Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 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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System ID: UF00027795:02884
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Tornadoes Meet Alachua Here TonightIn Blanding Center Building Sold For $45,000; !{

Annual l BHS

Homecoming EventA Being Converted to Use By Florida PlasticsLegion _

visiting Alachua eleven will do its utmost to upsetBradford's

Homecoming apple cart tonight (Friday) in a {

game which will see the Starke team minus the services of Launches New Firm Will Manufacture

tWO; and perhaps three of the first string. Billy Miles star Advertising Displays For

ward, was victim of a knee injury in the St. Leo affair Contest for MembersTwo

ud McRae, halfback, suffered a broken ankle in the Lake National Market
teams of Legionnaires,
Douglas, a regular at half has appointed
City game. reported a knee by Commander S. O.
ailment but may be in sufficiently good shape to see action. Denmark at the recent business '.r Convention of Starke from a wartime to peacetime

Alachua, boasting of but two losses for the season Itn,__ meeting of Pout 56, will conduct basis was virtually completed this week with the sale of

Lake Butler and Trenton) is a county-wide, campaign to increase BlandinK Center huge one-time GI amusement building, to

averted to have been pointing McClane local membership of the Florida Plastics, a manufacturing concern, for $45,000.

for Starke and in anyuse ReturnsTo veteran's group. The two committees Irt Climaxing weeks of negotiation between 13. H. Hankin

will make a battle of it. Duties Here designated as the "Reds" Francis S. lienefield. and Charles L. Henderson, partners in

The rivalry between the two As Farm Agent"It's and i'Blues" will compete for the Florida Plastics and Joe Arnold, secretary and local representative .

teams is annually on par with higher enrollment. of Blanding Center Inc., contracts for the East

the Lake Butler encounter as great to be back In Brad- Membership of one team in 1 composed kji' rt Call Street building were

among the harder-fought of thejUr. ford County" T. K. McClane Jr. of Harley F. Strong S. 0. = r signed this week and equip

) .Tornadoes.. .. !said this week, in returning to L.Denmark Crosby, A. 'Carson J. Thomas Geiger and Lu-A. Starke Selected ment, for the manufacture of
Down TigersLake advertising disp 1 1" a from
his duties as County Agent. Absent clan Conner T. C. Haaen and y
City cam, saw and was (. plastics wood and metal is
conquered here last week, 21 to!I Irea from Starke since 1941 the Louis the second Drake,, committee.were appointed to .f.t'4 After Wide TourThe already being,moved in. Actual

>0>, in a game which by all odds veteran agricultural official replaces L ( production will begin
the thriller of the season L. T, Dyer, who has been Qualifications for entry into y tw within
30 it
days stated.
He Tornadoes staved off the named Veterans Vocational In- the Legion require only that the selection of Staike as the was
Tigers' fourth quarter rally'and structor for Union County. applicant to an honorably discharged ii.M: site for the new Florida Plastics Hailed by the Starke Chamber -
veteran of the Armed manufacturing plant came as the of Commerce as the fir.I t
with Godwin
added a Surveying the familiar Office Pictured above receiving an official welcome to Starke from
of Forces result of an intensive four-month tangible result of the city's year-
providing' a one-point margin in the courthouse, which he left : Chamber of Conwierce; Secretary Lucian Conner' (without coat) are I study of various locations old effort to attract industry the

victor). just prior to the war, McClane : (left to right) F. llenrfleld, B. II. Ilaakln. and C. L. Hcmleriwm. throughout Florida B II. Rankin, new enterprise will start operate

Mooney slashed off-tackle from reflected that "as I sit here at Board Discusses I partners In Florida Plantlr, technical engineer and one of ing with a minimum of 50 employe
the one yard line to score the my old desk and In the same .". three partners In the firm, stated and an estimated. annual
Inning touchdown, and a few chair I left nearly six years
yesterday payroll of 170,000.( Ultimate expansion
DomenU later broke up a desper- I can truthfully way it's the fired Road ProblemsJohn c..xA "Starke was the first community is expected to require a
its drive by the Tigers with atss time I've really felt 'at home' we visited In our quest maximum personnel of 300 em.

; Interception, which returned since my separation from the for a suitable location! and It was .,., and If other plans "sUtloooking"
be: boIl to Starke at the game's last Christmas. i
Army division 1
R.' Blade engineer P Ws ,t our eventual choice," Mr Hankln materialize the plant'soutput :
Kill "I have such a high regard And of the State Road Department, said In dlsciiHHlng the establishment may require a total of BOO
Bradford trimmed the visitors' respect for Mr. Dyer that I know' met with the County Commissioners of the new enterprise here workers.

confidence at the outset when in I'll have to hustle to give the Monday In discussion of "We found no other locality bet- First order to be turned out

:be first period. "Pot LJcker" Mc- people the high type of service drainage and road construction. ter adapted to our needs, and here will be 159,000 automatic

!'se scored from the Lake City he has given. Mr. Dyer has a, Complaints made to the Board. In ++' the fact that Stark had a Urge cigarette dispensers whiten will go
M, Godwin converting. The wonderful record of 30 years' which water drained from state building already available weighed Into production as soon aa a
Burke forwards and an alert service to farm folks and rural roads was reported to have Inundated heavily in our. --.iltlmate decision shipment of plastic can be
ndary contrived to hold Lake youth' and I pay sincere tribute adjacent farmlands'* were to locate here"' brought to Starke. Operation

City scoreless while Harley re- to him and especially to his fine, brought) before Slade. I and a :Mr. Hankln expressed his ap- will not be held tip pending complete -

jovered a Tiger\ fumble and com- work in Bradford County." thorough Investigation was pro. preciation of the efforts of H. A. remodelling of the building,
lined with Godwin to make it here mised.Jn" .' Converted from an amusement seater for servtremmi during the but and
McOane was county agent Manasaa who was one of the first necessary changes renovation -
14 to.0 at .the half.BHS from' 1938. Prior to then he was response .to the visiting period of Camp Bleeding' activity; this largo bonding on East fall parsons he met here on bIll original rwlll proceed after actual

Un Holds assistant agent In Santa Rosa engineer's suggestion! the com Street, will soon bum with the production .f advertising dtepUya, jr
Lake City 'fame Back la a swift County; beginning with) his grsdwatyoik missioners Instructed the clerkto ear ;; 1".f. tertaliyj In/-establishing Son teem !e FtorldaVnastles already ball

utd determined fashion ,|.. the -,from thJS University of preserve right-of-way deeds .L. Company.I ue-Labor.Cajlf .wj.HiJhsu'owners, of;..Blanding'.- 'tuitraDts'wtfliswerat'nationallyknown. .
I'd qua ur.. t.bf' a11 Florida jJn.lWS.Pl early edu
lowafield }:* .Stark >. 9%f yard- lien' nssw'.etve4''Ir: ; \ the public I Otis parts'ot the county. until'(haState A call tot men and women workers* td M,aur' lo'yeel loin who made It: possible for r capacity of the plant will b4 about -
schools of WaPchulaZ to Hardee made a full check as to the new plant to. locate here. 2,000 dl.playg.p.r day It
its wbere Crtswttt passed toItrnes ; I Florida riastto was Issued' yesterday by"offlcl; .U of the cocao :
for, a touchdown. Thetatfon County. I It their /prospects asserted that of certain construction routes pear who stated that temporary estfploytneat e*flee will open "I also 'wish to thank the was stated, varying..,scaoeding to
linesmen'' to Durin.he'war he seized five was Chamber of Commerce the City
) rose
again type.Henderson
during the activity of Monday M the company's' plant (the farmer.BUodUg ant l
he occasion and blocked the try years with the.field artillery and I proposed ;'.' Council, and the Rotary Club for president the
Blanding. Including one bnUdlog) on )cut Call Street. ,.. Is native 'of JacksonVille
!ot point Lk City brought the attained the rank of lieutenant- Camp **, their wholehearted cooperation." company, a -
core just short of a tie-up early eolonel aa oemmaader of the 318th from Highway 100 to Hampton B. R. Hankln.technical engineer i started that ao applications Mr. Hankies stated. "Without their and will continue h1a' own....

i the fourth.- M Criswell oncere 9. A..' *. 109 hoWitzer' battalion and one from Route IS to Lawtey, will be considered from anyone already employed In cooperation our coming Into .hlp and management: of the)

scored, from, the Tornadoes' with, the 81st Division,' which would in all likelihood be built I Starke bet these not working or employed elsewhere will receive Starke would have been Impos Henderson Neon Sign Company

and mad the kick good. fought In the ''Leyte and Palau as planned. careful eoosldeimtlon. There) wUl be a training setup for sible." In that city.Benefield. .
O. E. Coxe, John N Spearingand vice president. Is a
The game 'thereupon resolved campaigns of the South Pacific. George D. Lltherland., dl -: girls, paid will:' they learn at a minimum starting wage of former resident of Indiana and
been Soil
ato something-of a battle royal. Since discharge he has cussed with the commlsiloners ,40e.per hour. Hundreds Attend during the war was a chief civilian

nth the gridiron 'equivalent, at Conservationist Extension with Service the Agricultural at the- ways and means for clearing the All typee of help art! needed from office workers to labor Formal OpeningOf construction' engineer on the

it-fighting and no quarter asked right-of-way' for a road to the Mr. Ilankta stated and any skilled trmdraraant not already. employed Alaskan Highway'

Ether team gaining; any par- University. Indian Rock subdivision at Lake locally, should Inquire. The plant will eventually employ Firestone StoreThe Hankln, who will spark the new-
ular until Starkeke McClane has purchased the one-
advantage Santa Fe. The delegation's suggestion 60 percent women and .40 percent men It was Mid. enterprise as technical engineer,
> Into the clear with a time W. P. Smith residence on preview opening of the
tax district was formerly president of the Art
that a special The type of work performed In the plant will be assembly.
oucbdown march featuring a run South Church street and will new Firestone Store at 10th and
of Winston
be created and the necessary It will be clean and non-hazardous. Display Company
there with his on IICbtpowerhIaH. Temple Streets on Thanksgivingeve
the his
Harley. make
one-yard stripe by assessments made, was referredto Salem N. C., an enterprise so.gaged -
(ooney scored and Godwin added wife: formerly Miss Wilma Duke the county attorney for report was) attended by 438 guests In the same type of manllfajvtliVA -

e vital extra point. Lake City of Gainesville, and his eons, Tom scheduled to Funeral Friday Rites WednesdayFor according to Owner J. P. Roberts w._ .w... that will KA fl .nmwimA... ...... w.MMhere. .
With the The gathering Inspected the
taliated with a touchdown by aged 10, and Don y- .
tountree, and made the try for He stated that no change in replace structures wooden bridges at various\ with locali concrete For Mrs. Anderson Mrs. HerlongMrs. firm's lane stock of electrical, All three men are married and

Int good. bringing the score to personnel or in general policy are appliances, automotive accessories will establish residence In Starke
ties on hlghwaySOO the board Fri Blanche d. 74, and and received
held Herlong sporting goods
services were
120.' of of Funeral
In the closing contemplated In the operation as soon as suitable living quarters'
4 had moved at the received a request from the day afternoon of last week for wife of Dr. M:. R Herlong, died gifts. It Is stated that Mrs. R. r. '
game the visitors the County Agent's office can be found. At present they
Is State Road department's right- Mrs. Ida Rosetta Anderson. 88, of Monday at her home here following Demorest was awarded a SUes
Sep down field when Mooney time. "Our one purpose are living In Jacksonville.
of-way Division for specified borrow 2 Stark In the Church of a brief Illness. She was a Coffee Maker James Cannon of
Route ,
tercepted a pass returning the to do what we can to make folks authort- Included In the U ,OOO sale l II
The clerk was Wai- native of Cincinnati Ohio and Palatka. former of the
*U I pits. Christ here. The Rev. A. ,. owner
safely to Bradford possession and more prosperous on the main Blending Center build-
t happier red to make title searches for Johnson officiated. Burial moved to Starke ten years ago! Bradford Barber Shop receivedan
the final whistle. farm he concluded. drep ing embracing 18,000 square
the ,
sites and acquire Jacksonville. electric Iron and Mrs RobertA.
the proposed and arrangements from
Dekle cemetery
In statistics, the Tigera drew was feet of'floor' apace, the smaller"bowldrome"
such titles as could be obtained of the Lee of Jacksonville won a
were In charge In addition to her husband Mrs.
nod on first downs 13 to 10, building and 18
Me Bradford had a slight edge Rites WednesdayFor without cost to the county. Wilson Funeral Home of Lake Herlong Is survived by a stepson Firestone Mlxmaster, acres of land. At the present I'' ,

1 yards gained by rushing, 266 Plinnie Hicks I The Increasing number of stock Ben Granger of Cincinnati. Mr Roberts reports that the time only the main building will \

1 222. Lake City's aerial at- I owners who request constructionof City.A native of Michigan, Mrs. Anderson Funeral services were held Wednesday tore opened to excellent business be used but eventual expansionwill I

k netted 72 yards In five of Pllnnie R. Hicks, 58. a native cattle guards on county roads spent most of her life In afternoon at 3 o'clock at on Friday' morn log. Hoursof necessitate use of Uie smaller
Passes attempted, while I I Alabaman and resident of Brad-' may henceforth build the guards Florida and at the time of her the Seashole Funeral Parlors In the firm are from 8 a. m. to building also, it was stated.

>rke's three of 10 tries gained ford County for' 13 years, died at their expense, according to demise' was residing here with her Jacksonville, with the Rev. Fred 8:30: p. m.Rotarians. The property which has been
suddenly last Sunday. Dec. 1,' county specifications. The board'ssupervision daughter Mrs. E. A. Edwards. Turner officiating. The body was unused since the inactivation of

With .esult adding a gloss His wife was the late Lottie Spi-' will require that the She was a member of the Churchof cremated. Discuss Camp Blending a year ago was)
'? a memberof cattle guards are 13 feet long purchased from Blending Center
111 ali "respectable season's vey Hicks. He was Christ. Business Practices
with the road), and Inc., of which Major K. D. Connell -
"""tagcr.. it was due generally the Baptist Church. (crossways She Is survived by three daugh- Rosenberg Moves y
all!! memberw of the team. Fans Survivors' Include three daughters six feet wide. and made of four ters. Mrs. Edward, :Mrs. Mae A discussion of the t-Way Test Is president W. H. Edwards
walls 30 inches To New Jr. vice president and Joe Arnold
Particular' paid tribute to theY Mrs. W. M. Holloway and six-Inch concrete Bennett of Lake Butler and Mrs. QuartersSam r of business and professional standards -
of Manning. Knight. Carter. Miss Vellta Hicks of Andalusia deep and two Intersecting bearing Anna, Alexander of Oakland, Cal. ofa was presented at the Rotary secretary and treasurer.
Inches Rosenberg
McRae boys, Monteith and Ala., and Mrs. Ennis Dozier of walls six Inches and 30 She Is also survived by 10 grandchildren Club Wednesday by J. Fred Guy
store here
of secondhand goods
l... rds-but the singling out of Crestvlew. Ala.; five sons. 3. R., deep. Decking is to consist and 7 great grandchil chairman of the Vocational Ser Gary Cooper Film
railroad t for the past seven years an-
ID>, names above others seemed Starke; B. C., Brooker; RobertA four-Inch Iron pipes inches or and a nounced this week the moving of vice Commute At Florida Sunday"Cloak

arcely! In order The entire .. Barbervllle; P. O., Andalusia Iron spaced four the best available dren.Pall bearers were Lester Pre- his business from his old locatIOn The points by which Rotariansare
fv'n and reserves turned In a Ala.; and W. H., stationed with 10-foot gate of with two vatt James A. Sasser. T. C. Edwards to the Denmark Building in asked to Judge their business and I>a.ger," the new
'e Job In stopping the favored the Army in Hawaii. He Is also material painted R. L. Thomas J. W. Wood- the store must recently and professions! practices are: Gary Cooper vehicle will open at
'''tors, who previously had de- survived by five brother and a coats of cole tar. ward and O. C. Edwards.' space 1. Is it the truth r the Florida Sunday for a two-
>ted Gainesville, Ocala Duncan sister A motion by' E. L. Crawford to occupied by ShafkUi's.The 2. Is It fair to all concerned T day showing, followed on Tu a-

Metcher. Live Oak and Day- Funeral services were held at provent use of Bradford's grading Offers large stock of the business, 3. Will It build good will and day' by a 20th Century.Foxmusical
of the county Jeweler was previously housed at 233-228 better T "
's s.cb. at New Hope equipment friendships "If I'm Lucky
2 p. m. Wednesday LaCrosse with the Rev. was defeated by a majority vote., Novel Gift TableA Can St. In the Woodbrldge build- .4. Will It be beneficial to all Rated mm the outstanding spy a
Church C. I1. .
to instancesIn ing recently purchased by concerned? '
Interment was The motion referred melodrama among current release
ire Threatens Moody officiating. under the which road maintenance had "Santa Claus gift table", Nasworthy. The structure Is Taking part on the discussion "Cloak and Dagger" de-

>e Milky Wayrapidlyspreading In New Hope of DeWltt Cemetery C. Jones. required Improvements where laden with surpl1 e.. Is the novel currently being enlarged and remodeled were E. L. Matthews. A. J. plcts O.8 8, operations in Italy
direction winding roads crossed the county Yuletide offering of the Harley F. for a new business as yet Thomas and J. H. Dupre. with Cooper cast as a scientist

r1 fire in the line. Strong Jewelry Store on Call St. unannounced. Guests at this meeting IncludedT on a government oV active assign
pen J of the Milky Way. onf"t j Boy Scout News announced that the K. McClane' Jr., a past president ment. The film Introduces Lllll
NOTICE Strong of the club who this week attractive British actress
Call Street was brought at KINDERGARTEN contain a variety of Recent Births Palmer
ller quick control by the City Sixteen Scouts were present Dancing instructions will be packages resumed his duties as county agricultural to the American audience and
f* Department In answering a the Monday night meeting in the added to the regular kindergarten Items valued up to |:50. Including SAB. IIOPK IIOLI ),\Y agent here. features J. Lester Brombrrg and
I Armory on North Temple avenue. Christmas Mrs. diamonds watches compacts, Arthur Holiday Robert Aid*.
[ at 1:" Tuesday afternoon. of the carriculum after Mr, and Mrs. .
Smoke was pouring from the Last Friday eight members 70 en- :Martha: Smith sponsor. stated Identification bracelets, pearls announce the birth of a daughter Final Pecan Sale Perry Como, Harry James Car-
t truck's : local organization. lf. Mrs. James RIley will Parker on Saturday, men Miranda and Vivian Blaine
of the building on the the this w silverware watch bands. Sara Hope
Joyed a hike made possible In this new de- Vincent's Hospital FInal auction of the combine tholr.Ulents, to make a
val, but with efficient actionthe closed for teach the tots and lockets. All Dec. 7. In St. pecan
damage I fact that school were pens pencils Jacksonville. Mrs. Holiday Is the season was held at the Starke worthy offering of "If I'm
[ of partment.Mrs.
part foremen Those
Thanksgiving holidays. will be sold during the with which continues\ through
I Lurky",
that packages Farmers' Market Tuesday
confined to walls adjacent to excuralon Smith also stated former Miss Sara Hope
Faulty heater. i participating in the Christmas kindergartenhours holiday season for $1 each. ..;-- 11.045 pounds of nuts sold at an ThurmMy. "Hi. picture signalsthe
hot water Orider. after
The! alarm was the second In I I were Dan Priest.Thomas Lloyd Harding.Jr. will be S o'clock a. m. un- The local Jeweler advises his Mrs. Joe Devlin (f Gainesville average price of S3 l-2c per arrival of Perry Como. radio.
Don Humble. Growers received an star as a new personality.The
town Starke within two Louis Haines til 1 o'clock p. m. Mondays customers to try their luck In spent Monday here with her aunt. pound.
cast Is beaded!
.. Ralph Bryan. tuition estimated total of '3,&93.09 from supporting
that Miss
[ ,Fire was threatened by Manning and James New- through Fridays and buying a valuable gift at a fraction Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, and by comedian Phil Silvers.
l bort circuit in the Guidon Doyle fees will be 110 per month for of Its eot. Sara Barefoot the days sales.

eat the, preceding Wednes- .0m.T.. B. Harding. Jr.. Scribe. each child.

