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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 25, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Superintendent And Member Smallpox. WarningSmallpox Tavern Operator Pecan Growers Hit Jack Pot;



Bond Trustees Resign at Meetingrge canes have been Held In
reported In Union and Clay ShootingOf

Countlrs. All persona w h u Prices Reach 25 Year Peak

B Flynn superintendent have not had a nuee"" fulHmullpo
Junior SmithArchie -
e City Light & Water Plant Sen. Johns Elected !* vaclniitlon In the pant

M past two :years submitted President even' years are urged to do 1Oo0b00 Pounds Will Be Sold
Pro t
Resignation J effective! Novem- Tern I no at once. The Inoculationmay Kline, proprietor of the Masons to HonorM.
close of a calls!! Of State be administered by the In Starke Area Bringing
I, at the Senate I Night Owl. tavern, wall arrested W. Grand MasterAt .
:,ng 'o> the City 3ona Trus-I Health Department or by s> Tuesday afternoon following a Around $350,000
Tuesday night. Bond Tru i- State Senator Charley E. Johns I private physician.Dr. shooting affray of the previous Reception HereThe

Harry H. Houston tendered of Starke was elected president A. Y. Covlttfcton, night, In which Hogan Smith,
signation, effective at once, pro tern of the 1947 session of I Director Bradford Health Department. Jr., was ,seji UHly Injured. Tenth Masonic district will There's a distinct tinge of gold on the brown shells of

e came time. I the Florida Senate: at the annual Kune was not charged, pending honor the Moat Worshipful GrandMaster those pecans rolling to market these days in Starke and

e meeting of .th' three-man caucus held in Gainesville last Ii Information ,from the Alachua Frank A. Drown, of MI- vicinity, and it doesn't take much imagination to see it.

d bad been called for the pur- Saturday. He will succeed Sen.S. County Hospital as to !Smith' ami, with a receptMn(October at the USO With a bumper crop being harvested and prices the
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of considering a written re- DIHworth Clark of Montlcello,I Mrs. Osborne Named conditions. building. S. St.Monday John Is 28th.V. GrandMaster highest in 25 years, one experienced buyer stated yesterdaythat
Deputy
who
City Council Come was elected president of the A pollce. >nveHtlgfttlon; Was continuing -
from a ,
I a million pounds will be sold within an 18-mile radiusof
Senate at the Head of Drive of the district; which Includes
recommending further meeting. the week with differing
13 of north and Starke, bringing fortunate growers gross of $350,000
omies in the" operation of tha Nomination of Senator Johns For 1946 USO Funds versions of/'the affair offered, It lodges '
central Florida.Commltteemen. and placing definitely
Light & Water Plant, was made by Sen. A. L. Wilson la statedj.,, ."through hearsay." pecans
lther Flynn! nor Houston of Quincy and both elections were I Announcement of the appoint- Smith wt&1I ,.shot In the stomachby in charge of arrangements in the class of biff-time cash
bullet fired for the event are McClane NamedTo crops for the first time in
any statement setting forth unanimous. Senator Johns nominated ment of Mrs. T. H. Osborne as a from a, .45 re
ons for their act>11. Senator Clark. volver. |V| T. B. Harding George Kopelousos, many years.

official action was taken by Senator Johns will\ complete 'his chairman of the 1946 USO fund ; The shootlag which took placeat J. D. Odom. N. N. Prevatt andC. Tuesday's auction at the
drive In Bradford County was the tavern Is believed to have E. Hernwall. Succeed Dyer
Bond Trustees, on the Council tenth year in the State Legislature ; Starke Farmers Market saw
Inittee's r e c o mmendatlons. during\ the 1947 session. He made this week by S. Kendrick I occurred between 10 and 11 p. m. The program will feature addresser 37,000 pounds of nuts sold for an

lit la stated that a, reply will has served one term in the Houseof Guernsey of Jacksonville state Kuhn left. the scene before the by M. W. Brown. L. F, The Board of County Commissioners average of 36o per pound- lo
ubmltted to the Council at Its Representatives arrival of. county authorities, but Chapman, and ,Past Grand MasterW. higher than the paid at
and Is average
com- campaign chairman, with the approval S. Taylor. The welcome to this week announced the
regular meeting. Tuesday, pleting his fourth term as Sen- R'al- later Bentword.to the police re- employment of T. K. McClane Jr., the opening. sale here last week.
of L. F. Chapman of | garding hIs'(whereabouts. He distinguished guests will be ex-
5. All three members of the ator. Seedlings are selling at 32 3-4
Houston. :Hdwln Torode. ford, regional chairman. W, B. voluntarily ;Submitted to arrest tended by Mayor C. A. Darby, to succeed L. T. Dyer county cents- believed to be the highest
Senator Johns' brother farm when the tatter's -
the late agent, recent
ollowing4* with by A. J. Thomas.
Sewell will\ serve as campaign the afternoon. response
price ever paid for this
0. L.. Beasley-were present. variety.
Markley Johns, was elected presi- resignation become. effective
P. M. Barefoot will
treasurer.In Although there not serve as
was yet '
"economy" report from tha Sparked: by brisk demand, caused -
e dent of the Senate for the 1933 master of 'ceremonies. November 80.
Council was signed by D. A. making the announcement confirmation of what actually!;] by a nut crop shortage In
session but did not live to fulfill The occasion will begin with a Mr McClane previously served
deports
Rtelth, chairman J. M. Smith his term. Mi- Guernsey stated that the happened indicated that neighboring states, prices are at
the ,altercation was also markedby buffet supper at 7 p. m., followed the county In this capacity for
W M. Edwards. Secretary of War and the Secretary tha highest peak since the last
he Council will name a sue- I of Navy, heartily approved bottle throwing. by the reception of. the, honor five years being granted a leaveof post-war boom back In 1921. The
and Grand affleers. absence when he was called to
or to Houston at Its next No Football Game by President Truman, have asked guest Lodge average for all varieties Is lOc a
Power active duty in the armed force
ing. No announcement has I the USO to continue its services Fla. '& LightSupplies in 1040. After serving more than pound better than last year's prevailing
made as to who will succeed to enlisted personnel In armies of Ships At Green Cove price of 26c. Because of
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; 5 he released last December
'MailAway"Cards was
occupation those stationed in the years this factor sales from the first
n In the $2.500 a year super- For Fans TonightBradford Open to PublicIn ant since that time has
dent's Job. continental United States and to) Customers two auctions have already brought
those not yet released from vet- postcard(! Navy Day EventThe been employed aa extension soil growers 120,000 for 57.000 poundsof

Discussesuth High's hefty 1946 Tornado eran's hospitals. "Many thousands A "mail-away" plan, I conservationist with the Fla. Agriculture nuts, comparing favorably with
ion squad will unwanted of young bobs are being. called which makes It possible for every quiet haven on the St. Extension Service At the the 123,000 grossed from 1941's

Group Plans mid-season rest got tonight an due to a ,I' to active service" the state chair- one tii participate In boosting the St. Johns River, where ships of time of termination of his service total market sales I of 100,818

last-minute cancellation by Green I I I main said, "and the USO will continue state of Florida, was announcedthis the Navy's Inactive fleet:! come to In the armed forces he was a pounds.. .The average price In

discussion of Starke'a grow- Cove I 1 to render a tremendous service week by J. H.. DuPre, man rest, will open wide Its doors Sat Lieutenant Colonel and had sorv 194 was only 23c.
Springs Coach N. Carson
problem In juvenile delta- to these Immature sons of ager of the Florida Power & Light urday afternoon, October 26, In ed In the Pacific Theatre with Buyers estimated yesterday

cy featured the meeting Geiger announced yesterday."Misunderstanding I ours." Company In this area. i celebration of' Nation-wide Navy the 81st! (Wildcat) Dlvlsl(". that only, one third of tha crop.

jay of) Post) 06, American over terms In his speech marking the open- The "mail-away" cards are be- Day.Many Mr. Dyer who succeeded MeClane has been sold to date and auc
on. Correctional measures Int of a contract" was attributed by ing of the current USO drive ing distributed to the company's I folks) from Starke and as county agent, submitted tions at' the market here will

In other cities were con- Coach Geiger as the reason for President Truman said: "We must customers this month with the throughout Bradford County are his resignation to the Board of continue as long as volume Is

ed. A committee was ap- Clay High's action which left continue to provide neighborhood: request that they be mailed to expected to head toward Green County Commissioners In a Utter sufficient to attract buyers. It

ted to Inquire Into financinge football fans here all dressed up services and. neighborhood hospi- some one In the North. Additional Cove Springs Saturday for this 'dated September IT. He ha. was stated that sales through the

"Teen Town",organization and no place to go this Friday tality to our home folks still away supplies ,of the cards are avail- event. accepted a position> as Instructor auction might reach 200,000

lackaonvllle and various de- night. from home. Our people still en- able at the company's office, Although Navy'Day this year in the veterans' on-the-Jotf.farm pounds before the season's cloie.Mjiy.pradufl .

whereby a almilar youth's Spending most of Monday and gageo] in_the :unflnlahed,business' where they jwJJJUbe addressed sand! actually falls- on" October :27, the tralang) ,prpgr"mvan4fwUl.. bo. ....of.?., CAUTS,, sell,
p might be established here.' Tuesday' Jin a telephone booth of the*war need the USO. That Is mailed. PoerUgo will be paid by cerebration will take 'piace'on assigned. to Union County through other source

ans were made for the making overtures to practically why, at the urgent request of the power company on all cards Saturday starting at 1 P. M.. Sun At .the present time Mr. Me The quantities sold and > prices

on's forthcoming social pro- every school In this section of the General Eisenhower Admiral Nlm- written to out-of-state addresses, day being devoted to special memorial Clane and his family are residing paid for the leading varieties at

whereby dances and enter- state. Coach GeIger was unsuc- IU, Genera] Bradley and the service Mr. DuPre said., services honoring naval In Gainesville. They plan to move the auction Tuesday were:

ent will be offered the sec- cessful In his efforts to book a men and women themselves The ,plan for mailing of the personnel who gave their lives In to Starke early In December BtuarU., 3269 pounds-41 l-2c.

Tuesday of each month. Com battle for tonight. He will attempt I have personally asked the USO cards was undertaken In cooperation World War IL.I'ublie. Success, 1171 pounds-35 3-4c.

_5 appointments were made, to appease fans, however, to continue its work through with the state of Florida Invited Film Mexico Vandeman. 719 pounds-37c.
omplete arrangements for aRial by adding an extra game to the 1946." Advertising Commission's national Two ships, an LSM (Landing on Curtis, 6520 pounds-S3 3-4c.

Armistice dance to be schedule later in the season. Bradford County has 391 men advertising program.. Illustrations Ship Mechanized) and and LaM Shown at Rotary Money Maker, 6580' pounds

the Monday night, Novem- Lost to Bollen. In the service at the present time on the card were taken from (R) (rocket ship) will be brought l 370. '

11th. The county's veterans The Tornadoes lost a tough one and has 909 who have served and the national campaign and show alongside one of the piers for "Making a Democracy In Mexi- Randall, 2615 pounds-38c. a '

Legionnaires, their relatives last week when, after playing the been discharged. Most of these a/ typical Florida resort scent public> Inspection. co", a 20-mlnute technicolor Tesche, 3247 pounds--30 l-2o.

friends will be invited. favored Bolles Cadets on even men have at one time or another combined with a typical agricultural The ships will be open to guests sound film was shown at the Rotary Seedlings, 4673 pounds-32 3-4c.

embers agreed to extend an' terms, a blocked kick broke up been helped by the USO and scene. The caption on the who will be taken on conducted Club Wednesday by the Rev County Agent L. T. Dyer states
elevena card "This Is Florida' tours: and shown the various details ,W. J. Churchwell. chairman of that the auctions
Invitation to other posts oft the game and gave the Jax speak highly of its services. .. says: will be held
Six to hold a conventionthis hard-won 13-7 victory. : And So la This!" The State cam- of the process of preserving the club's International Service each Tuesday until the crop Is

paign consists of a >series of ships Committee sold, and all growers
winter. The local vet- Tha Tornadoes were clearly In New Air Mail Stamp are urgedto
s' group will be represented Bolles' league and had no cause magazine and newspaper advertisements In addition LCT's (Landing Prior, to the film Lucian Conner bring their pecans to market

lie Legion's mid-winter con- for dismay over their performance .Will Be Featured which is' being scheduled Craft Tanks) will make hourly reviewed an article from the early so that they may be weighed

ice at Winter Haven. during hard-fought battle Week in 86 national magazines and! trips: to carry guests on tours of current "Rotarlan" describing Ina before the sale starts at. 2:30p.

which saw the victors rendered During Special In newspapers., .throughout ,, the the river't.lew l the nesting arrangements humorous manner, some good m.. Oct. 29.

al ClassAfternoon scoreless in the first and fourth I The local post office Is JoinIng United States of the 359 ,ships and bad mannerisms of members
Writing
moored.
"We hope these cards will serve Eventually D31 ships will at meeting.Th .. *
7-7 tie Junior
quarters, and held to a wholeheartedly the observance Red Cross
be berthed at 11 piers now beingconstructed .
to Introduce Florid to
'I many Sta Ci b d th Lek
at the half. of Air Mall Week Oct. 27 a e re u an e e
at a cost or over 'IO- Sends
prospective I Floridians In other Xmas Boxes
kick In the third to Nov. 2, according to an an- City Club are engaged In an at-
,
i the second In''a series ofy The blocked tales" Mr DuPre said. "Our 000,000, the largest single Navy tendance contest the month
Post during To
occasioned whenMooney's nouncement yesterday by Children OverseasFive
period was pier construction job In the world.
classes In creative wrlt- company has always been interested
of
October November and December
This -
In Starke territory master Fred F. Stump.
deep Personnel gent to Green
punt Cove a
Woman's in bringing new business,
sponsored by the turbulent will be devoted to publi- and several members from of the county' schools
smothered by period
was year ago soon had the Inactivation -
members studied the typical White and cizing Uncle Sam's new 5c air mall new Industry and new residents/ Lake City were over to make up were this week the first to contribute -
forwards. timed to the
Bolles to Florida. Af an example of our program steady
traction short
of the popular their attendance at this to the
meeting Junior
the Red Crosscampaign
disrupt
Details of plotting and Brlnson charged through to rate, and Impressing upon of faith In the Btale's future growth tattoo of the ever-Increasing chipping for
and Hixon snagged public the many advantage hammers and Christmas boxes to
Ration were considered, and< the play our company now has a $24,000- paint scrapers be
for the and economical service Fastest HorsesOf sent to the underprivileged
the ball,in the end zone this Improved Man-made webs of plastic were
000
was a discussion of the expansion program underway. : children''' of Europe. The 'white
Ique winning touchdown. Bones failedIn Although new construction has pun over gun mouths. Entire Three CountiesTo
Involved In creating schools of Hellbronn
the try for the extra point.Gelger's "The Post Office Departmenthas been delayed by shortages of ships. from the trim streamlined Springs, New
suspense River
leaf from the book Compete Saturday and Hampton, and tile colored
the first to taken a attack-transports and destroyer
ie class, conducted by Wll- lads were critical materials the program la schools of
an of American business reducingthe escort. to the mall though Hampton and
second period rug-
the aspo..slble.
being speeded as rapidly
M. In up
Duncan made a surveythe score. Some fifteen of the county'ataat."t tana submitter! individual boxes
attack brought the ball air mall rate from 8 cents ." ged landing craft were fumigated '
various types of fiction aerial and simul- home competing In eight containing a variety of < Starke 40 to the Bolles 1." n cents an_on ounce and sealed to prevent rust and
az.nes from the and races Saturday In the fourth of Items which should brighten the
better .
offering corroHlon and all enclosed
to Hazen neounly
spacesdehumidified
day Friday) at 3:30: these 15, with Mooney tossing crossed the ,faster service," the postmaster Two Vacancies against Infiltrating the weekly equine events sponsored Yuletide of children abroad In-

will end with studies In and Edwards.off-tackle Mooney dash and I stated. "Uncle Sam haa borrowedthe Open In InCounty's moisture .. by the American Lfogl<>n. eluded pads and J pencils, hand-

development of the modern goal on an proven principle that by get- 109 Hhlp at Anchor The races, supervised by Frazier kerchiefs hair-ribbons, marbles,

I. Godwin converted. ended a ting more customers for a good On-the-Farhi Program Today, 169 completely tipped Shaw, aw spirited competition nls> buttons and small toys.

Before the half had product at a reduced coat the hips rest peacefully In the warm among the entries. of J. V. Edwards With the completion of the campaign -
the
nand Frolicomised pass play brought Bolles to Al- unit cost of delivery Is cut. But Clifford L. Currie Veteranl'Teacher un-klssed. environs of the,friendly "Red" Conner, Charles and November 1st some 200 Individual -

seven yard line from whence a lower price requires one thingto of Vocational Agriculture St. Johns, a tribute to the hard Jerry Lawson Vasco Forayth P, boxes will be provided
For All smash through announced this week that the school'children
by Bradford
scored on a and
len succeed-larger volume. work, long hours and unceasing D. Reddish and others.
Hallowe'en Party guard. Jaffe's kick tied It up. "Business men and prlvafj, Individuals county's On-the-Farm training effort of the men and officers of Prize money went to Edward.,, delivered to the ARC Hvadquar-
Starke was back on the offensive undoubtedly T-ar*. the program has three ,vacancies to the Florida Group. the Laweons and Forsyth. tens In Washington D. C. The

n and frolic for all ages are as the half ended, and it remained five-cent rate continued, ind a fill out the quota of 20 who will The basic principle of thl hugh Shaw reported that crowds attending packages will be shipped from

tAJre at the Hallowe'en party anybody's ball game until policy of self-interest suggests receive benefits for two years. reservation program is to bring the races are growing hero to England and the conttient. -
third,
t given in the USO building the blocked kick in the the that all of us promote air mail The farmers among local ex- the ships to a state of full com- larger each Saturday with several .
off for servicemen who qualify for the
ay night, October 31, bang Hlxon's score paying during this period when the new bat readiness as far as hull, hundred present last week.
at 6 p. m. Sponsored by Cadets. low rate la being tested" Mr. program are paid f 90 a month if machinery guns and equipmentare No admission charge is mad*. Holland Property
married '95 a month if single
Junior Woman's Club and the Tha Tornado's next encounter Is Stump commented.The while receiving Instruction from concerned. Thus all machinery Donations are used for prize On Kingsley Lake
at-Teacher Association with will be with Palatka. Came public 1 Is urged to show Its U kept Intact and coated with money.

a-'sistance of the Rotary Club. scheduled to be played on the apreclation of the new !% cent rate Currie on to farming Bradford.iEligibility method, most various film preservatives to prevent This Saturday's program, beginning Bought by J. H. Gills
1st. adaptable
carnival 1 promises' numerous larger school's grid November using air mall stampa on all rust and deterioration and 2:30: p. m. at the track
by of the applicants U
otions. during Air Mall Week. all equipment and stores not perIshable Just east of Call street promisesthe Purchase of the M. L. Holland
bingo game apple bobbins, NewsThe letters passed oat': by a f local committee kept aboard; In fact every- return of favorite Bradford property> on the north shore of
Girl Scout James Rater Further
House of Horrors, fortune tell- headed by thing needed by an active ship Is entries plus steeds owned by Lake Klncsley ha been announce -

the fish pond and many other Girl Scouts met Thursday New Sweet ShopThe detail can Vocational be learned instructor from. V. R.at left aboard though perfectly pre- horse fanciers of Lake Butler and e, by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. GUI, of

Atonal amusements are on the 10 at the Episcopal officers Ferguson erved. Green, Cove Springs. Norfolk, Virginia.
Oct. from
ram recently-opened Starke Bradford High School or The property consisting of two
and elected the followingl1 Land- Sweet Shop on Court street offer Currie at the Sauls apartments. lots and six houses, will serve
dl1ght! of the evening will be'rand coming year D. C. Jones To Head Head of Shrine
for the a variety of candles, soft McMahon street. for summer residence and. It l.
March, with prizes forEst I rum and Vivian McRae Brown troop drinks sweet and chocolate milk:, Mortician Group Pays Official Visit planned will become the pur-
ojtumea In three age leaders; Florence. the announcement of chaMrs' home
aisUtaat according to Get Pilot Licenses upon Mr. Gill's retirement
Pat\-No I to S, 5 to 10 and 10 scribe; Lucre .nC Rae. the owner, Mrs. Carrie Ingram. DeWitt C. Jones prominent Potentate Paul Tanner of Jacksonville from his service with

prizes will be given In scribe. wl, beelected Ice cream. mixed nuts and other Raymond Wlngat. Winslow funeral director of Starke and and members of the the Seaboard Air Line Railway.Mr. .

ttria.e Jroup.. one for boys and one The remaining officer 3"U: P confections will soon be avail Johnson ..'T. Pollard, and Francis lalnesvllle, was elected president Divan of the Morocco Temple andtJylr and Mrs. Gill returned to I

next Thursday at nter: able, it la stated. Lee GuJIllam- were awarded of the Florida Funeral Director ladles' were received at the Norfolk Sunday, after enjoying a. I
c
'"S Snack Bar will be open, m. In the Church Service o be Mrs. Ingram, lifelong resident private pilot licenses at Conway and Embalmers Association at the oman's Club at 7:30: p m. Wednesday weekend visit with her son, William ;
homemade sandwiches, All members are requestd of Bradford. was for years a Airpark this week. They completed rgunlzation's 52nd: annual con- on occasion of their official H. Graham. Jr.

