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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 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 )
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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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Fatal to Mother and Child' I 'Gray Given Lady'by Red Course Cross 86,931 Pounds New Major Industry Connell For Seeks- Bradford Voters t Spurn Amendments \ .




jnlosion of Kerosene Can Tuesday!To Start Tuesday Sold At Fourth Blanding CenterMajor Only 15 Percent Visit Polls Tuesday t ,


Mrs. Barbara Breazealle, Chair Eugene D. Connell, prast,

27, I man of Community Service to j dent of BlnndinK Center Inc., arrived constitution i
Florida

1IancY Louise Pope -" --- I Pecan Auction in Starke Thursday of last All six proposed amendments to the

daughter, I Hospitals Bradford County Chap in Bradford County Tiies- ;; '
I9-DlonthS.old Two Farm Agencies I week and spent several days here were trounce) at the polls

!Louise, of Hellbronn ter, American Red Cross bas been looking after business interests i 'day and suffered a similar defeat at the hands of voters 'l'

died in the Alachua Combine Forces I asked by Miss Doris. Harper, Increased volume but slightly MaJ. Connell la now on terminal throughout the state. i!

Lpltal Tuesday from American Red Cross Field Director lower prices marked the fourth I leave from the Army and Is living|I On the much disputed Amendment No. ,!, designed to l

L burns suffered In an Effective November 1, the activities to announce that a course of pecan auction "ale here Tuesday] in Brooklyn, N. Y., which was his 'create the office of a budget director responsible to the ,

.',t a can of kerosene at of the Farm Security Administration training for the establishment ofa Afternoon when 86,931 pounds of home before he came to Starke ]I'Legislature rather than the executive dpartment Brad.ford's '

early in the.day.. and the Emergency corps of Cray Ladles to nerve nuts were offered at aft, average to enter the business field soon

$g\e\ accident occurred I Crop and Feed Loan agency were the Veteran's Administration Hos- price of 35c per pound. Total after the establishment of Camp vote was 143 for and 302 against. 1 iOn

pope was building a combined under the new Farmers' pital at Lake City will start In receipts for the day wrro 'esti Bland ing, the equally argued Amendment No. 5, providing for 1

D wood stove. It Is be.Ml HOme Administration, Lucian O. the afternoon on November 12 at mated at 3037585. month : I discontinuance of the practice of "continuing appropriations", i
t For the '33 Major
kerosene oil was Hazen, County Supervisor an-i the Hospital.The Slackened competition due to a Connell has past served In the China- voters .n.here were 145 _for. and. 309 uirulnst. '

jrtctly from the can'on to nounced ye terday. I present plans call for five I scarcity of buyers was given Burma-India Theatre, mo t of the Less than 750 voters 15

fire. A sudden For the time being, Mr. Hazen clashes Nov credit for the decline In percent of the 5,000 qualified ,
dderlnff on 12, 14, 19, 21 and prices time aa water transportation officer
of flames apparent- said the services will be continued 22 which last week reached all. GOP Seizes visited the palls in the uncol-
!nth from 1:30: to 3:30: p. m., with an for the China Theatre He ;

the oil Inside the five from the same offices with the graduation on the evening of the tlm high average of 37 ''l-2c per will receive hid discharge on December orful orryea.t'1t"Ction.. As

/A causing Its bottom to same personnel In charge. There | 26th. The classes will be taughtby pound. One observer pointed out 16, and will re-enter the yet the Republican party ia

and throwing Ignited will be no Interruption In loan i the and that: the bank was cloned becauseof ControlAfter
Hospital Manager the transportation business in Brooklyn Congress not strong enough In Floridato ,
clothing of the services to> farmers. j a and several of the
: holiday
? the '' various doctors. 'Instruction will make the General Election t
uj her child. Floyd King Under the new agency, Mr. be given in the best methods of larger buyers could not make ar Connell states that he Is Democratic \
The
who hastened to the Hazen saM, it will be possible for i helping the patients in c 1 udlng rangement to enter the market Major Interest some 15 years of obscurity' a Interesting t
now trying to candidates nominated in the '
d the victims a mass farmers to( obtain operating loans )| those with mental and special dis- Tuesday. northern manufacturer in 'moving triumphant and revitalized Republican / II

fire was quickly and farm ownership loans just) : Party wrenched controlof spring primaries are still as i' .. *
The abilities. Prices pound received by I
per of the now
baby was brought as they did before. The loans,I to Starke making use both House and Senate from "good as In", and few votersbother I
d. The After graduation, the Gray growers for the leading varietieswere Center biiildlnK,
'' vacant Blanding
to Starke by Mrs. are available only to farmers who IStllarts Democratic hands In Tuesday's to visit the polls In Nov.
My Ladies will be scheduledto : amusement
and removed hortd are unable to obtain credit upon '|I regularly which was used as an 'election The COP elected at ember except In the years when a i
&tiler, assist with recreation, letter 1689 lbs.42c'Curtis center during the war years.Major I'
ambulance to reasonable terms from other i leant 23 senators. 232 reprenenta- President I ill to be elected. Ij i
by I writing, shopping, wardcraft, and 49,622 Ibs..-37 1.2c Council was accompanied
drivenb sources. j lives, and 20 governors, Riving
le. Mrs. Pope was 1 all other services that will bring Money Makers, 3,707 Jbs. -36c to Starke by his wife and her ..I". Republican offered carlIIdateefor

the Alachua County The opportunities ror family )j I cheer and comfort to the Veteransat Randalls, 11,183 Ibn.-35: l-4c ter Mian Mildred. Luchesl. them more than a majority in. tho only two offices In Tuesday's

ty Freeman..crosbY. type farm ownership, Mr. Hazen the hospital. Each volunteerwill Seedlings, 8.339 Iba..-.32 3.4c Senate and 14 more than a majority election and these were roundly i

a came to the 'child at said, will be greatly enlarged. serve a minimum of :50 hours Tesclie, 3,345 Ibs.-26cKennedys. In the House. defeated, both in this county and 1.

in. The mother passed Under the new act, It will be possible i a year In the way best suited to I 1363 Ibs.- .30 l-2c Tornadoes PlayAt Apparently their election" catchphrase throughout the state. ti

hours later. .; v v for &I small farm owner I her and to the hospital. She will Presidents, 1799 Ibs. -35 34c. "Had enough? had caughton The Democratic nominee for
In most'of the nation, with
of the tragedy ap- whose acreage is insufficient fur be entitled to wear the familiar A total of 190,677 pounds! of U S. Senator L. Holland s
time
of the "Solid South" Bpeasard
the exception
the nfeeda-of! his family, to obtain ) uniform i nuts have been sold
ajiil I through the Home
m., Vemia C becoming Cray Lady I TonightStnrke's
'lIy.9.a. farm loan. It will and voters weary of strikes, received 008 votes In Bradford
a enlargement be service auction far this season
will
at his jobUnction and performing a so bring
A husband, was 'also be possible.. for"small farmersto I shortages, and other problems County to 76 for his Republican -
administration ing1
Greenngl. requested by the growers a return of 68225.
worker )In
obtain voted for "a change" in the hopeof opponent, J. Harry Schad.
The family had farm develop'mentworfarm I of the institution.! t t 00.( It Is estimated that two Tornadoes and the Fa-
Improvement loans for the latka Maroons demonstration bettering conditions On the bunts of stute-wlde returns,
: thirds of the has ben Bold gave nn apt
of Bradford for one There are 242 patients In the crop '
ndtnU
1 1Schad's
construction of buildings, fences I and L. T i of what happens when The Republican triumph wait re- Holland received 144.148 to
County Agent flyer
Xr. Pope is an employee hospital, men for whom the wares I
and Scott, or 'other needed Improvement I not over. predicts that the sale next Tuesday I Irresistible forces! meet Immovable I fleeted in a mild way In Florida 40,812.

nit,. Chapman Veterans with pensionable dlnabilitlea I' will probably be the 1st. All objects lint Friday, effectively by the election of a Republican, For the two places on the State t

art will be jible'to purchasea Mm. Breazealle wishes all ladles growers are urged to bring their' throttling each other for the'Alexander Ackerman Jr., to the Railroad Commlnnlon, the Democratic

Pope was born In Bacon small amount"of. acieaje,', !: Interested to contact her or the ppcnnn to the market early no thAt : duration of a hectic grll.battle.. State Legislature from Orange nominees, Jerry W Carter "4

Georgia, February 3, 1946, Mr. Hazen aid the newsgt'ncy: .,Chapter office immediately so they may be weighed. before the "The result:: a wurolees tie. I County ,the first time the. OOP "82 votes, and Wilbur C. 1
of A F. apd "pene- I I that the hospital may be notified I :
>
iltter has candidate there In
placed a King
would serve an a buffer 'againstthe tale starts at 2:30: p. m. I Playing/ at thin Maroon's home ( with 058, won easily in kl
boo Taylor. She !warn a how many to expect. Transpurtastion II IS years A Republican candidatefor :
Inroads of another depression, stand, tile evenly-matched teams
llrndford County over the Republican eti,
will be
Will classes
the BaptUt to the provided I
II Pint District
tree
,11th
Congress ,
that tin doors will always b. offered sterling defensive play In
j In the it Is found No More Cases contestant, Clifton P. ;
Chapter
addition
hue-
to her by
fA ; alH made notable showIn
: <> a -
.
uaable
who' to jtonth.
farmer the clutches and Although
to the I I ,
ti survived by a daugh- open 14,201. voles,, to 21.39S Seal, who received a' total ofM
i from other necessary. Of Smallpox ; the ball dewB.dowrnTleld.neitherieouM /if, receiving ;-
might
< '
tq ct 3atn 'credit I ; "
.VVirf'/ The' rtatfr-wM< "voie 1'w 11t!
U. IIIIt\.Mr\, some : for DemocraticIncupibent!
.
I t'\.t' final
% __ .; JI.- '11I'K"Ual9J'; -the
i Wai ton; her parents.-::1fr. sources..-w.. 1Ii"\;,."': ''' '''';, .. \ "aildlflbiiarVnaeii of smallpox' I yardage to the goal. i ii Joe Hendrlcks.f <$ Carter! 111.1 13r= Kfxg I01.D69and';
.J
Ai; Tay1ftit.tnf DI;t""tfl: "'- ':Guy Andrews have been reported in'Clay or I /nnctlc finish Scalf 37,002: ,

aetli!Taylor, ',,of ? Mayo, Funeral Kites Tuesdayor Union Counties this week and it i The game saw a Legion to Have Democratic nominees without
v'lion, in the final moments of '
1. W. A. and LaMi rry; of Mrs. Manire it hoped that the danger of a Republican opposition received 11
< 'rlar. Pnlatka tried for a field
\ elL; and : x'slstgrei Named Trustee widespread" outbreak will bo averted goal: from the 10 yard line ''heI Armistice DanceAll the fallowing "complimentaryvote" ;

ilt ]Dampier) ()t..PU1"Ft. : ]1rs. Matlia! E. Manire, 88, died, according ti,> a statement yesterday II'bull wan knockfil down by Man. of Bradford's Veterans and'; : l

N.t,4iieeni tricklepsti, of flnd.SheTTkcI !! by Dr. A. Y. T'ovlngton, I
( lli November
Latalne( here last Saturday Ap. .mtment t>f Guy Andrews ,nine:, stalwart guard from the their friends are Invited to the Kmory: IT Price, for representative -
Xn. Home' of most dirwtor of the Bradford County)
Hampton)
!lived 'as a member of the Hoard of loud I I IToI'' nKX'S. I Legion's Armlntlce Dance, S. O. In Congress., 688. ,
o4: MIMeS Teresa; ChrlsI life and had 'u'resitted III' Health Department. r
of her I Trustees won made by the City I : The local team was hanlllcsp.1 Denmark, pONt commander, announced Paul D. Barnes for Supreme t
< Margaret .Taylpr! of t.uKe..flr the.past two years. Council Tuesday night to fill the "Upon report of theRe cases blntte'nding I pad In the last half by this week The event,
k.:. i: ..- n: -, : -: i. 7, I Health Department Court Justice,' 603.
-Shew rf born September I Iot' unexplred term of Harry Hou, physicians, i Hna of its star ball-carrler,, :t toj be held In the Legion Hull on

xtause': : Poprf ,was" bom:1ta.rhJ1 ,:aS$8..ln..WoJana' Miss:, daughter ton, whose resignation was accepted I personnel Immediately Ch" : l leu Mooney,' who suffered a Munday, November 11, 'will begin Roy IL Chapman for Supreme

a.: : : 1945.; '!:he"""late Ephram 'and Sally effective October 22. Mr. Instituted. recognized measureifop f I knee Injury late In the second at'9 p. m. Court Justice! 662. _

bodies were removed to Cain Kent, who were natives was 'of ,:Andrews, eon< of G. W. Andrews I prevention of spread," Dr. I period. I The occasion I Is the first In a Edwin O. Fraser for State


were" held late John :Henry Manire. She ChtJrch.rs. was. I business In :starke after servingas contacts were and Isolation Immediate of cases vaccination and. Ilhe I hall on' down at the 10-yard'I by the Legion this winter. There N. D. Wainwright Jr for rep- ,

a. Thursday'at th '.1'i11'e 'Yuernberctthe Christian her '' a commissioned officer_with I of all contacts and non-im.J xtr pe, after 11- march downf leld, will be no admission charge, Denmark rniMtntatlve In State Legislature, :

!>t>tht Church at Alma. f- .- Manire Is survived by I I the U. S. Navy at the Banana whll h featured the Mooney.tofi said. A'committee In 6.rt15.. u
of
it was In the family'\ plot daughter; Mrs. :Mae'Brannen, I I River Air Base during most of mane population. I : sons, T. H., "There two ol I R. L, Crawford, county commissioner
Cwtery there Jacksonville, ,five '''the war years.Among are only way half ended with the Tornado* arrangement, with 'A. 'L.. Crosb.J
G. of Starke. \ the' health I District Two, OftT.
jments DeWltt Charlie E. and C. preventing smallpox. again threatening to score from
matters -chairman
were
by the important was appointed at)a
Earl L.. of Panama City, and C. ::| the Council at th director said. "One Is by havingthe the 13. I recent meeting. Music will be T. C. Chastaln, county commissioner ;

and a brother, discussed by disease, and the other Is by the 1 1"11' ,of
,
R., of Jacksonville meeting that did not adjourn Notwithstanding heard. over a recently-purchased District Pour, 610
IJ '" Lonnle Kent, of Genoa, Texas. lengthy vaccination. The latter procest II Mooney, Gelger's men approached '
wound
loners until almost midnight was : system. J. S. Norman, momber School
Funeral services were held at I produces rapid Immunity againsl dirt In the final period, losing
of the location of pay The sch .. Board District 632.
the possibility I current dul of the veteran's One
5th at the If It be don
Monday 2-30: p. m. November Center the disease and can < the ball on the 11-yard line.
and u factory in the Blanding after 1 group calls for bustneni H. B. member SCh Ol'
Christian Church I within 24 to 43 hours ex.poBure The Tornadoes were rated Crosby,

on the County Commls1'imda Hampton conducted by the Rev. FredS. IJull lng. Major Eugene D. Connfll to. smallpox disease .the slight favorites over Palatka, and. I meetings the fourth Tuesday Board, District Three, 619. !
were Center,
of Blandln and dunces
entertainment .
or
G.I I
president on
I
,
last Monday saw Dodd,. assisted by Rev. W. and protection will develop before the a clear margin In statistics suggested I On the four amendments that
at the meeting the second of
Tuesday each
natters of county road Smedley of Lake Butler, and Rev. I'was present effort to obtain sums In- fllneaan :begln," the local boy would have I month. were of so-called local application .
of
"aM a referral In a re- Sam I. Smith, of Jacksonville. Interment told the building. Approximately 800 children and! i won the tilt, given a couple of and not of state-wldq interest \
l I t to occupy
tax redaction and a wad at the Hampton lu try dads agreed to waive adults' eerie vaccinated In Union I breaks and the full-time serviceof I the Bradford vote was: ;
< I(The city j, several hundred In Students to Aid
| routine authorizations Cemetery. County And Mooney. No.
for a 1 (
a plant Orange County office
Active pall bearers were six :I'city taxes on Bucn in the event Clay C>n 1'1 ty. :Many have ales I! Starke led In first down, 13 I County USO Drive consolidation) 84 for 143 f
baby I of five years against. '
and I period
Loren 171 yards
J. P. Starling'and Cleo Halide been vaccinated In Bradford to 4. The team gained
grandsons :' to more / No. 2
employment (Rxemptina
asked that there be noM Marvla Jones Kent and Fred that it gives t County by the Health Depaitment' ''hy I rind"ing. as compared with 73 I :Mrs. T. II. Osborne. clialrma from Plant City
I| than :50 persona. for Pstatka Passing/ / netted 48 Hlllaborougri County tax office
the location of the Manire. and private physicians. of the current U80 fund drive,,
I Consideration; was given to the I while the Maroons racked consolidation) : 88 for, 149 ,
&ndrews" road which local "It In Advisable to have all yards, announced yesterday that Mrs

zhway 200 at a point T. Stokes tenewal licenses fur thiee children vaccinated, preferably before .27. George Roberts will accept con. altaJn t. '
the coun- I
John taxicab companies, and '" f The BHS eleven returns to Its No. 3 (Hay
north of Starke, and one year of; age, Dr. Coy trlbutlons at Lawtey and Re..leCoillun County tax collectIng -
an
l utwardt o the Clay Buried LaCrosseJohn cllmen agreed to abide by the Ington aaW.'Do not wait for an own field tonight (Friday) whrre I will nerve In thl* capacity plan) : 81 for 1M against.