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. . . . . . sonville spent Thanksgiving with L. B. Crosby In Greensboro over Miss Joyce Bennett

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH her parent, Mr. and Mm. Dave the weekend.Mr. Itor to Jacksonville! .. e
State Farm BrookerBy Green. and Mrs. L. H. Hill and Dr. and: Mrs.: lest
Established 1877E. J. M. Markey Sr. and Mr. and A. C. Pearce were In Fort Myers Gainesville ana W p
By hire Bryan Whitfield Mrs. T. W. Markey and during the weekend visiting their SI, and
L. Matthews __?___-__- Editor and Owner . . . Mrs. J. M.' Markey Jr. sister, Mrs. Pearl Blount. D. Crosby of stark,
. . . daughter, Helen, of Waycross, guests of Mr. fe*
Mrs. A. Z. Futch of Quincy is and
PabUAllfliVeekly on Fridays wad Entered M Seeond Ck** Matter Community Club Meeting HOSTS AT DINNER Ga. were dinner guests of Mr. spending this week at the homeof Futch on 'rha.nk
Tuesday afternoon of last week Sunday Dec. 1, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. T. W. Markey Thanksgiving Frank
at the Pout Office at Starke Florida. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Futch near Will o!
the Community Club met in the Cephua Harrnll entertained at Day. Lawtey. several days last Mrl
club rooms Fall flowers were their attractive home several of Mr., and Mrs. Sanford Ritch family "
Mrs. Rosalie McLeod and children -
WHEN A HOUSE KICKS YOUA placed advantageouHly in decorating their relatives and friends witha and son, Gene of Starke are
in Madison for
were the
he for this occasion. As presiding dinner. At the while here with Mr. I
friend of mine flays that when he was a young man turkey noon spending a holidays with her father E. H. ;
went into a barn and one of the horses kicked him. He was officer, Mrs. P. D. Fan- bountiful meal was spread on along and Mrs. L. A. Brown. Smith. ;
cher conducted the business session. table under the oak trees. t jjlo
MO angered that he reached for a broom and was about to go MIsa Phyllis Hazen of FSCW Miss Marguerite WaInwright,
During thi social hour, a Mrs.
Those present were: Mr. and : i4.
when his father appeared. Tallahassee, spent Thanksgiving1with who is attending Florida State .
into action musical ._: -
program was prevented H. N. Baxter and two children her parents, Mr. and Mrs.B. yIf '
"What are you going to do with that broomstick?" he by Betty Williams and Carolyn Mrs. Ada Harrell of Jacksonville, F. Hazen. College, was the holiday guestof R'.
Crews, and refreshments consisting Mr. and Mrs. Drew Dukes of Wade Harrell made a business her parents, Mr.*and Mrs. T. L.

asked."I'm of sandwiches and cookies Worthington Springs Wiles Du- Wainwright.
going to beat this horse. trip to Gainesville Monday.E.
Miss Hester
with coffee, were served by Mrs.J. bose and sister, Mrs. Stephens, of W. Hodge and son E. W.. Starling spent the
"Why?" G. Caldwell and Mrs. J. A. Fort White, Mrs. T. W. Waters, Jr. and Mrs. Alfred Thomas holidays with her sister Miss'
"Because he kicked Bouvler hostesses. Winnie Starling in Jacksonville.Miss .
me. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis demons. relatives at Dukes'
were visiting
"Aren't you supposed to know more than a horse?" M. D. Harrell and Yvonne Harrell Linda Carter spent, the
New Farm residents are Mr. Sunday. weekend with her
aunt, Mrs. Annie -
"I hope I know more. of LaCrosse Mrs. Clayton Weeks'!
and Mrs. Anderson and fam-
"Did the horse' know it was you he kicked at? Did you ily, Mr. and Ivy:Mrs. W. H. Morganand and daughters, Marguerite and . . . Miss Curley Ada in Edwards Jacksonville.
spent several
to him when stepped behind him?" Ida Lee. Mrs. Eldon Weeks of -
peak you family and Mr. and Mrs. days last week In Jacksonville
Santa Fe, Raud Crews. Wallie LAWTEYBy
"No. Emory Hlnes. with her sister, Mrs. R. W. Mix- Expert Bit
Crews, Donald Hazen, Harvard
"Well the older said "now is a good time for you y<
man Mr.
and Mrs. Bard Gale and Hazen Mr. and Mrs. Wade Har- The School
to fasten in your mind the thought that nothing can ever daughter, Sharon, of Palatka rell and son, Luther, Mr. and Mrs. . . . a on.Rev.. and Mrs. G. V. Lee moved Repair

happen to you in this world that you aren't responsible for, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. W. Markey Mr. and Mrs. El- SCOUTS ENJOY O.UT1NO into the pastorlum Tuesday. We Whether It's a major

at least partially. Maybe you are wholly responsible. Startin W. Woodard Thanksgiving Day. don Hardy. Mrs. Harrell was assisted The Lawtey Boy Scouts, and are very glad to welcome them to tIon or the mere tlghte

by' taking the blame for things that go wrong in your Thanksgiving holiday guests of in serving by Mrs. Drew Scoutmaster J. E. Wall Jr.,wentto our city. .a bolt yea can be su
life and you'll beat up fewer horses and men. If you are Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall were Dukes, Mrs. Wade Harrell, and New River on a camping and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore, Rev. bicycle will rerelta prom

honest with yourself, the thing that went wrong went wrong Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fish and Mrs T. W. Waters fishing trip last Thursday. The North, of Lawtey, Miss Rachel careful attention here
time children of Jacksonville. boys caught fish and'had a very Boyer and Miss Ernestine Mooreof
because you failed to do what was right at some or
During the Thanksgiving sea Charles Baxter of Jacksonville nice Thanksgiving outing. Troop Jacksonville were Thanksgiving BIGGS &
other. When horse kicks are in the wrongif BA
any you, you spent Thanksgiving with his
son Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher 110 Is making rapid progress under dinner guests of Mr. and
only by being where his hoof could connect with you. visited friends and relatives in grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade the leadership of ScoutmasterWall Mrs. Fred Moore. BICYCLE STOP

Editor's Note-The above bit of philosophy was writtenby River Junction. Tallahassee and Harrell. and the people of Lawtey Miss Lou Edwards spent Friday
Thomas Drier in his book "Your Life." Many of us in Perry. :tee Green of Gainesville madea should do all they can to helpin and Saturday with Miss Ernes 125 W. Call St. start)

these days of fast and pressure living, lose our perspectiveof Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner entertained business trip here Saturday this great work. We have no tine Moore in Jacksonville.

life's real values. To men like Tom Drier falls the job of as Thanksgiving dinner morning.Mr. organization that gives the boys

bringing to our attention some of those values and in his guests Mrs. H. L. Fowler, Mr. ant and Mrs. Lonnie Morgan more good /training/ than the h--

writings may be found much that we overlook In life each Mrs. H. L.. Fowler, Jr.. and son, of Tampa ,spent Thanksgiving Scouting program. REFINEMENTin
day. Larry, and Misses Hattie and holidays here with friends and

-Exchange Nettle Mae Fowler of Lake But- relatives. Members of the M. Y. F. attended every necessary detail in a Service

ler.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long and the Garfleld-Evans unionat available locally and
and Mri. J. A. Bouvier the Methodist Church in Starke widely known
of Starke '
baby were Thanksgiving
GUARD YOUR INFLUENCE left Saturday for Miami to visit dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. last Monday night. for its modest cost its wholesome

Every man's influence, in one way or another, leaves a relatives for about ten days. C. Long. Mrs. E. W. Ayres spent the courtesy and always tactful sympathy.
Miss Billie Jean Pollock of Thanksgiving holidays at her
permanent mark upon the well-being of succeeding genera- Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rogersand :
Starke was the guest of Mr. anJ home In Longwood.
tions.A son, Ronnie Lee, of Jackson *
Mrs. J. M.
Bradley Thanksgiving Miss Elithe Collins spent the
million years after a star has collided with another, or ; Day. ville spent Thanksgiving with holidays with her mother in

had a sudden burst of energy before cooling down, astrono- f Coming from their respective Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gay. Gainesville. Mrs. Collins came ,a DEWITT C. JONES
Friends of Pan-Inn will
mers are able to read the record of that distant event. The schools Bradley Geiger, Jimmie Floyd home with her daughter for a AMBULANCE
be Interested to know that he is SERVICE
star lived its span of activity before settling down to an Bradley Garland Godwin, II. G. now stationed at Fort Knox, Ky. visit.
Davis and Misses Lila Rae Caldwell The Rev. C. B. North In Funeral Director
inert death, but the effect of its existence passes on through with the regular army. was
and Roberta Whitflel.l spent Crescent City the first of this
space centuries later. Friends here will regret to PHONE 7
the Thanksgiving holidays with week attending the District Conference
So with your lives and mine; our actions build up a com- their families. learn of the death of P. R. Hicksat of the Gainesville District Our liicat funeral home enables

plex but definite stream Influence which, for better or Mr. and Mrs. Martin Relnau Deland on Sunday, Dec. 1. of the Methodist Church. offer conveniences and services us to
Mr. Hicks farmer here for not
was a
worse will filter down through all generations.Moses of Palatka were visitors of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch were therwise available. .
several had
with an impediment of speech, led a captive race and Mrs. M. E. Griner last week. moved to years Alabama to make recently his guests of Mrs. Futch's brother

to freedom and influenced the destiny of the Hebrew people end.Guests home. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prlc

for all time. Alexander the Great who wept because he foundno of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Pete Hicks was called to De. accept ANY life insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY

worlds to conquer, waged wars that changed the map of Walter Godwin (Granger during the of holiday were land Monday because of the deathof pacy, as payment In part or In full on a :funeral. Consul
the world for centuries. The very names, Christian, Bud- and Belle Glade his father. carries no obligation.
dhist, Mohammedian Lutheran, Wesleyan, Campbellite, and of Gainesville. Mr. and ,Mrs. Raymond Crews

Calvinist suggest the extent which a man's influence may Mrs. L. C. HIlliard of Law-toy and daughter, Margie Sue, of

exert upon the religious thought of generations yet unborn. vlnlted,'Mr,.,'P; S, Crews Monday. 'Jacksonville 'Vere weekend guestsof ,
Mr. and Mrs.)0. W. Barry.: '
Thanksgiving dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Rlchardo were Miss Madeline Green of Jack. E "1110 ." ... -l., .l-tr- .( i" .. '

Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr., and HAVE YOU TRIED THE NEW- TL fIITiC
THEATRESTARKE children of Starke and Bruce and CONSTIPATIONRisky J. fl
R Frances Durden of Jacksonville .

Mrs. Nelle Beavers of Tallas- DAD COLDSRetained

SUn. Man., Dec. 8. 9 so, Alabama, adrived Sunday to undigested food becomes .,, .
visit Mr. and Mrs W. N. North. overload the liver said' toxins, which, niC
"CLOAK & DAGGER"Gary Mrs. other vital organs
Roy Fisher of Green Cove
of the body, lessening your resistance ,4TLA.Alf
Cooper Springs was the-supper guest of to colds and other winter Ills
Mr. ..and Mrs Bryan WhltAeld and interfering with,their treatment.
\;. Tues. .. Wed.v- Thurs. Dec. 10 11 12 Tuesday. Why take this chance when you can AIID fER
take Calotabs? Calotabs thoroughlyyet
"IF I'M LUCKY"Vivian Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde and Mr. : pleasantly act on every foot of art the Leaders .
'Maine and children, Jane and Henry your Intestines sweeping outtoxln- ,
Perry Como Harry. James were supper guests of Mr. and laden putrefactive foods and virus- PHARMACIST
Carmen Miranda laden mucus enabling you to more
Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., In Starke effectively avoid or fight a cold.Nothing -

Fri. Sat. Dec. 13-14 Double Feature Friday.Mr. acts like good old Calotabs. Use as Phone 64 "". :
and Mrs. J. G. Godwin and directed. lOc and 25c at all druggists.CALOTABS. .i

"In Early Arizona"-Bill Elliottand son, Harold, attended a family On-the-Mlnit Service

reunion Sunday in Jacksonvilleat Tike .... .----...----.-
; the home of Mr and Mrs., D.
"Strange Triangle"-Preston Foster E. Reddish.

Accompanied by their respec-

RITZ THEATRE tive son and daughter Spencer
Crews and Patricia Wlllard. Mrs.

F' Sun Mon. Dec. 8.9 "The Last IUde"c P, S. Crews and Mrs. C. D. Sel-
,' Tues. Wed. Thurs. Dec. 10.11.12'"llanpower": lers visited their mother, Mrs.

Fri. Sat. Dec. 13-14 Emma Rivers, and other relatives .

"Cherokee Flash" & "Personality! Kid"S in Auburndale from, Wednesday j} Y
; Sunday. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cooper and

daughter Linda of Gainesville,
and Mrs. W. Norton anl son,
Charles, of Wewahttchka were
dinner guests of Dr and Mrs.
J. M. Hembrea Thanksgiving Day. 1

M Friends of Mrs. Tom Conner '
are glad to know that she was t .r ;rte

able to be brought home Monday

following a major operation at 1
f St. Vincent's Hospital In Jack -

fr sonvllle.

S . 1 .
:- (

RisingBy c, f : g "i yr

t t Check-up on the } . . J h I .EEry

are sorry to know that Mrs. ,- ,
1 I clothes you'll need for S. R. Clark was called to the bedside _

( of her daughter, Mary Grlms- c
I. the Holidays and send ley, in St. .Luke's Hospital last } '

: them to us today. 4, week.
Guests! of Mr. and Mrs. Edward -
I t : -
Give your clothes a Norman Sunday were Mr. and / Te TeF'7.
Mrs. E. L. Crawford. .-

treat, your morale at' We are clad to report that Mrs. .
Maggie Norman has returned
t' lift and your budget {) home after being called to the

i hospital in Gainesville because of y-
;. a break with a well- : the illness of her granddaughter
-. i
r iI
Margaret Norman.M. .
I groomed, trim look. I r
-- i \ Sgt. and Mrs. Cecil Thomasof I

Call us for our pick- Crestview were visiting Mr.
I .J"" cL and Mrs. Edward Norman last

up service today. i I II


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In spring broke practice a bone last in year his Barney NEWS ABOUT celebrate Its T2nd Anniversary onI I Fresh stock 01 excellent typewriter -I I'f\ heap allfliilil. ndmcographingallpples -- --
ankle 11 Dec 8 and 9 and the pastor the I rlbboim at TilE TELE- '
S. School Journal) which kept him out until half theseason COLORED PEOPLEMT. Rev. W. J. Strong announces the GRAPH. Only 60c each for all I \ : I"' is'n Htl'lU'llS. II')Je., I'

[ one of had th- stalwart pattsrd. Barney guard Is of now B. : :MORAII METHODIST following program! : I makes typewriter. and millingmachlnon. UR.tPII.correction '. Ink. The T.:I.E. "
Sunday I
H. S, and, we wish him a lot of The Mt. Morlah Methodist
: a.m.--Sunday school, W.
success In the Church closes a very successfulyear's n'l
Senior Biogs remaining games of Bryant, superintendent.
IIIGH the season. work. The pastor the Rev.
Jl.W"'UltD NEWS H. J. Hunt, was at his bent Sun 11:30 a.m."When the Churchwas '11M Can
gHOQL Vrrn Dale CherryOn Veto Knight day night and baa added 19 mem- Clark.Organized< the Rev. J. S.I Use More Pulpwood

June 17. 1926, a son bers during his successful 1
', was Pete came out for football year
In 1:30
IJitor.1 : p.nt."The Growth of the \\itirn
added to the TIMBER DEPT
Cherry family and the The church has credit for raisingthe
Ha klns 1942.43 season. He has "
played Church, I
Jackie Deacon S. S. Chandler'
named Vern Dale. Vern was wel- end position amount of $2,047. After the Container Corp'n. of
ever since he has followed by address by Sgt John IL America Fernandina. Fla.flRSTJWJ3 .
comed to
gaiety Editor, Bradford High School been out for football. In his second sermon the paator was surprised Sherman.
eight years ago. He desires to be with a number of useful
)|arl()n Brown a Certified Public year of football due to Injuries 6:30: pm.-B Y. P. U.. Sister 1
C, Accountant and Pete was unable to play and they tell me he was ao surprised Julia Trlson, president
we sincerely hope he achieves this for sho.it and grateful that the only
Editor, a time During this time 7:30 Annual
sports p.m.-- sermon by the
.' desire. This brown-eyed brown- he could show hU 11
he way
Weldon accepted the Job as of appreciation Rev.
SIt'\8 manager E T. Sawyor | BETTER
.. haired ,
ex-Pfc. has I
a wonderful the team Now Pete Is In his sen- wag by shedding tears. He

,!Student pianchard;. Advisor. Law. ,: "' ,.. '..'.,:' hobby of Stanley bird raining.R. Crosby! ior one-half year and years has of-Sports played football.three Editor.and is is RJK well waiting GETS thought NEWBASKETBALL for of his, and early the return.church Rev.7:30: Summer p.m.--New of Daytona Monday, pastor Mount,Beach Und BaptistChurch choir the J 1Q HIC": Do It N 0V\ !