<"urger, hot-dogs doughnuts present. teacher in the county's public their flying Instruction ention in St. Petersburg last visit to the Starke Shrine Mrs. Gill was formerly Miss

otee a.t a nominal charge. A _Florence Brow) achooU. under the C. I. Bill of Rights. week., Club. Lamlra Alvarez, a daughter of

"nch. supper will be served Lucile 1o1cRa' the late J. M. Alvare !
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. . with Mr. Hlllcrest attended church here AND NOTICE TO APPEAR -
River succeeding
a a a weekend at New I ,
STATE! OF 'h ,
FLORIDA tot ,
and evening.W. John C 'I .
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins. Sunday morning Penn whose residence and address day bb'ni, ,u 1916. ate
New River S. Sibley and Mrs. Delaney la 13 11 Hillside Avenue, Jamaica he lit IL
Miss Lubedla Pinholster was Rev. J. I.. I., New York. For "Irth 1. "I
visiting Unit
Dickinson were Att
Established 1871E. the guest of relatives in Jacksonville ,You are required to appear on For n"p, d 8on Y0'h,
Heights
Hy The School N Hayman In Orange November ,
11 1046, In the Congr..hnal
:. I. Mattliewe _?_________ Editor and Owner Saturday and Sunday. Sunday afternoon.IN BT"2..Court and cause, wherein above Florida. plrtndk '10
. . . Mrs Amy McCormick and her plaintiff seeks -divorce Bradford greeN ..r I h. '" the tea or I

e'I'abUIIb Weekly on Friday and Entered ft. Second ClaN Matterat Long Bridge Community Sun- husband of Jacksonville were ('01'(.RCI'.T", 'ry, FLOHIUAl COl'IlT. BRADFORD H CHAMKmhd. ; Order County in Telegraph next four shall weekly! publish Issuei.this COurt .., th.$InUe....< day School is progressing nicely. visiting Rev. and Mrs. Lawhorn Witness my hand and For .
the Poet Office,at Starke. Florida. Cru; Y. official thx StatrlalhedSCop"
Substitute teacher were elected Sunday afternoon. P. Haitjel.Uornadett Plalntlff v. seat at Mlarka, Florida, this October ot <<
Defendant. 9, 1948.OFFICIAL For On dfemhrloridt
A. .
Sunday afternoon. There were Mr. and Mrs. .Lewis demons Ca. No 610(. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ..... ;\ .. ofl j'H
08 present Our goal Is 100 within -' made a business trip to Miami ORDER 0.. PUBLICATIONAND Aa Clerk of said Court. Florid.. ,
NOTICE TO APPEAR T. Frank Landrum,. Starke. Fla. For Two (bunt
A Stolen Revolver. a few weeks. last week. STATE' OS FLORIDA' tat Hernn- Atty. for Pit. 10.H 4t li.i Districts 1'\\o and l raesll"'
ldr... la For 'l'Wl' ,
Rev. Truby Parrlsh filled his delte A. Hamel. who a< 3Ionlb..
W. Markey
Mr. and Mrs T.
regular appointment at New River lOa-A Weep St.. Liberty Home, NOTICE OK ELECTION Board or I""bUl lnor tlo
Mark Twain once remarked that everybody talks'about and John William: Green were In North Charleston. South Carolina. Ta die HaprUr of Bradford CoaTntr In trlch One and Thh. 11
Baptist Church Sunday morning Starke afternoon.Theressa. You are required to appear on .f ..e Mat*. .( Florida Teltirnon y Whor"
the weather but nobody .does anything about it. Mr. and Mrs. Mac McCormick of Monday November 4th, l.46. In the abovlnam..d Be It Known That I, R. ... dray treat unto let In Ytnentaty
If he were alive today he might say the same thing Jacksonville Court and. cause whereinpralntirf Secretary of State of the State of at era
pent Saturday night . 8 I a I nettles divorce. Bradford Florida, do hereby give notice T&lIl1hl&.I.5theglbl
about the problem of juvenile delinquency.Local and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. County Telegraph .hall publlhh this .. that first dll Y ..,

aspects of the problem were recently high- Russell Green and children. They Ord Witness r In next my handsand official will- be OBNDRAZ.held In ELECTION Bradford (SEAL) D ,t ic 4
County '
lighted by the arrest of three children, aged 8, 10, 'and attended church Sunday.Mr. Of Neal October.at Starke.1945.OFFICIAL. .Florida,_ this 2nd State of Florid., on Tuesday next To Bradford Hon. County:A, r. And<
and Mrs. Jay Moody and Eva Mae Tries ,.
14. Stolen articles included a bicycle an antique duel- Dy ( SEAL) A. Thomas.
family spent Sunday at Crystal . 8 I . Aa Clerk of said Court.
ling pistol, and a .32 automatic revolver. By Lucille C. Conner, D, C. -
River with Dr C. F. Turner. John J Henderson, Esq. St. AuguiAtt'jr. EARN While YOu
Discussion of the matter by civic leaders and of- Many from our community attended Mr. and Mrs. Dampier and son, % LEARN to

ficials has pointed up the need for various remedies, the firemen's party at Blllle, of Starke were visiting Mr. r'Plf.. JO-4 4t 10-28 '

including the appointment of an attendance officer for Camp Blandlng last Wednesdaynight. and Mrs J. D. Griffis Sunday. -
BRADFORD
RILL
IN CIRCUIT COURT
On The
the public schools, and a program designed to provide They had a nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Packhamand the oiiiwrr, FLORIDA m: CHAIN; G. I. f RI
Mrs. Jay Moody and Mrs. Fron- baby of Gainesville spent CERY.
children activities which will divert them from criminal weekend herewith relatives. Jew.'l Irene Osmlnt, Plaintiff v..
nle Moody were In Jacksonville Augustine Valentine Oimlnt. Defendant.
interests.An Monday.Mr. Mrs. D. L. Haley was visitingat Cane No. SI 06.

unsigned letter to the Telegraph this week and Mrs. Jay Moody spent the home of Mrs. Pete Rivers AND ORDER NOTICE OF. PUBLICATION TO APPEAR New PIPER

pffered both a clearcut statement of the problem, and Wednesday in Tampa with Mr. In Keystone ''Heights' last Mon .. CUBS

suggestions for a solution: and Mrs. Ancll Alchedalk. day.. dress 'la' Waylyn, South Carolina
The letter states Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews Mr. and Mrs.1 Herbert Cloverset- You are required to appear on being used,,
: ,
November 4th, In the above
lilts
tie Debris,
and little daughter,
and children
had with Mr
What are we, the citizens of Starke, !going to do to supper I named Court and cause, wherein in the
of Starke visited his mother, Mrs.
and Mrs. C. A. Roberts of Lake plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford program ,
aid an immediate halt of petty crime and other mischievous! Butler Wednesday.Mr. Hattie Jones, here Sunday. County Telegraph. shall publish Issues.this ,hr5,

endeavor, which unfortunately occur every day? They and Mrs. J. O. Morelandand Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Eiland of' Witness my hand weekly and official Certified Ground School :

can be prevented but only with our all-out direction sod.eslstanme. daughter. Joan, of Jackson- Hampton attended Sunday School eat at Starke. Florida, this 2nd Class Instruct! ,
.
of October, 1948.OFFICIAL Given by Certified Ground
ville spent Sunday with Mr. and and Church here Sunday.S. ( SEAL) A. J. Thorns, School Instructor
E. Trlest and Ernest Trlest Aa Clerk of said Court. Certified'Flight
Mrs. O. W. Andrews and other Instructor
On eeveral occasions In the past few months, our By Lucille C. Conner, D C.
relatives.A were In Starke Saturday on busi John J. Henderson, Esq. St. Augustine Federal Approved Primary
policemen have been forced to place In Jail some small boys, Fla. Ground and FHrit t
few friends and relatives
not even "teen ager" yet. This make a very bad mark ness.S Atty. for Plf J surprised Mrs. M. F. Wiggins last 1-c Don Nell of St. Petersburg ,
on Our community but yet nothing Is done In the way-of his mother, -
was visiting
Thursday night on her
birthday
IW! ctmevrr COURT BRADFORD
prevention. These) boys, and others, could be sent to a anniversary. Covered dishes ,of Mrs.. Fred Mason and family last COUNTY; VLOKIDAI CHAN. For Information please phone Conzray at

reform school to grow up with that black memory for a Tunaflsh salad, chicken and rice, weekend. CKRY.. or Libby at 32
Lombardo
A. Jr., Plaintiff.
background.. that necewiaryf: with Coca-Colaa, were served In Miss Eva Mae Trlest attendedthe Raphael. ".. Josephine A. Lombardo, De--

Much of the blame. ('an be handed to the parents In the dining room. singing convention at Pine fendant. Cane No. 5108
Rev. and Grove Baptist Church with Mr. i ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVI
Mrs. D.
A. Greek
the home but a large amount of It can rent on the shouldersof NOTICE TO APPEAR
preached in Starke Sunday' mornIng and Mrs. M J..Eiland of Hampton I' STATE OF FLORIDA tot Josephine P. O. Box 303 Start
the citizen whole. cities and small
an a Large even
and were guests of Mr. and Sunday afternoon. A. Lombnrdo whoae real
comm Dltt..... as our own, have taken step. to curb juvenile Mrs. Dickinson and dence and address la 1113 65th
Mrs. S. L. Crews that afternoon.He Delaney Street, Brooklyn New York.
delinquency so. why can't wet attended Sunday School while lion, Earl, attended the funeral of I You are required to appear on

In reading the Jacksonville papers, no doubt you hate Mrs. Greek'afayed with her user Mrs. Maggie Neil, at Santa Fe November 4. 1(46, in the above
I named Court and wherein
cause
noticed the work being done by the "Teen Town" there. t Mm. Crews. Cemetery Thursday afternoon.Mr. plaintiff seek divorce and care, EXTRA TASTY BREADI! "
In this lies our solution. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Johns attended .' 'and Mrs1. Henry GIrton of custody and control of minor child.
Bradford County Telegraph hall
the birthday dinner of St. Petersburg spent the weekend this
publish Order In next four
Although< we, have our Church Center, It Inn't large Leon Renfroe at his home Sun. here with their son, Cleveland weekly Issues.
enough to provide adequate! recreational facilities for sports, Witness my hand and official
day.Mr. Neal.Mrs. Heal at Starke. Florida this October -
dancing and even organized plays and parties. This "Tern and Mrs. J. .C Wynn of ., James Swindell *. 1948OFFICIAL : tit I1S

Town" could elect Its own officers and regular 'member.hlp Hampton spent Sunday afternoon ed the BTU Social In entertain-I Aa( Clerk of HEAL*eald Court.A. J. Thomas,

cards be tsmied to anyone Joining. By making their with Mr. and :Mrs. Roan Turner.Mr. Saturday night. San dwlches, fly Lucille C. Connor, D. C. 'rr- isFr

own rul ti and regulations they would acquire self-Interest and Mrs. Robert Ward and cookies, hot chocolate and coffee, I Wm."ld r. D Jacksonville Morgan, ,6th Fla.Floor Clark 1

In their work and .take pride to show their parents that children of Starke spent Sunday were served. Everyone reporteda Atty. for Plf. 10-4 4t 10-25
with Mr. and Mrs. nice time.
E. A.
Sapp.
too have the
to
they<< ability make good.
: Mr, and Mrs. Carl Thomas Mr. and Mrs Fred Mason, Inez IV: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
Now comes the polrt of financing. The people of spent the weekend at DemoryHill. Neal, Wilbur Nell and Thomas COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN.;

Starke have never failed yet to secure funds., for any worthwhile Mr. and Mrs. Fronnle Trlest were shopping in Jacksonville CKIIY.Oertrmle. F. Penn Plaintiff, vn.

cause. What could be more Important than the lives Moody kept their children. They Saturday. r7C.. Penn Defendant. Case No.

of our future citizens<< T A drive, sponsored by a church organization brought back some nice fish. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Willis of 5117.ORDER. OF PUBLICATION

American Legion or Boy Scout should do the Wayne Hazen of Jacksonville -

trick along with a general discussion among ourselves and spent Sunday and Monday with

strewed even more at all civic meetings.! After a:fund his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. IN THE SOUTHEAST
O. W Andrews.Mr. .
mark had been reached and organization of "Teen Town" and Mrs. Charlie Cowen of More people drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than ny other. I,
..
had tho elected treasurer. .
begun could
handle the remainIng .
Gainesville spent the weekend It must be...
amount minus expenses and monthly meraberxhlp; fees with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns / BECAUSE IT'S FULL-STRE'NGTH-this active: &

of a few cents, could add to this for purposes needed by the and children. 'fi,4t Yeast goes right to work. No waiting-no a

club. S. L. Crew. and son, Bobby,
stepsl And Fleischmann's fresh Yeast
.Let' act NOW and not wait until jour child may were visiting. in Alachua Sunday. help m
fall a victim to Juvenile Delinquency. Some of the folks of our com bread that tastes sweeter, is lighter, finer-tartu

munity are busy gathering peas, every time.
A CITIZEN squash and other fall produce.M. IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-be

Mayor C. A. Darby last week stated, "Juvenile Delinquency L. Johns enjoyed a picnicat get Fleischmann's active fresh Ye

t ., aft} .now being .experienced In Starke, is a Fannin Springs all day on Fri with the familiar yellow label Dipt

problem which .I d ply regret. Jail is not the proper day with about 33 other conservation able-America'& time-tested ra

place for children. I have read the unsigned letter sent officers. ICS ftt'tE for more than 70 yean.

to the Telegraph, and suggest that the proposals con Mr; and Mrs. Sam Trowel and

tained therein be given serious consideration son, Kasper, of Dundee were
by the
AtEAuw
visiting Mr and Mrs. Jay Moody EERwe. edNHospitality
citizens
of this
community. and children Monday and Tues .-eM setaArwlate..9.
Si; G. Denmark commander of Post 56, the American day. ..,

Legion, said that the idea of a "Teen Town" or a, aw.a.MAa..a r. ..6eM.e.

comparable organization would I be discussed by the .r. I
veterans .. -. .... .'. ..",...." "0 Y .
group. "The Legion is keenly' interested in BrookerBy

cooperating in aH measures or programs which will

help solve this problem. It is a challenge to the town, Mr*. T. W. Markey
and something must be done." i. .

One factor in juvenile delinquency, it is reported,,
is the failure of children to attend school. Mrs. T. II. New Those from here attending the

Osborne, public school supervisor said that the county'teachers 9 Pine Grove River Baptist were T.Association B. Plnholater.at

make every effort to encourgae full-time at Miss LubeJIa Pinholster Russell

tendance, but that a sizeable number is frequently Green, the Rev. and Mm. Law-

absent. horn, Mrs. Ressle Carlton, Mr.

Approximately a year ago the city's, Rotary Club and Mrs. J. H. Thomas Mrs. C. A.

was represented by a committee which appeared before Crosby Mrs. Rosa Plnholater,

the School Board to suggest employment of a county Howard Mott. the Rev. and, Mrs.

attendance officer.Appointment Coleman Padgett. Mrs. T. W. % in hands

of such an official, it is believed, Mrs.Markey Grace Mrs Barry.Eldon, Hardy and : g your
would effectively curb
truancy, and maintain enforce Mrs. Lewis Clemons and
ment of the state law which forbids a child's failure to were visiting Mr. and daughter Mrs. t

attend school without just cause. Tom Edwards at Worthington

Members of the Board, it was reported, expressed Springs Sunday afternoon.'

.r interest in the proposal but further consideration of the Linda Gale Green Is on the sick .4 .

matter was postponed. list this week and Is slowly Im

While only a small percentage of' the county's truants proving.Mrs. i
I'' become Eldon Hardy and Miss
involved with the police, the suggested ap
pointment, in the view of the committee, would be a Ivamae Gainesville Lewis were shopping In
.
definite step toward the control of Monday.Mr.
delinquency. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch and 1 i g II
Although further action by officials or civic groups ''Ion, Gene, of Starke were" visitIng \
-
has yet to be made, sentiments of the week suggested I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown -
that Starke and ''Bradford.County citizens realize that ,last Friday night. '.1

the problem has become acute, and will shortly take Mrs. Ellis! of Worthlngton .

measures to correct it. Springs was the guest of Mra.

Arthur Edwards Sunday night .
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green and

When Your Tires Are Slick Time to Recap! 'children.. Mr. and Mrs. BUI Plum-
mer and
daughter Pat. were In
i N RECAPPING Lawtey and Stark. Sunday after
y AND VULCANIZING noon.'