I"- The request was original ordinance favoring Impending outbreak. Do It now an excellent turnout In expected to at Hrooker, No. 0 Rucambf, County judge f
stokes SO, retired far- of four cabs by A. E. witness the enodunter with New- and solicitor j
T. 31 at I operation will and If cases occur vaccinated Individuals Mrs. Osborne poke on the elections 101 for,
Oct. companies .
hrthcr step to build a mer died Thursday. heart iicKinney., Other will be secure," the director berry It was not certain y. drive at a special assembly In the 1S9 against.All .
of a submit application would twIn
11 Into the Indian Rock his home u the result Illness. be required to decision aj conclu
j on Santa Fe Lake the attack following a year's Countyin bur a permit with a remainingwIth sufficiently good shape to play. that: students will take an active on the basis of state-wltto !

aatructed to check.rec- He was bom In Bradford of the to the number of cabs further Rotary Hears Need Without,him. the Tornadoes might part In helping! to raise Bradford returns.
It was
a son Council Into trouble.
and was the well run
determine If the Board 1866 Stokes. cabs are to be County's $1,000 quota: On the controversial 4 and 0, i
Victoria all
to H. E. and stipulated that Of Continued USO I'I'I
the of late the Florida
right-of-way married to the each 30 days by the It Is pointed out that this county -I vote wa: ,

*d route which will In 1891 he was Elizabeth Parker of I inspected department, and that prices Cooperation of tile Rotary ClubIn Recent Birth still has 391 men In service No. 4. 2U.81S for, 8 ,91:1: against. ,
I
torn Hannah police
Highway.' 21. If late of I who still benefit from No. 5, 27,831 for 84,444 f j
cab. USO ,
may
He was a member must be displayed In each the current USO fund drive MICHAEL!: ANGELES!' MARt'CA against.

twill be aoqulred'atby LaCroIl88.Baptist Church and a Ma oBi i purchase of a three-way stoplight was asked at the regular luncheon Mr. and Mm. M. A. Maruca announce camp"ows and other operations j 1 ]
the
Funeral services were held sunId to be Installed at the intersection meeting Wednesday by T. H. O.- the birth of a son. Michael "If 13 Is given for each man still ,. J.
Mrs. ,
Maude CrewsItducuon In the Antioch Baptist Churchsting. of Call Street and borne. who explained the continued Angeles, Jr., on Saturday, Oct. fi, In uniform from this county we Need A School House? f ?
was referred to ;r I could raise
Rev. J. 1. Norris offici. was approved. need for USO while there In the Alachua County Hospital) easily our 11000 ,
the Avenue
with "
Attorney for Investl- Temple :Mrs. Osborne .
stated.It
Antioch quota
In in uniform In the '
Interment was W. M. Edwards and are still men Anybody wanna, buy a srheolhmirx 1'
report. ,
Councilman 8.111"1&.uN: TICKERMr. t planned to clone the drive '
fufonere approved the Cemetery near LaCro se. by five I City Clerk Carl Johns were named post war period. and Mr. B. W Tucker of around November 25. >f i >
inn Mr. Stokes is survived to attend a meeting The Army and Navy Departments The community of Therm 4
the
deputy sheriff Mrs. R. H Wilder, delegates of Municipalities lave asked that USO be NashviHe, Tenn.? sjmounce has one to ....IL '
["amount of |1000 for children, of the Florida League of daughter Barbara Jean, ,
Jacksonville birth a Transfers
Mrs, Glady' Lee held in Miami continued through 1947, Mr. Oa- Realty It MN-nM that when. the There '
.lad be
Perry; to Tucker la the
casualty company. Live : on Oct. 21. Mm. .
Du Bradford County *** school wax poiMollitatMfwith
for 20 sets of 18-Inch : Mrs. Tamale Sapp and J. B. !November 24-27. for the purpose of borne stated. In service and former Miss Evelyn Edward. U. 8. Wajidin to Louis! Welgand, lIan..to- h. School
; Bessie diversion still has 391 men
filed culverts 20 feet Oak 1dn. of Lacrosse: and a ?, discussing the $3 Is given for each man, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T C. of King County N. Y., lOll acre Roan donated the f ram* I
both municipalities.The If
IUthorized. Stokes, Nathan stokes, Raiford'iTwo state funds to local quota. of $1000 will be rain Edwards of Lawtey. In Sections 19 and 30, Township building to t h n community e

brother Councilmen announced com- Rotarian was given alist SOlVeD South. Price indicated by for OMt a* a rrntor. Now th.iroinmlttra
ed. Each MOHLKVMr. :
to Close of the new City Pound SUB Incumentary stamp. recorded In Charge t* hop. t
to
pletion of people
BerriesThe foot- of four names and Mrs. 1.. E. Mosley announce -
Ripe situated north of the BUS fund with deed: 6000. Ing to sell! the building Sad
for
see and solicit the birth of a daughter,
tice Day A'1 fee will be charged i um the fund. drrlvrd for the
I continued warm weather tall field. cattle. Scoutmaster E. T. ahull Introduced Sue, on Sunday. October 27. In Jim Forrest to T. If. McNelll,
of tWO more for impounded Newcomb and Van Hospital. Astern half of Lots 1, 2, and 3if erection aim more waters
for County
the 46,1 Bert the Alachua
Armistice on It possible 194 later.HoniMt .
made for txill'llnr
Iov be brougllt Audit Report of Scout r Block Two In the Wynn's Ad-
An Boy
mber to two members
nth. will be I strawberries Powers, of Priest If sweet
ripe were and lltlon to Starke. Price Indicated you a
1rIth These Purvis. Gray made brief talk and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd
the all WE'ek. by Troop 7O. who )(r.
closing of to town this approved.jess recorded : roof fJ'f'1' your head atat Really ,
IOOO.
has I by stamps: $
who was and Mrs
Gainesville Scouting Shepherd
the pro- I. P.
65aut the I Wright on phases of Jr., Mrs. (
Oscar
day. Mayor folks to thrawduyii
sonic win
t crown by on hisIndicluone \ ; attended funeral T. S. Williams to Marlon W. i
the Rotarytub
Darby has announced. I 16.000 thriving plants, Present StrlcklanTand drier Agra cram and thanked of the C. C. Shepherd late W, C. Jones! Jomar, Alken. 8. C., Lots 1. 2, 3, you might submit a Mdto
DIY for the
Starke I Its sponaonhlp services
for .
.
.
meeting Monday. north of York City,; ('Iytt. Hall of Theresa bm.f
farm success- 1Wright of New of last week. 12.1 13, and 14 of Block eleven,
dud slain for a very i\W Troop. In Tampa Thursday n. Nnvrtnbcr I",
approval are I Jacksonville eeekmhegrheek.
,. Bill Watson of brother of Mr.. I. P.q.her 'ruby's Addition to nta rke. Prte*
and Tr. Jens a
says a ,
he the meetlnt
group .
County* school gcason. with their, Following :
'e45ye ful berry the weekend di-I 1n St. Vln- tnrtJIPtCM.I; ty rccur.Ud stamps
anent ub was taken by
The Courthouse and Mrs. Jsonville. i ; ''eo. !
.
t"r"io." owing to the Mrs, R. A. WeekS Thursday In ,''a <, .1 I a. I rr I'T m. Stud!. !nJ'. Hospital 1 Cc n. .

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STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAV, NOVEMBER 8.1
UGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TEUCGRAP1I. __ : ;
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Outstanding W. E. Allen, who will visit for We ) YOUR
l-lRetire
LAWTEY' Booked at 'Florida several weeks. f WAGON

Established 1871E. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant of Gainesville }
BICYCLE i
By The School Management of the Florida of Mr. Repaint! (
L. Matthew ._._____ Editor and Owner . .. e . Theatre has announced two outstanding and Mrs.were M.Sunday L. W&tterson.guests Mrs. Repair 3 TRICYCLE I

m i film productions for next W. H. Maxwellwere STROLLER
Watteraon and
raMlabe4 Weekly ,on Fridays.ad Entered fc* Second CUM Matterat The Lawtey, PTA sponsored a week. A widely-acclaimed 20th attending to business In Re-model U4 CARRIAGE
Carnival 0 n Hallowe'en: night.
the Port Office,at Starke, Florida. Century.Fox ,release, "Anna and Jacksonville Thursday last.
The school grounds were decorated the King of Slam", starring Irene GIVE US A TRIAL
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn are
in with
and lighted keeping Dunne, will be shown Sunday and Ii

Armistice Day. chief the attractions Hallowe'en were customs.the country The- A Monday technicolor November presentation 10th and of 11th.the do enjoying, N. C.a,vacation Mrs. Wynn'8 In Cerro former Gor- Biggs & Baker Bicycle Store

store and fish pond. The Will James' story "Smoky," follows home.
l' Guest editorial by Win." M. Duncan ladles served\. Ice cream and dinners on Tuesday, continuing Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy and 125 West Call St.' Starke Fla.

On Monday, November 11, Americans will observethe were sold In the cafeteria. through Thursday. children, James and Jean of
second Armistice since the late war. The date marks Several homemade cakes'were, "Anna and the King of Siam," Starke, were visiting Mrs.' Ann

the close of that first and most,tragic I of world ,con sold. I a best-seller by Margaret Landon, R, Guy on Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
flicts-in which soldiers treasured the belief that their A prize was offered for the ,Is reported to have received lavish and Mrs. J. C. Wynn and wle,.
best costume and Joyce, Bennett! With the Mrs. Carlton Chastaln
screen treatment. Mr. and
the i '
nations
would end strife They, men
victory among received the prize of $1. Several'cityof! Bangkok In the 1890's affording were recent visitors to Plant From where I sit
of fighting the' Kaiser Joe
of the Allies, bore the burden children were dressed In costumesand an exotic story back .by Mars
against' all odds, and won. But mankind lost in, its City.Mr.
the judges had a hard time ground the studio reputedly spenta and Mrs. Patterson and little
supreme purpose. Whether because of mediocre diplo- making; their decision. The car year's research and 400.000 daughter, Benna Ruth of Lit

macy, or injustice, this unhappy earth found ,itself not nival was a financial success. The for 67 exteriors and 34 palace In- tie Rock, Ark., are now located Who Gets Off? Easiest-
ready, not capable of supporting an enduring peace, and PTA wishes! to thank all who teriors. The, cast with Miss here, with an apartment at the 1
war came again. helped In any way with the car. Dunne Rex Harrison and Linda home of Mr. and Mrs.. Luther
nival. Darnell In the starring rolls has Men or V/cmsn?
Now, and henceforth, that original Armistice is to Watterson.
Rev. C. B. North, Mrs. O. W. been praised by Broadway critics. ,
.share its symbolism with others-the V-E V-J, and Mrs. Hester Hall left last week t .
Roberts; Mr. and Mrs. L. H Fred is starred '
Popular tI
the V days, each a monument to the fine qualities that Futch and Mica Lou Edwards represented In "Smoky"McMurray, a technicolor for Tampa to visit her daughter.Mr. .1 Maybe'yon saw that poll on who deep. ,Thad !knows way deep an

.man realizes when his battle is won, and he yearns .to the Lawtey Methodist western produced In the mountain and Mrs. C T. Hall and. has the easiest life-men or wontthat the Minus has plenty of wen <

fight no more, Church at a Unit Conference of regions of Utah. He is supported family of Jacksonville visited relatives ? Of course the,men.voted that running ahouse, ; and Sue !lin<

But the reality of two wars has taught that hope the Methodist Churches In the 'by Anne Baxter and Burl Ives, here Sunday I the women did, and' the women Thad's friendly glass of beer l le.,

and more good intentions are not enough. The general north end of the Gainesville Dis- noted ballad singer.Hampton. . . . vice versa. deserved relaxation after a I
trict. The meeting was held In I It would be the same in our town ht-rd day's work.
ized statement of high principles become meaninglessin "
'
e . . .
St.. Johns Church
near Worthington Thad From
failure of governments to make specific application Brooker -take any :family. Phibba where I sit,most hush
Springs last Tuesday evening. envies his Missus spending the day antI wires may grumble
nobler now
of all methods consistent with their desires.' i
I Diplomats and the peoplethey serve must,hide nothingin Wesley,Wilkinson la home with By Mrs.. T. W. Marliey, I at home, with no hot office to atth.en. ---but they know in tl

their relationships with others, but must face the a' discharge from the Army after By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney .1 tend to. And Sue envies Thad his hearts it's a case' of live and

facts, sparing no.detail as they deal with truth. Problems Wesley having .Is seen the service oldest )Ion in of Japan.Mr. ., e ''. . Leon I Lewis of Tavares spent II I luncheons with the beer boys with' ; and friends His live pretty, give and in take the, that COllies
akin t> misunderstanding and distrust when glossedovet' the first of the week with Mr. evening glass"o( even end.
< ,, and Mrs A. J, Wilkinson of Law- Wilbert, A, Hall preached Ms cleans the dishes in
while she
'I, and Mrs. E. J. Lewis. ( up
,, cannot be solved., Unheeded, they may be tey.Paul initial sermon to a large and Interested the kitchen). '
1'Of
,temporarily forgotten, until, fattened on prejudice and Bennett and Miss Frankie congregation last Sunday Mrs O. J. Mott of Raiford was 9e
I hate, they spring into view as the monsters ,which verge Mae Smith were united in marriage morning at the Baptist Church. here Monday visiting Mrs. Beanie! I I course, none of It'aoes very
.into war.. in Folkston, Ga., last Sat He also spoke at the evening ser Mott and Mr. and -Mrs. L. A. >"

If the ''citizens of this' other I urday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. vice. Mr Hall's ordination as a I Mott. Copyright 1946 Moire SlaUt Sreuert ftunju.FREE .
,
country, or any on I I
Bennett are making their home In minister .Is tentatively scheduledfor Mrs. Reta Brown of High
.which world leadership depends, cherish any ,further Lawtey where Mr.. Bennett, Is In 3 P. M: Sunday, November Springs and Joe Douglass of
illusions which underestimate ,the price and value of business. 24. He will'then serve as an Gainesville were Sunday guests of

security, the time to dispell) them.is now There can Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosley of assistant pastor to the present Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott. r

be no encouragement ,of an old order of a generation Jacksonville and Mr. 'and Mrs. pastor, W. A. Scott of Starke. Miss Madeline Green of Jacksonville -
'when men could kill only a certain number, because of Jack Reynolds of Baldwin were Patrons the Hampton Schoolare spent a few days recently .
the slowness of .and visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mos Invited to attend the weekly
transportation, a war would Inevitably with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
end with many survivors. ley Sr. last Saturday and Sun- chapel programs each Friday afternoon Dave Green.
at 2:30: in the auditorium.
The price of security Is that there can be no Indifference day.The Woodlawn Baptist Church Last Friday an amusing program Mr. and Mrs. Luther Sowell returned -

t and no postponement of endeavor to correct held man's faults as revealed in the myth of his super- by Lake :last 'Sunday. and this Friday Nov. 8th, Petersburg where they had been

nationalistic, hyper-racial ultra-provincial prejudices. Mr. and Mrs Allen Starling and Armistice Day will be observed visiting relatives.
son, Frederick, ,of Jacksonvillewere with and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis demons
various readings
Prejudice is deemed false-If men are to accept the songs
Mrs. Nathan have moved from here to La- ,
visiting Mr. and by children of the grades.
promise that they are superior to the animals and that ,
Crosse.
the weekend.
Starling over Mrs. Marlon Weest
spent several -
it is possible for. them to live without o
,
destroying one Miss Clara Marie Pringle attended days last' week In Miami Mr. and Mrs. Ray Green were $
another. Prejudice is the root of hatred, and without a weiner roast at the homeof visiting her husband, Gordon visiting Rev. McGauley In Palatka 0 k, '

it, there could not be war. her slater, Mrs. Emellne Bell, Weeat who( Is employed there. Sunday.A. ,I I$ '

America can do no more than its share in prevent- In Baldwin last Saturday night. Miss Edna Dudley spent the B. Surrency spent part of '

ing another world conflict; but that share is its re- Mills Elizabeth Padgett of weekend In Newberry. last week at Dukes with R. E.

sponsibility. The measure of its success: is the sum of Jacksonville was visiting MUs Miss Clarice Beadlescomb was and W. L. Parrish. 1
'
I Joyce Bennett last Sunday. Miss the of Mr. and Mrs O. D.
efforts of individual citizens. guest
Unless the greatest and Mrs. Louise Parker and daughter -
_
with her
the smallest of us seek out and eradicate the cause of mother Padgett from recently Lawtey moved to Jackson Gay Saturday and Sunday On Shirley Nell, spent MondayIn
Sunday Mas( Beadlescomb, Miss
whatever his degree//of ill will, toward his fellow man, ville and all the young people Madge Gay Miss Harvene Wat- Gainesville
5
we cannot honestly deny, a',part of the blame for war were glad to have her visiting In terson-anjFrederick Waterson Mrs. Mel Vlckey and Mrs.' Ernest

and the spirit of, war. We cannot safely spare our Lawtey. I enjoyed a eight seeing trip to Edwards' were hopping in y a. m *
selves in endeavor to determine and repair Jhe defects MtsH Omega Pukes of West Silver Springs.L. Gainesville Thursday afternoon.Mr. .
M
of our moral armor. Otherwise we and others ;nay fail, Palm Beach was visiting her uncle .. J. Wynn was a business and Mrs. T. VV, Markey and BREAD BASKET
and this Armistice and V-day may one day stand for and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. visitor to Tampa 'on Monday.Mr. John William Green were In
futility and ultimate barbarism. flitch, last week. and Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth, Starke Saturday afternoon.L. !
Mills Blithe Collins spent Sat Sr., and son, Walden will leave A. Brown made a business
urday and Sunday with her Friday for a brief trip to Dor- trip to Gainesville Monday.

44 Can' Use More Pulpwood mother The Lawtey In Gainesville City Council met chester Pete, S Roberts C. returned home|made Clyde a trip Cone to and the Duval Leslie Farmers Green IP YOU BAK8 ,AT HOMe : : : hurry! Sen

In the Council Room last Flelacbmann's wonderful re
Monday Saturday from St.. Luke's Hospital Market In Jacksonville Saturday 40-page
gpajr WRITE TIMBER DEPT evening. After the regular rou- Jacksonville, and Is now afternoon. .Iprt; book. 70 tested recipes for delicious b
tine business was transacted the 'convalescing at his home here. f rolls deaeerta. make with Fie
Container ( ; Mrs. Winfred Hazen and small ,, : S ; Easy to
t Corp'n.' of America. Fcrnandlna. Fla. Council adjourned. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Chastaln daughter were shopping in Gainesville mann'a Ft.ah Active Yeast-for the deli

YOUTH of Bradenton were guests last Thursday of last week.. 1
GROUP MEETS I flavor and fine texture that mean pe
week of Mr, and Mrs. T. C. Chas-
Mr, and Mrs. Gerald
The Garfield Evans Youth Fellowahlp
FREE
I baking Send for
talru, Kingsley Lake were here Saturday success. your
Union met with the Law
Mrs. Wilbert Hall recently spent today to FleI chmann' Yeast, Box
tey MYF last Monday evening. visiting her parents. Mr. and
Pressure Cookers There were 49 young people from several ing relatives.days in Tallahassee She was accom-visit- Mrs Blrt Stokes. I Grand Central Annex, New York 17,1

Starke, Melrose and Lawtey present

After the devotional the q -., r "".
young people went Into a business .
session. At the close of the business :., -'. -

Metal 1 Wastebaskets session the, young people .', -" :: >.,'
were invited Into the Sunday "

School Annex where. refreshmentswere
CAKE served I .
SETS
.
The following pastors were present rI -. .- ".
'
: Rev. Church well of Starke; -. '. :'.' '. '.
CANNISTER'SETSBREAD
Rev. Crawford of Melrose and ';, '
: : -
BOXES Rev. North of Lawtey. The next : .:.,:-: :-,,: -,,< :--:' .<<.
Union will be held In Starke.
.
All White With PeachDesignsTARPAULINS :Mr. and Mrs Nathan Starlingand
.
i family. Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Bush, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Snpp
and baby all attended a well-
digging and chicken supper at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. John Star -I

8x10 10x12 12x16 ling last Friday.
Mrs. J. J, McLeod of Melrose
-- visited Mr. and Mrs. A. M.' -. ,-
Blanchard lat Tuesday evening..
New Shipment GARDEN HOSE Mr and Mrs. A. D. Crosby of

Starke were visiting in Lawteylast
IN 25 Ft. & 50 Ft. LENGTHSFARMER'S Sunday. i
Mia Loca Rafuse spent. Sunday ''' I i
with Miss Ida Lee Starling of "
'Hellbronn Springs.Mr. \

SUPPLYMIKE and Mrs. Jessie Starling of eJ
\ i iI
Dartow were visiting; their son-
MAHUCA. OWNER in-law and daughter Mr, and Mrs I !
.- A H. C. Wainwright..last week.
Nathan Starling and W. E.
3 Bush were In Klngsley, Ga., on I I I
business this week. '

When Your Tires Are Slick H. A. Robinson of Miami was :
Time to Recap! the weekend visitor of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan 'Starling.
RECAPPING G. W. ,Sapp 'was a business
AND VULCANIZING visitors to ,Gainesville Monday.
ALL SIZE TIRES

AND TUBES Mcintosh Opens

21-HOUR SERVICE Booking Agency

BEST MATERIALS
T. R. iR.dl McIntosh, representative
-a. GRADE "A" RUBBER of Don West and his DriftIng -

i Y Workmanship Guaranteed Rangers, has opened a ,book. / /
t Ing agency at 116 S. Walnut
I PHONE 79 street. McIntosh will schedule all

of the unit's Florida appearancesat .
his Starke
office.