Stanley B. Crosby was born In COURT A great service Is promised and
Editorialtalking Starke In the warm month of August F. F. A. NEWS Leaving the Shack one afternoon each member in expected to do (\ ,Lc'\: \h!'' 1 Make four Ptl
and In the year of 1929. The Bradford Chapter P. F. A. last week to pay a visit to his duty as requested by the t! -,
_, with several of Stanley had all of his schooling held its regular business meeting one of my friends, I noticed a church. Let God be your guide Holiday
i gn the campus the other In, Bradford County. He played Thursday November 14, with group of husky school boys transporting W. J. Strong pastor <<
i come way or other' the football one year while attending president Elmer Johns presiding. truck loads of clay. One Vasco Mitchell Secty. ; Gift Selections
afcourtesy/ came up., You B. II. S. A lover of good foods, he The yearly Initiation of "Green youngster yelled, "Follow the taillight I I Ii (\ K
Kite what a conversation hopes; to be a lawyer. Stanley has Hand, Farmers"! to the degree of !" I did as commanded, finding i Realty Transfers : t1 While/ Stocks.:
;I jon when we got started, an Interesting hobby of fishing. Chapter Farmers was carried out a group of huskies unloading
ailly came to the conclu- to the fullest extent Chapter while others were scattering the Transactions announced this Are Plentiful
ut t one thing we surely Maryland Joy Crosby Farmer La the .highest degree that clay, Now that the court is near- 'week by the N. D. Wainwright, J
thankful for is the fact Maryland Joy Crosby was born can be given In our local Chap- Ing completion you will be seeing 1 Jr. Agency:
|In our school, have so In Brooker in November of 1930. ter The candidates were E.V., plenty of fast action and spills. Mrs, Sarah F. Oliver to Mr.
>;icpleanantneaa alonf.' that Maryland joined B. H. S. after Hodges( Cecil Davis, CllRton Orlf- And other thrills. The boys are in : and Mrs\ J. T. Stabler of Palat- We have <<
most, of us very seldom graduating from Brooker Junior I fie, Vernon Crosby, M. G. Hayes, good condition and are ready for, ka: residence at S. Walnut and now on display
gout It.attendel. High School. ,She has contributedto Bruce Maxwell, Rodney Hall action under the leadership and I, Lafayette. known as the old
the band as a reporter This Bobby Beam, J. L,. Alvarez and Instruction of coach Dubois whoIs \
three different Hamrick home. Mr. Stabler, a many beautiful and useful items
in !the pant six years and short cute, brown-eyed sports- Rudolph Sapp. putting up all that he has in It :, retired furniture dealer. will operate
aietly say that Bradford loving girl has an ambition of All of these candidates. met for the benefit of Bradford Coun- the property as an apart-
it!the top of the.l'st' when I making A's under our own Miss Farmers.the qualifications for Chapter ty and the development of better 'ment house. J in Perfumes, Toilet Seta, Colognes, i
or friendliness: Is con-: Hill. Miss Crosby has good taste boys and clean sportsmanship. N. Wainwi-lght Sr to Oliver
I for chewing gum, but says she -B. C. Holtzendorf Jr.. Tigers, we are with you up: I & Garrett Co. of Palatka: the
i been proved over and' dislikes school.JUNIOItS Reporter. Tigers, we are with you down; 'Atlantic filling station (formerly Candies, Christmas Cards, <<
Tigers, we are with you all a- ,
in that even the best of APPEAL TO TilE STUDENTS Save-Oll on Temple Ave
Improve ourselves to a I The Junior Class is planning a Again I wish to urge the students -Signed: The Community Announced, by the F. C. Hol- Ribbon, Tags and Seals ,
tent, and as much as I I as well as the workers, to llngsworth Agency: M. C. Hessto
weekly to be published and
say 80, there are still 1 paper give us news as It Is greatly MT. NKIU: TO CELKintATE Thomas Gilmartin of Key -
sold at the school. There will be
no connection between this
K you stop to think I and the B. H. S. JOURNAL paper in the staff Mt. Nebo Baptist Church will\! ton. I J Electric Heaters
t It's just as easy to smile A little' help from th'?! atwlents'will
the TELEGRAPH. So far the only
awn or maybe easier I staff enable us to show our' parents fftt
member is Jeanette Creamer 5S.
I an Interesting bit of ads editor-in-chief. This la. the first as well as otheis Just whatwe Irons Toasters
magazine once-"go a- to do around school.
are trying
time this has ever been triedhere .
rlh, a smile on your faceo'cbrck Please, don't leave It up to the SIGNSALL K
and we hope It will be a suc- Books and Games
i in the mornlng'l staff as It has been to a certain "
cess. It Is a journalistic effort to
!rest of the day extent: but give ua news that will
give the seniors of next year experience -
itself" be of interest and we will see KINDS
fit!' work. in handling newspaper that it Is printed. Rocking Horses Stuffed Animals i

tu NEWS know WANTED, the staff fort GRIDIRON Barney BIOGRAPHY McRae Thank you.Billy Edwards. SPRAT PAINTING""" 2S and many other ,

S, JOURNAL, Is chosen, 12th ORAI>E OFFICERSPrea.
McRae out for
English 4 class and they' football Barney In the 1942-came<13 season. He Doyle Conner AUTOS BICYCLESItEFRICERATORS J suitable items for gifts
I the stories etc. I V.-Pres. Charles
features has played, on the forward line -- Mooney i
would appreciate a little' in the position of guard for the Secretary -- Betty Horne XMAS TOYS REPAINTED -
Is trouble to turn in i Treasurer McRae
no -- Barney
four years of his football career.
i you have. All you have JUNIOR CLASS" OFFICERS DRAKE SIGN SERVICE Koch Drug Storey
drop it In the yellow box. consider Interesting.
:.t t news, stories, poems, -Marian Brown, Bobby

1d anything else that you Society Editor. Vice-President Secretary -. Melvine- Billy Davis Smith 303; N. CHURCH ST. 141 W. Cull St. Stnrk Ma., J,

-- ------- Treasurer Selma Sapp .. .. ',
Reporters -- Jeanette Priest and ..... .. .,," _, T', n I
\s Complete Service .. Audrey Prevail' -. .. +r'SOPHOMORE ...,. .. -- .. -ft\. .- ('" ;- .

":::-. Looks like it's going to be ((10 Freeman)

t::;: a long time yet before Pres. Drew Reddish
many of us get that new V-Free. Elmer Thomas
car we've been waiting for. Sfct'y. & Trcas. Betty Ann

Therefore, it's more Important Powell ( .
Certified than ever to let us Reporter To be elected f Orf

ubrication keep your old car in AIcondition. (10-Purcell) yjet NEWLIFE'1t

Pres. Kenneth Grlder
V.-Pres... Henry Bennett
{Washing Polishing Waxing Sect'yTreas.. Martha

Reporter Vivian McRae -

L StationTemple FRESHMAN: "('I.ASS OFFICER! n -

B. Alvarez Service ((9 I'rrkhiM) FOR OLD
Pres. Marian McRae ,
Ave., at Call St. V.-Pres. Jerry Merritt

I Sect'y. & Treas. Gloria Norman .

v '"k9 I > ii" iipj"aiVW5: ;-.tt"; ,,,,,,,,,",h.,">,s.;,j,,>.,,, ,' .' ". "-" -"" I Reporters and Bobby- Barbara Wetherington Chrlataffers -
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TAKE A TIP ON DOG FOOD Fres. Detores(9 Bartell Hancock) ; : FORDSGet

',' V.-Pres. Harry Green -:9
".. Z from he Sect'y. Peggy Dale
Treas. Louise Carter .
t'IIA4fP/O// Reporters Joyce Newsomeand
Dorothy OrlfTIs -"l_: .

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both. 11M Nuloul ..I.WO'ohl. ,' i Norman And will on the 80th day .
.; :* ud the N.- 9 I -jAmat.de I, tlon of December to the County 19.0.Judge make for appllca-FInal to "take it." Hut isn't i! it about time to give your
ia III* KUM m1 Administrator of
plnctiarB an
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Mrs. Haines HonoredBy Christmas MusicaleTo spent Friday In Gainesville.Miss iv roi'vrv finrriT' Fi.oiiiuAt coruT.: BRADFORD m CHAN.t ; If riHCVIT: Y. FLORU"I roiHT. B1116NM1CohlY IV tilt----

I SOCIETY and CLUBSAdam Betty Speer, student o CP7IY.George ,
CirclesThe Be PresentedAt W. Hyatt, Jr., Plaintiff v. Bernice 17. 7farrla. Plaint
Baptist FSCW In Tallahassee, was the Edith: I* Hyatt Defendant. CaneN 1.Harrill, Defendant. !"" .. ,
233. ';
four circles of the Woman' Woman's ClubThe guest during the Thanksgiving DEH OF FtTBLIPATIOW' ORDER OF

Green HomeIs Woman's Auxiliary Missionary Society of the holidays of her uncle and aunt, /STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA] TO APPEAR to: Edith STATE AND NOTICE PUBLIC"'l'II TO. AI'PE"'
annual Christmas Musical : OF
Scene of Met Monday First Baptist Church met Tues Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green. On L. Hyatt whose residence and ad- n..rrill. whose, FLOIlIIjA reald""c6 '
of the Starke Woman's Club will drPNH In unknown. dress U "?t ,"'1Churleelon
afternoon at 3:30: o'clock in Miss joinedby : Live -
day was
Saturday Speer Oak ,
You are required to appear on A>
in .
be held at the regular meeting S C. "
Family GatheringThe
Mrs. Mattie Gahagan entertained the church annex. Miss Ida Lee Rentz of Miami, January 6, 1947 In the above
the club building on Wednesday, named Court and cause, wherein You are required to ,
The "Week of Prayer" mate who the ann ,
programwas a college "
Green plaintiff .asks. divorce. Bradford January 6. U4T In n
family enjoyed a December 11.
members of the Woman'sAuxiliary tho .
led by Mrs Marvin Hazen, weekend here County Telegraph shall publlnh this [named Court and ..aua.. hev"
picnic .on Thanksgiving Day at of the Episcopal ChurchIn who used! as her subject "South Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, chairmanof Mr. and Mrs S. E. Sparks had Order In next tour weekly ls.,ue.. I I County plaintiff Telegraph seek divorce. IIrlldCflrei wherein

the Adam Green! farm near Law- Mon America." the Department of Music, announces aa their holiday guests their Witness my hand and official.' Order In next four weekly uiSl.thiN
the church service center aeal at Starke, Florida, Chic :!> I ,
tey. Cane grinding: wag a feature Mrs L. O. Powell, Chairman the following program to daughter, Miss Seleta Sparks who cumber 6, 1947.OFFICIAL Witness my hand and offioui
day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. at Btarke, Florida, Heel
SEAL) A. J. Thomas" thlain
.of the day, and at the noon houra of Circle I, Mrs. Wesley Andrews presented: is a student at Stetson Universityin An( Clerk of said Court. 6. 1148. Briber'
Mrs. Qahagan, president, open- Circle II Chairman, Mrs. S. E. "Jesus Joy of Man's Desiring" Deland, and a nephew, Albert By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.r; t.
picnic dinner was served on a ed the meeting with an Inspiring Sparks leader of Circle II, and (Bach) and "Scherzo in B Flat Wilson a U. of F. student in J. C. Durranre, Law Exchange, All Clerk 01 said Court mar'

large table in the yard. devotional. Mrs R. A. Green, Circle IV Miner" (Chopin)-Miss Fredrlka Gainesville. Att Jacksonville)". for Pit, Florida 12- 4t 1Z-J7 H.Atty C.. for Baldwin Pit, U..II1"\'III.12.8 it Fill.
Those enjoying the day with leader, conducted their circle Edwards of Jacksonville. U.27
Following the regular business I
the Adam Green family were L. J., meetings. "Cantique de Nell" (Adolph -
session, Mrs Edward Burns gavean
Green and family N. T. Green Following adjournment, a delightful Adam)-.Accordion solo by Alvin PRE-CHRISTMAS
and family, L. D. Green and fam Interesting report of the district social hour was enjoyedat Lewis. SPECIALS *

fly Mrs. A. F. Sauls. Mrs. W. M. meeting in Gainesville in which time the members Medley of Christmas songs -

WImberlY Mrs H. C. Wimberly, November.The presented Mrs. L. D. Haines witha Girls' Chorus

Miss Beth Wimberly, Robert hostess, assisted by Mrs. shower of gifts. Hostesses for the afternoonwill OVER 200 LADIES DRESSES
Green and family, Ennta Paul, Tempting refreshments of fruit be Mrs E. L. Matthews Mrs.T. _
Rev. and Mra. W. J. Churchwell Burns, served sandwiches and cake and coffee were served. H. OHborno, Mrs. A. F. Sauls,

and daughter, Ondlna. coffee.during the social hour. Mra. W. B. Sewell, Mrs. Ruby REDUCED -

__.__._n_ _._.________ .. Christmas Party Johns. Mra. A. Z. AdkIns, Mrs.J. .
L Anderson, Mrs. R. A. Green, EXTRA
Planned by WSCSThe Mrs M. L. Kickllter, and Mrs. Below Cost
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Scott J. M. Mitchell. Ladies SPECIAL
attractive home of Judge !

and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins on Walnut ,
Announce The ofSCOTT'S Ladies AuxiliaryThe
Opening street will be the scene Monday, I

December 9, of the Christmas Ladles Auxiliary: of the

HCBBT SHOt:>> party of the Woman's Society of Presbyterian Church will meet Suits a Ladies
Christian S ice of
the First
e r v at the
Tuesday night, Dec. 10,
Methodist Church when Mrs. Ad-
home of Mrs. K. O. Duncan.
"The Store That Is Different" kins, Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton and Christmas devotional program Shoes

Mrs. E. K. Perryman entertain will be led by Mrs. E. M. Davis 1-4
members of both ,circles. The
and the Bible quiz will be con-
603 Temple Avenue meeting will begin at 3 p. m., ducted by Mrs. Jeanette Young. '.

_._. ------0 Each member la requested to Mrs. J. R. Kite will preside over 4.95 &
bring a gift to be numbered fora the business session 5.95Values

party drawing and also a gift Off

of soap, towels or wash cloths for Visiting Mrs. Cecil Tolbent. IS

benefit of the Brewster tospltal.. who Is ill In a Jacksonville hospital -

Sunday were Mrs. J. L. An-
Leroy-Phillips derson, Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth All SizesStyles //

Your Local.Merchant Mrs. C. E. Burton and Miss Janet 2.00

Miss Latrelle 13. Phillips, daughter Anderson. >
of Mr. and Mrs.: C. M. Phillips Mr and Mrs. W. E. Dowling
of Starke, and Gerald Fred and qn.,'Billy and Jimmy, spent and
has erick Leroy, son of Mrs. Charles Thanksgiving Day in Palatka as 1 Rand

Leroy of Rochester, N. Y., were guest of Mrs. Dowllng's parents,
married by the Justice of the Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathews. Colors '
peace at Folkston, Ga., on Mon Mr. and Mrs. Resale Colson and All Sizes Materials 3.00

day, Dec. 2. The ceremony was children were Thanksgiving Day and Colors .

A Stocking Too! attended by the bride's parents guests of Mr. Colson'0 parents,
and by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brun- Mr. and )tra. G. B. Colson, In

ner of Jacksonville. Brooker.Mr. .' Don't Miss This Opportunity to Dress for Xmas With One of Our SpecialsROBBINS'
The bridegroom \la a lilt class and Mrs. W. G. Halle spent
petty officer In the U. S. Navy Thanksgiving Day in Orlando as
Now that the season what want from
you and la .at present stationed at guests of their son and daughter-

of holiday buythe resident merchants Green Cove Springs. He and I in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Woodfin

ing is in full swing, why naturally Mrs. Leroy are at home to friendsat Halle, Jr.
10th and Lake Street. They Mr. and Mrs. D. Lennon of
the attention of the our advice is
plan a delayed wedding trip to Deland were Thanksgiving Day
people of Bradford to go elsewhere ; but Canada' next year. guests of Mrs Arch' Green, Mr.

