Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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oclc - 33886096
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idoesMeet Operator Buys Pecan Grove

And After Is 30 Well Pleased with First Season Here New Guard'Unit I For Bradford Production Soil and of Oriental Climate Found VegetablesSomething Suitable 45,098 Pounds

Leo Tonight years' experience as me" he said yesterday. "I'm just

[ tion's a telegraph operator in the Na beginning to learn, so I wouldn't To Be Activated altogether new In pay $5 a day and up for help,
capital and other I Bradford agriculture has been In Sold Fifth
tan metropoli venture to; predict the 'total yield. troduced the "up"' depending' on the output at
[ Ground centers W. A. Dryden has returned but It may be around 4 or 5,000 to well-cultivated fieldsof of work. Miss Freeman said
Home to the state of his birth the former I. A. O'Berry farm she will 'build
i pound At any rate it'a been Tuesday NightCeremonies a barn and dwelling
and has selected on Highway 100
Bradford west of Jones'Grocery. :
for the County an encouraging start with the It's places for colored Inboreis- Pecan AuctionBradford
pursuits of I vegetables.grown .
agriculture. i excellent prices afforded this aea- when she can find workers and

3 takes on another four- A native of Nassau County, son. for 'the activationof caRt from Imported seeds which materials to put up the buildings.
tonight (Frill the veteran Western Mr the approximately $5 a pound. Aa It standn. '
they've been
assignment Union em, Dryden's previous experIence City' new National Guard But the Freeman workIng County's most lucrative -
III tackling St. Leo on the ployee left, home as a youth, on a farm was years ago, unit will be staged at the Armory last July from family, arrivals overtime since July to get the' pecan season wan on the

(glcilrofl. As leading con- learned his trade and traveled far when he spent a period as a boy Tuesday, with the swearing In of N.. Y.. say the local Farmtagdale crop started, and the farmhouse downgrado this week a* offeringsat
ri i for the State' Catholic and wide. Ha had been In Wash at his father's citrus grove on officers and men before a board :: planting- Itself In shape. The Chinese greens the
visitors will ington D. C. since Merritt altogether experimental, and that were pltnted Immediately Tuesday! auction totaled
jhlp, the 1939. Island. Telegraphy followed representing the Seventh Army after
a'' eerIe and Headquarter. only time will tell whether North the "hurricane," and 4 .0II8 pounds, little more than
Afresh from Upon casting about for a likely he states .that for a of Atlanta. Florida conditions shipmentsare
i over St. Paul, of Jack-, prospect for pecan farming Mr. long while he "hoboed" around Major Richard G. Kldd has oriental a.rop adaptableto expected to begin next week. half the preceding' week' peak

the Florida Military Dryden decided In favor of the 27-> after the fashion of travelling been appointed commander of the Miss Lee greens.Freeman. her : Management of the farm Is by sale of 80,031. Prices showed a

i'y the Admiral Farragut acre tract and grove northeast I operators and journeyman print- outfit, designated as Headquarters parent i John Lee, a Chinese-American marked falllng-ofl from
of] *, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Freeman previous
ry r'r'of St Petersburg and Starke, known as the old Heenan I i ers of the day. He has served ,Company, Second Battalion and her brother skilled in this type of agriculture, highs also
< John
are who was with averaging 32 58|
for 124th the Frennnans In
get Tampa Boy' Club. Williams place. The both the leading telegraph Infantry. 48th Division. well I
property, experienced with this type Farmtngdal. The cents per pound as
Itoocklng over St. Paul, '21 was purchased In June from Frank companies and many railway stations -' Other officers are; 1st lieutenant farming. For the vegetable are compared
past IS years being grown here in with the season' high of 37
the victors show- Landrum. An In states east of Kansas. John J. Roane executive and six varieties, 112|
bit week, adjoining 12 they have devoted
acres! He will communications most of a 100- and will be sold direct to restau cents reached at the third auc
will be enjoy his officer 1st lieu.
yavy line and a fine display cultivated by his brother retirement ; acre place at Farmingdale to rants. tion.
ilve power spearheaded A. J., a former mechanic with the here with his wife and his son, tenant Hugh Ingram transportation varied crops'ot foodstuffs Shipment will be by ex
Jim. The officer commander required press, although Miss Freeman Growers received estimated
and an
rush Orme at fullback, NAS In -Jacksonville. latter a discharged of by Chinese restaurants
veteran, Is planning to continuehis of the transportation section; They hopes some day If the experiment return of 14793.88 from Tues
P7's knee ,trouble kept him Since he began harvesting his college education under the 2nd lieutenant T., H. Osborne, farm are still operating the New York I* successful to deliver exclusively day's sale at which the following

I the game Friday, butt Money Maker Success and Cur GI. Bill of Rights. The Dry- commander of the .nlnnoor_ .ntn. 40 which currently requires by air. prices prevailed;
greatly outclassed! Its tie pecans the retired telegrapher dens' other son W. J. Jr., Is a toon. "- The family likes the quietudeand Stuart. 1072 'tb-3 34c.|

Ji from NewberryJ; winning has sold over 1.000 pounds. "This newspaperman In Mocksvllle N. Major Kldd. whose appointment The Bradford location has been fertility of their Florida location Money Maker S6S tt>-30( 314.

|t Minus the service"'of, It.lID.toter business Is still guesswork with : C. was approved November 4, stated added In the hope that a 12-month and expert to stay here, In Curtis 28,129 tt)-37c.

the team ripped that the minimum quota of enlistments growing year can be developed for any event. If the volume of Randall 2853 tt>-31 34o.| '
Ktion from the opening: had been Chinese produce as contrasted Chinese greens Isn't satisfactory Seedlings 7065 It
met. Following >-29 34c.|
when Edwards snagged I Hunting Season Young Starke Angler activation, recommendationfor with the six-month season in they will convert to regulation Tesche 1714 tt>-18c.

rtod ball! and ran 75 yards Leads In Contest non-com appointments will be New York. The Freemans, however truck farming. Kennedys 1112 It>-31 112c.|
[touchdown. Thereafter the candidly state that two prob- The 50-acre farm Schley 147 It
made. However, all non-com vacancies with 13 )-35 14c.|
U was pretty much of aiftr will not be filled immedi lernn must be solved before the acre In cultivation, was purchas. County Agent L. T. Dyer state
Opens 20With -
Bradford. The visitor ately. The Major asserted that experiment. can be judged a success. ed from If A. O'Berry through that there Is still a sufficient

thwarted In moat of.their there will remain opportunitiesfor troublesome Cut-worms have been the F. C.' HoIllnjrBWorth Agency. quantity of nut unsold to War-

t,i to bet started although ; advancement, and further enlistments I and labor shortage It was at one time knQwn as the rant holding another
auction. and
the open season on deer poses the other difficulty.
. ar halfback. showed are encouraged. All They'll Dr. Biggs place.Council all growers are urged to
quail turkey dove and squirrel
Lot excellent form. Starke ii
local men Interested In Guard I their oceans to market earlY next
Ltd on a number of New- to begin November 20 training are urged to contact Miss Amelia Tuesday sn that
County Judge E. K. Perryman Ray they may be
| fumbles and pass Inter- one of the company officers. weighed before
Queries the sale start
said this week that the sale of Laid to RestThursday at
The 124th Regiment Is headed 2:30: P. M.
hunting licenses la off to
the first half after good by Col. Maxwell C. Snyder, of
g Afternoon total of 190,677
A total of 75 state and 18 pounds of
A, ,was by Harley from county permit have already been Jacksonville. Concerning Cabs nuts have been sold at the five
ard line Bradley on a The unit' Immediate program Miss\ auctions '
; sold, a number representing approximately ( Carrie Amelia Ray' resident held here *o far this
I through guard; Reddla'i' half of those Issued will include familiarization of: of Starke for the past 5? season. Dross receipts to growersare

six-yard line' "-and iI'ora during the duration of last sea the dutle of the company, with years. died Wednesday .morning Appointment of Joe Martinezas estimated at f83.019.48.
'' the tve. stress on radio and wire 'com
at 11 o'clock
at her
son. Two-thirds of the number residence.; on temporory supervisor of outside .
lit i second half "Pot Lick.Jdae munication. Weekly meeting will North Walnut Street after 'brief
were purchased the last Boy Scout
during ) work of the Rally
City light
be held, at the Armory, on nightsto Illness. Sh.was plant
\ i scored three time. two 75 years of !
weeks, the remaining licenses age.
was <
be announced following acti mad Tuesday at a called To Be Staged
t from Reddish Born:in ,
I pass being bought primarily for ,Sebastapol California, >
i converte 'after 'five of the' season on marsn hens, which vation.' A 'day' pay for- Guards March 4, ((1871 ,the daughter of joint meeting of the Board, of At W or thin gtdn
men is in accordance "with the .
fra. ,touchdown" Cojicb,. Will close the 20th. ., ,. the late ttlchard Ray of Louls- Bond Trustee. and.'. the! :,CouUctl. i ,<*' *** .C
Regular '
scale with .
IUM an- memoer ox-, tile ', .. .... Army wagesforone pOrt'Kvmj4La., i..tnd.: ,... "'a......,.. A t cominirA' > Jtudg*. Perumas.psct: 'aJitydeDiand"lot'boat ... ,....IoAJ ,.iot' the I UDU..a- ; -- -'- -- ppolntmflt "' .. "T 1kf"'f"4
'tIIe"c-Q w,"<" Bttfi and ntountlnf to"one-lhlrtleth*. of .a 7'oC'M1ei4DsCVi': sloe ..haot -- V s'supervisor of 8c0lCb, ot :*.n.t .1', ,.ui join with
lived In
Ike: first d>wn*. Stark* County, licenses next 'we.k..;The Regulars monthly payment. Base Ga. Bryan Tease'and, Quit- operation within, the plant' ws other units of the New River '

i.ry" 2; Penalties Start county permit cost '2, while the Carl Lamai- Johns.. 12-year-old pay for ;a Guard private 1 la now In man'1894. before coming*to Stark" .' postponed until an, early cia i.!'' District In the Quarterly rally and
Ntwbarry 80:';PassesBUrho for hunting 'throughout : Court of Honor Monday Novem
permit 92.60 to
per day, M compared the In
5 ot".. New- the State Is n. o. Starke angler ls leading the junior fol'mer'rate ofUl.\ Major Kldd Miss Ray was a gradual of accordance with city ordinance bar 18. at, Worthington Spring
It rf Ii- division of the annual fishing .' the Griffin Fefliale College, Griffin procedure a committee
; Arrangement
Yardage ov rusnm 'The Mason' for ducks, :geese stated. fr the rally have
contest by the Florida Ga. and'
sponsored 'for many year composed of P. L. been
N.-ben'y" S; Bridge, J. M. headed by Commissioner
And coot November
begin Gun Tackle Club and I* pictured gave private lessons In I
.Stark 81 yards' : shorthand Smith W Ted Os borne and District
md M. EdwardV was Chairman *
New.II II IIl Shooting of buck deer and turkey '
above with his entry, an 11- at her horn* here, as well ,** Leslie
I will be legal until January 1, pound 1-2 os. black bass caughtby Indian Summer holding secretarial positions In named to contact cltiBnn, determining Shcoherd.,

ducks, geese and coot until January .' him recently In Smith Lake. stark ana Jacksonville. Her professional whether more taxicabs Scouts, Cubs parents and

tg to Sponsor I 6, dove until January 18, The contest closes on December activities Included being are needed for operation, within Scout leaders will participate.

tier Contest and.quail and squirrel until January 1. With Carl Lamar at the tun* Makes Final Bow, local ,correspondent for the Florida the town. Resident Win be. asked on a program the recreation beginning at 4 P. M. '
ground of the
31.Conservation. of his prize catch were Sen. Char Times-Union for 15 years and to *.. i
xpr opinions- and Sardl
Officer Miller Baptist Church... .A. bar .
larbinger of.the-. ley E. Johns and Jerome Johns. for the Bradford County Telegraph recommendation -
approach- Johns urges all hunters to obtain Although werad temperatures for 20 rjrdlng 'thequestion becue prepared by the ''Worthln.

H4e was seem this week the proper' license before I II brought the tingle of fall to Miss Ray joined years.the Methodist,' and are urged to contact ton Soouter, will be served at
J nouncemert of Christ- Funeral Sunday members of the '
a I Bradford committee, 5:30: ( P. U.. J
'*:kqr contest taking to the field. Wednesday morning, Church at the age of 10. and Th action
I local Jeweler.by' Harley F. ; For Chas. W. SibleyCharles weather for the first two week. much of her life was centered In the application wa taken of following I The Court of Honor will con- -*!
la November. and throughout Clayton I ven In the evening to grant
a new twist In gob- Rites .WednesdayFor W. Sibley, '8, died at October was marked by bounti- :Iits was program a teacher of In activities.the She Strickland for. a permit to operate .. awards and advancement to i
apetitlon.erd Strong says he Robt. B. Lee, his home last Thursday, November ful sunshine and thermometer School for many years and was three cab Scout earning, promotion. during .

the a large and delectable 7. as the result of a heart readings in the neighborhood of also active in the Woman' Society Prior to the joint session, the the preceding month. Ad. ;

'to customer who come Veteran FarmerRobert attack. 85 degree. of Christian Service, serving Bond trustees appointed W. B. vancement Chairman W. N. \

guessing Its' weight. He was stricken In the backyard In the opinion of County Agent that organization as ; Torode as treasurer to fill the North and field Executive T. A.

Ie details of the contest Benjamin Lee, 81 a resident of his residence while a ,. L. T. Dyer the warmth of recent publicity chairman for secretaryand vacancy following the resignation Rowsnd will preside during. the I

obtained at the *tore.Wcey of Bradford County for the physician was attending his stepfather week Is by no mean phe year She was a past president many of of Harry Houston./ Guy And ceremony.A .

will be on display past 85 years died November Adam Watterman, who also nomenal. "It Is true" be said, the W. T. Weeks Chapter United rews was sworn In as a memberof total of'132 boys, active In

| wiay from now until 11th, following a brief Illness. suffered from a heart ailment.He "that the country as a whole has Daughter of the Confederacy. the Board. Scouting and Cubbing, are member -

Finnounced at 7:30: p. m. home of a son, R. E. Lee, at St. Born In Gladwynny Pa. OCto- temperatures but north Florida that organization. that local businessmen bot reminded counties of the district. Bradford

Sober 21. Augustine. A picturesque and ber 5th 1898. he was the son of regularly .*,esi autumn weather She Is survived by two sisters that although 'llojFnsxshave Baker and Union counties are

well-known citizen of the The- the late Frank Sibley and Mrs. nearly 'as warm as August. During Miss" Olive Ray and Mrs. J. W been due since October 1, represented by eight unit

1 iMillagesAnnounced ressa section the veteran farmer Maude Waterman. Mr. Sibley my 21 years here there hat White both of Starke. many have not yet been renewed. Host In the rally are the boy

moved here from Georgia at the was a merchant of many years often been no frost before De Funeral services were held at Immediate cooperation by the of Troop 112, at Worthlngton.

[ age of 16. He was born at Mill experience. and for the past nix cember.." 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon In merchant concerned was urged.,

!trice Creek Georgia on MarCh ta, months had been proprietor of a The budding out of pecan trees the First Methodist Church with John. also stressed the discount State "

!u collpctor of C. A. Knight, 1885: son of the late Mr. and Mrs restaurant on Highway 100. Prior and blossoming of pear trees the Rev. W. J. Churchwell officiating. schedule in payment of city tax Commission

the 194 has announc- Benjamin C. Lee. As a young to moving here, he had been a which has been witnessed in the Interment was In Crosby es. A 4 percent discount 'Is allowed 1. Launches Drive I

Ills 19"& tax roll Is man he followed the trade of resident of St. Petersburg. He county this fall, was attributed Lake Cemetery under the dl. for payment this month,.