STARKE TIRE SERVICE The. group, specializing In west- ,.
'
ern folk music, was recently featured
"
over XERA.. Del Rk, Texas. OtTllO UNDII AUTHOIITY Of THl'COCA-COIA COBfAHT IT
7' Adjoining: Temple Garage Temple Ave. Mclntosh, aa experienced show

t man, appears) with the Rangersas
CO
'{ f a comedian. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING
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New River I by Mr.Dlnsmore and Mrs Dairies.J, H. Hundley left

, SCHOOL JOURNAL Monday for their new home In I -s i t3. r :

Ily The School Draper, N. C. j SIMIAY PAINTING !
_H_ .. . . Mrs J. A, Bouvier spent the "AT POUR IIO IE"I I
; 011 -A BATTLE . AUTOS REFRIGERATORS '
. IN THE SwAp greater part of the past week In
\Pt"OUD HIGH'SCHOOL LAN US" Queen Contest Rev. and Mr, Tmby ParrIsh McIntosh as the guest of Mr. and DRAKE SIGNS 305 Church I

NEWS Arouses were accompanied by his brother Mrs. Cecil McRae Milts Betty
Interest
By Jeanette and ..
; Grcmer sister-in-law of Tampa. Rev. McRae of FSCW Tallahassee was
"; In High School and Mrs. Parrish Sunday to New the
jltor.ln-Clllef.I
Old Shim, giant black overnight guest of Mr. and
jurklfgdrlrtj IIWltkln" the'deep Louisiana bear of River Baptist Church. They returned Mrs. Bouvier Friday going on to

veak for the first time swamps In felt Well I guess you all know the to Santa Fe for dinner. her home in McIntosh with them R. B. Alvarez & Son

\ Kdltor He had lost too much his life. biggest new of the week. That's Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wiggins Saturday. Mr. Bouvier returned
lanai Brown tlll the blood. And l the start of the Football Queen of Jacksonville attended church home Monday.

tight side< angry red hole In his I Contest for the most popular services Sunday and had dinner! S-Sgrt. J. R. Jones lei now ta-

Sports, Editor. The continued to bleed. girl out of high school. We are with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. tinned at Ft. Bragg N. C. Until Transfer & Storage Co. i
Stele Weldon S bear rested with his back really going to have a hard time I Math Sapp of Lake Butler. living arrangements there can be

against shallow a low rock cliff near too deciding Just where to drop our Mr and Mrs P. D. Parrish and effected Mrs. Jones -and their Phone 179
water. !
Student Advisor; \- The battle raged votes. children of Hellbronn Springs had daughters are with Mr. and Mrs
Blanchard Law grimly on three sides. His mate The few candidates were' selected Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier here. e '

,: -' and Little Shim their cub, were from each of the four upper C. E. Andrew and family. 'Major Martin Coiner arrived We operate local and lone
making the two remaining bear. clauses. The seniors chose Jackie Tuesday of last week from 'Ft. ,
dogs pay for every Inch of I Haaklns; the Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Pattersonof Sam Houston Texas Moving and distance in
ground juniors, Edith Man Lake and he and '--. .Anywhere ;
Editorialwing :! gained. Three other dead dogs' ning; the sophomores, Doris Mon- and Mra. City were visiting Mr, Mrs. GrIner and their lion, Martin. Siptagr.
M. L Johns and the State of Florida.
lay along the course of the chase !crief and the freshmen, Jo Ann family III. are spending Maj., Orlner'n :
first publication Friday afternoon.
: the The remaining ones continued to bin kins. terminal leave with Mr and MM.
. mhool news, for the year, bark and bring tho hunters In. For you who don't know, thisis Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Mann M. B. Grlner. Sunday visitors of .: Fast Careful Moving i

11 to take the opportunity Old Shim was weak from'the bullet sponsored by the Junior class and daughter, Marion: Kay, of the Qrlners were Mr. and Mrs. --- iI

8> my appreciation to'the wound and soon the hunters every year. Each class elects a Ocala spent Sunday with her par. Martin Relnau of Palatkn. ... I
aembers of the'atAff and would be upon them all. His, i epr"sentative and each representative enta. Mr. and Mra. H. L. Johns. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews and I

II for tho cooperation they' mate and Little Shim would not chooses two campaign manage Mr and Mrs\ Jay Moody and son. Spencer, were dinner guests
.owlng with reference, to leave him. He roughly growled, ra. These campaign managerssee I children had dinner with her of Mr and Mrs. D. L. Shaw in :

iorlalwork. "Save yourselves, I am done for" to It that their own particular mother, Mra. Ada Kelly of Ral- LaCrosse at noon Sunday.
a,flI may peak for the en- but they returned, "No, we shall candidate Is advertised, her votes ford, Sunday.Mr. Miss LUlL Rae Caldwell, student ,

.Wf In extending"a' sincere: perish together." I counted and anything else of and Mrs. S. L. Crews and at FSCW Tallahassee spent

)pu i to our advisor. TWr.I One of the remaining dogs gota that sort. Every vote Is one cent, daughter. Jonnie l i-ances, were the past weekend with her parents
4 I Law, who ,haa'contrlb-' death hold on Little Shim's neck. I and anyone can vote as many !shopping In Gainesville Thursday Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell qilIldI

l nedously In wore Wayaae Soon his fangs had pierced the times as'you have cents. In case "I
'
nope' to I
We surely Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
tough neck outer covering. Each you haven't figured It out yet, Mr. and Mrs Johnnie Andrews
achievements worthy H of,the bunched mighty muscles for the the object la to raise money for and children of Lake Butler Rradlv during the weekend Wf'reMr. t i
he has given. and Mrs. Vance of
GeIger
OM death the Junior class.
struggle. I spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs '
yok: .you also to the followas EpurreJ Here Is the list of candidatesand H. L. Johns Jacksonville and Bradley: Geiger )precyaleservice
to
members and assistants: desperate measures their of University of Florida, Gaines _
1'1 Mooney, chairman,' Bllitrdj by the success of his partner, the Jackie Masking campaign Dot manager Anderson.: Mrs. Dorothy Barr and Windell ville. our

Senior Class reporter; remaining' dog made his bid for Edith Manning Annette Gun. :Moody of Jacksonville spent Sun .1, A. nouvier. Jr.? of Miami I
Sargent, aectetary; 'Lou .ame. Jockeying briefly for position ter and Sharon Hall. lay afternoon with her grandparents spent Thursday, night of last week

U and Betty HoVne, re- he feinted expertly to the Doris Moncrlef-Janet Anderson Mr, and Mrs. G.V.. An with Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Bouvier.. =-

q committee; Verne Cherry, aide, caught the old she-bear In and Joan Carpenter. I drews. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McMillan ---So
inlitant; and Merry Wink- the process of wheeling quickly, Jo Ann Din kins-( not Mr. and Mrs: Pete Yarbroughand moved )Monday to Bradenton I ,
_ling the compiler, Mary and dived In for a quick neck hold. announced). managers son, Harold, of 'RaIford were where Mr. McMillan Is working
His visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. H. with the State Sweaters that
sharp fangs sank Into an Remember the voting Isn't restricted Beverage Depart re- \
I li doing some fine work already bleeding neck. With a and It Un't restricted to Moody Sunday. ment. tain their color and j
it Editor-in-Chief of the mighty effort old Shim rallied, the high school. Mr, and Mr. Harold Shiver !Mr. and Mrs G. S, Chambers hape are a wise

Ibope my work In connecitth .ushed to the aid of his mate and The football games this year have moved to Lake Butler. He of Tallahassee spent the past l investment. To be '
-1th la now employed with REA.A weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. K!
the will prove as a mighty blow sent the
paper dog have gone pretty well so far, and sure that your
large crowd
enjoyed the Sun- Chambers.
ktory as theirs has.' hurtling through space. He lauded think will Last
we they right on. '.. sweulers will stay
In a series of somersaults day School Hallowe'en party' at Friends of Mr. and Mra. C. H.
and the Tornadoes well
Friday, were
Long Bridge Christian Church Walnwrlght will be Interested In fresh-looking and lovely
GROUPSOFFICERS
B\L ray still among the green fern. supported In Palatka. The town
U Friday night. knowing that their daughters, send them here. Scien.
Whirling swiftly the old she- has been turning out mlghtly well Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Andrews Mrs. C. W. Gaylord of Palatka Uric methods assure you

following officers have been bear lunged for the remaining I thin year. It really encouragesthe were visiting Sonny Roberts at and Mrs. Leonard Johnson of smart sparkling clean I : ,

In the following groups: tormentor. The cub wan struggling team to see that so many the home of hla parents, Mr. and Tampa, are recuperating nicely sweaters.' 1
-fro: Billy Cresnler. less and less. She was upon people are interested in the way Mrs C.: A. Roberta at'Lake. But following simultaneous .major operations :
a: Thomas Harding. : him, had, his head between her I the games are going.It I ler Thursday. .: "

..TreasKupar'Duncan.: great jaws, before the dog knew seems as though there has This !Is one of the harden weeks 'Mrs. Calvin Williams and little I

irten: Peggy Caldwell! Encfon what was' happening. been some confusion about the ,of cur school: We are having I daughter Sandra/ of Palatka
,
Little Shim rallied weakly. Old games for the rest of the season. midterm I exams. vlHited Mr. and ,Mrs.O.K. Crews 1MIONK 135

: Bert Newcomb .Hazel Shim pulled himself up from Unless someone else backs out or Mr and Mrs. Carl Ward of 1 for several days during the past RO T. 11 1rI'\A 315 j ji
i lid Saralyn Morrla.tret where he had fallen after savinghis something else happens, here Is Jacksonville attended church Sun week. i

/ : Dottle Sue Biggs.. mate's life, and panted "Comelet the schedule for the remainder of (day and were dinner guests of Among those attending the (GREEN 9letu jl u Temple s

,*: Billy Booth. us go before It Is too late." the year: Mr. and Mrs R. R. Andrews; a'-.j; Starke-Palatka football game In ., :- S_ &Wo. Ave.
[.Treas Alice Lappe. Slowly and painfully the bears Nov. 8-Newberry, here family.Mr. Palatka Friday night were Mr Owner'JIfI1f111 ,

oter: Helen Whitfield. lumbered away. The hunters Nov. 15-St. Leo, here. and Mrs. C. P. Cowen of and Mrs. O. B. Thompson, Miss

Dors: Billy Booth. Delores would not follow them, longer to Nov. 22-Open. Gainesville spent the weekend Virginia Kngrnm, Delbert Crews,

,!lie Biggs. day. The loss of five valuable Nov. 28-Lake City, here. with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Mm. G. E. Crews and little Miss ..--- _._- .. --..-.- ,_, -
Pni: Carl Johns ,; dog In the eerie swamplands Dec. 6-Alachua, here. M, L. Johns. Carolyn Crews I
would be enough. We hope to have a post season Mr. and I 'j
*r.; Billy Thigperu,t; Mrs R. J. Petty of
:rnaa\.rO; ; i.uwla; Old' Shim feU a'eave afd again.The game but It la not certain yet.mOOnAl'lliES Raiford were vlaitlng1, Mr. and "" ''

uttrjf! Will'be "elected:: others did not him until RiTrs. Melton Kerce and children
I he lay In safe shadows. They FACULTY' '
ion: Beverly' Chadwell, Saturday \\v
Engram. I brought him a bleeding piece of Miss Cozette Sapp of Jacksonville : .

Plea: Tommy',HIcka. fresh kill. He revived and, madeIt :Mrs.. IVrklns spent Monday night and '

: George RIcka. to a stream. Here he lay feverish first time I saw Mrs. Ruby Tuesday with her parents, Mr. "
trees: Muriel Ritch. for days. Old Shim got The und Mrs. E. H. Sapp.
I In her ninth
Perkins, was
Mae
'back the trail. He was a bit Miss
more scarred, but Old Shun was grade home room. weekend in Lake Butler
with Miss
II: M y r t Ice Warren, general mathema ,0
she taught me
Brown. himself again.DEAD Gwendolyn Rimes. ,
tics. The next year she taughtme "
Gene Andrews spent Thursday .
algebra 1. In both these years ..
night with Mr. and Mrs. Guy An-
MDALIVRATONE; Mrs. Perkins proved to be all thatI
SEA 1,300 FEET DEEP drews in Starke.State .
21 The deepest part 'of*the Dead had heard about her. She Is the '
-
P.Vp.' Sea U 1300 feet. It Is about one- most helpful teacher I have . .. . O. I
LAXATIVE her student nee.1help
When
half the size of Lake Champlain known.
THAT' sAmriH:. 'and today one finds modern motorboats she helps) them. And she Farm '.
CW row *eMe Nor'hfd.lAJIJhaQSt and ancient sailing vessels can explain math In a way that rNOUCyT f plfgrSl J

{ .r.a | on its surface the slowest mind. can understand.Mrs. II y Mm. Bryan \V"' field > ., '

Perkins usually advises A A _. _. _. l I
.. - -
R .- her students as 10; what th eY
JlJUTUD.YltTY
m 'p should take for the next year or I
/ tr.At Mr. and Mr. W. H. Williams
two. I recall the time when.year
before last, she went down the honored their daughter; Betty
with a birthday party at their
with each studentin
roll and dealt
home Saturday evening. The an.
often taken
I have
such a way.
took'what niversary and Hallowe'en decorative -
note of the ones who
themes
combined
were to
he told them td. Not one failed
'[ make an attractive'"setting for
respectable
below a
1 nor went I this l lovely affair. The dining
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grade.In l room table, covered with a gay
'S Mrs. Perkins! Is
V my opinion I cloth, held two cakes" one Iced In
? "HJMYtWER the most lnte.Jtlngr person pink and white and topped with r

pRU know. 12 candles and the other Iced In

Mr. Bate Hallowe'en colors. In addition to
the cake Mrs. Williams served
The first timea I saw Mr.,Bates I
s + sandwiches and coca .colas. In a
sf '
I knew he was going to be a good

J last, there is a better way a teacher, as well as a friend. the He wan holiday prize contest winner. JImmIe Other Godwin Juniors Ua everything we buy today-cettt more. The thing we cat, or wear, or vie hav .

1 modern way to protect your took so' much Interest In Invited to share thin celebrationwith token a steady upward climb. But the picture I.i not altogether dark and gloomy, Floridians/ cosfind !

to / almost, irreplaceahlc bats l curu.ns! wool and garment slipcovers whole doesn't English have any class pets,That and man that' the honoree were Joyce genuine .atiifo
/1 agtin't moisture shrinkage 1 I., the best thing I know about a I .Ann Davis. Irma Jean Godwin, Delore even o* service ha Increased. Greyhound fare are let than half they were 16 year ago I !
such Walnwrlght, Carolyn Crew, .
and ingrained nwyri stains drinks., teacher In my short experience ana Carolyn Bradley, Helen Whitfleld, This, we believe In the face of all rising coati I Is a standout achievement; look at these
"tokt I'Ir has
Bates manystudents
"'1 e" as"SHOVVI* riJU -INO." an student.who Mr.like him In Bradford Kenneth Tyus, Kenneth Dobbs, comparative fart below-it'* something plea Ion' and refreshing to think_ 'about..

amazing new taauF: ; process already have gone Dewey Thornton. "Sonny" 'Enl"
but H.gh Some ram, J. W and Walker
rcp-lient. Raymond
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t not increase only wear ..'.1 tits moot I out In the world with good things and Spencer Crews. Mrs. J. II.
fabrics the reef sad: ';J* cof new. I to say about him. His teaching and Hundley and Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Coe 74e4e 7ae d ,

t' 9 Let us "$NOWIR-P U'" your deals with Engl.sh; 11. Law Crews assisted the hosts In car. I

garments another quality I The High School Band. He works and Ing for the guenU.HALLOWE'EN 1946 FARES :
morning 1930 FARES
the
service from your dependable at the Prison In ',
.ls'' quality dry cleaners I during the evenings. In the afternoon CARNIVALThe I :
:y L he teaches here in 13113.I Community Club sponsored Jacksonville-Miami . $11.50 'JacluoftvIUeMlaml..5. ,

; I To me h... la one of the most Influential I I their annual Hallow&' n carnivalat Jocktonyille-Tampo . ,. 6.00 JackonvllfTampa . 3,25'' :

I and versatile men I have I the Community House Thurs West Palm Beach-Miami . 2.25 Wet Palm Beach-Miami 1.15

fever met. I day the evenIng.use of flowers October and 31. Through seasonal.. Tampa-Miami . . 9.00 Tampa-Miami . 4.30 +:., j i .

ll O Cr IS I!decorations an atmosphere that Tampo-Lakeland . . 1.15 Tampa-lake-land . t .60.. 1"
L8Uiit I
1Nt G }C'j YOURCRYSHGJORHELP was both beautiful and weird was Orlando-Miami . . 8.60 Orlando-Miami . . 3,10 .

." } created. For the moet unique Orlando-Jack tonville ._. 5.25 OrlandoJackonvlllo' . '., 3.40
j b0G pqtO e 1 1gHltlcm1 f costumes prizes: were awarded to 9.25 Wett Palm' BcacrvJackconvUU 4AO I
Kenneth Tyus, Frances Caldwell, Wilt Point' S.och.Jacksonville .

flS1ARKE "Spanky" McLendon and Barbara Daytona Beach-Miami . 8.40 Daytona Beach-Miami .. 3,90

bloated'with It you gas feet h fld3Cby bsrus f. stWO'1, Lee Jones. In drawings, Mr*. H. Tompa-St. Petersburg !, .' 1.00.: Tampa-St. Petersburg . 45 ,
may wo Rlcharde won a cake and Mrs.i. .
&rouchy. you AW1 11U.
a burden on your Rta.nrd tin- L. Williams & pounds of sugar.
digested food becomes which ovorlcAd puirc. cii tbehver. j.GALOTABSj. I For several hours employee. and UNION BUS STATIONLACY

causes x nIt from working propcr17 .t their families and their visitors

..Then Is the time to tcllve your r I enjoyed typical Hallowe'en enter CONWAY, Agent Temple ,Ave. Phone 147 I
tired liver by letunF! Caotaba help tainment.. Refreshments consisted. '
and
DRY CLEANERS nature partiallY sweep clilfested the matter putrefactive frol1 ycur of sandwiches/ cookies and coca

stomach and In'_--Inell. r'ot"! :g tees cols GREYHOUND i
just Uke good: od Catote'sr" U" es di-,. ,
and :w.: itt y; 101' drugats: B. ,
1t STAIIKE. reefed lOG Mr. and Mrs. O. Thompson ; \

moved Monday to Penney Farms .. A. L/NJFS :
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I ::,OC1L i'Y and CLUBS Hallowe'en Hair-do Hallowe'en Carnival Vida Jean Gentry Stanley-HowarrJ- -

SuccessWitches Celebrates Birthday
Outstanding Dr and Mrs Vassle l
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and Imps and Vida Jean Gentry, daughter of announce the
pirates martlllJ t
Student DiscussionAt daughter :
I Methodist Circles angels, cowboys and crinoline Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Gentry, cele- Lee Nena EhZiib"t t

Woman's ClubMrs. Met Monday belies mingled gaily at the mam- brated her sixth birthday anniversary Folkston Stanley on ,
moth Hallowe'en party in the with a delightful Hallowe'en Ga FrldaY'i

I. N. Breazeale, chairmanof :Mrs Bertha Pearce was hostess I USO building Thursday night of party Thursday afternoon, Oct. son of Mr.
ley
of
the American Citizenship department to Circle One of the Woman' last week. Given Jointly by; the 31. given by her mother on the: Charleston,, vv
of the Starke Woman'sClub Society of Christian Service at Parent-Teacher Association and school grounds at BHS. A ,varietyof Mr and Mrs s.anlev.

will have charge'of the her home' on W. Madison St., the Junior Woman's Club, the games and a spirited peantil ing In Starke while J M l
program at the regular club meet- Monday afternoon In the absence a fe'kt carnival was an outstanding success hunt provided fun for the young Is stationed aboard ,
ing Wednesday. afternoon, Nov. of Mrs. A. W. Anderson, w netting its! sponsors between guests. 129. Green Co,.,. 8prjJCub |\ '

13, at 8:30: o'clock. Circle leader, the meeting wan $350 and $400. From the fishpond When refreshment time came /

Mrs. T. H. Osborne, chairmanof presided over by Mrs. Arthur for the younger set to the the children were served Ice cream Scouts
Youth Conservation, will con- Wood, who called on Mrs F, B. bingo game for adults, the attractions and birthday'' cake on the outdoor Enj(

duct a panel dlscuHHlon by high Stewart for the opening prayer. -4'1 t were scaled to meet all porch of the school building. The Hallowe'en Pare
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school students on the topic: "Do It was announced that on Nov. j tastes. large cake, decorated In Hal-

the recreation facilities of our 14th there would be a dls".rlt: The spacious lounge and audi- lowe'en colors, bore the Inscription 70,The Cub young member

community measure. up to the meeting of the WSCS In Gainesville torium were eerily decorated in "Happy Birthday, Vida lowe'en enjoy
civic Meals ?" ; and also In Gainesville, on : the traditional Hallowe'en manner. Jean". Mrs. Gentry was assisted celebration

Mrs. R. A. Green, president, Dec. 10th there would be an Alcoholic ?fir I Varl-colored gnomes beckoned all In serving by Mrs. J. P., Roberts. monthly meetln ln thl
will conduct the business meet Seminar. '' comers to the snack bar, while a Favors were pop candy and Hal- Recreation Center ia.

ing. Arrangements were made to -.------,--. S huge witch rode a broom stick: lowe'en baskets.filled with assort October 29. Came, 81,
hostesses for the afternoon will put flowers In the church for the above the mantel in the lounge. ed candles. gazing- featured the or' ',

be Mrs. J. M. Smith, Mrs. F. F. coming month; on the second Sun- of -the evening was I Present to help Vida Jean celebrate During the 'iriv ?'