/ ALL SIZE TIRES Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen of
Starke were here Sunday visiting
q AND TUBES
i datives. They were accompanied
here by Stanley and Annette
21-HOUR
SERVICE Green wbo'thad spent the week-
BEST MATERIALS end with them.
Serve
GRADE "A" RUBBER Mrs. Leslie Green. Mrs. R.

,, 1- -' Green and Mrs. T. W. Markey
i. Workmanship Guaranteed made a business trip to Starke

PHONE 79 Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards

t and son. Gene were Sunday

STARKE TIRE SERVICE Hinton guests of in Waldo.Mr. and Mra. W. H.

V I Mrs. Alice Oliver of St Augustine at home

Adjoining Temple Garage Temple Ave. .la spending some time here OTTlia UHOCI AUTHOIITT Of TNt COCA-COIA COa'ANf I'
with Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hazen. ,J
Mra Rosa Plnholater CO.I" .
spent the
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s Wallace Mrs. J. R.by Kite Mrs.Mrs.J. C. I Mrs. Hayes' parents Mr. and Mrs At The Tabernacle tohvr t. II4OHKICIAL.( II. A".rr.ei
J. E. A. Stafford. I ( HEAL A. J. Thomas I
Farm M. Hembree, Mrs. M. E. I A.. Clerk .
Griner. of KHIII Court. ,
ie Mrs. Martin Griner Mrs. I Mrs Reese Bradley and son.., I An appreciative congregationwas If (.hRrl..., U. It....., 204-OH ttentty i : where I
lirjan WhUfleklY Fowler, Mrs. James Henry Clinton and Jack Wayne of Jacksonville Rlrtir:, Jacksonville, Florida.Atty. : : From sit ... // Joe Marsh
Parker. Mrs. I present at the Youth MeetIng 10-4 4t IOU ,
e 555 e H. M. Rlcharde, Mrs. J. Q. Cald- until were here from Tuesday !' Saturday evening to hear and w-- -
well and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield. Saturday as guests of Mr. IN! CHIC!'IT .COTHT. lm'l>F p.\RTY and Mrs J. H. Hundley! and of see the fine leadership of the pro ('01'"""I'y. ....olun.'. ix CIIA U '

thiterated, his third Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McDowell Mr.\ and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. gram by the 'twins, Lola and Allan t'1<:11'William". Plaintiff' v.... OrtfaaMerhx On Playing

t a party given by hisUr returned to their home In Tampa Little Miss Linda Johns o f Joyce Thomas, vrl>6 conducted the William, Defendant. "a.a '

and Mrs. W N. Sunday after having been the Starke spent the past week-end service with a rffceet seriousness No. ORDER M18. OF" 'Pmt.lCATlOJf:- the Fiddle Bat"

nday afternoon Octo- guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Gri with her cousins. Jane and HrnrRIcharde. touching to alL ,Two guests of AND NOTICE TO APPKAK:
decorations the dde k.to the STATIC OK FLORIDA ta: OdoasMepha
Elaborate ner for several days. Mrll. evening < Interest
McDowell \V IIIlaml .
< whoa address la
:A favorite recreation townwith than
veritable of the our nothing more *
into a program. Dr. John Mo-
Ir home came Thursday from Jacksonville Sunday visitors of % Murho, Home I, Hox 101. lake
Mr. and
Attractive Hallowe'en where she Mrs Nelll always welcomed by the Arthur Loulnlnna. Is getting together in one or asold songs and a glass of suuuerat.other's *
nad
attended J. O.
Randall were Mr. and Mr. You are reiiulred to on
ether with pumpkinsowerH the Presbyterian Synod while Mr. J. O. Randall Jr., and childrenJohn young people played selectionson November II, 194:H, In appear the above home and making movie. beer or cider.

proclaimed the JacDowell came Friday from 3rd and Joan .if Jackson-, the English Concertina and plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.ra.ua., Bradford wherein There's somebody at the piano; a From where I sit! it's a heap

me. From the chan- Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Griner and vllle.COMMUMTY. led the group In several chorusesof CiMinty Telegraph shall publish guitar; a fiddle player and Molly more important to be.poor fiddle

suspended balloons of their visitors spent Saturday afternoon' I his own composition. Rev. Syd this.Order In next four weekly is.sues. Birtle. even has a harp! player, than"1J0t to play at all. I

and from those In them In Melrose CLCBLVNCIIKON : L. Reese of the Dlnsmore Baptist Witness my hand and official'. seal What out Isn't the best More important to be a part of the
I comes
Church a short talk the at Starke this Ith day ofOctober
gave
black and orange Mr. and Mrs. J. E. on ; .h: I.orlda. American with its
Chambers life of Moses. The. NLEA music In the whole world. In :fact scene- community -
The met
reached to the tabla spent! the past weekend with annual luncheon of the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas music, home
entertainment
Mr. 8 lot of it I downright bad. But
'and
Monday evening after rou- A* Clerk of said Court. ;
of colored
compotes and Mrs. Earl Chambers in Live Community Club was held in the tine business was disposed of Dr.McNeil John J. Henderaon, Em]., St. Augustine nobody even thinks to question or :friendly glass of beer-than to
d tall white taper, In Oak. Club Dining Room Tuesday! October Fla.Atty. < hold out'for professional >rfee-
balanced tha tftn- brought a message on the for Pit. 10-U 4t lt-1 to criticise. >p
lders cake Friends of Harold Tyus are glad 15.: Places for twenty were essentials! in '''the life of a Chris OTlC1O tfon. (Besides I lib to play the

the) traditional decorated: In to know that he has made ;steady laid on the beautifully appointed tian. TO ALL, WHOM-W IT MAYOONCEHN: Became the spirit of harmony AJJle. -oven badly I)
< '
artistically recuperation following his tonsil- You are Hereby notified tit file there-harmony between folks who
and topped withcandll'a. table which was coveted with a Friday at 7:30: P. M. there will any and all claims airalnat th tKntate
yellow at like each other's who tJlfA.
ectomy Lake en-
Shore company
..A
Hospital ;
be musical o( J. F. ColI.yd..I..
I a at the Tab-
When Billy Iin white linen cloth and center program
Lake City Wednesday of last with theounty: Jtidre within Joy the'simple, homey atmosphere!
ernacle. .
Dr. lU
McN will featurethe
ung guests were serv- week. with an arrangement of coral 1 > Eight calendar months from the
with slices of his i playing of the favorite hymnsof first publication of this notice, said
u am dlrtln\ room the holi- During the past week-end Lt. vine and feathery fern. Mixed the church and will render his claim claim duly will be sworn barred. to, or by else matute.i your. I, Copyrtekt,1946, United :JI*tej Urtwer foundation

further raptured by Commander O. J. Beavers who flowers added color and charm tithe own.musical. .compositions at the i Thla the Ilh day of Ootnber I94S.R ,

as just ,candle light frnm Is stationed at Green Cove Club Room where guests organ and piano. He will also 10-11 4t J. 11.1, Cullry AdmlnUtrolor. .: \

ternS, In keeping with Springs, was the guest of Mr assembled. At the meeting immediately give a speclaf",.,talfc about,, music. 0
tfl ,
and Mrs. W. CIHCl'IT cotter RII'nronnCol'wt'y.
motif was the table N. North. following the luncheon Saturday at. ,7:30: P. M. the I KI.OUII>.\| IX CHAN.
matching napkins Mr. and Mrs. Jack Freeman committee chairmen Youth for Christ rally will be,,1 I 'KHY.Ionnr Pressure
Cookers
its gave sum
returned from <1ci Tlitnlle, Plaintiff, v*. 9ularta '
allowe'en design. Prior Miami, Oklahoma! maries of their year's work and held when Dr. McNeill will haveas Ultivnnnlnit llimlle: Oefendanl I
eshment hour there was where they visited Mrs. Freeman's In an impressive ceremony, the his subject "Reaching the Caws No. KM9.I .

g gift opening and there mother, Mrs: Letha Allen, for two installation of officers for the Youth with the Truth". Featured I I I ANn OltlHCH NOTJ OF('!': pnHLICATIOV TO APPEAR Rq9'
weeks. Their trip was occasionedby the will be the ,1 TATE OF FIX1HIDA tot Hclacla'
In which Barbara coming year was effected. To on program splendid
est '' Spanky McLendon won the" Illness of Mrs. Allen and Mme J. G. Godwin past President testimonies of the young peo' address IM unknown.I Metal t 1 Wastebaskets

zes.. Additimialbrys. friends are gratified to learn that and to Mrs. P. D. Fancher, ple. I(November are required, to .appear on .
she has matte excellent II 1948. In the annve
who were Invited were << progress 1046-47 President, corsages of; Sunday at 11:00 A. M. Dr. Mc- named Court and cause, wherein

of Starke, Larry Fowe following a major operation. rosebuds were presented by Mrs. Neill will speak on the subject: County plaintiff Telegraph.seeks divorce.shall publish Ilradfnrd thisOrder i CAKE SETSCANNISTER '

Butler Harold Tyus Following a week's stay! with L. F. Chapman as tokens of the "Isolation and Insulation". At, In next four weekly l.nueVltnv .
relatives In Tallahassee Mrs. R. I .... mv: hand and off loin I '
nd Andrea Parker. Mar- appreciation of the Club. the evangelistic service Sunday seal at Htarke Ct SETS -
Carter returned Florida, thla Oc.tober -
the
to home of
3rd.. Nancy Bates, night Dr. McNelll's subject will Iff 1945.OFFICIAL .
her son-in-law and daughter. Mm. IIKIDGK CLl'lt MEETING: ( SEAL> A..I. Theme, I IJif"
be : miles around
ldwcll, Jane and Henry : 75.000 the roundworld" BREAD BOXES
Harold Godwin. Bill and and Mrs. H. K. Tyus Saturday. Giant marigold were predominant l''T.An Frnnk Clerk Landrum.of said Court Starke. Fla. f:

E. E. Carter of Blountstown was among the flowers used by Atlv. for rif 10-11 4t 11-1 ) "
l and Mary Rivers Dr. McNeill has traveled in All White With Teach Desdgnte'
also the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. G. Godwin in decoratini
The hosts were assistUp"Nos.Headach.f- known country In the
Tyus Sunday. her home when she entertainedthe every
world. Ills experiences will be I ISYOURLIVEK.CRYING
Together with Rev. and Mrs. State Farm Bridge Club .
worth hearing,' his preaching .
W. G. Smedley and several Thursday afternoon of last week.
ri ,II" laymen worth believing, FOR'HELP --
Whit -
of the Lake Butler Christian At this meeting Mrs. Bryan worth -'
'D$ Church, Mrs. P. S. Crews attended field won high prize, a candy following. .
:Mra. J. C. Wallace second because of constipation or faulty digestion LIMITED SUPPLY ALSO
.... the district meeting of the Jar; !* mtci'iT COURT nnAiiKottii ? If you feel bilious, sour,
,, COI FI.OIUUAl IN I:II A-S-
Florida Christian Missionary Society high a baking dish holding jarsof NTY. bloated with gas headachy blue,
ImluriM III".11.**" COLD,laiun PIIPAIMIONesidi *UWIBL at Riverside Christian condiments and Mrs. J. R. Kite Hubert'IIRY.I. RlBibf. Plaintiff vm. grouchy you may be putting too bin 90-Lb. Black, Red and Green RoofingALSO
vase. To Mrs. Hrttln. Lee Kl.>bee, Uefondnnt. a burden on your liver. Retained undigested -
L 'Church in Jacksonville last Wed "bingo", a unique
directed food
oily 01 Case No SODA.ORDER becomes putrefactive
I nesday. P. I). Fancher whose birthday co Oil' PUnUCATION causes toxins which overload the 65, 45. 55 Lb.

I I Miss Roberta Whitfield of inclded with the party date Mrs. AND NOTICE' TO AI'PtiJAU ..' liver, keeping it from working prop- A FEW TIN ROOFING SIlINGI.ESFARMER'S
STATE OF FLORIDA toH.ttl. erly.Then Is the time to relieve
FSCW Tallahassee spent the past Godwin presented lingerie. At the Lea KlBHliv. who.. ronlilanc and tired liver by letting Calotabs help your
URANCEKUS weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bryan end of the stipulated three progressions address. N. I.C.HOT LlbortX J $tr.el. Durham nature sweep the putrefactive and

Whltfleld. a salad course and You ar. requlr.d to appear on partially digested matter from your SUPPLY
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Turney cookies were served with coffee. Noymbrr 4. 11148. In the above stomach and Intestines. Nothing acts
named. Court and cause, wherein old Calotabs. Use as di-
and little daughter, Mary Carol plaintiff noelK. divorce Tlradfird rected.1Oo and 35e at your druggists .-.
who attended the
those
vt of Jacksonville were visitors of concert Among given by the U. p. Navy Order County In Telegraph next l four hall weekly publish I.......Ihl.1. MIKE MAItUCA, OWNER
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney Sat- Witness my hand and I Take CALOTABS
In Gainesville October 1'
Band
Florida, thin
seal
urda Y "fa"t and !Sunday: at Htarke. "- .
were Delbert Crews Leslie Brad ---.-- -
T Mr. and Mrs.: Clifford Hayes of
ley and Misses Melba Strlngfel-
Bushnell came Sunday to visit
1 low, Virginia Engram and June

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EXPERTSERVICE LAWTEY 'c, T.. ,, .. .. ..

Hy The School I Is dwaM-r. rrra--aNlee (freed-a l.a-a.teraS ,
lle; t1 e e e e .. a7LQ.
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\\IRNIIEIta GERMANY .' I ,:f!1 i .4a3 4'r \ :':;;?;.lTiBrels :f. "l"T.J, .. JO""., .,. .:..'.;...J:
Friends of William Coleman .:1

Phillips son of Mr. and Mrs. O J. .4. rii ) t ,' ,

Insurance ep.er Phillips of Lawtey will be interested .
"
: : to know that he Is stationed -


ley E, Johns Germany at working present in Wlenberg,; the Army. I: III .r : :no piacjIike ..,

post office. He was employed at '
I Agency .
,
the Blandlng post office .
Chas C. Camp ', ,
STARKE FLA. before enlisting In the Army Air c.

Force. His present address Is: .. 1 ',: HOIt6r.; "
ShepherdAt i
Pfo William C. Phillips. APO ., -
1
.....,..... I Gay's Service Station 633, 18th BPO, N. Y., N. Y. r.- 2 : !
"
I THE!TRAVELERS. Hartford Dr. Turner of Jacksonville was : '

t the guest speaker at the Baptist ,-,.-..... ::101'; r : r.vicfi. :
: ;
:
Church last Sunday.
Miss Elithe Collins of the school .'. '0''M.'f..' .. IS: H i .
ti 4 dF r-'" d j11'1
,
faculty spent the weekend at her '
Can Use More Pulpwood '" .J '
home In Gainesville. ) ? 44 f 4 lltJ.

Mrs. Allle Wadsworth and Mrs ;ynTar de .k ii i laid hesll l ''
J0p- WRITE TIMBER DEPT. Mary Robinson of Longwood who .. : g .YtJ.ur: tt "Genuine

have been spending the summer in
gainer Corp'n. of America. Fernandina. Fla. In
Pennsylvania stopped Lawtey

I last Friday for a short visit with l U1 1r Ford

Mrs. A. W. Ayers. Mrs Ayers 7 .


B; Alvarez & Son I and accompanied her spent home Saturday there.them to and Longwood Sundayat partsIVd' -

No one else can give Ford the kind of
1 Mrs. W. E. Torode and Mrs. your ervee>

i J. W. Andrews of Starke, Mr. and 1Ite4Ie I it gees from Ford mechonlct. W* know your Ford

ransfer & Storage Co. Mrs. O. W. Roberts and Mrs betted W. know how to repair It better. W. hove
and granddaughter, / I
Effle Mary Miner Ann Well, of Lawtey. GH" .:.... took that do the Job better. And our Genuine Ford

Phone 179 spent last. Sunday In St. George. ms's I t t.Jcrvv-U--- Port are made better, fit better, and work better

II Ga., with Lonnie Roberts and family I 1"S +'''' Drive in today for a free) check-up.

Fold-trained mechanics" .
We operate local and long Cecil R. Whitehead has openeda ?

[ing and Anywhere in filling station at the store that

St distance was formerly occupied by John- Specialized Ford equipment"Factoryapproved

Is the State of Florida. ny'a Grocer and Is ready to serve 'ei.

the public.

Careful MovingUNDERSTANDING Lawtey was well represented at "'.
Fast
the Bradford-Belles football gameIn repair methods"ANDREWS ,
Starke last Friday night.

= Don and ROBS, twin scons of Mr.

and Mra C. McSwaln who have

been spending some time with ..,
/ try I their grandmother In Fort Pierce ..
to: economy of management make up I 1 I returned to their home here last

a primary quality of our Service which I I.Thursday.

rti stated to the affairs and needs of r revs O B. North was In Galnes-

hereorement, Il11e Monday on bu lnes' .
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Our local funeral home enabjes us tooffer !to arm laden andballmu phlegm, and.., tender aid nature In-; .

convenience and services not amed : membnuiestTeU F
Of17ru.se; your druggist to sell yott _
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Hostess P-TA Members Hear I Miss Edmondson I Mrs. Simmons Hostess ed dish luncheon '1e"'t"'
SOCIETY Mrs. Vining
I get the "ue'da
and CLUBSWeek Ladies manSe ,
I Honoring Visitors School SupervisorThat Weds Mr. YoungerIn To Auxiliary new minister ? "'allinell tor'>
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Home Ceremony An unusually interesting meet- A
Hallowe'en
Mrs. Bette Green of Dublin, Ga., education of the child lethe moot
of PrayerTo Young Methodists house guest of Mr. and Mrs. L.' product of home, community I I Dignity and simplicity marked Presbyterian ing of tho Ladles Church Auxiliary waa held of the at I out by the hoStess vane In .
and Mrs. J. W. Mc and school environment was the Ed- ments and ***
Be Observed Elect Officers D. Vining I I the marriage of Miss Patsy the home of Mrs J. L. Simmons decoration
Neer of Tampa house guest of theme of Mrs. T, H, Osborne'stalk. mondson, daughter of Mrs W. E. on :West Madison Street Tues-
The Week of Prayer and Sell Miss Oleeta Green was elected Mrs. M. F. Brown, were honoreesat "Implications: of( Edmondnon of Starke and the late litre A '
evening.
day ot
Denial, Oct. 25-31. will bo observed president of the Methodist Young a delightful bridge party to the Starke ,P-TA IEducatlon"I(!Mr. Edmondson, and Earl Younger I was the grult'tuL Carom' !'
O. E.
by the Methodist WSCS In People's Sunday School Class at Thursday afternoon of last week day at the USO son of Mr. and Mrs Frank Mrs. Stansbury v ice of her mothe, rlay attehlo
public meetings to be held in the the annual election of officers when Mrs. Vining entertained at ing the fact that. Uie child la of Sanford, at the home president, presided, and Mrs. May' Mrs. s It Bro.

church building: Wednesday and held Sunday, Oct. 20. Other officers her home from 3:30: until 6 o'- gaining knowledge' "some form I Younger of the bride's mother, Tuesday Dickens opened the meeting with lee, and Mrs MMr. BrolY11lee.