017 public. gunsmith, organ repairman and was a veteran of World War II, to moisture left In the soil by the rectlon of DeWitt C. Jones. 3 percent In December, 2 percentIn Against Loafers II I

eel owners will compute piano tuner, and later farmed at I and a member of the Methodist I summer's excmslv rains, rather Active pall bearers were W B. January and 1 percent In Feb An Investigation has been I 'I'',

Iny according of to a general Theressa. He had been in retirement Church, the Oddfellows and the than to warm weather. The late Sewell, L. A. Canova L. A.Davl. ruary. Taxes not paid before Mar. launched by the Florida Industrial
18/ I
"school 1-4 mitt, plus since 1928. American Legion.He season productivity of vegetable .. J. Fred duy. E, K. Ferryman lat are due net. Commission Into fraud '
0ilage iatricf ttainten- He was a member of the Hope Is survived by his! wife, Violet gardens Is also evidence of ample and C. H. Nasworthy. !, inellglblllty In the collection and of i',\'

IIIt'rest plus> the sub-school Baptist Church.He Paglusch Sibley; one son, moisture. Dyer said. String beans Honorary pall bearer. were W. both State "
and sinking mill-. his wife, W.. Jr. hU mother, Mrs. and squash are plentiful and unemployment; compensation ,
letter Is survived by Charles ; P. Smith O. L. Beanley, A. Z.Adkisue and veteran
readjustment II
'llbOl will apply to die- Mrs. Maggie C. Lee; four daugh Mary Waterman, and a brother farmers are expected to harvest : .. F A. Scott, T. J. Griffin Listings _WantedOn allowaocee.. I,

I anti J8. ters. Mrs R. L. Batten, of The- Frank Sibley of Ardmore, Pa. truck product for another two E. L. Matthews_ end t* D.Vlnln. All Units With the '::1
maintenance millage ressa, Mrs. E. N. Coleman. of Active pall bearers were K. O week, barring the arrival of ... objective of cracking ;

fOUnty's various! district Dinsmore and Mrs. Lily E. Masters Duncan F. L D u r shImer, T. forst. I'urnujuit to $55 .reownt reopmlng down on the 92-20 and Rocking ",
I Chair ,
L and Miss. Eva Lee of St. Frank Landrum, Nick Carter, Races Planned ot Cecil .....1.. at Clubs six Investigator
IIILllnpton specially trained' for tile
), 5 mills: No. Augustine; and three sons, R. E. Everett McKinney and Harvey E. W. Hayes Buys Jacksoevliie. .ftorretery ...!Klan task
IL'.mi'?!) '": No.. 6 (Law- and 3. R. Lee of St. Augustine, Van Vleet The funeral services I For Thanksgiving Conner .>! the ChamtM-r of' which opened will a drive In the Tampa extend area to .' )j

; No. io( (Vander- Lee of Starke. were held at 2 p. m. Sunday at Tourist Camp Commrrrw .. n o uncrd' tide eventually j.
bile; No. and Morgan with Th. local post of the American other section of the Stat. The
10. u (Graham), S Pall bearers were L. J. FW1- the First Methodist Church, week that there ha bnrnInwly a
12 (New River), 10 Thomas E. S. SIb- Rev. W. J. Churchwell officiating. B. W.. Haye*' announced this Legion announced plans this week flow of r |u _U for objective will be to strike from I
No. lips, Kinney the rolls veteran and other who
Ie, 13 (HeUbronn) 10 Sibley. Clyde Hall and Following the service the body week the purchase of the modern for a full afternoon of horse housing to mrrommfMlmtf >fticrn t
W. refuse to
16 (Rising), 9 mills; lay The funeral wrrfces was removed to Jacksonville for Whipple Tourist Camp, and adjacent race In the celebration of and enlisted mm of accept suitable employment "
Kalch. when offered who
'Brooker Roy ) are not
) 10 Buy. 3 P. Wednesday -, cremation. The Interment was at property 04 Highway 200. Thanksgiving. with a night the Installation.Connrr i
tierest conducted In the labor market or who are
were battle scheduled for the Tornadoes
and Church, Cemetery. one mile south of grid .
"Inking! mill0 Baptist Crosby Lake approximately stated that st lmrgequota .
: at the Hope fraudulently working while pretending
No. ,
6 De- and Lake City In the BH3
So. (Lawtey) 1-8 Theresll&, with the Rev. LeRoy The arrangements were by Starke. nf both Navy ansi Marine to be unemployed.Cases .
12 (sew RIver). 4-8 Gainesville officiating, Witt C. Jones.Hcmecoming. The transfer of property from Homecoming program, officials of prmtnnrl were abruptly r
It13 of
Wasdln, of deliberate fraud
(Brooice,), t2 mill*. at the Hope Baptist Mrs. Ada WhippU, of Jacksonville the veterans group expre.ssedbelief tramrerml' to the field.. will r
Interment was be cut'd. In the I
that the events will jointly pro some ce
included 13 acre of cabin ,
I Date from Miami and Fort LBI..|
\aD OF TII, Ks cemetery. bythe and trailer faculties, and a 40- assure a county-wide holidaycrowd. enlalo. All local properlyownefa rwclplnnU of compensation and allowances '
10 Arrangements; were December 6 will be required to return
tha.nk DIy Wends for Home, of St. AUg. Set for acre subdivision. who have not Ilooted ;
Funeral the '
khndne shown In 'Craig Mr. Hayes stated that lie will The first series of races which vallM apartsneate and money. I

,St 10" of my beloved ustlno. Bradford High announced yes- maintain operation of the elec ended two week ago was Introduced homo ... urged to notify "It 1 I. our aim to pay promptly I"" t fall
hartes for the annual as 'an event of the recent thoM who are entitled to It."
W. sibley. terday that the date trically-equipped cabins and trail- th, ChaunlMnr *f Conwnrrr* at '
t\arle. W. Sibley and Boy Scout News I Homecoming football game er park. Wainwright celebration. The ooce. TIle oniinoda.tl.Ht. Chairman Carl] n. Smith of the
-4 of the county' speedy Florida Industrial !
kra. Adam Watterman at r rthe and other festivities baa been officially running rurrrntly tinted. AN far In.adequate Commissionsaid.
: .
Fifteen Scouts were present and set for Friday. Dee e. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL ponies has been under the supervision for the renewed! demand "VV do not propo to encourage .I I
meeting Monday night Alachua at of Frailer Shaw. kllenea On the contrary
P Coaaer.teL
Tornadoes ;

the stUdents reeeDUyIf W be held this month. It *II expected I of tha- day will be cll'maxed Bishop of South Japan will feature I Ia to be staged on the. serve forth that every available job In Florida i

ictola.llhlPS at the Unl- that several boys wuivarious by 41. crowning of the preach the morning sermon la Highway 230 track, east of tie. awl* )1&11 pilot_training officer .ot ,Wavy I I. tilled and that no willing loafers '
""COnaiIL Eze.llsncl: .. ptiet requirements at I Homecoming king and queen at St. Mark' episcopal: Church City Limit Further detail will are paid, while refusing to

1I\Iric\ an4 I the game. Sunday. be announced. work.f'I ."
t.t. cJ&aract4It: are thlll time.moe. JI'. ScrIbe a dance following I
IWdeau to JtIIe" : B. 0 4
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LAWTEYBy Publication Robert H. Lantu, Plaintiff va. Elsie' I .
Florence Lant, Defendant. Case .. ,:
Established 1877E. The School Issued at GrahamThe No. 6174. all the thoughtful relation 'of',Service

:. E. Matthews __.____ Editor and Owner, . . . AND ORDER NOTICE OF !PUBLICATION TO APPEAR with convenience and complete- ,
quiet community of Graham STATE, OF FLORIDA, to: Elsie l neat as
and Entered M Seeood Class Matter P.-T. A. Meeting ball been elected a* the home of Florence L nts. whose residenceand well, a* fateful economy. in the
Published Weekly on Friday.
The Lawtey P.T. A. will meet the "Naturopathlc Review," publication address {In: Ml Oak wood Jer measure that it is needed.
at die Post Office at Starkev Florida. Avenue, North Haledon.
; i In the school auditorium for a enterprise of Dr. M. T. sey. s

business* meeting on Wednesday Capanella, N. D. You are required to appear onO."ember '* )
In the above
Seems That Nov. 20. at 3:30: o'clock. All parents A former New corker, Dr. named Court 3. 1M6 and! came, wherein
It and friends of the school are Campanella finds the pastoral plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford "
invited to be present at this meet setting of western Bradford County Telegraph shall publish leHiiee.Wltnemi this. DEWITT C. .JONES I
the General Order In next four weekly
One thing is clearly apparent
i ing. County entirely suitable for the my hand and official' AMBULANCE] SERVICE
Election last week: the people of Florida are tired of editing of a magazine devoted to seal at 81. Starke, Florida, this October

cluttering up the State Constitution by tacking on a Miss Marguerite Walnwrlght a medical practice// which I Is de- ( iAll4EAL) A. J. Thomas, Funeral Director
who Is attending Florida State Aa Clerk of said Court.
flock 'of new amendments every two years., All six College in Tallahassee was visiting scribed as "assisting nature inhealing. William 'D. Morgan, Jacksonville, STARKE PHONE 7

proposed amendments went down to decisive defeat. at the home of her parents, ." AUy.Pla for. Pit. ll-l tt 11-33 I '" Our local funeral home enables
The knownas us to
It is to be hoped that the legislature will learn a Mr and Mrs. T. I* Walnwrlght, "The monthly Progressive publication Journal of offer conveniences and services not

lesson from this experience and quit passing so manyof last Saturday and Sunday. Naturopathlc Medicine," la the ROLLS ,otherwise available.We .
Mian Dorma Griffin the DONUTS -
these binennial headaches on to the public. Lifeis spent official organ of the International
complicated enough without trying to figure out a Armistice Union holidays at her homeIn Society of ,i Naturopathic Physicians PIES & CAKES furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices

lot of this legalistic hocus-pocus every two years. By County. and of the Academy of None are better accept ANY life insurance policy In force. Issued by ANT c
the time the pros and cons have ceased firing their Miss Blithe Collins was In Naturopathlc Science and Re parry as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consulted
Gainesville during the Armistice than
search. The editor reports that carries no obligation.
charges and countercharges, the lay mind is' so con- holidays visiting her mother. as such It has 'an international

fused that it is impossible for the average voter to Mrs. Mamie Crews Elma Crews circulation among members of the

make an intelligent decision in the matter. and Vera Crews were visitors to society. The review was foundedIn Lappe Bakerymakes

Let's have fewer proposed amendments and fewer Starke last Saturday.Mr. New York City three years ago.

unnecessary laws. Life is complicated enough at best, and Mrs. O. W. Roberta, Of an attractive format, somewhat

without having someone stay awake nights trying to Sr., were in Deland last Sunday on the size and style of CAKES MADE TO ORDERs TIC/
make it more so.Practically and Monday visiting Mrs. Roberts "The Reader's Digest," the mag-
I azine contains technical articles book.
father, Mr. J. H. Tatum. .good
written and for physicians ..
every writer in the business has takena The W.S,C.S. of the Methodist, by -
There are asserted to be some 300
fling during the past week at trying to explain what Church met with Mrs. J. H. naturopathic doctors in Florida, e

made the voting public turn a cold shoulder on the Moore last Tuesday. with many others In northernand finifcr

Democratic Party in last week's General Eelections and Miss Autherlne Blanchard of western states and a number .
embrace the GOP so warmly. Jacksonville IK spending the Armistice of foreign countries. t.

There can be no doubt that the 'Administration's holidays with her parents, The plant, near oak-shaded ,.
fumbling on the labor front had much to do with the :Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. banks of a Santa Fe tributarywest .. ,"." ie MC

public's affirmative response to the Republican catch- Mrs. WUI Edwards was a business of the Graham schoolhouse 1 .
visitor to Jacksonville Sat consists of a printing shop, equip .J
phrase- enough? Most Americans have very : 1
definitely''' had? enough" of strikes and shortages and urday. ped with linotype and presses ACCIDENTSARE
Rev. C. B. North Miss Lou More facilities will be added when -
their'vote atth polls on November 5th was their way *; EEAAd
Edwards Miss Rebecca Brown, materials are available, the editor
of registering disapproval. Few stopped long enough James Jack. Dan Walnwrlght and stated. Two residences are under NEWS dlD
'to realize that while the Republicans glibly asked "Had Mitchell Brown attended the construction. w .

enough 7" that is as far as they went. They were still annual Youth Rally at the First The doctor moved here with his but 'to Involved theyIre
without a platform and had nothing tangible or con Methodist Church In Gainesvillelast father, S. Campanella\ last January persons U. 4,AIt.W,cea4,.,ers..ara AfartMt,a.l..a,

structive to suggest as a remedy for "enough". ,Thursday night. I after locating the site bed news. They're always

'But in their eagerness to register dissatisfaction, The U.DC. met at,the home of. through' a northern agency and bad news when the persons

the ,voters "leaped", largely without looking, in the Mrs. O. W. Roberts on Lake avenue the F, C. Holllngsworth Realty Involved have no automobile

frenzied hope of bettering themselves. Let us hope i it 1 I I last Wednesday afternoon. firm.from The Robert property F. Demoreat.IN was purchased 'Insurance. Buy It nowl I* EXTRA FRESH BREA!

Is not a case of leaping from the frying pan into the Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill were ----- -

fire. Let us hope the Republican Party has more to I. in Green Cove Springs last Sun- : CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD< Charley; E Johns
day afternoon.Mr. COUNTY, FLOIUI)4 IN CHANCHHY. ,
offer than
a trick phrase-"had enough? I .
and Mrs. Hal Edwards of Thomas H WI1f>>r1. Plaintiff vs Agency
Kingsley Lake attended church "'lor..nce.IIII"Vllfr1, Defendant NsltS'r INNS
The ill-considered suggestion from some sources in Lawtey Sunday evening. C a.a No. 61C6OHDEK OF, PUBLICATION hone 13 '':STABKE. FLA. I.rtlord

that President Truman appoint r Mr, and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR A
Republican Secre-
HTATH OF 1 [-(Jlla'\ to: Mrs E SCNMAut
tary of State and then step out of the White House, sons, David' and Wendell were Florence Hilda Wilford. whose ..... '.. f
shopping in Jacksonville last residence and address la, South .
making the Republican president, was ignored as il humnton, KiiKlanil. 1 \ :
Monday. You are required to on .... ..
rightly should appear ..
have been.
The same suggestion has Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Tucker of November. 25. IJH, In the above I ,
been made before, and while at first there might seem Nashville, Tenn.., are announcing mimed Court seek. and cause wherein Representing THE TRAVELERS. ;. 1y&1'w
plaintiff divorce. Brad fore .
to arguments in its favor a more considered opinion the birth of a daughter, Barbara County Telegraph shall publish _
will disclose flaws in the plan. Jean on Oct. 21. Mrs. Tuckerwas this Order In next tour weekly IB-

'Although such an arrangement would be" within the former Miss Evelyn Edwards BUMWltnens mv hand and official seal
ut HtarKa, Florida, this October 24, CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
the ofvLawtey.
'letter of the Constitution, it would doubtless violate 1946.
the spirit of the document. The Constitution'' Mr. and Mrs. William H. Edwards OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
provides I
for the'po$lb\\ \r.moval or resignation-of.President. of Jacksonville' are' announcing As Hy LucUl Clerk of C. said Connor Court., I'. C. ? I rinl
the birth df a"son, William, T Frank Landrum, Stark. Fla. 1
but It does Inot appear to contemplate an "arranged" Howes III, on Nov, 9. Mrs. Edwards i Atty. for Pit. 10.23t: 11.15 u
resignation:and the appointment of his successor by was the former Miss Aline E

the President. Such selection of a President whom the Austin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. CONSTIPATIONRisky

people had never voted for would run counter to the J. S. Austin of Lawtey In Fresh active yeast goes right to wor
trend toward democracy and 'direct elections. Miss Earnestlne !Moore of Jacksonville

'There have been many Presidents before Harry spent the weekend here DAD COLDS No lost action-no extra steps. Helps give swee
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Retained undigested food becomes
Truman who have had
to deal with a Congress con- Fred Moore.\ putrefactive, causes toxins which tastier bread flavor-lightsmooth texture-perfa
trolled by the opposition party. If non-partisan patriot- Rev. Q. V. Lee of Tampa con overload the liver and other vital organs freshness! IF YOU BAKEiAT HOMEalwaysFleischmann's
Ism has not of the body lessening your resistance -
completely fallen prey to petty party poli- ducted both morning and evening to colds and other winter Ills
active fresh Yeast with
tics, there i is,no reason why they cannot work together services at the Baptist Church and Interfering with their treatment. ,

toward the goal of peace and prosperity which is the here Sunday.The take Why take Calotabs this?chance Calotabs when thoroughlyyet you can i. the familiar yellow label. Dependable J

desire of everyone. Rev. W. J. Churchwell of pleasantly act on every foot of for snore than 70 years-America's ; 4 rr.
Starke will conduct services al :your intestines. sweeping out toxin- .,
the laden foods and vlru tested favorite.
Funny how Methodist Church on Thurs putrefactive
people forget when the bands stop laden mucus,'enabling you to moreeft'ecUvelrlWolctor PHARMACIST
playing and the day evening. Nov. 21 at 7:30 o'- cold.Nothing
flags ftghl
stop waving. True there ) a -
are no clock. This service will be illustrated acts like good old Calotabs. Use as -
more speeches, no more decorations!, no more medals with motion pictures. The I. directed.lOo and 39o at all druggists. Phone 64 STARKE Puvr
,and no more casualty lists. But that does not mean public is Invited- I -
the war is over. Take CALOTABS On-the-Mlnlt Service # ;
"shooting! war" Is over, yes; but a long road OJNTY.. FLORID IN still lies ahead. 'It''.
will be
a million and .
a half boys Anna Uornelt Stltt. Plaintiff," vs. .
still,in uniform throughout 1947. For them there are Barney Lee Btltt: Dafendant.. Case ",
No. 51S1. .1.1v \
no cheering' crowds, no bands, and no spirit of adventure ORDER OF PUBLICATION ?
to urge them on. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR .

They are the "Kid Brother Arm and they share Lee STATE Stltt. OF whine FI.ont.to residence. :I.Barney Route ?
none of the glamour or adulation that 3, Box 263, Portimoiith, Virginia.
their elder brothers You are required' to appear on
enjoyed. Our young inductees have November 25. UU. In the above
a tedious, named Court and
dreary task to perform. They still go to strange. far plaintiff seeks divorce cause and wherein care .
off places and oftentimes suffer confusion rimtndy and control of minor child Winning pause
and heartbreak Bradford County Tel..rar.h l shall
lonltness. publish this Ordnr In next four
weekly Issues.Witness "
Let us continue to go to their aid. .
It is just as my hand and official
I Important now to support the USO in its seal at Stark, Florida, this Ooloner -
role of a 23. 1946OFFICIAL .
friend.away from home as !It was when the ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
guns were Aa Clerk nf eald Court..
ti buUorra1ltfhrtnbann{ waving.[ake your con. James U. Brandles, Lynch BulMnir,
now-today-and make it BIG Iea I Ally, for Pit.; : 1..tI4t. 1IH \ I
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Pressure Cookers .

Metal WastebasketsCAKE \ \


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C) SETS f '


tt" All White With Peach DesignsA \

Despite critical \ \

shoi tapes in many \

Fair,Supply of ROOFING essential materials, :

we're working hardto
In 90 lb., 65 lb., & 45 Ib., Wts. -
bring you more

of that good Sunshine 2

New Shipment GARDEN HOSEIN Service. It's \

25 Ft. & 50 Ft. LENGTHS cheaper to live elec .

trically...in Florida! ,






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Friday, Nov. 15 th. Bradford Park 8 P. M. :



*S pt..20-Gainesville 19 BUS 7 HOME GAMES ,

*Sept27-BunnellO BUS 62 k

Oct -LakeButler6= BHS20 SEE THEM ALL _

Oct. 11St. Augustine 6 BBS 13BBS .

OcL 18 Bolles 13 7BBSO I :
--. ..','

Oct.t '25-Jfo. G._! .. ." ,. ......;;"..,;..:a:.'M-,,_' I.. GOOD LUCK We're-. Tornadoes'}Vilh You! ,Every Insurance\Type"'of, "

*Nov. 1 1-- Palatka I 0 ': I...' J;rR: TEAM :
\+ Please 'Phone 14G.
;". .. -
*Nov; .8--Newberrv 0 BHS 47 CARPENTER'S H. C. WallAgency

** 'Nov 15St. Leo BereBere The Rexall Store ,!I

Let's See'. It's Pleasure Go To ItTORNADOES TORNADOES I s
*,Nov. 22-Open DateNov.27LakeCitv To Back You're Top in Foot \
Home Game _
Every ,
The Tornadoes ball We're Tops In I
Seat CoversWard's ,, i.

Dec. 6Alachua Here StarkeTaxi Charley E. Johns Cannon's Seat

ServicePhone 150. Agency Grocery & Mkt. Cover Company '

Go Get 'Em We Back TheTornadoes Best Wishes See.Us For We Clothe TIeTORNADOES
Sporting Goods Family : '
To The Team

100 Percent e ., .I

Kidd's The BradfordHardware Barksdale'sClothing ft ;

Service Station Lappe Bakery, Star Store Store ,p ",
Let's Support Slarke's Finest A Good- TeamDeserves A Good Team }()lllArrwe Safely J:
Our BackingEastern And on Time
Our{Winning Team Jewelry StoreHarlev
Need Good Food.. For the Game With .,"'
9Farm I We{ Serve 11FIRESTONE :'

.: Home F. Strong TIRES y 1 1S

& Auto, upp I. Auto Supply I Guidon Grill J. P.MOTORS'ROBERTS f p'i 1

Everybody Out Good Luck l
Bring Home the BaconTORNADOES
Eat 'Em UpTornadoes Fill The Stand
For Tonight's Game To The Team I ,.
For Tonight's Game
a .
< It
9 s .

Adults--.- ----- -75c '.. Florida Bank WinklerElectric ?km : Ii
Auto Fountain at Stare Fins & Feathers .:
,--1 II. }
W.T. Gill Service Ffth and Poultry'rr H:
H. C. Brown Member F.D.I.C.
Ms I ,Service Men-- r-55c


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. SOCIETY and CLUBS U.D.C. Meets With I.".'01{"."MTV..t"IT FLORIDt cot ItT tDFonn IV CHAN.K.H .I I eel December Court and J, ]1945"aim, ::.:;.".."

Mrs. G. W. RobertsThe {' V.Beulah I tiff aeeka divorce n "
?i .
I CIYes. Marl Bennett, Plaintiff, vs. Telegraph t
ahull ,
U. Joe Hurry Bennett, r>nf"ndant. Cuss ''In PUI '1.1. ,
W. T. Weeks Chapter, next four wepkKI )1i
Mrs. Burns HostessAt No. 6180. 'i """
Bridge-Luncheon D. C., met Tuesday afternoon In j I'i Witness my hniwi ., :
ORDER OP1 Pt'ELlfATION1AND *t Htnrke, ,
Mr. Geo. W. Rob- I'I Florida M,,, .
Yellow chrysanthemums and Kingsley Lake the home of NOnpB TO Af KAfiHTATH t, 1516. \ .
erts of Lawtey. Serving as co- Something; toll me that Grace Green Is currently visiting OF KLOIUUA to: Joe 'OFFICIAL SEAL) ,
bronze and I ,
yellow marigolds Harry B..nnett, whose raxtdence and Aa Clerk of ,'
formed a lovely background when Tuesday morning Mrs. Edward hostesses were Mrs EfTie Miner the Tornadoes will be out for revenge sister, Dot Reese, who address III l No,,,n i-H Charlotte, Char. Hy Luclll C. Conn? ? "u" ,
: Burns honored Mrs. Lloyd Mrs Louis Hill and Mrs. Hal In their with St. Leo undergoes a tonsllectomy In I<,e.ton B C.ar. tiamuel W n"ta..n "n, I'
Mrs. K. G. Duncan entertained at You required to appear on Atty. for ''a.; \//11
i Lewis of Wilmington, Delaware Edwards. The living room, dining tonight, and here's, the reason Montgomery today Starklteenjoying .. Pit. 1 l t,
bridge and luncheon Saturday with a bridge luncheon at her room and music room, opened why'Tls: reported that while the Victor Borge concert "I' -

morning. I Kingsley Lake home Tiny yellow ensulte, were attractively decor- scouting the St Leo eleven last In Jacksonville Tuesday evening -

Following several progressions chrysanthemums were effectively ated for the occasion with ar- week from the press box (incognito I Included Inez Davis (Mrs. NOTICE ,

luncheon was served at the used to decorate the ropma rangements of fall flowers. ) Assistant BHS Coach Shad E. M.), Mrs. Bill Stern, Madge i

bridge tables. High score prize Cleverly designed tallies depicting Following the regular programled Bryant queried one of St. Leo's Middleton and Gene an' Hazel Due to Operation cost having dO'lblede

was awarded to Mrs.' -Juntas comic strip characters matched by Miss Madge Middleton, scribes as to the identity of his Matthews Just in case you're are forced to increase
Smith and consolation to Mrs. partners for the bridge game. retiring president, annual reportswere team's next opponent Just to see wondering, Borge should never ,our truck deli"'ery

Jqe Cottrell. Mrs. O. L,. Haynes After several progressions, the given by the retiring offi what he'd.y ? Imagine Shad's rhyme with gorge 'TIs price of ice to 60c per 100 lbs effective

was the lucky bingo player I hostess presented lovely milk- cers. Officers installed for the reaction when the Leo-Ite shrug- Bor-gah, according to the popu- November',16, 1946.

-- glass vases to Mrs. R. A. Green coming year were President Mrs. ged and replied, "Oh, some small lar pianist-humorist who describes ,Platform deliveries at the plant
Mrs. Ems Johns had as her B. K. Perryman; let Vlce-President will remain
school. I the his native Denmark as a
forget name.
for high score and to Mrs. Fletcher '
at 50c 100 Ibs. of ice.
guests on Armistice Day her sis- Mrs. L. A. Davis: 2nd Vice- per
"so small that even Kilroy
Burnett for second. For her Those are fighting words in Tor- country ,
ter, Mrs. Mena McCrutchen, and I president, Mra. Geo. W. Roberts; "
hasn't been there"! .
gift to the honor guest Mrs. nado language, and the local lads
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gross and I Secretary, Mrs: W. O. Halle; *
Burns chose linen.. handkerchiefs.I will enter the fray with blood In STARKE ICE COMPANY
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gross, all Treasurer, Mrs. W. F. Godwin;
Thanksgiving holiday lunch their eye, determined to win- And now that tile time arrives
of Jacksonville. Registrar, Mla Olive Ray; Historian -
eon was served to' the players at' Mrs. Ethel Biggs; Recorder -I with or without Mooney I to say adieu to Miss Amelia Ray, ,
the bridge tables. Invited to be I find the words come exceedingly
Waldo Woman of Crosses, Miss Madge,
with Mrs. Burns and Mrs. Lewis Middleton. I Call Street seems to have turned hard The endearing qualitiesthat NOTICE
out en masse at the Ga.-Fla. will keep her memory alive
were Mrs. Joe Cottrell, Mrs :
At the conclusion of the business
Endorses FLT game in Jax last Saturday I throughout the years are as
Barbara Breazeale, Mrs. L. A. meeting the hostesses served'
Waldo, Florida Davis, Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mrs.R. delicious refreshments to the 20 caught fleeting glimpses of Fred ephemeral aa the quaint and fragile Pine Tree Inn Will Reopen

October 21, 1943 F, Demorest, Mrs. M. F, members present. an' Hazel Guy. Monk an' charm of her personality .

Florida Medicine Co., Inc. I Brown, Mrs. K. O., Duncan. Mrs Thelma Dinklns Andy Adkins Miss Amelia Miss Amelia

Jacksonville, Florida. K. L. Matthews, Mrs. Robert Ladies Auxiliary Nina Bishop, Bobble Cameron, I The very words breathe an Thursday. ,, November' .. ,' 14
Gentlemen: i Kite, Mrs. R. A. Green, MrsD. George Flynn (Jr.) and Enos atmosphere of lavender and old .
. lace Not that she was of a --
Your Florida Livra Tone gave A. Monteith, Mrs. Green Mo- Met TuesdayThe Hayes the H. M. Shlrleya '
me such satisfactory results thatI I Grlff, Mrs. Fletcher Burnett, Mrs. Ted 'Johns escorted by son, Jerome 'I' bygone era She was eminently Same Hours As Always Except

want to tell you about It. L. F. Chapman. Mrs. 0; L. Beas- monthly business meeting Bill Plummer, Lee Interested In the things of to- Sundays: Noon .Midnight
)t the Ladles Auxiliary of the Paul Maxie Car- day-the little things and the big
Crosby, Canova,
I was very weak had no appetite ley, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mrs. L;
Presbyterian Church was held ter (Jr.). Billy Miles Comer Per- things, too, that went to makeup
and when I tried to do my D. VinIng, and Mrs. Junlua M. MRS. CIIAS. W. SIBLEY
housework I would give com- Smith. I Tuesday afternoon In, the Sunday ryman Freddie Wimberlyan' the lives of her friends and Prop

pletely out and perspire so I I School annex. The meeting was Everett McKinney Edwin neighbors f Blessed with a
would have to change my clothes opened by the President, Mrs. an' Betty Jones The E. K. quick wit :and a ready sense of

After using other Birthday Party J. R Kite,, with the Lord's Prayer. Perrymans .* Probably scadsof humor, her eyes possessed a twin-
medicines; After the transaction of routine kle that offered Intriguing con-
which did For Robert Kidd 'others, but that's enough to
me no good, I happened
business, 'plans "were :completed trast to the old-fashioned lace
to the give you a general Idea of the
pass drug tore In Wal
do, Florida and saw a bottle of Master Robert Kidd, threeyearold for the supper to be given by the mass migration collar she was apt to wear Gem

Florida Llvra Tone which I son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G on }+ 0V'. 21 in the --.- Although In recent years the vagaries Jewelry

bought and took according to Kldd, was honored Wednesday Church Service Center., Tthe following On Monday (Armistice Day) of ill health had kept her

directions. Within two days I afternoon, Nov. 6, when his parents committee app(); tments Mrs. W. J. Epperson celebrateda largely confined within the four
cleaned entertained for him at their were made by Mra. Kite: Decor. but walls of her home, her subtle
my seven room house quiet pleasant birthday anniversary -
without difficulty. I've been home on Madison Street In celebration atlon, Mrs. W. J. Chandler; Linens : Eva Anderson Influence was felt in the community Phone 170

feeling better ever since and that of his birthday anniver Mrs. V, B St.,John; Kitchen, entertained, her mother and Mrs. Just as surely as If she
sary. Mrs. F. F. Stump Mrs Fletcher Leila had been in dally contact with
was over two months ago My Weeks at luncheon and
mother came home from Jacksonville Robert and his'' little friends Burnett, Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf; afterward the ladles were Joinedby her fellows Now that she Is C
last were entertained on the lawn Serving the Choir. gone, there will be an Indefinable
month with a ter- by Mrs. H. L. Brownlee for an
rible cold I got her'a bottle and Mrs. Kldd. assisted by Mrs. G. B. The November social meeting afternoon at'the movies ,' A sense of something missing .

It cured her cold. If any of my Flynn, Mrs. Glen Wood and Mrs of the Auxiliary will be held on special event of the occasion was Something that, seen or unseen Watch
friends complain of feeling badly Merrill Struth. the night of the 26th at the home a telephone call from Mrs. Ep- I It was reassuring and good to Repairing

I tell them what The of Mrs B. C. Holtzendorf, with have around .
It. has done for birthday cake was two person's other daughter, Iris Van-
my mother and myself. tiered and Iced In white. Pastel Miss Lucille Mitchell as leader. Slckel, and granddaughter Judy, : '

If people who are' In a rundown colored rosebuds and three pink and grandson Bill, In Los Angeles, So long ; See you In the Diamonds.Watches .

condition will take Florida birthday candles completed its W.S.C.S. to MeetThe Calif, to wish her "happy birth- next Ns *

Llvra Tone, I am sure they will decoration.For day". -Carolyn '

., bn satisfied refreshments the birthdaycake regular monthly business -+- Jewelry

Florida Llvra Tone Is my medicine with Ice cream was served and program meeting of the Seems that football tactics prevailed Caldwell Maintains

from now on. Favors were candy bars and chewing Methodist WSCS will be held In during the balloon danceat .
Yours the Church Monday, afternoon at3:3O Fraser Ineligible
respectfully, gum. ,r last Friday nleht's after-eame
Mrs. W. S..George. About 35 o'clock. Circle One will have get-together In *the USO building ep' 109 EAST CALL STREET
young people, were Governor Millard F. Caldwell
Florida Llvra Tone I In, Sold at present. to enjoy the afternoon charge. To Bobby McRae went the' dropped a. bombshell into the STARKE, FLA.
Drug and Sundry Store with the honor guest. caridy prize for keeping balloon
state political l pot last week by
Recent. BirthsMr. (and intact .
partner) .f. Stepping
S notifying State Senator Edwin G
forth In the grand I
..... "!I -- and Mrs. L. Z. Williams, manner, Lyle Fraser of Macclenny that the lat..ter's -
I and Dot Anderson \
)\fd the Grand
Brooker, girl (Marjorie), Oct., 29 March and election to the office of I "
Mr. and M plnf-pong games on State Comptroller will not be
'a. Floyd King, Law-
the sidelines were fast and furious
I teyj Mr.girl Not_i 4. ; tinder Mrs). Teriley's able- ,Te olP11zed.t. tby tie Chief "Executive. J 5 ,, W A-N/TED--
and Mrs. Milo E. HankIns
coaching Doubling as water-
.n' ,. I of Lansing, Mich., announce the ]I Caldwell notified Fraser by letter
boys, Mra. Lewis and iMrs. Stef-
I birth of a daughter, Patsy Ann, anelll served /quantities, of that he will declare vacancyto SWEATERS JACKETS COA
on November 11. Mrs. Hanklns exist in the office on January -
delicious punch prepared by the PANTS SUITS DRESSES.
Is the former Juanita 7 and will
( Kalch Clarence
appoint M.
a Ninth Grade home ,
Jt' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. .R. Another large evening room anticipated Gay of Orlando, who now holds And Any Wearing Apparel for Bo

Kalch of Hampton. after tonight. an Interim appointment, to fill Girls Men and Women
Mr. and Mrs Arnold Wasdln of !thelgame the vacancy. .

e of Jacksonville daughter' announce, the birth The first In -the :Legion's aeries The Governor maintains that 'Ir, Let us help you getaomething; : out of
Tanya Arnolyne, Fraser la !
ineligible for the office

on November 11. of dances Monday was a pleasant discarded clothing, you have outgrown

t' Mr. and Mrs Clayton Strick gathering with Dot and Bill Powell the Legislature because he. was at the a member time the of or: perhaps tired of because of

land of Starke announce the Martha and Glenn Wood, I Comptroller's color, fit, or other reasons.
Betty Jean Hiatt and I salary was raised
birth of a son on November Bobby Turner
t'.i 9.
.iAk ,. Dot and Lyle Anderson, ,i stated$7,300 that this to Is$9,000 In conflict Caldwell with Do not throw or give it awayWewill

Mr. and Mrs Frederick Bishop Cliff and Elsie Hazen prominent the state
constitution. take it on consignment and
returned Saturday to their homeIn among those yielding to the swing I .