Stump Mr*. )Edward Burns, Mrs.E. day, Mrs. A. F. Saute: third Sun- 1 I the Highlight/costumed march for I this happy occasion were evening the Cub neL,

D.. Tenley, Mrs. Joe Cottrell, day Mrs. A. Wood; fourth( Sun- .y of grand the most Billie"! : Dampier. Frances Varnes, address by Ji o, BO
Mrs. II. C. Brown, Mrs. L. H. Jennings Mrs. Carl Johns the purpose selecting David -'Canova, Barbara Ann Jacksonville Scout
day ; first Sun- costumes in' the 'dif E:>s
and Mrs. D. L. Silcox. day In December Mr. W H. ferent outstanding Prizes in the Johns, Perman Roberts, Jimmie the North Florida c un
age groups.
Nollman. Wiggins Patricia Pe'Iurn, Lonnie Weldon. Pat }analog. j
one-to-five were awarded
Baptist Circles Mrs. Wood announced that the' : to Kay Hart group diminutive blonde Berryman, Ellssa Stefanelll, and mlchael and Kenneth
USO campaign Is now being given' Linda Jones of the State Farm. registered at new men
Met This Week Dutch girl, and to Hank Graham Pack now has
special attention; it Is for the men an en
Circle One of the WMU in service and to help the men In rirtureil above Is Miss Hazel Phillips modeling the hairdo ah
met Monday afternoon Baptist at the government hospitals. Mrs. T. H. won at the Hallowe'en Carnival last week.<. The hair styling wan, an ethereal fairy queen Mrs L. A. Canova Jr

home of Mrs. Q. W. Alderman, Osborne is campaign chairman done by Loyree,Hart maun. and Eddie Hartmajin, cleverly marriage of Miss Annie S. E. Ritch den mot
Carmen Miranda, won
dressed as assisted In
who led In a very interesting devotional for Bradford County and W. B. Goodman of Starke and Col. Lacy serving,'
on the theme, "Rise Up Sewell Is treasurer. If you want Reunion Honors Golden Wedding first in the second group. :M. Brown of Pratt General Hos- by: Mrs. Gilbert New

and Build". to help,in this worthy cause send Concessions such as apple bob- pital, Miami, was solemnized last Mrs. Don John-lOn,
Mrs. E. D. Tenley discussed "A your check or cash to Mr. Sewell 'Mrs. J. C. Manning Mr. and Mrs. Davis Dantzler bing{ fortune telling the Chamber Saturday in Charlton County,

Man to Make Men of China"% and I at the bank, before Nov. 29. Honoring the 73rd birthday an- Weeks will celebrate their golden of Horrors, and others under Georgia. The ceremony was performed St. Mark's Aux
The the direction of the Junior Wom-
treasurer Mills Kate Struth
Mrs. Jesse Newsome reviewed an at their by Judge William A. Mo-
niversary Mrs. J. C. Manning wedding anniversary an's Club did thriving business I The
article entitled "Battle Scarredbut reported a local offering pf $4.70. Queen. regular month!
Busy". The devotional service was conducted relatives met at her home on Sunday home in Lacrosse! on Monday, throughout the evening. Other The bridegroom will return of St. Mark's Auxillar

The December meeting will beheld by Mrs. ,A. F Sauls her for a family re-union. Enjoying Nov. 18, with a reception from 3 popular spots were the snack bar, soon to Miami, where he is con- In the Church Center
In the Baptist Church. subject being "Our dally rule of they pleasant company and until 8 o'clock. Mr. Weeks Is I a where 150 chicken pilau suppers valescing from an Injury received afternoon, Mrs. Mattu.
Circle Two prayer". ,There were two numberson lovely dinner were Mrs. Moselyand nephew of the late Col. W. T. were served and the bingo game, In the Philippines. presiding.

Circle Two, Mrs. W L. Andrews, the program, which were taken grandson Lawrence, Mrs. L. Weeks) and Mrs. Weeks is a both operated by the P.T.A. I I Plans for a Thank

leader, met at the home of Mrs. from the World Outlook; Mrs. W. W. Strickland and family and Mr. grandniece of the late Judge J. T. More than 700 children and PublicThe vice were made and, di

Lewis D. Haines The devotionalwas J. Chandler reviewed an' __ article____n,__ and Mrs. Aldridge Lock of Ox- Wills. Invitations have been re adults crowded Into the USO for PTA Thanks the USO fund were dis,,

led by Mrs. Haines, after entitled "Poland reorganizing ford, Mrs. C. F. Boyer and Barbara ceived by a number of Starke this gala evening 'which is an Parent-Teacher Association ladles sewed fringe oil

which sentence prayers were said. their WSCS"! Mrs. B. T. Shull reviewed and Marjorie Manning of friends and relatives.Mr annual event in Starke. wishes to thank the merchants, hangings, and at the cj
Plans made for "Our workers In industrialirens" Jacksonville Mr. and meeting refreshments
were the Brother- Mrs., L. F organizations, and Individuals who v
hood supper to be held next week. The closing number was Colson and Mike of Lake City, and Mrs. W. H. Hart and Informal by Mrs. GahajanSurrencyJohns
SupperAt contributed so generously to theHallowe'en I
After the business session a the hymn "Bleat be the Tie thatBlndll" Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beasley and Kay. Mr, and Mrs. O. J. Howard :
party. Their public-
very Interesting program was led Family of Gainesville, Mr. and and family, Mrs. Vera Keen, Mr. Kingsley LakeMr spirited cooperation Insured the
by Mrs. Haines after which delicious Mrs. Pearce served Russian tea Mrs. Dan Manning and Mr. and and Mrs. Ellis Thornton and
refreshments were served sandwiches and cake to the 18 Mrs. 1) W. Manning of Daytona. Jeannine of Starke.of and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy success of the program. Mr. and Mrs B B

by the hostess, assisted by her persons present. entertained a group of friends Starke announce the nj
The Executive Board of the
mother, Mrs. Stalworth and Mrs. Circle Two with a barbecued fish supper at Mr. Johnson's sister
Pellum. Mrs. Morgan Richards and Mrs. their: Kingsley Lake cottage on Parent-Teacher Association will Johnson of d
J. M. Hembree meet on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 3:19: Sylvl'ster.lie ,
Circle Three were hostesses to Wednesday of last week. Hal- J. Surrency, son ofj
Circle Three met Tuesday afternoon Circle Two" at Mrs. Rlch 'rde'li lowe'en decorations were used p. m. in the USO building. Surrency, formerly of;

I with Mrs. D. L. Silcox home at the State Farm. The C' and the orange and black color The marriage was perfl

whose home was charmingly dec cIrcle chairman, Mrs. A. Z. lAdklns. :\- -., scheme was cleverly extended In Waldo Eastetn StarThe urday, Oct. 26 In Folk.*

orated with fall flowers for. the conducted the meeting. the supper menu.Guests Mr. and Mrs. Surre
Maybe there hate keen fish that Frances Wadsworthwon
bigger/
occasion. Mrs Clarence Rhoden was welcomed Waldo Chapter No. 120,
Included Mr. and Mrs in
Mrs. 8. E. Sparks, circle leader, : as a new member of the and better parties than the Halwe'en W. H. Hart and daughter, Kay, order of the Eastern Star, will Ing Surrency Jacksonville Is employ-
circle: ; Mrs. W G. Italia lo Carnival last week, but meet Friday night at 7:30: o'clockIn
presided over the business session. treasurerfor Mr. and rites Guy Sale and daughter Jacksonville Coach C,
the circle I'm[ practically certain there has Thplina Jennings and her helpers the Masonic
announced Temple The Wal!
Offering for the meeting was a local Linda Kay, Mr. and Mrs. P.
.415.73. from the eleven' members offering of $7,00 Mrs. W. E.Mlddleton. never been a noisier one Ask Airs Stump. Mrs. Robert do chapter claims manymembers
', present. president of the WSCS, the man with the broken eardrum Green. Hazel Guy, Ruby Johns L. Bridges, Mr. and Mrs. Fred from Starke, whose original chapter
"Rehabilitation In Europe and announced that on NoV' 14th He'll tell you! Oh. and Barbara Alvarez did a wonderful Any Mr. and Mrs T. H. Osborne was consolidated with No. 120 r GETT

China'was thr topic presented! there would be a district meeting well Hallowe'en comes but Job of conlurlng up the Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith Mr. several years ago.The *
bjr MM. M. Brownlee, held in Gainesville. once a year program
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chairman.' Assisting were Mrs. Mrs. W. J, Churchw conducted for oitrr young! "citizens of lions! Uapp'flRi! : Thelma's a and Mrs. Ray Scheffler.DavisBrosky nstrtq:'Stgns.) All members* are! Rfllfff0NPIGE

M. F. Hazen, Mrs. S. K. Sparks, ,the devotional service, using iomorrow" to get rid of that pent- gnomes) over the Knack bar were I urged' to attend aqd,visiting member -
Mrs. J. E. Futch and Mrs. B. T. as her subject "Woild Missions, up energy away from home every I especially unique Orchids also 3 are welcome. i /
Thomas. The devotional led by Privileged to give Christ| to they once In a while for the sake of 1 '''to Larkin Weeks for her efficient Mrs Martha Strickland,

Mrs. W. J. Epperson Sr, World". 'The first number on the the furniture, If nothing else .j management of the snackbar Mrs. I.aurlBrollky announces Worthy Matron. I
"nulldlng up the Walls", Nehemlali program was !given by Mrs L. J\. Methlnks there were some unusually 1 which cleared! $173 for the I rt+e marriage of her danshtererna ,
4-6. Davis who reviewed "The prob attractive costumes on display ,evening (on account of everything \/ Mae to r tcir Wesley Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. Edward I s
\ 1 1Carpealet's 1s
lems' of this but with all the wan donated Davis Jr., son of :!r. 'end 1 Mrs.
Following! the program the the Christian church in year by generous Burns, Mrs R. J. Davis Mrs M.
hostess, assisted by Mrs Vernon Incl"! ''", the article being taken confusion I could hardly collect merchants) Lending her able O. W. Davis of Starke. The mar- 1 Gahagan and the Rev Fred Yer- I

Silcox served coffee, fruit naiad I From "The Woman", my thoughts enough to report assistance were Louise Kite Florence rlagc was performed In Folkston. J kes atended an all-day meeting
r' and cookies. The meeting closed Mrs.V., O. Halle reviewed an themVIII do my bent., however Flynn Pauline Toro e, Virginia Ga.. on Nov. 3.. They are now residing I of the District Two Episcopal '

f with prayer offered by Mrs. L. O. article about '"Monuments In : Smith, Mm. Frazier Shaw in ,Starke. I Auxiliary in Gainesville Tuesday; Diu
Hemingway. I North Carolina to Bishop As-1 a.nd Me..dam6lt'Stefanelli., Tenley,
(fI bury".. | That "('..lIud" trlit-Mary Weldon 1 and Land Junlua Smith and '" ./'

,. The hostesses assisted by Mrs. I Onilina Barcelo Churchwell, Bill Dinhlnger presided ably at / f- s
I;. H. C. RItch and Mrs. E. L. Matl hand|' Helen'Stuart seemed to behaving the hamburger grill .All. together -

thews, served a chicken salad the time of their lives and 'twas quite a top-notch 4
course to the 15 members and 'attracted, considerable attention evening I'd ,eay. Of -
three visitors present. The visitors Mary and Helen were turned

were Mrs. K. s, Matthews out ax"pahsuna". / and Ondlna was
Birthday greetings to Lillian
Mrs. George capricious, dark-skinned belle
W.
Drown and Mrs. !Stump' who celebrated
her
t. Annie Richarde. by the name of Caledonia first
"at. home' birthday in three F. StrenlJ
yearson l1arley
Ona
Demorest Minnie Lou Hazen By
Helena Rubinstein's last Sunday Hear there
[ Young Honoree and Jeanette Priest were prominent -
was a family! dinner completewith __r '
among the dirty-face, hobo '
face powder. Has Lovely Party set cake and candles Small- '- """ .-l"- ,
new offering sharp contrast to Hotf'johnson "
fry celebrated his :i
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Josephine Jolms' who was turned M. .bw.ti
It was a. and second milestone!
gay last
exciting occasion out in lovely white satin bridal Saturday '
for little Wanda Faye ; attire .. Merle Elicit arrived with a trjp to the Jacksonville zoo
That
911- Copenhauer, three-year-old oaujrh- l late, but was moat attractively with his parents Martha and Glorious Occasion
ter of Mr. ,and Mrs. John W. gowned In that South American Earl '.- On Sunday Holt was

f' Copenhauer when her birthday anniversary way Mary Sue Epperson was the honor guest when.his grandmother
U was celebrated Oc Mrs. J. M. Brownlee
CM.-S on entertained
t pretty as a picture In old-fash .Xmas
tober 29
with
a party including i ioned pink, taffeta complete with with a family dinner ,, ) 1
f' many of her friends. party Glimpsed A. E. Wall
After pantaloons And 'Gin Jean f /" _
playing games and singIng Darby mad a most attractive back in town with the little matter
songs the children were served diminutive of a1 birth certificate standing When token PearlsGent's $
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cigarette girl your
ice cream, lemonade, and! cake between him and the Merchant
Diana Smith came as a cowgirl -'
from a beautifully decorated table, Marine I A. E. says he can'i
strictly In the dude
aglow with pink candlelight. The ranch manner understand why the MM Is so of appreciation

: Rr table was overlaid with a lovely particular, when the Army did.'t : [ :
3 cloth bordered 8 ]
: day cakes. with hugh birth- Glimpsed among" the out-of- seem to care whether he had a f'j
birth means the
The young guests included Rich- tow to ners, enjoying the opportunity certificate or not, .

ard and Carolyn Williams Barbara greet scads of old friends was
Jean Underhill Sandra Kay Rosa (Leviton) Brownlee, paying Tern Tapirs: A baloon dance, Host a

Solano, Ida Lee and Betty Jean her first visit back to the old games and contest, refreshments 1\ Ring
\ Carter Mary Ellen Green, Lillian home town In eight years and Introducing served by the 9th Grade another d : 10.50 mn
Thomas and Joyce Kelly. her beautiful little five special features are on the up

Adults present Included Mrs. year-old dotter, Rose Mary program/ for the Friday gathering I
Clara Belle Williams, Mrs. Wal *Ad.11 people I envy: Mrs. F. F. i it In the USO' building after the 1 preciousgirt

: M CM .".......0 sheer lace Solano, and Mrs. Everette -u-Bin.Itrcvu who won the cake, andy football 'game tonight Chape- r o/l
1. Green. as delicious. for ronen' will be from the PTA Recreation
I and fine-textured, it .- mrd ty Tvell Roberta of Committee Add people \ ,) ,
creates an alluring M-rv: Lea Hancock we'll miss: Edna and Stan tide tim\\
r all-over finish Clings rln'le! a most attractive fortune Nail who are off to Vero Beach \ ?
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longer And l io such If, an event'is tt", ;' ', drmsrrt J-i a lovely black when Stan will be employed with i :" t l, S:=T'' i .- J D) could b
glamorous shades! AH ,,'nh r.oat r the Florida Parole ''I {WHAT

ii. ., this J plus the unCortf' !, worth havingit Blake Jackson report Commission that { ( .-J' ; Bridal. Set $25 u-.

'. able Heaven-Stilt _'. to that family the public Is certainly gettin I appreciated

fragrance to surround is worth.remembering. ,. .,rt fled Monhnm sold on the new Sc Air :Mail / / J

''your face with an aura r.,'M,.; *-<'".. for con- stamp 4 He saw an AirMail :: n. beautiful, gift of
In such
of new loveliness.O I Special Delivery come through
'. *'ed was! the rtoot office the oth..I'fA" '7'"tcliess that will be chtrisl.vrs

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BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mrs M. L. Maynard has returned -'J L. Beasley has returned from ,Just received new shipment of A. M. Pettit of Alachua
from a two weeks visit In visit In
Alachua with her daughter Mrs.C. Tampa. Paula Brawlers In white and arrived Sunday to spend a week 11'11'Mrs.

O. Dupree.Mr. Friendwill be interested, to black II)luo. Also strapless I'ra- with her son, Sen. C E. John. ;
Geinesville shoppers Saturday Mr. and Mrs J. A. ot-;; that little Marjorie Ellen
Waag and Mrs. W. T. Weeks of .. NI.-TIt.| Smart Sh"p|>''. and Mrs. Johns.
Included Mr Leila Petersburg arrived of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
.rternoon Saturday for Tallahassee were recent guests of
Weeks, Mrs. W. J. Epperson-., a visit with their daughter and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks.Dr. \ of Montlcello won a
Ceo Anderson and Mr. and son-in-law, Mr. and Jtrs. II. A. and Mrs. Wilmot Brown and h there in the Hallowe'en Carnival Have You Yet Seen
Sr I Blanchard Law. Bishop Jr. daughter Betty of Tallahassee ter recently. She was j
I dressed in a costume
Visltinff Mrs Glen Duke and En route to( their winter home spent last week-end at their In by her grandmother Mrs. The Great Painting
Ivghterl In Gainesville Thursday In Miami Mr. and Mrs. John Kingsley Lake cottage. F. Stump.

of last week were Mrs. J. W. An- Dechtol and daughter and Mr. and S.>e the I beautiful portraitChriHtniUM ed personal touch to Cnrlnt- "The FEAST of BELSHAZZAR" ., ,

..... Jr., Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. Geo. Terbltt of Reading., Pa., ('al... at Ilm>ver. Brim. Card, own your picture
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ur,. H. C. Brown and. Miss Mar were guests Monday of Mrs. J. M. Studio Of at Hoover Ure)". Studios On Display for The Public lj|,
grown Brownlee. Mrn. S. T. Dell of Gainesville
w a weekend vacation
spent Sunday with !Mr. J. M. their studies At The
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Southern Lumber 1 Brownlee and Mrs. Earl John- of Florida were Comer Per I
Company10th .
son.
Geo.-Flynn and Darby GOSPEL TABERNACLE
St. Two Blocks East of Depot Mrs. R. J. Davis. has returned I
from a week's visit In Tallahasseewith
.Starke, Fla. her daughters Idalou and

ROUGH and DRESSED Marjorie students at FSCW.Mr. '
LUMBER: BUILDING FOR SALE
This
u. .._ and Mrs. R. I* Eppersonand
son Ray of Jackxonvllla were Is! To Notify O
Logs Purchased at the Mill I
Sundny guest of MrH. W. J.
or Stumpage Bought Epperson Sr. 'I I all the friends of The Thl'res'I1I school house will be told to the

:\Ir... IVurle. Manning C'olnun has I Ethel Parrish highest: bidder. Place bids with Clyde Hall
been
--- added to thi- staff of np >rator -
<4 nt llurt'n Beauty Salon I that her husband
nt Theressu: before November 18. Check or
Mrs. R. J. Davis spent last weekIn
MEET YOUR has been
FRIENDSAT Tallahassee as the guest of Money Order must accompany bid. The committee
Mrs. Cora Marshbiirn. She at Is honorably dischargedfrom
TilE t..ndt'rthe\ Investiture Service at reserve the right to reject any and
FSCW In which her daughter. the Army

Miss Idalou Davis!' a senior took all

BLUE TAVERNGood part. I Ie
Airs. Den Fry of Waldo was I ltl Itl
the guest of Mrs May Dickens <: :

Home-Cooked Meals on For Saturday.wedding portraits nee T. II. A 1 bidit.'M

Oslmrnc. See ad on page 4.
Steaks Chicken Sea Food Mrs. R. J. Davis Is spending '. .

several days In Mayo with her
Plate Lunches husband this week. lTeue .
Miss Myrtle Reddish hat. returned Jr.
Sandwiches Beer Soft Drinks to her home in Orlando
after a visit with her cousin, Mrs Large Mahogany
Errol Alvarez. Upright. Electric HEATERS13.75

OPEN FROM 10 A. M. TO 11 i'. M. Mrs. Octavia Gillie of Otter ,

Creek Maine In visiting her son- SPACE SAVEKS : PLENTY ()(HEAT : Secretary76.45

Everybody Welcome Your Business in-law and daughter Mr. and, Mrs. A

Appreciated Harold Jimt Saukup.received new shipment of Double Maple I Spool Beds '- 23.39! case Composed, and of three a Desk drawersfor llook-

Paula Kraaniere In It lute and misc. Items. Limited.