Thursday, Oct. 30 and 31, at 3:30P. : I elected at this time were: clock during the time spent, outside afternoon, October 15 at 4 o'clock. prayer. The subject chosen by I and! Mrs P E.

M. Mrs. Arthur Wood, Spiritual Billy Smith, vice president; Mildred Yellow chrysanthemums, artistically of school, she. pointed out the need Judge E. K. Perryman performed I Mrs. K. G. Duncan, program last Monday and l Tuesday CanOVa Ipt,
Life leader of the Society, and for outside supervision. In line chairman, waa "India". In Amb- onvllIe. lit lit
J.>!in!ron, accretary; Ona arranged in bowls and the ceremony in the presence of
others wUl take part in the pro- Demorost treasurer; Ondina Bar- vases, were placed at vantage with these principles the P-TA Is the immediate families. 1 ala, Punjab, India, the natives will'

grams. The public J Is invited to celo Ciiurchwell) social chairman; points in the living room, dining sponsoring community recreation roomS of the Edmondson'I soon celebrate the COth anniversary ;' oojii'LWETOBACCOEs": UXE
The their 60-bed :
participate.Miss Janet Anderson, worship chair- room and sun porch in decorating,projects planned especially for enhanced with a pro- of hospital
.1 home were
man; Sharon Hall publicity chair- for this lovely affair. school-age boys and girls. Mrs. which they have planned to en-
Emma Mays Kelly of fusion of white chrysanthemums
member of
Each the Auxiliary
made chairman large. -
Johns
Madison will arrive this weekend man; and Peggy Dale and Billie Following three progressions of Ruby was white roses and fern. In the I CANDIES
ten cents to
of this ,Mrs. W. help
committee gave carry
Jean Pollock, membership chair bridge, Mrs. D. A. Monteith waa altar PEANUTS
for a several days' visit with Mr. living room an r Improvised of the h
Sewell, chairman 'e4 the B'I out 'the. slogan and Mr. Guy Sale. men. presented with a deck ot cards was formed with a background COLD
tee Publications .: "A' dime from two, DRINKS
on Congress
The class la. glad to welcomefive as her reward for ''reaching high ? White china chrysanthemums,
0&
India's
lined to the group the variedtopics : million Americans to build CRACKERSat
new members Peggy Dale, score. As gifts of remembrance
and fern.
porn poms, American "
modern
of interest monthly most hospital.
I Green Green and from the hostess given
Jimmy Harry a "guest" apron the bride selected
In the National Parent-Teacher, .For her marriage
Mrs. conducted the
Stansbury
James White-who'were promoted waa presented to Mrs. Green anda fall
Magazine which would aid in the, a becoming early costume quiz on Alaska, and .Mrs. J. R.
from the Intermediate Class, deck of cards to Mrs McNeer Starke
:1. establishment of projects recom- suit of grey wool gabardine.Her Kite was appointed president of Sweet Shop
and Alvin Lewis, who recently A delicious salad course was accessorieswere
served In the late afternoon mended by the National Congress hat and other the Auxiliary.
moved to Starke from Keystone to shade and OPPOSITE
la a harmonizing contTl1l'.rsc
of Parents and Teachers.Mrs.
Heights. the honorees and! the sixteen play I of whitebride' I It was decided to have a cover-
I Mrs T. H: Osborne will teach ers who were invited to.be with L. H.. Jenningsand. members she wore a corsage
and tube roses.
the class for another year. the hostess and honored guests., of the Hospitality .commit( roses
'
Helena Rubinstein'snew tee vrved sandwiches...and drinks For the informal reception following New Blue &. Khaki NewWool
during the social hour. At this, the ceremony the bride'stable
face powder. Mrs. Long HostessAt Jeanette PriestCelebrates time new members were welcom-I was covered with a hand-

I Its Lovely Parties BirthdayMrs. ed and introduced.. I(I some lace cloth, centered with an DUNGAREESSize Skirls
Carpenter and Miss Marian arrangement of white pom poms
Honoring Mrs. Bette Green of Clyde G. Priest was host.,Brown assisted by entertaining and fern. The three-tiered wed-

9 Dublin, Ga., Mrs. T. T. Long and ess Thursday night of last weekat the children present. At each ding cake was placed In the cen- 28.40.2.25 ea All Sizes 1.50 ea

I Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs were joint a delightful Hallowe'en partyin I(meeting In the future there will ter of the floral arrangement. Red ..
hostesses at the home of the for- celebration of the sixteenth be someone present care for roses, floating in a low bowl, -
(
U.2tWS mer Thursday night of last week birthday anniversary of her I young children and it is hoped formed the centerpiece on the

when they entertained at dinner daughter, Jeanette.Seasonal I that more mothers will be able buffet, and on each aide were New Work Shirts Blouses

I and bridge. decorations were usedon to attend. small vases of white pom poms. -
Colorful autumn leaves and yel- the porch of the Priest home| The November meeting of the Marigolds were also placed in at-
I low and bronze chrysanthemumswere where the young guests were P-TA will be Father's Night. tractive arrangements about the Navy 1.25 ea. All Sizes. 95c ea,

I used in decorating the roomsof served a buffet supper. :'Jamn I I Mrs. L. A. Canova, chairman of .dining Loom.After ..
the home for this delightful and contests and a fortune telling the committee on Music, will be I spending some time with '-

I occasion. tent were entertainment features I in charge of the program> and. ,their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Younger New Shipment New Ladies
Following the three-course dinner during the evening. dinner will be served. left for a motor trip to pointsof
several progressions of About 2$ of her young friends interest in tho southern states,
Men's Shorts
I I bridge were enjoyed at the con- enjoyed this event with the hon Merton Clark spe.n) Wednesday after which they will make their Leather Shoes

clusion of which Mrs. Green was oree. 'J t V in Jacksonville; home In Sanford, where Mr.
I presented with a'box ebf! note paperas Is auto All Sizes
Younger employed as an -> 5c. ea. 1.85 paire'
her reward for. making high I mobile mechanic s _
score. The hostess also presented .. r .. __
Mrs Younger ia a graduate of
s the honoree with a box of gift

wrapping the party.paper T. H.as Blade a memento of B .of x- : been Bradford years employed High in! the for School.office the .past and of several has the- New Sport Shirts for Boys 1.00Nick's l (

ley Ga., brother-in-law of Mrs.
WCM IWTIB..SO' sheer City Clerk in Starke. ._
Long was high for men and received -
and fine-textured, it a double deck of cards. Well, well We'll feel klnda leans They'll move to their Among the out of town guests

creates an alluring Those present with Mrs Green, lost-without a football game to- new home In Sanford, accompanied were Mrs. Earl Craps''and daughter -
allover finish. Clings Mrs. Long and Mrs. Biggs were by Patsy's mother, Mr.V.. S. Brenda, of Greenville, S. C.; HouseTWO
longer. And in such Mr. and Mrs. L. D.'Vlnlng. Mr. night* but last Friday's affair Edmondson Inil.lentally, Mrs. E. H. Reagan and lion, Phillip Bargain

glamorous ,shades! Ah and Mrs. K.. L. Matthews, and T. withuBolIes was good enough to Patsy's old job at.:.the City Hall of Jacksonville; and Mrs.

this plus the unforget- H. Slade. tide us .over a grldless week ia being efficiently filled by Dot Ammle Richardson of Miami. BLOCKS FROM BUS STATION

able Heaven-Sent Even If the Tornadoes did lose, White. Add shlney new assets
fragrance to surround Monday morning Mrs. Long wall :'twas- the type of game. where to the parking spaces along Call Birthday Party NORTH ON ROAD 13'PARKER

your face with an aura hostess at a delightfully Informal the loser rates almost as much Street: Roy Ward's long, black For
of new loveliness. Coca-Cola party at her home on glory as the victor and as one Oldsmobile Cleone Dowllng's Wayne KinneyWayne

Washington Street, honoring Mrs.J. Bolles player remarked. It was l lovely-lined Buick And Frank Shelton Kinney. two-

150"...,..... Hallowe'en. W McNeer motif of Tampa.carried The out ,the best and cleanest game he'd Landrum's new Lincolnspliyr: year-old son of Mrs. Carolyn Kin "
was and "Town and Country" Chrysler -
ever played in The dance ney was honored at a lovely 51"1 PENS
O lay H.l .....-.,1_ In decorations. afterward at the USO was all to Thelma Dinklns hoped to children's! party Friday afternoon, .
During the morning Mrs. Long, be off those crutches .
the good too, and those soon
among Oct. IS, by his aunt, Mrs. Shellie
Also assisted by Mrs. L. D. Vinlng, They'll. remove the cast this week
glimpsed were Seleta Sparks andMargaret
Hall at her home on East Tenth
served tempting refreshments toa ,. A lot of Inconvenience
Monteith, wearing; their can Street The' living room and porch,
Helena Rubenstein few Intimate friends of the hon- result from a little quick turn of
rat from Stetson ,
green caps
where the assembled
,
tiny guests c
oree who were present to enjoy the ankle, she .
says
WHITE FLAME the party with hef. The latter with Mnc McGrIff of were decorated with fall flowersIn ;;C
Gainesville Lyle and Dot An Hallowe'en colors.
\ and derson-he parking his Navy duds Hear A. .. Wall has gone all- The dining room table, overlaid ( t
and donning civilian clothes for out for life on the bounding main, oL--r

TOIVNCOLOGNE // an event the evening.' Gloria Buford and signing with the Maritime Serviceas cloth with, was a centered beautifully with handmade a birthday e OP FINE WATCHMAKING / \\
Walter King making an attractive 'a Storekeeper aboard a passenger -
cake, iced In pink and ,
couple And that reminds me ship His permanent green
is worth havingit Gloria will become a graduate address is 42 Hillman St., Clifton, and bearing the namo "Wayne"and

nurse In exercises at St. Vin N. J. The grapevine has It two tiny candles.

New Shipment is worthremembering cent's Hospital today that Mrs. Sternberg received a After playing many games, the TREASURER
'- hurried call to make a quick visit little gueits assembled around 21 Jewels
All Shades In 'hear 'tis s girl for the Bruner' to,the Ruth an" Jack Scanlan Wayne looking, on as he'opened 1 L S67.50

Helena Rubenstein Bakers of Keystone Heights -. household In Oakrldge, Tenn. his many pretty gifts. At this. sm
with pictures She's been named ,AEUen Louise Sounds interesting More details tic| Mrs. Hall, assisted by her

I NAIL LACQUERCARPENTER'S and ,was born on October 7--VW, soon Thrilled to report daughter, Sharon, and Miss .
Also among the new arrivals Hated that Harold and Maltha Wall and Frances Morgan,.served ice cream''I ,
In Sunday's Times-Union was lovely children: will Jmovl! back to andbirthday cake. Favors were

I that of a son, Glenn Thomas, born Starke some time after the firstof "false faces" and baskets filled

T. H. OsborneWRITE to MelvIn and Barbara Futch In the year Guess nhe ole I with assorted candies.

Jacksonville on October IS: town hasn't lust'; ita Appeal yet Those present to help Wayne

BOX 423 Hear Dooley Davis has been elected . And It gets a bit better every celebrate this happy occasion were'!
vice president of Kappa Delta time some one moves buck: .
OR CALL AT Brenda Brown, Jimmie Howard,
Your
KEXALL
Store
PI, honorary fraternity in education .
IlOOt Ell BROS. STUDIO .So long See Douglas and Hal Seymour, RIckie y.
STARKE, FLA. I at Tally ,- She'll! take her you In the
I teaching internship at Andrew 'next v Williams Eric Freeman, Sandra

Jackson after the first of the Carolyn. Carmichael, and Franky Hutto.

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r'I t4 ; Leila's Louise .Cain. Hear are hack that K.in F.Miami and I

after dwelling a while In Thomas- 41f ,

ton, Ga.' That Florida. sand .

zKell ; dIN does the work doesn't It' .


Interesting correspondence from t .
interesting people: H. N. Fairbanks 1 AMBASSADOR
(Coral Cables): "Hearty 21 Jewel

OUR PA1TEKN DEPARTMENT:: congratulations to Noon the : 62.50
Legion, tlfe Telegraph, and the j V'
City on General \Walnwrljrht t

Day. Only Starke has the spirit!
e for such a genuine whole-neart than itsleaning : r

gesture" ,,,-From' John Brokesch lire Cjem JCllIety"re
Now 'we have a complete stock '
( (Brooklyn. N. Y.) : ( 41 rather ,

of smart new McCall patterns., miss a steak than my little /Starlit III ,<"
and column" .
paper your
Easier faster sewing and better From Elizabeth (Kendrick) Gib- e7&BuLOVA

''fit are yours with McCall fash- son (Goldaboro, N. C.) I "I have That well-groomed, "' / e,

ions. Come in and look at the thoroughly enjoyed the Telegraph well-aulted look- '
the past year. Seems like a visit
lovely designs in the new McCall home every time I receive it" :- depends on metic- f1c"it'k

From Billee Ross (Ai'g'inta, ulous cleaning. We x
catalogue.
Ga.): "Surely thought about give your suits fas-
Starke during the hurricane. The
wind got so rough hue that I*. tidious treatment ;

broke the plate glass windows removing- all dirt and

Exclusive McCall Features: where I work" From Sylvia 'odor preserving both 21 jewels
Grey (nom-de-plum): "I am a
Safeguard of a margin writer of some repute and am press. We are at 'your

here from the West Coast for an tl service always. die'ingaisbed ea.+

Double Printed l Cutting Line extended time while working: on r 'Bulov W. brin. Witches.you 10 nee The these"ExcellenCY G ra'Pe

a novel which will have a local place ,In
brit
l again chat Bulo. bold
I Sewing instructions'printedright background. I am visiting your prove
PHONE 133 and ItUSU1'
t on the pattern pieces. fair city incognito, and for professional ROUT. timekeeping dependability
reasons rio not wish to 315
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Central Dry Goods have known"my.Identity, or my presence GREEN Owner, 9l tu j/, ;!4I lf! )If! TempleAve. GEM JEWELR

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f Earl and Pauy Younger are expected :-
to roll In today from their
STARKE FLA. .
j wedding trip which Included several 109 E. CALL ST. STARKE, .1.\
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l1 TS of LOCAL NEWSH Capt. and Mrs. J A. Scanlan. Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight 11''nd Mrs J. H. Rltcli of I I IJackHOnvllle Mrs 'S. I* Peek, Miss Frances i Mary Sue Kpparson spent the
r and daughter Kathleen, and Mrs. spent Thursday of last week in spent the weekendat Peek, S. L. and Darby Peek were weekend in Jacksonville with her
O. L. Haynes left today for Lakeland Jacksonville their Lake home. I
Kingsley !
I Sunday guests of Mr. and grandparents' Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
and | Mr. and Mrs. to spend a few days with Frank Feriara of Miami was Mrs. S. R. Johns. Sr., and Mrs. > Mrll.j IRicharde.
I Lucian Cornea DeWItt C. Jones In
Mrs.
H A. O. Arendc-ll.
returned Monday will leave Saturday for Miami I a visitor in Starke Monday.A. Maurice Edwards spent Monday I!
ynn. where Mr. and Mrs. .\. D. Kllabury J. Thomas, president, and In Jacksonville.
Conn., Mr.
Conner
Darien win attend the I I
'me n two weeks' visit National Chamber of Commerce of Montgomery Ala., enroute to I Lucian Conner secretary of the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young and

,ng rents.a ],[1', and MM.uim. Convention. Miss Evelyn New- Miami, were guests Sunday of Mr. Starke: Chamber of Commerce attended small daughter, Connie, of Jacksonville Have You Yet Seen
and Mrs. I A. Davis a Central"Florida C of C
*. of
some will be were Sunday guests
In
the local C of C
Cressler, whoy office during the absence of tho Major and Mrs. H. C. Wall and breakfast at the Thomas Hotel In Mr. and Mrs. P. E.'Canova The Great Painting
of Ann by Infantile secretary children of St. Augustine were Gainesville last Saturday.Mr. I Mrs. K. Q. Duncan and children -

stricken bo glad to know Pfc Olin White Jr. ruse r'tutn .d guests Wednesday of Major I ,. and 'Mrs. Oary Ennis and Margaret Rose and Kaspar. "The FEAST of BELSHAZZAR"On
lll I 1
Wall's W. L. Wall. Morgan, of
recovering at from duty In Japan and is enjoying father. son Gary Tampa spent Friday and Saturday In
rapidly For H.OHborne. spent the week e>ttf'' In. Starke. Jacksonville. Public
a visit at his homo here. wedding portraits see T. I Display for The
ere. local llbrar- He .expects to bo discharged See ad on page 4. Miss Martell Edmondson of Mrs C. F. Ward and Mrs. W.
H young on a vacationuth within the next month. Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman Miami spent several days here I J. Chandler will leave next Tuesday At The
esday Florida. While Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Bishopof spent Monday In Gainesville.Mrs. I this week with Mr. and Mrs. Lu- to attend the Synodical

will, visit her friends Hollis,' Long Island will arrive L. A. Davis and Mr C.C. cian Conner and other relatives. I meeting of the Presbyterian GOSPEL TABERNACLE
4 Mrs. Charles Allen Monday for a visit with Mr. and Smart spent Tuesday In Jackson Com and be fitted for your Church at Lake Alfred.
She will re- Mrs. E. L. Matthews ville. fall and winter SPIRELLA health Mrs. "'m. H. Thompson and
eke Park on November 1.I C. O. Priest and his daughter, Among those attending Home- garment comets, girdle, and also children of Lloyd are guests of ,...nnm.. ...,..maau,"'''''' mnmaamtnlmmn''''''''mmemm'' '''''",lntitnemmnnpwmummuluroouennntnltmmrlmauenmwnunuuonre; ,,. .''' '' ''' '' ''uoamin"un,, '''' !

,. L D. Haines, Mrs.I Miss Jeanette Priest spent Sunday coming in Gainesville last week surgical belts. Curcetlere, Mrs. Thom on'* parents, Mr, and
t hire T. B. Harding, I In Wmiaton with Mr. Priest's!end were: Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Mrs Frank Hoover Mm Fred Stump. .
,j KilHngsworth, ande mother, Mrs. Lula Priest. Davis, Judge and Mrs. E. K. Pvt. Ernie D. Patray son of Mrs. D. B. White has returnedto The
Thomas are attend- Mrs. J. R. Hardee, Mrs. L. G. I Perryman, Mr. and Mrs. ''Gary Mr. and Mrs. James W. Patrayof her home In Fernandina after ...
State Baptist Sunday Thompson end children, and Mrs. Ennis and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Starke, has arrived at the spending some time here with her

sing: Clinic In Miami James Steele and children, all of Graham European Army Air Forces Re-I mother, Mrs. C. I. Manassa.Mr. .
Fernandina were guests Sunday Miss Margaret Monteith, a student placement Depot and will soon be and Mrs. T. J. Griffin spent
Mrs. Carl Wynn were afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. at Stetson University In De- assigned to permanent duty with the weekend tn Bradenlon ai SMARTSHOPPE
:ors to Valdosta. Ga. I I Davis.Retire I Land spent the weekend here with the occupation forces in Germany.Mrs. guest of Mrs. Griffin's brother

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. T. T. Lofig'and; sons Dave, and slstt'r-In-Iaw.l Mr. and Mrs.
Monteith. returned today titer spending a J. E. Darby.