County--in fact the you, as loyal Brad- and Mrs. A. F. Sauls, and other ALL SALES FINAL NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES *
Mrs. J. L. Anderson and daughter relatives;
attention of the ford County taxpay-
Miss Janet Anderson and Mra. :Marvin. Hazen, Mrs. S. E. -..
people of this entire ing citizens are Mrs. Lyle Anderson pent Satur- Sparks and daughter, Miss Seleta

Stateis section called of the to' the urged merchandised to look over: our day, In Jacksonville." Sparks, and Miss Mary Taylor Wm. ROGERS S1LV-E, _,R.P-L.A, T E

the fact that the looal merchants "I

local merchants of have to offer before _

Starke and of the you do go elsewhere. -
other towns of the If you will oompare

well prices of the local
County are Ill ho HI bo .-. To Brad- And I am thankful for my par- !
stocked with a great Institutions with ford Park we go! .. And that ents dear.I I aq

assortment of items the prices of comparable in. the theme song? for this week, am thankful for the food I
what with the annual Homecoming eat -m' _
which will meet with articles and
football game on tap for to- And I am thankful for my eyes sn

your approval and, materials in other night t Everything points to to see and hear. ear -wI

with your desires. localities you will big doln'a in the general direc- I'm thankful for the church we
convince tion of BUS and I am looking have to worship God
You are urged to soon yourself -
forward to seeing those marvelous And I am so thankful that you ,( WAtgatF
'look over the stooks that the safe Majorettes, Jo Ann Smith, made the world dear God.I {(..wl.4L .

of resident merohand sane thing to do Ruth Edwards, Betty Sexton, Virginia am thankful for everything.I fli1 -. ipso

ants before you go is to trade and to do Carmichael, Marie McKinney am thankful for the sun and os* al
Sharon Hall and Florence stars I r
out of the County to business with Bradford McCulley, In action once again I am thankful for my good {3190 3 409 MAXIM

make your holiday County merchants The Band Is getUng out an- health.I Q I v p,..

purchases. In that other of those handsome souvenir .am thankful for my pretty 16910
programs with pictures of the clothes. r
way: you can help And along with the team, cheerleaders, etc. contained I am thankful for my bed.I ,

"fill the stocking" above suggestions therein, so altogether It looks like am thankful that my mothercan .

of your deserving we want to suggest another big evening for everyone cook the best" cherry pie
concerned in the whole wide world 1
local merchants to the local moroh- 1eh _

Remember that its ants of the Countyis Flaunt! Have you seen that aJ
So See
lovely sparkler on Haven Cros long you In the 4
the citizen taxthat every effort be by's third finger left hand? next .

payers of Bradford, made to purchase Understand the lucky loner Is -Carolyn

County who make the everything possible J. C. (Hercules Powder Co.) Yin- B..LOvk9e
Ing More details soon, I hope
education, the from our local farm .. Mary Lee Hancock's home iv riuriiiT coi'RT. BRADFORD
health, and the well ers and produoers. seems to be the gathering place COI'MTV.. FLOUIItAl-IM: CHANCKHY. I

being of your children Make this mot- for all the kids In the neighbor. Marl Morrl Watson Plaintiff vs.
your Levy M. Watson, Defendant. Cane .
and loved ones tot "If it is made in hood since she already has her No. 52t1B. /
Christmas tree up-complete: with !

possible. A dollar Bradford County, it lights 'n' everything Sunday STATE OP NOTICH FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Levy M a watch
spent elsewhere will is our product and afternoon the youngsters gathered \Vatnon, who. renldenc and ad- nO finer gift than
ilr.nn l I. 117 South IS
Sumter Hired, -their BulovaT ,
not return to you or I am going to do my there to ling Christmas carols Humter, South Carolina. Remembef watch thaw a
and Diana Smith's grandfather, You are required to appear on .s no finer
to your most cherdead level best to W. P. Smith, who lives next door, .January 8, 1917, In the above nam..d '. and there
Court and rauxe, wh.reln *
ished interests, but get the producer a Joined lustily in the singing tiff ......k. illvorue and restoration
of Maiden Name Bradford
it goes to help some ready and profitable ;Telva-rauh 1 shall pulillxh this County Order I
Fruit. of the Week Pauline la next four weekly litiiueii. I
other community, sale for it !1" Torode exhibiting some giant Witness my hand and official' :
soul at MI..,ke, Florida, this D... I I
some other person All together we bananas harvested from the ..minor 6, I U.to'P'I'r.f. .
palms at her King ley Lake home SEAL) A. J. Thoma.
who is not so vitally can build a bigger A. Clerk of said Court JEWELRY
H. O. Brown showing another My Uiullle C. Conner, I>. C.
interested in and a bet tar County, freak caused by the unusually! .T. P. Durrance. Law Exchange GEM
welfare but to do this lllilK. Jacksonville, Flu.
your as are we long-lasting summer weather Atty, fur Ptf. 13-1 4t 1I-Z7

the local taxpaymust be loyal each luscious ripe pear Seems the .
tree at his Putnam Hall home CALLST.rrSTAUKE.rLA.r'
ing merchants. to The other and we 109 E.
blossomed out in the late fall

If the citizens of must promote foster and Mr. Brown says Its the first If an eventis rSYe

Bradford County are and supoort time ;he's seen a ripe pear at
this time of year Have you worth having "-
going to build upon every worthwhile seen Jack Saul's experimental

: a solid foundation, institution Bradford garden In the rear of his home it is Ieorthremembering .AV4

: the people will' have County. Let on McMahon Street T ,- r Seems t'
there Is a secret about its cultivation -
inthis be the watch-
support every etc., but Just give me a
;, stitution of enterword to place within little time, and I'll find out .
r icith
prise ox' of culture your heart within -
mind and within I've read many many expres-
within its boundayour -
alone of thankfulness at this sea 9
fries.p A County or a your conscience son of the year, but methinks I

J City will never be "Quo for all and all never read one quite so sincere I T. H. Osborne

for one" as the little poem written by
bigger than
Anita Prather of Los Angeles,
the ideals of its THIS AKVCRTISKMKNY: WRITE BOX 42S ,
Calif., 11-year-old granddaughterof Il d: 5t I
n citizens. SPONSORED! IIY Mrs. A. F. Sauls of Starke OR CALL AT
THE dT.1R HE {1pS00
Here's the way she expresses It: IIOOIEK BROS. STUDIO ,r.,
: If you cannot get CHAMBER OF CO.MMKKCE
What I Am Thankful ForI I. ...1 4
am thankful for my home
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L 6, 1946
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of LOCAL Mrs. ElTle Johns had as her Mrs. O. J Grlfflit returned I .
NEWST Doyle Connor State President! '
vi mlu>r 91. IU8.! ny i.ii.-ui. i .nn..r, t>. C
guests on Thanksgiving Day her Tuesday after spending the past of the Future Farmers I OKKU-IAI.. SKAT.) \ I Tlmmn" ., ; John .1. It.ud..r'.n' Jo.1| tilIS ""IfU.
slater, Mrs. Mena McCrutchen and week In St. with !' An Clerk of Hlcl OVnrt lute Flu, ,Ids
-_- Augustine MaJ America will attend the 10] K Pprrvmiin, Stitrk', .w\n\ I Am,' fm i-ir. : .tl 41 I t. J'
of nelce. Mrs J. J. Gross and Mr and Mrs. O. W. Griffin and then banquetof Atty for 1'lf. I u >. II. 12.J7iv
Provo Utah Jim Sewtll a student at the all the Cadaden /
-t Grons of Jacksonville. baby daughter. Patricia Elizabeth County Chapter In --- ,

Lent: guest of Mrs T. D. University of Florida In Gainesville Mr. and MI'.. H. V. Knight and Friend! of little Martha Weldon Quincy tonigui. a.ia wui De outs "'11"11'1'' roller.. lilt unrollu iv,'01 iiiriir NTl. fl.lltlllltl IOh RT. 1111 I*VIIKOKII t'II"-
( <>! > 1"FI.IUII. */ 1% Ill AS-
IrOOkfr! and of Mr; and spent the Thanksgiving holidays children of Gainesville and hUSK 4-year-otd daughter of Mr. of the speakers on the program. < KNY.MaiKnrrt. CKIIV.Kohrrl .
O 1''l'k., IMiilntlff.
J. Dowling. here with his parents ''Mr. Merry Beth Knight of Tallahasseewere and Mrs S. A. Weldon will bt' .1 ,Murtln Ford ttnuoe" Snhoo., Ited| *"IMilInlIff.iitliuit., faun*.. rarkn, Ovfomliint, t'nee, Ni.vn.Joitnn

up to size 46, and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. recent guests of Mr. and glad to know that she Is on the No. &H5I.OttltUR. 6250.ORDER
am-aters IN ( Illrirr ("<>( '''1'. HHtllFOKIIMVT1. Uft' PITBMCATIOXANO
large lzef .-Lella'. Mrs. R. J Davis spent Tuesday Mrs D. E. Knight. They also attended road to recovery In a Jackson ('( Pl.OIUIItl IX (' :\- OF Pl'PMl'ATTOV' NOTICM. ) ATl'KAH
the football in Starke ville hospital after being seriously t'eRY: H7'ATFOF' KUtHlliA .loiinnPuik
in Gainesville visiting Mra. Milton game norinhv Si-hrm-kennuM.' "'rATUF KUHtlDA to. J. Martin whoiia residence and atidreaa
40p and Marjorie St Peter. Wednesday night. Merry Beth 111 as the result of a ruptured VH Alex "H.-hrnkcnim.t, Dt rialntlfr.fendunt. Sub..., whoH lust known ronlilfiinii k*: Itnutr J KalrnmntV, : t VliyKlnln
Idalou tot titlilrt In No: .
returned to the Woman's College appendix. 'acs No. BS4T. It *n IMA ,
y Vlrg r-la Sewell and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Finley and KDKK OH PITHLICATIOH WI>KO HI, reel, ClinrloHliin, Mouth You are rmiulrvil. to appear' on
Luarlne Nollman FSCW children, Ruth and Sunday afternoon. Blouse. I.2.00: S.8S and up. ANn01": '''': TO A I'I'IQAU Carolina.You January ft, 1947 In Iba itltnv
Edward have Mrs. Robert Tanner Junior Slip, 1.90.-LrlU'n DrennShop. '' ,HTATK OK FIAIIilDA to: Alex' : appear on I named Court and cause, wherein
R In Tallahassee spent the moved ''to Hawthorne where Mr. and sons; NrlirprkFiiguiithona re..lil.nro niutnriilreim Monday.I rj"tr6'h.I"U 47. In the ,plaintiff eka illvnrra. Ilrmtford
holidays''' here with Finley Is In Bobby and Edward of Baldwin I.. ASllox A-35S4, I.'aml' above named" Court and eaaeel. County Telegraph ."..11 publish thin
Wring employed the United spent Saturday with Mrs. Tan- Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza Jordan; GoorKlii. wherein iihilnttff weeks llvor%* and' Order In next four weekly l I.nu. .....
tlve families.iAssIFIEh. Clay Mines and You are required to appear on rueltuly of child. tlruilfnnl, "'"""Iy' Wltn.ffM my hnntl and official
ner'a mother Mrs. Laura I. Powell non, Cliff of Jacksonvillewere January 8. IW4T In the shove Telegraph nhiill pnttllNh this Order anal. at Mtnrkr, Klnrlila, tills !>.-
guests Sunday of Mrs. Men- panted Court and cause, wherein In next four weekly litniinaWltnena ctimhor 8, IMS.OKhlClAI .
doza's parents Mr. and Mrs. T. plnlnttrr nf>i>k. divorce. iTntlford my hand anti official ( HEAL) A..T. Thomas. ,
; Mr and Mrs Elbert Edwardsof I'onnlyr..I"Kral>h shall publish this anal at Htarko, FUnlilu, this 2ml Aa Clerk of maid Com
J. Griffin. Order In next four weekly lmienWltnepK day of 1>,,rf.nh..r. 16411 Chna.. It. HUM. H04-05 Realty IlldK.kaonvlllK. .
Daytona Beach spent Thanks- Roy Ward and A. J. Thomas .. my hand and official 'U ''''ICIAI. ,,1<1\[,) A. ,1. Thomas J.... FU
giving weekend with Mrs. Mao Real at mark, Florida. thin No- An Clerk of ..nl FARM. CITY AND niitis-rii tKT FOR 1047 Edwards. attended the Rotary luncheon in .
aj5 'V.UI.'DI.F.1oow! Gainesville Tuesday.Mrs. -.

g PROPERTY RUNAHOUTS lfl-l>.20-21-25 AND UTILITIES FT. Miss Wanda Pearce a studentat Carolyn Kinney and Mist FURNITURE FOR LASTING HAPPINESS!

KXPRBHH CRl'lSKRS 23-25 FT. the Woman's College; In Tallahassee Sharon Hall spent last Friday In
F.Nel.oIlED CRUISERS DELUXE spent the weekend with Jacksonville

tROUT BEEtl'M KKAK* 26 FT. AND 27 SUPER FT. DKLUXh! her mother Mrs. Bertha Pearce.Mr. .' Mr and Mrs. M. C. Wells! of ( ) AStudent LargeWAGONS
eeaat adver/le.e .r ......- > CJlJUS-( HAJo'T DUAI.KU Jacksonville were ThanksgivingDay Cricket Chairs
!!.. .>.'. over AT ONCWKMIillr spent from Thursday until Sun- guests of Mrs. Wells' par t
1M of Home- r.rmRr ._ : BOATS MOTOIX, '%('. day In Miami where they attendedthe ents. Mr. and Mrs. I.. S. Hutto. Desk !
feels alt over Ike ITS HlKI<"lnM AVK.
Reyes annual convention of the
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. of
... apes ll.tl.B-. J t( K6 ON VII.LM. nA. Harvey
OUT REALTY AGENCY huiin> 5-0114:1 83755Sa.dere Florida Press' Association Miami were visiting friends In : For Christmas'"
:a-miox :1.7":1": "' :
nted Locally Dy Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley were Starke on Thanksgiving Day. frti1{
LOST RIB, yellowish red volley hosts to the following relativesat Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Lennon of
t C HOIAINGSWORTH don with white breast foot and 19.95
IIlS So. Walnut .St tall-tip, off jeep. at Thompnonand Thanksgiving dinner: Stanley Deland were visiting relatives
Call >tr..<*t. Monday 12:30l Carnell and sons Corbin and here!! for Thanksgiving. ,

SES of all kinds r.nolurnltur >. m.. Annwera Mrs.. Charles to "Sockii.: Wlngen-" Reward Gene of Ormond Mr and Mr*. Mis. Loulebelle Moore of Plant Suitable for High

upholstered and bitch Box 207, Melroip. Itp W. A. Scott and F. A. Scott, besides City spent the weekend here with School Student
bed, Drop us a card. those of the household. her mother Mrs. G. W. Brown. 1
Mk Fla. tf 82+4 acre farm with four room Come and be fitted for your Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Turnerof

house. 12 acre. old bearing pecan. full and Inter SPIKELLA health Ewing, Mo. and Mrs. Claud Childs ''
treen within 1000 feet of paved. Swings
l\CE--I write all linen; fire, highway. One mile from Depot In garment, corsets' girdle, and also Stokely of Loul town. Mo. were
bile, liability and needs IIfa. Starka. Price $KOOOO surgical belts. Cursetlere, weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
your insurance
fur See N. I). Wnlntvrlghl.t Jr., Steger Trucks
valnwrlvht. Jr.. 181 Kant Broker l\ 'rll. Frank Hoover R. E. Stokely at their home on 5.95Large
greet"" Phone 154. tt Plioae l.4 Clarke Mrs. W W. Page and children, North Walnut Street. 13.95 & 15.95 19.95

CRANE\ FOB KKNT-S-3clHin FOR SALE-3-beJroom hones, SW 'Tffarrllyn, Billy and Martin of Mr. and, Mrs. E, M. Davis

hell. bucket withlwope nor S. Bay St., Starke. Excellent Lake City were Thanksgiving spent Thanksgiving Day In Holly 18-In. Steger Coasters
boom; excavating:
end erection of ntructirtl condition recently., occupied Attractive by owner, until Day guests of Mrs. W. H. Struth Hill with Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Large Doll

\" not exceeillnir 8 ton: lot. For Information convenient write- and Miss Kate Struth. Morrow.R. 12.95Carnages
I,r call collect U.Y.. Pnole, C. J Dolls 3.25
II BO Cypress, Ouinonvllle P. McLaurln and (daughter
I Green Cove Hprlngn' Rae or tel. 1438J. tf Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R Powell -
I in:, office 4084. tf and Mrs. P. O. Carpenter are Paula spent the weekend with

FOR RENT-Two light liouyekeepln visiting at the home of Mrs. relatives Waycrosa, Ga. Table & Chair

l IPOH.h<-il. SALE Rea"on able.furnished Term"or furnished. Clue In.apartment-209 l&i, .MudlHim Roteenable Laura I. Powell. Mr. and Mrs. For home portrait'" see T. IIfKtxtrne. Seta
[ box 7-n, atarkg. tt St. tf Powell will return Wednesday to I8 a
rrlvatL turkey. Mhoot each their home in Newton N. C., and Mrs. Susie Griffin returned Fri- 10.95 For Your Child

fiy until C'hrlitmnn. Dry- WANTED or room HUNT by -quiet. Room, .middle Rn,1hoard Mra. Carpenter remained for a day to her home in Jacknonvllle \

''Jroc.'y., on Keystone. lip 12-6 ltd. aged man. tux: 411 Htarke. Itp longer visit. lifter a visit here with her niece Folding-Leatherette 8.95

Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Smith and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. lubber Tires
ID Operator for tourlnt FOR HA r.I-! Four 2Hl-iiiiind( | rapacity
Attractive. proponltlon.nhn mittirul Ice boxen", .; a NVuircn. daughter Sally of Belle Center, 3-IV. Solid Oak
I Starke.. If Hlx-fuot ice flnh cane. ; a one-half. Ohio, are guests of Mrs. Smith's
horuppowor electric "motor. Glenn
Child's Rockers
t jon FOR FORMRR Wood, box. U. Mliirkc. It mother Mrs. Bertha Pearce
NAVY, MARINE AND Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews Toy Turtles
LOST Jhox ChrlHtntan. cnril ,
fish 8PKCIALIMTMMOM.: Ass'l.
nrad HlKned. l>y the HHV uiul I Mm.llulne returned Sunday after spendingthe
.. ____. OHO 5.4t *. Finder return to or notify Thanksgiving holidays with Upholstering Ileautifully Dressed 90c .
> .-__ 149 4, :2phcr UnptlHt paHtorliini, StarkP.It. their son-in-law and daughter,
Also OtherSeli'ctlonsi
____ 162 5. 4 Many
or __. :.JilT B, 4,1: Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon In 6.50 '" Fun for the Kiddies
.g'L M'lh..-. 814 4:1: FOR !SALR: -Furniture for threeroom Orlando.
Hot _._ 773 5. 4, :3lerk hon.... I221 trfturancehniiue
._d_?_?_ OBtt 6. 4 61, KinHrflw. V'Hlaicfl. lip For wedding portrait iwe T. II.
'iv otherekllle' qualified OMborne. !See &1 on 4.
VY. Marine or Coaxt. Guard FOR LE-tTprllfhl piano, $125. page IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
she held any of adme 400 See' MI-H. UuHHle. Doyle at Rillee Mrs. A, P. Sauls, :Miss Louise II
nal npeclaltle. for 6 Ron. residence oppo.lti> CunnnyAirpark. Snyder and Mrs. Johnnie Beecher
moro'aiay"now+ ..t In lip were visitors In Jacksonville Wed- John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
Regular Army at a gradeK
the l length of FOl'ND-Purno with mnn"V Owner nesday. CHRISTMASGIFTS
upon| yourotcupntlonal I
upvclaltyi, m>rv iniiv have by jdrnIIfyIng nndpiivlnir PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.
will returnto
for. hue a high Army pay and the
itler for adviyicefn tArmy ....- .TrlcRriilih. It her home here tomorrow after
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career moMattmrthan i-KACKJACK, OAK & PINE: -rut spending a few./days Iff Tampa
r ever before.'Stap"nd
anv; length, 915 per ford dellv. with her-parenta, Mr. and Mrs.A. .
ut the special grradeiiec't'lve Jewels 5th
111* p -r cord l If Costume from .s=
I under thla new : t'IltI'R. C. Khcpler, lO"lof\I l. C. Durden. She will be accompanied Avenue N Y. Pins Necklaces -
irtmtint H Army reg-ulatlon.n"crultlt,1I'Apply Hta- rose Flit 3 mile went of Key. by Mrs. J. W. Kincaid Ear Bobs (Including C'g3lGptnn mnmv' e.q ,
Mtono heights: trround adjoining ; r ;
; ,
""lIp,0 ,TiiHt II'la. Office Building, colored settlement. 4tp 12-13 who has been visiting In Ken beautiful rhinestone ones))

tucky. a Bracelets and Compacts Now Real
'ILE Four thoroughbred Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling i j a

errler puppies. See Mrs. MADAME spent Thanksgiving Day In Ocala Ethel-Lon-Nore Sachets iJ i

Chapman State,farm. It with friends.Mr. .
Jewel Boxes
ARON and Waste Baskets '
and Mrs. Long '
\l.l->.- '...I her bad and pll- Perfume Bottles, and Dresser / y
iLSO other houf. hold ftirMm. daughter, Mary Ann were guests Small decorative : tllh.i

.ilnut>. A 8. Crew, 221 lipILIiOne GIFTED. ANDPSYClltC PALMIST. Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs.Day E, of C. his Long parents, in Trays Sets and metal Waste Baskets J l p1111k 0 r 1 jli Santa Claus f i'J

l I Linen Handkerchiefs,
; A'n>uni 43 bud Brooker..
II.MIHC with 11'.... hot wafer MEDIUM CLEARANCE: 8ALK: ('oate.iii Handkerchief Folders for the
Irculatlnir heater and all Silk and\ Wool Scarfs
traveller, ll
modern ronvenlenuen oil II It..*. Sweater. Dresses, Hats, 'I II I

."'n, .Sluike.Htrect. S....Glenn Wood ItH.EI.room ROUTE |7 and Bag,*.-Eilas Drew' fthop. Sachets. for. .the traveller 'J .

OPPOSITE FARM! AITK. Mrs E. L. Biggs and daughter Large variety for the children GIFT I

house, bath, Dottie Sue and Miss ThelmaGref'n Infants
il J front porch hark nun PALATKA FLA. of all ages
and SaturdayIn
l 10,11''' lot. 4,400.. Van II. spent Friday'" gifts for boy or girl Small
'. box 524 Starke. It St. Augustine visiting little dolls books r a 11 lers caps S
Infant daughter
1I.Er ,10-room furnlnhwdI FOR 8AL.H3: :-One Jerey j.oow and Peg shoes, bootees, anti the Animal '
calf. ALSO one row tofreihen Major and Mrs. O. W. Griffin. d We{ Have A Table
I heifer Station- Special
H>I. acre land" pecan Circus Children's ; I .
'it tri-pn, 3 bath loon. Hoe K. B." Walter- Mrs. B. A. Pope Jr, and son, ,
et't"i; Fin. lip .
son. Hampton ery <
< blocks court-
J. R. ColUy.,; :box 886, Ben. of Norfolk Va., will arrive a CC < Packed {With Special Gift for ofJ' '
1t FOR SALE Duroo Monday for, a several weeks' visit )
Weight about 400 pound O. C.leifor. Candles for every {
( Stark.. Fla. HP with Mrs. Pope's parents Judge Lamps Ice Bowls; I
I.E 1939 Dodge pickup,
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.D. .
II rocnndltloned. Se* Sun- F hnttled-Ka with tongs. Water Pitchers w /
heaterfor R. Edwards of Pahokee was /7 $1.0O
Grocery, North Temple ctore. home with stirrers, and glass Con- f
UprOR or auartment. ALSO' large roll- the guest for a few days this for
top d...lc. 321 |> sole Sets Stationery
= and
of his brother-in-law
RENT _, Furnished week and grown-ups .
rater" out and light on the In Halford houiieHf JOB Write WANTED box 411-A by 17-year-old Startee. boy.tip slater Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- teen-agers XMAS SEALS and XMAS (\ These "Surprise Packages" include WATCHES DIAP\

Rent $37.&0 vmontb. H..I I klna. PAPERS for wrapping if MOND RINGS WATCH BANDS PARKER 8\
Dale l at the. hoijiie.Itp FOR RUNT-Seven room house. Mrs. Frances Parker of Grand C .

.Psi Australian rabbits I .tr at...corner.t.. Starke.of Bay and Lafayette Up- Rapids Mich. Is here visiting Mr. and her Beautiful I silver-plated Candle- 2 PENS PENCILS COMPACTS LOCKETS ,
,,.1.. flvefemale., ). HplkeKeyntone RFMT-Furniahed; house on brother-in-law sister Sticks, Compotes, Bon Bon and worthwhile gifts '
HelBhte. Zip FOR Mrs P. M. Barefoot.R. many more
Klng.lejr' Lake, $7* Hot water.KH Flower Bowls.. Water
Move. all convenience. Kee P. McLaurln spent last weekIn Dishes. |
!l lark leather bag contain- O. H Flynn, lie W, JefferMon Sets, and Cocktail Sets
""", and p..per.. Reward Mr, Starke. tI Jackson Miss with his father e
"urn to owner, Mrs. Hn who has been seriously 111. assortment of I Visit Our Store and See This Unusual Xmas Gift Table
< rn L, f, ,umith on Keyallhw.y FOR 8ALK One *hort hornedcream Miss Marjorie Carmichael of A beautiful
1tLEslant D Jersey. cow with heifercalf Table Lamps Men's Lamps SS
about II week old price' West Palm leach spent the Boxes and

\' all colors hybrid AI.o amar'l.'hi a f.pTanta .w. 4130.hull calf ALSO i one week Jerey old cow; leoodmllk..r with Thanksgiving holidays Mrs.here A.with C. Ash Cigarette Trays Boxes Cigar, ridge I 3 We don't know what i.i in the package Nor do you I
Mr. and
gentla and broke to lead.Price her parents decks
Nr. W. A. Glad single and double
Cards, !:
: il5. See I. U Bed.nbauah.Hampton
: .K1nll'.ley Village, Rt. 1, Carmichael
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Crowd Sees the prizes were provided by a Cattlemen Told l Farmers! Find Funeral SundayFor .

Horse Races $10 entrance fee. Extra Food Will Extra ProfitsIn Mrs. Townsend A4..II.. "ut
Homes from Bradford. Clay and -
On ThanksgivingThe Putnam counties ran in the six Prevent Losses Forest LandsA Mrs. Osceola Walker Town- ; From where I st,... by Joe Marshy '

races, supervised by Frazier Shaw send, 69, lifelong 'resident of
largest crowd to witnessthe and H. A, Lawson. First place In Florida cattlemen can prevent program which will enable I Bradford and Union counties, died :..< r _
Legion horse-races since the the opening event was won by a large losses In their beef cattle the Florida farmer to harves of a heart ailment at her Lake
sport was Introduced here attended Knight entry, with second place herds during the winter by supplying crops off his forest land year after Butler residence last Saturday, How to
and third to horses of J. C. Varnes them a little extra feed, year and still have growing timber November 30. I
l the Thanksgiving 28, and meet on November I and Charles/!! Lawson, respectively. according to Dr. W G. Kirk, vice on his place was outlined today Wife of County Judge John R. r Stop Worrying
saw top prize
Varnes won in the second, with director of the University of Flor- by Forester Lou T. Nlelunc Townsend, she had long been active -
of $75 to Will '
money go Knight Knight at second place and J. R. ida's Range Cattle Station. I of the State Agricultural Exten- In religious and social affairsof
of Green Cove SecondIn
point of winning Springs.was Jack Shade, of Palatka, third. The animal husbandman says, sion Service. the town, and was a memberof I guess folks In oar town do aboutas hour- after dinner, and gets k.
Butler of Palatka, whose entries Butler won In the third withanother that 10 years of weighing and I "Once such a program Is welt the Lake Butler Church of much worrying as In yours-over worrying over in one conccntr.i.'J:
brought $50 of the $280 awarded Palatka entry, owned by observing all kinds of cattle on under way," he said, "the farmer Christ for 47 years. housing and prices, and crops, and period.When that's over,hi '
Polo Demolt, finishing second and the ranges has convinced him that can continue to obtain firewood 8, job*-and the little domestic problem over a friendly glass of '*!
during the afternoon. Funds for She was born February beer
I* EJ Carter third. Butler also lack of sufficient feed causes fence posts, and lumber he l'Ieedlfor 1877, daughter of Henry Walker that are always coming up. Ma lloekins -and they talk with
the fifth enormous losses. Profits from the his use, lumber and aboat
captured race followed own gum pleasant
and the former Mary Godsbey, ofGeor&la. Dad Hoskins, who's lived to the thing together until,
GIVEYour by Varnes and Knight cattle business are reduced ac for market, and pulpwood for the time. bed.
cordingly.Dr. mills." happy age of eighty, has a simple
Portrait one-two-three Knight, Carter in and the sixth.Shade The ran Kirk has found that "range He recommended developmentof In addition to her husband, she formula for stopping-worry.About From where I sit,that's as work. I
is survived by four daughters: problem, he asks himself: Is able a formula as
children's event cattle lose an average of almost a thick stand of fast-growing very you could find...
pony was won ISO animal the Mrs. Gladys, Rogers: and Mrs. there anything I can do about it? right down to the mellow
This Christmas by little Agnes Lawson, with p pounds per during slash pine for moat farms, pointIng glass of
O. GUI second. winter months, mature animals out that trees growing close Edith Bielllng, of Lake Butler, If there is, he never postpones beer that seems to wink away
I (i.. .JI just about regaining the same together grow into straight, tall Mrs. Clayton Strickland, of Starke making a decision,or taking necessary YOUI'worries.
amount during the summer pines that produce good, knot-free and Mrs. Susie Brown of Daytona action.If .
J Lake Place Sold months. Deaths among starved lumber. Beach; three sons, C. B., J.
cattle R, Jr., and V. E. Townsend, of there Isn't anything; he can do k tJtGtu
are high during severe When the trees begin crowding
Sale of the summer cottage on winters. each other too-close: Mr. Nieland Jacksonville; and two sisters, Mrs. about It, he nets aside a "worrying {

Lake Grandln< formerly owned by Insufficient feed also .reducesthe explained, it is time for thinning C. R. Hewitt, of Lake Butler, and
William B. (Bill) Mundy has calf crop, as cows fall to operations to remove inferior Mrs. Rettie Andreu, of Jackson Copyright,1946,United State Bremen FounJatioi{
e0There been announced. The residence was
breed when in poor flesh. A trees for pulpwood, firewood, and ville.
purchased L, A. Davis.
I I poorly nourished cow cannot provide other such purposes Funeral services were held 4 -
sufficient milk to give the The Extension worker also of. P. M. Sunday at the graveside in
School HolidaysA calf a good start, especially a fered these suggestions for profitable the Dekle cemetery, with the Rev.!
calf born late In the summer. forest management: Cleveland Moore, of the Lake But- EVERYDAY FARM NECESSITIES O
is still time to 16-day Yuletide vacation was Stunted calves seldom develop satIsfactorily When the trees that are left In ler Church of Christ, officiating. o

the that authorized for Bradford's stu- l even though they get thetract attain proper size, they Pall bearers were C. A. Robert,
give gift only
dents by the School Board, in its sufficient feed later. may be worked for gum. Cecil Douglas, A. L. Driggers, ''I.. 5-Tooth Planet Jr. Cultivators
you can give meeting last Monday. The county' The animal husbandman recommends IA cutting trees for lumber, limit Hal Y. Malnes, Alvin Brannen
YOUR PORTRAIT schools will clone Friday, getting rid of all surplus cutting to those that have attained and C. B. Ward.Arrangements.
December 20, and re-open Mon- cattle In summer and fall so the a diameter of at least 16 were in charge of
Planet Jr. Seeders
day January 6.
will not be overstocked Jones.
ranges Inches at breast height. DeWitt C.
HALLMARK. Routine business. of the session
during winter. Animals culled When thinning the forest for
GREETING CARPS, Included approval of current bills. I II while still In good flesh can be pulpwood and firewood, always We have letter and legal aloe
I sold profitably. take the straight-growing healthy onion PLANET JR.
See our selection of other papers to suit your needs
GIFTS and TOYS Reserving part of the pasturefor ones for gum and lumber. In the skin bond, rag content, second
Start Relief In 6 Seconds winter grazing, keeping cattle past, many farmers have mad sheet, etc. The TELEGRAPH. Hand Fertilizer DistributorIdeal
off it during most, If not all of the mistake of cutting some of

Hollywood Camera &ii, M\sfi\ !; the summer Is another good plan, their best trees for firewood. .4-reprsrrrrrflrsrrprrrrs for Strawberries
he Both native Imported
says. and Perform your own forest operations
and Gift ShopCall grasses, left ungrazed for so that only the trees that I

Street at Railroad 1 COLD PPA1ATIOI1fA.tllg '. a few months, will produce a should be cut are removed, so you I TurkeysPer Planet Jr. Strawberry Plows !
,** OK LIQUID reserve of feed for winter. will know how many board feet of _
C..I.... 1....,.1, .. d4Md He recommends that mineralsbe timber you have to sell, and so c
kept before the cattle at all you can keep down labor costs. I
times. The poorer the pasture.the Protect the forest from fire and
Southern Lumber Company10th more minerals the cattle need. encourage young trees as they Air-Speed TRICYCLES !

St. Two Blocks East of Depot Some cattle he has tested have' come up to replace old ones that .
eaten as much as 12 pounds of have been removed for lumber or Per Pound-On Foot For Children
as ,.. Starke, Fla. "d:r! a i minerals per month. other purposes.

ROUGH and DRESSED'LUMBER Sufficient water, easily acces- And many other items too
sible, is another essential for Hints To Housewives to mentionFARMERS'
wintering cattle. Many weak cows
Logs Purchased at the Mill mire in bogs and are lout tryingto USING THEM! PROPERLY W. E. LawsonOne

or Stumpage Bought get water.Improved WILL HELP SAVE SOAPS

pastures, winter legumes SUPPLY
- -- Water softeners will help to
and additional feed will
make soap go twice as far, but it Mile' South of StarkeOn
help carry the cattle through the
For Safety, Comfort and Economy winter with much lower losses, is necessary to use soap properlyalso Road MIKE MARUCA OWNERNORTH
Keystone ,
he say In conclusion. for best results. Laundry

FOR COtTltTEOUS -?fr n . . . soap Is cheaper than flakes. Bar ,
soap can be flaked on a grater or,
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CORRECT r New River of it is dry, It can be ground in .
a food chopper.A :
INFORMATIONPhone( I'JA IiIf Hy The School strong soap Is better for badly -

Please 14T r soiled garments and heavy maerlals -
. '.: . : : It Is harmful to delicate

The Rev Truby Parrish of fabrIcs, Ride Florida Greyhound Linen, Inc. Busses Santa Fe filled his regular appointment and a mild soap Is better for these.A .

UNION BUS STATIONTemple at the Baptlsh Church simple test for a strong soap Itto :
Sunday morning: He and Mrs. see If it removes the oil from
Avc. LACY CONWAY, Agent Starke, Fla. Parrish were dinner of
guests Mr. the! skin of your hands, making
and Mrs. F. O. Tomlinson the hands rough.In .
Dr. and Mrs. Roy Schnause of addition to using the proper O .,

Jacksonville spent Thanksgivingwith kind of soap, It is desirable to use
MEET YOUR FRIENDSAT Mr and Mrs. M F Wig- the correct amounts Good suds
gins. They enjoyed a picnic din standing 1 to 2 inches on top of
THE ner at the river with several oth- the water, are necessary for good
ers, Including Mr. and Mrs. Nor- washing. Suds and action remove
man Wiggins of Jacksonville,Mr. dirt and grease. If the suds break
BLUE TAVERNGood and Mrs. Math Sepp and family down, add more soap. If there are 7Jy6f lfArON r l D rr

of Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs. no suds on the water the dirt and

Lawrence Wiggins of Clayno. grease go back Into the clothes) FLORIDAS BIG THREE !
Home-Cooked Meals Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Too much suds Is a waste of soap.
and family of Hellbronn Springs Change soapy water when it
Steaks Chicken Sea Food had supper with Mr.\. and Mrs. gets too dirty and won't hold upa
C. E. Andrews and family Friday suds. You can't get. dirty j

Plate Lunches night. clothes clean in dirty water, even g
Mr. and Mrs A. A. Sweat and though It Is soapy. of
small daughter Ralford were Wring clothes as well as possi-
Sandwiches Beer Soft Drinks visiting Mr, and Mrs. D. J. Net- ble. Too much soap left in fabrics
tles Sunday. will make rinsing more difficult
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moody and Rinse In hot water the first time,
OPEN FROM bA. 1I. TO 11 1'. M.
family spent Thanksgiving with
warm water the last two times.
Mrs. Ada Kelly and sons of Rai- Rinse well In softened water, '
Everybody Welcome Your Business ford.Mr cold water hardens the soap and
and Mrs. J. K. Douglas and makes It difficult to remove. i
AppreciatedDUB. family of Brooker were guestsof Thorough rinsing la necessary to
Mr and Mrs. C E. Andrews remove all soap and keep clothes
Thursday night ot last week. white and soft Change rinse e
RHODEN, Mgr. Mrs. Harvey and children of water and curds. Force water

Phone 131-W Ralford spent Friday with Mrs. through clothes when rinsing, to
Alvin Kite and children. Ronnie wash out the soap curds and wash
and Donnie returned with them off curds and scum.
for the weekend.Mr. Clothes that have been properly I
and Mrs. Sheppard were washed do not need bluing. If
SPECIALARMY glad to have their children home you do want a last bluing rinse,
for Thanksgiving. They also en- do not use too much bluing and!
joyed cane grinding the rest of be sure it Is well dissolved( before

SHOES-With New Soles & HeelsAll the week. I you put the clothes in the water.
Wayne Hazen Sizes 2.50 Pair spent Thanksgiving with his do not let them soak in the

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. OW bluing. Work quickly, dipping
*. Andrews.Mr. them in and out of the bluing
Army FIELD JACKETS Wool and Mrs. Raymond Brown and wringing.,

3.85 & 2.50 each enjoyed Thanksgiving holidays;
with relatives in Ft. Myers. Desk pad corners -
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Petty of Ral only' 63o at The TELE- I
Men's Full-Length OVERCOATS ford were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C.IIAI'II. Large sheet blotters to SeeSanta
Milton Kerce Monday night. They match lOo each. _.
5.00 to 7.50 eachMen's were grinding cane.