DUB RHODEN, Mgr. (Muck.-nylon.The Smart Also Shoppc.strapless l>ranlem. to Heavy Spool Bed, Beautifully Designed Also I number..

Mrs. W L. Jones of Atlanta Twin Reds in Same Style I

Phone 131-W spent Tuesday and Wednesday ---I II
with Mrs. C. P. Jones and Mr.
and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Gateleg Mah. Dropleaf Table 48.50

John and Henry Godwin left
I
Sunday for a two weeks vacationIn

branch of Mrs.New R.Orleans.F. Robb and childrenof 3 pc. Bedroom Suits Walnut Finish '

Columbia S. C.. are visiting ,

I Mrs. Robh's mother Mrs Fay Solid wood, round mirror, l large four-
I U RAN C E
N.S Gill\ at Klngslry Lake. 131.55
Come and lie fitted for jour drawer chest, 6 drawer vanity.

A.Every full and winter "1'IREI.L.h..a1lh I "
'1
garment corsets, girdles and al-
.\ T LIABILITY I MO surgical 1It,1t. Window\ Shades 70c & 85c .
(' Mri. Frank Hoover C..r..I.\\ ..

\ .\ THE..FT Comer Long o f -
was visiting his .

H.. Long on Sunday. I Burlesque"O.Feather Pillows 1.27 each
Mattilana. Perdue of Jacksonville )

H 0 WALLAGENCYPlease FIRE \ spent the weekend with Mary
: Suo
Epperson. I
Jttut received new shipment of
Phone 146 .LIFECLASSIFIED Pmilit Brassieres In white 8 udMark I Plenty of PARKING{ SPACEIT'S I
Also liraflrn. *-
.-1I\'Ion.The Smart Shoppp.strapless : _____ '_" _________ _______________________, I'. .1

Jacksonville visitors Tuesday' A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
I were Mr. and Mrs.!' T. J. Griffin .

and Mrs Mr W.W B.H.Mtindy Struth.and daughter John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

Clair Jean were In Macclenny
I Monday afternoon PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.

LIST VOt'K FARM CITY .\'IiP'' I' 1'1II'FIt'FS L' f, fxriit- with.on ,this..UI' : room, !Mr. Pearce Manning Col....n has .
Irlil'oiESS: PROPERTY '*.* .. ;,., I1, I.h1r;I, II tenrit,, i pecan' been a -" t -- -
Sitlon L ;
at llarfu Beauty
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MX 1"11'' ounce and two ln li
iiE.: .I : thrc.-rplu'n! I II'! toffrt furnished ifflce.1 In Hiarkv Inc I OOSI'EL T .\ tt BUNA C I. K' I.
( f for BRINLEY I \
1 ., SrkOUT 81L4&FJSTATIORr.gta.t REAL rush ono M.liooim better than balance I30IIO.UO easy perFar t trrinnTliroo I s'r.1RKE-Morning Worship 11 A. Agents PLOWSREPAIR
lipdmotti hoiiMo furnlHheil"omitlelrlv. M. Bible School 3 P. M. Evening
; .ml.*rl r of countr ...
elm-trie l box anal -
HUH Service 7:45: P. M. EvangE'l1stlcI1rotlll.'rhoo
,; proprrtr.' II. made oT r hot water PARTS
Hiitnnmtl.
a6 .nl..o' Ilo'gee.-Farn' Ran,,'stole lili-Hlly loi'iitiMl i>n two <1 Monday 7:30: P. M. "" ._ _
'tI.
lararr. pavers hear all over. the puvod streets III Stiukf. Price 148&0. .- Bible Study. Tuesday 7:45: P. M.Chlldren's ..
JnlU. Free onm lUtlnn. I 1
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Bible Hour Wednesday x WE ALSO HAVE
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| I.A.STROUTREALTYAGENCYRepresented, : lure farm with tour roost ",jIt, 1IfI.
house, 13 acres old bearing pecantrees 3 P. M. Ladies Prayer Meeting ie ,f. J
ByF.
Locally wlthlu 1OUO rent <>r unvoilhltchway. 3 P. M. Evangelistic rte
('. IIOLLINGSWORTII One> toile from Dvput InMturkp. Thursday
Price $111100.uoMM Service, Friday 7:45 P. M. Inspirational Planet Jr. Plows
lilt So. Walnut St. .
:+\. I). Miilunrljtht. Jr. 1 Youth }Meet Saturday ,
llrnkrr'
.nr"e 7:45: P. M. Communion every first
| ATTRES ES of all kind r noWtf Phone Pat 1 Mr. and Mr.
: furniture upholnt.red and ro"ho7.IIW; : Sunday morning.
"""I-hod. 01.01' us a' card.HicrtN.S Poll cor. 5.11.1-a 1-1. liny St.-h..d, 8t,..rke lixtilleiiiHtilltlnii : J. T. Quigley. Sponsors. Seedersand
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110, PaUtka.MATTRESS: < ,,, ,, MI iipi4l, iiv owner until I I
Fla. Atlriifllvo. I'uuvcn- 1S" .
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is"tnAXCI lint I..,. For Infoi" nnttlon write r
;:- -t write all liner; O J '''"lIn. II U fypreHH, Ualnuxvllli. .
au' mobile, liability and life .. CM tel. 14.1HJ. tf F !,1 ) .1
fro me for' tnuraninwxlB.. r
your (Ij ,
3t>. \Vnlnwrl ht. Jr.. 131 Kant, FOR H.U.E- -rnnm hobs" bath.j iRI 41e.tr. .
.
.all itrrft. Flion. 154. screened front porch buck
.
imri-h, large lot: I MHO.. -V II. Repair Parts
h'R' SILI. ; III-room lurnlllh..d (C'nrilun' I Box fiatl. Still k ._Up :
I
tome '
sq. acre land pecan and and Sun. Mon.-
row
Snit SAI.rIllack Jersey ,
Teen. shrubbery I bath Foil .
milks 3H ff"l.per
aims. calf 'ow ,
heifer
: hlock. west of court1me II.PerrY .
bolh.-\
.r 3116. day 1100 for
H. CollllYo Box
I 11-1 rep I '
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Ittrke Ifnmptnn.
111' I

-'W'CKRANG FOR RENT- -. PHKPnn In TO IIK.VT: l hut will buy- "A n Reeding LAWN MOWERS -- Ball Bearing!
houne
,! ft.lam nhell bucket with -Tkei K McCtaner.,
'I. hleecop. boom: xeavatlnir. furnished, -.. ai.cOalnea-- and .- .
.
hiding, and erection of .tructJ Fnxor lhornnnf1505 !
"Itret l 'l., not exceeding t toni I Ia."U. vllln 1 Rubber ..
t 'ail collect. U. W. Poole
5 7 rtreen Cove Hprlnci, Steel flnitlit bed stead
aon* "t. office 4984. If FOR and fI.\I.E-One coil springs tare( war) $10Mr .-It King of Tires

1't1ALE *. AplI Moltt. Htarke. i I
'" on Hampton I.ake( .
Pine rump mt.. N. l>. Wulnl FOR S.''K Two BBOxSn In i IIV ;
l-' iht t. jr m E. Call at. UbL truck ,irf". rrw r tubi>i Mark with :' Irene Dunne Make
fit (hllvrnl t.
Hhvrl t I" I'
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.INa Fnu S.\J.E-The .cho"J Tire S,'rvlr>- Mowing ;,
10a"> al ThureB.a will be sold' lakhoni'H : I! O Rex
the highest bids RKNT 2
h'drt..r. Plate nit
.1I6 FOIt SALE in nil H of A Pleasure ,
$
L.r4 SIYlIe Hall at Th r n he-1 on MI'Mnk .l
m .
lS. 11.1 sop Kfjnton 61t/1
Miark on
\Y. i
| *Dlo 100. II..eV.. I. AmlrtWR,11-1 rep :i .. I,
n PHONOQIIAPH comblna- :Marilonn St.pOilis
table modal, play. 12. If) In. hnunil i 27.95 11
_GI't'"h'"Price' '".50A .- Dahmer'lI. Mack' IX and$T-unit f'no Walker with ht arklanle. Tues., Wed., Thun.

I tan one Kmrllxn setter... .
TTop ) \lar. III. flP :
.. HAVE. !' HOUSE for rent whit Bnth wore.:..ward for InfiTr4ftlnn "
I ...n"'I.y Lake or In town and Powell r.tI1rn.-l"IIddy Rishnpt i S
'all Mm. T. T. Long phone or D1 0 I
SUlik.
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Mt : FOR SALE furnished nrunfurnlfh'd ', Plan for Xmas

I ",it I.A'.RENT mtnte a"'c q"-with&OS Furnlnhed Temple) J-room Phones. l HOl'HB Write B..X TH.Keaxonable.I.4tark" T..llnH.1 Fred MacMurray Use Our Lay-Away Shopping

_0_ ".ark... Itp la"K. IRNT-Two apartment llht hOIlH..k.'IIIn. lt....--i ._ ._. ..... ._ __ _ ._ __ __ .. .. fI
Lt furn< hil
20' E
:
E,1LE In.- Madison
Missionary Clone '
100,000 unable --
t 0t.bsrry. pla nte._W.el eyCrews. Mt.

l 11-' ZIPHLIS -iiFOK SALE--sI"n. 1 trained puppies,pointer* mo. Fri., Sat. Farm Home & Auto SupplyGuy I

... loup w..eke .._Blat-k bird ; trained, hunt like old
1"I hound bitch, crooked left old. partly R. Slarllnn. Hellbrnnn DOUBLE ,
do'e.-L. Itp
II" 'Ir ft..al'd.-E. W Tomp- Ingalre at >ti>re.
urd. Fla. Upft 8ppln.
: 50.000 MUetnn.rfstrawberry "Law Comes Andrew
HALE! T.
"Iei I.U rUitN1SH1NJ for FOR M.-W.

lunnhl;; .qua, k..tl.. : Crews. 111 Ito N. I .} ;.a..n. RL Dlast'1 1.L.leetric.wtsri h.tt.r It\ and "Queen of 144 W. Call St. Phone 26L

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h i4luo5 Secon&T'iboo..aors right nn.Vpri"i 1I5'" W uMad'%
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r -- . . Divided On MeritsOf name la Basis Holland. You'll GIRL SCOUT NEWSA moon] ,and all girla ten. ') *
: Cemetery WorkingA Opinion Sharply find her at Brewester Ho'plt ,1. (',,who are interested in 5.! ,
i V. Electric Worm GruntingAs We all wish her a speedy recov very interesting meeting of are urged to attend. All, 'I11"
will be held at Pine Theressa and Clara Lag
working ery. the Girl Scout Troop v-a!! held. Thomas, Scr uses
Grove Cemetery today (Friday), Ky Eva Mae Trlest might be expected, the high-speed method of the afternoon In the Epis- machines
. . . Wednesday Stapling Scotch iJ
untouched
according to an announcement by I machine age have penetrated even to the relatively R. J. E. SCHOOL NEWS copal rectory. An entertaining paper punches all types <

Ernest Griffla. 1 Mrs. R, M. Mersey;'la upending field of worm grunting, but opinion I* sharply divided concerning On Wednesday, Nov. 30, there dramatization was given by Pa-, books ring binder, sue&('"."
i thin week In Jacksonville with the efficiency of the so-called electrical method.T. waa a general assembly in the trol Two. The meetings have other Items at the mil'
Brellts
>CARl> OF THANKS relatives. L. Ilamlter, local bank teller, Is a leading exponent of achool auditorium. Along with been changed to Wednesday after- County TelegrphII.IIAIiInaIIlI .
We wish to our appre-I this and recommends It an an effective to arouserecalcitrant regular activities, the 6th and 7th i
express Mrs. Hilda Griffith and childrenof technique way Arle- 1IftII'IIIUI'"II'"I""IIIIIIIIII""II""II''llhlll''NIIIIIIIU' '/, i, '' ''' ''' imiiii "'IIItlIIINIn'IIIIAIIIIIIIAI.NIN'''' '' ','',,''' ''I1m1t,,
ciation and heartfelt gratitude for I Miami' the weekend here fifth worms. Directions, an given by him,, are grades with their teacher '
the many kindnesses shown by, with her spent parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. dimples (1)) drive an Iron rod Into the ground near a parked thin Nathan, rendered Each a very week IntEresting I ,P PICKUP and DELIVERY. SERVICE, ON
recent lOlls of program.
the
friends in
our L. Sullivan. automobile; (2) tie baling wire around It and attach the other the students of various grades
beloved mother.-Mrs. Mae MATTRESS RENOVATING
our Brannen T H., C., E., E. L.? C..R. Mr. and Mrs. Beahler and daughter Starke- end to'a spark plug;' (S) start the motor. The elf'Ctrlclty'thUfl take part, and the programs have
Ester were shopping in _' vibration below and the dismayed 'k
'to
and C. G. Manlre. generated cai brings proved of benefit all. One recent -
last Saturday. worms scurrying* to the surface. program was a round table Serving Starke on Monday, andThursday
of Green Cove
Garrett
'Stutfed*Up"Noie.HeorJacheT Mrs. Bell last Wednesdayhere' But ev..n" this modern method Is not fool-proof Ilamlterwarnn. discussion. by the 9th and 10th of each Week
due to.. ""' Springs with spent her mother, Mrs. De- For ,instance Park Winter, of Waldo<< and 'a fishing Grades. The other was a debate ;;

f\ OLDS laney Dickinson, and family.A. crony tried the system recently but made the mistake of standIng by the 12th Grade.

.e".IIef. ,,,, L. Sullivan and Miss Ida on damp ground and wearing wet shoes. Unmindful that PHONE OR WRITEMODERNMATFRESS
" \ In Starke on business titan "unmet lated" started the and Immediately At The TabernacleMemorial
Hagan were they were they << motor. '
.. ..,..,....."" tote rllrAIUTIOM
...... IH 4 Mtmrfi a' TAHITI. UOUICwllani ,. last Friday. lost Interest In fish worms! services for Laura ) COMPANY
,'Tad. wily. 0' dlrKld -' Mrs. James Swindell' and son Ilamlter gets a good laugh while picturing In his minds- Wynn Scott were held In the Tab- .

eye the scene that Winter and friend must have presented while ernacle on Wednesday, Oct. 30, Phone 5-1511 1309. E. Duvall St.
dancing over the "hot Hands of the desert" until they reacheddry under the direction of R. J. Gomes

ground. Then arone the problem how to.get back to the with Dr.. John McNeil'as pianist. Jacksonville: Fla.

car and shut off the motor After a scripture reading by J. aNINIIAIIIIIIIWIIWNWIWIWIUIIWYNNAIIWNNAIINWNNIINIANNaJWW1.IIININNII1NWl/INIIINNIINIAIWN/NYIIINIIINApNWININIINMNIWN14/ / ( i iMI'
The hapless fishermen solved thin Ingeniously, but somewhat T. Quigley an appropriate pro
lazy Inside tediously<< by standing at a safe distance 'and throwing gram was presented Including a
pine cones at the, wire for half an hour before. breaking It solo by Leonard Noegel, a readingby
loose from the spark plug. Mrs. Jennie Thornqueat, scrip-

hits Since then Winter has added his endorsement to the method, ture quotations by members of I'
you the W.CT.U.. a solo by Mr.
with the stipulation that the electrlcal-worm-grunter remainhigh ([Since 1934
Gomes, a poem, "Just !In Another my
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and
4I dry.
> Room" read Clarencce Melton
by average wage for
; whore it hurts Some proponent. of the traditional ax-an for F. A. Scott, a reading by rpSH1ER home
..tip i," grunting scorn the electrical technique as unfair'to unsuspecting Quigley, a duet by Miss Edna service has
worms. Besides. the wrigglers won't"keep" well and Noegel and Mrs. W. N. Johnson, r '' been cut in half,

must be usisl<< 'the same day If forced up by electricity; otherwise reading by Miss Nan Wallace, a WAGES Yet every day, I'm
It is a mistake to .flunk because pig is
'putting on the pounds! as fast as,he, can. In. .vieurbf the present tho opposition. Moltt.for Wilbur Scott, a solo by O more' ways
feed situation, it can Je; extravagant. to'let "nature take Hamlter maintain. that worms brought up by the electrical Miss Noegel, and a poem "In to help you)
its 'course" in the fattening pen. > "J AWe method seems Just as enticing Ie. fish,' although he Is not Memorlam". an original compo- v
qualified fo"speaiC'on the matter of longevity,, sition by Dr. McNelll. A poem ;JCJA yi
have definite information from the Dr. Hess He- having neVf'rtried '
.
to was also read In memory. of Mrs tOUi ItlCTHlCM tllVAN!
them than
March Farm about what pigs do with feed. Their digestive keep more a day. Olivia Feeler.

machinery is U.uaJI1' inefficient-they 'can waste feed nu A lovely arranagement of flow- ( 11
Donald left'' last Sunday for: ILOIIIII ?$J IT (ob1i1
trients.. Every of hogs receiving Hog Special (in addition NEWS ABOUT I era sent by friends added to the
pen ... Macon, Ga, where they will visit beauty of the service. ;.. !'..
to the ration)' finished out on less feed- mach a. her father and other relatives for COLORED PEOPLE I

1/3 leu supplement and 1/10 less grain. several days. By W. W. ParkerMt. ---- ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W .Packham I
We're this for the addition of
sure presents a strong case .
: Morlah Church had
and Mrs. R. S. In another
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Sibley were
Dog Special to jour ration.' We have this ]aboratorycon.i : Deland last monday on business.I high day. Sunday School at 9 EXPERTSERYICE I BUY PECANAny

trolled, research-tested. Dr. lieu product. .f Rev. S. E. Sparks of Starke delivered a. m. with Wllhemenla Rogers as
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.. two very Interesting sermons superintendent on duty. All

Sutrunk's. Feed & Seed. Store' -,- Church.here last We Sunday are looking at the Baptist for post other The teachers lesson- were was beautifully at their Variety -- Any,Amount

Starke,. Fla. ward to his being back'with usOn dLscusaed.

,.. the third Sunday.Mr. Guaranteed
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They told me ),n. Morlah Choir
and Mra. Dan Loper and:'
daughter, and Mr. and 'rendered great songs of praise, 8
bottle I I dedicating: the New Mt. Vernon Highest Prices' Paid
Mra. Ben Loper and children,
Methodist Church of New River,
:
Must Vacate Harry and Linda were shopping
The
BuildingIn cornerstone services
In Starke Saturday morning.Mr. conducted by the Rev. H.were W. SEE'blE'BEFORE YOU SELL -
and Mrs. Fred Mason Wil-
Hartley of Jacksonville. Services Chas. C.
bur and Inez Nell and Thomas
10 Trlest spent the weekend In St. throughout the day were excellent PAUL RAYMOND
Days Petersburg visiting relatives. Collection with the waa Holy$187.76.Spirit Another present. ShepherdAt

great feast was had and every Gay's Service Station 425 EAST- SOUTH. STREET
4h tm ** ********* i m i *** *l l *m m *4m+**tf + **+f *e iliil n body from the
city: and nearby
STARKE, -:- FLORIDA
3 pr. Maple. LIVING' ROOM SUIT' 35.00 counties was there to take part. ,

." Allen Chapel AME church put

: 2 pc. Maple LIVING ROOM SUIT 29.50 Jr ........ over with) Rev.another D. P.Mack fine day In the Sunday ros : DINE I OFTEN I WITH TWO I REGIONAL I 1 FAVORITES I

trum. The church members and

-- .. friends are giving fine programs, 1". .. _. '
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., Rev. Mack Is Imparting the .M-.%'.: J?: W :ru:.Mai":+.,Wu'M. : w .- iii : ,: '_
Single MAPLE CHAIRS - 7.50CONGOLEUM ..-------.,.. I gospel jv ; __
1 to men, women, boys, and S
e i :girls.

