Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Drilling Crew Completes Derrick Starke National Guard Pictured at Activation i i

; War Department Aerial Map Project (i

''hq r' Begin 'Spudding- In' Friday ( Establishes Headquarters In StarkeTwo f

The Tidewater oil-drilling pro-.I Funeral Tuesday A War Department project to ;
J on the M. F. Wiggins prop- Starke Women furnish aerial photographs andground

rneiu, New River, was well For Mrs. Wainwright control data, to bn u.4e.tby I
hr wa\ thIs week, with mem- Starke Florist Qualify for ServiceIn the Army Map Service In con

n, 0)) !!ht crew completing con- Vet Hospitals noctlon with the Bland Ing Installation -

; ton! '>f the foundation grade, Mrs. Mary Onie Wainwright began here this week with

ijub-structure\ for the 110-foot 72, wife of N. D. Wainwrlght Following completion of the the arrival of H. M, White, chiefof

lick, and the assembly of the Sr., former Bradford( County tax Red Cross tray Lady" courso at tho White Surveys, of Rock-

"ck 'taelfOperations. I, assessor and legislator, died at the Lake City Veterans hospital, I vllle, Maryland

are being aupcr- her home In Starke Sunday afternoon Mrs. Louise Tenley and Mrs Nellie White has a contract with the

Jd by' E W. Childers, petro- following and Illness of several Earle Llenhnnt received diplomas I department to provide aerial

. n engineer: and ,Noble Hall, I weeks. Monday qimllfylng them for photography and complete surveys -

I work Is described In oilj Born In Bradford authorized service among the to determine latitude longitude <

Jargon as duties of "tool August 1, 1874, Mrs County on patients. The ladles, who shared and elevations at specific
i4i atudy courses with eleven candidates -
sher. moved to Starke with her points. A maximum crew of 30 I
par- from Columbia County, will be required In work scheduled
Sliders reported that; theTrtural ents, the late David Levy and
will for the present once
serve for completion by June 30th
steel derrick was rals- Rebecca
Mary Bowden Alvarez
a week at the hospital. 1947. Final will be made In 1
Wed- in maps
Tuesday, pits were dug 1882. She was married on !
diy and that the crew should April 30, 1891 and Is survived by t ,, A larger number of Bradford Washington.One I

'pudding In." (I.e.. start dril- her husband; four sons, W M i ,roe volunteer workers. are expected to of 30 similar projects 1

4)) some time today (Friday). Wainwright, auditor for the State e enlist In the "Gray Lady" courseto authorised throughout the nation ;::
be offered In January. Five the survey Is the only ono of its
Road Department
water will ,
Tallahassee N
!1 hI projects classes will afford ten hours' of kind approved for Florida. t,
D. Bradford
obtained from New River. Jr.,
special training.! White stated that the area i'i'to '
Sdfrs said that supplies are representative In the
be mappod consisted of a strip j
In by truck from State Legislature, E. J. Wain-
4 shipped Starke Girl Writes 17 mile wide, extending from
nous locations,.Tallahassee was wright, and J. R. Wainwright, all
three miles
west of Samp on City
as the nearest source of of Starke; one daughter Mrs. D. An Open Letter to ten miles past of Green Cove I'

g mud. The majority of T.Mrs.Clark Annie, Miami Frazee; and two and sinters Mrs, I, Pictured above are members of the newly activated Headquarters Company 2nd Bn, 124th Infan- To Great Britain Spring. and Intersecting a strip

0,fittings and connections are Eunice try, and vlmtlng officers to attend the formal activation ceremonies held In the armory here Tuesday, 15 miles In width( from four
oilfields in Louis- Canova, both of Starke. ;
nred from 'j Nov 18. Seated (left to right) Capt. Emory P. Butler, Battalion S-3; Capt. Tho A, Hackney, Battalion (Editor's note: The followingopen miles north of the Duval County

and other materials are reid Mrs. Walnwrlght was a mem- 1 S-2; Lt Col. R. G. White, assistant adjutant general Lt. Col. John 11. Walker, regular army, letter to the people of Great line to the upper boundary of
York, Alabama. ber of the Methodist Church took
from I Britain was written the Ocala: Forest JI
representing Inspector General department:' Lt. Col. Robt B. Harkness, Battalion commander; Capt. by 12yearold -
OJlders has estimated six an active part In civic affairs, ) Julia Klean Lawson, seventh The project's
R. G. Kldd, company commander and battalion adjutant. Standing (left to right) S. Sgt. Wm. C. specially-adapted(
and for
ki as the time required forJug many years carried on a grade daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Stlnson cabin plane, based at De-
Rhoden, S. Sgt. T C. Hazen, Jr., Sgt. J. T. Kirkland S. Sgt. A. L. Jr., Merrill Ed-
to the maximum depth of florist business at her home, this I ; Crosby Corp. H. A. Lawson of Stark after she land, will be equipped. with a
A feet The oil well Is the activity growing out of her hob wards, Sgt Robt. W Drake, Pvt. Kirby Swindell, Sgt. John H. Grlffls, Pvt Robt. F. Beahler, Pvt. heard over the radio that Eng- K-17H OxO-lnch Fairchild 'camera.

( erected la Florida by themater by of cultivating flowers. She Theodore Goodge.Dyer land plans to I borrow $1,600.000 to First members of tho crew will

Oil Company, of Hous- was a charter member and presi construct a monument to the late arrive next week, White said,

t, Texas. dent for several terms of the I Franklin D. lloiwevelt. While her Headquarters of the survey will

drilling operations are proting United Daughters of the Confed- Ends 20 Years In County Agent Work article does not necessarily reflect be situated In the Brown building,

at a location in a leasedacre eracy; was the first president of ; south of the postofflce in the
the Starke Woman's Club, and tion. space formerly occupied by the
bloc, northwest of the
m of New River. also served as chairman of the Will Be Succeeded By McClane MondayAfter turity and serious thinking for a Smart Shoppe .

Bradford County Red Cross Chap- school girl of her age)

ter for several years. She was also devoting 20 years to cules Powder Company to the rather than fertilizer and there'|s Frank E. Wilson

n. F. A. Canova, a member of the Eastern Star, County Agent work in north county to salvage stumps and no solution for the problem insight Starke, Nov 14. 1946

tHve Starke the American Legion Auxiliary, Florida, L. T Dyer this week clear grazing lands. Dyer be- For this reason it U all To the people of Great Britain: Draws SentenceOf

an officer in the State Federation turns to new duties as Veterans' lieves the I Hercules operation in the more Important that farmers I heard pver the radio tonight i Five Years j
i i In Gainesville i of Woman's Clubs and State vocational agriculture instructor the county augers well for the build up their soil with cover that your' people' were borrowing :

% Democratic Committeewoman of la Union County. He will be future ,of the Bradford cattle In- crop*--such as cowpeas, beggar (1,600,000, to .make a monument. Frank E. Wilson Jacksonville i

IT. V, Allen. Canovathe for- Bradford County. She was the succeeded by !T., K. McClane, Jr., dustry. "Approximately 800 acres weed and crotalarla for the summer of our lat president real estate ,la dealer and former

MIN l EUa Mae' LonJT, daughf first woman 'quall! ln&. to, vote recently state supervisor soil will .be, planted Iq..,gr.a esand i a.n11111Ue.Jupin., or oats .for We would. o)>preciat, It very resident aIe.,-'WU'sentenced
f(Judge/ ,if Tr5 j-A.V.: O o* in thi x iu.ryv. -;->, '. "*. conservation' at Gainesville. > clover next year, and within the the wlntei/fc t much! but that'It not the'' thing. Monday to five years' in the State

QuietvUIw Ued'Mottday: In aimlUe Funeral services, were ''held at Agent here during h e war next few seasons there should be Dyer feel the Bradford's farmers What we are trying to get, at is Penitentiary following his recent

hospital following an 3 o'clock Tuesday: afternoon in years, and prior to that head of thousands of .acres of Improved! did an excellent job of food that Europeans are starving. conviction on e m bel clement

m at several month' the First Methodist Church with extension service work In Lake pasturage, leaving the county production during the war, par Franklin Roosevelt wa not a charge Sentence was passed by

ftnral\ services were conduct- the Rev. W. J. Churchwelt offici- Butler for 15 years, Mr. Dyer has wide open for the developmentof ticularly considering the handicaps god< ; he was only a-common manlike Criminal Court Judge BXlwln L. .

\Vedhasday afternoon from the ating. Interment was In Crosby followed a career In agriculture fine cattle farming," he states of labor scarcity, rationing, us. lie would not like It If Jones after. he had denied the de t

itPiubyterlan Church. Gatnes- Lake Cemetery under the direc- which began with his graduationfrom The office promoted the cooperative and shortage The county' agriculture you spent all that money on a fendant' motion for a new trial

With the Rev. Dr. U. S. tion of DeWitt C. Jones the University of Auburn in pecan tales at the State I* reported a* makinga monument. I believe h* would S Wilson left Stark more than '

in, pastor, officiating; Active pall bearers were W H. 1923. He came to Florida from Farmers Market which broughtthe definite and rapid oomeback rather help the starving people a year ago to make his home In '

In.Canova prominent Galnespnsldent Graham, L. A. Canova. D. A. Alabama after having served for grower better price culminating from wartime condition The thin God an would Innocent bless old the monumenU of Jacksonville. lie was not engaged "

and, civic club leader, Monteith, Capt. Ralph Rhodes, P. eight years as school principal in in the recent season that acreage of strawberries, ha expects Britain If people I In the real estate business II

fbwn In Starke, July 4, 1902. C. Canova, and R. G. Kldd. Jefferson County of that state, proved one of the best on record.It will be tripled.In starving.We .more ;you helped' the : while here, but came to Starke

k IIU graduated from Palatka and two years as vocational agriculture saw the organisation of the leaving, the County Agent during the early days of Camp
the of
people United
School and attended Florida : teacher In and near Bir Farm Bureau, and a great Increase said yesterday. "I personallyhave Blending as a salesman for Bon
li College for Women. She wasted Teaching Methods mingham. He accepted the position in the activity and mem- enjoyed very much servingIn States from are starvation.working to save Eu- Art Studios, who operated a

from tie Riverside Roai \: I Are Demonstrated of Bradford's county agentIn bership of the 4-H Club. this county. I've made many rope We are branch here during the war years.
trying much and
very ( we would
Training School for Nurses I Meeting ,I 1941. During this time he con- As he leave, Mr. Dyer believes friends while working directly like help. We need! help. We The following account In taken
( Krved for some time as a At County tinued to reside at his home in that perhaps the greatest prob- with farmer'and other for five would appreciate from Tuesday's issue cf the 'i

lor 1 of Riverside Hospital. from the P. K. Lake Butler with his. wife, for lem now confronting the farmeris years, and' shall remember their I very much. your cooperation Florida Times-Union I

ft:* Canova was president' of Yonge Specialists Laboratory School in merly :Miss Leola Reaves, of the 'shortage of commercial many favor." We are working toward a peace During the day a new informa-

villa ..Junior Welfare Gainesville were present at the I Clayton. Ala., and his 11-year-old fertilizer, and of fertilizer containing Mr. McClane will take over the ful world. We don't want any tion was filed against Wllaon by
son, Fred. Another lIOn Jack, a the preferred organic materials duties of the office Wayne B.
>, tea Chairman of the monthly meeting of the Bradford on Monday. more wars. Rlptcy, county solicitor,
transport pilot In the Pacific, was The retiring agent attributed He will local friendships charting him
nrnittve at Inauguratan'lraband County Teachers Association held renew many This ill just to remind you that with obtaining
Pre-Natal at BHS Friday afternoon of last killed in the recent war. the situation in the mainto having served here a* we want help, we need help, from money by false pretenses, em-

a Zia,Js a past regent week and demonstrated proper During :Mr. Dyer's tenure In the lack of cottonseed meal. county agent from 1937 to 1941. Britain. besslement and issuing a worthies

+tc4 i ter, Daughters practices. Starke the county agent's office "Because of the preference for During the war he was a lieu Yours truly, check, Wilson pleaded not \

> Amt-rftf n Revolution, teaching Mrs Muriel Norman, principalof has made many contributions. of nylons and similar products," he tenant-colonel In the Field Ar- Julia Elean Lawson. guilty In the new case yesterday,

f olJJH. *i twentieth Century Heilbronn school and president j Importance to farming In Brad- said, "the farmer finds a much tillery In the Pacific, and since and It was continued for the present

C' t of the Galneaulj of the association, presided over | ford. Dyer's work long encouraged smaller demand for fiber, with discharge has been with the Scout Districts term of Criminal Court.

lIe ,' and held office brief business session which I Improved pasturage here, the result that cotton productionhas Florida Extension Service. He The defendant Is president of ';

4, .ate Pharmaceu- the the meeting at 1:30: and is acknowledged as being a dropped to about half. Cottonseed hold a BS degree from the Are ConsolidatedConsolidation the Frank E Wilson Company !r 1y!
] opened the Her- meat la going Into feed University of Florida. Inc. 106
ttl L During World major factor In bringing Clay Street, which last.
( o'clock. I I of the New River
} OS it a class in Red Dividing Into three groups, primary and Suwannee River District of Wednesday wa forbidden to r"

4' >r jce. and high school, Rites Mrs. E. J. maintain or operate a real estate
aova survived her elementary attenta- A CorrectionJ. SaturdayFor Wainwright the Day Scouts Into the New brokerage office here under the ,4
the Bradford teachers I Suwannee District hall been ef-
too\ i laughters, Miss lively observed the demonstra- L. (Sam) Anderson was erroneously F. B. RobinsonFrank Mrs. Lavllla Wainwright, 35/ fected. At the meeting held In issued term. of In .a temporary Injunction !t'
11$ C Jva Circuit Court. The In- .
and Carolyn M'ss' Ruth Peeler demonstrated I died Thursday, Nov 21, at her Lake ,
'II : tents, and tlons. method designated as "superlnt..ndent" B. Robinson, 82, died City Monday, Nov. 25th the junction was sought by the Florida -

.,'at: Gainesville Judge proper reading actually I appointee of the City Thursday, Nov. 21, at hIlt home home at Klngnley Lake. She nominating committee gave Its Real Estate Commission
; one by
for the primary group report of officer for the District
Jrcua reading. and Water Plant In the account near Heilbronn Spring He was born In Macclenny March 9, The temporary Injunction waslacued
Conant of teaching a class In Light wasp, Advisory Council. Included, In the 11
one brother, Mrs Grace Stephens illustratedthe last week of the City Coun- a retired farmer and had lived In 1911. eommlttee' recommendation on the basis of a bill of If.

:q.1.t jig of New York.Jd manner of Introducing a claw cil meeting It Is stated that the Bradford County for the past 30 I' In addition to her husband R. were J. R. Kite, Member-at-Large complaint Betting forth three Instances i

to social studies with an actual arrangement will call years. He was a member of the J, WainwrIght. she Is survived by and J. If. DuPre, District Vice- In which the company or
elementary '' proposed two Mr. Leo Dorowlnh ltd president allegedly engaged In :,
the deters
PU'fose Chairman.
.ins class of children( I as foreman of In- Baptist Church. Attending the meetIng ,
in this for Anderson of Miami and Mr*. Roy McKlo- practice "detrimental to the Interests
teachers participated Survivors include two sons, N. from Starke were T. II. On-
[Thanksgivingat demonstration. The high schoolteachers '' side operations of the plant and J. and Clyde Robinson both of ney of Starke, and one brother, borne), District C'ommUiilonar! and of the public" and pointedto ,a

at participated In a discus-j' the continuation of Joe Martinezas Starke, and three daughters, Mr*. Llndsey Rowe of Miami. Assistant District Commissioner the fact that neither the company I f.
Rotary nor its official "are not
lion of "Meeting Problems of foreman of outside work. An- M. Rhoden, Starke Mrs. U. L. Funeral service were held Sat and J. R. .Kite. I'
and have not been registered with
clever Thanksgiving playlet Youth in High School" conducted !I derson's acceptance of the post is Kite, Hetlbronn Springs, and Mr. urday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Real KtaU Commission a*

"FIve Grains of Corn"Wednesday by Dr. Clara Olson. expected early in December. C. C. Melvin Brooker. the Starke Methodist Church Sugar Office OpensIn real estate brokers or real estate ,
illented at tIt The 65 Bradford teachers pres- Members of the committee Funeral services were held Sat with the Rev. W. J. Churchwell salesmen "
as required.
meeting o" the Rotary a social hour of Informal designated to inquire .to thepublic's urday afternoon at 2 o'clock in officiating Interment was In JacksonvilleWith 14

b member of the Junior discus-lons and refresh- I opinion regarding the Dyal Cemetery with the Wilson Woodlawn Cemetery, Macclenny. 4''
the abolishment December
ent of the BapUat Sun- ment of tea, coffee and cakes In I City's taxicab issue are listed asP Funeral Horn, Lake City, In under the direction of DeWitt C. 'Global Geography'Offered
Smith and lit of the OPA district office -
A" J.
"1. Stressing the economics room. L. Bridges charge. Jones.Thanksgiving Here In
origin- Edward. Clayton Strick- the efficiency of the sugar
of Thanksgiving; as con- Schools in the county were W M. chief applicant for rationing setup will require Extension Course
eI in a
the Pilgrim fathers, the missed Friday afternoon dls-I land was concerningthe lishment of a Sugar
..U be present > permit In a discussion e.tab-I
presented under the that teachers could of taxis required to fice In Jacksonville, It has Mr. T If Osborne, Supervisor

dent of the Junior De- will be held In January. I provide The Council held that Service District Director W W Arrow- an extension course la

Starke operations of smith stated that the majority of "Olobal Geography", to be conducted -
toting part were Delano New Manager I for the company will be applications will continue to be I by lit. S. Deltrlch. head
Iary Ella Turner.! Jo the | mailed direct to the Regional Issuing i>t the Department of Geography
James Davis, Sylvia At A & P Store adequate. Starke Methodist Church Center In Atlanta. Consumers Unlvemlty of Florida.

sad Gwendolyn New-' formerly of I desiring sugar ration The course will connlat of 12
IT W Stephens, name(1manaaer | Fire Truck Called book. replacement books and I two-hour clMMMi, credit three .
K! JacksOnvUle has been or ration semester' hour. The first class
1&jounced: at this meettarke & P Store replacing -i calledto I furlough temporary
k Is trailing Lake of the White.A An employes The fire department was Call and Thursday, Nov. 27 10 A. M. may make their requests at the meeting will b* held Tuesday,
tae attendance contest James the Guidon new branch 317 Main street. Upon Dec. 3rd. 7.00: P. if. In "B"
ta. sued between these with the c mesasfr, Court Streets, shortly after 8:30 1 their completion the appllcaI building of Bra/lford High School.In .
IW when
:V&rJ Clubs. Attendance seven years, S pre-I o'clock Wednesday morning smoke I tlons will then be mailed to the view of the present "global"

for vlously assistant manager .cafe employes observed Regional Sugar Issuance Center, trend of thought the Ucturca,
.. october
:: were: In Jackson- locate italource. Public Invited
1"99.08, Beaver street grocery and were unable to I 23 Falrlle Street Atlanta 3. Ga. promise Interesting Information
parka '
91. 6. It here j jWith
Ins vine; Be will make hIs home Firemen, investigating Application forma will be avallI A* the classes are open to the
bk5 e.q lose U.C0VI.kcity. his wife and YOllnl IOn. to .discovered a short circuit 111 the I I able at the Jacksonville office as general public a* well a* teachers I

'III ,'911 ht December, has been truferred wiring of an electric potato l I a convenience j a large enrollment I* expected,
** t Ceora. I
.Club>>mem at attarke theWAl& P Store In CaIro, !peeler. I I I.