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Andrewsand Be Quick To TreatBronchitis
children pent Sunday afternoon ClausAt
In Brooker with friends.
'3.85 each Miss Margie Moody spent Sat. I

dolyn urday Rimes.In Lake Butler with Gwen- The Farm, Home & Auto Supply
Chronic bronchitis may develop If e
Ladies LONG COATS Mrs. S. O. Stevenson and daughter :four cough treated and acute bronchitis I
Mrs. E. J. Sheppard and baby Is not you cannot
4.50 to 7.50 each of Tampa spent last week with afford less to take potent chance than with Creomulslon any medicine II Gifts for AD Members of The Family

her ulster, Mrs. M. L. Johns and which goes right to the seat of the
Ladies SHORT COATS family. trouble to help loosen and expel(germ I
We are having people front far laden phlegm and aid nature to
3.85; eachNicks soothe and heal fa 111',tender.Inflamed
and wide visiting the oil well
r II "r" r ,.,, ,. bronchial mucous membranes. I .
The and the
men are really tinny < Creomubion blend beeehwood 13J
large equipment .to really worth creosote byspectal process with other

Bargain HouseTWO visit seeing.just Our as soon room as U the planning drillingIs a time It contains tested matter no medicines how narcotics.No many.for medicinesyou cougba. J FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY

going strong1. have tried. ten your druggist to ,
BLOCKS FROM BUS STATION" Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews and sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with 144 W. Call f
children were dinner guest of the understanding you must like the 1 Guy, Andrews Starke, Fla.
way it quickly allays the cough permitting
Mr. and Mrs. O. W Andrews I rest and sleep,or you aro to
Thursday of last week. have your money' back (Adv., .


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Level HamptonBy wood.Miss Edna Dudley visited at

By Mrs II. M. MoRse Mrs M. C. Sweeney her home In Newberry last week. Church & School
Miss Martha Horne has been a Sunday Guide

I. a . . . . . recent guest of Miss Ruth Sib-

{r and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and COMMUNITY SUPPERAll ley In Theressa.

)dren sonGetald Tl NIdlbronn those who would enjoy a Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads-

formas aand all of fine, home-cooked meal tonightare worth and children of Waldo were --. -- .- m -

Springs were visiting urged to attend the community visitors here last Thursday. t

Datives here Monday evening. Supper at the School Cafeteria Christian ChurchThe
a .
Mrs. Carl Dobbs of this Friday night Dec.6. I
yB. and Rev. Sam I. Smith of Jack- '
Mr and .Mrs. Alton First servings will bpgln
city promptly GrahamBy
:jke sonville will conduct the morningand ;p
and mother Mrs. Inez at 5:30: p.m., eo It Is advisable -
:ebbs evening worship services at
Starke: were visiting the to be as early as possible. I
' it Mra. John
\,lly McKinney 11 o'clock A. M. and 7:30: o'clockP.
risldo of Lynn McRae little son The Hampton P.-T. A Is sponsorIng ., . . it!. respectively next Sunday "
Mr and Mrs. B. M. ItcRa! this affair, and a most cordial ,
rl I at the First Christian Church. I
unday afternoon. Lynn la sufjlng invitation Is especially extendedto r Roy Roberts of Starke was

from a ,cut on his foot our Theressa neighbors and I visiting Mr. and ").frs. C. B. Roberts Sunday school will begin at 10

'tat he received Saturday after- patrons of the school.A ) Sunday. afternoon. o'clock Sunday morning, and the Worldwide Bible Reading
: mid-week prayer service is held
while playing with an ax. Mra. Eva Strickland and family
Thanksgiving Breakfast, Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock.
foot will be in a cast for of Nichols spent Thanksgiving
!119 sponsored by the Intermediateand The Christian Church Women'
sverai! days. We wish him a Junior groups of the Young with her brother-in-law and Council will meet at the church Everyone likes to read a good) book. The best book ever written

Seedy recovery. people's Training Union, was held sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones. Thursday afternoon at 3:30: o'- may be your daily joy if you will read it.Ien:: call it the Bible. It calls

jfi' and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez of early last Thursday morning at I Mr. and Mrs. Frank HInes and clock. itself! the Scriptures Woodrow Wilson( once said, "I am sorry for the I

Orlando attended church here Hampton Lake. Mr. and Mrs. W. I I I children of Mlcanopy were Visiting men who do not read the Rible every day. I wonder why they deprive
Sunday\ and were dinner guestsparents A. Hall chaperoned the enthusiastic Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Starling "
Methodist Church themselves of the strength and of the plasure.
Mr. and Mrs. O.
II his early-risers, and all reporta John Adams, writing to Thomas Jefferson said: "I have examined
R. Alvarez.Mr. very pleasant time. I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stricklandand "Christ's Challenge to a Desperate -
till/ an well as my narrow sphere, my straitened means, and my busy life
Mrs. Owen McRae vlstf children of Lakeland
and The spent a
union prayer meeting was World" will be the topic would allow me, and the result is. that the Bible i is the best book in the
McRae's Mr. few days with Mr.: andMrs.
parents, :
' ,| Mrs. held Thanksgiving night In the! recently ot the morning sermon on Dec. R
Mw. N. A. Connor In Lake Bill Cane. world. It contains more of my littlephilosophy than all the libraries I
md Baptist Church with the Rev. : the second Sunday In Advent, a* '*

Butler Sunday. Ralph Rivers, palter of the Waldo Mr. and Mrs J. B. Stricklandand announced by the Rev. W. J.hurchwwcll have seen

Miss Mary Lou Alvarez of Van- Methodist Church, in charge of son, Johnny, of Gainesville ? pastor of the First John Quincy Adams said' "So great is my veneration for the Bible

jft-bllt and Miss Frances Crosby the service. An unusually large were dinner guests of Mrs. Carl Methodist Church. The choir is that the earlier my children begin to read it, the more confident will be

iIf Sunnybrook were dinner guests crowd attended at this time. Jones Sunday. now rendering special Christmas my hope that they will prove useful citizens to their country, and respect!

of idle Gwwendolyn McRae Sun- The Rev. W. A. Hall filled his Mr. and Mrs. Cannon of Ohio music. able members of society."

la)'. appointment at the Graham Baptist are spending several weeks with At the evening hour the religIous Andrew Jackson president of the United States, at the close of hid ,

j. VV Hall of Jacksonville Is Church last Sunday. Mr. and MdK. Edd Parrish.Mr. film, "The Parable of the life pointed to the family Bible, which lay on the table beside him and :

.ending this week with H. M. and Mrs. S. N. Hess and Sower" will be shown. '
said to his physician, "That Book, sir is the rock on which our Republic
STORE CIANGUS HANDS children of Lake
And Hampton were
KcRae family. Young people meet at 0:30: p. rests."
Mrs. L. E. Haltlwanger, :Mr. The first of lat week the B.Y. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. and
m. Sunday Prayer
Men think they have discovered certain indications that nationis
business John
changed Thanksgiving.
andtoldren McKinney on
Mrs. Hugh Haltlwanger grocery -
mil Wed.
Praise service held each
and B. L.' Haltlwanger ; ownership and Freeman Hall Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton 7:30 drifting. That means we have left the rock foundation. A rock does

ill of Jacksonville, were visiting took over the entire stock as sole and sons of Starke were visiting nesday at : p.m. not drift, and if we are anchored to it, we will not drift.

tt. and Mrs. Arthur McRae owner and manager of this thriving frs.> Melton's parents, Mr. and Christmas is near What are you Other nations have been great, and in their self-sufficiency have

Thursday! of last week. little grocery and market. He Mrs. Berry Dyal Thursday of going fortunate to do about placing eomeunaless list? turned their backs on God and rejected His Word, and the archeologistdigs I

will be assisted by Mrs. Hall as last week. on your prayer deep in the dirt to find evidence of their departed glory. What makes

Ruunty metal wastebaskets ouly clerk and Mrs. J. W. Horne Mr. and Mrs. Russell Starling
as you think we will miss their fate if we emulate their folly?
,1.23, at the TELEGRAPH. experienced bookkeeper and clerk and son, James, of Waldo were Bible Story
Amrica back to your Bible. to' tha straight study of the simple
strol1r.! sturdy attractive. who has been with Mr. Saxon Thanksgiving guests of her parents
Bible Story truths therein contained.
for several years. Mr. Saxon Is Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones. Community
: of "The Life of have brought their to the
retiring from business after many Mra. Annie Ward of Waldo and Hour began study Thousands persons problems Bible and

DONUTS ROLLS years as one of Hampton's lead. Mrs. Willie Melton of Fairbanks of Moses" last Tuesday afternoon in it have found life, light and courage. (Have you tried this Book to nee

with Mrs. W. J. Churchwell what it do for life? Perhup.su chapter a day will keep
PIES & CAKES Ing merchants.Mrs. visited their cousins, Mr. and can your tempta-

Mrs. John McKinney, Thursday of presiding. A total of 101 children tion away. It surely will if you will allow it to do its regcnrating, cleansing I

None are better H. C. Parker and family last week. and eight adults attended.All work in your life.

than of High Springs have been recent Math Wasdln and son, Bobble, workers were present Will II. Houghton President Moody Bible Institute. rRev. ,

guests of Mrs. Parker's mother, and Jewett Fogg are on a huntIng During the clans, the children I I II

and sister Mrs. Della Dyal and trip in the Ocala National continued rehearsal of Christmas 5 I
Mrs.\ Alma Saxon. Forest. songs. The school, which Is nondenominational -- -
Lappe Bakerymakes
Mr Marlon Gnann and children Mrs. Chesley Fogg returned is held each CHURCH DIRECTORY !

Florrle and Jimmy of Jacksonville home Saturday from a. visit with Tuesday at 3:30: p. m. in the

the her Mrs. David Durbln Methodist recreation building.Sunnybrook. ,. ,
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CAKES MADE TO ORDER with her sister Mrs. C. L. May. who has been very sick but returned M1HSIONAKVHAITIST Flit NT MKTIIOM1MT': !' HTAIIKIC. HilI.HIUNN: _
I a . . K1NGHLKV: LAKE IIAITIMT.! Services j
and Mrs. M. C. for visit.
Sweeney.Mrs. a longer I
ClIL'ItCII. Sunday Church School, 10 A. M. Morn- every 2nd and 4th Sundays.I
John Turch of NeptuneBeach Mr. and Mrs. Jones have returned
School 10 A. :M. Preaching 11 Ing Worship, 11 A. M, Youth Fel; 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
- recently' visited her bro. 1 to Georgia after a visit
A. M. Il.T.U., 6:48: : P. M. Preaching School) every Sunday 10 A. M.
7 I'. M. Worship
lowship. Evening
ther W. H. Maxwell with her sister, Mrs. r.1. xoung.Mr :
II.T.U. 7:00 P. M. O. E. Cutshav
By Mrs. O. E. 7:45 P. M. Prayer Meeting .IIIV. -
ypUR.WATCH Mr. and Mrs. Olen V. Hicks of Crews is visiting his chil- . . Crosbye each, Wednesday: 7:30 P. M. Louis 7:30: P. M. Prayer and Praise /, Pastor

Jacksonville spent Thursday with ,dren in Georgia. School Service Wednesday 7:30: P. M..

Deserves_ the Best Mrs. W. W. Hicks and family. Mr. and Mrs Vernon Dyal of Mr. and Mrs. Buck Woods and Superintendent.I* WatawrlsM. Sunday.' .nnl. Sllcox, Woman's Society lat Tuesday, IIKI>AV IIAITIHT CIIUKC'II.

,_ :'Ik.-'L Miss Shirley Seley of Citra Lakeland spent Thanksgiving with baby, Mr. and Mra. Dewey Woods BTU Dlnirtor. Services Every I 3HO: P. M. Church located Walnut Sunday School 3 P. M. Preaching

spent? several days last week'with: relatives herp. and children of Jacksonville and Welcome. ,' 4 p. M. Prayer Meeting each
cOI; "" Sunday. Everybody and Jefferson StrcoU Rev W. J.
her mother Mrs. Llnnieg'eley.: Miss Selma."nvirs'w 'in Jacksonville Mr. and, Mrs. Ellis Howard of I'I Churchwell, Pastor 'I Thursday 7:30: I*. M. Church located

Mrs.. Fred D. Eiland and child Saturday. Bryceville were dinner guests of CHURCHPreaching _I at Brooker, Fla. Rev. C. A.

1 1 ren spent the weekend In St. Mr. and Mrs. Hazel Thomas of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly Sun- fOKINTII I1AITIMT! Crosby Pal tor.I'ISE .

Petersburg with relatives.Mr. Hampton attended church here 2ml, and 4th Sundays 1"lnMT l'n"1HnVTERI\N

and Mrs. Hershal Parker Sunday.Rev. day.Mr. J. R. Kelly and 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m., Rev. C. MTAKKK.-: -Sunday Bcl.no 9:45: [ LEVEL: KAPTINT.-Sun.
and Mrs.
and daughters Helen Jean and Wilbur Hall and family Mr. and P. Padgett, pantor. Sunday, School A. M. Morning "Worship, 11 A. M. day School 10" A. M. Morning
REPAIRTrustworthy children were visiting TrainIng Ladies 2nd A 4th Tues Worship, 11 A. M. Service
attended church here I Sunday 10:30: ( a. m. Auxiliary Song ,
hereSaturday of every
Doris of Flint. Mich., were Hampton Mra. C. A. Crosby and family of
i Union every Sunday evening days. 7 P. M. Evening WorsMp. T:30: P.
relatives and
visiting They were accompanied -
Service Brooker Sunday.
friends. They are formerly residents Mrs Ervin Dyal was In Alachua Mrs. Beulah 6:13.: Public cordially Invited to M. Teachers Meetingrlible Study
home by nitOOKKK 1IAITI.ST CHURCH. Monday, ''7(30 ,,P. M.. MidWeekPrayer
attend all nervlctn.JIOATDRAIN
of Hampton.Mrs. Friday.Mr. Kelly and Mrs. Evelyn Crosby, School 10 A. M. MornIng
Sunday Meeting. Wednesday 7:30P.
F. Oakle and children and Mrs. Charles Roebuckof holidays .
Strong Wyatt
Harley time who spent the Thanksgiving BAITISTCIIIMCII.Sunday Worship 11 A. M. B.T.U. 7:13: : M. Rev. W E. Halt Pastor.
Ga. Thanka- Ocala are spending some
of Brunswick with Mr. and Mrs. Croaby. P. M. Preaching 7:30: P. M. Prayer
with her sisters Mrs. with Mrs. Roebuck's brother and i. School 10 A. M. MornIng -
137 West Ca.ll St. giving Day Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and Meeting each Wednesday 7:30:
Doris Hardy and Mrs. Odell War. sister-in-law Mr. and Mra C. Worship 11 A. M. B.T.U. 7 St. Mark's
CAMP BLANUINO JEWELER children spent P. M. Rev. C. A, Crosby Pastor
7:30 P.
Young. Mr. and, Mrs. Ronnie Mun- P. M. Evening Worship ,
SINCE 1941 ren.Mr.. and Mrs. Everett Oelge Mrs. Irene Ratliff and Mrs. Bill dorff of Starke. :'1. Prayer Service each Tuesday NKW: IttVKK MI IN\nY HAPTIST Episcopal Church

and little son of Jacksonville Cain were shopping In Starke 8 P. M. Cottage Prayer Meeting ('IIUKTG: ; -Horvlco I -
and Mrs. W. T. Crosby, every
spent Sunday with ,Mr. and Mrs. Monday. Mr. each Thursday 7:3(1: ( P. M. Churchlocated and 3rd at 11 A. M.. I
Minnie Cain has returned Mr. and, Mrs. L. A. Crosby, Mrs. southeast of 1st Sundays Church School 10 A. M.
B. Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Free- Mrs. 3 1-2 miles .Rev Truby Parrl h. Pastor, Pub
STARKESaturday man Hall. home after a visit with relatives Beverly Starke. Rev. C. C. Harris Pa Ho cordially Invited. Morning (Prayer and

Mrs. Ruby M. Underwood am In Georgia. last Fri tor. I Sermon- 11 A. M.
daughter spent several days last MUw Alma-Leta Dyal of Ziff Mrs. Ma J. WATKItOAK ILiPTIMTrervices -

with their the guest of her aunt, Mrs (.'IIIIR'I1.ULble .-
Gainesville was
week I
day.Mrs. KIIIMT JIlt and 3rd at 11 Church' for
Sr.fr.. every open dully prayers
L. E. Ratliff, Sunday. A. triggers M. Preaching, .
L. Jr., School, 10 A. A. M. and 7::3() P. M. Sunday >nd ...t. Service Center open
vf was Mrs. A. DrlKgern .
Bobbie Surrency Tampa and n M
Sundays A.
1 1st and 3rd
y Sur. Mrn Pat Mfr School every Sunday 10 A. M. dully for rocrratlon.First .
of Johnny Drlggeni.
the holiday guest Donald Mid-Week Prayer
and 7:30: P. M.
::: Rev. O. E. Cutshaw Pastor
.. Butler and Mrs.
deny and Mrs. Maude Graves. Nabb of Lake Service, Wednesday, 7:30: P. M.