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RUGS
: - I Mary Ella Barnes enjoys the

company of friends at her bed y r/s 4'r u' % SPA.GHETTI
aide; Unfortunately her beloved ee lbe
... I clsoppod
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.;, Cotton MATTRESSES, full size 13.45 husband, Alfred, waa brought to :;w a.w-rr w::...:: +- :
HAS her 111 and with an Injured foot.'
your home grown in Don't fall to see these citizens of N r"+M.www .lllilpP.

:: value? Halt outgrown your Starke.' Try and hake It con
: SAM'ROSENBERG venient to go to Jacksonville and

: Fire Insurance? Let check visit loved one nurses of who the community's has made many be- +V{ k !4 '. ,:. fo d ..e.euo over oA +n dl.at. d Cr butter ty j,

your needs. trips to our bedside. She has :-i Sr :,r., sad fro la Scr.. b owl. elpa9b! 13 misu1..,

just undergone an operation. Her le : a'J"-wsb,, 3C ba BSE$. 8., bet s/ow, pr Por.dc
r SON >" ti. 0, 4 burl
& .. ; ,. aoav 1pS d is fJS.00 fo etiriy

., } a lan.
Now w fl b yp us ylr
on Display Editor Qg Send
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--- Charley E. Johns Goa ,
/ AT DARBY BROS. 7r 7, i w? svy rt mpaar la r R.cip.
JUST ARRIVED Agency
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Phone 13 BTARKK! !:, FLA.

;, COTY GIFT SETSIn .. MartinFishtail ..

.Mar HUt"
A Limited Amount

;. 'We 'Will Gladly Lay Away Any
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M l>r-"tl"o THE TRAVELERS.! Hartford
Item With A Down I
." Payment,
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1 Propeller I I t

s' GIVE -- t
ELECTRIC HEATERS
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Your Portrait 'k TIIIMdQEER

At 7:35 and 9.75 This Christmas cr rBnMingC4Jxtsarikjb !

You 'Will Soon Need On a.The 1

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Russell McPhaJl
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FINE CHOCOLATES

I WITH MELLOW DELICIOUS DEEII!
Arrived This Week _

1' 1.50 Per Pound : What better combination than CREOLE SPAGHETTI

<',. Gift Tlfat'Only IIrS \\M: rl with gloriously rich JAX Beer to give you truly authentic

A l lone fisherman .:.::: regional flavor? Yes these
For That Cold You Can Give can cast two favorites are definitely
and retrieve while
: ,':: Avoid -the Rush. See us boat in motion! One keeping hand r
Just Use STOCO for operation, non-tiring ,to come! Remember '
.: Appointment Today- Fits on boat like outboard, quiet. too, JAX Beer, the great regional t

In Liquid FormQuick Relief, .HALLMAR'KE motor., Goes right through Drink. of Friendship, is an ideal beverage for friendly ;f chi% lf
GREETING ,CARDS
grass, weeds,, and shallow
35c Bottle See-our selection- of-other- water. ,Easier than oars get-togethers, and during your hours,of leisure. SAY; yetlht I.'a!

and faster! JAX the brew with al
-- -- GIFTS and TOYS the mellow flavor! Flavor for _
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Pastor I
At \
Presbyterian ALL CIIURCIIES IN BRADFORD COUNTY AUE INVITED TO PLACE THEIR Methodist Workers i
ChurchThe ANNOUNCEl\IENTS AND NEWS ON TillS PAGE. IIOWEVER.
TO INSURE To Have Study Class i\
Rev. J. Warren Kaufman, INSERTION ON TillS PAGE COpy MUST DE IN OUR OFFICE NOT LATER
pastor of the Richardson Memor- TIIAN TUESDAY l\IORNING 0. EACH WEE{. "Rekindling! Enthusiasm" wilt "

r. ial Church of Philadelphia, la fill be the topic used at the morning ,
lug the pulpit of the First Presbyterian service next Sunday in the Methodist ;
Church Church by the pastor, the I
w! "' a. for the month of "" .
t n r November Rev. W. J. Churrhwell. The

j Last Sunday a goodly number I theme will be taken from 2 Tim., I
of Presbyterians and their friends (, 1:6: Stir up the gift of God f
which la In
greeted Doctor Kaufman you.
heard his sermon, "Who owns and the 1-\,\ ,. The evening service will bo .I
I earth?" This sermon was recently I. featured by the singing of special

delivered over the "Evening Dub .N rcrs selections by the Junior Choir, i
I letln" Radio Station In Philadel- and, the pastor will speak to the

phia.This ,, young people on "Controls of Con.
I coming Sunday at 11 0'- duct", 2 Cor. 5:14.:

clock the theme will be Peaceof "'" ', I A study clam under the leadership -
Mind". The Doctor. says, of Rev. ,L. II. Blackwell will

., "There Is no doubt that serenity ql'IINWIWYNYUIYINIWWNJNINyNNIIgNWyAyly'"", ''qrI't''''' '' ,''NlNiIIMIIiWAyNYyWlWyyg''' ''y' !iiii.jji; ?4NN91NIIMIANNWMaA, ""' _''''" ".",.._IaAWAHYApMIut 'J: begin Tuesday Nov. 12, at 7 p. m.,
cold Is one of the greatest gift that )! and every church worker I Is Invited
headed for the ell- company: -and, able' assistance br f '
I
IS I .
can come to man. Lacking this I to attend this course. The
Aleutians a* part of USO hostesses Clarice Erickson
!tie
III gift one books used will be "do Ye Therafore"
task force Cor "Opera and Laden Van Wagoner of Oak may amass wealth,
1 but in the meantime. land.Cat f achieve fame be thrust Into a ,;+ by Brewer and "Teachingfor
:
,cJ4.o,01'1 are warming to.the The girl are two of life 45 USO place of power and still miss the ...yl ''1:1': ;','; ,'. a Verdict". All those who
Iebeo pollee at Fort 01'4. Junior hostesses tram the San Fran- boat". .' ia .' .. will attend will find the fellow-
with the aid of two 080ihouIln't cisco Apostleship or the Sda USO Special music will be renderedby ":..' ship very friendly and a good,
wbo came to Fort Ord for a weekend .
tho choir and visitors are always ,,' spirit prevailing. Everyone I I" Invited
Private FIrM party for the "
,!, 'left or 720 fore going to the members task welcome. h' Jo<, to attend. '
bID, Osborne ( ) Arctic. To help ; "' '
Street North Little Rock Ors oversea and In the State*. ", "., A feature of the'following week
lack B.J Stephens Rout. veterans in hospitals and Inductees Services Sunday I";' will be the showing of the motion
aburs. S. C.. and KP a lust coming Into service, USO la picture "The Book of the World
.pee It Si- them theiraham campaign for 119.000.000 for 1947.Pine At Christian ChurchDr. Tomorrow", presented by the
".
!
\ American Bible) Society,
i ,._ e e . John McNelll of Washing-
ton. I>. C., will be guest speakerat Monday November llth FIRST TEXTB6OK-.
Level the First Christian Church Sun- ;-, -- THE BIBUB

day morning and evening.At 1... Back in the_days of the thirteen
It Hi*. John McKInney By Mrs. H. M. McRae the 11 a. m. service Dr. I original, colonies, wherever there
..
. . e McNeill will use as his topic, \ Ii'' was a church, there was a ichool.


lid Hi'll. Willie Melt"on" and Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall were the"Night Master"and Nothing. ; Morning and '. And everywhere the chief text-
At the "
I evening P book of school the Bible
: the was
sat Fairbanks were dln'ner visiting Mrs. R. .M. Crosby in the I hour he will speak on the sub ...: : t It la plain to that the
history
JtfMr. and Mrs. John:MeI Glendale Hospital. Palatka, Friday ject of "Segregation or Separa- t. say
I Sunday. ,of last week. tion". .: public ichool system of our land
originated a* Bible schools. In
i Edward Brought and{I I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick, '"* ,' the public schools of America today .
intended church at Sampled -{I Mr. and Mrs. H. M../McRae, and Childrens Home :; Attend t Services the reading of the Bible i*
y, Miss Shirley McRae were visit- ,
'I < a matter on which'each of the 48
Mrs. Flake Watson I ing Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wood Appeals To Public i I states makes its own ruling. The j

|lilting Mr and Mrs.. P. and Jacksonville Mr. and :Mra.Sunday.F L. ConnorsIn For SupportFacing Sunday November 10th American Bible'Society. In a recent -
'
{Sunday afternoon. : survey find that Bible read. 1.
Albert Willis and son, Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae a deficit of over $25,000( ing In the public schools I* required -
were visiting her 'daugh- have moved back to this section and with a dally family of about In 11 state, prohibited by

i Melton, In Waldo Sun-, from Jacksonville and were din- six hundred homeless, helpless and And Pray 4 states, and In the remaining 33,
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. pitifully needy children under its It Is permitted, although not ro-

|iod Mrs John McKInney Norman of Heilbronn Sunday. care, study and supervision, the quired.
J. Fender has returned Children's Home Society of Florida I
Mrs A.
I the house' of the J
open)
visit with its State MAY, 11.\V..: BEEN THRICE
Thursday night of last home after a pleasant through Superin- For Permanent World Peace
relatives In Tampa and Orlando. tendent for the past 38 years, OK MORE WISE MEN.

i is Mrs.-Margie Underhill! of Starke Marcus C. "Daddy' Fagg. is mak- The Bible does 'not tell how
Irene Ratllff on the I
*this week. We wish her Is spending a.few days with hereon ing an urgent Thanksgiving appeal I many Wise Men came from the I
to the readers of this
,
andMrs paper
f recovery:v? and daughter-in-law. Mr East to 'find the Infant Christ I
L Paul'Underhill.* +- and to-good hearted- friend of the -
113 Mr, Ei.'T.'Vot: >KjTre: Society all over Florida. although we have come to think I
I 1,tome" Thursday\ of, last Rev:Mrs.and Arrle Mr!?., Q.Bikes J. Raulersonand all of In connection with the. urgent ,'tmnuosmammmnNatn' ""' ml'1"'In''''''IimplnwmeaAlmmmmmlall'''''''' ''' ''''''''' '''r""IA''"uNnNlemmruennnNlm'' ''''''' '' "ueNtret.lmm' '_'''''''enNUmmNnnhmm''' '' ''' '' ''memneNnmemammt'' ' '' 'at,",uelmlltie"o'' ,;/ ""nnnm;";" awn' 'Nrem.melmNlnNAUlm"" """ '' ,,""N,)N, there were three Wine Men merely f

Jacksonville' were\ dinner guestsof need for money, food and chil- ------ ------------.- --------- because they brought three gift,

and Mrs. Robert Taylor dren's wearables, "Daddy" Fagg
'ENTCR'8ASCRIPTION. Mr. says, "Due to the tremendous In- CHURCH DIRECTORY --
Sunday. In cost of food children's SPONSORS I
crease ,
Mrs. .
McRae and .. .
Mrs. Wesley ----- --------- --- -------- -
------ --- -- ------
wearables, shoes and air other
B. M. McRae were Wednesday visiting Mrs.at Items, our Society Is facing Immediate .,FIRST PRESBYTERIAN LAWTEY BAPTIST CHURCH. IHCILIIRONN: IIAJ>TI4T.! Service .Of The Church,Page

T. N. Norman need of securing support 8TAHKK.-Sunday School 9.45: Sunday School, 10 A. :M. MorningWorship every 2nd and 4th Sunday, rasa-a ,z

F Heilbronn Springs. __ for our absolutely necessary ser A. M. Morning Worship. 11 A. M 11 A. M. Young People'I 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Sunday Tip Top Super'Market
Moultrie. Ga. where vices to hundreds of utterly help- Ladles Auxiliary 2nd & 4th Tues- Meet, 7 P. M. Evening Service
week from two weeks visiting less, homeless, orphans and needy days. 7:30: P. M.: Prayer Service Wednesday School every Sunday, 10 A M. Alvarez Store I
they relatives.spent children, now under our care in 7:30: P. M. Rev J. L. B.T.U. 7:00: P. M. P.ev. O. E.' Cut- Hollywood Camera I
shaw
our five Receiving Homes In KINGSLKY LAKE MISSIONARY Norris, Pastor J. E. Wall, Jr.. Paitor.DEDAN & Gift Shop *...
Jacksonville, South Jacksonville, BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday S. S. Supt.

f DONUTS ROLLS Miami, Lakeland and Penaacola School 10 A. M. Preaching, 11 Sunday School BAPTIST, 3 P. CHURCH M. Preach- II. C. Wall Agency

PIES & CAKES and In foster boarding home In A. M. B.T.U., 6:45: P, M. Preach- PINK LEVEL BAPTIST.-Sun ing 4 p M. Prayer Meeting,each Carpenter's !
various part of the State. lag, 7:45: P.< M. Prayer Meeting day School, 10 A, M. MorningWorahlp Thursday. 7:30 P. M. Church located Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
None are better "Money Is our most Immediateneed each Wednesday ,7:30: P. M. Fan- 11 A. M Song Service, at Brooker, Fla. Rev C. A, _
and we will gladly welcomethe nie Silcox, Sunday School Super- 7 P. M. Evening Worship, 7:30: P, Crosby, Pastor < J..ellas.: -.1JJ] i I
than 'widow' mite as well as intendent. Louie L.. Wainwright, M. Teacher Meeting Bible Study, Koch Drug Store ""* I

also wouldbe BTU Director. Services Every Monday, 7:30: P. M. Mld-Week ''
larger gift, but we CHURCH OF oor Sunday Tyus Dry GoodsPrimers' ,
Bakerymakes deeply grateful for food stuffs Sunday. e Prayer Meeting Wednesday. 7:30: School, 10 A M. Morning Worship .1 I '
P9AR IIACIFe Lappe of every kind, particularly tur- P, M. Rev. W EX.!: Hall Pastor 11 A, M. Evening< Worship, Furniture Co.

keys, chickens or ducks for ourchildren's DROOKKR BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: P. M. Y.P.K. Tuesday 7:30: Hobbina'

1 61 STARKE Thanksgiving dinners,!|I-Sunday School 10 A. M. Morn- FIR S T METHODIST. HTARKK. H. M. Prayer MeetlrTg.. Hart Furniture Co. '
I CAKES MADE TO ORDER and all children's wearable of Ing Worship, 11 A. J.[. B.T.U.7:15: .Church School, 10 A. M. Morn- 7:30: P. M. Church Florida Dank at Starke
the dlinit. Service every kind and size for children P. M. Preaching, 7:30: P, M. Prayer Ing Worship. 11 A. M. Youth Fel- Eighth!: i: St. Clair Thuraday//
from wee babies up to sixteen Meeting each Wednesday 7:30: lowship, 7 P. M. Evening Wor- vices every Sunday Mike Maruca
years of ,age. Contributions ofmon"y ; P. M. Rev. C. A. Crosby Pastor ship, 7:30: p M. Prayer and Praise Smith, Pastor I--- I
should be sent to R. V. Service Wednesday. 7:30: P M.Woman' FirstPresbyterian
[' I wish' to announce Covington, Treasurer, 40:1: Con- VTDRAIN BAPTIST CHf RCII. Society 1st Tuesday, WOO I) I.AWN MIMMZONAKYBAPTIST "' ,
ClliRCII.
solidated Building Jacksonville.All -Sunday School ,10 A. M. Morn- 3:30: P. M. Church located Walnut Sunday I
School. :10 A. M. Church
I themanagement other articles should ba mailed Ing Worahlp 11 A. M. B.T.U. 7 and Jefferson Street Rev W J. Morning Worship. I
that I 11
have taken over A. M. Song Service 9 P, II
or shipped to the Society's Receiving P. M. Evening Worship, 7:30: p Churchwell, Pastor. M. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday I
Homes In the five cttlts M. Prayer Service each Tuesday I 1
I. of the 7:30: P. M. BT.U. Friday 7:30 Services :
above mentioned."The 8 P. M. Cottage Prayer Meeting Sunday
NeW: IU\'EIt MISSIONARY BAPTIST : p, M. Church located 3 miles I
Children's Home Societyof each Thursday 7:30 P. M. Church 11:00: A. D!. :
C'lirilCH.--Service west of
every Lawtey. hey T. C. WII-
mm SERVICE STATIONCorner Florida has aided over 52,000 I located 3 1.2 miles southeast of, tat and 3nl, Sundays at 11 A. M. (lam. Pastor f
children In need from wee babiesup Staike. Rev. C. C. Harris, Pastor. Rev.. Truby Psrrlsh. Pastor Pubic I
children sixteen years! of ('flUNTIIIIAI"T'I'IT CllirKCH _
to(
[ Temple Ave. and Walnut St. age, vt every creed anrt hellef, cordially invited. Preaching 2nd and, 4th Sunday Hear ; i!

from every city, town. and hamlet FIRST CHRISTIAN! CHfUm. WATEROAK n.U'TISTServlcea 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Rev C. Dr. Kaufman '

I November 1 In all of Florida during fie put Bible School 10 A. M. Preaching, P. Padgett pastor. Sunday School i
As 1st and 3rd Sundays at 11
of forty-four years and is sup lat and 3rd Sundays, 11 A. M. every every Sunday 10:30: a. m. TrainIng IHCUSH"Peace| < ':'
A, M. and 7:30: P. M. Sunday
prtell"ntireIY) by voluntary !gifts and 7:30 P. M. Mid-Week Prayer Union every Sunday evening
of money food and clothing, no Service, Wednesday 730 p, M.Woman' School every Sunday 10 A. M. 6:15.: Public cordially Invited to of! Mind"u
Rev. O. E. Cutahaw. Pastor.
support being received from either Missionary Council business attend all nervlces.
Under Our New Policy the State or Federal Government."A meeting at church tat and ". 'I,
Thanksgiving gift to' this 3rd Thursday 7:30: P. 1\(. Church 'j

I We Will Be Open for Business treat State-wide, non-sectarian located ,at 'Christian** and Call First Christian FIRST METHOQIST I CHURCH
*
charity will be a fine way to express Streets. Starke, Florida

I' Seven Days a Week gratitude for your, own j Church The Friendly Church K.v. W. J. Churrhwell, Faster
I "
blessings. Please send it today. ST. MARKS' EPI8OOPA .i

I And I Will- Glad to Serve Church School 10 A. M. Morning ""
Be
11 A. M.
Prayer and Sermon. j
Guest Speaker Attend the Study Course for Church School workers,
(Holy Communion lat Sunday) t {
I My Old Friends and Customers YOUR WATCH Litany and Intercession, Friday Sunday' Nov. 10 Tues. & Wed. and Thurs: next week In UWey Fellowship :

7:30: P; M. Holy, Days, 10 A. M., I room of Recreation hall Hear Kev. L. II. "

I In My New LocationSTANDARD' Deserves the Best Holy Communion. Church open Dr. John McNeill lilackwell: of Jacksonville. I
dally for prayer and rest. Service -
''l Center open dally for recre 11:00 ./. :M. 7:30 P. :M. Services Sunday H A. :M7:30 I'. M. r

I ation. Church St. at Jackson. I I rI


Attend Church: At The I St. Mark'sEpiscopal

OIL PRODUCTS e" PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
Uatc Lawtey Church

I1 Certified Lubrication REPAIRTrustworthy Baptist Church Kev. W. E. Hall, Pastor / \, '
Church School 10 A M.

\ <;, Washing Polishing 'Waxing Service Sunday, Nov. 3rd Morning Prayer and : 1\\

11 A. :M. 7:30 P. )t. Sermon 11 A. M. ""
Harley F. Strong "Watch Our New Building Grow""Watch '. i


B.'Red' 137 West Call St. Hear .Church a* KMt.open Service daily Center for prayer ope* Our Membership Grow"
Rev. E. T. Earnest Ii
ALVAREZI CAMP BLANDINO JEWELER dally foe ivnmUa. ,
SINCE 141
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tOE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY -TELEGRAPII. HTARKE. rLOIUDA F7tIDAY. NOVEMBER g
,
,
I-- ,

CARD OF THANKS Bible Story HourA

I take this way of expressing!

my sincere appreciation to the record attendance of 118 children 3 f fA fI

Clothingand people of Hampton tot the financial and 12 adults heard a con- 1

aid given me during the recent -
tinuation of "The Story of Joseph"at
Illness of my son, Pete. May
God bless you all. the weekly Bible Story Hour

ShoesFOR -Slim Roberta and Family. held last Tuesday at the Metho

dist recreation building. The pro-

Mr. and Mrs.\. J. C. Gervals and gram also included a talking: motion A

son, Dennis, moved to Starke Saturday ( picture on the subject of

Mr. Garvals has, leased mosquito control.

the J. F. Colley blacksmith building The hour was conducted by Mrs.

