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: October 10, 1947
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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t sound strange' to the Old Colonel's ears to stand there ands

\ 'grocery lady" advise people to refrain from buying all buts

essentials for a couple of weeks. But my ears weren't de- Official County Publication Kstablished In 1S77

-that was just what happened.
Lple would stop buying butter and the high priced meats for VOLUi'IN dLYTY-NINE -- --- MTARK .-FLORIDA,..ltm.\y.- OCTOBER' 10 1047 - --" MIMIiKIt FO.HTY-MNW

out two( weeks you'd see prices come down-and quick" this --__ _____- -u-- -- ___ H_ ___ __ __ __ _
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stated "The packers are Just trying to make what
ankly up t
at during the war" she continued. "The blame for high prices Countv-Wide Back Home Again
School Trustee Board Mayor Given Full Control Of PoliceAt
IJII put on the retailer, for our markups are very moderate-. After 27th Operation

aye to be, or people couldn't buy at all!I" I

t the lady said started the Old Colonel thinking, and durnetl! If Will Be Elected Tuesday Nov. 4 Reorganization
t believe! she's right. Most of us Americans are almost neurotl- !! Meeting TuesdayNew

affllcteJ! with what Is known in psychopathic circles as "delu-

f grandeur". We think that the best Is none too good for us, Complying with the new Florida- In brief unmarkedby
e're determined to have it, and let the dollar bills fall whereay. law, the School Board has calleda Utilities Tax ceremony
formality, Starke'* new Mayer
Present company no exception, of course. Trustee Candidates M
special election for
U. C. Wall, new City Marshal. W.
membered that once during the war our family ate stewed neck I Nov. 4, in each of the special Must Qualify SoonAnyone w Brings City $500 E. Thornton, and, three aldermenwere

and once we ate pig tails made into a pilau. Both dishes were school tax districts of the countyfor Collection thus far Indicate that sworn Into office at the reg-
JI and Just as nourishing as the higher priced meats. But have the purpose of electing three desiring to becomea the new City utilities' tax will ularItting of 1X City Council

or eaten them again We have not. Why? Because pork chops trustees, who will serve for the candidate for Trtmteo ran bring at leant $500) Into Starkc'a Tuesday night.Reorganizing.

-bona steaks are back on the market, of course.en new county-wide district. Mlllage have his name placed on the treasury for Itt first month of for the new year,

tolled ham went to $1 a pound I told our meat manager for the next two years will also ballot by obtaining the name operation the Council reelected L. A. Can-

rople wouldn't buy it, and we didn't order any for a week," the be voted on at this time. of six qualified elector on a City Clerk Carl Johns stated ova a* Its chairman, and named I
Instead of nine tax school districts petition and filing It at the
rocer continued. "But they kept asking for It, no we startedg 'that a total of f43883/ has been G. L. Patten city attorney. Matt
gain and now we sell all we can get at $1.20 per pound." Bradford County will now office of the Superintendent of .collected<< thus far for September, Morgan and Ralf Alvarez were

ay 20c per slice, or Sc per bite.) I have only one. This is true of all Public Inntnictlon. The deadline but that two of the largest out-of-, reappointed. to the police department -* ,
Florida counties, for the for the of trustee
k bones are ,modestly priced at 25c per pound, and the lowly new qualifying; town gas firms operating here and one new patrolman Coy

ill: at 35c, but it seems that there''are very few takers. It's easy I school law provided for the con- candidate to Monday. Oct. 29. have not yet sent in their collections. '! Stephenson, waa named.Mr. .
solidation of all districts So far candidate .
existing only one '
demand why. Imagine the embarrassment of Mrs. Doe If herMr I I It Is believed that their remittances Stephenson ha been a resident .
into one district for each county. haw qualified. G. Duncan, '
Mrs Roe should come to the meat counter and regally order will bring the total to of Starke for the past several
The three trustees for the new an Incumbent member of the
itd of boiled'ham while Mrs. Doe was trying to slip out with I at least $500.) I years and was formerly employed >
district lie U '
district will be elected In Novem- Starke from new
25c neck bones without anyone seeing her! Makes no difference The Clerk stated that the bulk, a* a fire chief at CampBlinding.
ber that take office school boaivl member residence '
so they
II bones are good' nourishing, and economical-they simply may of the revenue, 1380.70. came He will serve as night ,
1, 1048 as by district No. 5. ,
January provided
"imart".; if you know what I mean. And I'm sure you do. I law. Sonny less Is happily 'at home In from the five percent tax marshal, It we stated.

the case of the bouncing butter. It has bounced on city lights and water.If I Councilmen who took the oath
n take from 25c again with his parents, Mr. and
Under the not than
plan, more
the collection hold to the of office and entered
ud In 1939 to 90o a pound today. Some weeks it's up a few centsme Farm Home upon new
Mrs. S. N. Hens at
be elected from Agent Lake
weeks' down a few, but 90c seems a good mean average. Of one trustee may Hampton 1300 figure per month average!, two-year term Tuesday night I '
any one county school board dis after undergoing his 2Tth opera- the new tax will mean an additional -, were Canova and P. L. rldps.C. .
margarine sells for 39c but you have to go to the trouble of '
trict. The School Board recently tion $6,000 revenue for the city A. took his seat toflnh.h
that golden yellow became of performed In a Jacksonville Knight
It pretty some law
g stupid ,
changed Its districts to conform in:
Begins ProgramWork annually. out the unexpired term of
by the butter moguls, which prohibits the margarine people hospital last week. Sonny is the
area with the county commissioner
D. A. Monteith Holdover
addIng the color themselves. I victim of a rare kidney disease\
districts. This was done becausethe New City Audit Councilmen are Junius Smith
u'd think that for a saving of COc on the pound Mrs. Housewife't I I new law required five-man I was started this week to- and gained nation-wide attention and W M. Edward..

object to stirring' In a little color," I observed. ,Boards. Up until then Bradford, ward the establishment of a Home when doctors predicted three years Started This Week City Clerk Carl John. reelectedIn I

ell] some of them claim they don't like the taste of margarine i[had only three board member dls-:! Demonstration program In the ago that he would not live to celebrate Purvis, Gray & Power Gaines last month's balloting, began

11," our lady grocer replied, "but I can't tell the difference my- trlcU county with Miss Madge Whigham his 2nd birthday 'ville auditing firm, thin week begun another two-year term.Chalrm.n .

\'e haven't used butter at our house In over a year-even the: The three persons receiving the assuming her duties as Home FOH detailed annlver-I the annual audit of the City of Canova did not make
sale price Is too much for me." I highest number of votes cast in Demonstration Agent on October ry a mom << << Starke. his committee assignments Tuesday .-
of Honny and his friend. nee Colonel 'f
t then again, remember the case of Mrs. Doe and Mrs. Roe at the the trustee election will becomethe 1. Following its meeting Tuesday stating that they would bo

counter-there's such a thing as "losing face" among individuals trustees for the ensuing two Miss Ethel Hollo way. East << Itradford'M column. night the City Council announced announced probably at the next

e'l' as nations, you know. And butter is much more chic than years in the new county-wide district Coast District Home Demonstration plans for publishing a monthly meeting. The appointment of a I

seine, If you know what I mean. And I'm sure you do. providing, of course that the Agent, was In the county this Lions Lick RotaryIn financial statement for the City Bond Trustee wan also' postponeduntil

se pass the boiled ham Hector. three high men are all from sep- week assisting Miss Whigham In Fast Game 18.14 after the present audit has been the Oct 21 meeting. The f

arate school board districts. No making'' plans .for her work and completed.A&PSloreMoves. appointment of Bond Trustee O.
has for the positions In the Initial in set
one yet qualified taking steps L. Boasley Is expiring.
Buffalo, N. Y., the bootblack Joe Armento was doing* all right. The Starke Lions Club won 18-
ting up the program. From 1m- existing policies
ad come over from Italy so he didn't mind working to carry his 11 over the Rotary Club In a hit- Changing city
presiona gathered In her trav- somewhat the Council announced ,
time voters will be ,
At the same
softball at the
and dollar mortgage and keep his family of two above the water. happy game new
of six els over the county and in her that henceforth the police depart-
appreciated what he had. asked to approve a levy ball park Thursday afternoon oftaut
mills for district maintenance and contacts with people, Miss Hollo-) ment will be "turned over" to theMayor
at! was before the bus came along. Joe suffered a brain concus- wuek.
three mills for school building reserve way stated that she feels the Into New HomeStarke's who will appoint its member I ,
and broken ribs which just about closed<< his bootblacklng business. Rotarians went' to bat first,
fund-'a total of nine mills. program will be of interest and (with the exception of the,
ts looked mighty dark for the Immigrant Armento family. starting the game against the following -
Under the law the special benefit to the rural people of the elected. City Marshal) with approval -
the miracle and Joe said "I don't know what I'd new Lion P
?n occurred .Hallo- set-up: A A Store wan open
county. to. Mlas Council.
school tax district levy will be uni- According of the
thout my friends. Tenants of the building were mobilized by a Pitcher ManassaCafccb for business Wednesday in It*
form throughout the county. As way, the percentage\ of farm ownership It was' also stated that functions
rr-ciutomet andn ten days they raised over.,a thousand dollars.thee new location<< 900 East Call St.Decf'he4' t
.an' the SChoolBud, in the v county compares favo7abfy'vvlth'stber'Florida r-Jake Keene of rh's*et' department garbagV *-
now set w. '
with for the accident It : than enough fry omaiau tf teoo
iJsflsttleawnU wns more :
-Y.* > '." tar wCO1.In'the nine districts counties Short stop-A, B. Baker I collection,. traffic regulation
get tnta .
e toe eves ah vMFji' tM gh' "pof.t has )been >i>*A? as the finest and most Io \
where the the
program and public safety are now
things nUe,that don't Just happen In Buffalo N. Y.,;or Oshkosh, from:three ,to ten established for a number of years. Right field-Frank Land rum, I modern store In the A P chainIn responsibilities of the City Marshal ... 1

They happen.right here on Call Street and when they do, thanken The organisation of 4-H Clubs Center field-Charley John and a'' town of comparable sine: who In turn I* responsible. !I

they renew,our faith In human nature, which certainly needs Six Beer Licenses for girls in the county will be the Harley Strong the new location offers more than to the Mayor. ,

t In the arm every now and then.'h Issued By BoardAt first objective of the new agentIn Left field-Jake Robert and BO percent greater shelf spec This will leave only the duties ''t

< a thing last week happened to the family of Sonny Hess I order for the members to Carson Gelgor than the old store, while the floor, of street maintenance under the

nay, as you doubtless remember I la the plucky lad who attracted Monday MeetingSix complete their required work'' this First base-Bill Hummer space la more than doubled: The direction of the chairman of the ''t

wide attention back In December, 1944, when family and friends I club year., Organization of the Second base-Harry Lappe and additional room will enable the street committee.Lions ,
d Santa Claus for him several weeks early because doctors had I beer licenses were approvedand clubs has been completed at Ernest Phillip local A P to carry much greater

unced ha could not live until his second birthday on Christmas one denied when the Board variety of food than It has
Brooker and Hellbronn Schools Third base-George Ken I* To Welcome
of County Commissioners met In the It was stated. I
and the plans have been made for Almost to the end, the Rotar- pad
t Sonny did live. He's still living and thereby hangs a tale.ck here Monday. Those approvedwere other organizational meeting at lans kept ahead of>the Lions, but Notable features, sure to prowl! District Governor ,
In 1944 lived in Rochester N Y. No one : E. M. Lewis, Brooker; Joseph popular with shoppers, are the
the Hess
family all rural school early this month. during the seventh Inning the tide
At Next Meeting
Mitchell, Lawtey; Ida Mae cushioned tile floor, the wide expanses .
whereor how Sonny contracted nephrosis (an exceedingly rare Group work with adult home- turned In favor of the Lions and

"disease) but when attaches of the Naval station In Rochester, Williams, Starke; Rufus Simon makers will be organized at an the game ended In the first half of "elbow" room between The Starke Lion Club held Its
a father Hess was employed, learned about the case they gave Williams, Starke; Helen E. early date for work and studyon of the ninth inning with a score floor displays, the adequate cool- weekly Monday meeting at 8 p. I

Y* grand and glorious party-thought to be his last. But thanks Starke; and O. C. Blumer.Oren because, home problems of Interest to of 18-14 In their favor. Ing system and the large parkingarea m. In the Catholic USO.

Pert medical attention Sonny went on living and last winter theY Pierce was denied farm women. The RotarIan line-up was u fol- adjoining the building.. During the business meeting

came South for his health. They found quarters in a little Starke. Contacts made with people in lows: Store manager Morgan W Steven three new members were elected r

belonging to Mrs. Mary Adams on Hampton Lake. There Sonny The application of Raymondhis the county this week show much Pitcher-E. K. Perryman Is particularly proud of the tn the club: C S. Partln, Jake
.d to improve, and played happily In the Florida sun until justek place of business The Chatterbox Interest and good will toward the C.tcher-Ed Dahmer and O. 36-foot produce rack which Keene and Alex Purcell.A .

or BO ago when felled by another attack of his old malady.this I 218 Temple Ave., Is within program.The L. P.tt.n8hort described as the "most elaborate"he'd visitor to the meeting was

time, after some 23 operations and three years of varied 300 feet of a place of public wor- home demonstration agent top- fruits and vegetables,
cal l services, the financial circumstances of the Hess family were ship.Ed will spend the majority of time Right field-Bill Graham the P-TA, who asked Lions participation -
ne too good>> shape--as might well) be expected. Father S. N. Hess Parriah of Graham filed a In the field and at present no Center field-James Deaver Ically lighted and arranged Is againsta In the coming P-TA
mirrored background
d a modest Income as a local representative of McNeas house- complaint about road maintenance definite office hours hare been Left field-Ed 8hull carnival, a much-planned-for eventof
Products, but when Sonny had to re-enter Jacksonville hospital in the Graham section and he worked out. Headquarters have First base_Aleo Robbins I ly eyeappealing.The store will have c.rtaln-I late October. Lion agreed to

n* twenty-seventh operation his dad frankly didn't know where ,was assured that the matter would been established In the County Second base-8. O. Denmark ployee new in addition to the sponsor the hot dog and hamburger *

money was coming from. In desperation he gave a Jacksonville be Investigated and corrective Agent's Office.Farmer TJlJrd.basT K. McClane whereas only six were In the old stand on that gala occasion.
nation permission to broadcast an appeal for help. "I didn't .measures would be taken as soon Highlight of the game were a store. I President Baker dressed that

to do it. I had never done anything like that before but I as possible.The Wins Shoes home run knocked by Lion Jake The expanded meat department: next week' Lion meeting" on

desperate" Mr. Mesa relates. clerk was Instructed to con- Keene In the seventh Inning anda continue under the managementof Oct. 13, will be particularly important
a in from radio listeners Burrell farmer who lives knocked Rotar- In view of the fact that
matter of minutes pledges began to come tact an architect concerning plans Edgar three bagger by Alton Dobb
ackaonvllle.but It wasn't enough. Fortunately, there was some- and specification for covering two mile. north of Starke. l Is Ian E. K. Ferryman In the sixth ,, Ifoke 8. Johnson, District Governor

m Starke who was also listening in. Mrs. Adolph Gay heard the !and making certain alterations to proudly exhibiting a pair of Wolverine Inning.A. Mrs. Emma Dyal for 13 N Uons International

'a1 and when her husband came home she told him about It. "It : the courthouse roof and gutters shoes' won by him in a B. Baker, president of the will be her. at that time to dl*>

* 'got me'V .Adolph say: He began taking subscriptions for the .with a view toward having the guessing contest at Alvarez Store Lions stated this week that the Mr*. Emma Dyal of Lake Butler, cus* Llonlam In full. Johnson

t Hess boy among friends and patrons who stopped at his Madison work done at an early date. Saturday. The shoes were encased. two clubs nope to get together on widow of Dan loyal, died Mondayat make the rounds of his districtat

H filling station. In no time at all he had more than $200 and took In a block of lee and the objectwas a weekly Softball game. Encouraged the home of her daughter near I least once a year, and It will

Hampton Lake t
ay Sonny Hess Is back home and, thanks to his friends, will Mr. and Mrs. J. R- Wainwright .. take for them to melt out. Burrell game, be said it might become I held Tuesday afternoon at Elsey organization since being appointed

rate his fifth birthday anniversary on Christina announce the birth of a son. Richard guessed 11 hours and 45 minutes.It possible to stage. one such game Chapel Cemetery She was a nativeof District Governor. Two member

S overjoyed dad composed a erse of thanksgiving which he Is Alvarez on October 1 In the actually required 11 hours and every week rather than once a Bradford County and a slater of his cabinet will accompany

'ng out to all who helped. Inscribed on a card beneath a picture Alachua County Hospital 1(49' minutes. month. of Mrs. W H. Strum of StarJce.t Johnson: .T. Dodson and Talmadg

happily smiling Sonny It reads: Barber, Zone Chairmen for G.ID4I. ,
trill, Alachua: High Spring and
Thank God,
For you friends we meet; Tornadoes 26-0 Lake Butler .
Whip Tigers
With Your help ;
I am on my feet. Girl's 4-H ClubIs

Of C. To Be Host New Homes Started Meet St Augustine ,Tonight. OrganizedAt /HeilbronnfOrganization ( ,

Smoker Soon In Pinehurste meeting of 4-H '

under one -Unecored- upon In the first two ly enemies" the Union High Tigers The Tigers. kicked off to Starke Starke' 10 yard line and ran the club were held with two groupe f
I Is way
Stark Chamber of Com- Construction Pinehurst of the current season, the emerging victorious on the and Oelger'a. lad mad a steady ball back to Lake Butter 5 before !of girl at the Hellbronn school
in games
' will be 'host to rnember* two new homes of Gays BHS Tornadoes will meet their big end of a 30-0 score. The game march down the field but were being tackled. McRao proceeded I Tuesday under the direction of

'':ends at a smoker to be held division of Starktho.e J. DoAndrew. *". strongest opposition to date tonight was played on Lake Butler's newly held by .Lake Butler on the five to score again through the ,Miss Madge Whlgham.. Home Demonstration -

" courthouse Thursday, Nov. Andrews and' W. dwelling/ Is. when Ketterllnus High of lighted football field. yard line. The Tigers kicked, and Une. The extra point lost. Agent.

, T:3o: o'clock. The annual one story eleven, block I St. Augustine will bring a powerful Surprising even their staunchest the Tornadoes again. brought the The fourth and final touchdownwas : The Junior-High group at their
"t of the organization will being erected on lot fast-clicking team to Brad- supporters, the Tornado. successfully :- ball down the field. This time from meeting elected officer a* follows .
constructed of conmembers act-up by a long pass
*W at this time! and officers B, and will be Coach Carson Geiger overcame the term over- McRae: scored on a line play and :
.,b ford Park. McRae with Reddish
of the Board of Dl- crete bloc ., sired byres bong described tonight's set-to as one eagerness displayed in their first the extra point was no go. The to Phillip pr..ldent.-.Elolse Crawford:

"'* will le elected. shingles: with on the 1941 sched game, and rewarded Coach! Carson half ended with the score 6-0. scoring on a line play. Extra point ...Vlce-Pre.ld.mt-M.rg.ret Nor-
of coor of the toughest .
Cost made kick Conner.McRae
*. Thomas, of the :63! feet by 39 feet. at$5Dodds Geiger with a smooth performance Starke kicked off and held the wa on a by man;
president estimated
named the following! IItruction has been Ketterllnus has won two and unmarked by a let-up from start Tigers, forcing theirf to kick. Reddish and Ray In the Secretary-EM. Garrison.

deuce" committee from the lost one thu far this season to fin!JIb. Running plays by McRae, Reddish backfield, Fr..le..t guard, and The elementary group elected

U. organization In town, as one story home will be winning from Live" Oak 4-0, New Void of the rough-end-ready and Ray and passes from McRae Phillip and River, end, were Tor their president Geraldine Car s

*a' Lions Club A. B. Baker located on lot five of block eight alsoAndrew Smyrna 44-0. and lOlling to St. tactic that have marked some to Phillips and Rivers broughtthe standouts In last Friday's action. ter; vice-president. Lucene Starling

u M. Calne; Rotary Club of the Pinehurst section and
and Alec Robbins; will t>e built of concrete are expected to turn out in put years last Fridays contest > where Ray scored on a pass from the team's appreciation for the program plan and objec.

5 Legion A. I Crosby covered with aabesto. singles. en muse for what will undoubtedlybe was remarkably free from McRae. Tbe extra point was large number of fans who accompanied tires were discussed and a work

woman's Club Mrs.* R. A.: Dimentlon are to be 151 of one of the highlight. of the p naltle*. Only two ft yards each, scored on a pass from McRae to the Tornado to Lake But- period followed on clothing actlrltle -
"Jj P-T.4-ur.: J. M. Smith. 30 1 feet with an estimated 1941 seasoa.Last were chalked up during the en- Phllllpe. .ler. "This fine) spirit of cooperation ..'