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. . e e e been recent visitors to Gaines- . e . I and H. C. Harley ara on the ballet Wayne vUe! N -c ---

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ville. to be elected to the three of Mm. Louis i?. w
LAWTEYBy vacancies which will
HamptonBy Misses Marlene and Mary! two-year occur ternoon.
Established. 1817E. Elizabeth Underwood were visitors on the City Council January Miss Idell
Mm. M. C. Sweeney The School Durban
:. L. Matthews _____ Editor and Owner to Jacksonville Saturday.M. e. e e e. SS e 1. Saturday and Sunday(, spell
e . e . vale! In
L. Watterson and daughter, F"ICIALSTTENU LE.UJOE as the guest ot
PuMlBhed Weekly on Fridays and Entered M Second ClaN Matter BOX SUPPER PLANNEDA Mrs. Dorothy Eiland, were on a SINGING CONVENTION Mayor O. J. Phillip' 'and Coun- Mrs. Annie Curly.
at the rout Office at Starke, Florida. box'supper sponsored by the business trip to Fort Myers and The Bradford County Singing cilman H. C. Kelly attended the s
4-H Club and the Playtime Club, Miami last week. Convention met In the Methodist Florida League of Municipalities Roomy metal waste:
will be held Tuesday, Dec. 3, at Bob Harley and friend, Mr. Church Sunday afternoon bring convention held In Miami this $L2S at the TEL
and Labor. 7:30: p. m. in the Recreation Hall. Mount, of Dorchester, S. C. were ing singers from Bradford's week. Strong, .turdy, attr ('u'j
Lewis All Interested In a good time are guests the first of the week of neighboring counties to make the
urged to attend.COMMUNITY Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth, songfest a notable success. Miss Elizabeth Padgett of Jack
The important thing in the current coal crisis is Sr. Outstanding features of the sonville was in Lawtey last week.

what's going to happen, not to John L. Lewis, but the The Community SUPPER at the Hampton residents who have program were selections by the end at 'the guest of Miss Joyce
sizeable group of organized wage-earners known collec- school will be held Supper on Friday. been ,recent patients in the Ala- Southland Harmony Quartet and Bennett. P
tively as Labor. With labor are those whose interests Dec. 6, beginning the first serving chua County Hospital are Mrs. the Gainesville Quartet, both J. W. Hall of Jacksonville.
incidental by John L.-the C. L. May, Mrs. R. L. Brown andJ. from'Gainesville, and the former the guest of Mr. and :Mrs. L. H.
ate apparently regarded as at 5:30: p. m. Hot chicken
B. Wright.Mrs. well known to radio station Futch last week.
vast numbers of unorganized workers, the businessmen, pilau salad, homemade pie, etc.
Ida Maxwell is spending and the
WRUF listeners,
young S. E. of Starke
Sparks attended
will be sale. A miniature
of whose wel- on
the consumers
the farmers great
army several weeks with relatives in from Hawthorne.Mr. .
people's the
church at
bazaar of fancy work, on displayand Baptist church
fare is dependent the machinery of industrial re
upon for sale by the 7th and 8th Savannah, Ga. and Quincy. Denny of Gainesville was here Sunday night.
adjustment.That Cyril Pickren of Gainesville featured in solo.
Grade students, should appeal to a Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong of
to the spent Sunday here with Bert The crowd enjoyed -
machinery, set in motion according last-minute Christmas shoppers.The large present Starke were visitors to Lawtey
new program that followed the abandonment of OPA, PTA sponsors the supper Hlnson, Jr. and Bruce Maxwell. the meeting. Monday.Mr. '

is now being treated very roughly indeed, and would and a most cordial Invitation to guest Miss last Gladys week Hicks of Miss was Merle the UNION SERVICE and Mrs. Hal Edwards and

soon be stalled if the coal strike continued.The all la extended. Raley of Theressa.A. Sunday night the churches of BIllie Edwards of Kingsley Lake Expert

labor movement as a whole, whose numbersare Religious films-will be shownat G. Pope of Gadsden, Ala. Is Lawtey met with the First Baptist were attending services at the L...
considerably more far-reaching than those "pro- the Methodist Church on Fri- visiting his family this week. congregation for a union ser Methodist church Sunday morn- RepairWhether

tected" by the UMW, has troubles enough with the approach day evening, Dec. 13. t Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and daughter vice. The evening message was Ing.Mrs.
of a Republican Congress. There was every Mrs. George Williams, were brought by the Rev. E. B. Boyerof Rosalie McLeod and chil- it's a major
LADIES COUNCIL MEETS!!! shopping in Jacksonville recently. Tampa, a former pastor of the dren were visiting relatives and thou or the mere Ugh
that Lewis' chief rival the C.I.O. planned in its
sign The November meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. Starling of Gra- local Baptist church. The themeof friends in Suwannee and Madison a bolt you can be 1\
recent convention to adopt a moderate and even con- Ladles Council of the Christian ham moved last week to Hamp- the sermon was "What Are counties last weekend. bicycle will receive pr
ciliatory policy in an effort to forestall drastic legisla- Church met with Mr*. W. H. Grif- ton Lake. You Doing With' Christ T" The Rev. E. B. Boycr of Tampawas careful attention here j jBIGGS
tioNow John L., bull amidst an amount of very deli- fin at her home on Wednesday, Mrs. L. D. Eiland returnedlast the guest of his soninlawand !
cate diplomatic china, barges in with apparently the almost Nov. 20. A Thanksgiving pro- week from a visit with her CITY ELKCTIQN; daughter Mr. and Mrs. Fred & BA
inconceivable motive of baiting the governmentinto gram was carried out, and a most son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Tuesday of next week, Decem- Moore, last Sunday. While here
passing laws which may very well prove to be anti- enjoyable time was had. Duringthe Mrs. O. L. Bedenbaugh of Deland. ber 3, the electors of Lawtey he conducted the Sunday servicesat I BICYCLE STO(
treek to tha polls at City Hall to
social period Mrs. Griffin assisted -
labor. Sunday of last week Mr. and the Bapitst church. : 1X3 W. Call
elect Marshall. su
by her niece, Mrs. Thorn- Mrs. W. H. Smith and family, a Mayor City Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of Starke
Lewis as he be objectively' viewed in the Clerk, and three Adermen.! The
may ton Johns, served pimento cheese Mrs.. J. T. Guy, and Peggy Hln and Mrs. James Killian of
South, seems only to be playing into the hands of reactionary sandwiches, nut cake, fruit cake son attended services at the only race containing oppositionis .
Republicans. ,Further, if there is a recession, and hot chocolate. Methodist Church in Waldo. that for Mayor, where D. B.Thomas .
this stoppage or strike or whatever they choose to is seeking to unseat In- REFINEMENTin
S e cumbent Mayor O. Phillips,
call it will be considered factor
a major contributing
Sincerest sympathy of our who is for reelection.
running detail In
every necessary a Service
to which enemies of labor may point as they chastize town la extended to Mr. and Mrs. Pine Level Tracy E. Hayes, incumbent, is
and decry the wage-earners' gains of the past 15 years. John H. Parker on the sudden the only candidate for Marshal; available locally and widely known

Labor owes its progress, ,not to John L., but to death of their eldest son, Clyde By Mrs. II. M. McRae City Clerk Louis H. Hill is the for its modest co s t. its wholesome

Franklin D. Roosevelt. The process of condemning who was killed in an automobile . . . only candidate for that office; courtesy and always tactful sympathy.
Lewis, who most absurdly was anti-Roosevelt, is be- accident at his home in Homestead Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrlck and O. J. Anders, L. H. Futch
coming increasingly wearisome through the years. But last Saturday. On receiv- Mrs. Susie McDanlel and Miss
the time is'so crucial, so vital to all interested in the ing word Sunday of the tragedy, Mary Lou Alvarez left Wednes- :
Mr. and Mrs. Parker and their DONUTS ROLLS
well-rounded success of the profit system, that the ma- son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and day for Orlando to attend the DEWITT C. JONES
jority of citizens must rise to condemn him again-not Mrs Onard Parker, and Mr. and wedding at Lockwood Church of PIES & CAKES -.* .
impulsively, but considerately, that we may inquire as Mrs. Carl Brown left for Home Bishop M. Myrick and Miss Mar- None are better AMBULANCE SERVICE
.to what ails him, and what might possibly be done a- stead. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. Funeral 'Director
tha Sweat, both of Orlando. thanLappe '
bout him.
ORDINATION SERVICES Mr. and Mrs. Grady Nettles of PHONE 7
What is his objective? It might be that he
con- Services ordlnatlng Wilbert A. and Mrs. J. E. Starling last week.
siders the UMW in the vanguard of the cause of all Hall, a Baptist minister of the Dinner guests of Mm. Alma Bakerymakes Our local funeral home enables) us to

unions, and that in making himself liable to court action Coupe!, were held Sunday after- Starling Sunday were Mr. and offer conveniences and services not
he will thus dramatize labor's plight as it standsin noon at 2:30: o'clock In the First Mrs Jesse Altman and familyof otherwise available.We .
danger of retrogressive Republican law-making. It Baptist Church. Those from out- Raiford, Mrs Jewel Barlowof (
may even be that he fondly hoped to be sent to jail, on of-town assisting the Impres- Starke, Miss Betty Addison CAKES MADE TO ORDER furnish the highest type service at the lowest priJ
the prospect that the public would feel sorry for the sive service were W. A. Scott and brother of Vanderbilt. accept ANY life Insurance, policy in force Issued by AMIpaoy
coal-mln, who figuratively would go to the lockup L. G. Hemingway, S. E. Sparks Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall were as payment In part or In full on a funeral Conaj
with him. all of Starke G. E. Cutshaw of dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. carries no obligation.,
Baldwin and the Rev. Mr. Hicksof Russell Carter at Hellbronn CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
If so, he is wrong on a number of counts. In the Waldo. Springs Sunday.
first place, the public is not given to such lengths of Remember Thanksgiving serviced
sympathy. Secondly, the UMW is not in the vanguardof Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Henry at the church at 6 o'clock '

labot;,tof when Lewis staged his wartime strike he E. Ernstmeyer of Corder, Thursday evening.CONSTIPATION. i }ii7iY
will'be Interested
Mo. to learn of
alienated about 13 million soldiers, the families of those
the birth of their second -
soldiers and many others. Leadership, must have the ; with book.
Wilma Hart oh Sunday, Nov.
support of at l least a good share of the public to be ef- 10. Mr. and Mrs. Emstmeyer Risky In r .a good ..

ffiCUve.: The UMW cannot gain such leadership with were located In Hampton for -
more crippling strikes. some time during the war years. BAD COLDSRetained ,
Nor does the cause of labor need dramatization. Mr. and Mrs. A. Olsen of Tor- : undigested food becomes 1'tw'

There is no longer a question with the majority as to rlngton, Conn. arrived recently to overload putrefactive the,liver causes and toxins other vital, which organs 4
the fundamental interests of labor-its desire to main spend several months at their of the body, lessening your resistance -
tain a high common standard 'of living for the wage- winter home here. and Interfering to colds with and their other treatment.'winter ills

earner. The public will listen with respect to the union Mrs. Lizzie Simmons and Misers Why take this chance when you can ;
man's contention that industry's overall profits can Bonita and Christine Walter- take Calotabs? Calotabs thoroughlyyet
pleasantly act on every of
absorb expenditures for wages which he demands to son of Chase City, Va. are visiting :your Intestines, sweeping out toxin-
give him his desired purchasing power. relatives here. laden putrefactive foods and virus- Tom'''
Mrs. Bertha Rowell of Marlon, laden mucus enabling you to more EEAAA.N
What the public as a whole does resent in organized } effectively avoid or tight a cold.Noth- PHARMACIST
I, labor today are the extremes ,of dictatorial leader- S. C. Is 'the guest of her sister ing acts like good old Calotabs.Use as
Mrs. L. A. Wynn. She Is also directed 100 and 2So at all druggists.Take'CALOTABS! .
) ship and the stigma of communism visiting her cousin, Mrs. Lacy Phone 64 STARKE

s' Rather than accomplishing very much of anything Wynn. On-the-Minit Service ,C pr..,.,, ,,M Nb.,.,CMYCA.an. Nwfa,e.r.r.C .
v Lewis has, in fact, become the fly in labor's soup Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Priester of
: -the nemesis of Phil Murray and others who, accordIng Macclenny and Mr. and Mrs. E. -" ,"- '"" '.

1, to the signs, hope for peace and labor diplomacy' L. Kelly of New River were Sun "
,, that might, for a change, remain effective. day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
: In the recent C.I.O. convention Murray denounced Adkini and family.T. .
communist influence in labor. William Green had doneso O. Wiggins of Waycross/ I
Ga. has been
a guest of
previously. That such a thing should have been his brother, H. B. Wiggins. Happy holiday .
done long ago seems to have been apparent to almost Mrs. W. A. Hall ,recently visited e / T
: everyone but the union chiefs themselves. How labor her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
became so involved with the communists should best W. E.' Hall in Tallahassee.

be explained only by the union men, but it might be Russell Dyal spent last week have a Coke
" that the leaders, early in their zeal for the "common visiting In Miami and other So.

" man," accepted communists who professed themselves Florida points. -
Mrs. T. C. Chastain, Mrs. 1
concerned with
objective. Communism has since
Carlton Chastain and daughter,
been revealed as a movement applicable, if at all, only Sue, and Mrs. Ann R. Guy have
to Russia-and which in the light of international affairs '

r is seen as dangerously akin to the rule or ruin
idea. It is: totalitarian, and in that respect it is not
particularly'' different from fascism. One might say

that the antagonism between the Nazi leaders and the

h, communist leaders was chiefly on a professional basis. 1 /
.. No responsible men in industry or government are /

i t saying that Lewis is a communist, but he might as t "tL _

t'. well be. The point is, the union heads now seek to free E "V.

their organizations of communist tactics, the communists -
themselves, and to develop the kind of states-
manship which will be necessary to cope with reaction.
It is at this time, with such incentives, that the shadowof .F
Lewis falls across their path. 7TT1Ii'o

To put it temperately, John L., has done more
harm than good. We trust that the time Is not distant

when something is done, and Lewis, with all kindness
due him, can be checked off to experience.Wm. E

M. Duncan.


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P WRITE TIMBER DEPT Windstorm InsuranceCost I tl 1

Container Corp'n. of America. Fernandina. Fla.
is low-Insure Now

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St. Two Blocks East of Depot

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. . a dining room where two huge and :Mrs. I :
' birthday cakes centered the Thelma Burdick Grady Vlckery of Jacksonville and Mrs. NEWS ABOUT Mrs. Barbara Dowling visitors in Jacksonville Saturday. Mrs A. T. Andrews In Starke t::
'few River Mr. and Mrs. H. M. \Vandin Monday night.
table. Delicious refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen COLORED PEOPLE t'l
tf( Mrs. Barbara Alice Do'lInji118.,, and sons were visiting their son-I Bill Cain and lIOn attended the h
consisting of Gainesville were weekend gueJts
111 The School cake, drinks and of her lIy \V. "', Parkf'rClll'RCU of Raiford died Sunday Nov. 10 in-law and daughter Mr. and circus in Gainesville Monday
Mr. and i
parents Mrs.
. butter cookies were served the at while t
. by M. L. Johns. Key West visiting her I .r ._ \i I
hostesses.We - - - - - -- -
' MOl'RNS DEATH daughters and grandchildren.A .
'rf PARTY Mrs. S. O. Stephenson of Tam
-. j. Turner and Mrs. are sorry to report that pa Is visiting her sister Mrs. M.. Mose Graham born In Florence ling native was of born Georgia November, Mrs. Dow-5th, Complete Service
entertained with aparty our teacher Is on the sick list L. Johns.
Kite of the this week. We County S. C., slept away; 1888. She was the wife of the late r..n- j
DonnIe In honor(, and Ron- soon be with us again.hope We she miss will Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Petty of peacefully at his residence Sun S. T. Dowling. i:. Looks like It's going to he
, ?, Raiford were the recent guestsof day morning.: He had lived her r""" ,a
''J of Mra. Turnery her so much. She Is survived by her daughters : a long time yet before
home Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kerce. for 40 years and connected him
afternoon of last Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews The Mrs Clarice Woodard and .,1 many of MS! get that new
home of H. U Johns has self with Allen Chapel the first
r were played on the and children attended the circusIn been Mrs. Dolly Reddish, both of Key car we've been waiting for.
used moved and plans are under year. He was made chairman of l
West, and a sister, Mrs. Lula
the dlrec- Lake City Important
town under Saturday. way for remodeling same. Mr. the Board of Trustees 31 years Therefore it's more
Dowling of Raiford, and three
yrL Kite, after which Mr. and Mrs. AlvIn Kite and and Mrs. H. C. Rouse will occupy ago and has been active longer grandchildren.Pall Certified than ever to let usLubrication
were Invited Into the family were guests Sunday of Mr. the house when completed. than any man of the church his keep your old car In A-l

.. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelly and tory. He was also assistant bearers were Mack Sweat, condition d
-" Albert Sweat, Merrltt Raulerson
daughter Helen were visitors In leader for 20 years !
Lake City Thursday.Mr. Friends are deeply shocked to V.Charlie R. Barnett Andrews.Elmer Funeral Wallace services and! 'Washing Polishing {Waxing

' and Mrs D. R. Sapp and hear of his death because he wasa were held at 3 P. M. Wednesday STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
SIGNS I Mr. and Mrs. Aldlne Beckhamof valued friend to the communityand of last week at the Baptist t

Gainesville were Sunday guestsof a successful farmer for 40( Church, In Raiford, with the Rev.
, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp. years There are many grownups William Wilson officiating. Interment L. B. Alvarez Service Station !