Hollls, L. I., after a 10-day and sway Hear that the Fraser was nominated for the 'try to sell it for you.
visit with Mr, and Mrs. E. L. Legion and the'Junior Woman's unexpired term of the late Col.

w Matthews. Club are working out a deal for J. M. Lee 'at a 'meeting of the No moth-eatf-n or' worn-out article' pleate. He

a series) of winter dances-one State Democratic Executive Com- ell anything of value U we can give the customer

The Army Ground Protect 'each two weeks-with the two mittee in Jacksonville on October a real' bargain. .
Forces offers Yount Calves 19.
you organizations alternating >sponsorship _.
& from SCOURS! .'. Sounds like a good

,. A NEW LIFE OUT THERE way to paaa off some long winter State Dr M.Safety B. Herlong Council attended conference the USED MERCHANDISE SHOP

.,.f .- Fee iAsd.xK.r. in Orlando last week. Court Street Next to Starke Laundry
Look toward Korea Kp to control
and Japan I A thrilling new job and a
new life-with interesting work court end reduce See Henry and John Godwin .
ports, entertainment and .
travel |OM., quad by e deficiency of vii back in town from a de-
very ,
opportunities be
had for the ,
asking by qualified amlns A, D and -- ------
NUcln. The<. are lightful vacation Seems
young men who volunteer for the 1st Cavalry, 11th Airborne, asy-fo-leedapsule' they If an eventis
6th. 7th, 21th or 25th Infantry Division. Mipplylnj the spent the last two weeks In Louisiana '
4 University*Wisconsin. formuU for =-
flying from New Orleansto "-
What an opportunity what a fob! Training in one of confrelliHf moue It worth havingit -
Washington for ,,
three crack units will stand you in good stead wherever you Moil turn. ** use) abort S3 la 30 then to New a abort visit.
'BO.: Study a foreign ]language. Learn the fascinating detail of l Kaf-Keps per calf,faedlnf them_ on York for several is worthremembering
Military Government vital to future peace and prosperity. day of birth.U eelfalready has scours, Stop press for the big

Japan's Tale l of Pines" are but a sample of the attract we a doubt.. < o... Picked In boxes since gest news the atomic out of bomb Oak! Ridge

lions of an Army career In the Far East. The Army hall IS'.mi 100's. SUrl. your not till girl for Ruth and Jack -Scanlan It'a a

reopened comfortable hotels theaters swimming pools, tennis on KaF-Kap..nd lee how they h.lp.Sistrunk's with
clubs, golf courses, ball parks. These familiar haunts of Congratulations! Hear pictures
Feed the BHS homecoming date has
pre-war tourists-and many new development_provide &
broad choice of recreation. a Seed been changed again This .
Not Store time ,it's "definitely" December
enlistees everyone who can meamire up to this job. Only 3-year Starke. Fla. 6 (Alachua game) Lucky
meet prescribed physical and mental standards T. H. OsborneWRITE
| lassies elected as
can good enjoy food and the lodging benefits and of sue I a job. High overseas pay, GARDEN HOSE Jackie Haskins June sponsors Hall, Betty are ,,r y in your
generous retirement plan make BOX
and Harvene Watterson
See your future in the Army Ground Forces too good to miss! 25-Ft.: Sections Hear that ex-Callstreeter OR CALL AT pocket
your nearest Army
Recruiting Officer for full detail
3.25 to 4.00 Julian GriffIs Is going In for 1100\ER
L''.... fei "Seena' a.." STUDIO
"Wirrltrt ef h..." .
"Vel. .
""reeeVy W.H.".".... Maw/ ,..,.." treeeceiri ee veer' Me..41.A.. ,, ranch life in the wide open spaces -I|
50Ft. Sections of Cypress. Calif. I It is easier to a\'e

HERE'S WHAT YOU 5.93 to 6.75 buy
GAIN ON OVERSEAS SERVICE .. I. I clothes than to
-- -- i So
syA PAY j new ones.
net MONTH longer life to your:
1_.. 1_'.. Kelly Handle Axes t Complete Service bringing
IN ADDmON Masser Sergeant Is U. I. 0...._. v'.f:: old outfits by

or First Sergeant 16'.00 2.75 to :: them us for
TO FOOD) '198.00 3. 0 =- Looks like it's going to be JO
Technic.1 Sergeant U'.OO 162.00 10 cleaning. Our methods are
1.0001/110/ ---------- ;;'\' : a long time yet before
Stag S.rg.snt . 1".00 118.00 ---- tested and safe. You'll be
Secaunt. many of us get that new .
CLO1HE 100,00 120.00 STRAWBERRYSPECIAL of clothes if you
AlmlCAL AND Corporal . 90.00 108.00 q;' car we've been waiting for. your then
will let
Priyata First Cass 80.00 96.00 HOES Therefore it's more Im us renew

DENTAL CAli Prlyat. . .00 90.00 Certified portant than ever to let us ,beauty.

Oversea. Service I........ late .Pay by 2'%' 1.25 Lubrication keep your old car in A-l

.. condition.
- ---
Year Regular Army Sum the Nation md Mid.lad In War sad Paid
Washing Polishing Waxing PHONE 135
BradfordHardware nO 315
-< T.
:. 00"-. ;r'-olt':.y u STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS ...
230:>> I'. O. Bldg.'Jacksonville -. Temp"PAGE "

.. .,.IIS.-. Army. Co. L. B. Alvarez Service StationTemple GREEN Owner, \re.

Fla. C'H!. '. '.H'..
.",,1' ""ct'.S Ollt "..ow
J. B. Carlisle Owner Ave., at Call St.

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NOVEMBER13.of: 1946lirs '
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'- I"en: FI\'& d
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LOCAL Mrs. --
NEWS for an R.extended A. Weeks left Sunday Mrs. L. H. Jennings: and Mrs. I I Mrs. Mary Lee Hancock has returned -- '
I R. A. Green
York were shopping In home after a visit I of several ''I
City with
---- Mrs her daughter. Jacksonville last Friday. I, days with her sister Mra. Have You Yet Seen
and chll-I H. C. William LaMorte.
leanings Brown Pent Tuesday and Weekend For wedding; portraits; are T. II. W. J. Hoffman of Camden, S. C. ,
*Ll'and Walter, were Wednesday guests of Mrs. Ber I ,"
In Lake Kborne. Great Painting '.
City attend tha Pearce See ad on page 4. and her brother. Robert M. Sellers
ing an oil were Mr. and Mrs
,t to CalnesetuldentaatrEm- dealers' course B. Haynes of Winter Haven I Air and Mrs. D. T. Clarke are of Charleston. I I
Your and
own pl'ture "n Christmas MBS! Martha here from Miami because! of the hire C. B. Strohscheln and "The FEAST of BELSHAZZAR" i iOn il
spent the week- Canln at H...>ver IlroK. Wesleyan I
children have
t'liTersltY Studio. College. serious Illness of Mrs.. Clark's returned to their
,1111 his parents Johns., Sen. and B.Mrs.Flynn R. a. Kldd and Mrs. Q. After spending several days mother Mrs. N. D. Wainwright home in Hamburg, La., after visiting Display for The Public ;}
() 'ley E. were visitors to Jack with her mother, Mrs. Irene Johns of Tampawas her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
returned Mrs. W.
has sonville '"
1week's nf. Moore visit with her sls- Mrs. J'Thursday M- Smith' of last week. Jackson. In Baconton. Ga., Mrs. In Starke Saturday visiting and Frank Peterson Mrs. Strohscheln At The .:'
and children Lloyd Lewis her brother-in-law and slater, Mr. children arrived about three I
In Hampae and Mrs returned to Starkeon
T r. Brown H. C. Brown and daugh- Monday for and Mrs. Lorenzo D. Green weeks ago accompanying Mr. "'.
a visit with
Marian were In Gainesville Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Peterson, who returned at that
Vn T. T. Mrs ;
i Long. Thursday Mrs. '
T. H. last LewIs
see -
portraits Friday. L. time from an extended vacation ;
b D. Green and children. .1
' left for her Judy
home In
4.Dor Mr Wilmington I
&t on page and Mrs. rle y'
gee Wiggins' and DehSunday and Archie, spent Monday In
and Mias
Hoffman children were guests Jacksonville.Mr. .
) Sunday of
! of Kansas City, Mrs. dinner guests of Mrs ,
, Hines Wiggins' sister, Mrs. John and Mrs. Lucian
iIIl Conner
' VV H, Hoffman of Cleartai Moyer, In Jacksonville. Bertha Pearce were Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. R. Blankets !
lid overnight guests of H. C. Broadway of T. P. VInson and twin daughters, Crosbyand Blankets ;
Dade children
'Thursday of spent the City Julie and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. T spent Sunday in San- i,.
Ky Dickens weekend In Starke with J. ford with Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Thomas, .
_ his family. all of Valdosta and Younger. 100 Percent Wool Sheet Blankets
will be Mrs. 0. V. Phillips of Lake City.
Salon Mrs.
irt Beauty George Flynn and Mr. and Mrs.
8 Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. C. Wells of
Saturday at&e..oo'. tlnpotlco. Glenn Wood spent Monday In Turnip Jacksonville were weekend
? seed and guestsof
Jacksonville sons Dick and Ben of 12.95 2.95
t al aa' '.'1.',.. Jacksonville were guest Sundayof Mrs. Well's parents, Mr. and '
... Dr. Mrs. L. S. Hutto.
. -- --- ---- and Mrs. H. H. Adams.
- Southern Lumber fome and 00 fitted for ),[rs. Lorenzo Green is spending The Practical "' .. '' Also Many: ;II IIra.
your T
fall and winter this week with relatives In Tain- .. '
SPIHELI.A healthgarment w
Two Blocks I Xmas Gift r ,I Other Selections I
St. East
10th of Depot (ol'M'llIo glrtllen, and alH pa.Mrs. 3 I
Starke.Fla. '.. Hurftlral M'Ita. ConetlereMr P. M. Barefoot, Miss Sara
.. .*. Frank Hoover> Barefoot, and Mrs. A. E. McKinney -
ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER Mrs. William Terry of Putnam spent Friday In Jacksonville. 38.35
Hall spent Tuesday with Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Creason of Portable 1 Mectron Record Players 'i
Washington D.C. the weekend
Logs Purchased at the bUll May Dickens and W. I* Wall. I spent '
with Mr. and Mrs Ralph Feautlful Cabinets O An Appropriate Gift '
Mrs. D. W. Moore and Mrs. A :
or Stumpage Bought L. Alvareu.: > 25 95 4100
Sullivan will leave Sunday Mrs. Tolbert Black retuitved j Wonderful Tone & For The Family 1:1'
for a visit with Mrs. Moore's I ,
to her home in Lakeland {
In son.Lake Cecil Wales.R. Moore and family after being called here Monday because'f We Also Have Emerson and Panola Record Players

of the recent Illness of her mother
MEET YOUR FRIENDSAT I Enroute to Miami Mr. and

TIlE I City week Mrs Fred spent Schwalm several of days New York last moving Mrs.Mr.T.and from N. Mrs.Kendrick Miami H. back Register to Jacksonville are Metal Bed Lamps 3.15 Platform Rockers 25.95 II

with Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. .
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid returned this month. They have Good Spring Construction '
been living In Miami for the

BLUE TAVERN Thursday parents. Mr.from and a Mrs.visit'with A C. Dur-her be past remembered six years. as Mrs Mlsa Register Margaret will Boudoir Lamps 3.74 Heautiful Tapestry UpholstryJJEAUTIFUL t''I I

den In Tampa. MAHOGANY
I Gainesville visitors Saturday Godwin. CRYSTAL IIASE. !
Good Home-Cooked Meals Included Mr. and Mrs. Millard Miss Dorothy Alvarez left Wed :
: nesday for Key West to spend Night Tables 15.95 j
Judd and son. Ray. 1 two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. C. 5-Pc. Enamelled Finish ',
Steaks Chicken The Hart Beauty !Salon will beopen '
: A.. Wlllard.
on Saturday afternoon
un Dinette 25.95
Little Katherine Hrownlee of -
til further notice.Mr. We Buy and Sell
Plate Gainesville .
Lunches spent, the weekend
and Mrs. T. F. Brown and '
son, Frank, of Hampton were with her grandmother Mrs. PLENTY OF Good
J. M. Brownlee.
Sandwiches Beer Soft Drinks guests Tuesday of Mrs. D. W.
Moore. Jesse J. Sutton, Fireman 1-c, PARKING SPACE I
has been discharged from treat- I
OPEN FROM 10 A. .M. TO 11 P. M. Miss Louise Snyder returned ment at the U. S. Naval Hoe
Tuesday after spending a week In pital. New Orleans, La. Before ,

Everybody Welcome '- Your Business Miami Miss Beach.Martha Jane hospltallzatlon. he served aboard IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT ':
Wainwright the USS William C. Cole, a des ,

AppreciatedDUB of of Tallahassee Miss Betty has Ann bran Flynn the guest for Lou troyer lives escort.in Starke.His wife. Mary John H. Denmark Furniture Co. l''

several Mr. and days.Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Chrlntma fiI'fthe beautiful portrait[ PHONE 151 STARKE FLA. !
RHODEN Mgr. Card at Hoover IIn"?,
I ,
Mrs. Carrie Ritch visited. _Dr._ and Studio. I'
Phone 13.IWEvery Kirs.. Carl Mendoza in Jackson I : :'r
ville Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Managua of' :

Charlotte N. C. spent last week .

with Mrs. Celia. Manassa and .. .

hire Mrs.T.Y.F.A.Grady.Harris spent Tues # '\ ,

branch of ,.
day In Gainesville WIN THIS & the t ,, \,
MI' and Mrs. Jeff Johns had as )) t <<
A : : tN S.U.R A.N C E guests daughter-in-law Sunday, their Mr. 'and son Mrs.and i /4 p.

Freeman Johns of Lake Clty
Mrs. R. J. Davis left Monday f' '' '
LIABILITY;' for a week's visit with her grandmother .', tr r

CONSTANT Mrs. D, P. Smith In ,', f :,
SERVICE Daytona Beach. 'I Xmas Turkey .'I

QVEK SO YEARS THE.FT Mr. and biro R. L: McDowelland r r

'f''VALL Mr and Mrs. H. L. McDowell ,
and daughter Grace Louise
spent last weekend with Mr. and
t AGENCYPlease FLRECLASSIFIED' Mrs. John Uglow and Mrs. C. F. I
, Ward. > ,

Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hutchlngs
Phone '146 spent several days last week in

I visiting Hutching Pensacola Mr and relatives with Mrs.and family.T.their In W. son Fernandinaand Oliver Rufus are S Here Is Another Unique Contest For YOU! | : f : ::1

St. Simons Island. I Every customer who makes Xmas for either cash '
I Mrs. Eula Whigham and Mlns :>> a purchaseat! store jf ;:

Madge Whlgham had as! their LayAway Plan will receive ticket number and will be '
guests: last weekend Mrs, Whig, or on our a qualified J '
iOCg 8 i PROPERTY FARM, CITY. AND. hou S7" ,acre electricity farm. with 12 arhid four pO"Rntr"PIC room I of ham's Sebrrng.sister: Mrs. Edna 'GlIsson.I I to guess the weight of this fine live turkey.

apiirtmentB near Thrrexxa and $235000Six two bedroom,I Lewis Haines, Jr., has returned i : )

completely furnlxhed I n .Stark from a visit with his grand-
blocks of Pont Office Income .
ROUT etnLLa REA.I4IV. better than MOOO.OO per .yearCanh .. mother, Mrs. B. F. Haines In '
ESTATB t4,000 00 balance eauy t rniB.Three Altamonte Spring, ,
"' **rritm of bedroom houiie furnlKheilcompletely. t
r Man-
|'h l-eerry.of Home liu ar.a Farm set heater Ve'ideallyolneetedh'onwtwopound Jla electric box and GOSPEL. Mornins TABERVACLE.STARKE. Worship' 11 A.. RULES OF THE CONTEST :
hrre -
f from all ever tae !
Price EI .
Meexa ctrreta 'Starke. P. M.
J ll.Ua* M. Bible School 3 Evening
860. some termx.88t
il REALTT AGENCY acre' farm with four room Service 7:45: P M. Evangelistic II Every purchase entitles you to a free guess on the weight of ( .
old bearlntt pocan 7:30 P. M.
- nted Locally By'I&HOU.INGSWORTH houHe, 12 acted Brotherhood Monday : I.J I.
tree. within 1000 feet of paved In Bible Study Tuesday 7:45: P. M.Children's '" ", '* '
highway. One mile from Depot fine live ichich will be
1 11 .00 a turkey on display at our store every .
So. Walnut St. Starke. Prk00 1Nnlerrlahl. J,., I i. Bible Hour, Wednesday ;J

8 of all kinds. reno lee 1:11 V. llrokrrPhone _mrke .3 Thursday P. M. Ladies 3 P. Prayer M. Evangelistic Meeting Saturday until Christmas Dates: Nov. 16, 23, 30; Dec. ( '. ,'f ''K ';

kttllur. upholstered and -- ;;. S\V Service Friday 7M5: P. M. Inspirational -
kATTRENB co a .carcl.G8 BOi. .. FOB oor.:3.HALE-3: Hay St.-bertroom. tlturke. hmi Bxi-llenl e I I Youth Meet, Saturday 7 U.21. The first person to guess the nearest correct weight :.' S J ';

tiff,. rla tf condition, occiipleil by owner convenient until 7:45 P. M. Communion every first I .. + 1
rerentDr Attractive Information writeC. / Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. will be the winner. : ,
:! JfI. Fur j S '
ell-I'tor II.. liability write all tines and'. ; firs llf. J ..De.or II 1.1.n.. II 143KJ.-yproHH, Onlnevllle. *It- J. T. Quigley, Sponsors. ..: { :'i

In\\'rllfht.Jour) '""""ranee Jr- 131 need&aet FOR RALE" -4-mum house, both J PRIZE AWARDED SAT. b'VENNG.JU.:. 211mmma -'' ;l
Phone 154. tf'AA1 lK-reened front V?rett, barkan GENE
II. .
porch. larn lot; HOO.-V
wKK kNNT-8.9 C'anlon. Hnx 5git. Starko. HiPREPEll > 1.
-lam hell SPEEDY SURE mmmmmmmammmmamaBammmmmmmumi mBmmmi 'If
bucket with Q
,""" "P. boom; : TO RENT but will buy ,)
aod *reotl n et et octrhllnrnpe houHe In RI rkp. fu "lunet un-,.. RELIEF FOR ACID it P
.... FF M-i '
.-t, D. W.* 2 Pools;, turnh'hedT.'. B* ..n"ll'B.8<'r.VinKie It G :,
Art"'n I'o"e aPrlnil, Re... ,or phone' : INDIGESTIONCarpenter's Come one, Come all! Make your purchase and make your guess. What could! be
attire 4984. tf villa .