: be the of this com- ",000. for Friday' night. the Tornadoes I counter. Stoke made 13 first At the start of the fourth quarter .undoubtedly' had muck! to do with Tb next meeting will be b4 '

** to aee that duty there Is a good &n HaH I Is contractor rode triumphant over their"friend down, and Lake Butler .. Ray Intercepted a pa** on ,,our winning the pAW." be said. on TueadajrV Oct. 21.tin' k



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rAGE TWO. .. .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE SLORHBA ___...________________________.._..ID.\\, 0aFg ]s
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sports more, and fewer boys would of cotton haI"'rsonul. \',
Bradford County Telegraph I One Woman'sOpinion grow up to be roadhouse habitues. FROM OUR PAST .*:! '*"' *
I do not believe that the financesof A party "" ","?.
ESTABLISHED 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR the Athletic Department would wrlght, Jim ?* doe
suffer much, either, because the i K'' 'to .
Published Every Friday and Entered an Second toned toShortag I
Class Matter at the Font Office at Starke, Fla make up what would be lost The Carnival A Great Success- aCkson\llle
through the price cut. 60 YKARS AGO. The Woman's Club cleared ,,, Sun
I have never been exactly what $242on .v"'d" fa,
MEMBERBubftcrlptlon r 1947 you would call a football enthusiast Well, anyway, I learned long (From the Oct. I Issue of The the project. A general carnival of COuple Starke or bC1111,,, \'Ithout l
ago that -a person doesn't know Starke Telegraph) spirit pervaded the town, and It carl}
-perhaps because I knew so week
92 Annually 91.10 For Six Months what you want unless you tell him, Editorial: It you want more local was exceedingly amusing: to see
little about the game. But lastsummer so at least here's one mother who : news, help make It. Do Some dignified men acting as spielers A, Z .\dklns has
I learned to love baseball, has gone on record for lower ad- 'thing. Build a house, get married, keepers of side shows, and dispensing fences aroun,1 hiS prern1,b
watching our Red Sox, so I decided hauled e.
HE-REGISTRATION OF VOTERSAn mission prices for elementary advertise elope, hit somebody, get delicious homemade eats. and partly rebUilt
I well along
might as tag students at football games. thrashed, get killed-in short, do Saturday afternoon S. R. Johns Sound AdvICe, Yes
item in one of our newspaper exchanges concerning the football games this fall wife Is lIIana
awith anything except alt around and Jr. celebrated his seventh birth- easy, Until
re-registration of voters in Nassau County reminds us thathe Fred. I knew he could explain I have lost one of my beloved growl. day anniversary by giving a party. You let

same thing needs to be done, very badly, in Bradford the plays to me, as he did children. Wee Skipper has movedto Advertisement: Come to Worth. The little people enjoying the par-
baseball and thus Increase
live with her grandmother. After
County. ty were Sara Hope and Georgia
25 miles south of
of the Ington
No one around the courthouse seems to remember when, enjoyment game. having her since she was a Starke, has a new and commod-I Haynes Louise and Julian Peek CARPEN'EF'
I had built the children up to small baby and Fred being the Jr. Lilian and
if ever, we have had a re-registration of voters in Bradford ious hotel. The water of the Ben Sternberg,
go to the first game, but was only father she has ever known, Leslie
Biggs, Louise Snyder, Evelyn
County. Athough the County Commissioners revise the list spring Is delightful and exhilar- -
shocked when they told it
me It l III like losing one of our own, '
before each election, striking off the names of deceased or ating, strengthening and invigo Marjorie Stump.
would cost 49 cents apiece for In
and leaves a vacant place our
Oct. 6
moved away people whom they happen to know, it is impos- them. A little hurried mental hearts that shall not soon be rating. The board per person is: (From 1922 issue)
sible for them to know them all. and consequently there are arithmetic told me that admission filled. Her red baby plate and $20 permonth. i Comer L. Peek after a lapse of F

names of people on the qualified list who have been dead or for four boys, plus a Coke each, her stool, her blue and white City News: I 30 years from politics, was sworn
moved from the county for at least ten or fifteen years.It would make a grand total of $2.20 chest of drawers are mute evidence Moonlight nights and lovesick in on Starke.Tuesday night last as Mayorof .
Into office also wentE.
seems to us that it is high time Bradford County followed for the evening! Quite an Item that one we love has gone from people. M. Johns and
is out of as city attorney,
the suit of Nassau and others and had a complete new In the budget of a family with a us to another home. If my hopes Mayor Knight town Dr. W. E. Mlddleton health officer

re-registration of voters in order to correct the many inaccuracies modest Income, like ours. It _fn"__ th___*_ _fiitiii-o_.._.._ _materialize.___.____n!_ I feel 1 this week.is I as
Cotton now being shipped
started me thinking. I shall experience this emptiness I
the list.
;r now away and the money is coming Mrs. J M .Mitchell entertained
Well, we went to the ball game, often.
for I just couldn't disappoint them back. the UDC Wednesday afternoon.
MJfl -- /
Col. is his home
at that his harness. If Darby repairing
stage and I noticed that Rusty has lost Delegates elected to the general
World War III lies dead ahead unless the American people the children did more gathering. up anyone finds it, It has our name throughout, which Is a good Im- convention in Birmingham were

can be aroused from their lethargic attitude toward vital of Coke bottles than they did and address on it. We would ap- provement Some of well the put. folks hada Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs.' L. A
watching the game, and after it preciate it very much as it has young
national defense These ,
measures. are harsh words-ugly big cane-chewing last 'Sabbath Davis and alternates were Mrs.
i words-words we had rather not hear, but they constitutethe was over they even had to ask his dog license and Inoculationtag evening after Sunday School. Does W.' E. Davis and Mrs. Mitchell. PHARMACIST
r who won. I looked around to see on it. We had him tied and
opinion of former Secretary of War Robert Patterson how many children were there I'm afraid he got,the rope loose anybody know what else they did? The busiest place in Bradford -
writing recently in a national magazine. and noted scads of them. I could and maybe someone found it and Mr. S. F. Gardiner intends to County just now is S. R. Johns' Phone 64-STAR

"Wake up again America! New York can be the next well imagine by what means most tied him for safekeeping and he establish a plant nursery here at ginning establishment in Starke On-the-Minit Serf
" s Pearl Harbor", warns Mr. Patterson. Declaring that the of them had entered the field, so slipped the harness. He would an early date. So far this season about 200 bales.

United States has permitted its defenses to collapse he as- I decided to write about the high often do this at home. Then and Now Department- .
serts that "the plain simple fact is that our military strengthis cost of football games for students. Needed, one new jail: Three colored -. A4d.irF
hopelessly inadequate." Believing that there is no use i This first cool weather Is grandfor prisoners, who were confinedin

Yen, the man in the street has no desire to be the man I to rely on secondhand information a change In the family menu. the Starke city jail, escapedby From where I sit..Jj' floe M,
ehind when you can get firsthand We can cook those warm, inviting cutting out with their pocket .
the again. He wants to
gun keep on being the man Information, I went to see Mr. foods again. For a nice changeand knives on Monday night. \
41 in the street. But he must realize that that
only passkey to
Partin, principal of the school, an eaay-to-flx dinner why not Personal:
;1 enduring peace is preparedness resulting from strength that Monday and never have I had a have baked potatoes with small Prof. J. Russell Webb, fatherof I How to Tell

H thoroughly trained and adequately equipped. Mr. Patter- more enjoyable visit with anyone. pork links. Core the potatoes just Telegraph editor I. C. Webb r ffYou're
:rJJ son recommends) universal military training. There is nothing He sat and talked to me for a like apples and Insert the sausage recently died in Benton Harbor. Getting Old
.! we can do about that until a skittish Congress sees the light good longtime, and we exchanged and bake. The meat lends "Modern Sketches" of Starke- i

n1 (too late, as usual) and belatedly enacts it after the next views frankly. He said that he extra flavor to the potatoes and Ites-Ben Bugg, Esq.-the ideal /
" Pearl Harbor actually occurs-wherever it might be. had wanted to cut the prices for the attractive dish is so easy to beau of all Starke's lovely belles. Doe Walters gave me this for of time; or who criticize/

I t But there is something definite that do about the elementary school because he prepare. Ere long he will stand on the mula: It's a sure-fire sign ;you're people for enjoying a meter
very we can
branch of figured that the high school children : !dtreet corners of our beautiful getting old when you resent other of beer with friends.They're .
one national
'f.t; our preparedness set-up. When the had more allowance than the little people having a good time.
city, his little
twirling cane
Dunne And
1.W'1 newly! : reorganized National Guard! : reaches!_its full strength,I smaller ones. and pulling his lovely mustacheand often well Intt
the Doe it
nacuvu:: 1 win means hasn't folks,too.But from wherein
ir.r men i>e reaay for Instant moomzauon to supplement Star In Film
Then I explained my view: with a smile and a bow will
much do
.T the Regular Army as a first line of defense in to with age.There are old minute we criticize our neiit
any na Few mothers can afford to give gather the girls around him as
Offered At Park
folks in our town who get a big for enjoying
j tional wholesome .
Of ,
1 emergency. equal importance in
peacetime, individual a child enough to see all the home a hen gathers her chicks under
4 units! of the National Guard are on the scene in fire,, games, but a lot of them will unthinkingly "Magnificent Obsession", popular her wings. kick,out of seeing other people enlike a game of horaeah
flood and local disaster. joy themselves-seems to keep glass of beer, or an i
\ let them go If they can film made from one of the
Starke and Bradford County are fortunate in slip In. Then if the little boys find greatest beat-selling novels of all 23 YEARS AGO them young in spirit, with a fishing-it's a sure i lip
having a
National Guard unit housed in a modern, well-constructed out that they can get in by crash- time, will occupy the screen at the (From Sept. 29, 1J22 Issue) twinkle in their eyes! growing old (inspirits !

I armory. But the community is deriving only half the benefit Ing the gate it will start them on Park Theatre Sunday through Starke is a booming town of I I And there are some others who matter jest our ag I ii.,
that it should from this organization because it is a road that Is hard to travel-the Tuesday. This highly inspirational 150O souls, and Judge Lex GreenIs resent the young folks going fish- .
as yet road of getting something for drama co-stars Irene Dunne and having difficulty with one of lag; who feel that community
recruited to only half strength.; Of course, there are many nothing. In this way the high admission Robert Taylor in the leading roles. the county's minor industries. He games uad dances are Just a waste

t more valuable aspects to 'A Guard company titan the mercenary prices are contributing( to .Next, Wednesday 'and Thursday is busy with "buck',' trouble,, since \ { ....
6 one, but even looking at it from a cold-blooded business juvenile delinquency. If the price the Park's double feature program many of his culprits use fermented -
standpoint, it would behoove business men and others were smaller, more children would I will combine "Man In Grey" with liquid capable of being distilled 'CoprrfgAae 1947,Uiutid StaitiBrnm Tu
to get behind the guard Company and PUSH, for at the pay and come In at the front ,Margaret Lockwood and Phyllis
FI, oresent time it is bringing around $10,000 into the commun- gate, as they should. School spirit Calvert and "Dangerous Millions"

ty annually, whereas if it were at full strength the annual would be Improved by even with Kent Taylor and Dona Drake.
rayroll here would be $20,000. greater attendance at the games, Friday and Saturday Oct. 17,

s Businessmen can support our National Guard and aid I believe five school, and families children with fouror 18, the double bill will be "Whirl
age would
mmeasuarably in the present recruiting program by "talking not have to wind Horseman" with Ken May-
mortgage the old
p4 it up" and encouraging the young men in their employ to homestead at the end of football James nard, and Newell."Danger* Ahead" with PAUSE FOR COKE

join. granting them the necessary 15 days they need for season.

summer training.Yes Mr. Partin and I agreed on a -

a strong National Guard is a major passkey to peace. ,great many things, and discussed
It needs the understanding and support of employers in thin situation at lengthI do Come to the Bradford CO DtyTele..pb
order that hope that something can be done for your office Sup!
they may their .
encourage employees to
the face of Mr. Patterson's grim warning, the belong.least In and I know there are many parents .. Rubber bands, pencils, carbon RELAXES GOLFERS
very we
who feel the same way about paper legal forms, eta We
can do is to help recruit our National Guard to full strength. the matter We need to encourage have a large supply.


It's nice to know that there
ARE others who shudder

every time a tree along a city street is cut down foie any Extra Special!!

reason, good or bad. Maybe the roots do push up the side- a. ,
walks, but the limbs offer blessed relief from the hot summer OCTAGON

glare, and lend a touch of character to a town that nothing I LAUNDRY ,
else can impart. Maybe we're just old fogies-or are we?
J&-O-A-P- I
At any rate our metropolitan neighbor, the Jacksonville Journal

), recently bemoaned the loss of some ancient oaks, and e.,.\
its editorial on the subject so embodied our own feelings 5c r ( ,;" that we reproduce it herewith: BARe & x'it. ii'e

. It took Just a few hours on Church street the other day to .

,, cut down, hack apart and haul away a block-long row of trees e +' t ,

,} whom cumulative age probably added up to a couple of cen
turies. The strip of browa iiw
r f earth from which their roots were
summarily plucked will be cemented over smoothly, the pedes ,
trians will have more room to spread out and theoretically I RICE FANCY 31bSe 39

everyone who passes wDl have to breathe less dost. ZENITH -J,- t
All this comes under the heading of progress. JklODvllle'Ie 0L

X ,growing and must have roam Whatever Is not utilitarian must GIBBS Nu-Mald Uncolored .

I",Nevertheless* there will be some who doubt the wisdom of Catsup .17OIeo------.35| '

. H7 removing trees Just to make room for human beings. Today r y

r without Its green canopy, the direct look broader and sunnier,

,1 tout it, like aim seem to have lout "something of Its. essential character i Pet MILK TALL CAN .. .. .ul
an aging Roman senator surprised without his toga.
Some cities which cut down their old trees In the name of

progress discovered\ all too sown that their naked streets were
hot and devoid of charm fat us hop that a sun-baked Jack STEAK Western Round, pound .65

"I--_. Bontlllo does not have to start out soon with scrawny sapling 6o
In an effort to recover what It ha lost. Great flak. from little \ ,;

.( r acorn. grow, but It take year before they amount to any- Tasty SmokedSAUSAGE Fresh GroundHAMBURGER
f, t te..:>: .thing.

'To which we add a fervent "Amen" and sincerely hope

that this article comes to the notice of those entrusted with .39 lb. .35 lb.

the safekeeping of Starke's beautiful ,and venerable shade

'r'eel.LET'S j POTATOES"101bs..39 aS


;. I See The Fights Crispy Red Juicy McIntosh '

I r

''At t Boom Town 9 l2c| Stalk 2 Ibs ,- .25 : :

Operated Every Friday on Donations Night, 8:30 Only P M. I Red Tokay Grapes, Ib. .10 I III Imply PLEASE'O""D bottles promptly UNO"return e ycs q

( t'
p Iu rs.

o a-

10 1941
/ bought a place about seven miles . eState .. .. .
from Branford on the Santa Fe
w River River, where it enters the Suwannee. FarmBy
Mr. Lavender has a fishing
LONG BRIDGE camp there and rents out boats. Mrs Bryan U'hit field

Jes ls Lee Lazenby At present, however the camp Is . . NOW .

closed. Community Club Meeting !
BREAD Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Conner of An artistic blending of colorl.lwas ,
OBS It pays to /go visitingut Ft. Pierce and Mr. and Mrs. A. noted in arrangements of : NEW i
nee meal time-for sever- D. Conner and lIOn Dan of Jack- beautiful wild flowers In the Club
You guess the first sonville were visiting the E. A. Room Tuesday afternoon of last
Iwt'll s tell you the other! Sapps Sunday. week when the Community Club LF SERvkEI I
L evening a neighbor Services were held at the Baptist met with the President Mrs. P. OPE N
touch r Mr,. E. A.-Sapp'a Church Sunday and a basket D. Fancher, presiding During the .
ding and following her dinner was enjoyed at noon. Some business hour officers for the ensuing -
landed up In the kitchen outside visitors were Mr and Mrs. year were elected as follows I FOOD
< '
in. Sapp was cooking Carl Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pin- : a STORE
looohy, that aroma! Then holster of Jacksonville, Mrs. Ma!. President-Mrs. J. A. Bouvier CONVENIENTLY LOCATED
co'n bread. It and Mrs Leastcn Wynn of Hamp-
onion Call
i 300 :
goOd that we begged here ton.Mrs. 2nd Vice Pres.-Mrs. M. E. Uta, .
rest of us how abe did Cleo Andrews Is! able to be Griner t'wIod ern
fit Is. Mrs. Sapp Bays its back In school this week. Secretary-Mrs. H. O. Bates CORNED CHERRY & CALL STS. tiejf-Servlcennounce. the Opening 01
L" measurements and she Eustace Lee Kelley reports that Treas.-Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde ______-___-___-___-____-U'-- -___-_______ Nothing hEL" bee n Uod Store.
jturns out successfully for he had a very nice trip to New Members present enjoyed a read- - Starke and I its spared
Jnu.Eupi. York and enjoyed driving home. Ing, "The Ten Commandments! for .Modern urrolJnd/ng romn:: effort to bring
of corn meal He wow this trip through the Cath- Living", by Mrs. J. O. Godwin, IbtAR1'EL 0d Slote to I
1 heaping tablespoons flour olic Church. and in a unique contest Mrs. H. Iiome- yle an' '. CholC'e" Iti'esf n hies/ foFreah Fruit('()lI1p'ete-'y-'

urth teaspoon soda Mr. and Mrs E. A. Zipperer of J. Kucera won an appropriateprize. a host 'It ; and V.ge_
edlum-sized onions cut Macclenny were visiting Mrs. Zip- Mrs. R. P. McLendon and BREAD staple !!ehlll 1 00 cd Goods
11 I perer's aunt, Mrs. Mary Cason, Mrs. Tom Connors were hostessesand L.et numerous to ,
Sunday afternoon.The served dainty refreshmentsA lI1en"o.
and mix all ARe
t to taste LB. ever affil Your
adding enough waliidte Lazenbys and Mrs. Rhoda junior of 11 17c l paY8P nt"t'd/f
.uglily small patties. Fry inat Dowling were called to Waycross, girls of the Farm group had a boys jolly time and 2 LO.\F It : :hop at today and
and Hoboken, Ga. Sunday to at- A & I'
[ makes about 15.
( This at a weiner roast at Sonny En-
tend the funeral of Mrs. Dowling'sbrotherInlaw
_!also add, pickles and petit gram's home Saturday evening.
John D. Dowling,
In very small pieces to Friends of Rev. and Mrs, L. A.
Tpe and It la called "hush- He brothers was and the had last reached of the fowling the Shepherd are gratified to know ,ANN PAGE Boston StjloBEANS WIUTEHOUSE SAFE PUKE STERILEEVAP.
when age I
Nothing that Mrs. Shepherd Is recuperating
of 83 years. There are only three
tilth fish.Blanche. nicely In St. Vincent's
Hospital -
sisters living; now and one of themIs

days this Brown week and wag was 111 stroke.in bed suffering from a second major, Jacksonville operation.Mr. ., after a recent MILK 3 =: s 33c I

and Mrs. L. M. Francis of id tl'/ .
e to teach. Mrs. Mable Eustace Kelly picked peas this 2
iubsUtuted for her. week. The quality was excellentand Cohasset, Mas announce the birthof C.\SS
the too. their second laughter Marsha NECTAR PEKOE & ORANGE PEKOE I '
ouk of Gainesville was quantity was good
[friends and relatives here It was suggested by a neighborand June, on Sept. 29 In a Boston
night of last week and a reader of this column that hospital. Before her marriage Mrs. 1HXOF
day Francis! was Miss Lora Crews, 14c
that Mrs. Cook had we have a recipe each week from TEA BAGS
Jacksonville to see herr someone !in the communitytheirfavorite daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. 16

!. J. L. Lavender, off maybe. So look out, Crews.
mbla, Mo. Mrs.'Lavenderng folks, we'll be looking for yours Sympathy 4s extended to Mrs. JU I ICE SULTANA TASTY FI.AVOIWULWIT11' CHILI citvvCAN. I
[, to visit her daughter, each week. Francis H. Gilbert and to Mr. and
who Is now Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelley of Mrs. H. O. Bates III In the deathof '
Lawtey visited the Eustace Kel- Francis H. Gilbert which occurred '
lost Lavender and wife re- leys Sunday.Mr. Oct. 1 at the family resi- 22c RED BEANS 2 : 25c
I last week to Middletown, and Mr*. E. L. Hammond dence. Funeral services! were held CANS
J Jtliich Is Mrs. Lavender's nay they have sold out but still at the Starke Catholic Church last
home Earnest has been in have callers and Inquiries every Friday morning and burial followed -
in Lake - - - - - - J
Corps and was stationed I Crosby Cemetery.
day.Well - - - - - - -
r York for several months.ut folks, if It hadn't rainedso Farm residents who were seen
of the service now. much you would have known among the spectators at the BUS Fresh Fruits & Vegetables7 f
I and, Mrs. J. It Lavenderl0NUTS more. But when it rains like it Lake Butler football game Friday;
has you Just can't get over the night were Mr. and Mrs. J. G. RECEIVED I DAILY I r \-.u.yj':; EIGHT I
roads to visit with neighbors. And! Godwin and Bonn Jlmnilo and .jjP"t t
unless you see people you Just Harold, Mr. and Mra. P. S. Crews,
can't find out what they're doing Misses Virginia Engram, Peggy f Apples JOIINATIIAN 2 Ibs. -- .29 ) .