City Manager and Mrs. Charles few days In BacoMton. Ga., with For home portraits see T H.Osborne .
Larsen of Lakeland were weekend Mrs. W. T.
Mrs. Long's'mother, .
See .>! on page 4.
guests of Col. and Mrs. D. E. Jackson.

o Knight. Mrs. A. S. Crews of Jacksonville -I
Mrs. R. E. Mathews of Lake was In Starke on businessthe Birthday Party

land and Mrs Hoge Shlpp of first of the week. For Butch SmithButch .
Jacksonville were visiting their Mrs Bette Green has returnedto HAS MOVED
sister, Mrs. R. A Newsom, in her home In Dublin, Ga., after Smith, seven year old
Starke Tuesday. enjoying a visit here with Mr. son of Mr. and Mrs Junius M. .
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg of and Mrs. L. D. Vining. Smith wan the guest of honor TO ITS'NEW LOCATION: !
Daytona Beach were looking after Mr. and Mrs. Walter Timmer- Tuesday afternoon when his par-
YOUR property interests here Tuesday. man of Stockton, Ga, were week ents entertained at their home on
e WAGON Mr and Mrs. Harley F. Strong end guests of Mrs: Tlmmerman's Madison Avenue in celebration of 120 EAST CALL. ST. \
I BICYCLERepair Jr. and Mrs W. W. White, all brother and sister-in-law Mr. and hla birthday anniversary. The *i ,<
Re-paint \ of Atlanta will spend the weekend Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng. young folks were entertained on .. H. ,
TRICYCLE with Mr. and Mrs. Harley P. Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. the lawn. .

STROLLER II Strong at Kingsley Lake. W. Kincaid left Wednesday for Hutch's two-tiered birthday cake f
Re-model BABY'CARRIAGE :Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto hadas Tampa to spend some time with. was' Iced In white and decoratedIn Just Received New Shipment
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. their parents Mr. and Mrs. A. C. pink roses and green leaves.
GIV0 US A TRIAL M. C. Wells Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Durden.: They were' accompaniedto Seven burning pink candles top-

Wells, W. H. Wells, E. A. Wells, Tampa by Mrs. J. W. McNeer ped th9 cake. After the young :
iggs & Baker Bicycle Store i Larry Htggenbotham, and Mike who' upent. a week here with her guest sang "Happy Birthday", LADIES GOWNSALSO :
Bowden, all of Jacksonville. sister, Mrs.'M. F."Brown. Butch blew out the candles and .
Misses Idalou and Marjorie cut hla cake.
125 West Call St. Starke Fla. '
GOSPEL TABERNACLE Davis, students ,at* the Florida Mrs. Smith assisted by her
STARKE.-Morning Worship 11 A. State College for Wtomen In Talla- daughter, Joan Carpenter and
M. Bible School 3 P. M. Evening hassee, spent the weekend herewith Marian Brown, Mrs. J. E. Wilson,

UY PECANS, Service, 7:45: P. M. Evangelistic their parents.,Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Earl Johnson, and Mrs R. Children's Pajamas
Brotherhood Monday 7:30: P. M. R. J. Davis. WhlK here they attended A. Weeks, served ice cream and

Bible Study, Tuesday 7:45: P. M. the home-coming"; *": _festivities cake to the guests. Chocolate
Children's Bible! Hour, Wednesday In Gainesville. candy bars were given as favors.
ny Variety --- Any Amount 3 P. M. Ladles Prayer Meeting Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Mrs. About 33 young people were "" ..
Thursday 3 P. M. Evangelistic A. E. McKinney spent Thursdayof present to enjoy the afternoon 'r .
Service, Friday 7:45 P. M. Inspirational last' week In Jacksonville.Mrs. with Butch.Recent .
Guaranteed Youth Meet\ Saturday S. D. Phillips and childrenof
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7:45: P. M. Communion every first Lawtey were guest Sundayof We Invite You To Inspect >. r f.:

Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Phillips' parents Mr. and Births .. ,
Highest Prices PaidSEE J. T. Quigley Sponsors. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. Our New Fall Merchandise '
ue Mr., and Mrs. Louie Waters -
Lawtey girl (Judith Carol), Oct. '
HIE BEFORE YOU SELL itl! 8th. At Our 'New, Enlarged Store .
'." .e. ,. ,_ ... : It. It'' .
hto
t r 'i Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Griffis,
beauticians ;
These experienced ..
PAUL RAYMOND) Starke, girl (Janje Rachel), Oct. ,. '

Always ready to serve you . 1 11th.Mr. -
and Mrs. J. M. Allen.
425 EAST SOUTH STREET I Starke, girl (Fay Alene), Oct. -

STARKE. -:- FLORIDA 18th.
Sarah Lawson The ...
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I: Rose Spires ; j GET THE "

I Faye Leshner ;, :;. ?''af SPEEDY SURE SMARTSHOPPE'

Every branch of ; 'RFlEFFORAC0WIk

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INSURANCECONSTANT SPECIAL tI,t ,
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Hot Oil Shampoo & Set -. \ 1.75 t

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LIABILITY .
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AGENCY FIRE

WALL LIFELASSIFIED Coal & Wood HEATERS Porch Rockers

Please Phone 146
UPRIGHT MODELS heavy


I 1.19.95.to. 24.95 Slat Oak Seat


These heaters are well con ) 9.95I1AIIY' ,
strutted and very economicalto

i operate.

R FAKM. CITY AND FOR SALE.. Look-WlMnlonarr Ilk. second.tra runners bcrryplant. .. 11jl1 ,
PROPEKTY By bed i"r thnimaFOR ALSO Itt.a 9r 2. Padded Ironing Boards
volt raliio. A H. Warren
box 60. near Purvis' '4th Tourist 10-4 .. \..1.1.if'.W./, Carriages
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Strong {' STRONG-WELL-PADDED
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SELLS URAL: BA1.B. -MlnBlonary ; .
our W II
strawberry phtnt"" $10 and
ESTATE '.. up
'"'.., H .''0"0'...Home... ,tae_.Karm.mi. over_. ley on Road 4*, deliver '11. l r 9 & 10 PC. Mahy. Dining Room Suits We Have Thayer Car-

'.r.r. tram mil ever tae PAo\Sl"T HA Y-125 Harris,I"n.lit 3. .n rallies\ The Lending
peen lUUn*. 0.Write.. 11 C 10 Ifl: tipFOR NOTICE MODEHNLY,DESIGNED Carriage
tT REALTYAGENCY
nt"'l Locally By BALI'condition.Markter- 41 pl'k.up Ir"'kI ttt,trIing TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
HOLLINGSWORTHSo. good, Rt. 2 .Jlox 87. Starke Fltp Pre-War Metal
Walnut St.' I 1 "'e have now In our organization another, "

REWARP-Llorht Ihx red. marked steer. "rop.und..r I longhorns factory-trained watchmaker and will bw able to :'i-'r Ice Refrigerators
rn8tur. an kind r no- wt 625 ,'r"poth..r ,
upholit.rtd and foYtE M <
sBrandneH.-r\ot .
'I. \ 0181'\1... on all repairing .
card. much quicker
a Ill) gee you '
.8 MATTRESS colt .. E'oStka. I'r.vatt _1 : r" ll" III 42.75 & 49.25
Fla UEo. IIALE--Oak. pine and tliun hall ,wen possible In the pant. ''M,.. 1(111 ;,' i
WOOD FOR, any l"noc'b.-LPonard ttuu While They're Available
.. lightwood :
Fla.
fir
all lines; iel.. Stark l
I, tlablltty, and life. Brittle, Uen. 10.5 tip Barnes tut well an Mr. Stronger< our ve.yt'.ttrp..tl'nt
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Jr Inmiranc n d / 1 ,
air' H, :lfht, Jr., 131 East tG acre.. n"'" frl1m.. clock expert Herman Martin, are avail- w Beautiful
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'no 1S4. tf Hstore hulldln,.. not ...al..d. 24a2 aiRh"w / = t
ThiN land rants on paved ovalahl.) 1101.10 l t<. give you complete service on all repairing.Genuine .
'I> 'U-room< land pecan furnlihcd"T and 14ar NaN, .200.LaLw'"Y Lllfhl", n.t to Fr." ......"< Table Top Cabinets
2 otrawb..rnlantl 'I / ) wlthJlAf"'ctaseS
'hrubb.ry, 3 bath farnl flood 4, material only, combined ,!.
Moore 'I.arUU ,
; ht.ke west of courts 1:5: ft. 2.ln well' lar< ; wanted.
lUy, DOE 365, ,,; :0 acres joints H. Jo' workmanship.11II' With Plenty
itp15NB 11.350. O'a.h. OlO'nar. I DWlnt. 1 of Drawer Space
FOR RENT 3-' 14E
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'hn. hell bucket with Int. 3.ro..m house F. ; A
''n,1'Pt 'Loom: excavating, FOR well KALJ-3.I..trlr: pump Hllehwn good JlrhinR 100. Harley StrongThe 9 Space Sal.'erPor
ruction of .truetI of Starke.
I 16 mt. south )rp'r" Your
Kitchen
'xrecdlnir' 2 ton: 100. Waiter WIlli" Finest Jewelry Store In Starke
;E ''ll..<-t, D. W. Pool., ..... F..... I'P _,.e__.r.-_ ..., I 'I 'I' r .." .,_______ r .,,
y 2" ova Spring, Be*
,, r"l.h.,1 apt. HEADQUARTERS
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RENT-t-room $"tt IT'S A FACT YOU
FOR hath.405 .-t' A. Brows 1811 CAN DO BETTER AT
+14YARY and with private f'henrt 'lot or :t Camp llUuidlng Jeweler
:. .n,., U l\f J. E. Temple Ave liP
... John H. Denmark Furniture '
.,., Weof Th r ahighway. 3_eedroomWA Co.
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lip MMM dell \\\y'
'nL1 '. >n Hampton .a-SKf! tip PHONE 151
Take 'a?. STA/KE. FLA.
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In R'
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tgnD UII: Law 0
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA -_. __--_. __ __._ FRIDtY. OtTOBEgde ..
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r Ivs. John BranIl Defendant. Cast eIiCnuntyTni I .
e where she will worth of Waldo spent bar 17, 1941)) No 6130. 'a' I \huh
e School on Friday night, Oct. 25,, for Jacksonville 8I3AW, A J. Thomas Order In II.'X' tt '
OFFICIAL r" iuAllq
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at 7:30: clock... A student pro visit relatives for several days, and Sunday with their All Clerk of said CourtT AND ORDER NOTICE OF PtlBLtCAIOM TO APPEAR II at Wltness!'Iarkr', '"0) gad'Ott, Iflr I lot,
Hampton gram will be rendered, afte/ and receive necessary eye treatment mother, Mr. Stella Johns Frank Landrum. Stark Fla. [STATE OF FLORID to .T"hBriLimvlI -I I '19 6. Fh h, ,p "the
which the ever-popular CakeWalk Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Atty for Pit, 10-18" li-5 '' whose renld'mn In unknown < (OFFICIAL ;
IJy Mm. M. C. Sweeney be held. for of Plant as guests this week Mr I 'I a Clerk ut ; \ ,
will Ilobbinp Mrs W. A Saxon, Jr. IN cintiir coinr. BRADFORD' You are required t. PPPKBT o n I By Luclll.iSnch o",
.. . 1 1 apples and fortune telling will be City spent Thursday and Friday father and sister of fOINI'l., FhOtilUAIY ClltMOii8 November. 18, 1946, In the abovinHiiiMtl > ) 'If''a ',.
and Flu
Com where
some of the attractions On ale I Mrs. J. H. Saxon, Ga. ('FII Y. cause n\I vllle I
Wll1rIEETIN'G: with her aunt ..l<- Ulckernon Bramtell, Plaintiff. plaintiff seeks divorce. _Bradford I Atty. for PIt Oil
In the cafeteria will be hot hamburgers and sister, Miss Mabel Greene. Frederick Wattewon ,. ..
The regular monthly meeting coffee and and Mrs. Archie Ellarf"
doughnuts. Mrs. McDavid of;
Mr. and ,
of the Women's Missionary Union The Hampton P-TA is ,soring day afternoon in 1 t
spoi Starke who recently purchased 1 1 I 1 I
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was held at the home of Mrs. this event which will be the third Guy's Market there moved last U J. Wynn was 'tten< I 1 1
J. W. Horne, Thursday October annual affair of this kind.
Lake in the business In Tampai Wouday.Mr.
week to Hampton
17 with five members present.
vacated Purvis and ,Mrs. Clyde T,
Mrs. Doris Hicks led the devotional Delegates to the Baptist SantaFe house recently by
and the topic for discussion District Association at Archeron Hazen and family. family were Sunday; guests!

was "World Investment of Friday last were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. H. B. Wiggins Mrs. George brother. Wilbert Hall.

Watterson C. C. Tidwell Williams and eon, Howell were poi
M. L.
Southern Baptists Mrs. J. T. I
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Guy closed the program with a and Russell Williams. visitors to Jacksonville on Friday. ] .. S7A /4-.11':.S.M.tIN:(:;:":.::
the social hour They were accompanied home by r .ki; nt,; n, vas
prayer. During Mrs. Gordon Weest returned GrahamBy U** *rr/f ***1 VJ
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Mra. Home assisted by her Wednesday of last week from Atlanta Mr. and Mra. L. A. Wiggins who ?rn.v; ww. a>'" ebopwd ***OllI Clln* cooked ,

daughter Betty, served ice cream Ga., where she visited her remained over Sunday.A. Mrs. John W w! tq ehoFzIdtoomat s6 om =

and cake. rather, S. H. Jones in the Lawson C. Griffin of Waycross. Ga.. .. . . j pp.L SS-S a
f lules4 i? NC
general Hospital. She was accompanied was a guest of his brother and : .t+ sBopD. ;/
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NEW: ARRIVAL
home .by her brother sister-in-law. Mr, and Mra. W. H. Mrs. Lizzie Surrency of laa pp waOpo 14
Mr. and Mrs. Olen L. Bedeiv Jimmy Jones of Clayton" Ga., and Griffin last Saturday and Sun- bas visiting her aunt Mra 1? musluood kM/* off flk PUf thm*Uttfc ' of Deland the
baugh announce arrival .
little nephew Harold Bleckley of Graves Saturday and ; eels
of a son on Saturday, October day.Mrs. I -.th.fp 04r..9.fberboypar
Atlanta who will spend several Charlie Hall returned home Mrs. Annie Ward was the + :Mv i +xfuro ks Ieo 1
19. Mrs Bedenbaugh lathe weeks with her. last week from a two month's of Mrs. Fred Johnson in l 6>!'; IWo qP ,
lo4.t6. fad ,
former Miss Elizabeth Elland I II / marea ) peal
Mr. and Mra. K. B. Wattersonand 1 visit In Tampa with relatives. Her last week. b anV
I I x om4 rno Q r+
of this The 1 ;I ao
city. grandparents poaor ly
Mr. and Mrs L. L. EeJen daughter, Mra. Margie Waadln Mr. and Mrs. Colen %. 3 j- as .. okra ar.r

of Elland the baby and Mr.Mr.and and Mrs Mrs.Leland L. D. baugh were visitors to Alachuaon I and little son of Jacksonville visit- Tampa were visitors .: -, ,rt.;;, sae.ci .l at of follSyrv ih, U ddM de sue
Sunday. ed her over the weekend. the home of his uncle and r
Bedenbaugh, drove to Deland on "** d
Monday for a brief vlHlt. Mrs Grace Beale of Jacksonville Friends here of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.\ Carl Jones o moil.dStlefo a0sly i jAgmgeou

spent: Sunday wit h her George Rapp of Bear City, Pa, Mrs R. Hines, Mrs. R. r 9i ao1 '' FfoddyMr t y
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EXTRA! EXTRA daughter, Joyce, and her parents, are receiving announcements of and Miss Selma Rivers were m3Z Ogg .ct 5 $.ad u. Tuubta t mp1auIAX
Hamptonltea are Invited to the, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Adklns. the recent birth of their second ping In Alachua Thursday for ifs U Publieb.d 910ao1 4
Hallowe'en Carnival' at the Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen and son, Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Rapp week. .n,,; w 5tf, .;yn+h4 :j B aya ap gSt70 r..

family of Ocala and Mrs. T. E. I and son, George Jr., were residents Miss Onle Mae Starling i! .:k..i tin r tit(, k..aw.Red Mill b.
10,
FLORIDA LIVRA TONE Duncan of Gainesville recently here during the war years, last Thursday and Friday l___ ;kSt 11op.r1d0. '

Visited Mr. and :Mrs L. A Wynn. while he was stationed at Camp ami.
Tarn pepupLAXATIVE Blanding. While here they had Mr. and Mrs. Hess of :
Mra. O. P. Wadsworth Is en-
Joying a two weeks' visit with an apartment at the home of Mr. I Lake were visiting Mr. and ;;;:::.. -teeW 11.:1:1 I ul '

THAT SJATUHCICW friends In Rome Ga. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn and made John McKinney Thursday /

Your tnt Now Miss Harvene Watterson spent many friends In the community. I noon of last week.

4.1 All Dry lime Saturday and Sunday in Jackson I Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Chason and Mrs. Manda Smith is the
ville with Miss Madge Gay. She family have moved to Green Cove of her brother and -

was accompanied home by Miss Springs, Where Mr. Chason is em- .Ir. and Mrs. Berry Dyal.

TailorMadeSEAT Gay who Is enjoying a week'a ployed at the Naval Base. Mr, and Mrs E, T.

vacation at the home of her parents Mrs. Claude L. May spent sev- : Sunday to visit Mr.

COVERS Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Gay. eral days last week in Jackson- I brother inV Moultrle Ga.

Among those attending the ville with her sister Mrs. Marlon expect to be gone two

football game at Gainesville Sat- Gnann. Mrs. C. B. Roberts will be SEER

1 urday were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. I I Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Brown had postmaster while Mrs. Brea .

Wynn. Miss Barbara Horne and'as weekend guests, their son, away. ,
Robert Barksdale. Emory of Gainesville who Is a Mr. and Mrs F. M. Griffin

Mrs. Anna Alexander of Jack- student at the U of F and Mrs. visiting relatives in "

sonville and Miami is the guest Brown's sister Mrs. D. W. Mooreof last Sunday. h AND MELLOW,

this week of Mr and Mrs. Lacy Starke. Miss Oracle Lee Durban

Wynn. Misses Ethel Mae and Betty Jacksonville spent the ( r FLAVORFUL

Miss Martha Home was the' Durling and Barbara Horne of with her grandmother
All Work Guaranteed I
guest of Miss Vivian McRae of Jacksonville spent the weekend at Fogg.

WARD SEAT Starke Thursday night of last their respective homes Capt. Jewett C. Fogg BEER!
week and attended the U. S. Navy H. V. Saxon of Pompano visited home last Saturday after ...