S.- Miss Onle Mae Starling wa B'ernle Thomas of Jacksonville Woman' Missionary Council bust
wvr of Mr. and Thanksgiving uncut of Mr lit ,1I1ItC'1I! or . Hun day
the week end guest were 'seas meeting at the church, r
Dobbs of Blanding Mrs J. R. Kelly. Church School, 10 A. M. Morning Wor Christian
Mrs. Jimmie I, and Thursday 3:30, p. m.: ,at
the 11 A. M. Kvenln: Worship
ship *
I Crosby spent
Dec. 14SHOWGROUNDS Village Sherman for business and social ;
n his grandparents, 7:15: P. M. Y.P.K. Tuesday 7:11:
Mrs. Carlton Davis o f near weekend with 3rd Thursday 330p.: m. at placeto Church

.nM Waldo Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johnson of be announced. P M. Prayer AToetliTg, Thursday
7:1.1 P. M. Church located at
Mr. and Mrs Berry Dyal.iv New River.
Eighth!: & St. Clair Streets. Ser- Sunday, Dec. H
HT. M \UK"! '" K I1 M C O T A I- W. A.
1'IRrrtr rot'IIT. nmi>ronlolWv. tl vices every Suixlay. Rev. ,
CU e5.rho I remilrod to apDaar on School, 10 A. M. Morning
FI.OUIUAI I You are Church Smith Pastor. Rev. Sam I. Smithof
ON'HIGHWAY 200 11148. In the abosS0nnelbCourt 11 A. M.
: 1' wh..".lii Prayer and Sermon
Lamar Phillip-. Plaintiff. ... ) "ltU. I
Edward Case H r.JfordI'oiintv Communion! lot Sunday))
TtibSI divorce.
Hefen.lo1nt .ek. (Holy
I va llutlv I'hllllpn. plaintiff piibllun thU WOO is I.A W N DIN4YIONAIiYIi.ti1'Isr JackKonvlllcII
5159. Telegraph l shall and rnt rcelliion. Friday
SOUTH OF TOWN !'V" OROKTl. OF rl'nLII"AT10N Or.I in n..at fonr weeklY offlrtul Litany 10 A. M... ('IIIJ.tn. H U n -I u y

I I ANTI NCITICF) TO' APPBAK to: Hunt Wltn... my Florida.hand and IhU "ct ,- 7:30: P. M. Holy Days Church, open School 10 A. M. Morning Wor JM.. & 1:::10 I'. M.
STATE OF KI-OKinX uRI!I .t Ntsrhr Communion.
Holy .
r.'d In [louts ship 11 A. M. Song Service! H I'
Phillip". whH* < n.o ber II. 1946.IoFFB'IA1 and rest Service >
'iN". 3. lleflln. Alnl'arna. j III'AI.> A. J. Thorn.. dally for prayer M. Prayer Meeting! shall Wednesday -
I tB appear onD.rVml.r of .nl.l Court dally for recre
re'iuirwl Clerk Center
Aa FIR open 7:31) P. M. H.T.U Friday 7:30: ,
1948. In th. .bo* Dnughs, I/uin..vllle/ .
r 7// |I mimml. Court 2. and Goose. wh..ln' I iAUjr, 'IOrio. H.for I'M. 11,1 If II-U ation. Church St. at Jatkwon.KAWIKV I I'. M. Church located 3 miles,.

>> 'plaintiff ...k.. l"'Arrr"h. ,hl, It.tPTIT (e'Ju'uelI west of Lawtey. Rev. T. C. Williams.
I" 'U FirstPresbyterian
untr Telegraph l I'll 'rllM f .",'c'I'r f'OI HT i
order in nest four weekly '1.10.1 lilt Ilrrt/NU f III 1'Y. (o'Lol&-' Sunday School 10 A. M. Morning Pastor
hanot and orrl"lal' I,
FI7p .rill witiw at filar.mr, Florida thin Octo- III'I IN CUANCl'rtY Worship 11 A. M. Young fuople's ChurchNo

J her 24 1946.OFFk1AL. ('nil* N... SlIJIPDY Meet. 7 P. M. Evening Service : LawteyBaptist
I ( 81'AT,' A. J. Thorn.. M TOLPM.AIt. a minor P. M. Prayer Service, Wednesday
.. Clerk of paid( Court. IlYhAlll.
Bids IN Ilf: K-a- V. Church -- I
It. Tl. ,."ncan. 511 Lyach n. flAln'o: and 7:30: P. :M
WORLD'S Jacksonville. Fla. 11.n \lAIlUl1tItIT": TULPAIr1R BAB.Tft Lee Pa tor, J. K- Wall.. Jr.,,
11-1 4t --
Att,. for V\t.\ wtfa.
NEWEST I I TUN:.l. his Ntyrlre.: "'U APPtAU S. S. Supt. Sunday School 10 A, M. i
The "Skower-Prvf job ugh n cinrriT. KIOHIHtlWim rofr.rolHTr. Itf'tornno... ell '''II. TUB Nathan HTATK Tolp.la.OF es.I.KIX.>KIUA- : Services 11 A. M.. 8 I'. M.

WORLD'SFINEST i a little thing 10 look for ('t:" .. I' M.V.. J.rr..un Sinai SPONSORSOf Wednesday 8 p. m.
to find!:! It nT J. Th.u FUln.lff. l'o.Uand. o."on. thai Service ServicesSunday
but a big thing .Ether Th.ua I>ef.n
BIG SHOW S means your costly almost rif t"\mL1"T'ON\ ,poUUnn'ull Court has f..r t..n'A"rlOrd flied In the ron"I 10,. The Church Page .
irreplaceable wool TO APPEAR In Ch"n"o. hy harRnrUm --
NOTIfB V'eltomeIttended
AND I"lo.ldn Cordial
/ A
USED FOR to' ,K;.th.r &Ia.lfuerlt. T"Ipah"
OIIII> \ "n.1
are FI
/ curtains and slip covers flTAT'I' > and .d...... a.I."tl" of Judy Market
6 ARENAS IT* 1000 RS1166ltT1It611MUTEAS i doubly-protected against The'a unknown. who.:'; realderlc N.H..I"n Tol"I1&r..r th..n.1 you are rsld Carat'Court) Tip Top Super t,. All I
10 appear Store
omm..nd..1 .
moistureand Alvarez
shrinkage from I th" 6Ih day or I' i
EYEI from deep ingrained 'I.n mb.Thll..a'. A U. "44, and ...h'"'' Hollywood Camera I
; : ; wh" oal"> p NtlonS '
I ,,.. any
a" iciirtiM* iroen m CNl stains, such as "cokes' and GET THESPEEDY phi' ,,101 l toe If..nt.d_ and r al lOr & rift: Shop METHODIST CHURCHA
head FIRST I
WORLD'S GREATEST mixed drinks. To give you SURE said W'TSFn.' ,art. 0'' .",...,k.', .'lorido. .tht.4th II. C. Wall Agency

AMUSIMtMT INSTITUTION I longer wear and fresh looking Yrt" 01', ,'' J'f s ".. "th.... :A. k.6ourt I>. I'llarttt Carpenter'sCoca'CcLa Friendly<< Church In A Friendly

fabrics let us Shower. REL/EFFORAC/D dyAl.r14y :

tOI rtOrltS"..-o-r.'tIo...tl.a. .... I Le \\I. C Connnr. It. 'C.Carly Bottling Co.Lelia Community
garments.Starke ,
Pruf 1'0'
1W ADEHIC STARS yrwt..awMta.X110 '' your INDIGESTIONCarpenter's II u, 4 Urn. Aett'.r' e
..e.Myrl dpr. s .
WILD AMI- .d.t A. J I Paint! in *i

*LS-M CKtATCONTINENT h rar.ae II Koch Druis Store
> "" alr-S FLORIDA/ LIVRA TONELAXATIVE TyuV Dry tiwxNDrijcffcrs See The Motion Picture

MlNAGIRItPOTTER TROUPE.. Dry Cleaners 4 / Co. Sower"Sunday.
1 Furniture "Parable of the
>.0 01 AT1-50 Q Sll! :.sacs .><>**. /
Trla w a aaa'LAJURI.5OLD t Co.
MUSiCIANSNIW Hart Furniture
2 LYING ACTS and Laundry rHATftf NATlfrtif Starke Pecuniar 8th, 7:30 I', 51.I.p
rga. Hank at
io' Florida
.ar :.:""' 5.el N..
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CUS sa'.r"
SSOO.O 0 .con. I 28
(APn..1NYISrm. Os TlaMTL* ue,1a.aeaa PHONE Drug Store Itt_t JUS Pimm ttmftt Mike Maruea

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.... (OKP1CIAI.I KKAr A. J. Thomas You are required tc> appear 01January :, ';', 't' "/ "
W.C.T.U. (" No. 5252.OUDIOIl AH flerk of mild Court.T. 6. 1947, In the above :
: OF PUBLICATION Krank Irfindrum. Stark, Via. named Court and cause* wherein.
.1' '. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Alt). tor fit. "-I tt 12-27 plaintiff irekii divorce and restoration -
TUB GREATEST ASHK'tOF STATE OP FLORIDA! to! T-6 of Maiden NamU. Bradford.
IN rUH'IT COURT IIIIAI>POHUF1.OHIUAI County: Telegraph hull publlnh thl
\ : THIS NATION IS ITS Herbert L. CrIMv whore residence OUNTY' IN CIIAN.. Order In next four weekly luauee I ,. e; '' &V -
Lambert Ruse' Plnlntlff. v.. neal at Htarkn "Florida thin Dac -
I AND TilE LIQUOR ('ar. Co. Mil. Truili. Bn. 11' O. Myrtle .. .
< mher D
742, % Punt muster Now York New Jack B'llHM Defendant. Cuna No 1940.OFFICIAL ,
TRAFFIC DESTROYS BOTH.Copied York. 6269.: ( SEAL) A. J. Thom
ORDER OR1 PlmLrCATION A" Clerk of paid Court.
"Florida to
from Von are required appear on
; AND NOTICE] TO APPEAR By Lmcllle C. Conner, D. C.
In the above
January 6 1947! JE"JE.H."Cat
r Gad NfwK". Starke. Fla.Atty.
named Court and cause, wherein STATE OK FLORIDA to Jack T. Prank Idindrum
I. plaintiff seeks dlvnrre. Bradford JlllaH, whntttt residence and addroww fur'IL 18-8 4t 12-2 ffOlR
I.r. I:* MlirillT rodHT, ftI1ll'0I1lPt'0Ule7'Y f'minty Telegraph shall publish thinOnlcr .I ____________________! Vin rt
,. FLOUIUAI IX CllAMary : \- In next four weekly |issues.Wltness
; ('I<:UY. my hand and officialHOIII s
Alice Davis Crllib Plaintiff, at Ktnrke. Florida l this Ua- Tireton

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Until Dec. 15th "'....

A Postcard To r *x I 4 i Donald
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Box 96, Rt. 1, Starke r Universal '. Mickey" by
Will Reserve YoursTURKEY y''r (I Walt Disney

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10.10 g Beautiful Full Coin

500 Yards East of Blanding Center ,
"! d Here's a beauty! Fully automatic and has a heat control dial K Come In Today!
wltll fabric markings. Bounded at; the back to prevent
SATURDAY DEC. 7-14-21 I d(\ fabric wrinkling. p <3ifcC>!
629 NORTH WALNUT Fun 111 Practical, Too

Begins at 2 P. M. 20 to 30 lb. Turkeys ffi

Bring Your 12 Guage 32 in. Max. Barrel Length ASK FOR PARTICULARS 5o// Thrilling Sturdy I Dumbo

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*Sept.20-Gainesvillel9 BHS 7 I

*Sept.27--BunnellO BHS 62 HOMECOMING I !'' ,

Oct 4--Lake Butler 6 BUS 20 "g

*'Oct. 11St.Augustine 6 BUS 13 / -

*Oct 18--Bolles 13 BHS 7

{We're With YouTornadoes Every Type of
Oct. 25--N 0 Game GOOD LUCK Insurance

*Nov. 1Palatka BHS O. TEAMJROBBINS' Please 'Phono. 146.
*Nov. 8--Newberrv BHS 47 I I CARPENTER'S H. C. WaD
The llcxall Store
Nov. 15St.Leo 12 BHS 0 AgencyTORNADOES

It's A Pleasure
Let's See
*Nov. 22--'0,pen Date Every Home Game The To Tornadoes lack Go To ItTOKNADOES! You're__ Tops We're in Tops Football in-

Nov. 27--Lake City 20 BHS 21 \ Seat CoversWard's

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

Taxi' ServicePhone 150. Agency Grocery & Mkt. Cover Company

Go Get 'Em {We flack TheTornadoes lIed Wishes See Us For We Clothe The
...' f TORN A DOES! To The Team! Sporting Goods Family
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:: 100 Percent
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= Kidd's The Bradford Barksdale's

1 -- Service StationLet's 'Lappe Bakery Star Store Hardware Clothing Store
A Good TeamDeserves You'll Arrive
Support Starke's Finest A Good Team Safely
Team Our Hacking And on Time
Our Winning Jeicelry Store
Needs Good FoodFor the Game With
We{ Serve It!!
Home Eastern TIRES
Harlev F. Strong
:"f.:, !!
:";t.. & Auto SupplyCompliments Jeweler Auto Supplv Guidon Grillttring J. P.MOTORS ROBERTS

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Everybody. Out Good Luck
Home the UaconTOKNADOES Fill The Stands
For Tonight's Game To The Team !
For Tonight's Game

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.. 75c Florida Bank WinklerElectric
Adults-- ----- I
County at Starke Fins & Feathers
Telegraph Member F.D.I.C. ', Sernce' fish and Poultry :
Students t ,SernceMen-------55c -