..If., 'uem -Hampton ND. JUk. FOR homes SALK on OR Mldlafcee.. .REST,lleUrht ID-ml 2 n.H Inky l ,".>.rStarke l 1 1 I finer than} a nice big fat turkey for Xmas to go along with that Yuletide feeling of a S :
131 8L1YatttIOnOno on K y"tone .
E. f
Call '\
II W. U Andrewn. BI3Madlnon t r
100. Fie

!I L-Pie;' ntH. -Wenley.MlHKlonary Crewe.I I FOR_ RENT 81.-Two_IlKbt hml"...ekeep--Jt*..Zip.- t !I fine gift from our store/' Any purchase No matter how small From watch j jR

11-8 2tp lag furnl.hed aItl)1pnl. .
I .. 509 h Ma<""' .
In -
'k KAL RPbonable.- furnlehed or at.onable. Clo e It f [Drug Sfiorelacksrnih hands, tie sets, etc. to watches and, diamonds.: Why not shop for your Xmas r 1 1It

1 L H', "tarke.. Termlt 5-foot
J r
r Pour thoroughbred or 6-foot showcases.. Starke.Wilbur "p t gifts at the moat beautiful jewelry store in Starke. S' I
Puppies. Sea Mr Temple Ave. ;

-Plllan. State Farm., Itp PLYWOOD BOAT and Evlnrude } Shop i !

1 motor both for I18S. Auld
Burroughs ele-

:Inlf machine In fiat Fountain. General Repairs I
.' n gee .1 F.
Mrs. Green 2-room

1''St(),Ore,, lt ,It I FOR utilities RENT-One apartment.Ga heat.Including Beasonable III! --- i Harley StrongCAMP f ; 4

'rtter in ]inquire Coca-Cola plant tf j T. C. GERVAIS H
:JtCau b1 T. T. Long. 'FOR SALE--grafttlfut 2tOx1Q5:' Hroad & Center St I I ;

-=-- lip lakefront tat whIte Band beach. 14 i

wn 1rUlce\JaneoUB. Call hottee NE cor mi Little cottar Santa Fe lake* (Old Colley Shop) ,,1I a""" .......-----------.:...1.-------...'W.--.....Q......f i iosk .
Sl at 801 w- with 9x91arkee It j
H. McNeil Itp porch. V. H. |

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. . . . . . beams. e . . will join Mr. Weest who Is em- Singing ConventionThe

ployed there. They have residedfor Bradford Singing Convention
New River Brooker Mrs. Grace BrIgham this was week.In, Hampton the past year in this commun will meet at the Lawtey
Jacksonville one day
Ily The School By Mrs. T. W. Markey Mr. and Mrs. T.
. . . the Armistice holidays In . . . II LAXAT
. . . pent Peggy and Brenda Sue returned, persons are urged to attend '
Waycroes, Ga., with Col. J. M. several 1'8A'I'' '411
after spending the two-hour The
Dinner Monday
Birthday i program.
The Rev. and Mrs. D. A. Greekof W. M. U. Mcetln
Markey and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. days in Lakeland Ga., with rel, Southland Harmony Quartet stiff Sala" "
Jacksonville conducted church The ladles of the W. M. U. also visited Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux enter- flf805
Markey, Jr. They
at the tained with .buffet dinner on atives. artists of Station WRUF, Palnes-
met Wednesday afternoon a.
services at Christ. Ga. where I
Long Bridge friends In Mlllville. ,
Brooker Baptist Church with the Wednesday night last, honoringher Albert G. Pope left last week vllle, will be featured.
ian Church Sunday morning and President Mrs. Beulah HarrrH, Mr. Markey spent his boyhood husband on,hla 50th birthday for Gadsden, Ga., where he has ,
iiiBiiiiiHiiiiiiiuiiiiinpiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiPICKUP /
days there with his parents, the !!! I"U"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"!!! r'
evening. They were dinner guests presiding.. anniversary at their home.A accepted employment at the near-I
H. J. J. Mar- -
late Mr. and Mrs.
during the day of Mr and Mrs. The devotional topic was Mat delectable roast duck repast by Army Air Base. I and DELIVERY SERVICE ON

Jim Thomas and family. They thew 28th chapter and 19th verse. key.Mrs.. Vickery of Gainesville was: served, with a hugh decor- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wheat and I ,.
enjoyed a birthday dinner. Prayer was by the Rev.. C.. A. ated birthday cake as the centerof baby daughter recently returnedto MATTRESS RENOVATING
Mrs. Rosa Plnholster of Brook. was the weekend guest of Mr. after I I I
Croaby.after which the program attraction. their home in Georgia
er spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mel Vickery.
leader took charge. Mr. Eldon Lamor- spending several months here.
After the dinner, Mr.
and Mrs. M. F. Serving Starke on
Wiggins. Mrs. W. O. Grimes and Mrs. Monday
Hardy rendered a very Interesting eaux-was presented many use K. G. McRae I is spending sev- and
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Caion of
Earl Green were In Gainesville
Starke were visiting Mr. and Mr. program on "Stewardship. Tuesday ful gifts and parlor games were eral weeks with relatives In Quit- Thursday of each Week

Several discussions were made enjoyed, with numerous prizes man, Ga.Mies .
Malcolm Lewis made a business 1- I
by the members. given to the winners of the con- Helen Adkins spent the
trip to Lake Butler Monday. PHONE OR WRITE
The Rev. Crosby made'a .very testa. I weekend in Starke with Misses
Tailor-Made Brand Mr. E. C. Long and
good talk on the right of creationand Martha_ and Betty _Those enjoying the hospitalityof Margaret and Marie McKinney,. '
SEAT COVERS redemption, followed by a, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lamoreaux'were Mrs. LJnnle Seley Is visitingher MODERNMAITRESS"COMPA
prayer by Mr. Hodges.After Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. May Mr. of
Mrs Gene Long of Starke Sun slater, Mrs. Sunannah Dyal
the business session the I and Mra. Frank WIlliams Mr. '
Phone 5.1511
meeting was closed and dismissed day.Mr. Mr., 1309 E. Dtirall s|
1 M. O. Harrell made a business I and Mrs. Clarence Adkins. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hicks
by Mrs. Theo Green. i trip to Alachua Gainesville and Mrs. Wallace Collins Mrs. J. of Jacksonville spent several days Jacksonville Fla.

Tttn Sunbeam ClaraThe and Starke last Friday. F. Johnson Mrs. M. C. Sweeney, here last week with friends and 1II1111"'II"HII'I"II'"IIIII"IIIIIII"IIII'II""II'I"II"UI'II" ', ,' IIIIIII"IIIWI''IIID''I1II1I"11I11'11'111111'1111I11"111I11' ' 1111"
Sunbeam Class met Wednesday Mrs. Louis demons and daughter Mine Jessie! L. Wright. relatives. '

afternoon with their lead. Yvonne of La Crosse were Outoftown'guests Included: Ira Brown of Jacksonville, of
er, Mrs. Lula Mae Baxter, and visiting friends here Tuesday Earl Bright, Jack Cobb and Mr. visited his son, Lamar Brown

six were present: Anna Harrell, afternoon., Long of Wildwood;Mrs. Mary last Thursday. From where J sir.
Holmes and E. ...J.fJoe M
All Work Guaranteed Sandra and Ginger Jones Ken Mr. Royce Gainey of Jacksonville Lee Vlnlng Albert Mr. and Mrs Albert Stringerof
neth Green, Wayne Thomas and spent Armistice Day here C. Lamb of Jacksonville; and Mr. High Springs spent Armistice

WARD SEAT Terrell Green. with hi. parents. _Mr.. and Mrs and Mrs. J. L. Gentry of Starke. Day with. Mr. and Mrs Marvin

COVER CO. We are looking forward. to L. R. Galney. Mary Underwood Honored Williams.EXPERT. How ,to Handle
great things from our little SunC. Mr. and Mrs Alph Hazen of Mrs. Ruby M. Underwood en-
GAY'S SERVICE STATION Orlando spent last weekend here
E. Andrew and family Mon tertained a number of children f Fortune
Phone 10 Court Sta.V" with relatives.Mrs. a
Madison last Thursday afternoon, when an
also in
day. They enjoyed fishing: Lottie Edwards and son
the river. Informal party was given at

Conservation Officer Tracy urday.Mr.Harry. were In Gainesville Sat home in honor of her daughter, Some months ago I reported in with the :Mismm. flhiirtng .

Baker, Jr. of Keytsone Heights and Mrs. Earl Green and Mary Elizabeth who waa twelve !!>. Cl&itm how' Mel Bate's uncle gum ft beer with friends]

Now on DisplayAT was visiting. M., U Johns Sat. children were dinner guests) of years Outdoor old. games were enjoyed, died #9 north, and left him with a From where I sit. .

urday.R.. R. Andrews made a business Mr. and Mrs 'W. A. Hinton In and after viewing the many nice t iy foe tun*. learned the art rf handlm j

DARBY BROS. trip to Jacksonville Monday. Waldo Sunday. gifts presented the honoree, cold N stlt? Jly,our town WAS curiousat well"a* bundling pena

Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of Miss Lubedta Pinholster last week.was drinks and cookies were served a. per how Mel would spend it: don't; l t taBh.ln.thfl.bll

Gainesville were visiting relatives In Gainesville one day the young people. TiaTelSng around the "world you around any more tlf
MartinFishtail: In this section Sunday P.M. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas) Those enjoying a fishing tripto epSERVICE getting a.' new house or.car let people! push you sroun

Mr. and Mrs.' Eddie Norman were In Gaainesville Mr.Friday.and Mrs. Cedar Keys last weekend were wearing fancy clothes or' dinlike the simple, homey lid
Mrs. Lizzie Green,
and son, Herbert,' of Starke, were 'Leon Parrish and Mr. and Mra. Mr.; and ,Mrs. Gerald Adklns and I log on cold pheasant and champagne panionshlp and quiet ways!
M. L. Johns and daughters, Betty Jean and Lou. of beer and friendly talk
visiting family Joe Green of Dukes were visiting ....TWa ,,
afternoon.Mr. ise, MIddleton Prevatt. Mr. and worth fortune
Sunday. and Mrs. D. C. Nettles and Mr and Mrs. E. W. Hodge rece Mrs. Clarence'' Adklns and Mr. Chas. C. can now report. Mel hasn't a after allj

ntly.Mrs and Mrs. Jim Adkins and granddaughter changed a bit! Drop in on him any
son Elbert, were visiting' Mr. and
Propeller Mrs. Johnny Brown of Midway O. W. Barry Mrs. T. W. Joyce Beal. ShepherdAt night, and you'll and him In his
Markey and John William Green abut sleeves by the Ore, chatting
recently. and Mrs. Alice Oliver enjoyed a Mrs. Gordon ''Weest and daughters I Gay's Service Station M
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rouse and fish fry at Dekle's Mill Pond last I Betty. and Louise left on -
i H L. Johns) were shopping in Wednesday. Saturday, for Miami where they C. Tr hr.1946o United Stale Brewer F\

Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. ._A.. ... _. _
A .
$t&K&triL V and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merrltt ... ...
*W Hr% f fc* i* wore shopping In Jacksonville : ...

Saturday. .. .. .
Or. Turner and nurse of Jack sere nuns iv

'k w i sonville were visiting Mr. and The 1947 ,,
1'1 / V -
Mrs. Jay Moody Thursday after 7\ i

noon.Mr.. and Mrs. G. II.,Patterson of I -
Lake City were visiting Mr. and VJSERSPECIAL .:'
Mrs. M. L., Johns' and family :

Monday.Mr. .
and Mrs Pledger Johns r.. A.m
and children were visiting Mr. : .
and Mrs. N. A. Conner of Mid "

way. Sunday. ..
A lone fisherman can cast Mr.and Mrs. B. J. Bradley celebrated .. .

and retrieve while keeping her birthday In Green ... I' '

boat in motion One hand Cove Springs with her parents ... '

operation,.non-tiring1, quiet. Mr. and Mrs. Will Blocker, last .... '.
week. .
Fits,on boat like outboard / .-
motor. Goes right through Conway Rouse gave our school .;.
class a wonderful report on "Life It
grass, weeds and shallow and Description of Hawaiian ., PRODUCT Of "
water. Easier than oars Islands" Tuesday morning 'V
and faster!

.. Start Relief In 6 Second : '

Darby Bros. &iiM\S\ >'_..t'tA '

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.I was lucky In I
"bingoand yChurch
won M. R Holmes. Mrs. H. W. Ross .
lotion.Mrs. .1 urday visitors of relatives In - -- -
Mrs. W. O. -
Engram. Miss Virginia
Farm Jacksonville.
ate I Hugh Hall of Jacksonville, Engram, Mrs. I A.
Shepherd -
visitor of Mrs. C. I After having been visitors of
nrVeUI wwIePdw** Turney was and Mrs. Calvin Williams of &
j . guest player on this occasion and Pal atka. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Tumey for Sunday School Guide 'II'
Mrs several
l, Martin Grlner Jr. was tea days. Mrs. Hugh Hall and
''I guest Mrs. Sunday, School little Mary Carol -- .-._ .- _. ._.. .
[flub Mating Hembree served a Party Turney return. ------ '- ---- --- u"' -- -.. .. .. .. .. ,n i
( salad -course.) Mrs. W. ed to their home In Jacksonville : }
chrysanthemums Engram complimented Pine Level !\,
ant Pastor
Sunday with Presbyterian Church Of
among 'thegal her Sunday school class Mary Carol's par. History Bible I ''I
.,! t MDlnant added to the beauty O. E. Crews Party was host last Wednesday with day a evening.party at Following her home several Mon who ants were Mr. and here Mrs.for the John day.Turney Tells Of Work"We Has Supply Pastor Will Be Shown :"

w ne of titre J. M Hem.rllD Crews with evening honoring) Mrs. hours of fun afforded by out. Mrs. J. H. Ritch of Jacksonville are moving by faith". In Motion Picture I ,
entertained the a birthday party at door spent That was the Issued '
she games Mrs. Engram served Friday with her soninlawand message j
YIJ'III Bridge Club TJ iUrs- |I Ii|the their home. Zest was added to cookies and Coca-Colas. daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. I this week by the Rev. W. E. Hill,' "The Book of the World of I '/

dlloOn of last week.tTlct occasion by the element of Members M. Rlcharde. I pastor of the Pine Level Baptist Tomorrow", a sound film pre-
of the i
: class
award, ;Mrs. surprise. are Peg i Church in a letter to a number pared by the American Bible Soc- '
prize gy Caldwell Following an extended 11
I I I By a Helen Whltneld. stay I
of ruse Mrs. Crews was I iety and depicting the historicalbackground )1.11
high score. of friends
? holder called from her Dewey Thornton, J. W. Walker with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Feagle describing progress being I I
for second home and when and sacrifices made !I
and made the
on congregatlon's'new
arils, and "Sonny" Peggy Feagle has returned to
she returned Engram. Additional <
R. Kite received Betty Williams church I In the translations of the Bible, !
JIlt. J. guests were members of her home in Tampa. building."I fi
M. E. Orlner pianist was accompanying the I will be shown according to the '{
J;ePlf.! Mrs. ,assembled friends In singing Farm's Junior social set. During the past weekend Mr. will consider It a personal ," following schedule: I
and Mrs. R. W. favor for our friends to investigate
Brannen visited
RELIEF "Happy Birthday. Weiner Roast : Monday 7:30: P. .-tampion :-
K FQO-'I relatives In Jacksonville our work the pastor stated
was Methodist Church I'
,..f Dlstreis : ated cake a beautlfully.decor. Jimmie and Erma Jean Godwin Guests of Mr and Mrs. Richard "If you are then convinced thatit .
holding tiny tapers gave a weiner roast at the homeof Markham at separate times during Is of the Lord's, I will appreciate Tuesday 7:30: P. M.-The atone ,
B.ACrl ULC':;RS'EXCESS.ACID :'and slices of It, and cup cakes, their parents Mr. and Mrs. the past week were Mr. and it very much if any of you i -i" church 4 miles north of Starkeon II
', served with Ice cream. John Godwin Saturday night. Mrs. Paul Yon of Jacksonville who so desire will make: a contribution : Jacksonville highway 'i
During the "
relllOfHomeTreatnseattlla' party hours bingo After the roasting and serving of and Mr. and Mrs W. T. Mark. toward this work. Wednesday 7:00: P, M.-State

r It Will Cost Yon Nothing was this plfeyed.celebration Those who enjoyed the weiners"" games were enjoyed.In ham of the same city. "The building now under construction Farm club house.