ALL KINDS Church services were held at Including myself, who used, was In the family lot at
Long Bridge Sunday and Rev. to swing behind his wagon all the Sapp Cemetery. Temple Ave., at Call St. iI,
Fred Dodd and son Johnnie the way to his farm Just to eat
were dinner guests of Mr. and those homemade cookies that hla . . . I' r Ir rr"rl. .... ,\

pIAy:;?? PAINTING Mrs. E. A. Sapp. wife made so deliciously \ :\

Felton Moody spent Sunday Allen Chapel will miss his nev GrahamBy
AUTOS BICYCLES REFRIGERATORS with his father at Camp Bland- er failing to answer when called, g :
Ing. Mra. Moody and daughter Mm. John McKinney lRISTMAS BETTER
XMAS TOYS REPAINTED Margie motored over in the afternoon upon. . . . I ,
He leaves to mourn his death i a

them. Felton returning with loving wife Hester Graham: 3 John MoKlnrH'y and S N. Hess J a INC" a Do It NOW !
RAKE SIGN SERVICE Miss Cozette Sapp of Jacksonville brothers, Ell Graham, Joe Graham were In Gainesville Saturday on i
both of this city, and Ar business. \
spent the weekend with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp., thur Graham of West Palm Charley Thomas! and Mack (\ }.; :',. \ Make Your'i' .
305 N. CHURCH ST. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lane and Beach; and a host of relatives Abernathy were In Jacksonville 11 t! I'? .{
and Borrowing! friends. May he, .
daughter Jo Ann of St. Petersburg Sunday afternoon.Mr. Holiday \
rest In and God grant him
were weekend guests of Mr. peace and Mrs. P. O. Starling ..
eternal happiness in Heaven.
and Mrs. Jay Moody. I moved last Wednesday to their Gift Selections
Sammie Kelly and Jackie Sleep on, our friend, and take new home--the Smith place (\ i.l "

While You LEARN to FLY Ritch were guests of Mr. and your rest; I Mr. and Gerald Artklns of 11 While Stocks
We all loved you, but God I
Mrs. Jay Moody recently. Hampton were visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Pledger Johns and children loved you best._ Mrs. John McKinney Monday Are Plentiful t S !
were visitors of :Mr. and night. .
Mrs. N. A. Connor Sunday. Sunday was a high day at Earl Starling of Tampa came j,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Andrews
with his
spend Thanksgiving
Bethel, beginning with Sunday
were visitors of Mr. and Mrs.J. mother Mrs. Kate Starling. <<
School at 9:30.: Rev. O. P. McKinney We now have on display
O. Moreland In Jacksonville the Mr. and Mra. C. B. Roberts ,I
delivered morning
PIPER CUBS Tuesday and Wednesday.Brooker. were visiting In Lake Butler
message which was enjoyed by I 1,, << \
. . . all. At the evening hour the pastor Saturday afternoon. many beautiful and useful items
used which! Ottis McKinney Is working at
being delivered the message
Percy Jones' filling station near

in the program ,...... '.... waa all times a burning invited one.to attend You are New at Lake Butler this week. J in Perfumes, Toilet Sets, Colognes, i
... Mr. and Mm. Louis Welgand
:.. :-;: Y By Mn. T. W. Markey Bethel where the Holy Spirit
. . . awaits I and son Edward were business
Certified Ground School Class Instructions you.LEAOI'K I Candies, Christmas Cards,

I Given by Certified Ground School Instructor Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and :: CONGRESSAt Oil Heater Wicks K

Certified Flight Instructor children spent Thanksgiving Day 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Conerly Ribbon, Tags and Seals j je
Ground and all churches met at Mt. Plsgah PERFECTION NESCO
( Federal Approved Primary Flight
and Mr. and Mrs. Dill Cornet ly AME Church in Lincoln City, of jb
School Certificate No. 5650 in Leesburg.Mrs. which the Rev. Madison Is pas ----_. --- --- -

Sarah Driggers of Lake tor. They tell me It was a won
r Information please phone Conway at //7 Butler was the Sunday guest of derful program with Wllhf>lmen- Water Heater Wicks Q Electric Heaters i ;

Mr. and Mrs H. P. Gainey and la Rogers cU-liverlng the main i

or Libby at 32 while here attended church services speech on the subject of "The PERFECTIONOil ft Irons Toasters i) ,
at Rock. Relation of the Sunday Schoolto
NWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICE Lee Green of Gainesville was the Community." A fund of 11 '9 j i

IP.O. Box 303 Starke Fla. visiting friends and relatives $72 was realized. You are Invited Cook Stove Books and Games ;
here Sunday afternoon. /
to attend the next Congress Wicks
Mr. and Mrs. Norman ParrIsh which will be held the next 4th ft S

;' were shopping in .Starke. .. ": Satur-% Sunday at 3 p. m." -in Allen NESCO OIL. AIRFLORENCE Jy Rocking HorsesStuffed'Animals: ; a
day. Chapel. PERFECTION JtL
Mrs. Lloyd Barry and Miss -
STARKEr Frances Barry and Mills Lubedla IMK SCHOOL NEWS KEROfiAS and many other
Pinholster were shopping In Sitting around the Shack the 15c 75c
Gainesville Tuesday afternoon. at RJE to
other day I heard yell
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and High School and breezed around .. 4? suitable items for gifts
children were dinner guests of there to nee what It was all' i
r Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hinton in about. To my surprise there wasa a

Waldo Sunday. group of girls, who called BradfordHardware
Dec. 14SHOW Miss Marie Edwards left last themselves the RJE Tlgerettes, 'Koch Drug Stores

week for Jacksonville where she playing basketball. They are doing fl flQ
has accepted employment with a wonderful Job and for

Mr. and Mrs. Rurel Dukes and your afternoon pleasure you may 111 W. Call St. Starke', Fla. <<

( GROUNDS JUST SOUTH the Southern Bell Telephone Co. see them taking their physical J, 13. Carlisle Owner
children of Dukes were Sunday exercise and in action from 2 to
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. 3 p. m.Composing. --
TOWN ON HIGHWAY 200 (13)INC Markey.Mr. the Tlgerettea are!

and Mrs. L. O. Lewis of Forward Ceola Johnson, Mil

Jacksonville were visiting Mr. dred Royals, Odessa Hampton, Only 24 MoreShopping :
and Mrs. E. J. Lewis Sunday. Mary Lewis, Bessie Lewis: 'fjtf I
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Gano of Guards-Martha Allen, Betty '
110 Jacksonville were weekend guests Cain, Gloria Robinson, Bessie iJ ",,'I'iff

of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano. I Clark, Beatrice Williams, Ella -:.., DaysUntil "
Mra. T. W. Markey and Mrs. Mae Speed; Guard and Center- ,
Ovid Cane! and son were in Doris Williams.
Gainesville Monday afternoon -

Mrs. J. C. Cone and. Mrs. Leslie New! Sorlpto transparent platy. J \. Christmas i
Green and children were visIting tie mwtianlcal pencil only 20c, r
In Alachua Monday afternoon Your choice of color Ha rraiM-r.

ry clip, and ! ", The Baptist Woman's Mission- have just' received a new Shipment of ,

r k ary Wednesday Society meeting afternoon wait of held last) w fine SHEFFIELD. PLATE Silver. The first ] G'' I IJ

week In the attractive home of
since before (the war.
Mrs. J. K. Douglas. Followingthe
business and program meet- :J I

1 c Ing the hostess served delicious Come In, ,''J1

tINIIST refreshments next meeting to those will be present.The held In. fAt. e P 11 1.\ Make Shop at your finest Jewelry Store for 0

the church. 1.\ the best and latest quality gills In II

*_J .ulIDm ANI Ilsf S .. . . d Your Purchase, fine Jewelry, watches, 0 I.;
nnmn SUUIUMS net i
CHAMPION AEIIULISTS p SunnybrookBy IIOWDV FOLKS! I, Get gills of every description for el'ery'
ACROBATS AND EQUILIBRISTS Uhriifver 1 get the feeling

CONGRESS OF CLOWNS-THRILL. 4'O :Mr.*. O. E. Crosby that I should go out and ft 1, Your Number occasion. Nationally advertised merchandise .
RACES-50 MUSICIANSACRESOF . . . onto exercliw I Junt lie down .j
SEATS al advertised
5000 nationally
TENTS. until the feeling over.
To Qualify
ItsiRItENT111111N1 LA FIESTA ,mDElII.1IT"UIIAS Mrs. Cora Jarvis and Mrs. Eva 1
mCTACU ItinuaMINI 50 { of Winchester Ill and ,John .IJo..* your wife always prices.
THE WORLD'SNEWEST McDade Lovell of Rockford. 111. hate her own way?" In Our. ,
Harry of the IIIII: "1)oes she! She writes her > \ 1 1iJ
BIG SHOW were called here a week In advances! Why go elsewhere and buy when we
death of their little nephew C
THE WORLD'S 7 Harold Leroy! Lovell. Mm. Jar- A man Mho went Into a book. Turkey ontestlal.'e the same fine quality merchandise i

GREATEST CIRCUS /? vis and Mrs. McDade returnedto tore and asked for a hook no
V > their home Friday. Mr. Lov- called "MAX. TIIK MASTER: 19) at much more reasonable prices !

FINEST ZOO-250 ell remained for a longer visit OK WOMAN" ;J Repairs on Watches, Jewelry and
ANIMALS. with his brother and sister-in- The Fiction Department l Is In Turkey Will lie t
law. Mr. and Mr. Leroy Lovell the next: aisle; said the nali...- optical Also fine engraving given f.I .
44. I Mr. and )(1"11. Claude Moore of glrU iJ Given; Away
Tampa and MisMabel Adklns our most efficient attention. ,
a. i of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mr But th, and baby of Gaines statement that thla l. the brat iJ '
ir ; ;: Edward Mr. and Mr. Dave March- place In town to brlnif your 7:301. M. We have an extra line selection of
t ville. ;J
attendedthe bt'oot raolln and I
"5 alleck of Jacksonville car fur the Christmas Cards for
funeral of little Harold Le- oil sail for all the helpful you.
week. trrr-vt-charge attention that ,

/4 ; ': :' "1 bJl. ratING roy llr Lovell and last Mrs. W. R. Halslop add e..fnff rt to your driving.Try .

T j n rr Fred HaMop were It today
and Mrs.' F. i iJ

ROUS AND SURPRISES GUTTERING FOR YOUNG WITH COLD AND AND OLD business Saturday.visitors in Jacksonville GULF Wanning OIL-PRODUCTS Polishing J Harley Strong

and daughters
7HISr 1\lrs. A. I* Alvarez
oAr REMEMBER Greasing ,
Or DAYS >XXi! -* Miaa Irma Gainey and Lu-I The Finest Jewelry Store In Starke g
y b.MaalsrrrMn SSjgSSSSSjsgwateaa c1Jle were visiting Mr. and : Temple & Lake ;J

M.rbty a Ir Ward Saturday night. Service Station CAMI ULANDINf JEWELER SINCE 19IIc ,
MM..rks children
: prp Nra. S B P. M. ),(1"'. O. E. CraBby and .9
r1NEC[ DAILY-S ot bar parents, Mr. Phone 179
tSe.sa: ? DOORSOPEN 3 aid 7 P.M. were and Mrs.guests J. I" Johns of New e en&c eJ-taCNieKa

River Saturday.

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BRADFORD'' IV: CIIICI'IT (COURT BRADFORD pital Orang-eburir, New '
Horse Races Set New Owner Plans iv: CIRCUIT'" coi'wr, IV CH. N- COUNTY. FlORlDAl: CIIAN- You are required 1 to
Ii SOCIETY and CLUBS I C H" \ TV, FI.OHIIJAI December 20. 1941\, II![ on
(:EItY. CKHV.Joseph 1h
For ThanksgivingThe To Enlarge Jerry'sHoward Emmett tl_ viuAKthel Cotuworlh Maude Avrett Avrott, Plaln-, De- A. Thomas, Plaintiff, v... plaintiff named[ Court eeeks and divorce ospe., Hrur yE evn'

Defendant. Case County Telegraph '"" .I
6240. C. Thomas hall
fendanCa a No. Agnes p
of horse racingon Hill experienced restaurant Order |In next four ? Bf .hk;
i resumption ORDER OF PUBLJCAtON No. 6198. w.ekh
Men WOW Meet CalledA APPEAR hand xur.sealttatYStarkn ,
Presbyterian NOTICE TO
the Highway 230 track will man of Flint Mich., has STATE AND OP FLORIDA TO: ORDER OB1 PUBLICATIONAND FloridaOFFICIA1' and 'I't'' 'lei'
I residence NOTICE TO APPEAR vember 27, 1948. \>:,,.
Enjoy Supper special meeting of the WOW mark the City's sporting event acquired Jerry's lunchroom, to be Ethel and Maud address Avrett.U unknown whose : STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ( SEAL) A./i
: will be held in the hall Friday calendar operated in conjunction with a Ames C. Thomas, whose residenceand A. Clerk of said Court, 'r h'man, .
At Service Center for the Turkey Day You are required to appear on address !I.: Mount Pleasant T. Frank land..un1.
I night. Nov. 29, at 7:30 p. m. for with spry steeds from Bradford, modern dining room in the ad- December 23rd 1IM6 In the wherein above South Carolina, P. O. Box No. 2211 Atty for Plf HtarK"11.28 rMTa,1,
of the the of putting on degree Joining location at 153 West Call named Court and cause You are required to appear on "
The Ladles Auxiliary purpose Bradford
i and Putnam counties sched- plaintiff Beaten divorce December 18,' 1948, In the above
Church was work. Lacy Conway, financial Clay street. Work in remodeling the County Telegraph shall publish named court and cause, wherein IN CIRCUIT COPRT.
;, First Presbyterian secretary. uled to compete for the better Interior of the site will begin this Order In next four weekly I.- plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford CRIIY.Vinson COUNTY. FLORIDA..BItU''OIt I' (.11"'

host at a dinner Thursday nightof I part of the afternoon. Immediately, Hill stated with the sues.Wltness my hand and official seal Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish issues this Clifton Drlggers.

lost week entertaining the men TEL Class Meets Under supervision of Frazier restaurant scheduled to open in at Surke. Florida thin November Witness] my hand and official v.Case, Melba No. 6245.Drlg.arM, O..nllanl'I'lnlntlfr.
20, 1948. this November
seal at
of the Presbyterian congregation. I Shaw and H. A. Lawson, the approximately three weeks. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas 13 tan'8.Florida NOTICE 'ATUiw
The occasion also served to form : At Brownlee HomeThe American Legion-sponsored attraction I Enthusiastic about the potentialities Aa Clerk of laid Court. (OFFICIAL SEAA. J. Thomas STATE AND OF OLE'*E.
Zach H. Douglas, Box 411 Galnesvilltt As Clerk of said Court. FLORIDA
will bring back a number of Starke as situated on Drlggers. whose 61e1L
Church's lft 1105
ally introduce the new F John W. Muskoff residue
L. of the
E. Class
T. Baptist dr.... I..
of horses which won In featured Highways 100 and 200, Hill stated Atty. for Plf. 11-22 4t 1Z-13 JaCk.ouVllle'l Fla., Attys. C18 I ''Ja.r"
the Rev. Dr. J. .
supply pastor Sunday School met :Monday for PIf. .t 116IX toy 8rC;
races at the Veterans' that he will share managementwith
I to
I Warren Kaufman of Philadelphia afternoon at the home of Mrs. December30q 11948 aon.
Homecoming. The fleet ponies of his sons, Donald and Ray- In th /hon
: H. L. Brownlee with Mrs. J. E. I.V CIRCUIT COt'RT, BRADFORD named Court and cause i? '
to the membership. delightful -
Futch hostess. Charming''' arrangements Jim Alderman of Grandln will mond. The latter recently discharged COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHAN'; CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD plaintiff seek. wherein
I social event WILe held in the as endeavor to show their heels to from the service after 13 CERY.Edmondo. COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN > ftstsusttsz S-slSg
of roses were effectively Joseph Acacclo Plaintiff, CIJRY.
Church Service Center and began entries of Will and I. months in the Philippines! wasa I
I used as decorations. Knight Q. v*. Morena Affacclo, Letandant.Case Edward J. Kelly Plaintiff, vs. suet.Witness
at T:30: o'clock. Roberts of Green Cove Springs, cook In a Replacement Depotat No. 1203.ORDER Mae A. Kelly, Defendant. Case No. my hand and, '''i"I
Devotional for the afternoon at
PUBLICATIONAND Starke Florida, ,
OF thh
,i The tables were covered with the 95th Psalm, was read by and many Bradfordltes, including- :Manila. NOTICE TO APPEAR UU.OR:>ER OF PUBLICATIONAND 37. 194/1 \ ,

white cloths, and arranged down Mrs Get Anderson, after which Adam Green Hogan Smith Hill has been In the restaurant STATE OF FLORIDA TO: STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: 1\Il"IIo. Aa(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court A. J Thomas

the center were lighted candles Mrs H. L. Brownlee led in George Sapp Palmer Williams, business for 20 years. Morena address Agaccto la | whose UjfO Nazsarena residenceand Mae A. Kelly whose residence and T Frank Landrum, Bear>< FIA,
: co
and fern, chrysanthemums and Buddy Harris, P. D. Reddish and address Is: % Rockland State Hos Atty. for Pit. 11.2f II
prayer. Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Sr., In leaving Starke "Nick" Alexander Via U Lucia, Oneglla Imperla \\2.2''

: potnaettlaa. These lovely fall presided over the business ses others.It former proprietor of Italy You: are required to appear on

flowers were also used profunely sion. l la stated that all entries will Jerry's stated "I wish to thank December 16, 1946, In the above

I throughout building. During the social hour several be properly classified and that a the people of Starke and Bradford plaintiff named court seeks and divorce cause BradfordCounty wherein

i The delicious supper consisted contests were enjoyed, Mrs. Oeo. sufficient number of races will I County for the business they Telegraph shall publish this I

I of chicken pilau peas, combina- Anderson and Mrs,, Alma Hough be run to accommodate all corn- have 'given me during the past Order In next four weekly. Issues
and official
I tion salad, rolls and butter pumpkin tying in the "Thanksgiving Day" era. Good prizes are indicatedfor six years. I am sorry to be leaving seal Witness at Starke my hand Florida this November

pie and coffee. contest. the top quarter and half-mile and will never forget my 14. 1948.OFFICIATE. .
SEAL) A. J. Thomas Sun. Mon. Dec. 1 2
( ,
competition.A "
introduced Dr friends here. Alexander will
E. M. Davis The hostess and Mrs. Brownlee operate As Clerk of said Court.
i Kaufman to the assembled membership toast county-wide crowd is expected a lunchroom in Jacksonville Ry Lucille C. Conner D. C.
ice cake and
followed impromptu served cream to witness the Thanksgiving, and stated that he will T. Frank I..nd..l1m. Starke Fla.,
I and there < shortly
4t 12-6
ed pecans to the following mem- Atty. for Plf. 11-15 "My Darling
speeches by A, E. Wall bers present, Mrs. Alma Hough, event beginning at 2 p. m. There''I l make a local announcement con

I Guy Andrews Mike Maruca, Jim Mrs. Florence Moore Mrs. O. W. will be no charge for admission. cerning his new location. -

Killian of Waynesville N. C., and Alderman Mrs. W. J. Epperson, iv: CIRCUIT: COURT BRADFORD Clementine"Henry
i O. Averlll. Alao during evening
Mrs. H. Johnson' and Mrs Geo. CERY.
I the people enjoyed a com- Anderson. Barbara Jackson, Plaintiff vs. Joseph -

munity sing of favorite wags H. Jackson, Defendant. Case Fonda Linda, Darnell
The next class meeting will No. (204.
The Presbyterian choir served the
be held Dec. 30 at, the borne of OltDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
Mrs. Ceo Anderson STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Victor Mature
Joseph H. Jackson, whose residence
Baptist Circles and address la unknown.
Jr. Woman's ClubThe You are required to appear on
Met at ChurchCircles Well well ". If it weren'tfor tles-and-buttons presented to her December 18, 148 In the above
named court and cause, wherein
Junior Woman's Club will that delicious aroma of turkey by son John before his recent entrance plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Tues. Wed. Thurs. Dec. 3 -4 -5

of the Baptist Women's hold its regular monthly meeting exuding from the kitchen I into the Army County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder
In next four weekly Issues.
Missionary Society held a Joint Thursday, Dec. 8, at,7:30: o'clockin could close my eyes and almost -or- Witness my hand and offlcla' "Three Little Girls

meeting in the Church at 2 o'- the club building.. Hostessesare believe 'twas mid-August what Well, well Shades of John seal at Starko. Florida, this No-

clock Tuesday afternoon observIng Mrs. Hallle Jones, Mrs Arthur with this balmy weather we're U Lewis I r Hear the strike vember(OFFICIAL 14. 1948.SEAL) A. J. Thomas,

the annual Week of Prayer., Holiday, and Mrs Mary Lee Hancock having Spotted a blossoming wave almost struck Starke last As Clerk of said Court. Blue"

The topic for discussion duringthe azalea. and Cherokee rose in week Seems that blonde Edna T.By Frank Lucille C.Landrum Conner, Htarke D. C. Fla, In

program was "South yards about town this week' and Stone and Dolly (You Must Have Atty. for Plf. 11-16 4t 12-6

America", led by Mrs. Marvin Vets May Reinstate even the pecan trees have been Been A Beautiful Baby) Sullivan R June Haver George Montgomery

Hazen hoodwinked into putting out fresh threatened to strike unless they

Following this the members enJoyed Lapsed Policies green' buds More than one were allowed to come to work at GET THE Vivian BlaineFri.