COVER'CO.. Band concert at Gainesville. here last week. ing his discharge from the 'r'' You'll be pleased ." and your friends will be pleased

GAY'S SERVICE: STATION E C. Morris of Valdosta. Ga., Van Douberly and friend, Mr. He had served in Japan 1 when you serve this delightful regional combination-
visited his family here on Thurs- O'Neil of Dundee were vember 945.: J'ft
visiting
murk:
Phone 10 C >> ft: Madison Stx.
r : ROYAL POINCIANA POMPANO and the Southeast'sfavorite
day of last week. friends here Monday. ::,:
a . a' Drink of JAX Beer. It's
Mrs. Ida Maxwell
left Tuesday Mary Kathryn and Jerry Wads- Friendship, golden a

---.---. .. ..... RisingBy grand meal a delectable combination, each flavor

enhancing'the rich goodness of the other.

MRS. EDDIE !\' And for the after-dinner leisure hours when mellow ''
Y SY iiX
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e s/y
refreshment in demand, ,serve sparkling JAX Beer, jltwi

Mrs. E. A. Addison and for JAX is equally fine when enjoyed by itslf... as well' fjirr !i!
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Every Floridian dren of Jacksonville spent .. 'or-an-accent-on,fine .dining.; Try.thJspuce, delicious
week with her
Mrs. S. R. Clark.parents* Mr.oetl'I beverage today '. 'a great regional''' ,beer, brewed

Mra. Maggie Norman particularly to please you.

her guests last' weekend her

rs aIl in-law and daughter, M-Sgt.

t' K Mrs. Cecil Thomas of
JAX
BREWING COMPANY. Jacksonville
A .L api nrrrt4 and Mrs. Laura Jackson and t I I
Id ert Norman of Jacksonville.Mr. .

and Mrs. Gordon

daughter, Carolyn were
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jones

P ? y1p Brooker Sunday. *

Mrs. Mary Grimsley and
of Jacksonville were


guests Mrs Mrs.S. Thurman of R. her Clark.parents Jones,, and Mr. MESSAGE OF INTEREST


returned to their home *v


after their parents spending, Mr several.-'and- weeks Mrs. ,to all who await deliveries..

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ward -
Norman '
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1 Don't forget services at the

i ) inth Baptist Church of new 'Chevrolets

Everyone Is Invlted'to' come. .- ... ..-
Mr. and Mrs. Edward V

were visiting Mr. and Mrs. w

Green of Brooker 'Sunday.
YIrA t.l
Is: CIRCUIT ['Ol'nT.. "
1 COUNTY CERY. FlOIIIUAl III (,' We want you to Icnow that everything possible, is being done/ fo

1 Frank E. Blnrkmun.
'A'i' Patricia Blackman. Defendant. schedule
No 6124, speed deliveries to you but production still lags tar behind
'
ORDER OF : '

8TATK AND NOTICE OF FLOIUOA TO APPJo to even' though Chevrolet has built more ears and. trucks than

riackman, who., re.I< .ne.
cSuirornlB. B2 B'"ille'' ., any other manufacturer from January through, September J946

ova You are required to
:NvSmbr 18> **49 'In the abova
ed Court and cause, wherein

\ in the @ tiff Telegraph aeefca( dlvorc shall publish. Bradford thla WE REALIZE how eagerly you are production of new Chevrolet*- veil longer' t
Join procfu
H.'i a woy you can ry, In neat four weekly:! twuea. delivery of the new Chevrolet fill the unprecedented demand for this

advertising program noW '. ,$ at Witness fl"1 ..my Florida hand and* 'thin () you have : ordered from us, and we want to of BIG-CAR QUALITY AT \LOWEST C M
great of e ti IB; I 4H. pass on to you the latest information received -and, for the ,, present at least, "there Jaren't
Stole "
e
the ondUc.dforidatooMradmor by ; SEAL) J.A.: J. from the around.. III i
i being < Aa Clerk of said Court. Chevrolet Motor Division, even enough Chevrolets to go
visitors.. SmVU"il'Vonn..r, D C. though that information '
t | s Mnrviin, Fifth at this too encouraging as we wish there.were. that
t time.
a. Clark BUlit to knoW
JackHVn.Tllle. want
rar.otion However we you
): both those .king iMS Att). for Plf. _\' 10-U < It is true that Chevrolet leads all other Chevrolets are leaving the plants in the Is
fins .
.. well a. t"os. seeking a .O('* .(.'!.IT ro" %' / manufacturers in total production ofpassenger numbers possible today. The evroletMO
it
F"MIIDA.
e .rman.nl Ii"ing.t CKKV. ": (' cars and trucks from January Division tells us it is doing everything .
( ploc. for p Jjllila Long Slpple, through September 1946
despite the fact in the face of continued PPlierSua.t
I> cards Howard Lawrence ,
.rol ,
; Drop in today. Mail, .." .*ant ('aee X... 11135.8lppl" that Chevrolet was out of production entirely material shortages and manpower a1tL'bafls'' ,
a OHD k'IC OF !
a. during the first
d..ign.d three
acquainlane.tf months of It tc us and to
These postcard. friend and ANfI NtVI1l'p 1'0 is also continued step up shipments distribu'
to your STATE OF FI..uRIDA true that Chevrolet has predetermined
Hondo moil to: to accordance with a
contribution i by W.'II gladly Howard L wrenv.. allotntn
further other stat. Hippie maintain its lead in total production of his air '
the In ruht..n". and address I.: It during plan assuring each dealer ae
6 Light Company to them, postage r. as long l Btwt.You are Harrington.required Delaware to .. is the still third quarter of 1946. And yet production based on 1941 passenger car sales. *Vn"cbe

of a"roctlng more directed to out of November. 19. 1 1948Itltheabove running far below desired levels, with turn; are doing our best to deliver
ed court and the result that
Ih are reuse wherein Chevrolet's of thrYi
program rapidly
output and
a. .y seeks dlvorc. Br dfo'i< trucks cars rolets to our customers as \
yarn
a""tion lo1 the .tot..ar. oddr.sss.for Telegraph Shall publish this through September 1946 was only received and in the fairest
stole In PO'51tyand
nest fur weekly lumen. 38.7% of the number
produced I
during the
are too appreciative of your
and
the asking. JL1t" Sf h.iya I 'I' l and
corresponding period of
?.tt4.OFFICUr.. Florlll till.' Outo 1941. will-too grateful for your patience :
( rhJrv.meain* It may take many months for less than coo
Today SEAL) A. J. standing to do anything abiJi
Cards ,
Mail Your Aa Clerk .nf.Ao.-. -. Motor Division to reach best ofKup our
peak
T.AU,Frank.. for nr Landrum..j Starke 10-11, < to serve you to the very

'v Ir "IIIt't IT ("'DIRT.
4 "Ol "rY. F.oRIPAI .. .'
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Oran""I.V.. Lltta' Jan.Le Brain Br'aur.,.... ). Meanwhile th. most. important cat of.U to you h th. eft
.
you r .....
Case No &IU driving .May we suggest that you keep It in top run-
tOIlUNY! ANT OHIHH OF ning condition until you secure delivery of your new Chevrolet by
NOTICE
TO bringing it to
UWGBT r KTATF. UF FLORIDA to: R. K "f.for skilled service now and it regular interval
tLQ\\\Dl\\\ '.lil" Jane Branurr.. who.. r... for 'a r7jU1v'l""ther Is hardest: on old car. Pleaa .ee ui
and .address I.: 10. lib .beck-uptoday. And, again than TOut
I La tI 1' ', O"la..a.e. __
"ILl Nor.mb.rs q 15id ..
1t in the
named Court and ... I
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plaintiff ....k. divorce.- (
County T..I..r.Ph chair TORODE CHEVROLET C
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Order ltl: neat tour lreekly, 1-.rf ]
VV- band and
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and Mrs. H. H. Lewis ,. -
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ne Mr.' and Mrs. H. M. McRae, Mr. J

L H. M. M Rae and Mrs. Robert'Myrjck, and Miss
Mr*
!. Shirley McRae attended church Church & School Guide

e .new S members S C C S were S S added S S Mrs.night.services T. at W.the Norman home of Saturday Mr. and i. Sunday J I




Pine Level Church by. bap- Mrs. W. C. Conner and Mr. and '- ,- .- -., ___._____-- _._._ _..u.u_..... .. .. --- .. ....
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and( Mrs. O. I*. Sapp of I Inn son. Kenny were visitors to Visiting PastorAt CHURCHES Womans Council
springs attendedhere Jacksonville Monday. ALL' IN BRADFORD COUNTY ARE INVITED TO PLACE THEIR

Sunday accompanied Mr. and Mrs., B. M. McRae and Lawtey Baptist ANNOUNCEMENTS AND NEWS ON THIS PAGE. HOWEVER TO INSURE Met Last WeekThe

Mathew Crosby of INSERTION ON THIS PAGE COPY MUST BE IN OUR OFFICE NOT
Sir uncle, sons( Benny and Lynn were vlslt- The Rev. E. T. Earnest former LATER

I City, and aunt,, Mrs. L. Inc Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs at pastor of New Hope THAN TUESDAY MORNING OF EACH WEEK. Woman's Council of the
Baptist ..
Den of Tampa. STrs. SnowLoved Lake City recently. Church, WauChula will conduct a. First Christian Church: met at the

meeting many of her H. C. Cook home of Mrs. Willie Johna Thursday
of Starke and services at the
son Lawtey
Baptist
SIV' afternoon Oct. ..17. at 3:30
She 18 visiting her Howard ,
nds. of Orlando
were dinner Church next '
Sunday. Oct. 27, at
Mrs. Alice Oliver, at pres- guests of Mr. and 11 o'clock., for the regular social
Mrs. W. C. a. m. and 7:30: p. m.
Conner meeting and a shower honoringMrs.
Sunday Rev. Earnest comes highly recOmmended ; I Thomas F. Colson.
iand Mrs. Barney Eggers of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis, Mrs. by the Orange Blossom VV

nellie and Mrs. Egger's W, C. Conner, Mrs. E. C. Lewis, Baptist Association 'as being a "V h Mrs. Louise Norman and Mrs.

r. Mr T,.. N. Norman ofonn and Mrs. Paul Faulkner attended good man, full of faith and spirit, V .5 0 V 7 V'I Reba Patton won prises In the

springs were visiting the birthday celebration of little and a strong Bible preactier. You 1 contests that were enjoyed andMrs.

H. M. McRae and Kenny Thomas at .V .fcf' : Colson received many useful
d Mrs. the home of are urged to attend these services : ,

d I Mrs. Robert Taylor 'Sun- 1 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop and bring a friend with you. V l... I Ce gifts.Refreshments

ternaon. I Thomas, at Brooker Thursday of A tasVct.4'Al of sandwiches;
I
land Mrs. J. T. Patton ofo last week. ala _ cookies, and punch were servedby
Methodist ChurchI I the hostess and her sister Mrs.
and daughter. Mrs. Alice I I An old-time hog killing day V '
: Clyde Colson. and Misses
ins of Ocala were visiting waa enjoyed at the home of Mr. I* Will Build My Church" Is V Evelyn

I and Mrs. L. A. Crosby the' "11I'"I1'; ,.".."".. ,..ItIII"'I''II''I'"n"' '' ''''' '' '' ''' '' ,,, ... Colson and Dorothy Johns.
Monday. "" .
I I subject announced for the IIIIIUIWIIUHIWIMIKUillHIUUIIUIIlA ,. ,, ',...,"".."." ... .'''''''... .. ''

crIJ' COVHT: BRADFORD A bountiful dinner was spread at morning service In the First V V

KlV. FLOIUUAl IN JliA the noon hour, "V.lt" Bible Story HourMore
prepared by Mrs.L. Methodist Church 'by} th... pastor, /L
&ulM A. Crosby and Mrs. 1 '. :" tt'4. 'i-t I I'.' .
W.b.ter Davis, FlaKiGurlln Robert the Rev. W. J. Churcrwell.: .1 0
... Franklin D.vt..,. .Jr.n Myrick. The afternoon was spent I At the .t .. VV ________ than 10 grownup\ and
& !. Can No. 5090. evelllngservIce a religious 4e' oi children were In attendance at
getting the
PUBLICATION meat ready for cold motion
DKR: Of picture: "My
the Bible Hour In the
'I Story
ID NOTICE TO APPEAR storage, making sausage and Power"! will be shown and a
ATE: OF FLORIDA to: Mr. Methodist recreation buildingTuesday
cooking out the lard.
Franklin. Davis. Jr., whosenec special musical feature will be a afternoon to hear and
and address In 25 Meeting We are sorry to hear of the 111- 1:quartette composed of S. E.
CharluKtun South Carolina. see a continuation of the Storyof
mi are required to appear on ness of William Guy Hall, son of i I I Ritch. J. W. Ritch, O.' S. New- Joseph. A beautiful film on

4, 1948. la the above Rev and Mrs. W. E. Hall and
bor comb and U F. Smith. The
court and cause, wherein I the bird life of Florida was also
-I Biff cockS divorce and custody wish him a speedy recovery. Junior Choir will also sing. Call To Christians EverywhereJoin shown at this time. Refresh'

nor child. Bradford County Friends of Mrs. R. M. Crosby The young people will meet at
ments of Dixie Doodles were
hall publish this Order .
ph will regret to learn I
that she Is 6:30
xl four weekly. leBuee. p. m., and Miss Oleta Green served to all children attending.
Vne.' my hand and official not doing well at the present will have charge of the program. "

J al Stark Florida, this Sep- time. She has been confined to Prayer Praise ..
1. J7 1946. and Service each in The Singing ConventionThe

FlCIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.I'her bed for almost a. year and I Wednesday evening at 7:30. Bring 1 I

,rk of "".Id Court. was carried back to the I Bible
.irk Lundrunv 81-arke, Fin. hospitalin your and Join In the studyof Bradford Singing\ Convention
10-t tt 10-25 Palatka last week. God's word.
for Plf. announces that It will not
,_ T V "Week of Prayer & Self Denial"October
_one* or 1lUCT10. th W CeuacUeaj *r .- ta Amending m ft. learlataturs ahaO at Ow tanfaulauva meet this month owning to a

HAS, Taa.f eslelatiara Ot .... ectleoa U and u a< ArUela, VIII ef. the Seealon ot. IMT and from ttane es w conflict with the date of the Live
an Cenetltutleaa .. .ISM, e* OM Conetuutloa af Eel State ef Florida ea Hanoi thereafter.enict te... .afenlfrlea -
f II riorlda. did paas I Joint aUee- Adopted at to* General KUetloa .5 November tha __ functioned .u.... ao4penaaUon Oak Convention.
propoolD8 amendniants IS the 1M4. laid Amendment to Provide of County Tax Collector 1 1natad delta The Live Oak Convention will
lotion of the lists o< Florida out lot the fto-Numberlng af Seclleaa In paragraph I .. thIs Section I" 25-31
.... sgrsed sa bl S. Wets 56filth. 11 and U ol Article VIII ef the Conatlfcrttaa and ehaU Ilkewiao. rovld.* for the eoblectlea be .held Sunday October 27th.

01 ail the enesteebeusi ef the State of Florida a* Adopted ). care auatody. reporting Bed die*V :1.tn ,'. .
_t. ths __ 'IS add al the General Beetloaea MovainherMM. biueement of aU tax** eellecteil by ta* I. I. I
5soluUoa were satsr.d spas and to Amend Section-H sad I i County Tax C.U_. .. r f' ...V....... NO DATES M NTioNEDExpel't.
tsip.ctiVS loumaJe, "W1th. ... yesi of Article VTO af ... Conrtltutlon of 1 S ., OC the. Information
lain thereon, and they did dater- the State of Florida, and to Provide that :. VS ,
a6 direct-that the said Joint ta the County af. Hlllaborauga. State 01 .oun 1OINT KEaOLtmOlf Ire). USA V : V Ptoase r radio program lost a set
tans be: submitted to the taetora Florida, the County Tax Aaaeeeor ahaUAaaeaa JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing aa :i'c. : o %
> lute at too General Election la.UCFOM. the Property ., Hie County: for' Amendment to Article XVI. of the Con.: : I. V : of ,Encyclopedia: Brltannlca in

the purpose of Levying Slats County atltutlon of the State af Florida. pAddIng answering the question, "Where
btrTB -.t o.. i. ORAT.r Schools! and Munldpainie In the County Thereto An Additional Section t*> V
,., of State ol the State! ol Florida. of Hllliborouga Except the City ef Plan Provide for the Appointment by a Con-, are dates first mentioned in the

.1., give notion thee-a City. Florida, which Shall be Exemp currant ReeoluUoa el the Sonata and ftlblet': /Their guess was "In the
GENERAL WLCT1bIIhi fresh the Previsions of this Amendment House at KepreafnUtlve* of a .OlrMtoa? ,
held In each eounty III Florida Taxes Levied by the Stats County of the .udet.n to Authorise the Laglalatur Garden of Eden." The fact Is dates

,dl7 next auIn' .... lint County School Board School Dlitrlcte: to Preacrlbe hla Power and ,Lo.IV At d All) Services are- not. mentioned In ',
ten the Bible
.1 In November A. D. .154.. thuTuN4a Special Tax School Dlrtrlcta and 'e Duties. Qualification and Term *4. Of '
beini .... Municipalise of the County: .Except Uw "'.. although they must have been 1
.IITH DAY 0. II'Ovm.mD. City of Plant City, Florida. 8& IT RKSOLVTO: BY TRW LEOIStA.
fthi"' ntlnaatlon or rejection ol the BB IT RCaOLVlCD BY TK5 LEOtSIATUH TURK OF THE STATE: or FLORIDA plentiful\ In'ancient Palestine and
|Joint' Ktaolutlona proposing Amend- OF TaX: STATI OF FLORIDA That the following Amendment to Ar a common article of food.
i to On Constitution .! the Stale That the following Amendment 01 tide XVI ol the Conatltutlon of the StatS At The Church of Your Choice
ridS vial Article Via of the Constitution .. the of Florida by adding J thereto an addUtlonal
SBaaaawaeJlATt State of Florida. relative to the Aanamenl eectlon to be know a* Section *4, 00 HYMNS TRACEDIra
t and Collection of ell taxaa In the be and the earn la hereby egresS to ana
JOINT l JOINT M3OLUTON: Proposing -- Re-Numbering Section 11 u adopteiaf State" ., Florida top ratification or rejection the
manl, ta the CmsUtuMoa of the the General Section ef 1M4 to .. to at the general election for Rapre.aentatlve. !) i This PeriOdCHURCH i Moody and Sankey evangelistic
of notlde, to be known aa Article make tt. read Section 1* of Article VIE to be .held la the ytar u'lIowa -. I During team once said that fifty,different
IlarUoaa 1 and S. a.tatlngConicildation. ef the Conatltutlom af the State ef Flor aa :
lit tJ'tc or Creal ida. andby Amending Section It 01 SECTION S4. 'I'll. Leglalatura" b gospel hymns had been Inspired -
\ Certain Catcall Offices.'and the Article VTA of the Constitution of The law provide for a Director ., the Budget, by a lovely six-word phrase
ef Florida, adopted at the Oenerar hall be by concurrentreiehiUonefttaa t in
buwitt and Collection ol Municipal State a who appointed a

f, OTCwmty' Tax OMMIaile. tn Onmale Election-in-Movember.. of-l_._. Senate .....a..... adBepreaentatlvefc ...,II"'"'''"''1tiimilm''r'' '' lI fl..,''"'". !,..,'"' '''"" '''''''''' '._''''''''' """' '''''''''''''" .....''_"''"' "."..._ from the Gospel of St. _Matthew.
Ely. for Bejfjdun make H read Section IS of A'UclVUI and ahaU by law. eoadatent "
I Florida, and Providlns a* to "Walking by the sea of Galilee.
..
Ilaotlona: / for Acceptance or ..- ., the Conatltutlon ol the State o, with ether provlahxaa af thla. Con --- .
tm of any Law or Laws Cnaeted byVililanire Florida, and to exclude the City ., Plan atltutlon. preeorlbe his powere and dutlea.provide -- .
ol the State) of Florid. City tram aald Amendment; Be and th. for hla quallflcatlonaof sad torus .
" oiled i'I eald fropoaad Amend- tame la hereby agreed to and shall b, I efrlca, tha lenstli ol which shall 'be
submitted to the Electore .. the State" wholly within the dlaeretlon of Uw Lea DIRECTORYFIRST SPONSORS
ITlT RCTOCVTO! : BY TH* UKMSLAor ol Florid for Ratification or Rejection) lalatur and ahall v7't.be limited ay Seo-.