---now can you? Caldwell, and Helen Whittle. O'CLOCK ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen, and'
CARD OF THANKS Delbert Crews. Grapes TOKAY 2 Ibs. .21 '
It is with deep appreciationthat Misses Lila Rae Caldwell and
we take this opportunity to Pauline Brannen, Alex Yawn and 1KKSH ICEUKIUI
thank the staff of Shadycrest Jimmie Chasteen attended the .". 2-7C .
Hospitaland.eveysene.who sent football gamb'iii'-Oainesville' Sat- 'TOMATOES'LETTUCE (
flowers and gifts, and to the many; urday night." .
friends who called t. cheer our I,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis were lb. 15c 2 heads 23c
he life of yourdloice'en laughter; ,stay Joann in, the during hospital.Mr. her.twomonths' overnight guests of 11 r. and Mrs DAILY DOg Food KIllllLED ''I
J. B. Strickland in Gainesville last HARD
and Mrs. Lacy Silcox 2 Ibs.-.13 '
\ Party Friday. HEAD Cabbage GREEN 2 Ib5. Pkg. .28 i
i Miss Sara Crews returned to her :
home in Jacksonville! Monday afar 1
FOB TABLE visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
EXPERTSERVICE Redding for a week. Miss Crews
formerly lived here with her par

ents Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Crews 10 Ib*. 43c 2 bunches 27c '+
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jackson of
Douglas, Ga. arrived Monday to pkg. I
GAMES visit Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young. YELLOW YAMS 1 3 Ibs. .25
the I
June Caldwell spent
Miss (
past weekend with Miss Joan Car- .091
,tae Your Advancerder e r penter In Starke. Saturday Miss .06 CAN FISH FLAVOR -
'Rutabaggas.lb. - -
) NOW At Carpenter and Bob Smith were
luncheon guests of Mr. and, Mrs. RED CHEEK; IIRAND

ppe Bakery Chas. C. J.Gerald While G. Caldwoll.Cox in the of state Winchester on business, Ky, !York APPLES, 3 Ibs. -1 -_--39_ APPLE JUICE

313 W. CALL ST. spent several days with bin par Wuwww j si I'INT
ShepherdAt Mrs. R. H. Cox, during 2 1.15Spaghetti
Phone 16 ents, Mr. and ENCORE Frepaiptl With t'liw..e tt Tomato fohnlC' BOTTLES .
For Free Delivery Gay's Service Station the past week. U ::1-1
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pringle and 2 27c
son Harry
their young _...____ ,
Mr. and :Mrs. C. D. Sellers and .u. I U U'V rrvl
'-I'. and Mrs. P. S. Crews duringthe DOLES SLICED fiPineapple /\
past week. 37c dexo 511IItTFNN(1, 3 Ib. Can

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Warren of NO. 2 1-2 CAN M... .. ..u v. ", ..
Jacksonville were overnight guests
"There Goes Another of Mr. and Mr''. W. N. North A & .' HALVES Yellow Cling

Thursday of last week. 31c Western Grade AROUND -
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodwardwere Peaches NO. 21.2 CAN
Bus! supper guests of Mr. and
Greyhound Mrs. Bard Gale In Palatka last A & !' EARLY JUNE STEAK 79c Lb.

Thursday.)fr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews had I Peas No. 2 Can - 27c CHUCK ROAST 43c'Lb.''

hat's Real Local Service/ as their guests Sunday Rev. and RIB & BRISKET STEW 29c Lb.
Mr*!. J. Dixon of Jacksonville -
:Mr.' and Mrs. J. R. Parker and t:? WHITE BACON 47c Lb.

daughters, Clarissa! and Andrea LJ.I FRESH LARGE MULLET 19c Lb.
spent last weekend with relatives IONA 4'
and frlenJs In Tampa. 'D'
Mrs. J. L. Williams has been In F-L-0-U-R WHITING 19c Lb.
Jacksonville this week with relatives
and friends. LB. O. ,Yi.t: HADDOCK OR CODFISH
Miss spent Roberta the Whitfleld pant weekend of MonJcello 25 BAG 193 -' I,., Cr! '" FILLETS 35c Lb.

with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. ANN PAGE TOMATO rplcarrr4ut011Yr.ftr: SMOKED BOSTON BUTTS 59c Lb.

Bryan Whltfleid.Visitors of Mr. am.! Mrs. A. C. SOUP Can tOeu-: <: .. 'cou'ONi :A FRESH DRESSED & DRAWN I

Davis during the weekend were JONA NO. 2 CANTOMATOES ...:.. __ ",.... .... FRYERS 2 to 2 L2 Avg. 69c Lb. '
Mr. J. B. Strickland
27 DEPARTURES DAILY FROM and tfr. son and Jlmmii-, of Gainesville. 2. 27c PALMOLIVE.. ws ', FRESH PORK Side Meat 39c Lb. .

Ur.. and Mrs Lyle Nolan of Orlando j PAlMOllVE.13 FRESH PORK LIVERS 29c Lb.
and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus, A & I i' NO. 2 CAN
Heilbrorin Springs.
Reddish of L
APPLE SAUCE 18c SUPER SUDS l. .21 8. 12 Lb.
service foe '_, Avg. 69c Lb.
That.s top-notch highway transportation QUICK RELIEF FROMSynlptefns ANN I'tGESYRUP;

our city...the kind your community really deserve {I ol OitrM Arising from CASHMERE
Greyhound numerous well-timed schedules,with low. I STOMACH ULCERS 16 oz. 27c BOUQUET It1'2(S': .12 UAJ\l1 WAI.UOItJo'TOIlI"T

cost fUel ia unequalled hy any other form of uanepor. I It&tion. IUCTO EXCESS ACID A'LAGA .16 COCONUT PAPER

Count on Greyhound for the best in aeryice.REYHOUND I FrsadekT.afN..uT.atth.t SYRUP, No. 5 can 59c VEL :: I

Must H.lp wit Will Cast Y..MaillagrallUoo "'I 4 0'/ l'KG. 18c KOLL . -7c
STATION .. bath..t,h.Witluw.d.
GREYHOUND BUS phone 111 'O..rlh............. h... ...1<1 for ...lIe' 0'
e, Fla. LACY CONWAY, Agt __.t.-.ac,..,...- -
r ..... ... ANd
aw-M -
p-.W ....--.M...ak-._... IS..n.O..Inw .. SELF
... 5.
......".NY4rd'a._...kI_..U" .1I1e1i.,!.- trial lieu,I A&P FOOD STORE

Ask..pIooIu for Ible -_..-.. SERVICE STAKKE. FLA.



OCTORr. ._

I SOCIETY and CLUBS Baptist Circles Woman's Club Has Hamburger Fry (OFFICIAL As SEAL Clerk) of A.said J. Thomas Court. 18:You unknown are :

By Lucille C. Conner. D. C. require
Elect Officers October MeetingThe For Young Folks Robert H. Duncan 204 Lynch November named COurt 8rd, 1947 I.j Opp
Florida and
Attys. for Plf. li3 plalntlft ..ek. cret6,.
For New Year 4t 10134IV
Woman's Club of Starke Thursday afternoon of last week County. Telegraph 'ball"" 8T
Is Scene Order
Associational Parsonage .
CIRCUIT rf neat PUbl",
held its monthly meeting Wednesday Mrs. W. J. Churchwell entertained tTRT. BRADFORD' Witness four ".

Held At Pine GroveThe Of Lovely At HomeThe met Circle Tuesday One of at the the Baptist home) of WMU Mrs. afternoon In the club house. members of her Sunday school COUNTY! FLORIDA IN CHANCERY at BeDtemDer Starke. Flnrlda 1941 Ihl and, ISII,,,,

Mrs. R. A. Green presided over class with a hamburger fry at Alex dondor. Plaintiff vs. Jeanette (OFFICIAL
annual of the New Rev. and Mrs W. J. Church- L. O. Powell and Miss Etta Tyson. Street. Condor, Defendant. Case No. sees SEAL) A,
meeting the business meeting during which her home on Church ORDER OF" PUBLICATION' A... Clprk 1, Tb
Six members and
visitor AND
River association of the BaptistWoman's well held open house 'Monday one were Mrs. Junlus M. Smith President I The young guests gathered In a'PATnICoii', TO APPKAU J. s. By Jlarrl.oa.1.IIClllo C Conn.r roll,i
Missionary Union was night for members of the :Methodist present. Woman'sClub FLORIDA t.! Aulldys.toingrJsekt01l taw
of the
Members entered the hall P-TA asked the the spacious back yard where they Jeanette Condor whose residenceRADIO .. tit
large Att
Church and all their friends. ,
held Oct. 1, at the Pine Grove to take charge of two fISh r
Church. Theme of the programwas The occasion also marked their which was cleverly decorated with ponds at the P-TA carnival to enjoyed several games end later r .. 10,1 II

"His Kingdom From Shore fifteenth or crystal wedding an orchid and pink dahlias and were be held Oct. 31.. participated in a short devotion.

To Shore". The Rev. L. D. Halneaof niversary. I large seated red In dahlias the living were room artistically, where Mrs. J. W. Klncald Chairmanof Present to share In this delightful CLEARANCE

Starke led the devotional tak- Guests were greeted at the door placed. Social Committee stated that party were: Billy Cres.Jer.Marcus SAlEADMIRAL
ing for his subject "How Christ- by Mrs. A. Z. Adklna and Mrs
Mrs. F. B.: Beard led the devotional -. an experimental weekly "Ladles Brown, Billy Weldon Jim-
Una Can Bring About His Reign" L. A. Davis, and were receivedby ,
and Mrs Ed Tenly presented Luncheon Day", to be given by Rowe and Paula McLaurtn. 6 TUBE
Mrs. H. 1* Hough president the Churchwells. All were Invited an Interesting program for the members for members will begin my sp

presided over the meeting during to sign the guest book pre day. the theme stressing "Youthof next Wednesday. Luncheon will be :

which encouraging reports were aided over by Mrs T. H. Osborneand Today and Tomorrow". served followed by bridge for Fresh stock of excellent type

given by the committee chairmen. Mrs. Fred Guy. Officers were elected for the which prices will be given.A writer ribbons at THE! TELE iviiiiiiiir

Goals for the new year were read Yellow was the color scheme of GRAPH.IN WITH
new year as follows: door prize will also be awarded. PCUOtT:
by Mrs. Hough and a recommendation the evening beftig used throughout PowellColeader I AtTOMttRECORD
Leader-Mrs. L. O. Those desiring( further details
made that be accepted.The i
they Yellow
decorating. roses PL1'R
-Mra. O. W. Alderman and reservations are to telephone
morning message was and CIRCUIT Picardy gladioli yellow chry- Sec'y.-Treas.-Mrll. Jesse New- I Mra. R. A. Weeks by 9 a. m. Tues- COlTNTr. VLORlDAl IN CHANCERY .
brought by Miss Ethel Harmon santhemums added to the charmof
some day, Oct. 14. A charge of $1.29 134.50Liberal
Carlson Smith Plaintiff
West Lucllle
Missionary to Iwo Nigeria
the and
of living room study. Program Chairman-Mrs. F. B., .per person will be made. v*. Prosper Leverne Smith. Defend.
Africa. She told of the needs
Guests invited Into the ant. Cans No. 6010.
were Beard
the people there and also of the Mrs R. A. Green welcomed Mra. ORDER Of. PUBLICATION' AND Trade-in
dining room by Mrs. J. W. Kln- 'Mission Study-Mrs. R. A. NOTICE TO APPKAIl Allow.*\',
J. Warren Kaufman as new Chair-
that has been accomplished.Her
work caid Mrs W. B. Sewell. Mrs. E. Thomas TAT' OF FLORIDA tot
subject was "The King's Business man of Education. Mra. Kaufman Prosper, i.everne whose last
L. Matthews Mrs. J. M. Hembree Community Missions-Mrs. D. will also direct the Woman's Club known residence; f.'Altd: In Africa. and Mrs '0./$.' tfasworthy. W. Moore O.neral Delivery, Charleston, South
Chorus after its
organization. .
Mrs. E. J. Duskell Recording Refreshments were served froma Enlisting Chairman and Children' Carolina.You are required to appear on RADIO
Secretary of the Florida WMU. Home-Mrs. MaxIe Following the business meetIng November Ir table overlaid with ex-
large an 49.50
on the the Importance of visual aid named Court and cause whereinSlalntlff
gave a challenging message quisite lace table cloth the centerof Carter seeks divorce Bradford
work her subject being "Be Ye which was adorned with golden Flower Chairman-Mra. L. O. in teaching the gospel to childrenwas \ : Telegraph shall publish this Liberal Trade-In Allowance r
Doers for the Kingdom". A stew- demonstrated by Mrs. W. Order In next four weekly Issue. .
and Powell hand and official .coal'
rapture roses yellow porrr- Witness my
,, ardship play "These Ought Ye pam chrysanthemums flanked on The next meeting will be held Churchwell before club J'I'at Starke.1941.OFFIC14As Florida. this 1st day oOctober.
to Have Done", was presented by Mra. Churchwell presented a .
either aide by double silver can- at the home of Mrs. Tenly. ( J. Thoma*
the Starke WMU. The Pine Grove delabra. The buffet featured group of the Bible School children Clerk of said Court. 7-TUBE RCA-VICTOR
One of who several selections By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
Choir two selections. sang
sang clever arrangement of fruit, can- Circle Two met at the home of John J. Henderson Esq., St. Augustine :
;1.1 these "Beneath the Old Olive delabra being placed on either Mrs. W. B. Alexander where varl-l which they had been taught at Florida. $29 50 owgY'Tt' '
;r.\1: Tree", was dedicated to Mrs. : the weekly visual aid and Bible Attys. for Pit. lair| 4t 10124IV i
side holding yellow candles. Froma hued cut flowers were used in : )
Hough. The Brooker WMU had story hour.They were led and directed
silver service guests were served decorating for the meeting. The I CIRCUIT I charge of the impressive Memor by Mrs) Churchwell and accompanIed C01IMTY, FLOH1D4I. IN CHANCERY -
coffee by Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs devotional was read from the 5th
I lal Service. W. B. Mlddleton and Mrs. F. H chapter of Revelations by Mrs. by Mrs. R. A. Green. Jacqueline Friedman Hollander 'C. H. DRIGGERS FURNITURE
The. following officers were elected Long alternately. Assisting were Alexander and the program chair Mrs. Churchwell then gave a demonstration Plaintiff vs. Marshall Jay Hollander CO
Defendant Ca. No. 6007.
: for the new : to show club members
year Mra. W. L. Blair, Mrs. A. F.Saul. man Mrs. L. D. Haines used the ORDER OF. PUIILICtTlOW AND PHONE 43 -:- STARKE FLi
President-Mrs. C. C. Black, how children are taught by the
t ., Mrs. Bertha Pearce, and Mexican Indians as her theme. .
Pine Grove. aid method. Because a pel'son
Mrs. W. O. Halle. Taking part on the program were Marshall Jay Hollander whose last
Young People's Leader-Mjr Mrs. F. J. Shaw Mrs. A. J. Thomas remembers only 10 percent of known residence and! address 1*
Tenly, of Stftrke; Gifts of crystal were artistically -' and Mrs. A. A. Durden. what is learned by hearing and 6000. Cornell Avenue Chicago, Illinois a
lit VIce-Presldent, E. D. displayed on the spacious sun 60 ::
I' The business meeting was presided percent of what is seen with You are required to appear on
j Dosler Dowllng Pine Grove; porch. the eye children at the CommunityBible November Srd 1947 In the above Woolen '
over by the leader Mrs. W. L. ,
named Court and cause wherein
Secretary and Treasurer-Mrs. Throughout the evening a I Andrews, and the following officers School are taught by narration plaintiff seeks divorce and no
Jane Thorpe, Pine Grove; background of piano music was and use.of characters sim other relief. Bradford County
elected for the
LI Stewardship Chairman-Mrs. J. provided by Mrs. E. K. Perryman year: were new ultaneously. Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.this OrderIn Ladies'Skirts

P. Wyrick Lawtey; and Mr.. R. A. Green. Mrs. T. Mrs W. L. Andrews, leader Mra. A. Z. Adklns Chairmanof Witness. my hand and official seat
Community Missions-Mrs. Fred I T. Long. Mrs. T. H. Slade Mrs.L. at Starke. Florida, this 1st day ofOctober
Music Miss Jeanette
Mra. W. B. Alexander co-leader presented 1947.OFFICIAL .
m May Antioch; D. Vlnlng. and Mrs. C. H. Nas- Mrs. E. W. Hayes, secretary Priest in a piano solo "Minuet", ( Clark ofA.. J. Thomas rw

s Margaret Fund-Mrs. R. T. worthy ushered guests over the Mrs A. A. Durden. treasurer by Paderewskl after which Mrs.K. Aa said Court.
By Lucille C. Conner D. C
J't' Hargrave Antioch; parsonage.A Mrs L. D. Haines program Q. Duncan Chairman of the John .T Henderson. E ci. St. Augustine )
'I Children's Home Chairman delightful musical program chairmanMrs. Department of American Home Florida.

, Mrs G. E. Green, Brooker; included several selections by a F. J. Shaw Mission Study Introduced G. S. Newcomb who Attys. for Plf. 1013| 4t 10124 S S
b" Mission Study Chairman-Mrs, quintet composed of T. T. Long Plaids
entertained the ladies with two .
r Mrs. W. B. Morse Community iv CIRCUIT roruT. BRADFORD
J. C. Cason RaIford; O. S. Newcomb, E. L. Matthews Missions short films showing correct arrangement COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANC -
Training School ChairmanMrs. Miss Garnlta Hutto and Mrs. New- '':RY
* J. C. Canon Raiford; comb; a duet composed of Mrs. Mrs. A. J. Thomas Stewardship of flowers, entitled Helen Hooks, Plaintiff vs. Lumen Solids
"Homes and Flowers".
Mrs. Carrie Ingram Training Jamlle Hooke, Defendant. Case No.
! Publicity Chalrmaan I School Following the program, refreshments .
B. Harding, Starke. solo numbers Miss Hutto. OF PUBLICATION AND
" by Mrs. E. Lennon, Literature were served by the following NOTICE TO APPEJtH Stripes
An associational Stewardship .
Mrs. C. J. Powell Children. hostesses: Mrs. F. F. Stump STATE OF FLORIDA tot t
Luman Hooks. .
Jamlle whose residence
study course will be held with the
.; Mrs. Sauls HostessTo Home Mrs. Joe Cottrell Mrs C. A. Is. Route 4, Box 832. Bessemer,
Brooker Church Nov. 7. The
WSCS Circle Flower Committee: Mrs. P.Wil Futch. Mrs Ralph Alvarez t Mrs. Alabama: Checks
next Rally will be with the LawT You are required Id appear on
, tey Church and the Brooker (liams. Mrs. Ira Wilson. Mrs..>Coy J. P. Roberta Mrs. W. V.I Gunter, November Srd 1947. In the above .v t 1 t" -e. ,..' 4i

Monday EveningCircle Stephenson, Mrs. Bennett Mrs. Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, Mra. J. named Court and cause, wherein
Church boa Invited the Association plaintiff seeks divorce ft care.custody -
Hutchenson. R. Kite Mrs. W. R. Morse Mrs
and control of minor
to meet there for the annual .a
One of the Methodist At the close of the meeting the H. H. Young; Mrs. P. D. Fancher, child. Bradford County Telegraphshall
meeting In 1048.Sixtyeight publish this Order In four
WSCS met Monday afternoon at 95 w
hostess served refreshments to Mra. O. L. Haynes. weekly Issues. .
persona were present the home of Mrs. A. F. Sauls. the 13 members present.It Witness. my hand and official seal
Fourteen members gathered In at Starlre, Florida this 2nd day of
was announced that the Oct.
Jr. Woman's Club October, 1947.
the living room which was artistically meeting will be held with Mrs. 2

decorated with roses gladioli Shaw. Plans ActivitiesThe '

chrysanthemums.Mrs. AU members of Circle Two were
DJ!. L. A. Davis, co-chairman, invited out to the Kingsley Lake Junior Woman's Club met If you need fire, automobile, life \ )

/le presided over the business session home of Mrs. E. W. Hayes on Thursday night of last week at 8 9t any other type Insurance, see

T"RKE FLA.Sun. during which plans were discussed Wednesday Oct. 13, for a covered o'clock In the Woman's Club. me) a' 129 VV' Call Street opposite -

concerning the possibility of put dish luncheon. For transportationsee Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. W. B. Bradford County Tele-

.. Mon. Tuee Oct. 12; IS, 14 ting on a Christmas bazaar. Mrs. W. L. Andrews. Sewell were guests of the club graph In Starke. Having engaged '

MAGNIFICENT Miss Olive Ray had charge of for the evening. Mrs. Sewell gave In this business since

the devotional and led in prayer. Circle Three held Its first meetIng an Interesting talk concerning the 1931. I am well qualified to Robbins'

An Interesting program Includeda of the new year Tuesday af- history of the P-TA. She also represent your best Interests.