1iII"!""n bottle*of the W 1 LLA RDdi Mrs. J. M. were Mr. and a hunt "Sonny" Engram will cost us several Thursday, 7:30 P. M.-Lawtey j
nve bwn old for rellof of Bradley Mrs. P. S found the thousand Methodist Church. '
treasure dollars Mr. Hall
trew.tWnR" from St.N3aCh Crews, :Mrs. C. D. Sellers Mrs. and In a con Area, Aid NeededTo con
txs..sAeld I test J. W Walker was prize win. tinued. "Our whole aim and pure Friday 7:30: P. M.--Melrosa
/ardoreUto '
at.twa.h. ner. Carry Work pose Is first to honor I
.purtMen. alapl..nr...... on the Lord; Methodist Church.
Add. Hold on fin .'IrI..I1D TUNGTREESBat Other boys and girls who were Of Red Cross HereAn second to erect a building wherewe Sunday 7:30: P. M.-StarkaMethodist4

'- which tuU7 present were Tommie and Bernice can gather little boys and < Church. I
.mirtaun u
KXH DRUG STORE U. S. wi ti.- rty.U ring, Dowllng Peggy and Frances emergency meeting of the girls as well as men and women I I Pictured above Is the Rev. J. The Rev. W J, Churchwell has

vigorous, prolific. High oil content. Caldwell Carolyn Crews, Betty Executive Hoard of the Bradford from all walks of life and teach Warren Kaufman pastor of the secured a number of Bibles. Testaments .
I Williams I County American them God's eternal word so that I I and a portion of the
To mun bed Ml cti.n, order NOWTDTI Raymond Walker, Oviedo Chapter Red! RIchardHon'' Memorial Church
t and Loedlth Grlffls, Lowell Cross was held on October 28 for we might have a small part In Philadelphia,. who Is filling the Gospels for distribution which

uExpert and Leslie Shadd, Junior Griffis.I the purpose of requesting financial building a better civilization, bet pulpit of the First Presbyterian will be on display.

: CA i Johnnie Ray and Billy Godwin. help from the Southeastern Area ter homes, better churches, and a Church during the month of Nov. There will be no charge buta

r Helen Whitfleld Carolyn Bradley, office in Atlanta In order to con greater fellowship. This new ember. collection will be taken for the '

RSERIE$ Dewey Thornton. Jimmie Mon. tlnue the Chapter program. auditorium Is 40x70 feet and will American Bible Society to help

1 crlef, Kenneth and Nolan Dobbs, Bradford County failed by one consist of a baptli try, two dressing Presbyterians, former Presbyterians -, In carrying on their great work

Delores Ann Wainwright,. Alma- half to raise the Red Cross quota rooms, two outside rent rooms visitors and those who i Everyone la Invited to see this

ron Lee and Harry Cleveland.Mr. In March and the Chapter. now with lavatories. Also adjacentwill have no church: home In Starkeare very Interesting picture.SPONSORS. {
be a nursery for mothers and cordially Invited to attend the '
YOUR WATCH and Mrs. Godwin were as- finds itself without,funds to meet
babies. morning worship service In the
demands for
r slated In hospitalities by Mr. and remainder '
Deserves the Best Mrs. Morris Barton and Mrs. E. of the year. The Chapter is "I am fully convinced that you Presbyterian Church at 11 o'

A. Grlffls. spending about f 1080 a month of will appreciate the effort we are I clock Sunday morning Of The Church Page I''
which $850 goes for loans and putting forth in this work and I The guest speaker. Dr. J. Warren ,

Mr. and Mrs. George Manassaand grants to active service and ex- thank you for your consideration I Kaufman, announces that "

Bicycle i children arrived Friday from service men and their dependentsand ," the pastor concluded. hlx subject is as up-to-date as Tip Top Super Market

% their home in Atlanta. Ga., to the balance for salaries and modem man and as ancient as Alvarez Store

Repair k u visit Mr. and Mrs. W. O. String. other administrative costs. With Methodist Church"The Adam. Ills theme will be "The e

fellow During their stay they, the exception of about $JOO for Sin of Pride", which has been the Hollywood Camera i

Ira a major opera- are also visiting Starke relatives. : Navy families the rest of the Mission of the Church"will undoing of many In all genera. & Gift Shop

,the mere tightening of REPAIRTrustworthy Mr. and Mrs. Harris Tyus and, money is being lined for Bradford be the topic for the morning tions since time began. Appropriate II. C. Wall Agency I t'I :

I you can be sure your daughter. Miss Imogene ,Tyus of County men and their dependents. service in the Methodist Church music good fellowship anda tl! ;

k fin receive prompt and Service Chattahoochee spent the Armistice -I During the month of October Sunday Nov. 17. This day has hearty welcome Is extended to Carpenter'sCocaCola I
Hittentkin here. holidays with Mr. and Mrs. the local Chapter In''addItion to been set aside as Layman's Missionary all. Bottling Co. I

F. Kelly Tyus. financial assistance helped with Day for the purpose of An Informal meeting of the Leila's. I ;:yM j
GS & BAKER Harley Strong Mrs. J. H. Joyner and Mrs. C. disability death,insurance and acquainting the laity with the congregation will be held at the Koch Drug StoreTyuV ,

R. Karle and daughters of Col. hospitalization claims arrears of worldwide mission program. The close of the morning service. / I I'dl

!BICYCLE STORE 137 West Call St. umbla, S. C., arrived Sunday for pay allowance due transportationto evening service will be evangelistic Dry Goods I: ::111

I. Call St Starke, Fla. CAMP ISLANDING JEWELER an extended stay with Mr. and doctors and hospitals furlough featuring the singing of Bethel RevivalThe Drinkers'/ Furniture Co. I' ::
SINCE 1941 I Mrs. James Parker. Lt. and Mrs. verification. and arrangements for familiar hymns. ItobbW "

I I W. W. Wooden and daughter of a military funeral. Young'people meet at 6:30 P. Rev. O. E. CUtJ Jacksonville were additional Among the lesser services given M. for a general discussion and begin revival' services at the Hart Furniture Co.

I guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. were locating a wash-woman and Interesting program. Bethel Itsptlut Church on Sunday Florida Dank at Starke /

Parker. distributing used ,clothing The Prayer and Praise service each Nov. 17, and will be held each Mike Maruca II
Can Use More Pulpwood S Sgt. and Mrs. Jack':. D. Bradley Chapter maintains a closet .f used Wednesday evening at 7:30. The evening at 7:30: p. m. The Rev

of Tampa visited Mr. and clothing shoes toys and can finda topic for discussion: "The evangelistic R. 1... Lee. pastor, extend a cordial -
*WHITE TIMBER DEPT Mrs J. M. Bradley from Friday use for un-llmlted quantities of efforts made in our invitation to the public to First
until Monday. Mr. Bradley andSgt. these articles. All persons who church. attend.
jCaitalner Corp'ru of "America Fcrnandina. Fla. have,.any used clothing, or toys
were gat'or.your
and Bradley
.. '- . ..- -.x.. .Mr ,. are -rge-to tiring. them to the WRITTEN- IIV 1 IIAND Presbyterian .Church

'? v.y rVnrycslAy'> y.q,7 FwHmby, ,)vCnblCiN"b'Yt"rn'iXs + Chapter offices. I la< the Armory Wycliffs Bible 1383 the first Lawtey -
Building. .t English Bible was written by Baptist Church
In addition to 'tll$ action in regard Serviced Sunday
hand. It was the last to be copied
td-, the request for supplementary and multiplied by hand. It Is Sunday School-- 10 A. M. ,11:00 A. M.
Board appointed funds ahe Mrs. Ruth S. said that In those days ten months Services 11 A. M., 8 I*. M. .'..... '.W.:....:.'lr,, ,T

Morse as Executive Secretary a were necessary to copy out the Wednesday 8 p.: m.MidWeck : k..JI'i;: .
Bible. During the war, so great
i! position left vacant since Augustby was the need for Scriptures, the Prayer Service '/'hleat! "

,y Y 1y, the resignation' of Mrs. Edward American Bible Society by setting -/ \ W.
Burns. Mrs. Morse has been r
\ Llr. au man
up an assembly line in the A Cordial Welcome
Home Service Secretary more

I: than a year and will continue to printing plant was able to turn Extended to All Guest Pastor

be responsible for this work In out 10,000 Testaments a day.

." ?.: y it j'' addition to the duties of Executive ,

1 ,Sec etary. ;'1
First Christian .
J ,M1 i'T 6: fa- '
Bible Story Hour In The :

L'"r''"aJriu'tit"S; Church FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I '
Eighty-six: children were present

ir at the Community Bible A Friendly Church In, A Friendly ', '. '
'3 afternoon to heara Rev. D. A. Greek
School Tuesday
\ t; fi ir ..S ry7.., continuation of, the story of Guest Speaker Community I'' '.

the "Life or Joseph" The nondenominational -

Yk Y\ class meets each Sunday, Nov. 17 Sunday Worship 1/ A. M.. 7 JO I'. M. I.I.;
Tuesday afternoon at 3:80: o'clock 11 A. M. 7:30 I". M.
Church School 10 A. M. I .
'Church recreation
In the Methodist -
building.The Young People Sunday .6:30 I'. M. I '
ti \', Miss Kate Struth, IJible School 10 A. M. .
a hM staff Prayer And Praise Wed. 7JO; P. M.
Mrs. Lex: CreeD Mrs. Titus Olsen

.' and the Rev. and Mrs. W. J. I IIr
,.iny nra : YvtI ;
'rtlw .
eny with
Churchwell. served the class
t' St. Mark'sEpiscopal

,, ':-r 'c delicious Several apples.adult visitors were Church PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH 1! .;'

"*\ F present and were delighted with i. I'

the achool. Hev. W. E. hall Pastor :' .
I Miss Struth reported that theechool's I Church School 10 A. M.

shopping CONVfNIENCE"ow.you sale of Christmas cards Morning Prayer and '
to raise funds was go- -;
and paper. Sermon 11 A. M.
-ea.iriry-Vour-fjflBEfUQ'ST I Ing well. I "Watch Our New Building Grow""Watch 'f ;

I GIVEYour Church dally for
open prayer 1'\
I and rest Service Center open Our Membership Grow" ; i ic.

fllli home SAfll arid EASILY m I Portrait dally fur recreation I c.. I Ii

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few handy pAPIR ...". riouiuAi 11 in AN.Roue'rt ". of 1111... ...k. and .xtundtnit a. cub.pa.nrnopenlwhom'Wouldollnm1 ..
(I I hKY. lon the lake shore Ra: twardwrner the
I'1. Oro..*nor. Plaintiff v*. An..f.. elan I hepnn'nt .t Northweet >t.fvnd.nji r>r _lth"r of them 'I
Frances May Oroirenor, Defendant of ("outhemiit, (loaner. I ITl.sl' It I I. the Iwllef. xf the plaln-
jfJ Caw N SPACE PUBLICATION ) of ffeetlon 13 them run afh over fa. tri of 21 ymrm
n' OK KkOHIDA to Mr*.. ..*t. thence. North 11M feet 1 that the defenilante. ('hatles Citheniand i.
France May Oroavenor, w"...* rsl theme Wt 12* f..t to point oflieitlnnlnir -.... wife; Wil I 1
BY HEALTH AUTHORITIES done and addr*** U a Drown And also n..'lnnln" !liam, Curry .and h..n': :: Curry, '' Id
CONTAINER APPROVED Street Wolverbamiiton fltafford at the Honthwt ..'..rll.r of North. hi* wife II. It. (',,"",," and V 1
.Mr.. I'n.I.n4. ....< luart.r r (Nov: ) of Mouth- Clayton hi* wife; )fl<>hal Wsdesnd
Toil are required lo appear on inset Quarter (HW%) of "."-11..n -_, hie wlf' anit
THROW AWAY CONTAINER November IS, "4., In the above 11. fh.n<-. run K....t t7 ,..!. J. U, ..lJWed. .1. L Kinisir.
LIGHT EASY TO HANDLE. named Court and cause. wherein th.nc. .North Iton foot, rh.nc. ., and: Mary f. KbiM.: rl It ave, an..
plaintiff ."ek. divorce. liradfordI'onnly Wear Pet f..l to a point .In HII. If dead the unknown heir at law.legatee
RETURNS < Tl.a-raph shall publish thin v.r Isle.thence' South .. de.l ..< or raoi..* of.erh
$ NO DEPOSIT, NO Order tn next four weekly lue.. Co point of b.fflnntn: .JO01Jf.II.: o( th. abo. NO BOTTLES TO WASH The Gift That Only Wltnena mr hand and official ...1 geld| .nd. lying .rvl rirlnir tn and all interact trlalmla, nay right, 1
at Htark*. Florida, this. October 3(. Mellon Thlr i.n. Towniihlp KlchtMouth title or In and to the prop.rty .
Give 1"11. H. nir. T,..nlY-1,",0fll dee'rlbed" ahwr and EASILY STORES EASILY You Can OFFICIAL BEAD! A. J. Thoma., ) Rasta IIIH of Complftlne, filed htreln. do)
POURS -- A. Clerk: of paid Court. It .pp...rl at from the plaintiff apptar on the :nUt day of Norrmher .
Hy Ixiclll C 5'unnert. C. ,worn Kill of Avoid the Rush SeeToday T Frank ln<1rum, .rk/ FloridaAttr. the CUM of J..ele Tapior Mt.werr Illlt nf Complaint filed aa-ln.t them
k FOREMOST MILK[ today' intmen for fit. l"-5: 4t 1145NM's'M i widow, v.. Charlr. C.h.n. ..ialp at the office of the Clerk' nl the
rich and healthful for an Appo Bald l cause p.nding. In th. Circuit Clreult. Court In and f.r HrndfordCounty
: TO A ft*K *M Court of VS ends, .ttlirhtli. Judlditl Klorlda, and thai, lhl. Or.
'It. available noW HALLMARK: PKKKONJI HAYING OR Circuit, In and for llmdrardr'ftuntr. la the llredfordCouoly'Fdegrrph .
the container. ruAiMiSio A N r INTKKKHT: IN ...1&1"h mouse I* e pelt. to I M newspaper '
new, handy GREETING CARDS AND TO TMK: FOLLOWING: DIv ,quiet title rf the ..*...v. "!<>iMrlt>..d piibllnhed In Mndfi-rd County, Dor.Ida. .
Ct'ItlHEI I.ANI'' |lame. that tt* r.*prtivii r..n.*..H one* a wnek fur four ronteru.live ;
dealer other (NW*> sod plum of address .t the d.t.n weeka heforr the return date t
[ your favorite FOREMOST See ou'r selection of The Northwest IU Quarter."r..e In North' ..nt... {'h.r'.< Cohen and __ .t.,... In this Order end Nolle \ .
GIFTS and TOYS "opt Corner two and two fI) terr. r-oh.n, hl. wife. ; WlllUm Currr end WITVMHrt mr hand and the ...!
--- -- west Southneat Corner of ",>"tth.wool Kupnenla ('..rpt.. hl. wit.; n. DClarton of thin Court ..n lhl. the tlrd day
0 In fllW\1 ..< North- and ----.."-. Clayton his of ortotxir ,A. n. Ill*, at Htarke.In \
Quarter n, Hollywood Camera il..t etcr*rf hrifttor. eoll toQuart.liar.'j Wade, bl. wife W )L. Wright and A. 4. THOMA"' I J
.' Wright hl> wltel: and J. clerk Clrcnlt Court. PradfordCounty ,
FOREMOST and Gift ShopCall ) ofnNorthwest jCzJi.; i. <'. tfoUcer.. 1. f. Kin*, rlorljwJordan. j
'NWSouthwest q.ar I II dr.. and Mary f. King, a. the far- (ilEAL) I :
quarter., of ....u'h...... Quarter yl..I"6 director and tru.t... of LaioakDell, '' .
Street at Railroad tSW cod 4I two <2I ...'?. In the I ,the .treeklrn lj>.4 Company are Attnrney* fer PlaIntHL1e6.Ott :
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Speedier, ServiceOn I I In a ,series of advertisements, [longer; resist -rain spots and clothing to stay CII'an an
N Drugs' for Vets Mr. and Mrs. Kelly R. Thompson now running In the Telegraph, It water spots;. .keeps stains ..frompenetrating" A nominal charge I> I
I and son, Jackie, are among is pointed out that' the process : fabric, making gar this additional aervlcea