: THS STAYS or nxjaiDAi at tho General Election te a't;: held on lion t. Article the) Cenrtltulloa .. ._, ._ ,
t the following amendment to the the first Tueaday alter th* klondafla -.- :."... .. --- Of The Church Page
tiilullon ef Florida, to .oe known aai November. 15441 PRESBYTERIAN LAWTEY BAPTIST CHURCH. IIKILIIRONN IIAITIST. .
It i XX. SecUona 1 and .. thereof SECTION IS. I. From and alter Jamlary COMMJTrCS 5UBSTITTr1TROv.s J Services -
County Tax Accrue oBlllaborough jonrr HISOUJTION NO. a 8TAHKK. School 9:43 Sunday School. 10 A. M. Morning '
r-4 to AM consolidation abollahlns I. 14 the -Sunday : every 2nd and 4th "
., oftleaa County ahaU. asses all A.JOINT BXSOLVTION Proaoalnc thaiAmendment Sundays Tip Top Super Market
rulIng certain County
A. M. Morning Worship, ,11 A. M. Worship, 11 A. M. Young People'sMeet .
Ihr aitenment and collection of mull property far all Slat*. Count Schoo of Section 10. ol Arilcro nlol 11 a. m. and 7:30'p.
m.
I ta*.. by County tan offIcer In and Municipal Taxes to te levied tomilaboieufH the ConaUtulJon ef the State ot FlorIda. -| Ladlea Auxiliary 2nd & 4th Tuea 7 P. M. Evening Service Sunday 'Alyorez Store
f County, Florida and 'providing County .by tile state. Balatln to Appropriations: ) School every Sunday' 10 A. M. S .
Itrfmndura elections for acceptanceWKtlon County. County School Board. Bchoo! \ BC IT REfOOVXD: BY ThE UCpmjteTVRX days. l'KINOSL.V 7:30: P. M. Prayer Service', Wednesday B.T.U 7:00 P. M. Rev 0. E. Cut. Hollywood; Camera
,
o( any law or law eqactedIM Tu School DlitrlcU and : OF THe STAn (jr FVOalPAl' 7:30 P. M. Rev. J. L. S -
Uglilature ol Florida aa provided a nlttl7' .aept to the City ol Plan That the following shaw. Pastor &tilft shop .
''n.t be aubmltted to the qualified City. Florida which Wh. be saaanpt Moo 30. LAKE MISSIONARY Norris, Pastor J. E. Wall Jr.. ,
n of the State of Florida for adoomtetlon from the provisions Sectlo Ihe State ol I'1Ja.ru':: to BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday S. S. Supt. II. C.- WaU''Agency
) or at the newt imeral a. The LMlalature shall at the 1.aII. atlona la ....5Ja-o JEDNI"TIST CHURCH_
Wot ta be held In Ilia year IMo.u UUv Session to 1MT end from time totha aubmlttad to the ....- ., School. 10 A. M. Preaching. 11

> time t"- !"" !'.. -_ .!!!! !ftI nf Florida' for ntuieatlon\ ew .... A. M. B.T.U.,. 6:43: P.. M. Preaching PINK LEVEL BAPTIST. Sunday Sunday School :3 P. M. PreachIng ..Carpenter'U i
bald
ARTICLE XX I K:sr.i ::ecoun't-::::;: ''Ta'j' ; ;.. November the next General A. D, 1S4S Election; that te b fe fro cap flea hi 7:45: : P. M. Prayer Meeting\ School. 10 A, M. Morning 4 P. 'M. Prayer :Meeting each Coca-Cola Doit line Co. I

Oil I. The Lealalatura. li author- sated Ia paragraph. I ef ecU<... M, andshall call Section 10. Article in of tbp OotMatrtuttnn each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. Fannie Worship 11 A. M. Song Service, Thursday, 730 P. M. Church located Lella"s' .1
ud empowered to provide by law Ukawtae provide be law tow the .1 the State ef Florida ohafl be! at Brooker Fla.
Iliwi the Aaeeaamenl loU of the amended and amended. shell reed a* Silcox School 7 P. M. 7:30 P Rev. C. A.
tnacted by It at ill regular aeo extension on aa Sunday Super- Evening Worship, : ; Koch 'Drug Store I
bild In A. D. 1147. or at any County Tax Assessor ..l all Ie.es luvt.d folios Crosby, Pastor.
lit Mulon' thereafter for the eon- br u. County c..un.001 .r'ON"". Ll'we makfnf 1he approprlatlona Intendent., L oule L. Wainwright, M. Teachers Meeting. \ Bible Study 1-f Tyus'
knlon, ibollihlnf or crustIng of any SchdoJ TpliUWa/ :, Spec el Ta* putsts. 1 BTU Director. Services Every Monday. 7:30 P. M. Mid-Week Dry Goods
V.-7 Ofl.a In Orange County. Flor- School Dtatrlds. o'IJPchOrOii: :r. ; .,4 tsTafflrfK-aft.:: : tha Prayer FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH....... Driffgers'
Sunday. Meeting, Wednesday 7:30P. Furniture
ad Co.Kobblnaf
County .f .
* Provided thera la p"= from sated 0'1'F Ihe. ; i r Bible School 10 A., 11.[.
| tnicta ol this Article > el all State da. with the exception vlalena on no other subject say aba OIl M. Rjev. W. E. Hall Pastor Preaching
.
ru. ind ta provide for the aneaamea the City ot Plant City. which. la hereby appropriation be an incident ., any om a 1st and 3rd Sunday.. 11 A. M. ,
nlltctlon ol municipal taxea andim.nti. .ompt from the provisIons 56 ibis bill: all atata appropr1atle aKoap* ape OROOKKR BAPTIST CHURCH.I ; and 7:30
or either ol them by Countyofficers Amendment. proprlatiotla lot the county echoola/eoun-! I Sunday School 10 A. M. Morn- FIRST METHODIST. STARKE. P. M. Mid-Week Prayer S Hart Furniture Co.
I In law end! after Jenu- tine. eitlea, or elier political eutxjMelonalol Service, '
aald County. Any ao srrTTON U. I mm Wednesday 7:30: P. M.
* ad repenting the eanaolldaUan er'IOn any 1.1548. toe County Tax Collector tt the Stale eppraprlatlona for perme.nent Ing Worship, 11 A. M. B.T.U. 7:13: Church School, 10 A. M. Morn. Woman's I Florida Dank at Starke

ol iny Countyolrlcee Wail pra- ; of HlUioorough. State of tnnorovemeote and buildings iaw lowstat. P. M. Preaching 7:30 P. M. Prayer ing Worship, 11 A. M. Youth Fellowship Missionary Council bust-
b .. I.V1.'d to inatitutfons as pro.id.d low W )Mike Maruca
l tht powara, dutlee and compenaa- rioruTehill collect ell .at ness meeting\ at church 1st and
V ol tht ofBcen designated therein tins state County. County enacted as the 2545 I.gialaturs eo. prior Meeting each Wednesday 7:30: 7 P. M. Evening Wore

linrclia' and dlacnarge" the duties oio'flnt :'r.uW'l: School btutniets. Special l.glalatutq sad tucol aia4 (lainda.oz peaefaai.absU "lrto P. M. Rev. C.: .A. Crosby Paator.I1OATDBAIN ship 7:30 P. M. Prayer and Praise 3rd Thursday 7:30: P. M. Church
to consolidated or createdi and School Districts and 56 unIcipalitlul fonda located at Christian
Lou 10 rnacted reapeotlng the aaaaat- of Tax ElUsborOufit ounw. rtorld. exeunt ..,. Meval appropriation bill ermendment .n06 Service* Wednesday 7:30: P., M.Woman's and Call FiratPreabyterian
thereto' and Streets.
t mini tnllacMon ol municipal sass Plant City.;: It 105:55: exempt or aupplantent
In the> City of ..... CII UIICII. Society 1st
than twn J1APTIST Tuesday
I ... this ah.1I bu lot' Ce lonist 1' ,
.um..ta. either ol by ol
["T I tu offlcera er thaU provide them for the tram 1L The the Le provisionS.l lature shall .t"rtr' ; 5.Iativ. : All .approuriaIon. .......... yttag.IS titi' Sunday School 10 A. M. MornIng 3:30 P. M. Church located Walnut'
acing. tor and'clIng 1841 and from tlm. to adoption SI thl.U. widc p eonIrary CHURCH OF CIOI1.._ Church
collecting accounting 01 Sunday
seegbn
tt said taxee and/or aaaeu- .na.t I... apecilylnc its to thu provl.i.nI .1 thiS Suction Worship 11 A. M. B.T.U. 7 and Jefferson Street Rev. W. J. School
th.r."er. 10 A. M.
F"I to Ihe appropriate municipal tlm.pow.r. funotlone. duties and unmOslas- shall uxpire ea 01 July. S. 1147 P. M. Evening WorshIp. 7:30: P. Churchwell, Pastor/ Morning Wore
"'rlU... and for eompenaatlon for lion of County Tax CQUSCtoI deatgflatudin M. ship 11 A. M Evening Worship, -
) andy taxing offlceca for' eenrlcea Paragraph i of S on 11. an al.aU a Prayer Service each Tuesday 7:30: P. M. Y.P.E. '
'md incident thereto. Thai II eny likewine pr.vleIe for the collactl.n. TIOC.custody. fall KOU4E jON' RESOt-CTIOrf .... ttt 8 P. M. Cottage Prayer Meeting NEW RIVKR MIHSIONARY BAPTIST Tuesday 7:30
1 uw the conaoUdatloa"ntlon and diabuneraan' P. M. Prayer Meetl ATTEND
rMpectlng reportinS A JOINT KMOUUT1OM 7'ropo.sg an ir, Thursday
,' ol any county offlcea la ao4 sues .uaele4 by the CountS Tea Amendment to Artlela V al th CoastStutlon each Thursday 7:30 P. M. Church CHURCH.-Services 7:30: P.M'. Church
and ratified. at the referendum CoU",_. of Florida by Adding; Therefo an located 3 1-2 miles southeast of every located at SERVICES
.
_
*. htiein. provided aucb law shall Additional Section "elating to the n1100 let and 3rd Sundays at 11 A. M. Eighth A St. Clair Streets. Services
'mi tltretlva with respect to the of- 5 of the Judge el the Court af honed Starke. Rev.' C. C. Harris, Pas Rev Parrlsh Pastor.
Truby Pub.
> iXtcttd thereby on the tint Tueci RrSOttJTTON- HO. lit In end tar E:. an>ble County sad thai tor. every Sunday. Rev W. A. REGULARLY .1
Ins tint Monday'In January nnrreei JOINT : n an Count "SollHtor of call County lo cordially Invited. I Smith Pastor.
"T jnr Immediately succeeding theoloctlon A JOiNT RESOLUTION ArtlCis IIP.p Ins ,=onsutullon BB: rr RjrsoLVSD RY THE L"-'wr.A.o"
01 had subsequent to aald Amendment to ItalaliveI. Yuan OF THE STAir OF FLOeUDAt -
Mum election at which elector, for"ml 0' the stats 01 Florida SECTION I. That ArtlcW V ,.. the WOO iLAWN MISSIONARY WATEROAK 1I\J'TIHT..a.rvlce.: Chariots were the tanks of I
ol the United 8tatee ere voted Aissoanint 01 r.Io.IIUMd-: :: Constitution ol the "late ef Florida beaVnended BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday
V "d II any coast law rnpectlng the by adding" thereto an addlttoneltectton School 10 A: M. every 1st and 3rd Sundays at 11 Bible times. The Philistines In Music By
" pat and collection of municipal to be known a* Section *S .. Morning Worship A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Saul's day had 30.000 of them.
" ud uwMmenta, or either of titans sell Article relating" to the election of"t 11 A. M. Song Service, S P. Sunday Young People's Choir
aunty t.u officer .. accepted and T Judge of the Court .1 Record tn end 10[. School every Sunday 10 A. M Priests In Old Testament times
nod >t the referendum election aJ ,S? Eacembta: County and tha Counts5ile4tor Prayer Meeting each Wednes- Rev. O. E. wore blue robes.
Y1dod" bir.ln. the earn. shall become tin: ef eald County and the eme U day 7:30: P. M B.T.U. Friday 7:30P. : CuUhaw Pastor.
.
<" en the firot day 'January hb, arreed to. and ahall. be,submitted.
aumding sock. referendum elecBefora uTthe .'_001 ef the steto af Florida M. Church located 3 miles I''

; for wtlflcatioa ar rejection et the O-n- west of Lawtey. Rev. T. C. Williams FIRST METHODIST
CTIOII I. any Uw detcrlbedpntedlng : to bo mid on '11. 14,44 First Christian CHURCH J
0. Section o* thin Article U susrsss, the filet Monday is Na.esubur. Pastor.
be of any forco end effect. II shaD TvRoV nt& STATS: or fLORIDA 0545. ST fnlfownstZ'llON Starke FloridaThe
",",,191ead\ ratified by a maleetty' t'bau... foUO55 Ameadifl- to Asusia .... Tbe Iud" of the CoorS I
.l u> ., :: aututlon .f for Eaeambla County NT. M.\RKS'.EPI800PAI- Church
< qualified elector ranS V = .f a eord n and '
!>. W"lc ? be the said ICamlyhall friendly Church Rev W. J. Church well, Pastor I
riorlda. at a referendum. eleetlea : a cod the Count Soll.ltor Church .
be "I'!'loci and held for the purpose .State reiauj puJJa in the bereerler be elected ::he uaiiliaI.Iimtet : School 10 A. M. Morning

ItIonnlnlnc' whether auch.. law shall therSSffiUStt .1 01 said eeunty .* uthec ...* sad. Prayer sod Sermon, 11 A. M., -
Supts4. l. aad nuned "_ale ere --. .. Drat
er : SERVICES
'etactan ruii:51 ftuuilMl bo< .. 1 SZeUoa) af the Judo .. the Canrt ef (Holy Communion 1st Sunday) FOR SUNDAY. OCTOBER 27

> mtrmdun aiaatloZ shaM .. fceU mail II'a the same in e.II.: iaeonl Sc and fnr EaeamMa Cooaty a..4ttna Litany and Intercession: ,.. Friday
J amity day* attar fc* a ectl..e shall be ...bmlltad to the ? County Solicitor ef al't. ATTEND 11:00 A. M. -"I Will Build My Church"
of any euca ..... Tm. Board af e. ..... ralihiratlue or tel.-thaU be held *t tte O r'lr : 7:30 P. M. Holy Days.. 10 A. M., "
CoramlaalaBer7. loreudr Iina 1rr14'; .. a1.ctlon tu beon Id Mae office' th Tueedee' 7:30 I- M.
ahall provide II... the tthI ,94. %e iaw. Holy Communion. Church open Motion Picture: "My Tower"
boi4lal stIeS Jenur
m
el any referendum the flrt 1'u-" altar the flrat Monday BIIJI.E SCHOOL
1 "J "otle theraol *b 11I1 ... publlahed ..[. JO WOVSJHoIrwae I4. us 1uoII W.: inc a ItS of lout.l-"n.yoe Th term a* dally for prayer and rest.
Board ones eaclaweek *or at altec tenorS of etflce heretotore vice Center
M. open dally for .
lour to either ef theflie7aei.TnSn3.rd 10:00 A. )1.
I I""" lueeeaun to the data week of such Immedlataly. election. fsS. County 1. 1245,effesgajSu : : :: rt.rt ant be. ..- atk>n. Church St. at Jackson ser'l Hear the Special Quartette Junior Choir Selections,
hi
either
Moivaper' of general circulation tn all propepty ended Hereby. Any vacancy
County. shall to which aawe prior to said
Cxeept. herein eth.rwu liIunleipai tW' of saId officeS .
and
relating eounl7. 5dIOuI by tile State.Counly .....' after th* flrat Monday falinuary.
BI t haldAlaw.:: :r general af lbs election Mate shall be kelad Ia the Icboo1 count BO" SchoOl 3945. hU. be filled .by PPotiU*, '

,* lIoe holding at asp eejca. raferiKtloa. CIJue'lpacial, Taa 1cJ>..... DlOUlCto mart by the Governor ead eonnrmetloa Attend Church At The St. Mark'sEpiscopal
on If law shall DlstI1eta. b. the T Senate aa heretotor* prarMed by

':T.OUTI!"l and nulled aareueh by isany the majerltyPrtlcipatinel .sick. and 121 MualcIPallas Th. Lojf\l1aturO shall and from.t tile tUne Lulls1.11cc to- .he Cafi than.tiruuon.until but the m llna no Tueedev eeee toe after saylonger Lawtey Church PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
lM1 1- sad
Monday re Jaanary.
III
'durn SewIos he flrrt
Thu
election shall beC' -
such Uw opoc1/'lJI.
be *In full >rce end effect, but urns ths51tS. .nact. duOa lawa. and npsnaalion he trrrH or tenure either of of office said efflree e< evyenepointed tee Baptist Church -
fur.dUOfl to
!
2 int' election a majority. el the' powerS 01 County Tam AM4' dealinmadin and the urns beginning m IM7 ahall e Jlee ICev; W. E. Hall, Paator t I II
wnictpetlng oterLV"
therein shall
" I Itf paragraPh 1 .1 thIs S yO: ::r ibm re said tint Tueaday after Thu Church School 10 A. M.
: acceptance and ratification by
1945. Oct.
provide ta January. Sunday 27
< .* H shall be null and .old sham lteuwtau .sseumctl roll of th.eo..l Monday Morning Prayer and
" no force) and effect. The ean- .wnolon Ofl th 01 "ta.bY "es .le..led SSCTfOI'f!' i. Any provleloni of tfceConatitutlon I