OBSESSIONIrene talk by Mrs. F. H. Long and ternoon at the home of Mrs. S. disclosed plans of the coming P- No client of mine has ever lost

Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. Mrs. Long's E. Sparks the new president. Dec- TA carnival which will be an eventof a thin dune by placing their

Dunne Itobt Taylor topic was "National College for orations of roses and zinnias ad- October and asked full cooper Insurance with me. i

NEWS A ,COMEDY. Christian Workers", while Mrs. ded charm to the living room ation from the 'Junior Woman's N. D. WAINWIUGflT. JR. \ The Store Of ValuesMEN'S
Shepherd's subject concerned "H Club. Phone 154 .
Weil. where fourteen members and four
Thurn. Oct. IS, 16
DOUBLE FEATURE I WA Nan College In Foochow, visitors were seated. It was agreed by,the club to assist

China". The program waa In charge of in the carnival proceedingsand

Delicious refreshmer/.s later Mrs. H. I.. Brownlee and Mrs. a commltte, Freddie Wim-

THE DALTONSMargaret were served by the hostess, who J. E. Futch led the devotional: berly chairman was appointed

was assisted In serving by Mrs. Matthew 28:20.: Topic: "Youth In to plan the projects which are to

L 'kwoed Hogan Smith Mrs Titus Olson Today's World." be sponsored by the club In the
Phyllis Calvert and Mrs. Lorenzo Green. carnival.
Taking part in the program
And were Mrs. M. F. Hazen, Mrs. B. Other business Included the appointing ::70 ,. .A

T. Thomas and Mrs. Sparks. A of a committee headedby

DANGEROUSMILLIONS piano solo by Mrs. D. L. Thomas Mrs.:' Vernon Sllcox. to" com- S
added to the pleasure of the meet. plete redecoration of the clubhouse tsL oCaiy
\, o v f I
powder room.
ing. The business session was pre- jj
During the social hour refreshments ; i
Kent Taylor Dona Drake sided over by the president at
i ;A I which time the following; officers were served by the hostesses. '' Nothing quite matches the quiet ptfga"

!>!.. !Sat.! Oct.'17. 1*' .I TO SELL were elected for 1947-48: Miss Delia Rosenbergr Mrs. '' of pearl whether the gift I.. lot nifn!

DOUBLE FE.\TUICE SEE Circle Leader Mrs. II. L. Powell.Harold *Bishop, and Mrs. Bill mother, or sweetheait. Pearl wo :!I'".

Brownlee; the most popular gift of the brldrgr m
OR Co-Leader-Mrs. J. M. Brown .. tloa
WHIRLWINDHORSEMAN to his bride. See our lovely
WRITE lee; Miss Velma Norman

Program Chairman-Mrs. T. B. relay
Weds Douglas Aly

With James Newell Edwin W. Peck Secretary-Mrs. J. E. Futch; Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman of

And Treasurer-Mra. Ray Newsome; Starke
\ announce the marriage of
P. O. Box 463 Mission. Study-Mrs. M. F. Ha. their daughter, Velma Florell, to ,

THE TRAIL Phone 6SM zen; Douglas Bethea Aly of Mooehaven CSrrrrrrrrrr S SSS

Community MI'lIlona-Mrs. B. Fla.

With Km Mnynard Gainesville Florida T. Thomas: The simple, single ring cere- AND LADIES' GENTS

Also Top Cash Prices Paid Stewardship-Mrs. W. J. Ep- mony was performed on the even- TIE I'L"S

Short. & "Law ofVIJ.I" person, Sr.; Ing of October 3 In the Stanton Bulova & Elgin KREISLER
Orphanage-Mrs. R. B. Alvarez;
Memorial SETS
Baptist Church of MI- AND COLLAR

.. Literature-Mrs. D. I* Silcox; ami. Miss Marjorie Carmichael, WATCHES
A A Flower Chairman-Mrs. J. M.
' cousin of the bride was her maidof
/ I Brownlee. .
Let repaint and repair honor and only attendant. Mr.
us : The meeting closed with
Aly had as Ms beat man Charles :
C your old Bicycle. We'll makeit : by Mrs. W. J. Epperson Sr. de la Gardelle. LADIES
t like Also and
; it new new
For her wedding the bride chosea
Q used Bicycles for sale. I Waldo Eastern StarThe light blue suit and black acces- WATCH WATCH BRACELETS

sories. Her corsage was of gar-
Waldo Chapter No. 120 denias. REPAIRING COMPACTS

SHOE Order of the Eastern Star will Miss Carmichael wore a gray COSTUME JEWELRY

resume fall meetings Friday. Oct. checked suit with black accessories. -

REPAIR 10.This Her corsage was of yellow --
meeting will be especially' chrysanthemums.After .

to welcome the members who were the ceremony a reception

' Longer Wear Thru Expert Initiated Into the order duringthe was held at the home of Mr. andloll's.
past year. Charles de ta Gardelle.
-New Life For Old ShoesBIGGS&BAKER- All members as well as visiting Following a wedding trip, Mr. GEM JEWELRY

members are Invited to attend. and Mrs. Aly will make their home

Maude Lapp Worthy Matron laALVAREZ'STORE Miami

I .
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L' :: 'll.le; -', 4/-/ 'IWtI ".......t'Iw ea'a:

105 W. Call -St. SUrke. Fla. Men's Clothing 109 E. CALL ST.
II Established 1894 II PHONE 170 STARKE FLA.



10. 187


of LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark A. Clerk of said, Court I I.: '1'':. ---
1 1d left for Hy Lucllla C. Conner D C. Ton RocklnKham North Carolina. plaintiff' aevka divorce A >>u,todr (OFFICIAL SBAI.) A.I.: Thnma.
yesterday are
a week's va- required to appear on and control of minor TS-adforu
Martin .I. Pearl, (01 Graham Bid .. October uhlld. Aa Clerk of aald Court.
cation in Tampa, Miami and In Jacksonville. FIg .> Court 2?and. U41, In the above name county Telegraph ahaII publish thlirder Tly Lucille C. Conner J>. C. IjcJLu1i I
Pompanowhere Atty. for Plf. 11-18 4t 10-17 tiff; seeks :divorce.cause, wherein plain 'In next four weekly lunueii. Fleming, Jones "Scott A Hotta., Bar
of BRIXL.EY they will be the Bradford Cnuntv I Witness my hand and official' seal nett National' Bunk HulaJack. -
irS. H. V. Knight PLOWS and repair T.le..rap.IIall publish this Order At Htarke, Florida:
) guests of Mrs. Denmark' parents, iv cmrrrr COURT In nest four this 30th day of onvlllv, Florida, t
BRvnponnIN weekly Ixaurn.
September' 1947. .
erocentvWtor.toney for Pit. 1011 4t 10U
parts now available Attyi.
at Mr. .
lie Farm.Uorne and Mrs. Earnest Morris. f.OtTv. Louloti CutS01dm. Wltnea mv hind and official eal
were accompanied at Florida this "September,
& Auto 811ae. ,
[ nay lfarlY, Plaintiff, ".. Lola' U. (
Mrs. C. R. Smith. FLOWS and repairparts Lucille Mmrt'r' I>.'.ndant. Cape No. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma, \
Cecil Ralph who spent and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and now available at Famt.IIome S8M A. Clerk of said Court.
ORDER OF PUmjOATION: By Ldfllle I C. Conner I) C.
C k here with Mrs. Smith's Mrs. Carne Ritch spent Tuesday .SI Auto Supply. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR J s. Htrrlion.' j Law Exchange Bid*. ;

Col. and Mrs. D.it. In Jacksonville. i STATS OP FLORIDA to: Lola Jacksonville I Fla.
nU, Mrs. M. L. Maynard of Alachua Lucille Warty, whoia re.ldence la: Atty. fur rif. t-28 4t 10-17

A. B. Surrency of Brooker was returned to her home SW\dayaf. Vnkllo"II You are, required to> appear on I ,

d :jfrs. Vernon Silcox atlne visiting relatives In Starke last: ter being a guest of her daughter ed Octob.r Court 2?and. 11-47.oauie In ,the wherein boy. name I1:*COIMTV.ciHcrrr FLOUIUtl foi'MT. BR IN: inronn tItAN.tasty. Sun.. Mon. Oct. 12. 13

Florida-Texas football week. Mrs. W. B. Alexander for two tiff ceeks divorce. Bradford plain. .
County THE TWO
Durham. Plaintiff Eula
Saturday. weeks. Telegraph ahall publish thli Order vi.
Gainesville I Shewas accompanied Durham Defendant. Caia No. lt>33. I !
In neat four .
Mr. and :Mrs. weekly i.eue.
D. Walnwrlght home by her son-in-law and I Wltneaa mr hand and official seat ORDKH ()If' PUPUCATION Humphrey Bogart, Barbara ftanwyck Alexis Smith
PLOWS and repair Jr., were visiting/ friends In Gainesville it Starke AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
.\ daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dupula *1. '''1. Florida, this September STATIC OF FLORIDA toKuU ALSO NEWS AM/ ) CARTOON
at rarm.Home Sunday.
t available who spent Sunday here with (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas a.or..la.OoI Durham. whose residence |Helms: |
Aa Clerk of acid Court. ,
SuPP1Y' BRINUBY PLOWS and repair Mrs. Alexander. Ry Luallle C. Conner D. C. ::' are 27, required 1947. In the to above.appear nam.ed on. TUOH.' Wed. Oct. 11. 15 :

l of Tallahassee was parts now available at Farm.Home Ray golden: Daytona Beach Fin. Court I
and wherein plnln-
rerrell oauae
L guest at the home ofd Si Auto Supply. Star Brand Shoes at Atty. for Pit. 0-J8 4t 10-tt tiff aeeka dlvoro ,Bradford County THE GHOST AND MRS. MUIRGene ;

y STUMP'S. "Star Brands Telfturaph shall publish this Order ,
I Mrs. P. M. Barefoot.L. are IV: "IRCI'.T COftRT. BHtDFOnn In hext four weekly icsteWitn. Tlerney, Ilex Harrison George Sanders
Mr. and Mrs. Juniua Smith were Better. COUNTY." rroHiDAi is" CISASeasy. : : ... mv band and official. aeal

I and children weekend at Plnrke Florida, thla Hi-pteniber
Green guests Mrs. Retta
j. Maggie' J. Downing Rnrnea. Plain,
t Thursday afternoon In Shad at the latter's place on Doc- O. t.. Patten returned Wednesday tiff. .... Pfo. Aus-uatlne J. Barnea. 13.OFFICIAL 1047. SEAL) A. J. Thomll. Thura.. Frl. Oct. 16. 17

tor's Inlet. from a business trip to Tal. Defendant. ('... No. 6937. Aa Clerk laid Court. I
vuiC.ied. lahassee. ORDER OF PUBLICATION! By I I..ot.. Conner, D: f*. I I MOSS ROSE
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR H. O. Brown. Starke, Florida I
styles In crepe dres- Mr. ana Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson 8TATB OF FLORIDA to: Pfc. Atty. for Plf. t-2I 4t 10-11 I'eiftry! Cummins Victor Mature Ethel: Harryrnore

s 18 112| to 24 112| at were guests last weekend of Mr. BRINLKY PLOWS and repair donee Augustine la:: 5041 J. Barnes 8. Elisabeth, whose Street real- 1 I

and Mrs. Jack Simmons in Monti- parts now available at Farm.IIome Chicago 9. Illinois iv cincriT (entitY nH 'r>roni Sat.. Oct. IK DOUBlE; FEATURE
P'S. och. & Auto Supply You are required tn appear nn oi-Ni-y.. FI.OHIIIAI iv ril\v-:
October. 17. 194?. In the above named ChillY I
I Mills of Green Cove Court and cauae. wherein plain Virginia Tlutler Puffy, Plaintiff. STAGE COACH TO DENVER
J, D. Children's Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Monroe. Jr. tiff seeks divorce and cars and .'. Jamei J. Duffy, Defendant. Caa
I Wednesday nightr. warm pajamasand ]\1<>. I"OR.OItUt:1I .
went of Waycross, Ca. were guests Sunday euitody of minor child. Bradford" And
: OF PI Bl.ir'TIOV1U:
WUkln- bedroom slippers atSTUMP'S. County Telegraph shall
and Mrs. Edgar of Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Order In next four weekly publish Imiuea.thIs OOTIt TO AI'PH'H ( MYSTERIOUS MR. VALENTINE
"ltnu. my Hand and official' seal T TK OF FLOHIU leiJnmea t

Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith were at 14. Stnrku 104;. Florida thla September add'....J.and rtuffv r..al, ..whole l.,"". IM laet AOM known 1.",

In Gainesville Wednesday. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. ThomaaiAs I : 78H. Service.n.i:: ., IT. M. Naval !I
Clerk of aald< Court Air Station, Cal.you I r Sssrsr.rs.rsr-psp srrpssrsprprrsrrjrsSSSSSSSSJLegive
;; Shoes for all the family atSTUMP'S. By Lucille C. Conner i iH. are ririilrnd| l in appear nnNovember l :
Attention Please I .
iuf O Ilrown: Starke. ; ... 3rd. 1A47 the abovennmed
Atty. for Pit. 11-2R 4t 10-17' Court and cauie wherein
plaintiff" peeks divorce, nnd cmtodv -
Tel I Krnph hall publish thla Orderin
Automobile And Truck Owners Mr. and Mrs. Hugn Williamsof unit' four weekly: lasneaViine.s i I and *ii|>i>.iirt of child Brndforil'

Cross City visited hero Sunday, my hand and officialcccl County'.* In Telegraph. lihall pithllxh liaueii.WltnoMa thinOril t tI
r next four weekly
at Stark, Florida. this Suptembvr I :i '
with Mrs. W. B. Alexander. .., IRth, 1541.OFFICIAL my hnnd and otficiu.I atiiil : ( 1 specialattention
at Florida thla lit day efi
( J, Thomaa.
i iAa tltRrk"i
Clerk of S'aalil'bo..rt. 1947.OFFICIAl. I I
you familiar with the new BRINLEY PLOWS and repair Hv Lucille C. dinner, D. C. I ( 8RAL: ) A. J Thomas
part now available at Farm.Home, Rivers and Anderson, Green Cove I Aa Clerk of laid Court.
i which goes into effect October PprlnKK. Fl.. fly: Liicllli C. (Conner D. (' ,
&: Auto Supply.H. John J Ilenderaon GUI. Ht' Au.tin. .".- sick
1947 in respect to the owner- Attyi. for Plf. 0-18 4t 10-10 ., Florida.Attyi. 'I IK %

of andks C. Wall for t'lf. 1013 4t 10124| :
p i and operation cars spent days I i'r mtrriT 4-01 It r. nitAnroitn ,
-Ot Nl'V FLOIIIUkl I'N "IIANIIlaurlce -I I I andaillicled
RE- this week In Tallahassee busi
? The ,
( '' '''. CIHftlT rikfllT, Hit KOIlll)

ONSIBILITY, LAW enacted at ness. O. Fontaine Plalntltta va.Jaoquollna "U'\I'I'Y.. .OM.\I l IV *'.IIAV.
Fontaine, ant. .ItHyArnold
i last session of the state legis- Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis I Case No. 5958.ORDmR A. Canon Plaintiff va.Hylvla I

bre. Thill law is MOST 1M- In Gainesville Saturday where were they AND NOTICF1 OF PITBLICATIOW TO APPEAR! noon Camon, Defendant.. C... Nt. 'I We try to offer many Items to alleviate Buffering !

RTANT to all operators of mOo enjoyed a short visit with their. 8TATB Fontaine OF FLORIDA, whose to: Mra.acquellne Ullltr'.U:OTIIR OF P1'ni.lC TU APPK41ITATM 'TIOV l AND: to make you more comfortable, when confined to bed.

vehicles and should have your early attention. We daughter. Miss Marjorie Davis and a
0 be glad to show you a copy of the law and if yout who came from FSU last weekendto Ltolri.You France.are required: to appear on i and addreia: ronhw Ullllnc Road

to protect your interests with liability Insurance attend the football game. Ortnlmr 17. 1147. In the above named Coventrll Enitlund. : Bed Tans t
You are reiiulred to appear onOctober
Court and cauae, wherein plaintiff -
Agency having been in operation over 50 years, BRINLEY I'LOWS anti repair ie.ki. dlvo shell,....publish Itrudford thla CnuntyTeloiraph OrderIn : Court till and III47 cause In the whereinplaintiff ..bovena.1 Enameled Urlnata f fI'

quipped to take care of your needs.'e parts now available at Farm.llomeI float four weekly ,IHKUIII.Wltneiia : aeeka dIvorce Bradford
my hand and official I I County Telocraph shall puhlUh thli 1* Invalid Cushions! ,
; Auto Supply.Mrs. cent. at "Starke .Florida thla ,' Order In next, four weeklv 'iNitien.

\ Your ConsiderationH. tomlivr Id, 1947.OFPiriAL S'P'I I Wltneia' my official anal
\ Will Appreciate W. E. Middleton was called ( : $KAL) A. J. Thomas, ', at Mtnrko: Florida::1:1t'h Hoik dulY, of I' '* Catheters t
Ai Clerk of paid Court 5eil.ml.pr| 1< t1.I .
to Waycross Ga. last weekend because (OFFICIAL MKALV A. J Thomll
Hv t.ui-IIle C. Conner, t) C I '* Ice
of the death of her uncle, T.: Frank I.Hndrum Stark.. Flnrldn I,. Aa Clerk, of soil Court Throat liaR'sI
Atty. for Pit. 9.\0 4t 10-10 Tlv Lucille C. Conner. I) r"IT. .
C. WALL AGENCYC John Dowllng. Frank Lnmlrum. Slnrlie, Flurliln.'Attyi. '* Fountain Syringes: t.
1 nitcrir tniitr, IIII\I)FOIMI for Fl?. 1013| 4t 10124 I :

Ladies' Coats and Suits luuuS'rv rs.oitiits i'" tlt".1 I '
'* Hot Wilier Hot t leu
i *:it v. iv" <'MX'1 1 r <'<>tar nit iiiOINTt. ...OIlD I
Please i Starke $16.93 to $22.50. STUMP'S.Mrs. Olurla Joan! Tl.liliwHI, T'lninlif' ? vaDonaM (' Kl.l)lllll Si 1% t.u" ".
SERVICE Wavne llnunu-. Imfendnnt: I ei.iI: \' '* Electric: Heating $'adoS :

hone 146 OVER 60 YEARS f Fla. Garfield Evans of Holguin Case Nn. 6955 I I Aitni,. Orlffla Dnnnelly Pliilntlff I
-. ()HER I IF Pfni.ir-ATtOV VH. lrbirt Lanlur Donnelly, Ua'fnrtunt. -
Orlentc Cuba was a guest Thurs. Mel> NOTICE' TO AI'I'KAH ,' C".a No 8013.I Breast Pumps
day night of last week of Rev. STATK OF FLORIDA to-: nnnM ioniii.it: <.K i>i ni.i \TIOV" AM .
Wayne nauawell, whole residence I Tips
and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell. Accompanying la unknown i I a T A T M 1 OK F..II.III (01 t
her was Mrs. GilbertA. Ton' are required to appear on <', Herbert Ijinli-r' Unnnellv wh,,_" ."... I
October, it). 1947, In the above, named -: ldi>nce la I IK1A !>. 141" r.'i.t N, H';,, Waalliitirtom '* Elastic Trusses .
.Evans! of Miami. Court' and cauae, wherein plaintiff r r>. c.: ,. I It'
C L;' A', S SIFtEDYOUR ....ka divorce and reetnratlen. 14
Mrs. Lone. Quails spent a few of maiden nan,.. Bradford CountyIV ''November! You arc ilril required 1011. to In appear the ahnvenamed on I '* Leather-covered Spring Trusses ::1

days vacationing this past weekat rutrt. IT "'Olln'; ... iinnronni <(I plaintiff Court aeelia. .and,lIvo.raune..'" BradfordCounty wherein '* Abdominal Belts with Sacra Illiac Pad
CAR 'wo have a new < ) :
StY IN ( HA>
TCO auto radial Immediate! her home In Bronson with her KHV.. '(I I 'I'.I..ral'h eli .11 I I tuiMUh I itIcOrd.'r J
1I0tion. A. .(0. NEW S-BBDROOM raildence.jUHt ',, .In next four weekly lemma.Wltnena .. '*
low.* 143 ONE parents. Womlln Fnvn Patrick. Plnlntlff. v*. ,..ffl"I..I..alU Athletic Supporters '
i hitnd and I
PHERD RADIO SERVICE. completed.LUMBUKi William ll'.vt Patrick, Defendant.Cace my 't
Hlarke. Flrirlilu. .. I thli 2nd day ofOctober
I I '
ft it Madlion (treet Btarke.tf 12. I80-(70: lxj ln w.h8.0Xi.t; <; BRINLEY PLOWS and repair Vn fl94OHDER nv PtTII'Lrr'A'I'ION'sll'm 1447.OFFICIAL '* SuNpensorieit