I a social hour In the Church At Same Premiums Thanksgiving dinner will be top- Koch's at 12:30: instead of 12 SRfEDY SuRf

I Annex. Refreshments were derv ped off with strawberry short- noon every other day ThinkIng ,

ed by the Social Committee Mrs Reinstatement of lapsed National .- cake land If Jack Frost doesn't that the country was In a bad KEL/EF FOR A /

Maxie Carter Chairman. Service Life Insurance may put in a belated appearance be- enough mess because of the coal INDIGESTION Sat. Dec. 6-7 Double Feature

I be effected by Veterans at the fore I next -week berry growers strike the management quickly

i Musical ProgramAt same premium rate as paid whileIn i will' begin picking and shipping capitulated and the labor line in "GENTLEMEN WITH GUNS"BUSTER

the service, it was announcedthis crates of fruit Yes, the ancient Starke remains unbroken! ,

PTA MeetingThe week by Tom B. Deen,, C of C blurb: "Florida It always makes us Callstreeters 1 CHARLIE

Assistant State Service Officer, where summer spends the winter" feel definitely big-time when we 1 t
of Foster,
beloved songs Stephen of the South, A physical examination Is not seems truer than ever this sea- hear of someone getting lost In 1 and

composer necessary and It fa l only necessary son Better knock on wood Starke Must be getting to be
were the inspiration far the .
at the Parent-Teacher Association pro to pay two monthly premiums though It could freeze by quite a city i.-,At any rate, that "I RING DOORBELLS"GEM
gram '
meeting Tuesday night to put the policy Into effect tomorrow night_, you' know comparatively recent newcomer, Carpenter's Drug Store I'' 'F
William\ Sanders (brotherinlawof
again, but this Veterans Administration
Members gathered tn the music I .. .
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isn't Guy Andrews) 'got lost tryingto : =
room of the USO building' and offer ends. December 31st Hear that Dot Gray waitIng --- -
until New Years to start'on find the Presbyterian men's
joined in the chorus singing with of this year, he added.
enthusiasm reminiscent of the, Mr. Deen'also warned Veterans those good resolutions She dinner In the Church Service Center -
Is definitely "tapering off" on Thursday night of last week,
good old "Singing School" days that under existing laws no
Soloists, presented by Mrs., widow or dependents of World coffee and is down to 13 cups a and when he finally got there (a l

Ursula Barnes were Miss June War II veterans can obtain pensions day at the present writing couple of hours late) the party
Hopes. to taper off to an even was over-but they'd saved him
Patel and Miss Lou Edwards. unless the claim is based

,Orchestra members presented on a service-connected disability dozen before Jan. 1 Sorryto a. plate .

under the leadership of A. W. and he urges Veterans to file disability note that Lee Crosby Is still
a little "tongue-tied" from his accident Hear that Owen Griffin was so
Bates were Barbara Moore, piano; claims now for any
Buddy Faxon and Elbert Crews,. wounds. Injuries or diseased incurred a fortnight ago at B Gate excited and pleased over the birth
Camp Itlanding ." Seems that of a baby daughter Monday that
trumpets; Peggy Ann Wiggins,, H the service which required
some fellow barged on the he started passing out cigars to
June Caldwell and Joyce Moore, medical attention' sufficient up
clarinets; :Marian Brown saxo to be established In military highway without stopping and everyone in arm's reach-even the s

phone.A records even though ,the indivIdual the two cars collided Lee ladles! Glad to know that auraeV
Wilma and T. K. McClane have
pleasant social hour in the la now In good health ,and whose car was messed up as IesMaI11o
well as himself, says there ain't at last found a house and are
spacious lounge followed the program able to perform his normal duties.
no Justice They tell him thatit now homeowners in Starke .
Sandwiches cakes, and The Service Officer urges Vet
was the first accident that They have purchased the Grant ant sV
coffee were served by the committee erans to attend to these matters .
ever occurred at B Gate! house on South Church St. (the Med.s'
in charge at Once, not only for their own 6o lAOY NAauet4
: benefit. but also for the future And to think that It had to happen former W. P. Smith residence) '

after the camp was deserted! They'll move here from
WCTU To MeetThe welfare and security of their dependents. n aNll
.- Mr. Deen stated that s' Add sights for sore eyes: Gainesville as soon as a bit of 169.
those giant poinsettias In the renovating has been done .
regular meeting' of the can visit Albert Lee
back yard of the Marvin Hazen Sorry to hear that Sara Bare
WCTU will be held Friday Nov. Crosby local Service Officer, In
foot has been confined to her
home .
29 at 3 p m. at the home of the Courthouse here or they can
home for week with bad
a a case
Mrs. H. L Brownlee. All memo write direct to him for an appointment -
Glimpsed during Intermission at of flu Quite an enjoyable ceiwtmmULOVA
bers are expected and visitorsare during his next trip
the Ballet Ruase In Jacksonville get-together at the home of Lloyd
welcome., to Starke. The address is TomB. a
Deen, Asst. State Service Officer Sunday night: MarJ an' Carl Carter an' Inca Green Monday night, the

Veterans Service Center Miriam (Jacobs) Nuaabaum occasion being the seventy-fifth

PO Box 1023, Jacksonville Fla. Ruby, an' David Moore-all Jax- birthday anniversary of Mrs. A. -

If art event bns, but well-known along Call II. Green Many happy returns -

Street Incidentally Ruby I -
is worth havingit Realty' Transfers tells me that she has gone In big Well, that turkey aroma Is gettin' ,1

O. E. Green to American for art and is currently exhibit- mighty persuasive So
Tung long See in the next
Groves ing a group of pastels at a showIn you
is worthremembering inc., Brooker. Five acres
Clearwater .. neRememberthere
Aside to
In Sections 4 and 0,' township 7 rag
south Range 20 east.. Price indicated Jacksonville; Why don't you -Carolyn.V.C.T. .

by documentary stamps folks get on the ball and erecta watch

recorded with deed $2500.N. : decent auditorium for the grand is nO liner gift than a

with pictures Carson shows you bring to town? U. than a Bulova/
Geiger to Harvey N. watCh
Van Fleet, part of lot 9, and east Holders of the highest priced and there is 00 finer ...
orchestra seats at the ballet .
half of lots f 0 and 7 of block 8. WCTU TOLD TEA CRKATES *
could see nothing but the headsan,1
Temple's Addition to Starke. Price
shoulders of the dancersamost
T. H. OsborneWRITE indicated by documentary stamps:
$3000.: dissatisfying state of affairs ,, (In...) Forgood

And the stage of the fellowship try tea Rosrteau -
BOX 423 William Slade to Phillip Stu- George Washington auditorium Van Vnorhlvn' an Insurance -

OH CALL AT der, Hampton. Property on Highway (apparently the best that Jax can .rxecutUe recommended .
IIOOIEK BROS. STUDIO 200, Section 24. township 7 offer) la so small that the dan In a talk to the National Convention

south Range 21 east. Price Indicated cers were in constant danger of of the Woman' Christian

by stamps: $5000.: tripping on the backdrop, and the Temperance Union.

Transactions reported by F. C. several carloads of gorgeous Voorhles said an Increasing .
Hollingsworth Agency: scenery brought along by the number of the member of the CALL ST. STARKE.
( E. ;
From the Lurline D. Grant troupe couldn't even be used Union League Club In Chicagothin 109

estate to T. K. McClane residenceon ( In a man's club) are

Help your calvci ,et stated South and Church streets Hoar 'twa* quite a nice turnout drinking tea In protest again

From James F. Stewart to at the USO Friday night In cocktail parties.. The niem"bern -
right With AiM" spite of the fact that there he Haiti. call themselves Isslede r.+ el
Wisconsin r...rch shows Harry H. Hansen, of Milwaukee was /den w
snort cell troubles horn" scows are residence on west Laura street. no football game The high "the JohiHMtnian Teaera, ait a \ \ \ '
school lads and lassies tribute to Samuel Johnson .
enjoyed a an
due to a lick of vitamin A and From F. C. Holllngsworth to old "

NUctn. The same formula that. protected Louie F. Roberts, of Alton, N. H., hayride in Herbert Fillyaw'struck "tea-toper.
He added
and'everything went along : "We find that tea
.. five-acre farm on Highway 230
calves In the experiment -
fine create higher level of frl-
until a car hit the truck a
one mile west of
Uort r.s .rch by preventing and cvr From Bessie M.Starke.Davis to A. D. headon breaking the lights, grill low" hip than the hard Bluff. fJ't

: Ins nutritional court I* used In Crosby, residence at 311 S. and other front end accessories The above was taken from

Andes Kal-K.ps. Church street Luckily nobody was hurt the riorlila Tlme! -Vnkm of

t Safe easy la u... Require about From J. C. Newsome to Mrs.' Nice to see :Myrtle Anderson backalong Jacksonville. Just think of It,

SI KaMCapt per calf. Economical Bettle S. Lauderbatk. of Jack- Call &street after her that wettest of Florida papersprinting

". to feed. Packed In SJ'i and 100' sonville, 24-acre farm on Palatka lengthy vacation In Pittsburg. something' about the

Come In and gel s supply today. highway one and one-half miles Philly, and other points, which WCTC-W ho knows perhaps ; Zr
t. from Starke. she seems to have enjoyed to the In about a million years they Mds d: t

Sistrunk Feed & From Roy Morgan to John utmost ., And by the way. Mill see the light + ;; N 111500 n

Seed Store Thomas Kirk of Palmyra, N. J., have you noticed the clever pin Copied from Florida Good 'Jii
she's these ? .
' 14-acre farm at .Heilbronn wearing days News,
I: Starke Fla. Springs. TIs fashioned of rattlesnake rat- :.t "


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firs of LOCAL NEWS 1 1and Junior slips $1.00 at L.Ua's Come and bw fitted far your lilY L. Watts, Defendant Case No. December 11940, In the above mettle pm :ihli, to the Chulrnmn of t
Dress Shop. fall and winter SI'IREI.Lhealth 1131. I named court and Pause, wherein the stall. Itnnd Department I with ,Ii
ORDER OF PUBLICATION plaintiff seeks divorce, IlrndfunlCounty the no. .H-mry I4IRI,,'. Dontimontarv ;,R.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks had garment rometm girdle, and also AND NOTICE TO AT PIS:AH I Telegraph shall publish this Stamp) uttHchrd., murtt ao< impany uenih
a't.tile surgical belt*. Coraetlere, 8TATB OF FLORIDA Ti: Order In next four weekly hid .XII oerllfled rhvi-ko hall\ ,VIl
drs Paul Hudglna as dinner Uuy L, Wafts, whose rKnldpnc And Witness hard and ,, .
guests Thursday Mrs.Sparks' my > certified within Srt days .if the ''jl
In Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Landrumand !Mr*. Frank IJoover. address IB: I>. o. Vox 504, Lancheater. seal at Starke.! Florida, I..j data for revolving bid. (.a*hl.>r.'
football game, t mother: Mrs Laura Wilson South Carolina: vembvr 14. JIll 8. cheek.. will not be """.1.1.... The
Saturday.wd children spent the weekend In and brother Luther Wilsonof Mrs. O. J. Griffin Is spendingthis December You are required. to appear on (OFJI'I"IAI.I1AI_) A. J. Thomas. i-heckH of the two lowest bidder i
011 Brooksvllle Sard t14fl. In the ..b"vnatnml Aa Clerk of Raid Court. will bo depositedAll '!
with Mr. Landrum'sparents I Green Cove Springs and sis weekin St. Augustine with Court and "..u.... wherein
O. KIdd and Hy Lurllla C. Conner D. C.T. work to be don In accordancewith ,
Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lan- ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and her son and daughter-in-law Maj. County plaintiff: : Telegraph iceka divorce.I shall publish Bradford rkpftndrum., 75k't Fla.Ally. ., the Plant", fpeviricatlona: and
this ;
and Mr. and Mrs. ValrleThanksgiving drum. : Mrs. K. C. Bounds or Palatka. and Mrs. O. W. Griffin, and new Order In next four weekly Uau.. 1 11VOT14'91 Special. Provisions of the StateItuttd I"I I
Department. H rlal
Witness |> -
Day granddaughter, Patricia Eliza my hand and official seal ..
I* c..II..tto Special I'rovl lon
nt Starkv
gent Clearance all Florida, this November
on sweaters
Mrs. L. W. Koch MM. J. C. beth. 31) 1940. which will bit furnished with each ,
)U* W- Helmentoller In Kent and Mrs. Paul and skirts, $S.9S at Leila's DI't'''. (OFFICIAL TO (-OMT 4rOIIOfflre I proposal.Proposal.. rt
HUdgins SEAL) A. J.
Shop Miss Seleta Aa Clark of of tke Stale Bend "....'- will b* furnlnhed tnQualified W
Sparks Miss said Court.
spent In .
irne.I Friday Jacksonville. .
Contractor :
Hy Lucille c. Conner D. C. Tho..a"1 nrnCTKllnhamie upon application I i
Maxine Johnson of Hopevllle to thin office THe
T. Frank FloridaNovember FOlt SUMOK
Lumtrum Stnrke
excellent Mra. ,
of typeIbbone Jones
of Jacksonville
itock Mr. 2rt, Ute $5 FOR EACH
I and Mrs. E. M. Davis are roommates at Stetson University, Atty. tor 'lf. n-sa PROIIMAU
Is the MAINTIiiNANCE< ANI (N8Tltl'C Plan may h* purthimed from thin
at TilE TELE- guest of her sister Mrs. I 1..
; spending the Thanksgiving holidays are holidays guests of Miss
r TION PROiJUAM I. office for the um of 95 for *achMet.
Only 60o each for all with Mr. and Mrs M. W. W. E. Mlddleton. Sparka' parents, Mr. and Mra. S. I i ei>led bide. will b.. received at No pr0ponl will h* Issued .r runless f'
IN cincriT COURT Bit\nroni this office from o.uallfled Contra.tore requests for them are' re.'
j typewriter and adding Morrow in Holly H1U. Enroute to Miami Clayton EX Sparka. Cot >irv, FLUH1UAI CHAM. until 10:SO A. lit.i1.<< ,T> on reived by this office at least 24hours
of Itvpemlier, tar prior the tlm for {j
Eakle and his vKltv.Franoeaua I the U'h day 1946. to opening ;
Carl Johns and Maurice Ed- son Eakle of Pretty Junior dresses just arrived -I Rlnotta Betta. Plain. the performance of the followingwork bid.
Washington D. C., were guests tiff. v.. Camilla Delta Defendant. : All bid must how. total for
and Mrs. C. E. Johns will wards left Saturday on a business Friday and Saturday of their relatives at Leila's Drew Shop. I Ca. N... 9906ORDER lit... P...,...... Jabs %... 2MO.1t. each Item and total I amount of hid; ,
L trip to Miami. OF PUBLICATION Tl 3-I0.t and T'411-KMt: Road. !'oo. Inserted ou the cover of the propinal. .
pu of Mr. John's mother, Mrs. A. F. Sauls and MIss Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kidd were AND NOTH'TO Tn APPEAR 800; Hradfor-1. Clay and Uuval : j H

[i M. Pettit, In Alachua: onLt Mrs. W. E. Torode spent Tues- Louise Snyder. In Jacksonville Friday.For Camlllo STATE Uetta OF FLORIDA wh... residence TO: and Counties Haldwln.; Work between.. consist Stark of widening and- any The or right all bldt In reserved to reject

day in Gainesville. address I. unknown: and reconstructing existingdralnag.
/. For stamp pad, stamp pad home portrait see T. IK You are required to appear on structures. A certified 1>F KLOKIHA. tlJlPAnTMENTJ f
Cash books Journals Ink, rubber stamps, datera, num- abase See ail on *.. December U, 1946. In the above check In the amount of 'S.OOIl.tlII F. H. Hnyless (Chairman ,,1'1'
single and pace
miss the Southland liarQuartet named court and cause, wherein will bo roiulred. llorndon 1*. Culnnny. State
double entry ledgers, order books, berrs see The TELKGIIAPII. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford For each ropopnl a certified I Highway Knvlnor.
at BUS! auditorium, sale pads, record books, time Strong heavy roomy cardboard Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Broun of County Telegraph shall publish thin check In the amount mated above II-SI 2t U-tf r 1
Order In next four weekly UxucaWltneaa ;
y, pec. 5, 7:30 p. m. Acl- books, Inventory sheets, and col- wastebaskets only 40o at The Wedgefield, S. C., sister and my hand and official \
TELEGRAPH. brother-in-law of Mrs L D.Halnes mil at Starke Florida, this
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60c chxdren SOc. umnar
: Adults pads at The TELEGRAPH. .
14 1945 Have You Yet Seen ;
arrived Wednesday to OFFICIAL. Ii
( SEAL) A J. Thomas.
and Mrs. E.: S. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. J. Ernest Jones Junior slips $1.00 at Leila's spend the Thanksgiving holidayswith An Clerk of eal the Thanksgiving of Dress Shop. Rev and Mrs. Halnes. Tly Lucille C. Conner I>. C. The Great Painting i
pending Washington, D. C., sister and T. Frank .Landrum Stark. Fla, [
i with Dr. and Mrs. H. B. brother-in-law of Junius Atty. for Plf. 11.15 4t U-
71 Smith Friends of Mrs. T. T. Long will The TELEGRAPH ha Just. re- _
n In Orlando. are occupying the Smith home on be glad to learn that she la recuperating 'l\ed, new quality REAL iv nnri'iT <.01'11T BIlIFOJIt1Cohv'ry "The FEAST of BELSHAZZAR"I
Santa Fe lake for the "" .'UIIII.', IA CIL1N. I
j nil Mrs. W. E. Middleton winter. satisfactorily at home rubber ban d a Plenty o f iKiir.Halvator.