The Entire and will engage In general W. J. Churchwell and accompaniment -

FamilyEvery repair, work there.. for the singing! was provided -

by Mrs. R. A. Green. All
I V TIIM ('..UT.'r 'OI'IIT IM AYn and there
FOIL HIlAOKOIIIt COtVrV) FI.OK. workers were present
IDtI were several visitors.! Including

day is bargain day IN c.gus.No.CHANCERY. S18J Mrs. John Aldrich Mrs. H. C. t

Jl'DY M. TOLPALAn, a minor, Ritch, and Mrs.! T T. Long. ,
IN IIHS: ADOPTION BYH3AIU.

atthe * MARUUBRITJ3. H;. HAHTON TOLPALAH and BAR Mrs T. E. Morgan- has returnedto

I TON hi.NOTK'M wife, TO APPEAR her home In Monticello after

TIIW HTATK OF FI.OIUDA-TO: spending a week with her slater

Nathan Tolpalur I Km|", Mrs! C. E. Johns.StarkeUell '
I 19 H, W. Jefferson Street:: ,..(\ F'...M." "., 'Fyry.3'Mrtf''''''''"fJS.I'... w..
.. fis
'
Portland Oregon. in Palatka last Friday .. ,, .. ..... .. .,.. .........,. .. S; ,, ';>a' 0''"xf; *.""
STAR StoreFOREfllOST You are hereby notified. that a for the Palatka-11HS football ......A.t. ;.' ." ""y (.i .1f(4..i< ''''' *'' ""if ,a ,Of..... -
Petition has been filed In the Circuit '
Court for Bradford (County game Included Mrs. H. C. Brown .
Florida: In Chancery by Karl R. Miss Marian Brown, Miss Joan Vireto.
Hurt on and Marguerite TolpalurHnrton '
for the adoption of Judy: Carpenter Mrs! I* B. Moorer, Mr. E OVERt.

M Tolpalar; : and you are hereby' 1 and Mrs.! E... K Perryman, Em- C H'A N G -
''-- commanded to appear In ald Courton
Thurfday.the 6th day of December mett and Comer Perryman, Mr. FAIL t
L
A. D.,1D4fi. and show and Mrs. L. A., Davis Mr. and s _
cause. If any why .ald petition
.... ... should not be Ifrant.". Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mack Futch ,,y Q To
WITNESS my hand and neat "nf Mr. and Mrs J. M. Smith Mr. Keep Your, f
J G
r mild Court, nt Starke, }Florida till.
4th day of November A. D.. 1848 and Mrs. J. G. Godwin Mrs. Arch Car
A. J. Thomax Clerk circuit Johns, L. M. Gaines, Dr. M. B. : 5e' ItuKiraing
Court BHAL) Mr. and I Mrs Vernon
I Hy Lucille C. Conner D C. Herlong Smoother,
r'arlton and Brown Aottorneyn for Silcox, Mr. and Mrs. Geo Flynn
O
Petitioner and Betty Ann Mr and Mrs L. Longer

IM C'IIU'I'I'r ('Olll'r.' IUI\UI"O. F. Dlnkins! and Jo Ann Mr. and

1 IY/I CKIIV.''Y'I'V. KI.OIIIIlll IM t:1I: ''11- Mrs. Montelth. Mr. and Mrs. Sam :;; 't: :

1 Kenneth Montacrue"" Crammer Plain Anderson and others.Dr. .>,;t 'F'7"I' ;\
i tiff VH. Irene Mtta (
Crummer De- '
, fendant.
OF PUBLICATION was the guest,pf Sen. and <:;,: f ," SUClaII 6.95
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR "' ; W" ,
Mrs. C. E. Johns! on Thursday. ;,
STATE OP FLORlbA to: Irene '. f .'
I Etta (Crummer whose renldenre and y'NCLUDES
adilreHH IH: 807 /Bo.! LeRoy Street: I. I'IIIrCIT'COI'RT.' III \IIFOnl :
Fenton Mlrhlnan. ( Fi.omml' iOIAN' : y / //he"
rorv'ry .J /
e ,.
\ ,."''-...&.... \ You are required to appear on tKHY.Halton lt*. 1. Complete Firestone La1>rlc>tion
,, \ Dai-ember 9, 194(1.( In the abovenamed F. Johnson Plaintiff v... t arm 2. Drain and flnjdl crankeaa .f
Court and cause, wherein Alverna Cooper. Johnson. Defendant ;'R. l
\ ,Q Q."" ) Plaintiff Meek. divorce. Bradford Cane No. 6186 3. BeAU crankcase with clean, fresh oil (5 qto.- to
County Telegraph shall .
I pulijlxh this ORDER OF PUBLICATION ; 1 25c oil) ,
I Order In next four weekly IHHIIB.
\ / Wltnexo my hand and official AND NOTICE TO APPEAR a 4. Drain, flush and refill transmission

neal at Htarke( Florida, thin Novem STATE OF FLORIDA, tot Alverna e:$ B. Draln...final and refill differential
)
her 1, 1916.OFFICIAL. Cooper Juhn.un, whose residence ,
( SISAL) A. J. Thomas and address U: It. )'. D. No.1. ". 6. Clean, inspect and repack front wheel bearings
An Clerk of said Court Georgetown. Delaware.You ds 1BARNINGI
Rivers and Anderson, Green, Cove are appear on ,,;
MnrliiKH, Florida December 9, 1B4A, dlnto the above
AttyM. for Plf 11-8 4t 11-23 named Court and taut. wherein ,"
OIIE 4RT -'- plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
4 1r l\ I'IIU"I IT f'01'HT. III! 'UFOItUf'UI County Telegraph shell pnlillHh thla
"lrv" Pl.OIIIOll IM 11 ('II'- Order In next four weekly IHMUCH.Wltli .
41/UV. M" my hand and official
.: 4eit'n Anne lYulln Huffino, Plaintiff v... neal at Htarke, Florida, this November SKIDDING\
ChurloH. C. Kufflno Defendant Cane A, 1946.OFFICIAL. AVOID
0011, GRAD,r.A": No ft I ft 4.OHDKR. ( SEAL A. J, Thomas,
OF PITHLIfATTONANlt ( of said Court.
;NOTICE' :! TO APPIOAR William t>. Morgan JackHonvllle,
8TATK OF FLORIDA tot ChurlenC Florida.
t. !. Itufflno whose residence find Atty. fur Plf.- 11-8\ 4t 11.29
fOREmOSTmiLK address. IH: H2.1 K. Slnt Street New
York New York .
dd You are required to appuar, tin I-N tuitiir ('(iiir. Hit \inonnAnicelu
adt. 1ag v IKirember 9, 1948. In the above C'OI V'1'S'. FLOIt1DSIV ('Ii S410t ".
named' Court and anise, wherein V.
plaintiff peeks dlvoriH. FTndfnrd N. Pav"M", Plaintiff v.. An-
County" Telegraph shall puhllHh thin thony .t. CuveHB, vfoidaat.. Case. i l+ ll h I/Ill
hb Order In next tour weekly IMHIIVM. No. 0188.OIIDER. i
WltneMw my hand and offUUI OF PUBLICATION
Meal at Ktark, Florida thlH Novem ANL'0'I"Ir'1: 1'( Al'PKAJl:
y\t rAITRYRIZID r her .A, 11146.OFFICIAL. HTATK OF FLORIDA to: Mr.
( HEAL) A. J. Thomas, Anthony M. Cavene, wh.He reHldenie
An Cler kof Maid Court. and nddremi IH: 41 Curney Street
T. Frank t.anclrurn, rttarke, FIll % :\Ir... A. Caveite, lien Cove., New
Ally, for I'It, 11-11 4t 11.29 York.
41Wa
r1S / : You are required to appear on
Ie \ IV 4'IIl P4'1T C'''' 11'1 nil \i>f<>mtI December 9. 11MB, In the above
i '.01 "\MTV Pl.OMIIItl IM CIINKHV. named Court and cause, wherein
r ( : plaintiff. seeks divorce Bradford
Furl: it. Foirle, Plaintiff VH Claudia County Telegraph Hhull publish. thin
4 O.IMon DAIRIU INS.7Y Lntilne Fouli-, Defendant, Ca. ... No. Order In, next four weekly iHHtieH.WltneHH .
filKOOHDEU 'my hand and official Real
OF Pt'nLICATION at Htarkv. Florida,' this November 0 Reg. 2.19FOG
AND NOTICE TO APO ,\R 6. 1948.
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Claudia (OFFICIAL SKAI.) A. t. Thomas, 0 .
R Louie FoKln, white resident andaddrtwM AH Clerk. of, Kali Court.T -- LIGHT
IH: 800V ManacheHter Lane, ,
'r Frank IjandrumvNtarke, Fla.
U Silver Springs, Maryland.You Atty. for Pit. 11-8 4t 11.29 /d 4.00 tova :
are required to appear on 51. ,
December 9, 1948, In the above .'oportlo.....I Y Lew 1.79
named Court and cause, wherein l\ rinrrrr (0' ll'r iiHnp'onitOI >
plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford \TV, KLOItllltl IN: IH,\:\-
County Telegraph hall publlnh thin CIiev. Free Inspection! Prompt tenrtcel I Grade A rubber I And A powerful six-Inch light
Order In next four weekly IMHIKH.WltneNH .. Carrie Mae' Steen 'Howley,_ Plaintiff .rtCNtone loans yon Urea whUe yours are being tetrta.ded. with amber lens. Pr.-focused
my hand and official vii.' James II. Kowley. also knownas Why take chances on ordinary retreading All materials andworkmanship Masda bulb. A wonderful
Meal at Htarke, Florida thin Noven.her James :Mlnkvr. Cane. No. 5189.
7, 1946.OFFICIAL.. ORDER OK1 PI-HL1CATION fully guaranteed. value' for this week
( SRAL) A. J. Thorn, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR only. Don't miss itl!
A* Clerk of Maid Court. STATK OF FLORIDA to: JamesH. ..
Hy" Lucille C. Conner D C.' Rowley, alaio known aa James <' (:,u*, .." (?" ," ": : '4
1. K. Skipper Jackaonvlllew... M Inker, whose and address .. Make Tough Job/ Easy H 1,0 H O UA 1't
flllLK Atty. for Plf. 1I'8' 1129rinriir : III r..I'I.'l a '
,__ You 'are .. appear on Roman Gold Finish
Ir coi'HT. RninrnnnciiiMrv. December 9, 1946. In.a the above 4 IGNITION
\o. \ FLORIDA IM (;IIAII: named Court and caiue, wherein
r M"4 .' fJllI\7 rpiiiv. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
in thePaper < '. '. Rruue Mine, Plaintiff V.. Bonnie County Telegraph shall publluh. this CABLE SETS
... Mini, Defendant. Case No. 5177. Order In next four weekly IKHUBH.Wltnena .
'ItI' ORDER OF PUBLICATION .. my' hand land official
", .. "
seal at "Btarke November "
:'" / AND NOTICE TO .APPEAR8TATB FlorldaylthU DD
Afs OF FU1RIDA to KennleMIniB. T, 1946.OFFICIAL. l .1.
whose r..ld..n..nd.. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas P" AUTO
I. unknown. Aa Clerk of said Court. 6
.,. You are required (000 addr.\\Hy Lucille C. Conner, D. C. IIOIIN
December. 9, 1546. In the H. H. Duncan Jacknnnv11fe Flu i ,
named Court anilpanne, wherein: Atty for Pit 11-8 4t 11-29 ;
plaintiff neeka divorce. >Frail ford I seissoiis 3.79
County Telegraph shall pubrieh" thU iv; riHcriT Coin BRADFOHU 8.9. ap
Containernow Order In next four weekly I BU"". ('O.IITY.: rUOHIIX: -tllANCHRV. I JACK '
WltneMM my hand and official For nearly all care. Same Has beautiful powsrfnl
.al I at Starke, Florida thla November Francis Jack Saxon; ""P1'intitr.; vn.MaceTle Seavyduty-gnaranteedto high quality as used for tone. Handsome Boman
I. 1044.OFFICIAL. Ellen: 8a on,. Defendant. Eire free, easy lifting. Twooriginal equipment gold metaltutre dalah.
( SEAL) A. J. Thomaa, Case No. 5187.ORDER ton capacity.
All Clerk of said Court. OF PUBLICATION .: -
J, S. Harrison Jacksonville, Fla. I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR -
Atty for Plf. o. ll-l 4t 11-J9 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs.
available at your -' I Mawle Ellen Saxon whose rent- Setter Semite; cfGlart
For
iv (.nC'I'I'r coi'HT. RRAnroiin dance and address la: Furman / Radiator
C4HMFY.\ FLOHIU| I... tl4M: South ,Carolina.
1'IIIY.Beulah: AUTO
FOREMOST Marie Dennett Plaintiff, v... Yon are required to appear on .Cleaner
ravorite dealer ,
Joe Harry. Hennett. Defendant. Case December 9, 1546. .In the above DOOR
No. 61416. named Court and cause, wherein Faa
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND plaintiff ...k. divorce. Bradford MIIIROR ,. Solder,

NOTICE OF FLORIDA: TO APPKAU.STATK Order County In Telegraph next. four shall weekly publish tenueaWltneee this, Belts and RustResistor
to Joe
:
l Light Convenient Easy Handle
....dd..... U No. J-U Charlotte, Charleston neal at Starke, Florida this November ,
8. C. 6, 1946. "" I
/ $ ,Pours Easily You are required to appear on (OFFICIAL SEAL!: -A, f. Thomaa
December :5, I84, In the above named Aa Clerk of said Cowvt 4
Vo Saves Precious Refrigerator Space) 'ourt and cau.. wherein plain. T. Frank I-.ndrum, Stark., Fla. 1.29
tiff .eek. divorce. Bradford County Atty. for Plf It-S 4t 11.25w.C.z'U.
Telegraph .hall puhlUh thla Order 1.59
*\L No Deposit-No Returns In next four weekly I........
WltneMa my hand and official neat 1t.Gives clear rision to the
to
/ilmirror. 4'',.

I dr ( SEAL! ) CueArL J. Thoma.. GRAND GOOD: STORY speed engine*. Chrome plated.
A. Clerk of eald
/// Empty Container Ity Lucille C. Conner 1) C. Governor St..John of Kan'aw )

Samuel W. Oetaen daine.vlile. Fla. wait walking down a street ;.._
A II". for Plf It- 4t II-SJ! r
//? Approved by Health Authorities when a blc Hquo ?tress acofflngly Hat Many, Mowy Vast

pointed to the,, Govvr.
Be TlfTreat WOOL
Quick I i
nor'a Blue Ribbon,,. .and said WASH

: BUY DELICIOUS AND HEALTHFUL FOREMOST MWhal do you,teetotalers think MITT
'
I Bronchitis you are going- to dot You'll rYr;

MILK I IN THE NEW, HANDY CONTAINER TODAY. never* for get we us have out- of the our drinking famines 1fiR

1I Chronlo: bronchitis may develop If men on our aide".we have the ,rrt 39 Lr
your cough chest cold or acute bronchitis
1* not treated and you cannot; foreign element on our aide, ..p, w.
.
afford to take a chance with any medicine (td wr have nione? on our tee rust. kale
I .
less potent than Crcouaulslon ,I aide. And moneys a power PITRIFIER.L.&U Cleaner remore perttirRemoves
which to the seat ol the I and Uudge. Balder
right
Q goes .. 1.29 .
[ n-1 !
t -.t you fnrr-t It, .mall "
) trouble to help loosen and expel germ dirt and import- neatly repairs .
laden phlegm and aid nature to "I grant .all yon say rf'''.... ', "... Separate "free" For home or ear-does the Bust Bests'or pr.wnt corrosion.
soothe and heal raw.tender.Inflamed the Goirra r. but \ve have the water. Increases Job in .
a
July!
Will
TOUT i ifflclancr. car'f : outwearnatural
bronchial mucous membranes. I I praying Mather '
Creomulaton blends beechwood on our aide I' _ sponge.
k we" have 'aw..k..n",1
FoREmosTG.R creosote byspectal processwith! other: an pnfcllt - -
time tested medicines for conscience tin our aide, and we -
It contains! no narcotics. have God on our' aide. And -

No matter how many COU&h4-I: I ao..'. a power and don't 7011'orc.a J. P.

sell you have a bottle tried. tH of your ii:. Roberts Motor:

'-Jt.a'; .cr-:: -r" > -- the understanding( you must like the Copied from FLORIHA GOOD
way U quickly alia73 the cough: permltUntr .-
NK\VS: ; October
;' ,tilJili.t I rest and sleep or you std.to rv 1016. I I I 600 Temple Ave. Fla'

ei I t h=' J ;,tit; nncy ta+. Ut'/J Ii i Starke,



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, 3. 1948 I.

BRADFORD CWNTT -........ STAJTKKp FLOKIDA f.tOFT trCY. .