Plumblnv Flttlnm; U In. Ply Wood; parts now available at Farm.IIome : ( URAL) A..I Thomas f
Pine FlnorlnoBoolT: Shjlvie.FI ( :FJLrn1'g.tr..I; WilliamHayt Aa Clerk, of aalil, Court.My '
Elastic Bandages
YOUR FARM CITY AND iKIl LIMES Whit Cement, & Auto Supply. I Patrick. whose residence la: | Lucille ('. Conner I> C. .
-MSS PROPERTY Olaia block, Sand. wroncevlllfl. Oeorclm. Kilch If. DonarliiH, (In I nesv i lie, Pill8(11's ..::' *.,
ALSO Concrete Pipe: Concrete Mrs. Mae Edwards Miss Elaine i You are required to appnar on fur Plf lOll| 4t 10114
Black, all .!...: pip*. it.P itonea, Edwards and James Cannon visited October 17 1947, In the above named -I And many other Items for the sick and afflicted
home ; Court and came, wherein plain IV rillCIIT 4'0"IIT. hit .ro.lo)
Jlw'1': : flSTROU' I'
Pits ::::
Mortar *: Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Edwardsin tiff ..eke divorce. Bradford County i'iii'wrv. "....lIln\1 iv < I AVrnv .I f fI
I "* SELL" anAL Oil and Block Paint; Concrete Floor Beach 'I'el"lfrllphh..11 puhllnh. this Ord..r (' :
( JL ESTATBadTerttoe complete; Dump Truck Hauling Daytona Sunday. In next tour weekly IMMUMH.Wltnena I Clara P. Miller I Plaintiff vi. Jamfta Let fit with good truss I
CH..t of connrt7. One Skll-Saw new. I mv hand and official aealat r Miller, Dcfenilunl. Case No. U8 hot a
5., ...10. .... .i.*e over Lore FOR SALES $180 up 150 Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. and Htarke, Klorlilu' this September I 017.OIIUKII.
_"I., .r J5e.ne.Fermedown., I2O mo. In city limit. son Cliff and, Miss Gloria Johnsof 2.1. 117.OFFICIAL! OF PI III.'rlC..', AVINOTU > I
conAcrlaFpe ( 8BALJ A. J. Thomas,
*. (.FII'L: I 'PKtnKTATK
Rerers from JI aver tS n\UFIJItU U.G"EE"I'H, (; ("0. Jacksonville were guests Sat A. Cl.rk of inlil. Court.Hr M 10 l '
open llatla*;. Edwards ..b..... UIIrpreMrnte.1 Lucille 4' Conner n ('. I OF 1o'1.u'tllI.a.
Maurice ,
J. .
urday and Sunday of Mr, and James T Mllr.) whone rfeMiince IN:
ISTROCT REALTY AGENCY I III.. 0. rtrown. Htarke, Klnrldit, : rio Robert \llll..r, II Rift Htreil
FOR 8AI.K- (furnished Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Atty. for rif. .U 4t 10-17 H'liitll Carolina
:.rno'I:: .cjp11dllJE
| Locally By ) and 5 HotileC.
I YIMI are rc.iuire.l tu appear onNovember
HOLLINGSWOIITH wired Variety fruit tr..ec. tl" rer BRINLEY PLOWS and repair iv r.n..lr' COIHT. HR'DrOltn.! 3.1.| IH47. .In the abitvenamed
( 'S'I'y. FI.OHIIlAl IV" HN.t
chicken yard JH .
barn Court and _., wherein
116 available Farm.HomeAuto .u
So. at .
Walnut St. mile I aw Luwtoy on road. Write parts now I < :H r.Furnln
Roie O'Noll 21B1 NW aoth Street. /I Supply.Mrs. M Hcurry, Plaintiff. va. i
Miami, Fla. JOOO. Contact Joih Kuirnnla: Ctirmlck Heurry, Defendant
1ESSES of all kind. reno. JUiwtey, to Inspect Case Nil 5n7s.nnr'i.tt I
4 I>. furniture upliolitircd and premlH "P 10-10 Lillian Chapman of Atlanta. uP. PITflLtC'APIO'rSYD ,I

':''tied) Drop tie a card. Ga., spent the weekend here with I NOTfB TO APPKAR I IfTATR OCT. 10TIITHRU
TINoa 1 MATTRESS CO., inns NOTICE-I now h.v* a portable OF FLORIDA to: Kuvonla
P.l tka. 11'1... : tf feed mill and molaiiea minor. Will Miss Joyce Newsome. I. )f"C..ronlc'kury.. '. Whose. realilvncella j
be able to go any place to grind : Cnknown f\

..111' *. P. ROWELL, Spirit. your f..d.-Karl Ccok. 4tp 10-17 Rivers Buford.! Jr., a student at October You are 24. 1947.required In the to above appear named on 1 I

(Ounty.Medium I license, and Healer.I fell State INSURANCE- .writ* mil Un.! the University of Florida. was the Court. and C""'.. wherein plnln- I OCT. 17TIIUK

[ Luther Clark pi...... S ml.you N. fir*. automobile liability and guest of his sister Mr. K. P.Stubb1n tiff .*..k.' divorce.nhull Bradford thli CountyTelearnph j
""arke See me for your Iniuranca publish OrderIn
on Rd. 800. Look for life. :
.. Walnwrlg-nt.I Jr.. J Tuesday. neSt four weekly lnNiieaWltneia 1
tf W. dJ'alr'SP., Phone 164. tfftCattIe mv hand and officialnl
\ BRINLEY PLOWS and repair at Hiarke, .Florida this HvptemlierliiprirrAL HUnt TO BUY NOW ANI) SAVES! SAVE! SAVE! HAVE!
marked crop one COME IM and have your body and 23. 1194
hrp. the other nr Branded fender work done at 'I'n..lln.II part now available at "..rmUullN'I RAD A. J. Thomas.A. .
0' rua Cattli marled ewal- (Rabeck'l oM bnttllnicplant" Auto Supply. Clerk nf laid Court.
f.r; Upper. and underblt one Ute of Brook Motor and ; ny Luclll C Conner n. C. 2 PC. Beautiful Tapestry Living Itoom
uppor lurfar. under inuareithir Claude: Nolan', .ckaon"lIIe. U.- '1'. Frnnk I.nndrum, Stark". Pie Valued At
aatai and .service. The
HOOKER Atty. for Plf 0.11 4t 10-17 Suit
ear. B..arcled l Mo. $5< per liable work guaranteed atp-IOIlT
I ceded lntmy truck '7 only outlet for genuine part
FOd.-o..o.: f. Spurlln. PenFOR SALE Two leather and wood IV r.nCII'r ( oinT. DR\llrOHnl Table In Walnut With Max
OARAGE tf I Coffee ; *
= ; FlaPhon* Green Cove arm-r ckln" chair. In good c ndttlon. 1-hone 130. rotSTV, FI.OHIOAl IS"1 CIIAV; :
n. e3.:! It 10-10 oil upac h..et. 4 il14Y.lr.va $224.00
...:.:.!._ large kerne .ahr.. 3. McBride, Plaintiff ".. Top

|Ai15! -"Or* -room hou.... unVJ1 er Call anil Fled. mall Croe*. 7 -W. *t 10110 Come to tile Bradford CountyTelegraph Joseph Francis McBrIde, Defendant

"n<> 4-roono 1,00cc. fur _ _ _ for your office Sup- C..... No. 5991.ORDER 2 End Tuhlen Tu Match
f::11 !immedIate 0llll".lon. In- .. Rubber bands pencil, carton OF PHBLIfJATIOMA.VD : A L L FOR
K" <"
( enter St. Starke. S T .
1 11128 L-0- paper legal form., etc. W. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Joaeph 1 I'latform Rocker
Frenetic McBride, whonn reildenue
--- 05
RI'I4I11O: 2-yea.-old field On Jacksonville Uluay have a large ..uppIy.iv and addrena I.., tit park Place, 1 7-Way Floor I Lamp With Silk Shade
wit Brooklyn New York.
elinire everhionmina plante: over LadlI''' ciitfliT cotter HADP'ONnJLOHIU You are required to appear on 158
*t olf varl.tle.wltb rouse; write In color. RtdMtt Puree1Ro.e "Ol""I'Y. *. II ('IIAERY :'- October 14. 1947 In the above namedCourt
and cauae, wherein plaintiff
.. Nur.eri:.:.;, ... P. ?' 10131 Sos I Containing Alice Cleo Perry Oardner. Plaintiff, seeks.. divorce. Pradford County
Defend- ahall publish this Order
Gardner Telegraph
I FOR rei...onal Papers And ant vi Jariie{'dC Furirmn No eo"" I IDHIJtK In next four weekly leal**. THAT CO. IPLETE YOUR LIVING ItOOM .
SALE-HI well
ted acre MoneyFlmler or pruI.ueTlo't SWoIc5 Wltneaa. my hand and official ...1
tel and ,moitly: all fenced. ... ? TO .'PP""R at Kterke, Florida this September
It,. cottao-e. and other bull. And TATH OP ..ORIIJ' 0.1 35. I tIT.IOP'F.rrAL. COMPLETE LINE OFNATIONALLY
/:' ""larke. Reduced prlc' Keep Money Jamea Furmnn Gardner who* residence BEAD A. J. Thomas WE HAVE A

BVh.c.*" I4.MO.! Write to owner, J. K. Workman.Jr. J" unknown A. Clerk of laid$ Court.
rk Wynn. P. O. Box lOll Notify You. are rvnulrrd to appear on By Lucille C. ('onn.r, I>. C.T ,
. Fla 4t iosI .. 1371 Nassau St. November 8rd IM7. In the above Frank Lnndrum, take, Fla.
'...elertrleally! quipped. Rr- Oalne v JI'. 1'1.. named Court and eau.., wh rln' Atty. for Pit. -11 41 JO-11 Sealy I & SertaINNERSPRING i\J\F.RTIMEP

RP.RT..NIc.1l plaintiff ...** divorce Rradford I
'r fiirnlihed cotLor > ( Telegraph ehall puMlih thisOr iv r.Rrl'.T ('oinr. ItS tflYORflfOtiTT. .
> 'tOVe. and hot water. ountr .. IV ,1104 ".
F. l-r In net four weekly > FLOHIUAl
... Several .patmenl. <
. Stark.. UpflRCKTERT" RENT .
FOR nand end oltlllal..a'| I 114T.Miidred /
. I :I' ..oom..Comfortably to qul.t tamili.a turn-. at Witnei Stark mv Florida title. lit day ofh'lob.r ,."",, Hellen, Plaintiff vi.Itobirt MATTRESSES
fln-lFR forB. n't) drlnk.re. 101", 1247.iol'FICIAI. Fleming llellen, lufendant. .
: will rade for farm or ,.h..d. Sect oil NPCCC h.ah'dirt road ( sgl.t A.J C.. No UU
; 0'" I0ate Church COd C WYflfl take first CuP' "URUI'ATrON'
C Mid noting
sun,,. .,, lift tlret brIdge out E. Call A. rink of 1 THEY CARRY
L. fl or wr|, owner at of B" Lnelll C. Con"-.Thoma'i AND NOTI'-B TO APPEAR
: LarEhollee
oz, Joa 40f.Starke. .t On. mile 0111. 31 10124'IM John J. Hendenon E*<\ St. BTATB OF FLORIDA to RobertPl.nimg
-. Sep 10I1T end la..n. Iin. S'i.ridc lichen whoae residence lei:
__ --- bungalow Oil'fI : Atty. tor P11' 10'3 4t 10:24: K K f> I. 8mlthflelil ,.Pennsylvania.Yr I
U : ,
Whit. flock pul. pflSAi.nttfldern are required to appear on
-,; ;" old- Laying oon. Will Church St. P11cc '2500. See M"re. CIlIlSIT 4'orRT. \nrORD) I October S7. 114?. In the annve named -
':l t Inc 11.75 each If take r:. H..I..v. 411) Center lit. 1"('0'"'' 1'''. FLOIIIO" 15 (,11 .:.- Court and came wherein' plaintiff We Have Betty Crocker Electric Automatic Irons
ml. .. ,...
"* n' Rtarke. on ". S ft.H. 4 I*H yHiih I seeks dl..o Bradford County
1IUan".n.. hlirhway. at flret FOR SAL&-On. ? C. Rvyoll., Plaintiff. v*. Bar' Telegraph ahall pabllah thli OrderIn
bleI.! J. Murphy. lip hnt. ..SC.. Ii:. Adgifle, uamptrt"p"P.r. .f.ndant Case malt four weekly .leetiee.
_ _ Walker Iryon.
Fla No. 6"0. Wltn .e mr hand and official leal Also Blankets Heaters LinoleumsIT'S
T-Ap.rt..t with 3 WANTEI-'I'n"' 15.2*' I ORDER r>r pmfATrovAND : at ileark, Florida. thJe HeptemberOrcliiAL :
'1:' rn1 private bath Electric C.A8HIER C pref.rr.d.: NOTICE: TO APPEAR Is. 1507. tf
'M I,* a"d lln.r_prlnw bed high ichool, grdu&l 0' STATE OF FLORIDA tot SaVe ( ; : BRAD A. /. Thomas,
_. .td"'I\P'h., "It N. ChtrryHZ 5xperi400e notfl t.c..lrY.with ;a7. APPlY I Walker Bryion, who. reeld'nee IIDawkln .: Aa Clerk of said Court. I A FACT YOU CAN DO JIETTER AT
,,, ary yarati fit. It Circle Union South By Lucille C. Conner D fZoch .
. LnV.tt'e. Ill W. (.11 I IJ H. lx>u..lae, llalneavllle, :Fla.Atty .
, "PPf\-'v.: have full line, .,, C'a.lIn. required to pper on for Pit. -U 4t 10-17
; 1 oat. hle I.Pl"! and clor FOR !tALF__ ".V"IJ-$15. Ar:. October Too' M. I- Ia lb. ab.v. aamO in ".n'.'. roraiT.: .H4uronCOCTJiTT. ..
I. <".Iv... ear Nitrate of rr.r&to, A-i on Deign 11..1 plant.IL .* *>*taa4 .ssae. waer.** plaZa-| I rMMIOAa M",C.A*. JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO
AI..o .
"" complete. et.dt radiO, 5171 .mwI. Be. IS"'". tiff ...hs 4IMFM. Bradford C.gety ,
lertlu.- i,,. ,, l tt'"Btttl.... Fla.. tl.ol notice T.l raph iball publicS tall OTd.rin )4rtbaSnlea. plaintiff. "" Lather
ftarei1T ZIP loll? next four weekly l..oee.WItaeee 80 Ie.. Defendant ( see No. 1916. : t,1
b" Long Bridge.if BIT hand and official. seal ORDER OF PTTUCATrO PHONE 151 STARKE; FLA.oeroBER
RJI.>ii:)4i..TYnFurni.b.4 hoatM on 100".10" end at flt.rke.. Florida. tbli ...Pt..rJ'IM'uL AND/ NOTrCW. TO APPEAR I ,
..JZt 4 ro.m% .cnn.eni.nc.. FOR L1ALP'M Jot Write P0. STATS or FLORIDA tat Luther .
.1.7 '0. 8.. Mrs. JC. Haley 411 bath ; Suk. lip n.11 *AW A. / Thomas. Boles who* ,..14..... and oddrea.
't. lip Boa I .




I SOCIETY and CLUBS Baptist Circles Woman's Club Has Hamburger Fry I (OFFICIAL As SEAL Clerk) of A.said J. Thomas Court. la: unknown:

By Lucille C. Conner D. C. November 8re
Elect Officers October MeetingThe For Young Folks Robert Building H.Jacksonville Duncan 804 Florida Lynch named Court .1947c sueea 10 ,""

For New Year Attys. for Plf. 3613| 4t ieis4IN County plaintiff seeks. ditoro, .. .,
WMU Woman's Club of Starke Thursday afternoon of last week Order TeleCt.Ph >hall 8
Associational Parsonage Is Scene n
entertained Dklq
Churchwell Witness qe
held Mrs. W.
Its Wednesday -
Circle One of the Baptist WMU monthly meeting COUVTY. FLORIDA! IN CHAN- ,at I
Held At Pine GroveThe Of Lovely At HomeThe met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. afternoon in the club house. members of her Sunday school VERY September Starke 'lorldad 1947 Ibll"I It4 0111(,,,

:Mrs. class with a hamburger fry at Alex Condor Plaintiff vs. Jeanette ,
R. A. Green presided over (OFFICIAL
annual meeting of the New Rev. and Mra. W, J. Church L. G. Powell and Miss Etta Tyson. Oondor, Defendant. Case No. 11198. SEAL)
the business which her home Church Street. A. of '
meeting during on ORDER OF PUBLICATION. AND Clerk tal4 "
Six members and one visitor were n.
River association of the BaptistWoman' well held open house 'Monday Mrs. Junlus M. Smith Presidentof Theyoung guests gathered In NOTice TO APPEAR J. A. 1Iarrl00l 1.lIclll. C Co.... it
Missionary Union was night for members of the Methodliit present. STATE) Of FLORIDA. tot te... 1
held Oct. 1. at tbe Pine Grove Church and all their friends. Members entered the large hall, the P-TA asked the Woman'sClub the spacious back yard where they Jeanette Condor whose re.ldenc. asss..k.on'iII., r
to of fishponds
which was cleverly decorated with take charge two several and late '" Itl, It
Church. Theme f the programwas The occasion also marked their at to enjoyed games -- -
the F-TA carnival
"His Kingdom From Shore fifteenth or crystal, wedding an orchid and pink dahlias and were be held Oct. 31.. participated In a short devotion

To Shore". The Rev. L. D. Haines niversary. seated In the living room, where RADIO
Present to share in this delightful CLEARANCE
Mrs. J. W. Chairmanof
t of Starke led the devotional taking Guests were greeted at the door large red dahlias were artistically IClncaid, S-A.L.E
placed. Social Committee stated that party were: Billy Crenl.er.Marcus .
for his "How Christians ,
subject by Mrs. A. Z. AdkIns and Mrs.L. .
Can Bring About His Reign". A. Davis, end were receivedby Mrs. F. B.: Beard led the devotional an experimental weekly "Ladles Brown, Billy Weldon Jimmy .

and Mrs. Ed Tenly presented Luncheon Day", to be given by Rowe and Paula McLaurin. 6 TUBEADMIRAl
:Mrs. H. I* Hough president. the Churchwells. All were Invited
an Interesting for the members for members will begin
presided over the meeting, during to sign the guest book pre program '.dr'
next Wednesday. Luncheon will be
day, the theme stressing; "Youth
which encouraging reports were sided over by Mrs. T. H. Osborne I Fresh stock of excellent typewriter I
of Today and Tomorrow". served, followed by bridge, for
given by the committee chairmen. and Mrs. Fred Guy. ribbons at THE TELE!
Officers were elected for the which prices will be given.A .
Goals for the new year were read Yellow was the color scheme of GRAPH.IN WITH
new year as follows: door prize will also be awarded. PtrLLOITtT: ()
and recommendation "
by Mrs. Hough a the evening beftig used through I 1I
Leader-Mrs. L. G. Powell Those desiring further details
made that they accepted.The out In decorating. Yellow roses PUna
Co-leader-Mr. Q. W.Alderman
and reservations ara to telephoneMrs.
morning message was Plcardy gladioli, and yellow chrysanthemums CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
brought by Miss Ethel Harmon Sec'y..Treas.-Mrs. Jesse New- R. A. Weeks by 9 a. m. Tues COUNTY. VLOHIDAl IN C1IAN
added to the charmof
r Missionary to Iwo, Nigeria, West the living room and atudy. some day Oct. 14. A charge of $1.25 VERY Lucille Carlson Smith, Plaintiff, __ 134.50Liberal

Africa. She told of the needs of Program Chairman-Mrs. F. B. per person will be made. va. Prosper l verne Smith Defend _
Guests were Invited into the Beard ant. Case No. 8010. -c-
the people there and also of the Mrs. R. A. Green welcomed Mrs. ORDER ov PUBLICATION. AND Trade-In
dining room by Mrs. J. W. Klncald AIIQ"1tIq
) Mission Mrs. R. A.
work that has been accomplished.Her J. Warren Kaufman as new Chair
Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs. E. Thomas STATe OF FLORIDA to.Prosper
subject was "The King's Business man of Education. Mrs. Kaufman Levern Smith, whose las
In Africa." L. Matthews Mrs. J. M. Hembree Community Missions-Mrs. D. !will also direct the Woman's Club known residence and address Is do| 8ENTINALBATTERY
and Mrs. t,!$.' l lL8WorthY.I W. Moore General Delivery Charleston SsuthCarolina.
' Mrs. E. J. Duskell. Recording Chorus: after Us organization. RADIO
Refreshments were served froma Enlisting Chairman and Children You are required to appear on
Secretary of the Florida WMU Following the business meet November ird 1847 In the above
large table overlaid with an exquisite s Home-Mrs. Maxi
gave a challenging message on the I ing, the Importance of visual aid named Court and cause, wherein 49.50 I
lace table cloth the centerof Carter seeks. divorce Bradford
plaintiff r
I "Be Ye in the to children Uberal Trade-in Allowance
work her subject being which was adorned with golden Flower Chairman-Mra. L. G. teaching gospel County Telegraph shall publish this FTUBE
''I' Doers for the Kingdom". A stewardship was demonstrated by Mrs. W. J. Order In n.xt tour weekly Issues
rapture roses and yellow porrr- Powell Witness! my hand and official, seal
"These Ought Ye Churchwell before club members.
play at Starke. Florida, this lat day of
porn chrysanthemums flanked on The next meeting will be held
to Have Done", was presented by Mrs. Churchwell presented a large October, 1047.OFFJCIgAAsSClark.
either side by double silver can at the home of Mrs. Tenly. ( J. Thomas ?
the Starke WMU. The Pine Grove I group of the Bible School chil. of said Court RCA-VICTOR
delabra. The
, Choir sang two selections. One of featured a dren, who sang several selections By Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
'I clever arrangement of fruit, candelabra Circle Two met at the home of John :J Henderson Esq., St. Augus
" these "Beneath the Old OliveTree" Alexander which they had been taught at tine, $29.50
Mrs. W. B. where varl- sIT
being placed on either orrdaFlf. )
10"| 4t 10124
was dedicated to Mrs.I the weekly visual aid and Bible Attys }
side holding yellow candles. Froma hued cut flowers were used in \ s
Hough. The Brooker WMU had story hour.They were led and di-
silver service guests were served decorating for the meeting. The IV CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
charge of the Impressive Memorial rected by Mra. Churchwell and accompanied COUNTY. FLOHIUAl IN CHANCERY .
coffee by Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs devotional was read from the 6th