I Badge Mlddleton Maryand Mrs. W. J. Epperson and children following her return on Monday s-t-r-e-t-c-h and s n a p and Jean Clccone* Clcoono Uufendant., Plaintiff Caaa, No.va On Display for The Public ':

Madge Ann Matthews Mary Sue and Sally Ann. from a Jacksonville hospital. strength. Four sizes at 40c per 5207. ''I

guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. quarter-pound box. A real bargain. ORDER OF PITHLICAT10N At The
| spent Friday and Saturday in Gospel songs, popular songs, AND NCITU-M TO APPEAR
!ton In Jacksonville on Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs.R. and wholesome ci>m,'dy Southland STATE] OF FLORIDA: TO:
Mrs. J. C. Kent of Arcadia arrived Mm. Jpiin realtlenoe
toy. I* Richard. While there they Harmony Quartet, BUS audi Tuesday to be the guest of and address la:n"isr'5hnn: Street, GOSPEL TABERNACLE ;

junior dresses just ar- attended the Jacksonville fair. torium, Thursday Dec. 5, ':30 her sister, Mrs. L. W. Koch until Lrooklyn.You are New required York!to appear on J

il it Leila's Dress Shop p. m. the latter part of December. Mrs.
Like good music? Be sure to
Kent was accompanied by W. S.
E. Johns Thuratf hear the Southland Holiday guests of Rev. and
t. C. spent Harmony
| last week in Gainesville. Quartet I1IIS auditorium, Thurs Mrs. L. G. Hemingway are Mr. Koch who spent the day with

day. Dec. 5, 7:30 p. m. and Mrs. John Hemingway and his parents. i ia a

|:t T, S. Simmons and her children and Mrs. Amanda Hug- \Ve have all mimeographing ROBBINS'PreXmas

a, Mrs. Burnham have re-, GOSPEL TABERNACLE, gins of Elizabeth town N. C., supplies: paper, stencil, ntjlelcorrection

I from a visit with relatives STARKE.-Morning Worship 11 A. Mr. and Mrs. B. McLennon of fluid. Ink. The TKLEGKAPH. -

osta last week. M. Bible School 3 P. M. Evening Deland and Mr. and Mrs. John .

Service 7:45: P. M. Evangelistic Moyer of Jacksonville
re on all wool sweaters Brotherhood Monday 7:30 P. M.

iklrtll, $3.98 at Leila's Dressand Bible Study Tuesday 7:45: P. M. Miss May Dickens W. L. Wall Harmony QuartetAt Sale!

Children's Bible and A. E. Wall of Starke and
Hour Wednesday BHS December 5
Maj. and Mrs. H. C. Wall and
3 P. M. Ladles
Mrs. K. G. DuncanJjiildren Prayer Meeting
Margaret Rose and Thursday 3 P.' M. Evangelistic children of St. Augustine were The Sunday School of the _________ ____ F' ,_ ________ ____ .______________'__ F_____
7:45 M. guests of Mrs. Wm. Terry of Put Lake Church Is
!I'. spent Sunday at Silver Service Friday : P. Inspirational Kingsley Baptist
Youth Meet Saturday nam Hall on Thanksgiving Day. sponsoring the Southland Harmony

7:45: P. M. Communion every first 100 percent wool stills. and Quartet at the Bradford Ladies Here's Your Chance :

r"neddlng portraits see T. H. Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. coat 1-3 off at Leila's Dress High School auditorium Thursday ,

See ad on page 4. J. T. Quigley, Sponsors. Shop. pec. 0, at 7:30: p m.

The concert will consist l of ( Ly/ To Dress for Xmas !I Ia

Mrs. Pauline Torode and Mrs.P. Gospel songs, popular songs

A. Moore returned Sunday negro spirituals and a variety of

from a visit of several days with comedy. I

,Every branch of Mrs. Torode's daughter Mra. Everyone Is requested to turnout I e i ALL LADIES SUITS

Whit Sturges In Meridian, Miss for an enjoyable evening. Admission : ,

: Adults OOc, children 30c.
INSURANCE1iPt1 Mrs. Susie Griffin of Jacksonville 3 I

arrived Saturday for a '

weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs 'Darling Clementine' 1-4 OFF 1

CONSTANT LIABILITY O. J. Griffin. i At Florida SundayTwo ;

Mist 'Margaret Durshimer of
EIl'lCEt' .., ._ ,. .,.., .Brooksvllle spent the ThanksgivIng cinema offerings of wide NO EXCHANGES- NO REFUNDS. ALL SALES..:. FINAL
I '
50"YEARS" appeal have been booked for the "
,Q\'ER 7 TH: E.FTI holidays with her brother, Florida theatre next week with ___ ,., .,.._. ,.,.. ..._ .__ I Fr..., .
iF. L. Durshimer and family.
F. Zanuck's presentation

I The whole family will enjoy "My Darling Clementine" to openon i SHOE SPECIALS

C. WALL AGENCY 'FIRE I the Southland Harmony Quartet, Sunday and followed on Tuesday j

HIIS auditorium Thursday, Dec. by the hit musical, "Three

I 5, 7:30 p. m. Little Girls In Blue." r $2.00 & $3.00 "I'
II I F E "My Darling Clemm tlne," a
Please Phone 146 Mr. and Mra. L. S Hutto and l plcturlzatton of the John Ford

family were guests Sunday of story offers a strong cast headed

their son and daughter-in-law by Henry Fonda Linda Darnell 1 ... All Sizes, Colors, Styles ,

Mi and Mrs. Tlllman F. Hutto and Victor Mature, supported bya .,. II" __ .....---. ,
and new granddaughter Yvonne large number of favorites Including ,

Elean In Jacksonville. While the fine character actor OFSKIRTS

CLASSIFIEDFARM there they also visited Mr. and Walter Brennan. The film is Hat SPECIALS

Mrs. M. C. Wells. ed In this week's Time Magazineas

POUR FARM, CITY AND LOST male OR German STRAYED. Police-10-weekn-old pup Friday: Misses Idalou and ,Marjorie "Current and .Choice." 9.95 Skirts . 7.95 5.95 Skirts! e 4.95 I''

NESS PROPERTY morning, Nov. tt. No collar. Reward Davis now students at Florida June Haver is starred In "Three ,
Capt. Ralph Rhodca, phone Little Girls In Blue" (December 795; Skirts a 5.95 3.95 Skirts e . 2.95 ?::11
Fla. HP State College for Women Tallahassee -
1.1 It, Mtarka'
3-3)), a technicolor extravaganza
are spending Thanksgiving produced by Mack Gordon. The USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN
FOR SALE-Heater. Cnal or wood I here with their -
holidays parents
% SELLS REAL curcular. Uood condition. Apply film features dancing star Vera I
ESTATal Hart Furniture Company OwnerIt Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis.
( rent*.* mlvvTtlaer of etmn- J. T. Klrkland. Itp Ellen, and promises stardom for
try Ito nade over Miss ,Virginia Sewell of Tallahassee comedienne Celeste Holm. "On'

Bayers spies, .f Home from all-Farm.T.ee *the- Three PROPERTY bedroom FUn house!U'.1 furnished where she attends FSCW the Boardwalk In Atlantic City"I SHOP EARLY FOR XMAS GIFTS PLENTY OF PARKINC SPACEIce

1 frt. epee ''''las. completely. Rae electric box and Is spending the Thanksgiving and other song hits wen Introduced

STROUT REALTY AGENCYLocaJIy gas stove,Ideally automatic located. hot on.water two weekend with her parents Mr. by the picture, which was I
Loprelleoted By paved streets In Stark Price' ...- and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. directed by Bruce HumberaLme. Porch Rockers

C. IIOLLINdSWORTH 850 some term Miss Haver Is provided romantic Boxes
82H ncr farm with four room Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Tucker and
116 81>>. Walnut StRESSES house 12 acre old bearing pecan support by George Montgomery Large Sl/e .1
Miss Bobble Cameron left Saturday
tree within 1000 feet of paved
highway.! One mil from Depot In to spend several weeks In Oak I i'
of all kind. reno Starke. Price f AAOO,00 Recent Birth Original Price 49.50
*.: furniture upholstered and See N. D. Welnrrrluli. Jr4Broke Sparta Wis., with Mr. Tucker'sparents
"I'hed. Drop u* a card. C. 9.95 ;
Mr. and Mrs. J.
Phone 111:
Palatn. Fla tf Tucker. and Mrs. Leonard S. Kin- Reduced to 29.50 (Clearance) .
house, 8W Hack
FOR SALE-S-bd room chen of Starke announce the birth High j jWell ..la.
Excellent .. If
HANCE: ,mobile, liability, and llf.. condition, occupied by owner, until mite. hearing the Southland Harmony of a son, Leon Franklin, on We Need The Space !I'I
'm. for need recently. Attractive con."n.I..nt November 21, at St. ConstructedScatter I I
D. your Insurance lot. For Information writ Quartet at the BUS auditorium Thursday i' ,
Wainwright, Jr., 131 Eat
Street Phone 154. tfIKANhl C. J .1>..vlln. 1184 Cypre. dalneivllle Thursday, D<'4'. 5. 7:30 Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville. Ii I
tl !
or tel. 1438J p. m. ,\dml..lundwt.. .* 60c, Mrs Kinchen Is the former Miss All Wool 9x12 i

I K t'OK KENT! 3-1t FOR REJNT< -Two light hou ekeep.Intr Frankle Ritch. g Rugs !
'* with .
.? nheli bucket furnished apartment Rags.enable. AxministerRUGS ... /
boom excavating-. Close In.-2011 E. MadisonSt. i W. Griffinof .1.
Mra. Owen
peg' and erectton of truct1 tf Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle will Maj. and 1.95
r 1 steel not exceeding, ton Thanksgiving visit with St. Augustine announce the :'1 ;
t.' or rail collect D. W. Poole, FOR RENT< -Shar-crop. basis l 40 enjoy a birth of a daughter Patricia i
47> Oreen Cove Spring: Bee.'S acre on Road 100 10 mile W. their son and daughter-in-law "'
4172. office 4D84. tf of Stark near Long Hrldae. !Miss Mr. and' Mrs. W. G. Halle Jr., In Elizabeth, on Monday Nov. 24, Buy '
Ida Merrltt Lake Butler Rt. I. will be by In Flagler Hospital. Mrs. GriffinIs 69.50 Several I i
At-E_ Orlando. They Joined
to 11-21
Lot on Hampton JLak sty J
the former Miss Helen Cook For Gift; 1
"amp elt.. N. D. Wain- their younger son. Jack Halle of :
rht Jr.. m E. Call 81. tf PLACKJACK OAK & PINE< -cut Miami. of St. Augustine and Maj. Orlf- 1'1 i
length. IIS per nord delivered of Mrs. O. J. Griffin '-
.g any tin Is the son Shipment Just! Received H..1: x 10.6
FOR SALE furnished or or 110 per cord If you come earrieecomplete !
I !Mel- Tho TELEGRAPH now of Starke.
'nlyhed. Raonabl Terms. get It R. C. Bhepler. Rt. I.
Box T28. Htark: tf rose. Flu, a mile west of KeyStone stocks. of India Ink. and lieautiful I Pattern a:i.OO Student Desks '
heights: ground adjoiningcolored Excellent quality tjpewrlteranil
showcanl color*. It Color! Priced -
Tempi 1 *up< etllement 4tp 12-U at The
table radio $32.95raeach. at only 13c, SOc and S.V. pencil carbon paper.
'm.r. lift ilh01>"e. ItHALF FOR SALE Vacuum. cleaner'. TELKtiKAI'H.V 19.95 22.95
practically n.w. Mr.. L. A. Kennold Miss Morse Stetson Baby High Chairs t
Sylvia .
Two shed room, one Uiirdenla, 100 South Walnut .. FOHIOI
cla11'r ( 0' BM 'I
.('. other a"n. Make nice Starke. 3tp ll-2 University sophomore Deland I (' >Tt' FMMIIIttl I* .11'.... .a l Maple Walnut
foom. will move to your Richard Morse research en- 4.95 to 9.95
'"hn*'.. Phone 141-W fir see and of Flor- A 4::::.Yk r.....".. Plaintiff. v.. Anthonr and Wheat Finish
Wllklnnon. 631 W Mad- I lST gineer at the University M. Caveee, Defendant. CaNo f
stark.' Up MADAME Gainesville will enjoy the .
Ida. "I IK.ORDER -
general I holidays here with OF.VI PCFlLICATJrI-I': Child's Swings 3.95
Elecirlu a rt o Thanksgiving : .
I rrapl. combination |6 .'"I I ARON I their parents Mr. and Mrs. W. R. STATE>: :NOTICF OFFWifUUA: TO APPEAR to: Mr Bed Spreads
J? Sift .
Bhonp Morse. Anthony M. Ca..... whore residence l Well Constructed: -- Sure tf) I'leaM
:Private turkey ahoot each GIFTED PALMIST I and ad Iro?/ until Chrletnia Dry- 100 percent wool stilts and' Mr. A. Cav., Glen Core NewYork

I Ur".r. on Keystone HJ.Stp .. ANDPSYCHIC coat 1-3 off at LfoU..'.. Drrmhhop. : ta onabove 13.95
nED You are required appear 3-Shclf BOOKCASES Also' Many
MEDIUM r>-a.,mb.r 9. 1945, In the Large
Operator for tourist I named Court and cause. wherein
Attractive eeka divorce. Bradford Walnut and Mahogany Other Selection
tJ proposition. Sale w recalled plaintiff
Mr. and Mrs Guy ..
!"-. tarke.. tf ('aunty Telegraph shall publish
ROUTE 17 to Madison the first of the Order In next four weekly. 'lerues.Wlenees .
r, 4-tub.. I rwrt radlnpl OPPOSITE FARM: )(TK.p. because of the Illness and tnr hand and official eal |
mxt, .. '" 'aomblcatlon99.99.' week at "' ".1''''.. rlorUU. this NovemberOf'KlJIAr. YOU CAN DO BETTER AT l'
u Olft Xhnpp. tt L..TK.FL..... death of Mr. Sale's father JohnH. I IT'S A FACT
I retired Madison ? sFLALA.: / Thomae .,
*" "'--olant hybrid amaryl- Sale prominent .\ Clerk of .*M Court. Furniture Co. I
t': all cnlnra. Also a few County farmer. Funeral ser I T. Flank Ijindruin S'"'*.. Fla.Attyy John H. Denmark
M nt.. Mrp. W. A. *Jla
.y" 1rN "g.ley. \'\IIa.'I\ _I.; at walnut Dahmer lift Shnppa. It Madison, Tuesday afternoon. ,1 (.iicrrrr rorwr.- i.R't>rono PHONE 151 STAKKK. FLA.

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F rnharp fnuntalnen f'OI "TI", rLOH'U.\'
pour thoroughbred: -A green... I card cabinet. ladexee taut. .
with .P l" l pt.lnt. f.l."i2r.r ; File boxes ...
terrier puppies. See Mrs. return to Bradford Counljj filing anl... and all filing Sat. itutUdc Watts, Plaintiff
Chapman, State Farm. ltp Telegraph. I needs at TIM TELCGKATIL


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deeds and thoughts sympathywill one sleeps. May God
Brooker Youth Wins Navy Essay Contest never be forgotten.We each one. bless

I Does Gopher Stew Appeal to You 7-- .. alao want to thank you for Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Loves 1

the beautiful floral offerings that Mr. and Mrs. W c Ward

cover the mound where our loved family

The Telegraph, through the effort to save a meat-hungry edItor to give us his recipe for stew.

years, has received letters of all from the tolls of the black So here it is, for the benefit of __ A

kinds and description from all market, but not being in posses any of our readers who wake up n I

sources, including "irate subscribers sion of a recipe for gopher stew, some morning to find that some From where sit.. fy Joe MarshA
)", "poison penmen", and others our first Impulse was to pass the,
friend has left thema
of a more pleasant nature. gift along to someone who was 0 well-meaning
But last week was the first time qualified to appreciate and enjoy gopher :In the bottom of a bean

we have ever received a letter It hamper: Lesson
from a gopher 1 The first startled passerby Use only the meat from I ( p ,i rrv
Reposing :in front of the door that we stopped with the question legs and shoulders boll until 1-.J/ In ConservationWe

to our santum sanctorum the "Would you like to have a tender. In a separate pan

other morning was an innnocent- gopher?" replied, after regaininghis concoct a mixture -of fried

looking bean hamper with a note equilibrium, "No, but I bacon, hanli-browned potatoes were sitting/ m BH1 Web tn.. From where I sit, the .UUK_

pinned to the top of the lid read know someone who would. See and tomatoes Pour N torch the other night chatting over is right. All America's ataa1aasotbeerwhenthetalktanas re.

ing: Jim Wainwright He eats 'em all over the meat and let simmer ; sources our abundant natura

"Mr. Editor: I am mighty the time." until well mixed. \ :" to forest preservation,soil erosion wealth are lost the minute we I low

good eating. I will bring As fate would have It, who Mr. Wainwright says that gophers ". and other things that affect a far.the right to work them as fret

down the price of beef pork should we meet about ten min are considered quite a del. + ,:<"<',, ..,J tog community. people in a free land!
and mutton." utes later but Mr. Walnwrlght icacy In the Minorca colony at
(Signed)-Mr. Gopher himself. At the first mention of St Augustine and are In such; .J. : .. Judge Cunningham speaks up Whenever you see or bar el

Sure enough, snoozing in the the word gopher his face lightedup demand that they are used In ... "It's all right to worry about conan encroachment on oar righti-

bottom of the bean hamper, was with a glowing smile of anticipation barter-a baby gopher passes fora L- L -:--- ..._ .__.__" serving our natural resources" he whether It's the right to frw

Mr. Gopher' in person a fine and he replied "You quarter, a larger one for 60 says, "but there's a far bigger speech or the right to vote an ",
specimen of highland "land tur bet I would! Don't let him get cents, etc. Back in depression Doyle E. Hazen a BUS Senior and member of the Tornado problem when it comes to conservation He 5t. or the right to enjoy ,

tle"-the variety so highly prizedby away. Chicken is almost as clays sonnet residents of the sand football squad, iq pictured in foreground above as he received Navy -and that's preserving our friendly glass of beer in licensed

certain gourmets as the main good as gopher, but not quite." hill section actually eked out a honors awarded him as a winner In the Seventh Naval District Navy democratic way of life our sense law-abiding places watch out

ingredient of gopher stew. Right then we made a deal meager living yanking gophers Day Essay Contest. Bobby Gillls of Alachua (holding microphone) of personal freedom our respectfor

Appreciating Mr. Gopher's kind with Mr. Wainwright Before from( their holes and selling themIn was also a winner. The two high school seniors having submitted one another's rights."
offer to give Ms all in a noble we'd deliver the gopher he'd have the St. Augustine market.J. .
winning essays on the subject, "Our Navy-Victor In War, Guardian .

. . . Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrlef. Jlm- in Peace", were given the honor of serving as officers for a day in

mle Moncrlef entertained Lowell O. Randall, Jr., and childrenand one of the Navy's key positions at the, Jacksonville Naval Air Sta Copyright 1946, United Stattt nwen Foe

State FarmBy and Leslie Shadd Jimmie and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ran tion. Included in the day's activities was a simulated air attack on
dall and children of Jacksonvilleand ---
Erma Jean Godwin
"Sonny"Engram the station and a ride in ..
a crash-boat. Young Hazen is the son of -,
Mw. Bryan WhltfleldBRIDGE Kenneth Tyus, Dewey Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Smith of -.. "
Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph E.
S e 5 e Thornton, J. W. Walker, Peggy High Springs. Hazen of Brooker. .--.-..-

CLUB MEETING and Frances Caldwell, Mary Rivers Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvler I LYLE HAMILTON PRKVATT CARD OF TIIANKSWe

In the living room where two I, Stubbins, Carolyn Bradley were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I Lyle Hamilton Prevatt quit wish to thank our friends rt y

tables for contract were placed I Betty Williams. Helen Whitfield Cecil McRae In Mcintosh last :this existence to go and be with for the many kindnesses during

Mr. !W. N. North artistically arranged and Carolyn Crews at a weIner weekend.Mr. Jesus on Saturday, Nov. 16, 1946 the illness and death of our husband \ &Wf

red roses when she enter roast Saturday night. and Mrs. W. Q. Stringfellow at 10 o'clock In Riverside Hospital and father R. B. Lee. Especially \

tained the State Farm Bridge Refreshments consisted of the had as Sunday guests: Mrs. J. M. Jacksonville.He do we thank Bro. Was- b

Club at her home last Thursday weiners with all the trimmingsand Brownlee, Mrs. S. E. Brownleeand entered this life Feb. 5, din and the dear friends who took

afternoon.Mrs. Ice cream. For several hours Mrs. Earl Johnson! and son, 1935 and after eleven years he care of the arrangements at the .

Martin Orlner, Jr., and the group enjoyed games around Hope, of Starke. passed through the gateway of cl'metery.--Slgned) Mrs. R. B.

Mrs. L. A. Shepherd were additional the bon-fire. Mrs. J. C. Wallace is visiting suffering: up to God. Lee Mrs. R. L. Batten, Mra. E.
and the tea Mi, and Mrs. W. J. Lang In Lake Our little N. Mrs.
"bingo" players Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Coker. Sr., darling who passed Coleman L. S. Masters
table was set In the dining room I Mrs. J. H. Verner and little Beverly Worth. from earth to Heaven with pow Miss Eva Mae Lee R. E. Lee W. for those
where a low bowl of yellow chrysanthemums Coker of Jacksonville were ers and facilities/ undeveloped will C. Lee Sr., J. R. Lee. 1

was used effectively.Mrs. .0 Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.J. Legion To Discuss develop and unfold in the Schoolof In loving remembrance of R. B. who care
North presented a vase as M. Christ, and in the warm atmosphere -
Bradley. Youth Lee who died Nov. 11. 1946 -
At MeetingThe aged :-
high prize, a handkerchief as sec During the past weekend Mr. of the love of the Great
81 7 months. 27 .
years, days.A
and hot dish pads) tn Teacher, Jesus Christ our Lord
ond high and :Mrs. Bard Gale and daughter, monthly business from has
meetingof precious one us
and their recipients and his. You can keep
"bingo" respective Sharon, and Mack Gale of Pa- your
were Mrs. C. M. Turney latka were guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. the American Legion was held Lyle was a student in the sixth gone >- clothes as smart as
A voice loved is
Mrs. L. P. Chapman and Mrs. W. Woodward. Tuesday night November 26. grade In Starke High School. He A place is we vacant in stilled our home --- new if you let us

Bryan Whitfield. At the end of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Nail and Commander S. O. Denmark stated uttered pneumonia and an acute Which never can be filled. -'-- give them expert

the games a salad course was children, Bill and Patsy left Sat that matters presented for discussion heart attack.The / God in His wisdom has recalledthe care. Clothing j

served urday for their new home in Vero on the floor Included details funeral services were held boon His love had given cleaned here retains
at the Church of Christ at Starke
Beach where Nail is Parole
WEINER ROASTAt Mr. in the program of the post's and were conducted by the min And though the body moulders I color and line. Let

the home of her parents, Supervisor.Miss Hortense Williams of Juvenile Affairs committee. later Brother W, Herron. here, the soul is safe in us protect and preserve

Jacksonville was the guest of Mr. Denmark said that the committee The pall bearers were members, Heaven. your fine clothes. Call today
FLORIDA LIVRA TONE and Mrs. M. R. Holmes last week sen Town"recently organization contacted the in of his Bible Class; Curtis Edwards CARD OF TIIANKS for quality cleaning."
Buddy Faxon Tommy Edwards
+ rxa rsr-a> end. Jacksonville for Information in We wish to express our sin
LAXATIVEV1i1A1 MIlls Pauline Brannen spent establishing a broadened recreational Jimmy Lee, Ted Edwards cere, heartfelt thanks to all those i
with Miss Delores Deklein I and Billy Thigpen.
Sunday program for Starke's young o who were so kind to ua during
ATISritli He was laid to rest in Prevatt
Lake Butler., people. The local post will consider the recent illness and death of ..
i Csf rear oM* No* Sunday visitors of Mr., and Mrs.J. Cemetery Wednesday at 3 P. M., 0
little kind
of our darling son. Your
idolatA11Dir gMarrs O. Randall were ,Mr.. and. Mrs. which would sponsorship afford a Increased group under the direction of Key-Mc- PHONE,135, \, 1J. :i',
Cabe funeral home. ROW'? s *
Juvenile opportunity share in Starts Relief In 6 Seconds
--- ___ n Survivors( are his parents, Mr.
community) responsibilities. and Mrs. Lester ;J.' Prevatt two ,froth GREEN, 9ktt TempleAve.

EVERYDAY FARM .NECESSITIES that The the Legion season's commander first dance, heldon said brothers. Lester Thomas and Lucian M\S\ f Owner !

Bradley, his grandfather, T. .
the night of the Armistice
M. Williams, and J. W. Prevatt.
5-Tooth Planet Jr. Cultivators WM well-attended and that the and ahost, of other relatives and CcLDl il .
vets would stage a series of friends. b"ins OR !!

dances as a feature of the win Caution, rake.ely at ..- .-,-.-..... __._,_ _._ ,_._. 1 _'" ____...
ter program. NOTICE
Planet Jr.
CARD OF TIIANKS THAT I hays" filed my Final Return
We wish to thank the o In the estate or Samuel J.
many Norman and will on the 20th day
PLANET JR. relatives and friends who were of December 1946, make application
so kind and thoughtful during the to the Administrator Final
Discharge a. of
Hand Fertilizer DistributorIdeal recent :Illness and death of our aid Samuel J. Norman Estate.
beloved son and brother who departed L. It. Renfroe, Administrator

for Strawberries thla life Nov. 16, 1946, ___ 11-15 4t 1J-6 C.HEVROLETLOWESTPRICED
also the many beautiful floral offerings. iv rnirt'iT roriir. iiiiinrounroimrir
FLoitntii iv (.'II.\:>' -
r,,:II V.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Prevatt Anne Dill In Unfflno, Plaintiff vs..
Planet Jr. Strawberry Plows and family. Charles No. 6184.. C. Ilufdno Defendant. Cane

< C. Rufflno. whose residence and
TRICYCLESFor .Ethel liracknell Rogers, Plaintiff address U: .139 }oJ. 21st Street, New
Air-Speed .... Joseph H. Rof \ Cue No. 6199.ORDER You are required. to appear on
OF PUBLICATION December 9, 1916, In the above
Children AND NOTICE TO APPEAR named Court and 'cause wherein
STATE OF FLORIDA TO: plaintiff necks divorce. Bradford
Joseph. II. Rosters, whose residenceand County Telegraph shall publish this
And many other items too address I. 691 Helms A..e., Order In next four weekly Issues
Naval Hr t, Charleston, South Car Witness my hand and official
to mentionFARMERS' olina: Deal, at Starke, Florida this Novem.ber .
numerous You art required to appear on ft, 1946.OFFICIAL.
Monday, December lath 1946. In ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
the above named court and cause As Pier tot said Court.
wherein plaintiff seeks divorce. T. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla. '
Ilrsdford County Telegraph shall Atty. for Plf. 11.8 4t 11.29
SUPPLYMIKE publish this Order In next tour
weekly Issues. r 4 # .. ,j LINEYes \
"Witness my hand and official seal ",l"..'; ., :
at Starke, Florida, tills Uh day of ,
MARUCA, OWNER :November ,1946.OFFICIAL .
( SEAA. J. Thomas TurkeysPel
A. Clerk of said Court.:
Hy Lucille C. Conner I>, C.
John J. Henderson Esq., St. Aug--
u.tlne, Fla., Atty. for Plf.
11-15 4t UIT -'
CIRCUIT coiinr, ninnronn
.'01 N'rv FLOIIIUAI iv IHAM-:'

DUNGAREES Size 32.38 t'9ItY.Francis. Jack Plaintiff
Saxon vs.
Minnie' Ellen Saxon Defendant. Pel Pound-On Foot
Were :2.25 Now 1.95 Cue No. Sl7.OHDEK OF. PUBLICATION Chevrolet has'he lowest-priced line

Mniffffto. Ellen Saxon, who,. resilience of
Ladies SHORT COATSWere and address: 1st Furman. passenger cars in its field!

3.85 Now 2.95 South Carolina.You are required. ] to appear on W E. LawsonOne
December (, 1948, .In the above
ninind Court and cause* wherein
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Today.more than ever before Chevrolet
only brings
Ladies LONG COATSWere County Telegraph shall publish this Mile South you
Order 4n n.xt four w..h.II."u./ ... of Starke

7.50 Now 5.00Men' .nl Witness at Starke my, Florida hand, and this Novemh officials On Keystone Road BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COSTfor
*. 1944.DFFICIAL! .
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
OVERCOATSWere As Cleric of said Court. .. Chevrolet has the lowest-priced line of cars
T Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. passenger
Atty. for Pit. 11- 4t 11-13
10.00 Now 1.50 to 7.50 IT: r1a't'IT COURT_, alttnvonnrorrrY Beware Coughs in its field. In fact, the great majority of Chevrolet body

FMmiiKti INC CIIA4l'EItY. :' .

Ladies DRESSES All Sizes rrie Mae. steen Rowley, Plaintiff from common colds types list at prices substantially; // lower than those of any
vi. James H. Rowley also known
Were 2.60-3.85: Now 1.9iMen' : at James !Mlnker. %'.... No. ftlft.9. That other cars in Chevrolet's
ORDER OF PI7HI.ICATIOM Hang On price range. And, of course, only

3.50 each TI STATE Rowley\ OF, also FLORIDA known to as: Jan Jame..a CMomtildoo relieves promptly bo- Chevrolet brings you Big-Car beauty Big-Car comfort Big-
Wool JACKETS Mlnker whose residence and address I cause it roes right to the Mat cJ the ..,.
trouble to
Is unknown. help! loosen and expel
"" '4 You are required to appear onDaiember perm laden phlegm, and aid nature Car performance, BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COSTin
9, 1944 In the above to soothe and heal taw tender in.
n med Court and cane*, wherein named bronchial mucous memo *
plaintiff. seeks divorce. Bradford o oranes..TeUyour druggist to sell you all items of purchase price, operation and upkeep I
Nick's Bargain House County Telearaph'shall publish thl.Or.I" a bottle of Creomulslon with the undentandlng -
In next four weeklyi.e.I ...
you must like the
way It
Witness my hand and official
seal! at tftarke. Florida, this Novembar quickly allays the cough or you are TORODE
A* Clerk of said Court.
NORTH ON ROAD 13 Hr Lucille C. Conner D. C. for
R H. Dancan. Jacksonville. Fla.Atty. Couch Chest Colds,Bronchitis
for Plf.' 11-a 4t 11-19 : Starke, Fla.




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. will close January let I -- .- -. .- .... .. -.
;en, Shortage 2518 Buildings
Sportsmen are advised of further

amps Style regulations with reference to Have Been Moved

if f Local Hunters deer: Mondays, Wednesdays and From Camp BlandingThe Church & Sunday School Guide

greeted the arrival of Friday are closed to December
tours sale of buildings at
deer season last week 24 Hunting Is permitted every army
,ail\ and which ,,1/
Camp Blanding, opened
'i-T some misgivings in view oflajor day from then through December
scarcity of shotgun October 30. has thus far seen a, .. .. .. .
28. -- -- - -- '- -
Mondays, Wednesdays and removal of 2,513 of the surplus
h All local sporting goods Fridays are closed thereafter.The structures Invitations for sealed Methodist Church i1 'Ijl l{
_ "few or no" boxes same schedule of closed /1
, reported days bids on a second sale are scheduled .
'lock, following a Hurry of the will apply to turkey, dove and for approximately December) Communion s e r vices will be :

*!tia! sales In which the shells squirrel. Mondays, Wednesdays 1, with the actual purchase of held In the Methodist Church .
lit necessarily rationed at ajut and Fridays are closed for quail the buildings to follow about January trt1 .
! t two boxes to the customer. shooting throughout the season. 1. It Is expected that a Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and

shortage of lead attributed to Open season on duck, geese and third sale In February or March) the pastor, Rev W. J. Church-

,astructlon needs of England coot will begin tomorrow (Saturday will be required for movement of well, will preach on the subject i

?! reported by some salesmen ) and continue to January 6. the final quota of the 8,000 available "Prepare Ye the Way of the '+"+I'1 '
main cause for the lack Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri buildings.
. the Lord" based on Isaiah 40:3-5.: At
i porUmen' ammunition. It Is days will be closed to December Thirty-four veterans, residingIn the evening hour the pastor will Worldwide Bible Reading :

JfteA that lead Is required in 24, and after December 28th. Jacksonville, Madison, Ocala use as his topic "Christ's Challenge ;

building of sewage systems and other Florida cities made Individual World." and
1/ to a Desperate
:aged or destroyed by bomb- Harvesting Pecans purchases on the strength the Junior Choir will supply the THANKSGIVING TO CHRISTMAS t

:I raids during the recent war. of priority. The greater shareof music. d I II a
the Greatly Speeded the structures were bought by '
prior to this week most The District Conference will beheld 'il(

'It'eDt delivery to Darby's Sport. By New Tree ShakerLocal the Mohawk Wrecking Company, at Crescent Tuesdayand //1:
of Chicago, Ill. I City on The Worldwide Bible Reading Program, to be observed between Thanksgiving

a Goods Bradford consisted Hardware of five boxes had The Real Estate Division of the Wednesday, Dec. 3 and 4, and and Christmas, la a plan to get people all over the world to read the same Bible ::1

.I110's. amount of 4 .and 6ahotpiage growers have watched U S. Engineers, In charge of the all delegates are urged to attend. selections dally between those two dates, November 28th to December 25th. This ,.
Halted with keen interest this season theoperation The Garfield Evans Sub-Dls-
I shells, which hunters sale, announced this week that special' effort Is sponsored again this year by the American Bible Society and has :
' of the Wortman tree- rict meeting will be held In 1'
add buy when they .could get shaker Introduced to Bradford the type of structures yet to be Starke on Monday. Dec. 2. at as its central day Universal Bible Sunday, December 8th. The theme selected for ,
sold Include a Jarge number of the 1949 Is "The Word of rower for Power and the readIngs 1
program a Agent" dally
IIthlng else-and sometimes on County by Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, ':30 p. m. Churches at Lawtey,
:> prospect that they would bor- J. R. (Nookle) Wainwright andJ. barracks, latrines mess halls and,miscellaneous post\ exchanges Lake Butler, Hampton, Waldo, feature some of the "Spiritual Pioneers" of the Bible who found the "Word of nN!H1!