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plaintiff Back. divot*. Bradford the ttrooklyn Lan7 I!* CtKCVWBVRT.:, .
Company, ere BRUMORDCdoRTY. I.t CIRCUIT roiTRT.rvoniuti. BRADFORD
on Making the Most of Variety Meats Order County In Telegraph shall publish this unknown to your plaintiff; and ...._.r>..r IT CH.t.N.tERr I CO6'RTV.' t4: CIIAM
yeas next roar
weekly Isnue. that thera la no pesos In the State :: CERY

seal St Stark. Florida. this "f Florida the service or a aub- Robert K rTroeveiwwr. Plaintiff, vs. IVnln. Kelly Plalntlf. ".. TlaonICUy.
Octo pound upon whom would hind the FYam.** War Oraawtaor, Defendant. D feitdant. Ow No. 11(1.
Makes 4 to 6Servingsorb Servings -or 4 to 8 her 14, 1948.OFFICIAL. mil defendants or either of them Case Noy 6154ORDER I "
ServingsR ORDER; OF VUrlWCATIONAMD
4 ( SEAL: ) A, J. Thomas. That It la the belief of the pialst- OF PUBLICATION
t BRAISED DYER AND ONIONS LIVER CASSEROLE FRENCH FRIED LIVER A. Clerk ..f *ai<* Court. tiff that the said defendants are AND NOT1CB TO APPEAR NOTICE TO APPEAR:
Dredg sled Urar In flour. K. II. Duncan HT Lynch Bide. earn over the ere of 2T year STATE STATK1 OF FLORIDA to! TlnnKeUy.
Brown cube In (at. Add !Vteupetloek. Cut liver IT IB. THERRTFORW! ORDEREDthat : OF n.onrD.tOl Mrs whose reeldencr I I. unknown.
In about Jacksonville
In H Inch FU
Brown dripping. Add 1 .Add W atrip. France* MayGvoavanor, whose realiteoce .
diced onloni. cup chopped wide Boll In auond Atty. for 'lf. II.I 4t the defendants Charles Cohenand You arc required to appear onNo..co
pound Season, flour. It'll and address IK .P
Cook 30 .celery.M cupallcwi olive*.Swi- Cook ______. Cohen, Ms' wife; William ( Drown 1ft, 1914' In the above
cover. slowly
nln,11w until browned !Street Wnlvarhtompton Stafford.
nicely la
thicken
and
eons cover with 2 Carry and Kuphonlst: Curry, named Court and ctauaa, wherein
nov liver and onion*, Make chopped cooked deep bet lard at 37$'F. iv: CIRCUIT cornr.:: BRADFORD hire/ England -
eggs; cook temper- his wife; R. D. Clayton' amt .,.--.-_ plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
gravy from dtlpplng*. lowly 20 mlnulea Mure.Drain.Serve hot ("Ot'N'fY. ri.OHIIttl l> CHAN-: Clayton hla wife Mlrhuel Wade You are required ta appear on County: : Telegraph shall publish thla

('ICRY and _____.__ Wart, his wife- and November 16, IW, in the above Order In neat four weekly Imiue
Martha M. Palmer Plaintiff. vs. J. B. Zoall J. f. Hnlstje J. L. King. named Court and cause, wherein Witness my hand and official 'I:
Make 4 to 6 Servingsor 6 Servings James C. Palmer Defendant.C a SB Sr., and Mary T. King, ,If alive, and plaintiff aeek eUvovee. Bradford seal at stark, Florida this Onto ':
-or 4 Servings No. 6161. If dead, the unRtown heir at law I'nunty Teleirraph shall publish this h..r 11. 1'41. '
HEARTS HEART PATTIES BAKED ORDER PUBLICATION legate, rfevlaw or of Order In next four weekly Inane
STUFFED HEART *- BRAISED SLICED HEART grantees (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR each of the abov named parties Wltneaa my hand and official e.alJt4 Aa Clerk of said Court.; ,
a Baer) 'Trim bard part and qrlnd.Add Remov hard part Fill with Slice lentfhwu' into 4 aervlaqa. STATE OF FLORIDA to: James and all person* claiming any right : Starke. Florida, this October 14,
1t.sapoonmitand.4Maspoon. bread eluding. Skewer shut Remov hard paita. c. Palmer whoa residence U un title I or Interest in and to the property ; It O. Drown Stark. Fla.

pepper.Snap Into palllea Roll Roll In flour brown In fat Add Dredge with Hour.\ "Blown In tat known. described ahoy* and 'n the (OFFICIAL SEA[.> A, J. Thomas, Attr. for nr. 10-11 4t 11-11
yl la Hour brown In (fat. Cover Add U cup liquid. Cover and You arc required to appear on Bill of Complaint flle.l herein do- Aa Clerk of nald. Court.
Vi
j cup water cover. Cook la cook lowly 2 ..a..... Make December 2. t.4$, In the abov ....... appear on the 25th day of November By 'juolllw C. Conner, IK C.
ctoeely.cook slowly 30 minute.. 300 F.oven until lender..( gravy bom drippings.Makes ed Court and cause wherein plaintiff A. n. 194K, Sit answer the sal t T Frank andrum, altar ke. Florida. Tailor-Made
seeks divorce. Bradford County Bill of Complaint filed against themat Attr. tor I'lf. 10-ii: 4t 11 .13tn
Telegraph.u.rh publish thin Order the office of th. Clerk of the SEAT COVERSAll
4 In next Circuit Court In and Bradford
Serving.or 6 Servings -or 4 to 6 Servings' weekly Issues. r riRcriT ('GI'RT BRADFORD
.
(County Florida, and that this Order
BREADS BROILED SWEETBREADS"1 SWEETBREADS A U seal/ Stark. Floridanthisfthto. be rwVNTY FI.ORIIAp IN CUAK.CKRY : .
py KING BREADED SWEETBREADS jealz at puhllithi'd!: In the BradfordCounty .

Add U teaspoon salt and Vi,... Simmer. for Broiled Sweetbreads. 194, Telegraph n..df"rd M newspapernnhlished Lawrence Mauck Plaintiff v.. Eva,
Simmer for Broiled (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, In County Florida
Sweet- Thomaa
spoon vinegar to 1 pint water Drain, cut in piece A. Mauck defendant. Case No.
Drain. Roll la diluted Aa Clerk of said Court. once a week for tour oonseontlve tl
Simmer weotbrad Make 2
In water AId: medium cream (.'has. H. Hess, lOt-If 05 Realty Bldir. weeks heifore the return date Ii1U.ORDER
Ele j and crumb In OF PUBLICATION
20 minute Drain plunge Into aauce. sweetbreads, egg Fry drip Jatksonvllle, Fla. stated In this Order and Notice
(a cold water. Drain brush with chopped green pepper. piml- PUKJS. Se...... Serve wllh to- Ally for Fit. 11.1 41 11.22 WITNFIS8' my ham and the seal. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
STATE OF VJ.tJlUfJA
lat brown both aide enlo and card Season to: Eva A.
on malo it deaired. ,
egq sauce of this Court on this the 23r' l day Mauck. whose .
residence and .<1
Heat thoroughly. of October .A. D. 1918. at Stark.
dress 11 9114 Eighth
WOTICIO TO Street N. 11:
APPK4H
In Ihl State and 1 County aforesaid.A. ?
Washington 11. C.
Makes .4 to 6 SeI'Ylngaor 6 Servings 6 TO ALL PERSONS! HAVINO OR .. THOMAS You '
-or Servings CLAIMING ANY INTEREST: IN are required to appear on
Clerk Circuit
KI N Y ..' BROILED LAM3 KIDNEYS KIDNEY ROLLS 1 KIDNEY SPOON CARESAetnevemembnn..splitinbsl !AND TO TUB LANDS FOLLOWING: I>BSCKIBEO County, Florid Court, rvadford November named Court 1P, and 194. cause, In the wherein above

Cut kidney Into 1-Inch The Northwest Quarter (NWH) (SEAL: ) Lasonbr A O"'T.Attorn..y. plaintiff seeks divorce I Bradford Work Guaranteed
cubes Grind kidney. Add t 'teaspoon Jordan, ,
and brush with" fat. Place on except two (1)) acres In Northwest County Telegraph shall publish this.
'. broiler rack about 3 inches from Simmer la water until leader ..It" I teaspoon pepper and 2eqg Corner and two (I) acres 10-2S for Plaintiff. Order In next. four weekly iHHuea. WARD SEAT
the heat. Broil until brown on Cover with bread dressing and *. Drop by lablespoooJul. In Southwest Corner of Ho'ith- 4t. 11-1B.- Witness my hand and official

I both aid**. Serve with broiledtomatoes. > wrap with silo*ol bacon. Bake into hot drippings. Brown en west Quarter (8WU of North. .N omrriT ("ot'RT, BRADFORDCOI"tTY neal at Htarke, Florida, this Octo COVER CO.
e la modem oven X minutes. both> aids until slightly criap.cOrding west Quarter (NWM and except FLORIUAi 11 CHAN- her u. un.OFFICIAL.
11 4-10 acres heretofore and to CKHY.Juanlta ( SEAM A. J, Thoma.. GAY'S SERVICE STATION
Sidney }f. Uodtl In Southeast Oliver Edgar Plaintiff ".. A* Clerk of said Court. .
riy Lucille (\ >. C'.
Quarter iSEi ) of Northwest Conner l
; James Edward Edgar Defendant Zarh H Phone 10 Court Madison 8t .
Douglas llx Oalneevllle
,
.\! to the nutritionists acquainted with their poeaibHities plies they may be prepared In a Quarter
ty Pleats have not been as she might be may be one reason. variety of attractive ways. The SWm and two III acres In the ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR Atty. for rif. 10-14 4t 11-S

Kwnuderation( In the menu 'l The variety meat. include liver I above table gives only a few of the Northwest Quarter (NW 110) of STATE OF FLORIDA tot James. ____
fact that th heart sweetbreads Southwest Quarter (SWH.commencing who-4 resilience and
.de.erve. The ,kid nays,braiiu, manrldwbichmaybeappliedlnmeDIa Edward Edgar
fait't; mm tongue and tripe. Aa the im at an Iron In the corner nddresa ,la unknown.
the
planner name making most of variety meats.
of Silver l rake and extending a. You are required to appear on EARN While You LEARN to FLY
Icing the lake shore Rastward. November 11. 1)41 In the above
And. also hue-tan'1 Northwest\ named Court and cause, wherein -

rllCriT FLOR'DAtBINACHAN. IN COUNTY CIRCUIT FLORIDA COURT. BRADFORD IN: CHAN: IN CIRCUIT. FLOHIIIAl tOI'RT. BRADFORDCOUNTY. H CH.U.Robert corner(FUCK: ) of of inutheaac Southwest Quarter Quarter plaintiff of seeks maiden divorce nam.and Bradford restoration
'IITY. On The G. I. BILL of RIGHTSNew
CK.HV. CEHY. SWVi of Section 11. thence run County Telegraph shall publish thla
1 r. Anna Qarnett Stltt Plaintiff, v*. II. Lants. Plaintiff vs. ElsieFlorence South 1SSO fact thence East (IS Order In next tour weekly Issue
art I n.k. Plaintiff vs. feet, seal
II Lee thence North .atthence Witness my hand and official
Barney frUltt, Defendant. Ca.eNo. Lants, Defendant. Casa poizit
llarlo Martinet Defendant. 6151. No. 5174. West 1211 feet to ofbeflnnlnir. at Stark Florida, this October J4.
Ife U57- And also beginning 194*. .
PUBLICATION ORDER OF PUBLICATION ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND at the Southwest corner of North OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas .
US ERNOTICIB! TO APPEAR AND NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTICE TO APPEAR!: ant Quarter NICm of South- Aa Clerk of said Court. ;
to Ann STATE OF FLORIDA to: Barney STATE OF FLORIDA to: Elsl went Quarter : '. of HcctUnIS Hy D. C. PIPER CUBS .. t
MTB OF FLORIDA residence: Lee Htltt. whom residence la RouteS Florence Lants, whose residence thence run Kant 947 feet T. Frank e.nii: .:: i3tarke. Fla.Alty. .
r Mirtlnek, whose Box 253, Portsmouth Virginia. and address Is: 140 Oakwood thence .North 1000 feet thence for Plf. 10-25 4t 11-18
liMrni I I. unknown. You are required to appear on Avenue North Uiledon New Jer Went 947 feet to a point In Pll- __ being: usedin i
on
i Ire required-' appear November 25. 194(1( In the abovenamed sey. v r Lake, thence South I V CIRCUIT -OI'HT. BRADFORD .
rt and cause wherein seeks divorce said land lying and being In the .-.. t
i Court plaintiff and euro, December 2, 144, In the above program
rd! leeks divorce. Bradford custody and control of minor child. named Court and cause. wherela Section Thlr'oen, Township MIght Thanomaes H. Wllforl, Plaintiff, v... _7''''_'__ t
HT.ler.rapt hall publlah this Bradford County Telrnranli .hall plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford (U South flange Tuenty-two Florence Hilda WllfoM, Defendant. ...- '", .-
f 11 next four weekly Isauo 'publish this Order In next. tour County Telegraph shall publish this 121 East. C" No, 6166.
IHII my hani and official weekly Isnue. Order In next four weekly Issues. It appearing from the plalntlff'a ORDER: OF PlfBLICATION Certified Ground School Clam Instructions ,
Florid. this October worn Bill of Complaint on file In AND NOTICE TO APPH1AR Given Certified Ground School Instructor
,
Witness hand
uSurko and official by
my Witness my hand and official the cant of Jessie Taylor Stewart STATE OF FU HII>A toi Mra.Florence .
seal at Htarke Florida; this Octo seal at Starke Florida, this October Hilda Wllford. whoseresidence
Charles Cohen et '
a ""widow va.
AL SEAL) A. J. Thomas bet' 23 1916.OFFICIAL 31, llMrtOFFICIAL. alas Raid I cause ponding In the Circuit and address' U Bouth Certified Flight Instructor
IIIrt of said Court. ( SEAL) A. J. Thoma., ( SEA!.) A. J. Thomas, Court of Florida Eighth Judicial lamnton, WiiKland.' : Federal Approved Primary Ground and Flighty
dk. C. i.'onntr, D. C. As Clerk of said Court. As Clerk of said Court. Circuit. In and fur Bradford You are required to appear on

.._Landrum;' Stark, Fla. James U. Brandies, Lynch Bulldmtr William I>. Morgan Jacksonville, County, which onus la, a null to November 2t!, IJH, In the above School Certificate No. 5056.
tor Pit. 10-ZS 4t .11-15 Jacksonville 1 Fleeida.Atty I : Fin.Atty.. quiet title rf the above (Inscribedlan.ln named Court and cause, wherein y
for PIS. 19-25 4t 11-1S for Plf. 11.1 4t 11-11 that the respective residences I plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford

C and iilaces of address of the defendants County Telegraph ahall publish For Information please phone Conway at 117
t in CIRCUIT COURT HRADFORDCOUVrV :NOTICE' OF 1VTKVTIOV TO AP. Charter Cohen and __ ____. :, this Order In next. four weakly laWltneia -
ICriT COURT BRADFORD FLOUIDAl IN CHAN.: PLY FOIL VACATION: OB- PLAT Cohen hl. wife: William Currr: aalRuprattnla .u.... at 32 ;
; hand and official seal or Libby
IN CHAN. wife D.
T. FLORIDA that the Curry Mi : R my
CKRV. Notice Is hereby given _.... his Florida this October 14,
t. of the fee Clayton and Clayton at Htarke, ,
Frank IS. Blackman Plaintiff vs. undersigned owner. ,
__. Lee Braaur, Plaintiff, Patricia Blackman. Defendant Ca..e'No. simple title to the tract of land wife; Michael Wade and _..and 1911. -
A. J. Thomaa.Aa
.. Jane Erasure Defendant. 6119. hereinafter described Intend to apply Wade, his whet W. H. Wright (OFFICIAL of SEAL said Court. CONWAY.LIBBYU..FLY.IT SERVICE :
_._. Wright his wife and J. Clark:
1134. I ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND to the Board of Bradford of County County Commissioners B. Zeall. J. C. Holster, J. I* Kin* By ueUle C. (Conner l'. C. P. O. Rox 30.1 Starke.. Fla. : ;
|'mIR OF PUBLICATION NOTICE TO APPEAR Starke, Fla.
Frank Landrum.
T.
8r.' and Mary I. King. aa the surviving i
I NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE] OF FLORIDA to Patricia. Florida on the Ind day of Decem.ber director and trustees of Atty. for Pit. I-1I 4t 11-le I
_.ITS OF FLORIDA tol Mr. Blackman, whose residence and ad. A. D. 184S.t o vacate the platof I

lull Bra.llr., whose residence 'dress Is: 601 Blsselle Richmond, the subdivision of Hampton Florida .... ,_. ,
.' Beach Bradford County ,. -- -- -
direst Street California.Tfo
li: 106 4th ,, I
Dtswaree.r..w'' I' -- are-.tfulntl tor-appear on e"mprlaln the .f.no'W1nll''eI."crlb.
i in required 'to appear ontor November IS. 1948 In the above named ed land In Mid County, to-wltl
11, 1948 In the above Court and cause wherein plaintiff : The West Half of the Southwest
I Court and cause, < wherein"' seeks divorce.' .iiradford County Quarter and the West Half ot
Af i.ks divorce. Bradford Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn the Southeast Quarter of t It.
Telegraph shall publish this next tour weekly Issues.Wltneis Southwest Quarter of Section 14; 1
pi lest four weekly Issue my hand and official seal and the East Half of the South V
at Starke Florida this October east Quarter of the Northeast
no hand and official
my ,
I Btarke, lorlda, this Octol. 18, 1946, Quarter and a strip of land along GENUINE r
(OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas the North aide of the Northeast
Aa Clerk of said Court. Quarter of the Southeast Quarter
I. SEAL
) A. J. Thomas,
'Ark of py Lucille C. Conner O D. C. bounded on the South by ;
said Court. own.
k William D. Morgan:, Fifth Floor Little Santa Fe Lake, In Section '
Uadrum, Stark*. Fla. Florida. 23 all In Township T South .ru ,
Jacksonville
IhrFK.' 10-15 4t 11-8 Clark Bldsr ; rvv. yl/1
Atty., for Plf. 10-1J 4t 11-8 Range 21 East Tallahassee Bas 1 1I

and Meridian; 6Uttf 1I
IU CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD : which said plat I* recorded In the
itchy! COVRT. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORID IV CHAN: office of the Clerk of the Circuit I Ir
TT, FLORIDA IN CHAN- CERY. Court of Bradford County, Florida,
r, Ouskle; Dlckeraon Brassell, Plaintiff. Iin Plat Book 2, at page 10, of
Lon, Slppl; Plaintiff, vs. vs. John BrasBell. Defendant. Case. the public record of said County.A. '
t lawrence Slppl.- ,.Defends N>. 8110. J. Thomas and Eva Ma
| No 5135 __ ORDER OF PUBLICAIOM:. Thomas, his wife,
ER op PUBLICATION AND NOTICE TO APPEAR W. K. Mlddleton and Jfolla D.
'NOTtCB TO APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA to John Middleton, his wife,
TE: OF FLORIDA to Mr. Brassell, whoa residence Is un- Mary Adam. Dicks, ft; widow.

Lawrence Slppl, whose, known. 11-1 2t 11-S
tad address I I.: 31 Clark You are required to appear on ____
Iwrrlngton. Delaware. November 18 1946. In the above BRADFORD
oro required to appear on named Court and cause wherein COUNTYTFLORIDAI: IBf CHAVWilliam" -
r II, 1941 In the above nomPiudeaun plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford. CERY.

wherein plaintiff Orderyinenextafour aweeklyllissues.. J. Theu. Plaintiff, v*.
Mwros. Bradford County Esther Them, Defendant. Case No.
"4k shall publlah this Order Witness my hand and official seal 6115.
lour weekly lasuea. at Starke, Florida this October 16, OF PUBLICATION
my hand and official seal 1946.' ORDER TO APPEAR I
.Florida this October T. (OFFICIAL: SEAL) A. J. Thomas, STATE OF FLORIDA tot! Esther
Aa Clerk of said Court. Theus, whose residence and addressI I
"I.SEAL) A. Thomas, By Lucille C. Conner D. C. I unknown. ,
"" of a4! Court. Zach H. Douglass. Box. 411 Gaines'yule You are required to appear on

...l1'ndrum. Starke, ::11'1&. Fla. 4t 11.8 December 1, 1 4 I In the above
10-1S 4t .11-8 Mty" for Pit.'t t 10.18 named. Court and cause, wherein
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder

Witness In next my four hand aklyofficial ? .

anal at Starke, Florida, this Octo- ; cIgoef.f

aa. i VorFKICIA9LEAL) A. J. Thoma., :: # :; :

A. Clerk or maid Court.
with book. Fl. r /.
.a good .. Zech AllY }for I. Douglas Pit. _, Oaln..vl1l"II-I 4t. 11.23IY '


(inriir rornr. BRADFORD.
c ('O( %'I'Y. F .OHII>AI I" (...AII.

Joseph: Y.J. Hsan, Plaintiff v*.

Al'c.. Ueian.U efendant Ca. No.51T2ORPER .
__u.
PUBLICATION
I ANI tRrTlCB TO APPEAR
STATE OF FLORIDA: Alice
I
I Re....n. whose re.Llenr and ad. ,
..
'Ireis Is % Mr. J"m Lambert,

Lunghurst are North required(.rollna.10 appear on 7ya (
1C You see
December I. 1914. In the above 7
Court and cause. wherein ar,4
rEA named plaintiff seeks dlv"rc. Bradford ++wwkfr9 ,,at aagWp s or
.
Telelllraph shall publish this 1suqP.
rrteryin, next four weekly lanes.Witness .

Stark my hand Florida and, this official October : if; J
seal at'


'taentahs a.AY.a eaeni.w.A'saa adwa, OFFICIAL Clerk 19th.of SEAL 1941.saW11Court.Bldg.) A. J. Thomas.As T W.For.yth -. ''ii JKO } ; 1. Mechanics trained in Ford i

K. a
J. +
Florida. t
seasonvllle.
O J 11.1 4t n.n ,
AU,. for plf. J Factory Methods ;, )
'
BRADFORD
cOCRT.
CQURT'ES'Y 'IKCI'IT .
Is cot ,,'rY. FLORIDAIN CHAR ,
.1
.
'i in all the thoughtful relations of Sef .(0. .RYM' Taylor. Plalntltt Case v.N... Mollle 6029.ORIeER .
; o..t.nltaat. Ford Parts,
raylor 2. Genuine
IIIct" with convenience and complete'wsi NOTICE 01' PUBLICATION TO APPEAR

as well ar'u.cono1' in the STATE AND OF FLORIDA 10: Mollie
aa and ad.
'...Id.nc.

"* foci 3 Ford-Approved Service Methods

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I. partannd K>ol rvteded for ;
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The Tornadoes TORNADOES! ball JVe're Top
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