I Service. W. B. Mlddletcm. and Mrs. F. H chapter of Revelations by Mrs. by Mrs. R. A. Green.' Jacqueline Friedman Hollander, C. H. DRIGGERS FURNITURE CO

The following officers were e- Long alternately. Assisting were Alexander and the program chairman Mra. Churchwell then gave a demonstration Plaintiff VH. Marshall Jay Holland.
Case No. (007.
lected for the new : to er.
year show club members
Mrs. W. L. Mrs. L. D. Haines used the PHONE 43 -:- STARKE
;!; President-Mrs. C. C. Black Blair Mrs. A. F. how children are taught by the ORDER OP PI'OLIC4.TION AND FLA.
Sauls. Mra. Bertha Pearce, and Mexican Indians as her theme. NOTICE TO APPEARSTATE
Pine Grove. visual aid method. Because a OF FLORIDA to.
Mrs. W. G. Halle. Taking part on the program were Marshall Jar Hollander whose last
Young People's LeaderMfrskc Mrs. F. J. Shaw Mrs. A. J. Thomas remembers only 10 percent of known residence< and address Is
+ Tenly, of Starke; GUts of crystal were artistic what is learned by hearing and 5000 Cornell Avenue, Chicago 1111not. -
end Mrs. A. A. Durden.
lat Vice-Prellident-Mrs. E. D. ally displayed on the spacious sun 60 .::
of"what is with
percent seen
The business meeting was presided You are required to appear on
J\W\ Dozier Dowllng Pine Grove; porch. the eye, children at the CommunityBible November end, 1947, In the above Woolen '
over by the leader, :Mrs. W. I
named Court and cause wherein
flJ Secretary and Treasurer-Mra. Throughout the
> evening a School
Andrews and the following officers are taught by narration plaintiff seoks divorce and no
Jane Thorpe Pine Grove; background of piano music was and use,of characters sim other relief. Bradford County

J Stewardship Chairman-Mrs. J. provided by Mrs. E. K. Perryman year: were elected for the new ultaneously. Telegraph next four shall weekly publish issues.this OrderIn Ladies'

P. Wyrlck. Lawtey; and Mrs. R, A. Green. Mrs. T.
Mrs. W. L. Andrews leader Mrs A, Z. Adkins Chairman Witness mY hand and official seal!
Missions-Mrs. Fred at Starke Florida, this 1st day ofOctober
Community T. Long Mrs. T. H. Slade, Mrs.
Mrs. W. B. Alexander co-leader of Music presented Miss Jeanette 1647.OFFICIAL .
May. Antloch; L. D. Vlningf. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy
Mrs. E. W. Hayes secretary Priest In a piano solo "Minuet", ( SEAL A. J. Thomas Skirts 1
Margaret Fund-Mrs. R. T. ushered guests over the by Paderewskl after which Mrs. As Clerk of said Court.
Mra. A. A. Durden treasurer ,
Hargrave Antloch; By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
iItJ parsonage.A Mrs. L. D. Haines program K. G. Duncan Chairman of the John J. Henderson, Esq, St. Augustine -
Children's Home Chairman musical J Jt.
i program chairmanMrs. Department of American Home, Florida.
:(I' Mra. G. IS Green, Brooker; Included several selections by a Attys. for Pl[. 1013 4t 10134
? J. Introduced G. S. Newcomb who _
F. Shaw Mission Study Plaids .
Mission 0
Study ChairmanMrs.J.
quintet composed of T. T. Long,
Mra. W B. Morse Community entertained the ladles with two IV CIRCUIT COI'RT, BRADFORD.
Cason Raiford; O. S.
Newcomb E. Matthews, Missions short films showing correct ar- COUNTY FI.OUIOAl IV CHAN- i
Training School Chairman- Miss Oarnlta Hutto, and Mrs. New- VERY 1- .'
Mrs. J. C. Canon, Raiford; comb; a duet composed of Mrs. Mrs. A. J. Thomas Stewardship rangement of flowers, entitled Helen ITooki. Plaintiff vs. LumenJamlle O Solids
Mrs. Carrie Ingram Training "Homes and Flowers". Hooks, Defendant. Case No.
(j, Publicity Chalrmaan-Mrs. T. KincaId and Mrs. Adkins; and refresh- eoi s.ORDER.
School Following: the program,
B. Harding. Starke. solo numbers by Miss Hutto. I OF PUBLICATION AND
W An assoclatlonal Mrs. E. Lennon LiteratureMrs. ments were served by the following NOTICR TO APPH4K .
l' study course will be held with the Mrs. Sauls HostessTo C. J. Powell Children,s hostesses: Mrs. F. F. Stump Luman STATE Jamlls OF Hooks FLORIDA whose residence tIll Stripes'r

Brooker Church Nov. 7. The ,Home Mrs. Joe Cottrell Mrs. C. A. In Route 4, Box .332. Bessemer

I'o next Rally wlir be with the Lawr WSCS Circle I Flower Committee: Mrs. P.Williams Futch Mrs. Ralph Alvarez,Mrs. Alabama You are required! f
tey Church and the Brooker ', Mrs. Ira Wilson Mrs...Coy J. P. Roberta, Mrs. W. Vj Gunter November, Srd, 1947 In the above 1 fI. w'' .if. "4 rr 4

Church has invited the Association Monday EveningCircle Stephenson Mrs. Bennett Mrs. Mrs. Foster Shi Smith Mrs. J. plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce cause&, care.cus wherein,

to meet there for the annual! Hutchenson. R. Kite Mrs. W. R. Morse Mrs. tody and control of minor
One of the
, t meeting In 1948.Sixtyeight Methodist At the close of the meeting the H. H. Young Mrs. P. D. Fancher child. Bradford County Telegraphshall
WSC3 met publish this Order In nxt four --
Monday afternoon at 95
hostess served refreshments to Mra. O. L. Haynes. weekly lasuts.
persons were present the home of Mrs. A. F. Saul. '
the 13 members present. Witness my nand and official seal
Fourteen members gathered In at Starke, Florida this 2nd day of t-
It was announced that the Oct.
Jr. Club
October 1947.
the which s
living room was artistically 2
meeting will be held with Mrs. .,
s decorated with roses, gladioli Shaw. I Plans ActivitiesThe ;

and chrysanthemums.Mrs. All members of Circle Two were INSURANCE ,

.BI CTARKE L. A. Davis co-chairman invited out to the Kingsley Lake Junior Woman's Club met U you need fire, automobile life \ }

F"-: presided over1 the business session home of Mrs. E. W. Hayes on Thursday night of last week at 8 or any other type Insurance: see ,

during which plans were discussed Wednesday Oct. 15, for a covered o'clock In the Woman's Club. me at 129 W Call Street op-

concerning the possibility of put dish luncheon. For transportationsee Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. W. B. posite Bradford County Telegraph .

Sun.. MUII. Tues Oct. 12: IS, 14 ting on a Christmas bazaar. Mrs. W L. Andrews. Sewell were guests of the club in Starke. Having engaged '

MAGNIFICENT Miss Olive Ray had charge of for the evening. Mrs. Sewell gave In this business since

the devotional and led In prayer. Circle Three held its first meet- an interesting talk concerning the 1931. I am well qualified to Robbins'The

An interesting program Includeda Ing of the new year Tuesday afternoon history of the P-TA. She also represent :your best Interest
OBSESSION talk by Mrs. F. H. and No client of mine has lost
Long at the home of Mrs. S. disclosed plans of the coming PTA ever

Irene Dunne!, Rubt Taylor Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. Mrs. Long's E. Sparks the new president.Dec carnival which will be an eventof a thin dune by placing their

topic was "National College for orations of roses and zinnias ad- October and asked full cooperation Insurance with me. <

NEWS! & COMEDY.' Christian Workeia". while Mns. ded charm to the living room from the,:Junior Woman's N. D. WAINWRIOnX. JR. Store Of Values

Wed., Thurs. :Oct. 15, 16FEATURE Shepherd's subject concerned "H where fourteen members and four Club. Phone 194 .

DOUBLE : WA Nan College In FoOChow.China" visitors were seated. It was agreed by the club to assist 1'4 rrSsrrrrnprs---_

The program was In charge of in the carnival proceedingsand I -

THE Delicious refreshmer/9 later Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, and Mrs.J. a commute Freddie Wlm-

DALTONSMargaret were served by the hostess, who E. Futch led the devotional: berly chairman was appointedto

lockwood was assisted In serving by Mrs. Matthew 28:20.: ( Topic: "Youth In plan the projects which are to

Hogan Smith Mrs Titus Olson Today1 World." be sponsored by the club in the f t sw, ,ts
Phyllis Calvert and :Mrs. Lorenzo Green. carnival.
And Taking part In the program s
were Mrs. M. F. Hazen Mrs. B. Other business Included the appointing :704

T. Thomas, and Mrs. Sparks. A of a committee headedby

DANGEROUSMILLIONS IF YOU HAVEPULPWOOD piano solo by lira. D. L. Thomas Mra. Vernon Sllcox to complete

' added to the pleasure of the meet- redecoration of the clubhouse cJLovltj oL a. d ij

Ing. The business session was pre- powder room.

Kent Taylor. Dona Drake sided over by the president at During the social hour refreshments

which time the following officers were served by the hostesses ss Nothing quite matches. the quiet PIPgtIk'i''

y FrL, Hat. :( ct. 17. 18 TO SELL were elected for 1947-48: Miss Delia Rosenberg. Mrs.\ t, ""' -' of pearl* whether the gift l Is. for ells

DOUI1LK FEATURE SEE Circle Leader Mrs. H. L. Harold 'Bishop and Mrs.\ BUI\ mother or sweetheai Pearl are .I w

Brownlee; Powell. of the brid<1rT
1'' the most popular gift
WHIRLWINDHORSEMAN OR Co-Leader-lIoIrs. J. M. Brown- to his bride. See our lovely selecHoa

WRITE lee! Miss Velma Norman today.

Program Chairman-Mrs. T. B.Harding .
Weds Douglas AlyMr.

With James Newell Edwin W. Peck Secretary-Mrs. J. E. Futch; and Mrs. H. L. Norman of
And Treasurer
-Mrs. Ray Newsome; Starke
announce the marriage of
P. O. Box 483 Mission- Study-Mr., M. F. Ha their daughter Velma Florell to --t

THE TRAILWith Phone 630J ,zen; Douglas Bethea Aly of Moore- f' '
Community Missions-Mrs. B.
haven Fla.
Ken Gainesville, Florida T. Thomas GENTS
simple, single ring ceremony
Aim Top Cash Prices Paid Stewardship-Mrs. W. J. Ep-' was performed on the even- KREISLER TIEAND PISS

Short... & "Law of 'Vi..." person Sr.; I' Ing of October 3 In the Stanton Bulova & Elgin
Orphanage-Mrs. R. B. Alvarez
; Memorial Baptist Church of :MI- COLLAR SETS
Literature-Mrs. D. r.. Sllcox
: ; ami. Mine Carmichael WATCHES
r or Flower Marjorie .
Chairman Mrs. J. M.
, cousin of the bride was her maid .
Brownlee.The .
' Let us repaint and repair meeting closed with of honor and only attendant. Mr.
prayerby Aly had as his best man Charles
CtE your old Bicycle. We'll makeIt Mrs. W. J. Epperson Sr. LADIES
de la Garden
c It like new. Also new and FINE
(Q used Bicycles for sale. For her wedding the bride chosea WATCH BRACELETS
;, Waldo Eastern Star'The light blue suit and black acces
sories. Her corsage was of gar COMPACTS
Waldo Chapter No. 120. denias. REPAIRING

SHOE Order of the Eastern Star will Miss Carmichael wore a gray COSTUME JEWELRY

resume fall meetings Friday Oct. checked suit with black accessor ----

REPAIR 10. ies. Her corsage was of yellow --" ..

This meeting will be especially! chrysanthemums.After '

to welcome the members who were the ceremony a receptionwas

Longer Wear Thru Expert Repair Initiated Into the Order during held at the home of Mr. and

the past year. Mrs. Charles de la Gardelle.

-New Life For Old ShoesBIGGS&BAKER-- All members as well as visiting Following a wedding trip :Mr. GEM JEWELRY

members are invited to attend. and Mrs.\ Aly will make their homeALVAREZ'STORE

-Maude Lapp. Worthy Matron lit M1amJ.

t .'_ .

: ... ". 4: /J.. .... ....

105 W. Call oBt. Starke, Fla. .Established Men's Clothing 1894 -1IB [ 109 E. CALL ST. PHONE 170 .' STARKE. FLA.


_n .

Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark Aa Clark of said Court. la: B. Rocklnehnm North Carolina. 'plaintiff necks divorce custody (OFFICIAL SEAl) A. 3. ThrvmaAs .
ITs of LOCAL NEWS 1 1d left B r Lucille C. Conner n. C. Tots are required to appear on and control of minor ohlld. rvadfordCounty Clerk of aald Co rt.
yesterday for a weeks Vacation Martin J. Pearl loa Graham Bide.. October t7 1947 In the above named Telerreph ahall publleh thla By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. '
in Tampa Miami and in Jackionvllle I pta, Court and cauae wherein plaIn. Order In next: four weekly tmiuea. Flemlna JoneH Scott Botta Bur I
Atty. for Pie. '-28 4t 10-17 tiff aeaka divorce Bradford County I Wltneea my hand 'and official aaal neSt National Bank Bids, Jacle-
Pompano where they will be the Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn at Starke, Florida, this 30tn day of aiinvllle, Florida
dr8. H. V. Knight of BRINLEY PLOWS and repair guests of Mrs. Denmark's parents, IN: riRri'iT roirRT. BRtDFonnCOUNTY. next four weekly Inauea.Vltnene September 1947. Attya. for Pit. lOll 4t lOll. ,I

Ie, were recent visitors to parts now available at Farm.Home Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Morrla. rLOHlUAl II:' VISAS.VERY. at\Starke. ,mv Florida hand, and this official September teal !,(o 1" I.

were accompaniedMrs. & Auto Supply. Old In. Ray M.t,.. Plaintiff va. Lol. S3. 1947. III
They Smith. Jr..and BRINLEY PLOWS and repair. Lucllla Marl,., Defendant. C.o/o. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,,
C. R. A. Clerk of caM Court.
Cecil Ralph. who spent i. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and parts now available at Farm.IIome 1988.ORDER OF PtnttJCATlON By Lucille I C. Conner D. C.

with Mrs. Smith's I. Mrs. Carrie Rltch spent Tuesdayin fe.Auto Supply. II AND NOTICES TO APPEAR J' 0. Harrison' PIe Law Bxchans Bide.Jackaonvllle Nft13Sun.
here STATE OK FLORIDA to: Lola
Mrs. D.L Jacksonville. for Plf. *-18 4t 10-17
and Atty.
nt8. col. Mrs. M. L. Maynard of Alachua' Lucille Unknown.Marty, whose residence la: I I I .

t. A. B. Surrency of Brooker was returned to her home Sunday af- Tou are required to appear on. IN: riRCl'IT OOt'HT. BRADFORD ., Mon. Oct. 12 13 IiI
October 2?. 147. In the above named
Silcox at- visiting relatives in Starke last ter being a guest of her daughter COUNTY. FLOIIIUAI IN CHAN.
Mrs. Vernon Court 'and eaitae wherein plaintiff VERY
Florida-Texas football week. Mrs. W. B. Alexander, for two seeks dlvoro itradford County 3. C. Durham Plaintiff, ".. Eula I I THE TWO MRS. CARROLLS (

he Gainesville\ Saturday. weeks. She was accompaniedhome in Telegraph[ next u'.h; weekly publisis l u'I.: Order Durham ORDER Defendant.OF Pirr-LJCATlON Cane No. 1083. Humphrey Bogart Barbara f>tanwyck. Alexis Smith I

Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright.Jr. by her son-in-law and Witness my hand, and official aaalit AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I I II

ET PLOWS and repair .. were visiting friends In Gainesville daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dumis Stark, Florida, this September STATE OF FLORIDA to: PJul.Durh.m. ALSO :NEWS AND CARTOON
I U. 1947. whoaa realdenca |a: Helena,
available at FarmHon Sunday. [ who spent Sunday herewith ([OFFICIAL, BEAD) A. J. Thomas, Qeore/la. ". I ;
Mrs. Alexander. A a Clark of aald Court. You are required to appear on Tues., Wed. Oct. 14. 15
uppry I BRINIZY PLOWS and repair rly Lucille C. Conner, D. C. October 87, 1947, In the above num.ad .
Ray Selden Daytona Beach Fin.Atty Court' 'and cause, wherein plaintiffaeeka I THE GHOST AND MRS. MUIR i I II
I Ferrell of Tallahassee was parts now available at Farm.Home Star Brand Shoes at for Plf. 8-39 4t 10-17 I divorce, Bradford County

Lv at the home of & Auto Supply.Mr. Telegraph shall puhllih this OrderIn Sander
Rex harrison
STUMP'S. "Star Brands are iv: rincriT roirnT. IIR.'D"OROI next four weekly laftbea." I Gene Tierney \
Mrs.! P. M. Barefoot. Mrt. Juntas Better." COUNTY. FLOHIDAI IN: CHAN; Wltneaa m r haridn4 official Heel
and Smith
were CKRY. '. at Ertarkc' Florida, this September':
J. Green and children weekend guests of Mrs. Retta Manila J. Downing Barnes.. Plaintiff IS. 1 47. Thura.. Frl. Oct. 16, 17
L. Q. L. Patten returned Wednesday va. Pfo. Au u.tln. J. Barnes. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 'J Thomaa
Thursday afternoon In Shad at the latter' place on Doc. from business to Tal Dafcndant.. Case No. 6937. Aa Clerk of sail Court. I MOSS ROSE
a trip
tor's Inlet. ORDER!: OF PUBiaOATION By Lucille C'. Conner, D ("'. I ,
lahassee. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR H. O. Brown, Starke. Florida Cummins. Victor Mature Ethel Barrymore-
L STATE OK FLORIDA to Pfe. Atty. for Pit. '-IG 4t 10-17 Peggy ,
styles In crepe dres18 Mr. anB ,Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson BRINLEY PLOWS and repair AuctKtlna J. Barn.... whose real- I

24 at were guests last weekend of Mr. done la: Ion 8. Klliabath Street. ii cmcviT roi-HT BRADFORDOtdhl'Y FEATURE
to 112|
12| parta now available at Fann.llome&I Chicago t, Illinois Sat., Oct. 18 DOUBLE
and Mrs. Jack Simmons in Monti. ( FI.OHIUAl IN CIIAI'I-

'S. och. Auto Supply.Mr. October You are 27, required 1947, In the to above appear namRd on- ICKY Virginia Butler Puffy, Plaintiff I STAGE COACH TO DENVER

Ij. D. Mills of Green Cove and Mrs. M. M. Monroe Jr. Court seeks and divorce cause, and wherein care plaintiff and va. James J. Duffy Defendant. Caaa And

pent Wednesday night Children's warm pajamasand of Waycrosa Ga. were guests Sun. custody of minor child. Pradfnrd No. (1)01.ORDKH: OF prni.irvnoN AND .