WINDOW TRUCKS S-1 Veterans under medical treat. the many new families! who have 1 I -- ) --- '--.
SIGNS LETTERED > ment for Nrvl e-Incurred !Illnessor !
DRAKE SIGN S disability may'now get pre moved to Bradford County during -i T rui dldlN sul 1Ne-

months, and .
scriptions filled: at their home the past few they ?iA100tlIIl
dOt2 ZIl AZ0/OIG
town drug ctore-and .the Vet- are well pleased with their 10-i

erans Administration will pay the acre place which they purchased

For Peanut-Fed TURKEYS. bill. from Mr and Mrs. A. L. Crosby. ...( .; ': //.. :. '; :: ..,..",>...-d": "" ,,,,'.< > '
Florida l1 -. ." :wt. : :' '>< r.t :,"'" .
Pharmacists In are cooperating The Thompson came sere from } :: <1:1': :N% ":; : ;" lf"t" :.< tL(
for Thanksgiving with VA to furnish Rlttman, Ohio where Mr. Kelly ! local ;; : ;?i:'' .?VIi': ', s):: 'f. ? ..;;r.", ,
drugs prescribed by physician In ) : : ,# "y* *.,>.> .... .:>." a .
had been an employe a paper , :.i: << y>}:;y. : ;'\< .
participating in VA's home, box: factory for 23 years. :t:JfJ.<$fltt'1 f r te tff4< r r. '.
medical for veterans 1 T" ,
town program II ,:0,;: ;{!:; .
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L See Mitch Edwards with service-connected disabilities BeShowerProofed '1J$ J1f.:: } : : ; 1 ....
Garments: Can
according to .James C. ., .. ,:(;.#,.. ," ',,"'. .'. "
Bates VA contact representativeat : .:. -?9ft'.tL,\ : h"/fJtO tt.U.q J1iRf ? .;. .': .
Please Place All Orders Starke. ; ::# "v, .;...,. \ f*ft1tJ-o' '
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veteran whose Illness has Juniua M. Smith, owner of the .; ,
Any >. :
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22 been declared service-connected by Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry You'll find It tr off ways'to
By November :?' pays get s|,;ille|| ,
awaiting VA, or any original veteran adjudication who of Is announces-the a new shower-proofing service for customers ofI I :yt, RESENll r ) 12:" Ice, now and at regular Intervals, at our n

his claim Is eligible to obtain garments by a new process that < ,.;?> Service Headquarters!, For this will h

prescriptions If It Is determinedby '.,<":d.:;.a sb. ?p iWpygi: :>'YN4 t; "" !F:r. VA that he Is in need of :ndL; 4 "sk,1I'ed'x'{ 'y.r:4 j;; offer day-prevent serious breakdowns
R. B. Alvarez & Son medical treatment.The Relief At Last H., ..,fs.'t: .yssth .our,( .. '' ;\;;.e;! '''' :'" the
home town system of fill I .'A;}> .fl. "'i.t;.. ;",;, ";' .%,,;HY} 1'1.tdi"t; ; < f you high cost of major repairs and

ing prescriptions was adopted by Y11,<.r/" 'i'<'f,; 'ervceI',: : ;! W' '"$,,Jrt:; tf/i.. .:-z.. tain the resale- value of your car. Remei
.J:! $ : >
Transfer & Storage Co. VA to give speedier and more efficient For rYourCough e.4': ::4"1$:\1's.M<'1:/<';/1$> 8''!::':;;:'Jf.',,,<'{<.i'f;":?< :#"''<::.w.;.y-'X. :.W:..,<.:.e........{"'.'y:' it.;j';(,: our skilled. mechanics, using factory-engi,

medical service to veter ;;\ S..i..4;r.'. ,.?) ;..:,,:,.i!';,,,:;;.;'f.tM..d, :ry"i r.A.J1i1', : >'. t tools I and quality I ports: ,are members of Am
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Creomtfslon relieves promptly because i "ji"iW..i..i"1"-itr.i';: : }, M.t,, : : ',;"',,, 1. "' ;..'-J. foremost automotive service organization,
Phone 179 sent prescriptions to the regional to the seat of the) : : : ,' ', : ..1'IJ'ft...': "
it goes right i .. : '- : !,'.. *:/ /" : : ; ". in_today I
office and It frequently took from trouble to b l"p100IIen and expel ... ,.." .u, /' ) "u"1' .
five to ten days to get medicine perm laden phlegm, and aid nature J'j'w '. ..
to soothe and heal tender in-
We operate local and long back to the veteran, the VA rep- flamed bronchial mucous raw mem
and resentative said. bl1Ull! Tell druggist to sell you ". ., .',<. ,.>. '-r ; J :. 'vl'' %.:., .,...
>Moving distance Anywhere inState & your \'<"" :::" / : ; : ''';;.t''i'i.': j. :\:r v ,
Fees charged by drug stores I a bottle of Creomulslon with the un- :<% r.i >:i//fl0. ;'b. ,jkf"i';ii'6't; ;>;xy 1A};:t{? f'
S! derstanding must like the way: it >'H1'x'f ? ; 1 ..q'fF; ilt: :';0;: 4(
pto the Of Florida. operating under a contract be- the : :< < < : P'1ti;>t? ;:
or are
quickly allays cough you .' '
k .
<'tJ-if< ;;il' ;;""'<"A'<; f3P t lsr f';;;14sPending : id d'z"'. *" {i.<'
: tween the state pharmaceutical back.CREOMULSEON : ""' ; ., .
rt ft\/: ,;\ :: : : ;f ::\ dti7.J.
association and V A, are approximately deier *f
Fast; Careful Moving I ,
for prescriptions equivalent charged to average the general fees. for, Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis .:' :t"l<:,". :.:,:. :?t'.'<"lJ.l'': Ing delivery of your new Chevrolet! It

public. I ?.,(c t:*;. >';:;.,>.1. brings you Big-Car beauty, Big-Car o

Full Information about the W.C.T. U. %:J:'', OUR\NEWri}.: ') and performance. Big-Car quality at

"home town drug program" may ht.I'/: < : e:; .1<.,/' cost. And even though we can't tell l
Clothingand A BLACK PAGE fitf1-t'1.M"j."f': W:: l r; "': #..;,..jh ;h be obtained from the local VA con tr"f; rf;' E : .1.0' when we can make delivery of your new

Is tact located representative In the courthouse., whose office _Bowery The superintendent Mission! Nw of York toe "'\'H':(
ShoesFOR City, says: "During prohibi- i><; j ll(;;:'. as fast as we receive them from the fad

Need for Waste Fat tion we got only the chronic v'. f\: i :'.,R-/'f.I.t'':..r';{+':t:N,'; .>'?:h.\J.,* r'f/,:: <':' that we'll make delivery of your new Chi'gvng'G <

drunks at the Bowery; todaywe :; :; R.,; "wMBfe' at the earliest. possible date-and the
Is Greater Now get lawyers, skilled em- .
ployees, professional men, .',:.:')';....tt'U': : k-,';" ..>,.? -:::! ,'*\"' :"' ": "'.;' patience will be well rewarded whel
Than During WarDue musicians-all kinds x:?t.fF coming ; : ; 1 tax 'ifttFi> experience Biq- quality ofr lowe

to tile acute shortage of to us.. There is three hundred ...,<:<").,.r. ;...::...,.,.'><>1.,'.:."...>.:,:,?...."t.':",.,,,','..?'%.""*..","'n.F.. :.:'z'.;.f."'',<.<''4.t._,:.,,.,.:.", :" ..
The Entire Family percent more drunkenness than "'..:::.k'H:&;"<': M..k"tM:"';' .i rv>;J"';:' \\_,<;, ;"; .
meat women have been unable to : "'
? : :
save and turn in fats to the 'extent before repeal.. We deal with $ y'' '(:j'f, ;,';'f.-Hf. .':.,<<.;...,;.( t.\H;.,; r..IM" '---- 'f,,;"'t ( Chevrolet Still Lowent In I

they had during previous drink 150.000 each to 250,000" victims of 1 !";l",.":,;fs'i,> .!". .:.>f.'?">:,.>.P'i./H. ,_.-t' .{.'.iJI....;;.........Iio.: :: ".... .,. >- sThe,price new substantially( Chevrolet lowers listsi
year >" .' V '
: ;: ;'H: <.
months, but with the of ..:
lifting The blackest page was writ- s ng;::,,<. l.;-;, ,, ..q ... s that of any other car In Its i
.Every: day is bargain dayat price ceilings! fat salvage collec- ten into the history of Amer :1Vi'' v t !t. "6 This saving Is big enough to
tions should surpass those of recent "\IH: j ..) .un'\\ -l t for many a service check-u|
ica when this Nation
months. According to the repealedthe ;'if{: ;!::{':. 'er; ,,, :: your present car.
prohibition. By this _
the American Fat Salvage Committee,
* act one of the greatest agencies -
housewives, since the start of the I
of evil was legalized by
program four years ago, have
the Government for the destruction
been responsible for the
of Its own people. __
more than five hundred million
STAR Store pounds of fat. This means that
September 1948. .
iven when meat was in such short Starke Fla. _
supply women continued to be
fata.conscientious ..in" -saving. waste l-
The committee also pointed out
that due to the world-wide shortage -
of fata and with no pros
pects for early Improvement in
the situation, the need for fat ,
!J salvaging U greater now than It -.

WMt ) 't4 1z war has been years.at any time during tin *K* S >!i<:,' .

-. Production of many greatly wrssaa"'r
needed consumer' Items 'are re- dJ'lI
pendent on fats. These include

soap, Pharmaceuticals, automo-
TELLS ITS. STORYAFTER biles, refrigerators, washing machines

floor coverings and tex- '
tiles. Every pound of fat turned '
back to the butcher will hasten
,., 'N "
the return of these and many
the crops are harvestedand other products.For f. t'f. t f
*" ,
of their these reasons American N\g yCrA *'
a check-up yield ;
.. {$$ )/
** 'f .
women are urged not only to con- _.'1 .y
and quality is made, the story tinue their efforts In salvagingand .' '. n ec ommcn d t"U YfrfX flM&tiK':: '&# 1
of potash is told. Good yields turning in used. fats, but to .. Are Oldntobile 8 \ ". wI' 3 coo
redouble them.Stapling lIercl i
of high quality mean that soil SEASONAI' 4 x{ R

and fertilizer:, supplied enough machines- Scotch' tape SPECIAL

of this necessary plant food. paper punches, all type account .SERVICEStrecaf. <
Low yields and quality books ring binders a>n d many .
other Items at the Bradford shade av your
have been due to lack of a codehaeCe time to : menthe shed Wh3f i
may County Telegraph. of Kronea K for the ,. .utred
potash. Now is the time to review The have: It put in topnotch department condlUon Snl, You'll find aU th-it iYm porUDtand i s
iee needs on
fertilizer visit our to mNY.eryiNes
your' program and completely equipped

and start making plans'
your .
tUCntlCAl 5VstIMand M
for the *CHECK 11tl
next growing season. 'z motor enecawr..tarter
TUNI INOI"IYour Battery,a be inspected ..
j. toauure should
Have had soils tested? shape now
you your should be put in Ignition system condition
of If not, ask your official agricul you performance inetmoutrue
lo. q and economical and protected q&1pjB.. -
tural adviser about such tests long.fVUICMt coating
all winter 'w tb a ,

to see how much available pot CAR_The entire rebas.is

ash they contain. lie also can Money ilotwn't. always bring should scientifically .CHICK IAtItYtATUatS
tell you how much your soilend tutpplnra. a man with ten to prevent wesr.. Drakashouldb Utedlubricated cerinC
million dollars Is "no happier should be chan if neceswYr S .
re-l\11ed :
fertilizer must supply Engine Wheel all&"
than a man with nlDe> million. in standard transmission shouldbe teat-

for the crops you intend to A man complained to'bill wife Lubricants and differential should mart should be cheCked a 4 If You Have a New

plant next year. about her weekly exp&na"Look ', ." be replaced. HydraMatleDrive need' not be corrected. Oldsmobile: on the \T'ay
at this Mustard plas- fluid

1 fsTft t .{.". va''':'!....sW;..... ,:.. "***. ''lern so wnta-three'teeth extracted changed unless necessary.t tlNlsli-A vnsb and
-.r-1 / two dollar SJM O In "LS- .react Liquid owe job
one week for your own private) CHICK coll cooling '1'011ah. or a treatment on
ph! VMiret Do you think I'm I The radiator and s -sod touch-uP $
made of money?" : r system should be. drained.Inspected. the dot sad cbr m urlQ' .. 4 ..
thoroughly car
,and belp to keep your
A farmer saw a sign that real t Hushed connectionsshould beltnO mallet
Hose 'alwayslU ;
"Ladle Ready to Wear clothe 'wherever II1a3'
tightened wcatbd
"Well." he exclaimed. "It'. V be rr' what. the \ ,

darn near time!rAnd It la r.'t.< Materials_ .. shartsgeS and unavoidable !

it'. time to make sure ductioo delays are keeping: our deli
r r Better keeP your p"
your car runs smoothly .. .behind schedule. liD
,III service 1
through the winter month. ear up with regular ,mvTORODE
Our complete) winter lubrication that style-leading new OldsmobHe;

service will Insure real 4
driving plntaurev Come In

Write us for information and literatim now. YOUR
on tk*priJ fertilization of crops
Washing Polishing


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I a NEW STARKE RESIDENTS makes clothing water-repellent. !I l makes 'garments hold. creases easier to Clean
Speedier ServiceOn r resists rain spots and Clothing to
I In a series of advertisements stay ?, '
e N sWINDOW '- Drugs, for Vets Mr. and Mrs. Kelly R. Thompson -' now running in the Telegraph it water .spots; ,keeps stains from A nominal charge. iI- l I
'making this I.
and son, Jackie are among is pointed out that'the process. penetrating fabric, gar- additional .
I Veterans under medical treatment I -
who have
the new families
r. SIGNS L.ETTKRKD SIGNS! | for service-Incurred Illness

DRAKE SI G N S 305 Church or disability may now get prescriptions moved to Bradford County during cT 2)at w 1 Frau Stu! l z

filled at their home the past few months and they .

town drug store-and the; Veterans are well pleased with their 10- 'de1Jw/11 PJ !J P loll Z SRI i t Z zpte.

Administration will pay the acre place which they purchasedfrom

For Peanut-Fed TURKEYS bill. Mr. and Mrs A. L. Crosby. ; ,, .< "'' ..
/ jy>' ) ) "'" 1 =,,},){.tf..: .
; .
; 'M'o '
Pharmacists In Florida are cooperating 'di.?' ( ; V.i < > : :
from :
The Here
Thompson came : "W Jl
!$>*5v.)'14;& &1:0 ?&;*' &lfi'J/fll"& ', '
furnish : :
for Thanksgiving: with VA to Rlttman, Ohio where Mr. Kelly P.q'h ii ,;; j(. 3i'f. '<.:i" ;; : .:. .,' I .. .
drugs prescribed by local physicians had been an employe in a paper, i.r,4HJ'i', t'>;4 .j./tr.: : 4', -;,.">'''* rr ...
In VA's hometown 4h ,," .. 'r'f: "" > "" '
participating .vef 'It. ,
23 ; 0
box for ;;
factory years. .
;:!.a; .
> jf
medical program for veterans -; "?:': 4; ei'IJit" rot-'I",,'J1. ;'''. '4-1.

See Mitch Edwards with service-connected disabilities .o/'f.r'tijf4J t.i% "'..%';/If '-cl.-j';: .' r> '>., I' '
Can BeShowerProofed ..
according to Jamea C. Garments ."" / '..,-,;,.# < *<","'. '1 *%. .
,Ift '."; ,,;I'i", !'.
Bates, VA contact representative ':# ) -
I .M.ti't/V.t:; : '. ltt ,".;t>.,;.,,,,,o$'(
Please Place All Orders at Starke. >'t"v' >>: '(: i .
Junius M. Smith owner of the t.f ,:,4(47.t:; d.'r' /.I .:, :; :\\ tA :! \
Any veteran whose Illness has : ; : ; >. .t "': .<<
{ ,-, / : -
.. .' > ''' '> / ; < j/d' Arj
wt '' <
r; ''' '{' : <
Starke Dry Cleaners &: Laundry < 'I- You find It In off
By November 22 been declared service-connected by f: : pays ways get sMISj
veteran who is announces a new service for cus I /
VA or any a' if r .'lee, now and at regular intervals, at
of our r
awaiting original adjudication of tomers-the shower-proofing "c .,,--.....,.... I1..A.m..s.r1 a.- .L;1.
his claim is eligible to obtain garments by a new process that F- .111 L

prescriptions If it Is determinedby

j R. .B.. Alvarez & Son medical VA home treatment.The that town he .Is system In need of filling of- : Relief At Last FRIDAY NOVKUnElt 15, 1916 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.i P.

prescriptions was adopted by December 16, 1940, In the above] NOTIf K
coi i T. un'nFmlUcOLrY.