4* someone else's 12-guage shot. H. Wainwright. In the opinion Melrose, Hawthorne and Keystone Power" for the age In which they were called to live. ',Il"
structures. A few of the
no. Other hardware stores saidy of these pioneer owners of Heights will be represented ,|
! moved Intact
buildings are being
> were currently sold out of an appliance manufactuerd by an but the majority are dismantled The young people of the town are Last year people In over 20 nations shared In the reading. The program. Inaugurated I?
20 and 410 shells-and had Albany, Ga., firm, there can be Invited to come and participate
iJ 116, by the purchaser and by the Bible Society In 1944, was the outcome of a letter sent by a lonely Ji
with the limit set small doubt to the Smith Is president of the
)leD, even on. as advantagesof hauled away In sections Billy young marine In Guadalcanal, asking his mother to Join him In reading each day, I
:It number of boxes per pur.baler a contraption which will har- organization, Miss Lou Edwards i'
at the similar of :
same time
a Scripture.
: Gasaett's, announced theKimlse vest a 700-tree crop in 12 days. secretary Janet Anderson treas passage ;

of a delivery about the Described as an off-center shaft Taxpayers Find urer. Miss Carnlta Hutto Is ,I

Sat t of December. operating from a pulley on a County's Levy president of the host church A Laymen's National Sponsoring Committee assists the Bible Society In the \

Quail season for this district tractor; the tree-shaker Is con MYP and Miss Madge Whigham promotion of the program. Members of the committee this year include Norman .r."

tin close January 31st. Shooting nected to main limbs by a cable Slightly Reduced Is counselor. Youth Fellowship Corwin Joseph E. Davies, Genera (Dwight D. Eisenhower, Harvey S. Firestone Jr., r k

i I squirrel will also be permitted with a padded -hook. The shaft meets Sunday evening at 6:3: ( Miss Helen Keller, Admiral C. W. Nlmltz, Drew Pearson, the Hon. Francis B. Sayre :
Property owners of Bradford
until that date, while the season serves to vibrate the taut cable,, o'clock. All members of the MYP and Channlng H. Tobias.
will $10,589.40 less In ,
n buck deer and turkey gobblers ridding the tree of all nuts dry County pay should be present to help make ..'
state and county taxes for the for the Sub-District
enough to fall out of the pod. period 1945-46 than they did in arrangements meeting Monday. Every available method of distribution is sought by the Bible Society In making J,

QUICK RELIEF"FAQ" With the shaker, three men at 194445. Statements to taxpayers the bookmarks, which list the dally passages, easy of access to those planning to I

lymptom of Distress Arising from Mrs. Brownlee's grove do the I mailed out by Tax Collector MANY LANGUAGESThe Join In the dally readings. They will be distributed by the millions In churches, In I

STOMACH\ULCERS work equivalent of seven beaters. C. A. Knight the first of November Bible was first written downIn camps, aboard ships In pay envelopes, on store counters In mailing, by chaplains '

One operates the Fordson, a sec totaled $94,55181, as compared Hebrew and Greek, and Eng by pastors, by house to house visitation and from enlghbor to neighbor. The bookmarks I
OUCTO EXCESS ACID ond climbs the tree to adjust the with last year's assessment
land came to deeper knowledgeof are available In quantity, from the American Bible Society, New York, or
hut, .okTsilsof. ...meTreataMMttfMlhttHtlp cable, and the third blocks the of 10514091. Christianity through a Latin
of its branch offices, to who Is Interested It Is
any anyone expected the distribution
or It Will Cost You Nothing braked tractor and also beats the The breakdown of property valuations translation of It. The alphabet
of the bookmarks will top last year's high of 20,000,000.
Onrtwi million bottles of the WIIXARDrRIATM lower and smaller limbs. Mrs show a reduction in all Is Roman, the numbers are Arable,
BNT hay.been cold for reUufolgmptoma Brownlee's shaker crew and 2C classifications other than lands
of diHtrCM artaing from_" and the Ideals are primarily
ell I DuMfeiMl Ufom due to EIMM AcM pickers disposed of the crop of applicable to homestead and total from Palestine. .L
tar DlmtlMl. or WpMt Stomach.Imlnin I 700 trees in three weeks, at the ,
exemptions.Valuation .. .. .. t
tlfmrttttmn..U..ptSold -...., --- -- --- -
..."' ............ on J3d yii'trial I Iuk rate of four days a week. The of non-exempt lands -- --- Whereas on November 13, 1946 ,
for"WIII. *'* __"which_ fully season's peak yield, for one day, for 1948-47 Is $1,938,175; for per- DIRECTORYKINGSLKY an angel of the Lord, bore to her 'J
""laW this keaymeatr-ire.-as. CHURCH
was 2350 pounds. sonal property, $995,610; for railroad Maker the soul of one of earth's i.

KOCH DRUG STOKETUNGI51I5 The device, which first saw ser and telegraph property, ----.----------..------- .. _.. ____ .. __ ... _. u_ sweetest flowers, Carrie Amelia

vice in walnut groves of California $821,983; homestead exemption, LAKE MISSIONARY l'l It S T MKTIIODIST, 8TARKK. IIF':U.tutONN 11A1TIST. Cervices Ray, therefore, be It resolved that ;,,;
and was Introduced to Florida $1,620,620; lands totally exempt she was a beloved friend of manS,!'
I every 2nd and 4th Sundays,
A, M. Morning '
School 10
BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday -Church klnil, one who went about doinggood ;
Is i
Monticello last 92090.
year 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Sunday
School, 10 A. M. Preaching, 11 Worship, 11 A. M. Youth Fellowship In little Miss "I
made to order according to the Totals for 1945-48 were: non- School every Sunday, 10 A M. every way I
BMC IT. S. vsrldes-early-tN.riag' : size of the tractor. The Wort exempt lands, $1,990,690; personal A. )(. B.T.U., 6:45: P. M Preach- 7 P. M. Evening Worship BT.U. 7:00: P. )(, Rev, Q. E. Cut I Amelia as we all knew her, was }
riiorou.*, prvl & High oil content.ft railroad and ing, 7:45 P. M. Prayer Meeting I a person one always felt \
man for the Brownlee farm was property, $1,090,979; 7:30 P. M. Prayer and Praise shaw, Pastor. 51
inure belt selection, order NOWI purchased In September, at a telegraph property, $879,778. each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. LouisI Service, Wednesday 7:30 P. M. close to; the kind one puts the |.

cost of $100."Nookie" Homestead exemption property ,. Wainwright, Sunday School OKI>.\N BAPTIST CHt'llCH arms around and tells the secret II
has harvested valuation totalled $1.519,980.( Superintendent. Fannie Silcox Woman's Society 1st Tuesday, Sunday School, 3 P. M. Preach. sorrow as well as Joys, knowing 1

DTI'tJ Wainwright 350 In Totally-exempt lands amounted to BTU Director. Services Every 3:30 P. M. Church located Walnut ing <4< P. M. Prayer Meeting each that Itwas falling on sympathetic I
of trees
the yield shaker $91,500. Sunday. Everybody Welcome.I and Jefferson ,Streets., Rev. W. J. Th day7:3Q.: P. M. 1burvh.located ears. She had been one ofthe '
with two-man, I
10 days a
Churchwell, Pastor. at Brooker Fla. Rev. C. A. most faithful and loyal mem-' I
adapted to an Oliver tractor. In . . -e CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH Crosby, Pastor bers of the W8CS for a numberof i
the labor
addition to meeting
Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays FIRST PRESBYTERIAN years) and two years ago the

GIVE shortage and speeding up work, Theressa 11 a. m. and 7:30: ( p. m.. Rev. C. STAItKK.-Sunday School 9:45: CHURCH OF GO(). Sunday society presented her a life membership

he notes the added advantage of P. Padgett pastor. Sunday School A. M. Morning Worship, 11 A. M. School, 10 A. M. Morning Worship in appreciation of her :

Your Portrait an implement which does no damage By Eva Ma Trirnt every Sunday 10:30: a. m. TrainIng Ladles Auxiliary, 2nd 4th Tues- 11 A, M. Evening" Worship, services. ':"
to limbs. . S. S '
Union every Sunday evening days. 7:15 P. M. Y.P.E. Tuesday 7:15P. Although she bas been ..taken

This Christmas The county's third purchaser of :Mr.: and Mrs. I. R. Dennison 8:15. Public cordially Invited to M. Prayer Meeting, Thursday from us, we know'her spirit will :

the Invention, J. H. Wainwright, and daughter and )(r. and Mrs attend all services.BOATDRAIN BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH. 7:15 P, M. Church located at remain as longas the society I.
.e. began using the apparatus with Packham and eon, all' of -Sunday School 10 A. M. MornIng Eighth St. Clair Streets. Ser exists. ,

his Farmall' last week, and has Merle Gainesville were visiting rela BAPTIST CHURCH. Worship 11 A. M. B.T.U. 7:15P. : vices every Sunday. Rev. W. A. lie It further resolved that we

found himself In Immediate agree lives here,Saturday afternoon. -Sunday School 10 A. M. MornIng M. Preaching 7:30 P. M. Pray Smith, Pastor extend our heartfelt sympathy to
ment with the others. The new Worship 11 A. M. B.T.U. 7 er Meeting each Wednesday 7:30 the bereaved family and relatives.We <

'Iq. tree-shaker, he says brings down Vivian and Lois Raley of Muriel Key P. M. Evening Worship, 7:30: p P. M. Rev. C. A. Crosby, Pastor. First PresbyterianThe feel that our lives are richer II!
savIng stone Heights were visiting
nuts rapidly and efficiently, each Tuesday
... M. Prayer Service and fuller for having known her,
..., time and money.YOUR Raley here Sunday. 8 P. M. Cottage Prayer Meeting NEW RIVER MISSIONARY BAPTIST Rev J. W Kaufmann, sup. and as the poet says: j.11
)(r. and Mrs. D. P. Loper and each Thursday 7:30: P. M. Church CHURCH.-Services every- We Are Chaser to Cod
at the
1 and Mrs. Ben 11 A. M. ply pastor Presbyterian J
Mr. at
children and located 3 1.2 miles southeast of let and 3rd Sundays Whatever we desire and where ',
WATCH Loper and children were shop- Starke. Rev C. C. Harris, Pas- .Rev. Truby Parrl h, Pastor. Public '. Church., will be absent for two ever we may plod j
In Starke Saturday. cordially Invited. weeks while in Philadelphia
ping tor We ought to think a little more ;
Deserves the Best Mrs. Henry Girton and daughter where he will end his pastorate of what we owe to God. ,
The Gift That Only and Mrs. Roy Hubbard and FIRST CHRISTIAN CIIURCIL WATEROAK n\PTIIoIT-8ervlces' there. We ought to thank Him. for I

daughter of St. Petersburg spent Bible School. 10 A. M. Preaching, every lit and 3rd Sunday at 11 this life with all its beautybright. ;.
You Can Give On Sunday Dec. 1, the Rev.
the weekend here as guests of lit and 3rd Sundays, 11 A. M A. M. and 7:30: P. M. Sunday : ,
10 A. M. I. A, Shepherd, chaplain at the
Neal. School Sunday "
.e '+ Cleveland and 7:30: P. M. 'Mid-Week Prayer every The sunshine and the flowers,
Avoid the Rush, See us 4 Misses Willie Mae and NormaLee Service, Wednesday 7:30: P. M. Rev. 0. E. Cutshaw Pastor. State Prison will rill the pulpit the sliver stars at night. .1

for an Appointment Today Jordan of Alachua spent the Woman's Missionary Council business and preach on the subject, "The The friendships and the pleasures :'
WRtc4 weekend here with their grandmother meeting' at the church, 1st WOOI) LAWN MISSIONARY! Meaning of Dlaclplrshlp." that are ours to have f:1'

HALLMARK. Mrs. S. R. Swindell. Thursday 3:30 p. m. at Church BAPTIST CIIUKCII. Sunday Dr. Kaufmann expects to return and hold
GREETING CARDSSee REPAIRTrustworthy Little Beverly Jarrell of Jacksonville for business and social meeting; School 10 A. M. Morning Wor to Starke about Dec. 15. And all the other thing, that I

Is the guest of her grandparents 3rd Thursday 3.30; p. m. at placeto ship. 11 A. M. Song Service 8 P. turn to memories of cold. I
our selection of other Service Mr. and :Mrs. W. W. M. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday I
be announced. Christian ChurchThe And we should try to !live our ,
GIFTS and TOYS Packham, here this week. 7:30: P. M. B.T.U. Friday 7:30: lives according to Ills way 'j

The community Is congratulating ST. MARKS' EPISCOPA p. M. Church located 3 miles Rev. Fred S. Dud will bo To glorify and honor Him by ''I
Hollywood Camera Harley F. Strong Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Orlffls on Church School 10 A. M. Morning west of Lawtey. Rev. T, C. Williams guest pruacher at the Christian what we do and say,
arrival of a daughter born at 11 A M. Pastor, .i.ito
the Prayer and Sermon Church next Sunday at 11 a. m. We ought to practice virtue and
and Gift ShopCall 137 West Call St. Alachua County Hospital, November (Holy Communion 1st Sunday) There will be no evening service set ourselves apart "

CAMP BLANDINO JEWELER 17. Mother and daughter aredoing Litany and Intercession. Friday SPONSORSOf Bible School is held at 10 a. m., And live a little closer to His

Street at Railroad SINCE 1941 fine. 7:30 P. M. Holy Days. 10 A. M.. and, Mid-Week Prayer Service kind and loving heart. .
- Mr. and Mrs. William Packhamand Holy Communion. Church open The Church Page Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 'Committee: Mrs. W. O. Halle I
family of Jacksonville apentthe dally for prayer and rest. Service Mrs. W. O. ChandlerMrs. ::1

- weekend here with Mr. and I Center open dally tor recre- Some people are always finding E. K. ferryman ':
Mrs. W. W. Packham. ation. Church St. at Jack*>n.I.AWIKV Tip Top Super fault with Nature's putting thornson .

1-.: L"t Everyone Is urged to remember Cllt'R'll'iSunday Alvarez Store roses; let's thank God for putting :
t services at Hope Baptist Church I Hollywood Camera roses on thorns. :'
z. at 11 o'clock A. M. School, 10 A. M. Morning -Karr. FirstPresbyterian ;
-- this Sunday
.. ,: .h : Falr.w and 7:30 o'clock P. M. which will Worship, 11 A. M. Young< People's & Gift; Shop I I

'IIoysIo''S .t, Ir be conducted by the Rev. S. E. Meet, 7 P. M., Evening Service Wednesday H. C. Wall Agency I ChurchI I
\ of Starke. Sunday School I 7:30: P. M. Prayer Service, Lawtey : ''I i.r i.
Sparks Carpenter'sCora
.x s pw A. M. and I 7:30: P. M. Rev. O. V. I u;
o'clock Church
1 sit at Baptist i
..1iR..PR convenes BTU begins at 7:30 o'clock P. M. Lee Pastor. J. E. Wall, Jr., -Cola Mottling Co. Services Sunday ,I"

S. S. Supt Leila's Sunday School": ; ; 10 A. M. I 11 :00 J\. M.

''l \, Bible Story HourThe FINE LEVEL; nAPTiMT.--Sun. Koch Drug Store Serviced 11 A. M., 8 I". M. I

of the Life olJoseph. day School. 10 A, af. Morning Tyus Dry Good Wednesday 8 p. m. i" 1

/ r Here' the better way the modern way, to ""Story continued at the Worship, 11 A. M. Song Service Drlifgers' Furniture Co.Robbins' Mid-Week Prayer Service
wool I
( your almoM irreplauable was 7 P. M. Evening Worship, 7:30: P. Guest Pastor
of the
protect curtains and slip cover against Tuesday afternoon session Teachers Meeting. Bible Study, I
germ51tlu i ingrained] italn*. Bible School and lie M. Co. A Cordial Welcome
/ esfurq thrinka.e and Community Monday. 7:30: P. !of. Mid-Week Hart Furniture Rev. L. A. Shepherd
"roke" or mixed drinks. children were present. Seversnew Wednesday. 7.30, i 1 1i
such so Starke
Rank at
Meeting. I
., / DOS 4! prayer Florida Extended to All
The new ,... process Christmas songs we r Pastor. II
only tawstfc mo.t repellent fabric but the Increases Jed ando weend *f learned and each child received > p. M. Rev. W. E. Hall Mike Maruca I I

give delicious eating apple.
of new. sn- Mrs. W. J. Churchwell was i CHURCHA
..'HOWI..Uf. your St. Mark's FIRST METHODIST
c.e"from your back following an absence due U First Christian

qdlar dependable"ua.ql&8liry quality dry cleaners. Illness, and other sponsors presenl Episcopal Church I Friendly Church In A Friendly

-- were Mrs. Titus Olson Mrs. Le Church Community
and Miss Kate Struth.
nencm -' Green The Community Bible School It Church School 10 A. :\1. .
Is held each Rev. Fred DoddWill and
non-denominational. Morning Prayer DKC.
Tuesday afternoon beginning Preach 11 A. M.
Methodist recreation Sermon The Way of The Lord" !
3:30 o'clock In the 11 A. '1"I"npare"e

DRY CLEANERS building and all chlldrer Sunday, 11 A. M. -: 1::JfJ I". AI. -"Christ* Challenge to a Desperate "i
are urged to attend. Church op"i dally for prayer World"
-=-- and -t. Service Outer op'a I
28STARKE Behind the dim unknown' for recreation.. I The Hev. W. J. ChurchwelJ. Pator
STARKE, A. :M. dally
P Standetb. God with the ,badowKeeping Bible School 10