L. and MIL Edgar Wilkln- bedroom slippers. at day of Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.Mr. Order County In Telegraph next four> shall weekly publish Indue this STATE NOTHM OF'ro FLOHIUA APPEAR .lJamee ( MYSTERIOUS MR. VALENTINES

STUMP'S. Witness my hand and official, seal. J. rmffv, whose last known
and Mrs. Hogan Smith were .t Stark., Florida thla September addrein and residence In AOM 1-c .
14 ViI4JiAL} I 2HU7H3I( Service 1)opt., IT. H. NavelAir
in Gainesville Wednesday. SEAL A. J. ThomaelA. c sss
rrsrrsrrrr -
Slatlon Alamoiln Cnl.t I IYou S ssrsss Sas s srrsrr 4 f S rsS S SSJS i
Clerk of sell< Court.
Please Shoes for all the family atSTUMP'S. By Lupine C. Conner O. C. November are Srd required 1947 to In appear the above on J
uf Attention H. O. Brown Starka. FlorIda. named Court and cause wherein. I '
> Atty. for 9214t 10-17 plaintiff eeeke divorce end ctmtndy give :
shall this Orderin I
Telegraph and of child Bradford I 1:1
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Williams next tour weekly. Imiuea.Vltnena Telegraph aupport elinll puhllKh thinOrrter
Automobile And Truck Owners. County
hand nnd nfflotnla
\ my ..klv leeuen.Wltnena .
In four we
of Cross City visited here Sunday : I next specialattention
a at Stark. Florida this Sptem.i bend and official .aim!
with Mrs. W. B. Alexander. ber IMh, 1047' at Clarke my Florida, thla let day ofOctober ,'I
BRINLEY PLOWS and repair A a Clerk of elliS Court. I ( SEA!.) A. J Thom I ,
you familiar with the new Kv Lucille C. Conner D C. I Aa Cleik' of said Court. i I I
parts now available at ParnMIoma River. and Anileraon, Oreen CoreHprlnvff. Lucille. C. Conner D C. I
which goes Into effect October & Auto Supply.H. FlaAttya. John .Henileraon. Keq Ht. AuifUstine. ( to the sick
for Pit. 9-U 4t 10-10 R. I
1947, in respect to the owner- 1013 4t .114
and operation of cars andks C. Wall spent several days iv nitrriT C'OI'R'r. niiAnponnCOI for mid afflictedWe

? The FINANCIAL RE- this week in Tallahassee on busi ('.:KY.N I-V FLOIIIUAl l\ "AN-I I.. clacVl'rOVU'I', III'.'I>KOIII>

Maurice. O. Fontaine, Plaintiff, ".. t-OHNTY' FI.OR.D.'I1: ('IIAIII : -
(NSIBILITY LAW. enacted at Jacqueline Fontaine Defend ant. VIChY

last session of the state lepis- 1 ness.Mr.. and Mrs. R. J. Davis were Caia ORDER No. 5959.OP PUBLICATION I I Sylvia Arnold Caeaon A. Cnmon Defendant., Plaintiff Ca. No.".. try to offer many Items to alleviate suffering :

re. This law is MOST IM- In Gainesville Saturday where they i STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR tot Mra. 8000.OIUI... I' OF Pl-MLldATION AND: to make you more comfortable, when confined to bed. ,I

TANT to all operators of mo- enjoyed a short visit with their acquellne Fontaine whoaa residenceand noTICE TO APPIC"R

vehicles and should have your early attention. We daughter Miss Marjorie Davis adtlrea Frano 11* Combree, Main at Mrn.STATIc Sylvia Ca OF>eon, KI.OHIHA wh., residence tel We carry in stock many items for the sick room I II

I be glad to show you a copy of the law and if you who came from FSU last weekendto Loire You are required on and adilrean In: 92 Bll.lns Hoad, *
hat :
attend the football game. October 17. 1A47 In named Coventrll. England: Bed Pans I
with insurance
:t to protect your Interests liability Court and cause, wh*.reln plaintiff You are required to appear on .
having been In operation over 50 years, seeks dlvo,,,.. Bradford County October list t 1947. In the above '* Enameled Urinals r--
Agency .
BRINLEY PLOWS and repair Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn named Court and ". .. wherein

[Dipped to take care of your needs. part now available at Farm.Home next four weekly lesite plalntlf? seeks divorce Brndfnrd ':: :','
hall publish this ,
Telegraph *
Witness my hand and official County Invalid Cushions
& Auto Supply. peal at Starke, Florida this September Order In next four weekly. luflueii.Wltneea .d I I l
my hand and official seal i' I
It, U47.OFJo'ICIAI. 4
re( I Will Appreciate Your Consideration at Clarke, Florida, this BOth day ofi4ep.nher Catheters
Mrs. W. E. Micldleton wag calledto ( SBAL) A. 3. Thomas. .,'f*, II 'I
A.. Clerk of said. Court.By 1947. '
Waycrosa Ga. last weekend because Lurllle' C. I'onner, 1. O.T. (OFFICIAL BKAL A.. J, Thomas Throat Ice Bags ':: ** I ''I

of the death of her uncle Frank T.until-uin, Stnrke, FloridaAtty. I Aa r'lork of unld Court.. ,
I) r.T.
for Plf. II-III 4t 10-10 By Lucille C. Conner
H. C. WALL AGENCYPlease John Dowllng. Frank I.H nil rum, Stai k.., Flurlilii, Fountain Syringes ;
IN .fiitrrrr. lOt ,,'r. iiiFoiin Attyi. for Plf. 103| 4t 10124IN '
Ladies', Coats and Suits ( .>I >TY Fl.UIIIIItt IN t:ll.t.I -- Hot Water JJtttles' [
CKHY.Olorlit riiirtir coi'HT.lrt nit UIFOlIlJ
Please I Starke $16.95 to $22.50. STUMP'S Jonn nnuawell Plnlntlff. v*. I > .......nl.> St INI tillS. :
SERVICE Donald Wayne CJuumvell. Defendant. C.1:111'Agnes Electric Heating Pads t
YEARS I Fla. Mrs. Garfield Evans of Holguin Case N<>. 11I15.OIUER I I Orlfflu Donnelly, Plaintiff '
hone 146 .. OVER 50 op( PtTnLI(*ATTOV ,1 VH. II..rb.I..nl.r Konnelly, Defendimt. ;' ; l' r
...asrtrtJrtttStrr-s ) Orlente Cuba was a guest Thursday AND NOTICE 1'() API'I'"n Case No. (10 11lOIUII.lt Breast Pumps .
of last week of Rev.
night Wayne: Bauawell, whose residence I I NOTICK "'0 APPBAItIHTATM I Crutches and Tips '/\: ;
and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell. Ac. la unknown. ti II' KI.OIIIItA t .!
her Mrs. Gilbert You arc required to appear on Herbert Lanler Donnelly, whose re..
companying was October 20 11147 In the above named :, Idenre la IU8 D. street N. Jo}., Waeh- Elastic Trusses : : I ,I
A. jsvan* of Miami. Court'ami cauiia, wherein plaintiff i Inrtom Do, C.t- '
LAS SIFIE D seeks divorce and reatoratlan > You are required to appear on Leather-covered Sprlag Trusses 'I'I'I
Mrs. Lone Quails spent a few of maiden name Bradford County November lcd lOll In the aboveI : r

days vacationing this past weekat I'M 'IA't''r COURT. nn'i>Fonn 'I I mimed plaintiff. Court wevkH and divorce caue, Bradford wherein Abdominal Belts with Sacro Illlac Pads :
OUR CAR 'We hava a new FOR SALE (tOt NTV. VI.OItlUAl IN: tllANCBHY. -
1 her home in Bronson with her County, Telegraph shall pithllnh this I
CO auto radial Immedlat.llitlon. ...
weekly l I..u.
In four
next I
Aa low .. $42.50. 'OMB NEW 8-BBDROOM realdence parents. Womiie Fnve Patrick Plaintiff I vs.William Witness mv hand and official seal! Athletic Supporters I
HERD RADIO SERVICE juat completed. llovt Patrick, Dsfendant.Case .I thin 2nd day' of
Hiarke, Florida
nt ,
at Madison atr.tta, Starke.I; I 12 LUMBERs 140-170 1x8 Wlndowa, 1x8. tit.complete IxS. ax; BRINLEY PLOWS and repair ORDER No. fi9*OF 4." PURLrfATION October, 1947.OFFICIAL SuHpensorics '. ,. !I :

pluRiblnoFitting{ .; u in. Ply Wood; parts now available at Farm.Homeft Ai's NOTICE TO APl'KAR ( HI1AI.' ) A. J Thomas :
Flooring; Book Shelve. STATE OF* FLORIDA to: WIIII.mHoyt Aa. Clerk of said Court. Bandages .r' ,, f
Ivor:R FARM. CITY Pine FI:.IIII. LIMMi White Cement : ; Auto Supply. Patrick. $ whose> residence la: I By Lucille P. (.onn..... D, C.Ench Elastic .. .!II .!'I't.,.........
>ESS PROPERTY ..ANDI I Olase. Block. Sand. I Lawrencevllle Georgia. If DoiiKlan, Oatnenvllle Fin '':''IoV' : I
ALSO Concrete Plpel ConcreteBLokS Mrs. Mae Edwards. Miss Elaine | You are required to appear on AIt,,,. for Plf. lOll| 4t 10424I'4
I II all .1...; pIpe. step atonea. Edwards and James Cannon visited October 87 1917 In the above named I And many other Items for the sick and afflicted : ( \

I houee piers, JP: Cement; ; Rock Court and cane>, wherein plaintiff rinrviTonir.. nnAnronn I
I Mortar Mix.;. Window; Paintoct Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Edwards seeks divorce. Bradford County OI'WTY. KI.OIIIIHI IN ('IIAN.KHY :' .
SELLS RRAJ.ESTATB and Block, Paint; Concrete Flour In Beach Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn ('
STROUT complete; Dump Truok HaiillnaT. Daytona Sunday.Dr. I next four weekly ltiea. I Clara T*. Miller, Plaintiff v.... .Tamea Let fit with a good truss :
I RrtatMt One HkU-Saw. new Wltnea mv hnrid, and official. seal. Miller Defendant. CHUB. No. us you I
edveptImv of eo nI 1
I try ....pa...,.. H.. ..'. .vaw I LOTS roll SALE 1290 up. ICP and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and at Ptnrke, Florida this !September! 1'1' SATISFACTION GUARANTEED .: :'
..lr< .( ........_rarmnDarvra down 120 mo. In city limit son Cliffs and Miss Gloria Johns: 23. 1947.OFFICIAL. lIEu. OF PIll lIt'TION AND
.. ( E"45lt4t. coraAcrIcaBittliFOltU ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, AI'l-UAIl
frrnn all over t. ifJlOISEEItlNIi ( O. of Jacksonville were guests Sat.: Alt Clerk "t.Ia Court. NOTItFI 10
I Frt> "."ae. T ATM 4> F PIOIIII\ ai ; :
open J. Maurice Edwards Pbnue 4 urday and Sunday of Mr. and By Lucille o r.mner, n f. I". ... T. Miller, whose rcnidence In: .
TROUT REALTY AGENCY 1C. O. Rrown. Bturke. FlnrlditAtty. Kim :
Miller' H
pin Hnhert Street KOCH DRUG STORE
FOR SAI.K- -room house (furnlh- Mrs. T. J. Griffin. 1 for I'lf,_ .... 41 10.17 Ureonvllln, South "'8roll nil,
presented Locally ByIIOLLINGSVVOUin ed) and 5 acree of land. Home Toll reitilretl, to appear onNovember
IN rlnrt'IT COTHT. nntnroiin |
C. wired Variety chicken fruit yard trees. flow.crc. 24 BRINLEY PLOWS and repair I TOI MTT. PI, )HII>A| IN: ('1I...N.KIIY. I 3rd 1947 In the abovenamed eeerflrrsrsssr I
barn fl flrrsssrr trt ssrrs
118 So. Walnut St.F.SKES .. SW Lawtey on road. Write part now available at FarmII..me, < Court and cause, wherein sspsssrss I II If

Robe O'N..II. 2151 NW !0lh Street & Auto Supply.! I Fiirnl M Mrurry, Plaintiff. vs.,
MIami. Fla. $3000. Contact Josh Kuirenla formlrk( Scurry, Defendant f "

1. furniture of all upliolatarad kind rano-and Crawford premlee .Luwtey: to 41p Inspect 10-0 Mrs. Lillian Chapman of Atlanta flnntIt. ruse: Nn 15'. (All.AVr PIYflLTrATIOM. .... ............

i in.d, Drop in a card. Ga.. spent the weekend here withMiss > NOT'ffiJ TO APPF1ARSTATK OCT. 10TH r f
ITIVja MATTRESS!: : CO.. Jo* NOTICE-I now have a portable. fP FlORIDA to: BilicenliiMoCarmlrk
[ Pulaika.) Fla.. tf feed mill and molaaaen. mixer.. Will Joyce Newsome. I Hcurry whose reiildence
be able to tfo any place to a-rlml la: 'nknown. 'SALE TIIRU
LT s. p. ROWELL, Spirit. your feed.-Karl Cook. 4tp 10-11 Rivers Buford. Jr., a student at. You are required to appear onOctober 0 ,
24. 1947 In the above named
ft. Medium and Heal.f St.teCOunty the University of Florida. was the OCT. 17TH
11".n..It. I tell you INSURANCE: writ. all line: Court and cause wherein plaintiff f
l.uihar Clark plar* > ml. N.lark. fire, automobile liability, and guest of his sinter, Mrs. It. P. I IStubblnJl. eeeke dlvnrr Bradford CountvTelegraph Ld .
on Rd. 300. Look for lit.. dee me for your Insurance, ; hall publish this OrderIn I
Tuesday. four weekly lnue
need N. D. Walnwrla-ht Jr.. 12' next
tf W. Call St., Phone 154. 11 Witness mv land and official Meat
BKINLEY PLOWS and repair at Hiat-ke, .'Ie>r..I.. thla September
RD-Cattle. marked crop one COMB IN and have your body and 23. 1947. HE SURE TO BUY NOW AND HAVE! SAVE! SAVE! SAVE !

narp the other .'U HandedtrkO'Up fender work don. at Touulln'lt parts now availably at Farni.llotne HiFKIOIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomaa
Cattle marked awal- Oarnxe (Rabeck'a, old bottling & Auto Supply. I IIlOO'ER A. Clerk of ....,d Court.fly .
and underblt. one plant II. late of Brook Motor and II I Lucille. C Conner. D. C. 2 I'c. Beautiful Tapestry Living Room
upper .urf ce. under xiuare Claude Nolan'a Jacksonville. He- T. Frank T.andrum !Starke! FlaAtty. Valued At
her ear. Braraed Mo. li per liable work guaranteed atp-IOtn sale* and service. The' for Plf. '-U 41 14M7IN Suit I
Inncletl 'Int.> rny truck IT only outlet for genuine<< part i ..
'. Parnm, Fla.| Phone Spurlin.Qreen Cove FOR arm-rocklnir SALE chair In good condition. Phone 120. SMITH'S: GARAGE. tf .....OKIPAI1: VISAS.C : 1 Coffee Table In Walnut With Glass .

'es' 8138. 8t 10-10 Also! l large oil pace heater 11:,,,'. $224.00 :
and :email: : erosene heater.. Bradford Eva n. McElrlde PlaintIff ... 7 Top .
the County
Come to
\LP.-on. 6-room home un- Call Bed Cross. 74-W. It 10410P Joseph FrA ncl. .1" rld., Defendant,
.hod. one 4-roora house. fur- Telegraph for your office\ Sup Case No. 1911.ORDfJK 2 End Tables To Match
immediate In. ALL FOR.
possession. plies." Rubber bands, pencils, carbon ,
Center 8t. Starke.
Itp 11128 paper. legal forms. etc. W. STATE: Of FlORIDA to Joseph. 1 Platform Rocker 4 : .
Francis McBride, nrhoive residence 05
RIII"& S.year-oM fieldS Jacksonville Illuay nave a large supply.iv and Brooklyn.address New!I.York.: 811 park Place I 7-Way Floor Lamp With Silk Shade ,

verhloomlnaplanta; ov.r
'hole Varieties writ. for Ladles'Bed CIRCLIT roiHT. snenrounCot5TY. You are required to appear on 158
catnlon with ; In color. ft White ParseContaining PLORIUtl II lll.VM-: October 14 147. In the above named
reed .....
Rose Court and wherein plaintiffeeeka .
Nurseries P. 0. SoS AUceYCleo Plaintiff IMKCEC:: .
Gardner divorce Bradford
Tyler. T.".... 4t 10411FOR Perry ; ,
: :
And I Jaroe Furman Gardner. Defend Telegraph ahall publish this cou..t"j -
SALE-9 acres.. well Peiewnal Papers ant CseS N... 5005 In next four weekly leauee.. THAT COMPLETE YOUR LIVING ROOM . II
.d and mostly .11 fenced. MyFln.l ORDER 0" I'5HLIC.4'1IO Axis Witness my hand and official aeal I ,
tel XOTICH TO 4FPK4.K at Htarke, Florida, this September
<. Je5 cnttaa-ea and.. other bull-. And TAT OF ri.OHIU ,.. 1$. 1547.tOPP'iCIAL. LINE OFNATIONALLY
Itarll.: Reduced prlcas r Keep WE HAVE A COMPLETE
u. I James Furman Gardner whose rea- BAD) A. J. Thomas,
C. _. Write to owner 0 I Notify 3. .:. Workman.Jr Idenc la unkn..n'You Aa Clerk of aald' Court. .
,die, Fla Wynn. P" O. BoS a8i are required to appear on By Lucille I C. Conner, D. C. '
4t 10 1571 Nassau St. .*.1. In the above T Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. >
l November Srd,
RF.STNI..I_..! ctrlcally equipped. J cot-('-I GalDftIVIlJ" Fin.I named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce cause Bradfordrounty wherein Atty. for Plf. ___ -28 4t 10-J7 Sealy I & SertaINNERSPRING f\'ERTIIIED! i J

furnished Telea-raph shall publish thla IN rIR"ITOI'RT.. HR"' ''nroRiiCOl'NTY.
: L"1."t(>v... and hot water. .
lieueeWltnee .
weekly FLOailtAI IN CMAN.
I apartment Order In next four I
Hmlth. 8t..rk.. ItO REoIT8.v.r.1
FOR jest .
famlllee. mv hand and official 4 PaY.Mildred: I
rnn-lF.R: ..I f. 1, 4 room..Comfortably to quiet furncv at rld" this tat day ofGrtriher. Lynn Hellen. Plaintiff v.. MATTRESSES
OROC'ERYfet. drinker 'fg-::
I no Robert Fleming llellen. Defendant.
)r heaters. Mrs.I
Will .
trade farm or Rest oU space 'C
for .
ih .
A. J Thnmaa Case No ((1991ORDER
? i road sr.AD
store first (
and t.k.
located Church C. C. W.nn. Clerk. of eaM. CourtBv -. or PUBLICATIONAND I
th. I E. Call Aa
gee writ owner, of first bridge I
nr i .t left house r.n<-lll. C. Conner, t>. C. NOTH-K TO APPEAlS
"_ COt. to, 407. Starke. I st One. mile out. Large at l0'24I John J. If.nder on, E..i., St. AuauardW flTATB! OP rU">.RIDA to: Robert
ftp inilT I I amd I..n.. tin.. "' .> Fleming' llellen. whose residence lei A TEN YEAR GUARANTEE
U-B bungalow. on Att).. ; 10''. tli 11):14: H.".II. 1. smithfield .Penneylvanla.
U White Rock pull,7 '-I >n SAL.-Mod..n Mra You are required. to appear on
) "- ohl. 1a.ylnaaoon.. Will'I Church Btprce IJSOO. See lip ciriri rornT. "ii ,DroBiroivrv. October S7. 1947 In the above named -
I'\ mi.for 1t.711 east of each Htarfce If takeS on:I E. Haley.. 410 Center FLOHinti in (11.- Court and o'h" ,wherein plain.tiff : We Have Betty Crocker Electric Automatic Irons
II ft. eeeke County
Bliindlnr hla-hwar at first 1 I FOR 8AI.B One Frla-ldalr Hampton MuaTnHc; !,* Rryaon Plaintiff ... Kara Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
_fcrld ;.. J. R 1.Iurphy.ltP ,I hO". ISO.-C. E. Adklna. liP Walker Eryaon, defendant Case next four weekly .leave.
Fl. Wltneee rnr hand and official seal Also Blankets Heaters LinoleumsIT'S
f .:-T_Apmrt.n.nt with :3 :I WANTED-OlrlnH-l'. No. ORDER' prTtfr-ATTOV. at "..,.... Florid, this September :
private bath Electricr CAI'IIIJERR l ; ,
TO APPEAR 33. 47.
prof.r..d.Exp.rl.n. AND NOTICB
,, I e I
;fr": lin.ri.prln b..,. ,i high school raduatee, flood STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sara' COFFECIAL BRAD A; 3. Thomas.A. .. ''I
..F.dwnrl" 141 N. Cherry I ... not n..ry.with ?. APP Walker Bryenn. .ho.e realdenea la: J1E I salary. Vacation ('sit :t. ItI 1 Dawklna. Orel Union.; Son In By Lucille C. Conner. D C.
155 W. .. !.... "
Lov.U s. Z.rh II. (Joulrl. Oa .11I., FlaAity.
r:>l "Kirn: 'va .. fall line.I *You"ara for Plf. ...4 14-17
11. Inro.""' ye.I required' to appear anOvtaker 4t
j.7J ntm-. bin* lupine and FOR IIIAL.-R4..1: .0DdltiOD. 7$. Aboo J*. 1541. l* lb. above aa- tm cmn>rr CotT... stMturoaioCOIKTT.
received car Nitrate I .,.tor A.l oc D.IeG hg I plsI. Coort wkerel.plai- : pi.IoasMarthaoies. M CalAJi. JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO. .
r- Ale0 earrr ..elO-1 .4I plaYS =. *eek* :1-Pradfor .essy '
ert1U_ H. "aO"'l, .- 1., tI.jbi.' .n aa' flr.t house Telegraph hall publish tbla Order Plalfitlff., ".. Luther
51 .
; ,; Butler. !
ft UP lel17rOR In next four weekly leeoee.Wlti.ee BoI... Defendant.. C._ No U71. : ;. f fL
.1 I b\r\ Long B..ldlr' inr hand and official eat ORDER 4>r PtrrnjCATrOW PHONE 151 STARKET. FLA.OCTOBER
RF.vT-Unf..r..l.h.: .. hove* .. hupSalow and at Starka. Florida, this September'oVricui. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I .
oJi "*, 4 roma, ..on".I..1. I BALE-C.r. Write P0. STATE OF FLORIDA tot thither l
.r mo. See Mra. B. I2aI,.. 41.'I Bog both$3"D Sluk.aa .ere. Jot. SIP lti11 :l> .I : tAL) A. .. no...... Bolea, whoa* ro..Mcse and addreas' L

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. from Lawtey to Tallahassee last =3
Three Good Films at the Florida Theatre. Based on week. Mr. Jones was agent for Beware
the successful stage play of the BrookerBy GrahamBy the Seaboard railroad here for a Cog
Booked At Florida It Is suspense-laden HamptonBy
same name a number of years before his retirement from
Next Week"The story of the terrifying effects of Mr*. M. C. Sweeney Mrs. T. W. Markey Mr*. John McKinney last August. Common colds,]

one man's love for two women. .i ., e Mr. and :Mrs James Browningof That
Two Mrs. Carrolls", exciting Gene Tierney Rex Harrison and i of Sampson Bonifay moved to Lawtey last Hang
Sander the
George are
new mystery melodrama i I his brother here Saturday and are occupying the -
4-1- was visiting goes *
top-flight stare currently seen In, FOR MARY ANNE WHITE The Brooker Junior Hdgh City cause It right
house vacated the Jones to the
starring Humphrey Bogart, Bar "The Ghost and Mr*. Muir", adapted -: Friends of Mr and Mrs. Bruce, Club has the honor of being the Saturday night. by family.We trouble to help loosen _\11I
bara Stanwyck and Alexis Smith, from R. A. Dlck'a celebrated White of Jacksonville were deeply first 4-H Club for girls organizedIn Mrs. Maud Graves was a guest welcome these people to our germ to soothe laden phlegm,IIld aid aDd 111
will be shown Sunday and Monday best seller. Showing next Tuesday grieved to learn of the death of Bradford County this year un- Friday) of her son and daughter town. named and heal raw
and Wednesday at the Florida, their little four-year-old daughter, der the direction of Miss Madge In-law. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graves, Rev. O. V. Lee, pastor of the branes.T.TyoTdr& In'l

this film concerns Captain Gregg, Mary Anne, early last Sunday Whtgham, County Homo Demonstration of Sampson City. Baptist 'Church, is beginning his a bottle of Creomulslon WIth to!8l

a lusty sea captain who has been morning In a Jacksonville hospital. Agent.A Mr. and Mrs. Frank HInes and second year here. He reported the quickly derstandlnlJ allays yOU the must like Ill.
Jealously haunting a lonely old She had often visited her ma- Junior High 4-H Club for children of Mlcanopy were guests best attendance at the Sunday to have your moneyS cough or htl
ternal grandparents, Mr. and Mr. formed Oct Sunday. School and Training Union last
house for many years, chasing girls was on Friday of Mrs. Perry Starling
prospective tenants away. Then a Leslie Brown, here. 3, at the Brooker school with an Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney Sunday that they have had since
RED f beautiful but stubborn young wid- Foneralservlces were held Tuesday enrollment of 26 girls casting a were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack he has been pastor; .,Chest Colds,IlOIIdi

ow comes along, falls In love with afternoon In the Hampton ballot for election of officers. Wynn Sundayy.
the house, and ghost or no ghost,' Baptist Church. Besides her par, Helen Barry was elected president,
decides to stick It out. The ensuing i ants and little brother, Joseph with Margie Croeby vice president . . .