Transfer & Storage Co. VA to give medical speedier service and to mdre veter-efficient For rYourCouB (: nut': .Wllliens.IT Fl.OUlIJtl Boat wick. fllAVCK1IV. Plaintiff plaintiff County named court Telegraph seeks and divorce.shall cause publish, Bradford wherein this' THAT ALL NOTICE WHOLE I: have IS HiniKBV IT ti M d: ,V m ,

ans. Formerly, VA field stations Vlvlun Wither Delmont Bostwtck, Order In next [ andy official turn In the stut ,.'
CreonraMon relieves vs.
prom Witness my Norman and will n, th,
511)4.oitDiiii \
Phone 179 sent prescriptions to the regional Defendant Can No.
causa it goes right to OF PUBLICATION; seal at Starko, :Florida! this No. of December, 11141' '.m'kj
office and it frequently took from help! loosen and emmlladen :NOTICE TO APPEAR vemher 14 1946.OFFICIAL tlon to the Count 1.lIg,.

0and five to ten days to get medicine ger phlegm, and aid nat 8TATE AND OF FLORIDA TO: ( SISAL) A. J. Thomas, Discharge ax ult:im, ,.
to soothe and heal raw tender fostwlrk, whose As Clerk of said Court. said Samuel J, N rnrnn.
We operate local and long back to the veteran the VA rep- flamed bronchial mucous me residence Wllber Delmont and address la Headquarters By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. L. L. Renfn. ., Adm,

Moving resentative said. branes.Tell your druggist to Bell; ICrlangln>: Air Force Station, T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla., \1,1
distance Anywhere in''U I New Atty. for Pit. 11.16 4t 12-8
Fees a bottle of Creomulsion with the AI'O No. 66, clo Postmaster l.v cmciiT (' .
charged by drugstores I oinr ii
demanding you must like the wa York N. Y. I'R"UFOIID C(M ti'l'l.
the State of Florida. to onDecember iv cinri'iT COURT; FI.OUIDl! I
operating under a contract be- quickly allays the cough or you\ You are required appear above COt'%TY. FLUHlUAl IN CHAN. IKHV.
In the
16, JIM6\ ,
: tween the state pharmaceutical, named court and cause, wherein CKRY.Salvatore: I Denlna Kelly, Piai ,itiff,
.. Kelly, Defendant.
Fast Careful Moving association and VA are approximately -I' back.CREOMULSlOl County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this Jean. Ciccone Clccone, Defendant.Plaintiff Case No.' I n ORDIiR; OF PUIiUrl;;'awe >
to fees AND NOTICE All
equivalent average CoUP' Chelt Colds Branch Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness 6201. TO
for prescriptions charged the gen- my hand and official
Kelly, whose
NOTICE TO APPEAR renlil-1 (r\\
seal at Starke, Florida, this November
You ,
public. are ruiinlt
B, 1941.OFFICIAL J. Thomas, Mrs. Jean Ciccone, whose reHldenoa November 25! 1316 .in
Full information about the ( HEAL) A.
UA named Court
W.C.T. AH Clerk of said Court. and address Is: 1845 52nd Street plaintiff ,seeks and>l "sus" ,
"home town drug program" may Charles R. Hess; 201 Realty BuildIng Brooklyn, New Torkt dl\orce.
Clothing County Telegraph ,,,
101'l'lf. You are required to appear on ihnll |n
BLACK PAGE ,* Jacksonville Fla., Attys.
be obtained from the local VA con- 11-15 4t 12-8 December 18, 1946, in the above Order In next four W vM
The superintendent of tl named court and cause, wherein Witness my hnui ail
tact representative whose office -J seeks divorce. Bradford seal at Starlte Fl'irMa, I
Is located In the courthouse. Biowery Mission, Nfcw Yoi IN: ciucriT COURT HIIADFOHDCOENTS' County Telegraph shall publish this tober 23, )948.OFFICIAL\ .
FL01IIUAI IV: tllAIKUY. ; :\- ( SEAL) A.
and ShoesFOR City says: "During prohit Order In next f handwandofficial As Clerk of said fourt

6 'Need for Waste Fat tion we got only the chron George F. Mate Plaintiff vs. Roma seal Witness at Starke my Florida this November H. O. Brown, starUv.. .: 11
drunks at the Bowery; tool I>. Maze. Defendant. Cane No. 6193. 'I 14, 1946.OFFICIAL.SEAL. Atty, for Pit 10-:(

Greater Now we get lawyers skilled en ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR! As( Clerk of said Court.) A. J. 'QIom.1 IN CIRCUIT COURT, D

ployees, professional me By Lucille C.
Than During WarDue Roma D. Muse. whose residence and T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla .
musicians-all kinds comma address la unknown: 11-15 4t I2iIN Juanlta Oliver Edger l'IJames
to us., There is three hundr You are required to appear on Atty. for Plf. Edward Kilmr, d
The Entire to the acute shortage of December 16, 1846 In the above : CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD1'01'V'l'S Case No. 5155ORDER .
Family meat women have been unable to percent more drunkenness tha named court and cause wherein !' FLOIUUAl IN CHAN'; OF PCB11C
Bradford AN0' "'R TO AI
before repeal. We deal wit plaintiff seeks divorce CEIIY.Edmondo.
save and turn In fats to( the extent County Telegraph shall publish this Joseph Ag-acclo! Plaintiff, STATE OF "FI/1RIIM
l OOOO to 250,000 victims < Order III next four weekly Issues.Witness ,' Defendant. Edward Eder wh .t rex l
they had during previous vs. Morena Asacclo
address Is unknown
e drink each my hand and official
months, but with the lifting of year. seal at Starke, Florida, this November .Cake No. 1103. PUBLICATIONAND C! You .are reiiulrfil, tr F
The blackest page was written ORDER OF November 25, 13 III, In '
is price ceilings fat collections S, 1948.OFFICIAL ) TO APPEAR
Every salvage NOTICE ,
day bargain dayat
named Court and ,
: into the history of Amel ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, STATE OF FLORIDA TO: auw
should those of dlvirc
surpass recent Ica when this Nation As Clerk of said Court. Morena Agacclo whose residenceand plaintiff seeks kiwtlon
months. According the Charles It. Here 1105 Realty FlilldInir Is | UKO Naziarena. of maiden 'innie
address : co
prohIbition. law. thi Jacksonville, Fla., Aty. for County Telegraph"" hall pI,
Via Lv Lucia, Oneglla Impel-In,
the * American Fat Salvage Committee act one of the greatest agen Plf. 11-16 4t HIV Italy: Order In next nqv hand lou nnl weewltnexs ,
housewives since the start of the
cles of evil was legalized b You are required appear at Starko 'Fi.'ij;;: thl: r tt194R
program four years ago have rlHCt'IT (COURT BRADFORD December 16. 1946 In the above .
the Government for. the dt COl'MTY, n.OHIDAl IV CIIAN- named court and cause, wherein (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. JAs
been responsible for the recoveryof structlon of ita own people. f..:In' plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Clerk of said. Court.::
more than five hundred million John'Thomas Hazard Plaintiff, vs. County Telegraph shall publish this ' STAR Store pounds of fat This means that -THHJ} DRY LEGION Katharine' P Hazard, Defendant. Order In next lour weekly Msuee. T. Frank Landrum StAr
September 1940. Case No. 6200.ORDER Witness my hand and official Atty. for elf, '0iv -:;
even when meat was In such short OF PUBLICATIONAND seal at Starke, Florida,' this November
continued to be
women STATE!: OF FLORIDA TO: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, cincrrr coi nr. m!
conscientious in saving waste S Katherine P! Hasnrd. whose residence As Clerk of said Court. COUNTY FI.ORII14I
fats. I.U' and address Is 155 Boston Ry Lucille C. Conner D. C. CEll: Y. .
Street Salem Mass T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Fla, Francis Jack Saxon PI i
The committee also pointed out You are, required' to appear on A'uYt tar Pit, 11-15 4t. 13-6 Maggie Ellen Saxt. I
December 1'16, ,194.1' fn the. above Case No. 5187.ORDER .
t that due to the world-wide short named court and cause wherein IN: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORDCOIMTY OF rrm.ifAND
age of fata and with no pros plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford FXOUIUtt IN CHAN NOTirr! TO .1'
County Telegraph shall. publish this CKIIY.Barbara. STATE OF FT.friIDA
pects for early Improvement In Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness Jackson Plaintiff vs. Joaeph Marine Ellen 1I"onI
the situation the need for fat my hand and offlrlal H Jackson, Defendant. Case. dance. and add'ss IK

seal at Starke, ,Florida, this No No. 6204 South. Carolina.
U than
now It ,
salvaging greater
You are remn a '"
$f TPatash has been at "any time during the e ( lli.lL)' A. war As Clerk of said Court. STATE OF FLORIDA TO: named Court find cnu"'
?Ir By Lucille C. Conner D.'C. Joseph H. Jackson whose residenceand plaintiff Leeks dlvoroe
of many greatly 'Chas It.' Hens, 804.0 Realty Hull- address la unknown.You County Telegraph" ihall P,
ding, .Jacksonville. Ii for are required to appear on Order In next four weeWitness
needed items Ifi'.ltlli
consumer- are re- PU. 1Z-6 December 16, 1946, In the above my hand an
pendent on fats. These include .. named court and cause wherein seal at Sfarke, Florida Ib
h a rmaceutlcals. automobiles 4w iv riitcviT; OoniT. IIRIDPOIIDrntNTY. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ber 8, 1916. A..I'
: County Telegraph shall publish this
TELLS ITS STORY refrigerators, washing machines tKHY.: FLOItlUll CIIA.V. Order In next four weekly lusues.witness An ri"rk of ""hI""i- "Stark,irt.
Frank Landrum
hand and off II.
floor coverings and tex O. Clarke Garvcy, Plaintiff: v. my Atty. for P'f 1\!-
seal Starke Florida this No.rOFI"ICIAI.
Laura F. Garrcy Defendant. CaseNo. be.rt .
tiles. Every pound of fat turned H20H. 14 1946
HEAL A. J. Thomas iv! THK ciuci: 'ir roinij
) ,
back to the butcher will hasten ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND FOB III ',PI '"Mil C'411 \
As Clerk of said Court.
the return of these and many APPEAR By Lucille C. Conner D. C. .n t
AFTER the crops are harvested other products.For Ixiura F. Uarvey whose residence T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla, IN Cane No 5163

and'adlreMII tat 120 YVoodalde VilluffA Atty. for Pit._ 11.16 4t 12-6 JUDY M. TOLP4LAR. aIN
of their these reasons American
and a check-up yield Stamford, Conn. BY
women are urged not to You are required to
only con- appear on EARL R. RARTO.V nn"MAROUEnl1'
': and quality is made the December II, 1946 In the abovenamed mTY. FLUIIID.\1 IV CHAV.
story tinue their efforts In salvagingand 1'here IKIIY.JoHeph '': TOLPALA
court. and wherein
:, of potash is told. Good yieldsof turning in used fat, but to Are OltSPECIA plaintiff' seeks divorce. Bradford A. Thomas, Plaintiff vs.Agnes TON his NOTICE wife, TO APPl
C. Thomas Defendant. Case
redouble them. County Telegraph shall publish this THE STATE OF FLOKI:
high quality mean that soil Order l In next four weekly (Isoues, No. ORDER 6198. OP PUBLICATION Nathan Tolpalar, B:.(1
Witness my hand and official StreetPortland
19 8. W. Jefferson
and fertilizer supplied enoughof seal. at Starke. Florida, this November AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ,' Oregon.You
Stapling machines. Scotch tape. 14 1948.OFFICIAL : herebs 't'lif
( SEAL) A. J. Agnes C. Thomas, whose residenceand are
Thomas, tiled I
this food. Petition has been
necessary plant paper punches, all types account As Clerk of laid Court. address li: Mount Pleasant Court for Hrmlfor,.

Low and I books ring binders and many .) .51 By Lucille' C, Conner D. C. South Carolina, P. O. Box No. 221: cult Florida In Chan- 'ri b>
.. yields poor quality r'r''l William D. Morgan, Fifth Floor You are required to appear on Marguerite
: other Items at the Bradford Barton and
Clark. .Kufldln- Jacksonville. Fla. December 18, 1946, In the above adoption
e' may have been due to lack of : County Telegraph. chanCe of -atlOlll ,.Attyfnr i'Jt-:','. 11-15 4C13- ''named court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford whereinplaintiff M.Rarton Tolpalnr for the and "U S

Now is the time he in top :;; I County Telegraph/ shall publish this commanded to appear In
potash. to re'view and have it put iud .. ('III""I'rt nit \ FORD Order In next four weekly Inane on Thursday the 3th d
visit our service ('01 \I.r.. FLOHUI\I IV CIIANF.IIV. Witness ember, A. D. I'M*) ,
fertilizer lot my officialseal
( cal
your program eqUIP! ( cause If any, whY
t completely at Starkt Florida, this November .
Vlulet Hull Quinn Plaintiff, vs. 13 U48.fOFFICIAL should not be granted.
and, start making plans James J. hand a'
'. your rtr4 aervue Quinn, Defendant. Case SEAA. J. Thomas, WITNESS my Fl
No. 5206. As Clerk of said Court at Slnrk
said Court.
for the next growing season. ORDER OF PUBLICATION John W Muskoff, HOIS Graham 4th day of November A. I
INGlNI'YOnou1d AND NOTICE) TO APPEAR A. J. Thomas ''Iorh
4,1' Building Jacksonville
e Have you had your soils tested? v'lE .1\JNI be put in aha STATE: OF' FLORIDA TO: for Pit. ,11-15 Fla., 4t Attys.12- Court Con
e Mr. Jamea J. Quinn whose resllWe By Lucille C

not, ask your official agricultural ...ure you or quick. < la: 618 Balnbrldge Street IV CIRCUIT COCRT. nRAItFOHD Carlton.and Brown Autt
d ecorwlatce.nee 'ilpooklyn; .New York. OI''TY' FLOItllttl! CHAMCKRY. : Petitioners.iv .
i and -
adviser about such tests 1 jog You ar. required to appear on : -
all winter long DocomlMT, 1946 In the abovenamed Ethel Brncknell Rogers, Plaintiff .('.n't'IT coinr. ni

to see how much available pot. aa.? court seeks and cau.er wherein VH, Joseph H. Rogers, Defendant. COt HTY. FI.OIIIIMI I
CAaGasps. plaintiff divorce. Bradford Case No 6196.ORDER CItnY.

ash they contain. lie also can Money doesn't always bring .Luaalc.1 County ftt..Bext Telegraph shall publish this OP PUBLICATION Vogle.Defendant fI
should be 1'lubrtcated Order four weekly Issuea. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I Louise Fogle,

fell how much soil ImpplnvK. a man with ten to prl Seal AVItiivns' my hand and official STATE OF FLORIDA TO: I "*,
you at' Atarke. Florida
your this Novemh..r Joseph ORDER PCBWCAND
'" H. Rogers, whose residenceand OF
million dollars Is
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shouldLubricant. address: U NOTICE TO AP
and fertilizer oil 62 Helm Ave.
: must supply than a man with nine million.A Engine OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas Naval Base South Car. STATE OF FLORIDA t''.'
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ill..tAt raid Court ollnav ... ''
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for<< t'1 V send dilfet Bjr I.u..1He- C. Conner, D. C. ,. You are ,,. 'addressF151 l ,toe Mno.rheSilver .
man complained to his wife .t- minion T. Frank Ijtndrum Starke Fie appear/on Marvlonrt.
Monday, December,
1-1 Seth 1 4V In
plant next year. about her weekly expenses be reptacad. Atty. for, Pit. 11.16 4t ',2-. the above named court and cause You are required '0".

Look at thin I Mustard pIuI Drive fluid 11 iniicriT COVRT. BRADFORD Bradford wherein. plaintiff seeks divorce. December 9. and 194'1' I'I"' ''I'.

J ){_'J.AN'io"aiJr !" ")! I ten. 50 crnts-thrre' teeth extracted changed hider 1 1CNtCK ('01 \'.FLORIDA' IN CHANCKHY. publish this County Order Telegraph In n.xt'feur shall plaintiff named Court aeeka til- ,- .
,, two dollars. '2.50 Inc Francesca Blnotto Betta, Plain weekly Issue County Telegraphh"" PJ

>ne week for your own private Coo ass Case tiff. ,vii.No. Cantlllo 6208ORDER Betta, Defendant. at Starke. Florida, thIs official gth day teal of Order Witness In next my foul ban.a.*:and thl

pfcsumrel Do you think I'm Thersmyst OF PUBLICATION November 1944. seal at Starke. J-lorld
made 01'money"" shouW ANn NOTICE TO (OFFICIAL SEAL. ) A*,J. Thomas I,
APPEAR "JiJx'1.t AAa
m As Clerk of said Court, ( SEAL
flushed out am Camllln Ketta, whose TO: By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. Clerk of said Court.p
A farmer saw a sign that read residence and John J. ('
)lOUt address Is unknown: Henderson. Esq.: St. Augustine By Kuskipper Jacksonvli II'
"Ladlra Ready to Wear' clothe" r sp06ted. You are required to appear on Fla., Att)". for Plf. J. U.
t: Plf.r .
be 11-15 4t 11-6 Atty. for
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