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IN nnririT COURT. BRADFORDroUNTY. Coming COUNTY VLOR1UAI IN: CHAN- Atty. for Pir. 11-X CERY. Agnes C. Thomas ,, 'I'
FLOHIUAI IN : Angela" N. Caveae Plaintiff ... Anthony IN CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD vs. Morena Araoolo Defendant. South Carolina : :M0001r"' N0
Alf John Katierr. plaintiff int." Barbara M. Caveae Defendant. Case COUNTY FLORIDA IN:
K. Katseff, Defendant.. Case No. 6118. JF.RY. OF PUBLICATIONAND December 16. 1946 to
No. 6220. ORDER OF PUBLICATION: Earl B. Forle, Plaintiff VI. Claudia NOTICE TO APPEAR named court and In this
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Louise Foale, Defendant. Case No. STATE OF JPUORIDA TO: plaintiff seeks cause' ,'
NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA toi Mr. SUO. County Telegraph divorce Bra'
STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Anthony M. Cavese, whose residenceand ORDER OF PUBLICATION :Morena Aracclo, whose residenceand Ordervemer In n..t. shall publli,
Barbara K. Katspff whose residence w address la) 41 Carney Street I AND NOTIfB TO APPEAR address la: co| Uro Nassarena, Witnes. tour weekly I
and address U: 1016 E. S5th Street, 4 % Mrs A. Caveae, Glen Cove, New STATE OF FLORIDA to: Claudia Via L. Lucia Onerlla, Imperla, seal .t Stare hand and or
Brooklyn N. Y.: York. ,Louise Forle, whose residence and Italy! 12. 1946. Florida: this
You are required to appear on address la: 8GO Manachester Lane, You ,are required to appear on I (OFFICIALSEAL
December. 21, 1948 In the above You are required to appear on Silver Springs, Maryland. December 16, 1946, In the above As Clerk of ) v. J Th
named ., wherein December V, 1948 In the above You are required to appear on named court and cause, whereinplaintiff John said Court
rtCokrddlv"r' :.. Bradford named. Court and cauaewherein December 9, 1946, In the above seeks divorce.: Bradford W. MU.kort uoS CBuilding
thin plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford wherein Telegraph. shall publish this .Jackeonvlll" t
County Telegraph anal) publish named Court and cause, County Fla
Order In next. lour weeklyneue.. ... County Telegraph shall publish this. plaintiff seeks divorce., Bradford Order In next four weekly Issues' 11-\1; hIN
hand and official seal Order In next four weekly Issues.Wltnesg Telegraph. shall publish this -
Wltnesa my t seal County Witness my hand and official
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hand and
Starke thin November. M my Order In next four weekly Inauee.Wltneaa CIRCUIT
Rt Fl/rlila. seal at Starke Florida this November COI'n'r
at Starke Florida, this November nil
20. 1948.OFFICIAL. my; hand and official 14 1948.OFFICIAL. COUNTY. FLOltlnI'tpi
( EA .) A. J. Thomas 8. 1948. seal at Starke, Florida, this November ( SEAA. J. Thomas.A. CENT, l
e k OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas,
As Clerk aald Court. 'I ( 7, 1946.OFFICIAL. Clerk of Bald Court.. Ethel, Braeknen noger
Chat. H. lies M-Oli Realty tiolld' Aa Clerk of said Court. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, By Lucille C. Conner. D C. ". Joseph. 1-[. Rogers Plat
Jacksonville, forPlf. T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. Aa Clerk of said Court. Case No. 6188. >Deteo
Inav 111.33ttyL 11.8 4t 11-29 T. Frank. Landrum, Starke, Fla..,
12-11 Atty. for Pit Lucille C. Conner D. C. ORDER
By Ally for Fit. 11-16 4t 19. E'UI1LtCA'rIO
J. K. Skipper, Jacksonville, Eli.Alt AND NOTICE TO
-- IN CIRCUIT --COURT BRADFORD )'. for Plf. 11.8 4t 11.29 STATE ONaval FI.omDA'1'O AI'PIA!:
COUNTY, FLOHIUAI, <<:: *- 1IRY.; BRADFORD COUNTY, FLOHIUAI IN CHAN and address I. 693 whoR. .e.1
CHHV. Carrie Mae Steen Rowley Plaintiff CERY. Base.Bradford .
James A. Griffith Plaintiff Defendant.vspatrl- -awn p va. James It. Rowley, also known COUNTY; FLORIDAIN. CHANCERY. Barbara. Jackson Plaintiff vs. Joseph ollnalMonday Charleston, South
cia Joan Griffith, Case f+N- w'rh aa James Mlnker. Case No. 5189. H. Jackson, Defendant Case
No. 621*. M Francis Jack Saxon Plaintiff vs. 6204. December :
rM No.
xarrY OF
; ORDER I 16th'D194
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Maura I Ellen Saxon, the above
NOTICE TO APPEAR Case No. 6187.ORDER cOurt and ,
RTATM Patricia. OF Joan Griffith whose residence ___ _____ IT. Rowlay also known aa James AND NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA TO: County Telwri-v.
and addreim In unknown: Mlnker, whose residence and address STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mra.Marrle \ Joseph H. Jackson whose residenceand publish this Orderhf'nJJt
You are required. to appear on la unknown. Ellen Saxon, whoae real- address. unknown.' weekly Issue.
December 21, 194(1( In the above You are required to appear on dente and address la, Furman You are required to appear on Witness my hand ornel.
named Court and cause, wherein. December. 0, 1944 In the above I South Carolina. December 16-- 1946 In the above at Stark., Florida this 'th d
plaintiff. seeks divorce. Bradford named Court and cause, wherein You are required' to appear' on named court and cause, wherein. November. U411.
County Telegraph. shall publlah this plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford December 9, 1946 In the above plaintiff' seeks divorce. Bradford (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. I. Th
Order In next four weekly. issues. County Telegraph shall publish this named Court' and cause, wherein County Telegraph shall publish this Aa Clerk ofsaid Court
Wltneaa my hand and official Order In next four weekly I laauea. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford Order In next four weekly. 'laaues.Wltnesa Br Lucille. C. Conner D C.
anal at Hlarkn, Florida, this November Witness my hand and official County Telegraph shall publish this my hand and offlcla. John J. Henderson. Es n, gtusflne .
20, 1048. tn seal at Stark, Florida this November Order In next four weekly lasuea.Wltneaa seal at Starke Florida thl November Fla, Atty t<> ,
(OFFICIAL SISAL) A.. J.;Thomas, 7, 1946.OFFICIAL.' my hand and official 14, 1946. rl1l It!
Aa I" said ( SEAL) A. .T. Thomas seal; at Starke Florida this (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, -
Chas {kIret.. 204-05 rltieaki.BuIM.. Aa Clerk of said Court, ber 8, 1945.O.'ICIAL. Nov.m-I Aa Clerk of said Court. NOTICE
In_. Jacksonville Fla. Attya. for By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. ( SEAL) A. J. By Lucille C. Conner D. C. NOTICB IS IIEUKUY GIVP
Plf. 11-22 4t 12-13 R. H. Duncan Jacksonville.4t Fla. Aa Clerk of said Court. T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Fla. ALL WHOM IT MAY cov
Atty.,, for Pit 11.8 11-29 T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. Atty. for Plf. 11-16 4t 12.0IN Tin have filed my
Atty./ tor Plf. 11-6 ,4t 11-29 turn the cntate of Sam"
Emmett Defvndant. Beulah. Marie Bennett Plaintiff, v. Joseph -Thontaa, Plaintiff vs. Discharge aa Administrate
tl_ VN. Ethel Maude Avrett Joe Harry Bennett Defendant. Case Agnes C. Thomas, Defendant. Case said Samuel J. :
Cn.e N... 62411. Francesca Blnotto Betta, Plaintiff Norman Entai
ORDER OP PURLifAIONAND No. 6180. va. Camlllo Betta, Defendant. No.- 618. L. L. RenJroe, Admlnltt,
Harry Bennett whoRe residence and STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
address I. No. 2-B Charlotte., Charleston Camlllo Betta, whose residence and YOURThanksgiving
Scenes like the above will be witnessed here when the King S. C. address la unknown:

to town for one day only-Saturday; Dec. 14. You 'are required to appear on You are required to appear on
Bros Circus cornea December X,'1946, In the above. nam- December 16, 1948 In the above
The big top will be located at the show ground Just south of town ed Court and cause wherein. plaintiff named court and cause wherein DinnerAT
I seeks divorce. Bradford County plaintiff: seeka divorce.. Bradford :
on the Gainesville highway. Telegraph'shaD. publish this OrderIn County Telegraph shall publish this
next (our. weekly ISHUBB.Wltneaa Order In next four; weekly Ixauea. TilE
my hand and official seal 'd and officialaeal ,
Kthel' Maude Avrett, whose re.I.1!! address let P. "O. Pox 604 Lanche.- at Starke, Florida, this November atStare, Florida, this November

dunce and address. I. unknown: ter, South Carolina: 1, 1946. 14. ,'1944.' ) I
You are required to appear OnDecember (OFFICIAf.'SEAW A. J. Thomas,
You are required to appear on 23rd 1048 In the above (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Aa Clerk of said Court. .
above Court.
December l.lrd 1946 In the wherein Ae Clerk of Bald C.
and cause, Lucille C. D.
named Court By Conner
wherein Lucille C. Conner, D. C
and By
named Court e.u.e. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla.,
Bradford Samuel W. Gainesville, Fla.
divorce. Oetien
0 r County plaintiff Telegraph shall publish Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.Witness this. Atty, for Plf. s 1.6 4t 11-29 Atty. for Plf. 11-1S 4t 12-6

thin Order In next four weekly Issued my hand and official seal IX: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD Turkey Dinner

at *Btarke Florida, this November I.X: CIRCUIT COURT: BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA IN (;HANCRHY. -
SERVICEChas. : Witness my hand and official seal 31. 1948. COUNTY F"ORIII.1: CHAN-; .
at Sturke, Florida this November (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, CKRY.; Salvatore Clccone Plaintiff, va. AND ALL THE TRIMMING -
ao, 1D4A. said Court. Defendant. Case No.
Aa Clerk of Jean Clccone, .
OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas, D. C. Vivian Wllkena Brmtwlck. Plain '
Lucille C. Conner, E207.
By -
C. Ae Clerk of said Court T. Frank Laadrum. Stark, Fla. tiff, va.' Wilber Delmont lioatwlck. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND :
Zarh H. Douglas, Bon 411, aalne.YIII. .- Atty. for Pit 11.23 ** 13.1E: Defendant.. Cane No. 6194. NOTICE TO APPEAR :-
ShepherdAt ,for! dlf.. 11.2241, 13-ta IN CIRCUIT 'coimT.' BRADFORD STATE AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Mra. Jean Clccone, whoRe residence,
I. 1845 62nd Street
COUNTY FLOHIOAJ IN CM; ANVern1ai10tls. and address :

Gay's Service Station I.V: COUNTY CIRCUIT' Fl.OUIUAl COURT BRADFORD IN CIIANCERY. ; ; Plaintiff vs.' William residence Wllber Delmont and address Postwlck la Headquarters whose Brooklyn: You are, New required York:to' appear on FROM ,11:30 A. M. TILL?

Krlancln, Air Force Station In the above
otin.' known a* William Uobley, December 16, 1948,
Hubert" DII Courc"y Granger Plaintiff Defendant. Case No. 6J39. APO No. 88, .clo| Postmaster New named court and cause, wherein
va. Jenoenla Granger, Defend ORDER! OF PUBLICATION York, N. Y. plaintiff. seeks divorce. Bradford EVERYBODY WELCOME
ant Can No. 6213. NOTICE TO APPEAR You are required to appear on County Telegraph shall publish this :
PUBLICATIONAND STATE OF FLORIDA TO! December 18, 1 lit 8. In the above Order In next four weekly "' ..ue..
ORDER NOTICE op TO APPEAR William Otis, known ... William. named court and cause, wherein Witness my hand. and official ,
TailorMadeSEAT'COVERS TO whose residence. ) la unknown plaintiff' seeks divorce. Bradford seal at Stark: Florida, this November -
FLORIDA : Mobley, .
residenceIs County Telegraph shall publish this 14 1916. : Mgr..
;' Jenoenla unknown Granger. whose You 'are required; to appear on Order- In next four weekly laauea. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
: December 23. 19U.In the above Witness my hand and official Aa Clerk of said Court. -
You are required to appear on named Court and cause wherein seal at Starke, Florida, this November I By Lucille C. Conner D. C. I ., Phone 131.Wr .
December ISrd 1948 In the above seeks divorce, Bradford I, 1948.OFFICIAL .> T. Frank Landrum Starke Fla., .
named Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff Telegraph shall publish this ( SEAl.) A. J. Thomas, Atty. for Pit. 11-16 4t 12-
s cia'M( hVx'f roUV"w-.lly\! : Jt ** County. +ww+ .lanua .*> pie rlr nt ,.!it Hnlirt. .
r ., e. .
>> T vv nee .nrr mum -... .. ,
; j ie"i : % "for _
.. seal at Hrerke. Florida this November Ing Jack.on; : ; Atiy; ', "I .- "
Wltn" hand and official
sear at Htarke my, Florida, this lith 20? 194 .i ,. Pit,,. ,,11-15 4t 11-6 >1<'.. ,
A. J. Themas,
of November (OFFICIAL SEAL)
day l>4i I
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Aj J. Thomas, Aa Clerk of said Box Co..t.Z."h 411 Qalnesvllle INT CIRCUIT'COURT.' BRADFORD
H. Douglass
Aa Clerk of aald Court, COUNTY FLOHIUAI IN CHAN
Ky Lucille C. Conner U. C. for'plf.Fla. 11-12 4t 12-11 CKRY. I
John J. Henderson. K."., St. All Atty George F. Make, Plaintiff vs. Roma

guatlne, Fla., Atty. for Pit. I>.. Ma.... Defendant Case No. (113. .. ...

SEAT IN COUNTY J, Plaintiff- is.: Roma'.STATB D. Manwhose OF i FLORIDA residence TOt, and ",j J".It. \. Y' '' .'. '. I' f., .. .

Charles C. Rufflno Defendant. Case address Is unknown: .
COVER CO. Bare Rutted** Watt PI.lntll'f.' va. No. 1114. You are required to appear on .
ORDER OF PUBLICATION December 1*. 1 48, In the above' .
Guy L. Watts, Defendant. Case No. 1:11.: '; :: ,
6331. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR named court l and cause, wherein 1"..... ; ;. ,
STATE) OF FLORIDA to: Charles, plaintiff eeelka divorce. Bradford ; '
Phone. 10 Court: &.Madison.St ,. ,ANO. NOTICB TO APPEAR C. Ituftlno, whose .realdence. and County Telegraph shall publish this ', :/'.'I.u .
STATE OF FLORIDA TO: address la: 32S E. Hat Street New Order In next four weekly Issuea. .- _".....__ .,. ...... 'tJC6.( ..._. '"f"", . ,

Our L Watte, whoa residence and York. New York. Witness ray hand and official ,
You are required to appear on seal at Starke, Florida, this .November l' >'j.' ,.
December 9 1046, In the abovenamed 9. 1841. ": : ?" '
Court i and cause, wherein (OFFICIAL SEAL' A. J. Thomas, : .
plaintiff, seeks divorce.. EradfordCounty Aa Clerk of aald Court. ,. ; i :. .1 ... :
shall this Charles R. Hess. IDS BuildIn i 't' .
Telegraph publish Realty -II', T"" .. : t
R. B & Son Order In next four weekly Isauea. *. Jacksonville, Fla., Aty. for .' ; fi' .. I

Alvarez seal Witness at Btarke my, Florida hand and this November officialI Plf. r-' 11-15 V4t 13.1 : f'1; 1t; .' t: : 5 ') 1 ::11 .

( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,,' IN << BRADFORD .
Transfer & Go. Aa Clvr kof said Court.T. COUNTY. FLOHIUAI CHAN
Storage Frank Landrum Btarke, Fla. CERY. ;
Atty. for Pit. 11-1 4t 11-21 I John Thomas{Haaard Plaintiff vs. r
:; Katherine P.1 Hasard,. petendant. .......,..__... 'w.q. ,. '

e iMoving Montague Crummer_ Plaintiff STATE OF, FLORIDA TO:
va. Irene Etta Crummer De Katharine P. Hasard. whose residence -
We operate local ana long fendant. Casa No. B09J. andaddress IK 155 Boston

gad ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Street Salem Mass. Regardless of the removal of f the
distance Anywhere in NOTICE TO APPEAR You are required appear on :: : .
St STATE OF FLORIDA to: Irene December If. 114, In the above .
e tag" the State of Florida.! Etta Crummer, whoa residence and named court and cause, wherein .
address la: 801 80. LeRoy Street,,, plaintiff: seeks divorce. Bradford
Fenton Michigan County Telegraph shall publish this
Fast You are required to appear on Order In next four weekly. Issues.
Moving December 9, 1948, In the abov e Witness my hand and official : 0. P. A.

plaintiff named Court seeks and dlvorr cause, BradfordCounty wherein vember-I31944.seal at Stare, Florida, this No : ceiling on Coca-Cola, our .
Telegraph shall publish thliOrilr (OFFICIAL LSA.. J. Thomas,
In next four weekly Isauea.Witness Aa Clark of said Court. *
EXTRA LIGHT BREAD! my hand and official I By Lucille C.. Conner, D. C.
seal at Htarke Florida this November Chas K.. Hems, 204-95 Realty Bull.
I. 1946.4OFFICIAL. ding, Jacksonville, Fla.. Aty. for
SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Pit. 11.16 4t 12-4 price has not been
Aa Clerk of said Court. Y I -". :
Rivers and Anderson, Green 'Cove ',
Hprlnas, FloridaAttya. '
,, SAKE NNSe for Plf. 11-S 4t i' *i 7

#, :: IX CIRCl'IT COVRT. BRADFORDCOL'N'I'Y O. Clarke Oarvey, Plaintiff vs. .
e FLURln.C'I"N.. Laura F. Qarvey. Defendant.. Case
FJ&Ie CF R V. No. 8108. You may continue to enjoy deli.. .
V Bruce Mima, Plaintiff ".. Sennl ORDER OF PUBLICATION .;
A Mlm, Defendant. Cans No. 61T7. AND- NOTICE TO APPEAR
4$ AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Laura F". Qarvey whose residence
rr.F yt STATE OF FLORIDA to: Bennie and address la: lao Woodalde Village -
: e.II Mima whoa residence, and address Stamford: Conn. ..

la December148.'You unknown.are required. In lo ,appeal the above on named December You are court 1 required*.land, 1844, In to the appear above on clues and refreshing Coca-Cola at

cause wherein
named Court and'tcause, whereinplaintiff
plaintiff seeks '
eeeka divorce. Bradford Bradford c' ':
: County >
shall publish this '
County Telegraph shall publish this Order Telegraph .
0 Order In neat four weekly Isiiuea.Wltneaa weekly'Issues. '
i e my hand and official Witnessmy hand and official
seat at Starke. Florida, this November seal at Star Ice, Florida, this No five cents Per bottle
1. 148.OFFICIAL. vember 14 1948OFFICIAL asa
-1I ( SEAL) A. J.. Thomas. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ways.
Aa Clerk of said Court. Ae Clerk of said Court-----., ....,...i..., ,
J. 3. Harrison Jacksonville Fla. By Lucille C. Conner; : D. C. .,.... >"'
Atty. for Plf. 11.8 4t ll2IX William D. Floor .
I Clark Building.. Jacksonville, Fla. :
J Atty. for Plf. 11.15 4t ll131 -. '

I Full-strength yeast acts faster because it's NTY. rLQRIDCHAN.. CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD : .

itrltooY. Johnson Plaintiff "'.. COUNTY.! F"ORIO" IX CHAN .,- ... .. .. .
'Alverna Cooper Johnson Defendant. CERY ;. 1 .J '\' .
fresh I FIeiachmann'0 fresh active Yeast right to ., ... 't \ j .
4 goes Case-No. tt8ORDER Violet Mull Quinn Plaintiff. -,f' r...'. '" >' l'.1 '
OF PUBLICATION James J. Quinn Defendant. Case \' lit' .1\ .L
I tastier bread .
work-makes sweeter helps insure AND NOTICE TO APPEAR No. 6101. & t. ..t' .

. tender light texture. IF YOU BAKE AT HOMEuse STATE OF FLORIDA to: Alverna ORDER Of PUBLICATION .
Fleischmann'a active, fresh Yeast address la: R. F. t>. No.1. STATE OF FLORIDA TO CO.

with the familiar yellow label. Depend- Ueorcetown.are required Delaware.You to. appear on Mr. James J.' ,ulnn. whose real .. ........:' "* .... .. '. I. e -. ''kf ; '. .
deuce let ilk Balnbrldge Storey --'''' ... ... -" '.''. .;; '
December 9. 148, in the above Brooklyn New -.-.-- 4. '. .''' ;c',''.,' '' ,
' .able-America's time-tested favorite named Court and cause wherein : York.
You are required to appear on ', : .. .:' >
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford '
1. for 70 December It, U4S. In the abovenamed ;: 0< -
over Telegraph shall publish
years. this .
::" ..
. Order In next four weekly (laauea.Wltnasa court and cause, whereinplaintiff .Go '... oiI': ,' .
; .. .
seeks divorce Bradfanl -f.,. '-.. ".,.
hand POfi .
and official : .
my County Trlegreph shall publish thla .. .
.f"4 "
I seal at Stark> Florid., this Novem Order la next! four weekly l...u... ,' : r'
bee *. 1D48.OFFICIAL.. .. t.'i'f'\
sea latapgtar1kiqehFloridaAthisflNo/ \ .- ,' .
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas .. __ :
: .. / ,
As Clerk of said Court. vember 14 1944. > ..
William D. :Morgan Jacksonville: OFFICIAL .
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas ,
Florida. Aa Clerk of said' Court. a. tr: r
t Atty. for Plf. 11-$ 4t 111JJi ,
I By _Lucille C. Conner, D. C. --" -

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