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Defendant Defendant. Case checks of the tWQ lowest bidden James J. Quinn Defendant. Case As Clerk of said Conner court. D. C. December named 16. 1946 a'
IV CIIICI'IT COt'llT. BIIAIIFOHnIMM'V. Mae. A. Ca. ,No. -ph H. Jackson, No. 520E. ny Lucille C. court and the
(. will be deposited.All Chas. R. Hess, 804-00 Healty Bull. Plaintiff seeks S
FI.LISitV. 0111161 IV CIIAV.Vlnioi : Uf divorcee
No.ORDER: In accordancewith PUBLICATIONAND
I work to ba dona ORDER OF
USER OF PUBLICATION: OF PUBLICATION dins, Jacksonville Fla., Aty. for County Telegraph lit
AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR ANDS NOTICE TO APPEAR latlh" Plan Specifications: and NOTICE TO AI'PEAR pit 11.15 4t 12-8 Order Ira next '''
I ) Clifton DrlKMTtrH.! Plaintiff STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Provisions of the State STATE OF FLORIDA TO: four weekly
t>F FL :
.... Melba l>rlKW<*rM, Defendant Mae A. Kelly whose residence and Joseph II. Jackson whose residence toad Department. Special attention Mr. James J. Quinn, whose residence ..aI m" hand Ind
CH...> No. 0243 ...1011'1.. :. % Mnukland Htate llasplliil and address Is unknown In culled to Special Provisions Is: 51* Halnurldce Street, 151 rlltCHIT COl'HT.rorvrv. IIRAiFORD vember at /Stark.' Flu .1.! b I
: onDKR OF PUBLICATION OransT,,l"urs;. New York. You are required to appear on which will b furnished with each Brooklyn New York. FKOIIIUAI i.v CIIA.N-. (O OFFICIAL 1i0A, '
1 AND NO'l'I.:1"TO APPEARk You are required to appear on December 16, l 4t. In the above proposal. You are required to appear on C.I&V. As Clerk ).,
k HTATB Cl) FLOItlOA/ to: Melba December 20, 184, In the ahovsniiniMd named court and cause, wherein 1'roposalsj will ba furnished to December 1*, 1t4" In the above Oeor'we 1'. Mule, Plaintiff, vs. Roma. of said s iv.ur. fl
HrlRK'THVIOMB rcxlilvnce. and address Conrt and cause, wherein plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Qualified Contractors. upon appllca named court and cause wherein D. Maze, Defendant. Case No. 5103.ORDEB Charles n. ,|M1I ,?0 ,
I U 111) Jiieens HI., Jcorwa* plaintiff ....k.l divorce| llrsdford County Telegraph shall publish thus tlon t.> till office FOU TILE HUM plaintiff seeks dlv '.. Bradford OF PUBLICATION In">K" Jacksonvtllfi
town H. tr. County Telegraph shall publish this Order dyoftirfs'' (IF| 15 FOR EACH PHOI'OI>JAL, County Telegraph s':.sill publish this AND NOTICE TO APPEAR PIt. tJ irtfTailorMade
1'1 Ihandwe
j nensnmyY I'lnnM from this
, may be purchased Issues. STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
You are required to appear on Order In next tour weekly IHHUOS.VVItlwMS 7dth : Order In next four weekly
t IVcembrr an, 1948. In the above my hand and official seal at Mtarke Florida Novembfr office for the mini' of lIl3b for each Witness my hand and official Roma D. Mao whose residence and
1\ .named. Court .and cause wherein seal st Starko Florida, this November 14. 1048. set No' proposals Issueduniese seal at Starke, Florida, this November address Is unknown:
' plaintiff seeks) divorce. Bradford 37. 1940. (OFFICIAL WHAM A. J. Thomas. requests fur them are received 14 1846.OFFICIAL. You are required to appear on
j'" dimity Tol'uraph shall publish OFF/CIA. SEAL A. J. Thomas As Clerk of said Court, r..rIl office; at 1 least 34 ( HEAL> A. J. Thomas, December 18, 1946, In the above SEAT
this next four weekly Is. AN t'lerk rif said Court Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C. bourn the time for openingbid As Clerk of said Court.My named court and cause, wherein I COVERt
: ""**.O"'I..r Inf. T. Frank Landrum Stark. Fla. T. Frank Ijindrum Htarku' Fla. Lucille C. Conner D. C. plaintiff: seeks divorce. Bradford
, l Witness my hand and official ....alI' Ally for Klf. ll-2i:. 41 12-20 All). for Plf. 1115 4t 18- All bids must show totals. for T Frank Landrum. Btarke, Fla., County Telegraph shall publish this
at Starke, FJurldn, this Novouilmr i if I -, each Item and total amount of bid Ally, fur Plf. 1115 4t 12-6 Order In next four weekly Issues. i
Inserted >n thu cover of the pro. -r+-
Witness my hand and official
21, 1 4H.OFFICIAL. IV riHfl'IT' CUUIIT, lilt \nFOIlII iv ciiirriT roritr. \DKOIII -
f SMAL) A. J. 'Thomas poxnl. seal at Starke Florida this November ,
I', As( Clerk of said Court.T. (' HTV, FWIIIID.t/ l'IIAN- ('01 MTV, KI.UHIItAI IV (CIIA.V The right I* reserved to reject iv ('IIUT. roritr, 111I \UFOI" S, 1946.OFFICIAL 1
Frank I.nndrum HlurUe, Fla. I, ('..:nv. 4'F/t: Y.Emmett. Cntsworlh Avrctt. Plain any or all hid.*. DKPAKTME.VTOF "'OV ''I'Y. FI.OHIIJ.\I I i.v CIIAV.a. : ( sId..) A. J. Thomas
4t Joseph A. Thomas, Plaintiff 'H. TA'I'I"HOAO : e":11: Y. Court.Charles .
Atty, fur ,.It. 11-39 Maude. Avrett, Defendant As Clerk of
tl_ vs. Ethel FLOItlOA, ijlurke Plaintiff, vs.Iaurn .
Agnes! f?. Thomas, Defendant Case Onrvey R. lIe80. 806 Realty Building -
: : Nu.IIIN.! ('nHe No. B24o.OIIDKR 1''. K. I lay less. Chairman.llerndun F. Oarvey, Defendant. Case Jacksonville Fla., Aty. for
i.v ciitci'ir: foi irr. .m.u '"U20.1. ORDER OF PUBLICATION OF PITBLICAION 1'. Coloney, State No. 6208. Plf. 11.15 4t 1S-6
EEn T.1dward. STATH nlo' flXJUIDA TO: OF 1"LOIUD.TO: 11-29 2t 13I -. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR '
.1. Kelly Plaintiff, vs. Agnes C. Thomas, whose residence Ethel Maude Avrett whose resl STATE OF FLORIDA TO: i.v CIRCUIT roriiT, IIHUDFOIIUfODN'rY V
... Is unknown: _
de. and )
and address la: Mount Pleasant to appear on ciiiruir co CUT, BISADFORD Laura. F. Oarvey whose residenceand FI.OIUUAI CIIA4C'KHV. : -
I South Carolina. P. O. hue No. Jill December You are 23rd required, 11)46 In the above ('0', STY, .....OIUU.\ IV CJIA.NKIIV. ; address Is; 120 Woodslda Village All WorkGuarantEe.?
You to on Vivian VVIIkens Bostwlck, Plain.
are required appear and wherein ( Stamford, Conn.
Dnoember 16, 1(411 In the abovenamed named Court divorce.cause' Bradford Salvatore Clccone, Plaintiff vs. to onDue.mber tiff v... \Vllber Delmont Boatwlck WARD SEAT
plaintiff seeks You are required appear
court. .And cause, wherein No. Defendant. Case No. 6194.
shall Jean Clcconyu efendant. Cane above
County Telegraph publishthis 15, 1946, In the
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
four weekly Issues. 0207. named court and wherein
Order In next cause COVER
Telegraph shall publish this NOTICE TO APPEAR CO.OAT'S
County ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND plaintiff' seeks divorce. Bradford .
Order In next four weakly issues.Witness NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
I i Witness my hand and official seat bounty Telegraph shall publish this
hand and official Delmont
Starke Florida this In four Issues. '
at Order next weekly
i seal Stark, Florida this No. la
at Mrs. Jean Clccone whose residenceand and address Headquar.
vetnher 12 1944.OF'FICIAi. !. 20 OFFICIAL I III4 A. J. Thomas. address IH: JUG 52nd Street Wllne... my hand and. officialseal tern ErlanKln Air Force Station Plione 10 Court &: 11Id1.on
SEAL) A. J. Thomas ( SEAL at Starke, Florida this November -
( As t. ITooklyn New York: APO No.6., coo| Postmaster New
t As Clerk of said Court. Zach IH.ku'r: ", Box 411, Oalnesvllle You are required to appear on 14, 1946. I York N. Y.
John W Miinkaff. 1111 Graham OFFICIAL WEAL) A. J. Thomas. ,
December 16, 1949 In the above You are required to appear on
A DependableLife Itnllding\ Jack.onvl1l.'lr '$., Attys Fla.for Plf. 1122 4t 12.13 named court and cause, wherein As Clerk of said Court.
for l>lf. 4t 12-8 plaintiff' leek divorce Bradford By Lucille C, Conner, D. C.
County Telegraph. shall publish this William D. Morgan Fifth Floor
i.v: CIRCUIT: COURT tin.tuFonroiTv Order In next four weekly .Issues. Clark Building, Jacksonville, Fla. Here's sweeter tastier bread
Iv'tllr1'r cntniT, intii>iroiii> -1 ,
for Pit 11-15 4t 12-6
Preserveris (CIII-MTV FLUIIIIlAl) IN CHAN ; FLomnAi i.v CIIA.VKIIV. : Witness my hand and official Atty.
4.'EftY.Edmondo. (' Heal at Stare Florida this November .
: Joseph Ethel Hraeknell Rogers, plaintiff. 14 1946.OFFICIAL i.v oinrrrr IIIIADFOHII ,
vs. Morena Avacclo A..acctol-Pla.lntlff.Defendant vs. Joseph It. Rogers, Defendan ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas COIJVTV. Fi.oamu COrnY iv CIIAV.CF.ltV. with FLEISCHMANN'SFRESH
Important in an emer Case No. 5201.ORDER Case No. 5196.OHDEH A. Clerk of said Court. .

need OF PUBLICATION NOTICE OF ]PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR Fly Lucille C. Conner D C. FI.... John Thomas Hazard Plaintiff vs.
You Starke
T. Frank Landrum
gency. AND NOTICE TO AI'PI"AltflTA..E Katherine K Hasard Defendant.Case .
STATE OF FLORIDA TO: pit. 11.15 4t 12-8
Atty. fqr
<)V FLORIDA TO: No. 0200.OHDElt .
Automobile Insurance Morena Agacclo whose residenceand Joseph II. Rogers whose residenceand -
Helms Ave. OF
address Is 692 'OFORO'
iv: nncriT coi'HT.
Is tic
address : UNTO Naxaar.na
Naval Base Charleston, South Car ( PLOIIIUtl IN: CHANCKHV. NOTICE TO APPEAR
before an emergency occurs. Via L Lucia Onenllu. Imperla ollnal niJN'fV.. STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

Italy: to. You are required to appear on flare Hull..dgVatt..., Plaintiff, vs. Katherlne P. Hazard, whose residence -
You on
are required appear and address IH 155 Boston
r I December Iff, 1046 In the abovenamed Monday December 16th, 1946 In Ouy L. Watts, Defendant. Case No.
Buy it now the above named court and causwherein .. 5231. Street Salem, Mass.
court and cause, whereinplaintiff plaintiff seeks divorce. ORDER OF PUBLICATION: You. are required to appear on .
seeks divorce. Bradford December 16 In the abovenamed '
Bradford County Telegraph shall TO APPEAR 1046 YEAS1
: Telegraph shall publish. this AND NOTICE
; Charley E. Johns Order rounty, In next four weekly Issues. publish this Order In next four STATE OF FLORIDA TO: I, plaintiff court seeks and divorce cause, Bradford wherein
weekly I Issues. Guy L. Watts whose residence and
t Witness my hand and official Witness my hand and official seal address bar P. O. Pox B04 Lnnches- County Telegraph shall publish this
Agency seal at Stark, Florida, this 4Vovemher > at Htarks Florida this 8th day of tar, South Carolina: Order In next four weekly Issues $ t.
14, 1948. SEAL A. J. Thomas,
November 1946. You are required to appear on OFFICIAL )
fhon 13 STAnK!:, FlA. I (OFFICIAL HEAL. ) A. J. Thomas OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. December 2rd: JD411.! In the above Witness my hand and official 1 firIT'S
As Clerk of said Court As Clerk of said Court. named Court and cause, wherein seal at Starke, .Florida this November -
> .. T. Frank T.iimlrum, 8tnrke FIll, John, J. Henderson Esq.: St. Auffnstlne County Telegraph shall publish thin
f..- Atty. for Plf. 11-15 4t 12-8 Fla.? Atty. for P'Jf.' Order In next four weekly Ixsues.Witness .

... .... iv rtitrt'iT cotJHT, 11.10111) 128'O'I'U"'l my hand and official Deal .
at Htnrke, Florida this November
4'0"'r', FI.OIIIUAI" IV tllA.V-: '
Tl ( 0'V TII tCTOIIH '
preMntlng THE TRAVELERS. Hartford 21. 1948. -
('KIIV.narbnru. Office. ..f the titato! 1I'>nol limr (OFFICIAl. SEAL A. J. Thomas, EXPERT
Jackson, Plaintiff vs. Joe- .....nt An Clerk of said. Court
..... Tallahassee! Florida tly Lucille C. Conner, D. C. .
Nnveb.r EA. 1948 Frank I.andrum Starko Fin.
i T. +
MAIXTENANCB: ANI CON8TRUC: Atty. for Mr. 11-32 4t 12-13 FULL STRENGTH so it goes right town.

R. B. Alvarez & Son Sealed TIN bids: PHOI1HAM will he received I at iv nitrrrr COURT, \UFO..O < No waiting. No extra steps. Fleischmann's frj

thin I office until 10:30 from A.qualified M. ( E.S.T.Contractors ) on "(''.0':.Ir.VTY. FI.OIIIIf I IV CHA.V. ,} active Yeast helps make bread that's more 1

the lilt h day of D-ii-eniher ID4A for Francesca Ulnotto Tlntta Plain licious and tender sweeter-tasting time.'
.. .. every
the\ performance of the following tiff. .a Camlllo lIett. Defendant.

Transfer & Storage Co. work state: l.r..Jer Joins Vim. 2HIII.1IO. Cane ORDER No. 5200 OF PUF1LICATION asp IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-Get '
Tloi-nit: : nod TJI-II. Road No AND NOTICE TO APPEAR a
2DO; Itrlldto,'d. Clay and tiuvn STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Fleischmann'a active fresh Yeast '
Counties; between Blarke and Camilla Hctta, whose residence and
Phone 179 uldwln. Work to cnuxlHt of willenInll' address In unknown: SERVICEChas. with the familiar yellow label. E4nggN
and reoonstructlns existing You are required to appear on '
G drainage structures. A certified December 16, 1946 In the above Dependable-it's been America's nan '
check In the amount of 5000.00 named court and cause wherein
We operate local and long will lie required.For plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford C. favorite for more than 70 years.atrvrz.
each proposal a certified County Telegraph" Hhult publish this
Moving' and distance Anywhere in check In the* amount/statcul above Order In next four weekly Issues.
-- made payable to the Chairman nl. Witness my hand and official ShepherdAt
Slprag7' the State Road Department with anal at Starke Florida thin November
the of
State Florida. the necessar** rltate'a Documentary 14. 194H.
.tramps attacked must accompany (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas. Gay's Service' Station
each\ bid.A certified.checks shalleertrfidrlthhnO4'Jaya As. Clerk of said ('I>lIrt., .
Ah* 'FastrCatetul Moving ... "" ( ofth 'nyi'.uciito rr.* cornier, P. 1' i
date. for receiving/ bids. Cashiers' T. Frnnk I.andrum. Stork", Fla.,
chocks will not be accepted The Atty.. for Plf. 11.15 4t 12-6

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iv ..IR'I'r COIRT. BRADFORD py ..

MTY..THESE I TWO I REGIONAL I t FAVORITES, I.w. Alf John.' Katieff, Plaintiff, vs. Bare ( ,4,.,,.,, .

barn .:. Katieff Defendant. Case .
No. B220. t t

/; ,,.,. ,., ... t.;., aiWryiil ,' NOTICE TO APPEAR8TATB ..",
: .
:; '
..r ;{1 ry.Jweesse'4uti + L it ., .r
Barbara K. Katseff, whore residenceand x ;..'!. .
address Is: 1019 10). 36th Street ;.. '. ;"
.' Brooklyn N. Y.! t
az vi tI >: You are. required to appear on : .
e.kg y December 21, 1846,' In the above ;
4 aM'r uiMWr: Dr. U.o ea+eaa .+ wherein ;
pLd + named Court and cause,
: :uMs.rrwr- br Crab m.djum plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ; : ..
fe 4itiua3SP! ,.: Nic 4 County Telegraph shall publish this : .
Order. In next four weekly Issues. ..f .
a ; Witness my: hand and official seal .. '. @fJCO
) at Starke, Florida, this November .; ,..
'''M** 20. 1946> ,
.J (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ''1'hom ', : ;' \' :' \,
As Clerk of said Court "
G10NNwA. l ('has. R. Hess 204-05 Realty Build- : .tit .. R'dZ.l
mm InsJacksonville, Fla. Atty. for .. ,
'a Pit. 11-22: 4t 12-13 ) :
,; ," ,,.,w,, re.. .
iv ciitri'tT COURT, nitAnponnrnirVTlT >tl 1

FI.OHII1AI IV CIIA.V. ScRegardless
CKHV.Vernu : ;
; -
tcm; Otis Plaintiff, ...... WilliamOtis' ,,<. '"., .. ,
known as William Mobley, c. t J
or Defendant. Cane No. B2)9.:) 1: 1' ,
lac4s aha.iaf.d $5 ,Ax B.or ORDER OF PUBLICATION <<
4 feuw William Otis, known as WilliamMubley ;
ay a- tae dl y, p.chd' tf3iss5?! whose resldenue Is Unknown ,
..I : ..
m"r'wi'A, i ,rte, FlorjdR*lot d for Its You are required to appear" on
li N ;, ( ll BAEyy!NO us. December ..1, 1946, In the above the
w'r'! a.rr 'I+lt1s e'7rh CO.. uI named Court and cause wherein of the removal of

i *y f----i: plaintiff seeks divorce. BradfordCounty .

l : i ,r Witness my hand and official ,
: seal at Hrnrko. Florida, this Nov.

/* afl" *? 1 A.(ember OFFICIAL Clerk 20. of 1A44 SEAL said) Co..t.Z".h .A. .J. Thomas, I 0. Pe' A. ceiling on Coca-Cola our

II Douglass, Box 411. Gain's. ,
I I vine, F"..
I s s1 -' Atty. for Plf. II-2J: 4t 12.13 "

sf/ES \ iv rmcriT ('B........ nntnFnnitFI.UIIIItAl ..

r ('0' vTY. IV CIIAV.: '

: James( Eut': A.. Clrlfflth. Plaintiff vs patrl. price has not been increased.

1IVlas ..I... Joan Griffith Defendant. Case
?4 No. !521) !).
jw N& ORDER OF PlrnLIfATtO-tf
B utrlcla Joan Griffith, whose residence You continue delicious
'*"VC ,Jadl'>% You and address Is unknown: may to enjoy
are required to appear on ..
December It, 1946, In the above .(
I 1t named Court and plaintiff seeks dlvnr.... Bradfordoiiiity
Telegraph shall publish this
Order In next four weekly fee"...
Witness my hand and official and refreshing Coca-Cola at
peat at Htarko, Florida, this Nov. .
ember 20 1946.OFFICIAL I
( SEAL) ... A. J. Thomas.
A-i Clerk of said Court. _.
t I TRULY MELLOW IN FLAVOR ("hn.. R. Hess, 204-0 Realty Build.
nir, Jacksonville, '. 1... Atty. for

't jf. 'ro",. P" u-n 4t it-is five cents bottle always.
per as
I (.'.0' STY. riOBIUA'Eirbert IS, Vl1AN.:
.,..5/ Serve mellow, golden JAX Beer with all your "special" .:RY.Oe ('ourc.,. Granger. Plain. : .

.,..... tiff. vs. Jencenla Granger Defend.ant. ,
: dinners. The pure, amber color and distinctive flavor .ORDER Case No.OF 521J.PUBLICATIONAND .' ," "

NOTICE TO APPEAR .,". 'r. .. : '. ...!:,.; '17\.
\ of this 'fine: beer will make important meal taste A..A..101". FLORIDA TO: : .. .... .;, ,J. .. ;.
any Jencenla Qraneer. who. residences -f- '/ : .. ...,,......, ."!' .'. .Jt... 'II>..i'i>HI>...
unknown '
: -
better. Be sure to serve JAX, the Drink of Friendship, You are required to appear on ,1 v. .. ,"-::*tc, ; ",)t:agP'Sr.
December l.lrd.: I94, In the above ;
saJAXri : :N I
y." r '
named .
Court and cause, wherein 1 .
( other times, too. JAX is a great regional beer, grand lee yf plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford u .n s '. .
County Telegraph. shall STARKE
Ilp' publish this COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
iil'"yi1 Order In next four weekly Issues.
r for refreshment all by itself! Witness my hand and official .';" ." .
seal at Htarke. Florida this Uth ,
t day of November It48
'OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas 'j ": e
As Clerk of said Court. ,
Py Lucille c. Conner D. C. "
John J. Henderson, EIIf1. St. Au.
ustlne, Fla., Atty.: for I'lf.

JAX BREWING i COMPANY.I Jacksonville I Florida I IV CIRCUIT -COrRT.-11-13 BRADFORD 4t 11-11 '.'

-.'. I ..n"--iTY. FLonniAi iv t.:1I"oI-1: :
._ CP.RT. ,
I Violet Hull Qulnn. Plaintiff, "'.


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