SIc1 a.1In.r.N.Ut! af amid County ahaUceref the)' Tn Sl...Ajea". Count;: t counl.1 Schusiao.rd Tam repealed.. to eoafOlct .herewith. I* hereby 11 A. 3!. 7:30 P. 'I. Sermon 11 A. M.
referendum Special
KtlAe. any such DlaUlCtL _____
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iitn.. to the "ooretary ol State within 5cl000l and mualciPalitiassfCTlON "Watch Our New Building Grow'"Watch S
ifter tho holding thereof 5cheI DUtrteta said aftaraauazy ct TBrrmorrr trIfCItEOP I aavehareunta
: 15. III Trots Tax Callus- aet my hand and affixed! ibsGreat Hear Church 0(10"1I dally for prayer
I.... be County af the lOafs ef Florida eaTaUekaraaw '
f I.County ol Ba,. lla" of r..r- Seal the CapHaa. Pile th* U. ., and _.. Service! Center open Our Membership Grow"I
4174om'i' ui LtITION no. D lOW la the .. Iut'ISI .?, 155 Rev. E. T. Earnest
all a .
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aa I Ida. Shall a 'of August daily for crtaoii.
Prepoaln
4dnteniRISOLmOu by the StalL = = tSZALI .. A. OBAY.Secretary J'
) el the CooIa:0the County D I Ir.
SellsB .. School ef IiaI J. V V V V .., .
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State a* Florida Belatroo' and MolODt1 V -.ea-- .- .. r.
... P..1r1CU I prnw- rn..lu.on..1.f.S
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I" .. WCTU Meets TodayThe Heal at Hturkx Florida this Octo- <-OI;%TY. ......oltll)." iDenTnaVkeliy t'IIAN-

fOrKFIClAL'8EAL) A. J. Thomaa.Aa ; Plalntlft, "M TI"on

rejulai";:monthly meeting: of n y Lucille Clerk' of C, Conner said Court.1>. C. j Kelly. Defendant Case No 11152.

the WCTUjwlll; be held at the Each H. Douglas, Pox 411, OalnesAt't'y. ORDER OF PUBLICATION APPEAR: K'a '
I '' Fin.I AND NOTICE TO
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home of Mr. W. N. Johrmon i on for 'Pit. 10.18 4t l1-S BTATB OF FLORIDA to: TlHon
3 m. All I Kelly whose renl.lwno* U-uuknown.
\ Friday Oct. 28. At p.
AIR'MAIL"J'now DR.\n..onn on
USE riRd'ir cornr.oiivrr. to. appear
IN You are required
members are' urged to be presen (' FLOIIID.tl 1\1: CHAN. November 25 lit'. In the above
only 5 gent! I C'IIY. named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff
>SOTICR TO API''']'''. Anna ORrnelt Stltt Plaintiff vs.i seeks divorce. BradfordCounty
TO ALL PKRSOVS HAVING OR Harney Lee Htltt tifenilant.. Cu"e T.legrabd.shall' publish. this
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1 IN ,... ....
IVTKRRHT
( I.A IMINO ANY ; No. Order In next for weekly "
oilVfiR! 1I
AND TO THE FOLLOW INU Dt OF PUBLICATION Witness "my hand and official a
.. S'HIBFD LANDS: I nwR NOTICE TO APPEAR HPal.-t Starke, Klurlda, this Ontnbsr '
The Northwest Quarterexcflpt (NW'A) STATE OF FIXJIllOV to: Hnrnw 63. 1941.
DONUTS ROLLS two ((2) acres In Nartl... Lee Stilt whose residence IH untlt"j OFFICIAL HBAL: ) A. J. Thomas
West Corner and two (2) SP r'. 3, Box 203 Portsmouth, Aa. Clerk of aU Court.H. .
TIES & CAKES'one In Hrtuthiviwt I'nrner of Hn'itliljimrt -. 1 I You are regulrcd to appear on '' O. Brown, starke.: Fla.
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w..t .r (!''I'V'1) of North November 26, 1946, In the above Arty,' for Fl?. 10-21( 4t "-1B
are better went Quarter (NW%) and ."c"pt; named. Court and "au.e. wherein sI.
It .-10 errs. .h..r.tnfnre Fold, .tn I 'plaintiff seeks divorce and rare, I > 1
nnrt.l In HounWxQuarter and control of minor child.
Skinny H melody C. T. U
than IeF'o'' f N rthw.'ii. fcradford County Telegraph. shall W .
41..1'1. 'tV'y' ; Southwest Qiiarter t(publish thin. Ordor In next tourweekly
(SW(4! ( "f Southwest QiwrteHWji Innuea.Wltnene THE SAIOO.V DAR
l and twit f2) acres In th" my hand and official
( ) to
Lappe Bakerymakes Norl ,w..t lunrter (NW%) oSouthwent I Heal at Btarka, Florida,. thus October A Bar to llPuven a Door
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Quarter (8W(4( ) com SS, 1946.OFFICIAL .' Hell- .
mewing at an Iron In the corn ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas., named It, named It
nf Sliver! '.ftko and axtrndlnw a- I Aa Clerk of said Court. Whoever n j
Inns the lake hors Fantwari. James U. Brandies, Lynch Building; well.A a sixj. s
CAKES MADK J TO ORDER Anil alum h.., :nn'rlC At :Korthwreacorner I Jackaonvllle, Florida. bar to manU_ and
of .Jouthraxt QuartofWIT'i Atty. for Pit. 10-25 4t 11-1
) of HnuthweBt' Quart wealth ors
fHWV) of Section 11, 'thence run 11 CIRCUIT CorilT. nllAUJI'UUn want and broken
A door to
Houlh 1320 feet th..""' Flint 825 (CftllNTY FLOHIMAl IM: CHA.C'HIIY. \.i
feet, thence North 1129 feelthonrn .ti health.A .
YOUR WATCHDeserves Went 82R feet to point) t George Mart I nek. Plaintiff v*.. bar to honor pride and This Week')
h"llnlllnlC'.d slut' beirlnnlni" Anne Marie Martinek Defendant.
at the Southwest .!uroer nf North Cane No. 5157. fame HVESTARHere's
east Quarter (NI;:', ) of /Kouth ORDER OF PUBLICATION A door fcfain, and grief and .
the Bests I .
went Quarter (! \ of Hei-lln AND NOTICPJ TO APPEAR
t 1. thence run Kant: fin (P.t. STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Anna shame.A .
thence .North loon feet th.nr16'eae Marie Martlnek whose residenceand bar to hope a bar to s4
947 feet to a point In HII- I address la unknown.
ver Lake, thence South 1000 t..etJ You are required to. appear on /. ) ..
to point of beginning/ All or .November 25 it U. In 4tta above 'A'prayert .'uarkwsd. and de.eale -
aid landB lying. an .. '
Thirteen Township KlKh plaintiff seeks 'divorce. Bradford -
? fat $nath, Range Tventy-tw County Telegraph shall publish thla A Bar-to Heaven a Door to
Order In next. four weekly IMMUCII.
(22) RaBt
Zflatcl It apiiparlnu" from, the plaintiff. Witness my hand and official IieU- 4 JI 5.95 fi
sworn Itlll of Comulnlnt on file I InIh. Heal. at Stark. Florid, .this October Whoever nam. - REPAIRTrustworthy f \ s of .Teftxlft Taylor Stowarl' :24 1946. well 1f.
'* widow VB. l-hnrlfn (Cohen aal (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomai. T
..., cad. ) cause pemllnw In the Clr"iiH A* Clerk of Bald Court. William T. PearsonIn /
Service r-onrt .)f Klirliln, Klxhth/ Judl Hy Lucllla C. "onn..r. D. C. Altarnews. ; _
cal) Circuit, In and for Brarifon I T. Frank ,...Lnndrum Htarke Fla. sx Family What W. Do ,
flaunty. which cause In n cult tinnlet Atty for Plf. 10-IS 4t 11-1J
title r -" Harley F. Strong 1., that the respective. residence.. Firestone Lubrication. (
and laces, of addrssW nf the defen i 1. Complete < "
nnntH fharten ohen and --- -SIGNS- '
1ST Went Call St. ("Cohen his wife; William Curry an" nke.... \.., !,
filth cr .
itnnenla). (*"rry. hlv wlfa: R, D 2. Drain and ..
CAMP LANDING JEWELEI Clayton and ........ Clayton till I SPRAY PAINTING "AT YOUR HOME"AUTOS '
pint ......._ 26o oil)
Wade
SINCE 1911 u'Nro: Michael' I REFRIGERATORS clam fresh oU (S ut -
.. with .
Wide, bin wife: W. H. Wright m l 3. Sew ernkMsa
____..__ Wright, his wife:, and DRAKE SIGNS -'305 ChurchWANT POUTABIETHOIIILE
il. Zeall.:; .T. fjf 11'n1..t.r. 1. U .1'1 txuuuaiBslon.
"e and Marv I. Klnic, a* the .. 4. Drain Hath and refill :
and tnimeen or
vlvlnar dlrerlnra r
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION the nrooklvn r.anil Company, are UGUT
unknown to your lalntlff: nnd 5. Drain flush sad refill .dUfonntUt.
ttiiit then IB no person In the State ."
th. Hervlca of n sub $2.95
.r TiMnrlila .
tc-enif t'...i whorn would' lilnil' the : Q 6 inspect and repack front.wheel bearings.
Clean,
nlrt defendant or ..I'h"r *>f them. The perfect light fat UA
Tliat'' It h* t tiff that the wilddrCendnTitB .artach .* Drive In Today foot heavy insulated cot
over he itrt of i1 venra.IT .

that the ia defendanta THKmwrmp. Charles! onnKurr. ("fh rnrt a.vev e.mt a Xe For borne or car.

.___ Pohen. his wife: William 1,000,000 Lbs.. PecansNo
( furry and )Knnhinln furry' I id
riavton and I
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his wife: 11 ----
Clayton, his wife!: Micha,-t Wad. Effective
-n" .. >Vn.1''. bin wife- and 41 Easy 10 Up,
.T. H. 7-enll., T. f. liotwr'r. .T T,. KI.,,,.
and Mary I Klntr, 'If alive, ant)
rr'd nd,. the iinffuovn hflrn nt law. Too RadlUsflt.
le",ateeB,' deviNen-t or frranreeN olennh Quantity Largeor !
f>f the nhov nameil piirtteinnd \EEDS{
all peraon rlalmlno; nnv rtirht
this or Interem In and to tie iron' jl
n*>v ii_R.r Mii.. ,,hovunit 'n the, Too Small i I
mil of fonml-tlnr' filed herein dcnnear : 9ea
nn th. 2Bth dnv nf Novm-
her A. r>. 1 4it. to nnuwnr the Bald ". I
mil of Comnlaln fled s"elaet> them
14 D.r1
PHARMACIST .. the office of the rierh of th. Eoch.n9. I
SOLD
CLEANER AND
Circuit Court In and fir BradfordCnimfv.
Ftn.lda. and] that thlB Order t Power-paokedt Baa- more plate*
Phone 61 STARKE he "..hlln1. >,." |In thin tiradfnrilContitv I See Us Before You Sell! per cell assuring quick:, iur I Cleaner Mmorii nit,ictli
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"" newanitner '
starting in the weather.AllRubber
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and .
.".Mlnhed In Arndf.rd Cnuntv. B-lor-.. ootora. I .Iud, Bolder perm
Service I
On-the-Minit Ida, once a w..k for four *nn"eou. neatly repair until WAn
live weeks hefnrr the r.-mn date I
Btn.ei1 In this Ord r and Notice.W'TpsTFiBW ; 321 TEMPLE AVENUE .

"f thlB Court" mr:on hand th" the and J3n1 lh.. neal n"vnt I .! '''' .::t..' ."".,,-.t.- ....,/.<....".. ,.n .

Planet' JR.Strawberry. OcfXtxr .A n. fate. men ,f...rfce,
the State! ....I Count .'->r..*iid.A STARKE, FLA. ,|
.r. '' Amazing
cjerk C'j' ;..iilt (Court Pradford]
N.w D.ve/opm.nt a ,
C.nnty. Flnrbfi' ,
& (IsEAL)
Jordnn t.Raan'tv'k Del) ,
Plows Attorney. for Plaintiff. .
tapGarden 10-25 4t 11-15._ S

:.r COMPLETE IN' rmrriT rovHT. nittnvonnOOI'iMTY.
, FLOHIUAl CHAN- i Clothingand
CKRT.Tuanlta .
ALSO REPAIR PARTSRepair .( Oliver Gdirar. IMiilntlff, v.. Sn'Ok'nR
.rumen EdwArd Edgar, Defendant Stan
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-- ,- ..-...-- .'ase No. !616.ORDER ds.. ..
Oceal1 .
OF PUBLICATION .
ShoesFOR
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AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Ity'R-J: Z95tiirea
Parts
Only STATE OF FLORIDA toi, JameaEdward uq &
Edgar, whoia residence and s00 16 Reel .
for Brinley Plows vddreffM l I. unknown.. .. 27,11BicYd
Ton are required to appear on .. ..
Novenb..r.15.< 1916 In the abovo $16.10
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-p named Court and cause, wherein WagOn" Alps

Our Store Is Complying .plaintiff of leeka ma'dtfn divorce name.and F.radfurd reetoritlon a.. 'w' .. tax

'onnty Teleirraplt shall pulillnh thUJrrter The Entire ., C 1 e .. .. .
With The State In next four wapklv lekiiei.Wttnena Family ,. S.....,..--e d 1 4.95Sklnner
Fair Trades Act mv hand. and official aealit B. 0 l1Jeters
Starka Florida, thin. October .'4, lCYcle\ B .. .
$ake 4.50
(oO..FrCIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas i. .' ..
BradfordHardware I Ac Clerk of laid Court. GASOLINE BicYcle .. .. .
I' "'v Lucille .::. ".nlln'r. D. C'T. Every day is bargain (ck 1.29
Frank Lantlrum Stark., Pin dayat 7 Firat Stands
PURIFIER
Mty. for Plf. I0-as H 11-15 A'.d .

Co. II" CIRCUIT rornT.COIIMTY. DR"'UFORO i, 1.98 i, Flash Kits .. .. .69

FLORIUAl It CIIAN.CFRY. the *;'* Lights .. .. .. .. .

J. II. Carlisle, Owner Phomaa H. Wllf.irl) Plaintiff, v*. Quickly remOTe dirt Cl .. .35
Florence Hilda Wllford.. Defendant. and Impurttlee. Separates oth es .. .
("a. > No etc;*. pins ..
t "free" water. Win i iireatly 1
ORDER 01T PUBLICATION > 30 to .25
ANI>'NOT1CR TO APPEAR ; increase your > Pkg'
STATE or !.-[.(illTtiV to: Mr. STAR Store car's efficiency.aUWW; .. .
f lorenra KlldtVilford.. whose ,19
eeldenca and address la loulh I

lamntun Kim la ml. ._ "'N,:" .
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You are r"'lulr..d to appear) on '
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November( SI, 1314 In the above '::' "" '['" '" :.J
named Court and cause, wherein "N""

plaintiff' peeks divorce.a hall Bradford pnbllehthla 'wAFETY ; F-::Quality/
l nJd'Jlinf/lr: four weekly )I.- ;

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Witness mv hand and official seal I 44 i iI
: it Htarke, Florida, this October S4, THAN 1/2'

(* OVKICIALi 14e. SEAL) A. J. Thomaa, Southern Lumber Co. i ii AT. LESS ft

HOWDY FOLKS The laziest: Ve Clerk of said Court I "J5iaaiK>9cw> l *
In'y Lucille .::. Conner 1>. C.
worms In the world In the one "I*. 'rank lAndrum Ntarke.. Fla. THE COST.OF
who put popcorn In her pancake : Itly. for Pit. tO-35: 4t 11-15


tht'ntI'M'IVf'tIo.*' KU they'll turn e over by ''I"Robert('''rmrviT 1''' V.'E. .QroffVenor FLOHIItAt COTHT. plaintiff BRADrounCOI'MrV. IX tllA.V v. i Rough & Dressed Lumber.. II III N-K\N TIRES '' '


"What do the three ball In ..'ranrea May droevenor, D.hllbaat'ax. I .
I front of a pawnshop. mesa," e No. (154.OHDEH .
Two to one that won't OF PtTBLICATION -
you
ANn NOTimj TO APPRAB8TATR I
get It back." OF FLORIDA to Mr.. 'irton.
"ranee May Oro.venowltn..e ....1. i ..

"Your wife look atunnlng ., d..nc. and addreMa IM 9 Brown i We Pav. .
Mt..t. Wolverh mpton. Stafford YMITHOOREYR5ADING
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that drese.le aimply a poem I"' hire BnKland. rAtTO

"What do you mean-pocm.T"exclaimed You are required to appear on SCISSOR
Fovember 26. 1945. In the above '
the struggling young amed Court and cauaa, wherein HIGHEST PRICES
author. '"That drMa U two lalntlff peeks divorce I Bradford a
Telegraph shall publish this SACK;
patina and one abort story." irder aunty.. In next four weekly Uauea. I II
Witness mv hand and official ae.lI .f'
And the way your auto run Htarke. Florida. this October. 14. : For Stumpage > O tnitarUL.and'work, ,
11411. ,Both Q.fle
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will aorni ilk a lyrical pwtnIf ,
UFFICIAl., SEAL) A. J. Thom maaabtp ar. naranteed.: ;
you bring your car her for A. Clerk of Sid' Court. I I 1Otla the aame famonvJ.: f

regular service Bring It here T HI'> .Frank Lucllla Landrum.C. Conner:Stark., D. C., Floi'Ida. ; or LogsDelivered '; Tin tread: get dealgn found only in Mater .u1 IIn1 of'11'Ohamplon. -

for gas, oil and lubrication and Atty. foe Plf. tlt-I; 4t 11 .IIi Oth.rlh..rPraparllaaataly the new rireiton Da Lore tli. p aelenet ears
for thuiie! added services which taw let :new U3a go-toa
CIRCUIT COI-RT. tin\nrnnnCO 'truck"
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add ao much to :your pleasure IJ IS TV.. FLORIDA IM CHAN: I At Mill I j"m ...JetodA71 St1. 80 .1Y1 to ..lw'J. a
CRHY.awrence
and na tin fact ion. Try UH today Mauck. Plaintiff v*. Kva

A. Mauck. Defendant Cass No. ,
i GULF OIL PRODUCTS 111. I I
ORDER OF PUBLICATION" -n II
{. Washing Polishing AND NOTICE TO APPBAR I I I
8TATU OF FLORIDA to: Eva A. I
Greasing who. reeldenre and a". I
f Mau""l. it. 3J14 F.lllrbth Street N. E., : Two blocks of
Temple & Lake raehlncton. D. C. east Depot !

You are required to appear onovembar P. Roberts Moto

I Service Station mad Court IS, and 1944, cause In the wherein above : Tenth Street Starke, Fla. i .

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Phone lalntlff .k. divorce. Bradford '
nnnty Telegraph shall publish this : I
O.Ie.. In.>l eJLt.TAun. . Wlt__ lftraa, ip2tiNal
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