HOWDY FOLKS: complications provide a surprise Bruce, Anne 1 Is survived by many: and Betty Jo Crosby secretary. B. Alvarez & So
A hose sleeps In a strawlaidstall climax that make this one of the other relatives. Sincere sympathyof An explanation of the program LawteyBy :
most enthralling hits of the film the community Is extended to made by Miss Whigham and the
them. East Coast District Home Demon L H. Flitch
The chickens perch on props;
But a gol-durncil.. cow'''. 110 i year.A taunt but thrilling story of NELL WILLIAMS HONORED loway stration, was Agent followed, Miss by Ethyl a general Hol-! . . Transfer & Storage Co

oneryShe a love that was touched with eo- Little Sarah Nell Williams, 5- discussion and questions from the YOUNG PEOPLE MEET

don't care where sheflopel! stacy, cursed by vlolance, marked -I year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. group. Plans were discussed for The Garfield Evans Sub District Phone 9105<>

see for destruction, is) seen in "Moss Frank Williams, was entertainedon the year's activities. The next of the Youth Fellowship of the Moving and

Rose", coming to the Florida her birthday anniversary Tuesday meeting will be held on Oct. IT,' Methodist Church met here Mon- Stprag t .
Daughter What doc close Thursday and Friday, Oct. 16, 17. of last week with children's at which time work on clothing day evening. Fifty-one young people .. We Operate Local and Long ft

i quarters mean, maT Starring Peggy Cummins, Victor party at the home of her parents. activities will be started. were present, representingStarke tance Anywhere In The State
Mother.it's) a definition of Mature, and Ethel Barrymore, the Decorated birthday cake and ice Waldo, Melrose, and Law- Florida. i 0
me trying to get 25 cents from story revolves around a chorus cream were served the youthful Mr. and Mrs. Royce Gainey and tey: churches. The business meetIng -

your father.Then .M girl who has her heart set on guests who Included: Dudly, Dolores Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mintz of Jack- :I was followed by a short recreational Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke City
crashing the "upper crust", and a and Dorothy Hardy, J. C. sonville spent the weekend with program, after which the Limit
there's the teacher of the moody young nobleman whose and Sandra Warren, Brenda Sue L. R. Galney. Lawtey young people, assisted by;
zoology class. who asked, "Now craving for romantic excitement Hlnaon. Sue Chastaln. WaYne Hln- Miss Lubedia Plnholater was In Mrs. L. H. Futch and Mrs. O. W

Tommy, name a" dangerous anl- sends him looking far from his son, Barbara Jean Matchett, W. Starke last Friday afternoon. Roberts, served refreshments. The
mal with hoi tin. own class of people. It developsInto A. and Shirley Godwin, Glenda Mrs. E. W. Hodge Mrs. E. J. program was closed with a candlelight -

", Tommy) An automobile. an absorbing story of mur- Vlnlng, Howell Williams Lamar Lewis, Mrs. T. W. Markey, Mr service directed by Billy *
& 'I. see der and violence. Brown, Spencer May and Richard and Mrs. Gilbert Gay Mrs. Joe Smith, president of the Sub District -
But we don't agree with Tommy Johns. The next meeting will :
. Parrish and Russell Green attended : group. :
: on that one became when ". ",. the funeral of Mrs. Paul Ren- be held in Waldo in November.p .
f a we get through gassing, oiling REAL ESTATE PLAYTIME PARTY froe at Elzey Chapel near Worth- 4 a 1nF
I' and lubricating your car, It Jay and Bill Alderman enter. T. A. TO MEET : ,
' run smoother, and driving' Lint your property for sale talned several friends last Sat Ington Springs Sunday : The Lawtey PTA will meet next
I a whole lot easier. Our super- with me. I have cold many urday night. Parlor games were Mrs. Eva Clemons and daugh-I Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock In
ter Evon and Mrs. Earl Green
service Is available anytime. pieces) of property and have enjoyed, and then marshmallowswere the school auditorium. All patron
many prospective buyer A toasted. Ice cream, punch were shopping in Gainesville last I and friends of the school are urg-
I GULF OIL PRODUCTS square deal Is guaranteed. 4 and homemade cookies were serv- Thursday. ed to attend. Plans for the Hal-
t,it. Washing Polishing fair commission Is all that I re- ed by their mother, Mrs. T. J. Lesley Green. spent Sunday In :lowe'en Carnival will be made at PREMIUM QUALITYATLANTIC
Greasing quire. A* a number'! of the Alderman High Springs.Mrs.
, *ZJ Bill Plummer and childrenof time.
Board be
: Realty you may Mrs. Alderman recently enter-
" ,l Temple & Lake assured that 1 will representyou tained the ladles of the Baptist Starke spent Sunday with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick were

: Service Station to the bent of my ability.N. Church at her Iiome,-where a Dayof Lillle Cone. business visitors to Gainesville
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green spent last Friday.Mr. .
D. W.UNWniGHT JR. Prayer program was given.J.
Phone 179
in Gainesville.P. .
, RealtorI- Phone 194 ] Saturday and Mrs. M. B. Jones moved
.;!.j W. Horne has recently returned T. A. MEETINGThe
;J'l''!' from a vacation trip to regular monthly P. T. A.
St. George and Reeveavillo, S. C. meeting was held at the school

Phone 52-J where he visited relatives. last Thursday night. During the THE PICTURE YOU EEIr

8,8}' O) .DEF SERVICE Mrs. J. E. Ousley of Perrine, business session plans for the an- DIDN'T TAKE TODAY ,

ifA wm rokiow yes .toss 1\lrs.llartmann Mr. and Mrs. James Moore of nual Hallowe'en Carnival were CAN NEVER BE TAKEN
I Valdosta, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. discussed. Refreshments were TOMORROWNOW

H. D. May of Venice were visiting served during the social period.Mr. I* the time to getMOVIES -r: AT POPULAR PRICE
and Mrs.
relatives here last week. Theyattended Earney Johnsonof
' ; Plate Lunches Regular Dinners ; of those growing
the funeral services of Lake Butler were weekend
You don't have to
>l Short OrdersSandwiches Miss Ida Hagan at Theressa last guests of the latter's father, Blrt Youngsters. 4UtJ4\i
buy expensive Camerae or Projectors \
Thursday.Mr. Stokes. '1
to make movie of
Soft Drinks 1 and Mrs Gordon Weest,of Roy J, Howard Fireman 2-c, your
own. We will rent them to you
rl rlI I Miami have been recent guests of U. S. Navy, returned Thursday to
for a small fee and
very your
Mr. and Mrs. T. Brown. his ship, the destroyer, Dyess at
F,. } only Investment Is..the. film.
QUICK 8KKVICH I'Newport, R. I., after spending a I
I ; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Hall and Como In today fOrt further
CLEAN ATMOSrilERll pleasant leave here with his per- '' '
zj daughters, Shirley and WIlma informationHollywood
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard.
Ruth, of Ocala spent last week
Rev. G. E. McGauley of Palatka Camera
here with relatives and friends.J. .
A&A spent one day last week with Mr.
LUNCHEONETTE H. Mattix of Cltra was guest and Mrs. Roy Green. and Gift ShopCall t
r NEXT DOOR TO PARK THEATRE speaker at the Baptist Church $ _; tt he %W xd
' Miss Marie Edwards of Jacksonville St. at R. R. Starke sx
here last Sunday morning and aaf.
Bobby Odom Dub Rhoden -
spent the weekend with ''
evening. While In Hampton he
relatives here.
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.

K. B. Watterson. t ,
Mr. and Mrs George WIlliams
Let Us Install You A MODERN UATIIROOM and son Howell, and Mrs. H. B. FLY "
Wiggins were visitors to Jackson to BUSMI- *''*'*

Or Remodel and Modernize Your Present One villa last week. They were accom- -
panied home Mr. and Mrs L.
by F

A. Wiggins and daughter who On The G. I. BILL of RIGHTSWe

ONE TO TIIREE YEARSTO spent Sunday with them. j ti.et' .
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Till man and 'c kt t .
family moved last week to the > '
PAY. NO DOWN Pine Level section. Rik' t Tby

Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain are now Approved for the following '- a /b.'
PAYMENT g entertained Mrs. Chastaln's broth- courses: "1 t

er-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Basic Ground Primary and Ad- vs

CALL 144 OR SEE US AT 335 TEMPLE VENUE Leroy Sunday.Norman and little daughterlast vanced Flying Also Private Commercial --.........: + '
and Flight I Instructor __ 'v.

Shull Plumbing & Heating Brookins Recent were guests Mr.of, and the Mrs.Orville J. Courses. Approval No. 5650. _':"'::::-_ ri .

D. Snell and daughter, Margaret t.4e

Elaine, of Montgomery, Ala? Mrs. Class Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs. '
STARKE, FLA. W. T. Brookins, and Mrs. Hazel
Given and son Philip of Head- Nights 7:30 P. M. '
,. land, Ala. p

'" .. eo "'" H ...,_.--., .., .... Jacksonville Mr and Mrs. William Carver of CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICEPHONE
were guests Sundayof
t I Ily Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux. 147 OR 32 >

Youth for Christ meeting 'are
held each Saturday night at the CONWAY AIRPARKOUR

Christian Church with Fred S. .'
Dodd In charge of services and e .

W. I>. Durden as song leader. All

aSi young people of the community
s w are cordially invited to attend.

Friends of Levi Rhoden regretto _
hear that he Is seriously ill

with pneumonia and wish him a .

r '.r t 1 speedy. recovery.

to get the bestfdrsrcleaningi, COLDSLIQUID Cold Storage & Curing Plant

' t.K t.

j Got tplot Mcwid MEDICINE Mlwf d Cud. MiMdtt IS BETTER Mk eared Will Be Open October 15We A

ku,Ml wiling liqwd Cold PnpwaM*M ri*U.s. }
6 The price you pay for goodclothes LIQUID ( r'A '
666 COLD IaIPAaM1OMcmr r
Khould be consideredwhen ..".....__.. rn
l you're. hating them Will Offer You The ,, Y

cleaned. You'll be dollar Protect Same irTFGPPa& t e rlc '
Your Upholstery I Reliable Serr..iceThis ./
'qp ahead If you consistently With Good Durable ,, .. r,
entrant them to our expert Season As We Have w3 rv

cleaning method Send your SEAT COVERS In The PastY
cleaning. problems to Oil t 1
r today.1'IiONE !, y' Yy1 I'' l

TAILORED TO We Will Have Two Cures For Your Meat




ROBT. fl11J.'z.td 315 Your Taste -

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Pine Level Baptist I I Eight ConfirmedBy v. }rbrrt Iwtnler Donnelly. r>i>. IN riHcirr<< rni nr, 1111. ti>roiu) (flondor pefsndant. Case No. 1189.
I fonrtRnt. en.e No. (10UI Ot'NTV.' FI.ORII)51 !* ( IIAVJacqueline 4)IliICII.OP IM'IIMC.VflOMINOTICM ATSD
>III.KU: u. IM'....!( \TION AMI ('.111 r ''U ",'rM.""
deWsta Rev. R. O. Woodworth of Jack- Bishop JuhanAt Clay Hill NOTK'H, TO .."1'1'.'UL Friedman HollnmUr, ..""ATI] UK ri.OHIIH let
"TATH u' .u..n' tolHerbert
Plaintiff V. Murnhiill Jev .
Hollander .
iajgh; residence
sonville will fill the: pulpit at the St. Mark's SundayLast Lura Burgess Mohr Uinlvr noniiellv. whose Well.llonce Defendant ('".... No. B007.OIIUKII Is Jennet unknown Qondor: whose
I Ky In 18SH I). "Street' N. K.. WanhInirton. '
Pine Level Baptist Church next Ponca. Nobr.Wherein D. C.: OK. l>"l'HI.H-tTIHM AnN Vim are required. to appear. on J
: >TII H 01 11''F.tlt November 3r t North Sunday morning and evening In Sunday morning at St.Mark's You are rmiulrcrt, to appear onN.Yen111rr STATE OK KIOHIIl ..0'1I'.r..hall named Court and oHiiHe. wherein
C e e e e Kid\ 147. In tho ahnv.n..no Jay .
HoU..nl..r. whose taut .
Episcopal Church, eight plaintiff sucks dlvoroa Bradford
the absence of the pastor Rev. W. ,
Court and whereinnlalntitt
Meet cause known residence and' address, ,In ,
shall thin
To Telegraph publish
Eytsry E. Hall, who( U attending: a BIble, persons were confirmed by Bishop I welcome Hllh delightthe l nook. dlvoroo UrmlfortlI'nunly 5000 Cornell Avenue, (.'hlaiiBu, Illinois Or.I". next four weekly I lesues.Wltneea .
Tuesday Conference of Fundamental Bap- Frank A. Juhan, Bishop of the cool October/ and, I tak.a In T"I..ral.h n.Kt four shall weekly publish ISSUKHWitncm thisOrdnr :! my hand and offlolnl seal.
Next niiuHCt. You lire rpqntrcil to nppenr' on at Mtarko. Florida. this. 30th day of
Diocese. walk toward evening In the .
i tist Ministers In Detroit. Mich. Bishop Juhan also delivered Htarke, mr hand and o'fI.I",1At November SrJ, UHf .In the above September 1047.OFFICIAL .
Florida tliU 2ml day of
01r North Presbytery! and All! members and friends of the the morning sermon. October marches thru October 1941. named Court and cuunn. wherein ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasA
jauntily .
plaintiff neek
a divorce
and no I
it ial [lilt l meet In the First church are cordially invited to Those receiving Confirmationwere wooded land and field. ( .. A. J TAsC.k .. "" other. relief. Hraitford. County turllle Clerk of Paid Court D. .
.. By
5! eBn, Church of Starke on hear thin guest speaker : Dr. John Murray, Ralford; Wearing aa her heraldy a gold 1'11,111.. C.of Conner.Id Court.H C. Telegraph In next four shall weekly publlnh: Issues.Vltne thin. Order J. R. Harrison, C'Innr'"h: 'nf, t

14. Miss Audrey Carlisle, James E. Zach H. tXuiKlai, UalncsvllU' Fin" Hiilldlnr, Jacksonville, Florida.Attys. .
.M October and scarlet shield. Atty. for flf. 1013 4t 10134 \ s mv band and official seal for Pit. 103| 41THIS 101a.
A ,'jst! session will gather at Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gill, Don- October sings a requiem and ?October..t.B "rkl 1947.OFFICIAL Florida. this lit day o( I

at 9:30: a. m. to hear permanent pastor. Before he came old W. Reddock Miss Peggy Red- spreads an opal'baze, iv riitcriT corHT. DR ,nFcn.nt.o ( 8HAM A. J. Thomas
,rch and tote to Starke Doctor Kaufman was dock and MIN Anette Gunter all Like Incense drifting Heavenward ,'s'rv. 1".0H.n It I" C'II 1'_ As Clerk or UK Id Court. ATE :
dcrator's sermon the pastor of a large Presbyterian of Starke. 4 .enV' By t-upllle C. Conner, n. C. FOR
flarn P Miller, Plaintiff,
.Commun- -Indian. Summer days. va. Jnmes John i. Henderson Kiq, at. Augustine -
] In the Holy church In Philadelphia. He also Following: the morning ceremonies Daisy Kerns T Mlll.r. Defendant. Cns No. Florida. HIS. _OWN WEDDING : I
the Presby- 69AT.waiiKit -
e' this service representative was the Stated Clerk of the Philadelphia .I a seated congregational dinnerwas or pini.ir\Tiov' AN: ) Atty..fo.-PH. loJ, 4t l o|,24 .,. .. .I
-otnponf J l ot \ Presbytery, now the My dog and I took a walk each !OTIfK Tt> AHPNnNT .
the churches of the served by the Ladles Auxiliary .' '..101 .. F" .....o.un' .f eN iv cinrriT" <"ol'n'l'< OIl.n"'lItO ;' ';..>>. .
from ol Florida wUl largest Presbytery In the United of St. Mark's Episcopal evening last week and watchedthe Jamns T. Miller w hon r".l.d..np.l im: <'orNTY. FI.OIUU.1 n.11'ItI.n '-'t ,
I .
x-ctlon States. rio Hol.nrt Miller, 3 Kim Strtirt (lufft T
Church in the Church the tree
adjoining behind
meeting in the Sanc- sun go down Oreenvllli Mouth Carolina: Hooks. riBlntlfr.. v... l.umnn P I ,
t 1d its the Ministers and Elders I The following ministers will Center, which was beautifully dec that top the hill. It brought back Ton are required to anpear on .M,*.15..lle hooks, Defendant. Case No.

to conduct, have part in the Installation service orated with red roses and ager- November Srd 1847 In the ahnvoniimAil ORDER OF PI-niirtTIOM
,el In the Chapel other times and places that I had Court. and cuusi*. wh.*rrln AMINOTllK :
of the Presbytery.I : Rev. William Cady of How. atum. Approximately: peoplewere plaintiff Kfekn. dlvoroo A ruxtody TATM 1 'rl/ "APPEIII i
burst OK
,9inrM watched the sunset with a and control of minor child. PTmlfnrdCounty Kl.Olllllt let 1
Auxlll- present. .
the Ladles t.uman Jamlle Ifnnkn,, whose rnnldenee
o'clock local church will server ey-in-the-Hllls, and Moderator of ing Joy In my heart. There at Order In Telegraph next four nliall weakly publish.IssuesVllniiH this. Is Itouts 4, Slog 332 Bessemer,

the Woman's Club. Presbytery, will preside and pro- Methodist ChurchMr. Lang's I used to sit in a rocker \ my hand and official anal, Alab.m"lNo :
in the at Hturks. Florida, this Roth day. of Toil arc required to' appear an
:i ;
expect about 100 persons. pound the constitutional questions; on the porch and watch the sunset tI..pt..nl, 1947. named, b Court ilrd.and 1947. .In. ,the whereinPlaintiff above .
and Mrs. Gilbert Newcomb, (OFFICIAL BEAU A. J. ThomasAn cause
L o'clock Doctor Merle, H.: Anderson of necks divorce A
evening: at 7:30: Usually!! a mocking bird sang, Clerk of said( Court. care.cuetody -
the Eustis will the assisted by Miss Garnlta Huttr., urllle. C. : and control of minor PHONE 150
will Install preach sermon; H" Conner r> C. eh ill.: Bradford Connly
r-esbytcry I had put in a good day's work ,. ( TeleorraphKhali _
Fleming, Jon "Hoott
John Warren Rev. Howard Dewey Cress wUl T. T. Long and E. L. Matthews, A Both, Par- publish this Order In nat four
Rev .
astor the will sing special selections at the teaching and I felt an satisfied and nett National Flank llld.., Jack weekly Issues.Witness .
He came to the Starke make the prayer; sonville. Florida' STARKE TAXI SERVICE
.n evening service In the First Methodist and I Attys. for Pit. 1013| 4t 10114 my hand and official. seal
calm. Here passed
last November and has Rev. Albert W. Pierce, the former Digger at lit ark.. Florida. this. Ind day of
a moderator of the Starke Church Church Sunday. Mr. New- which October, 1147.OFFICIAI. I
since field of
[applying the pulpit along a great corn 11 ''me. This service of Instal I will give the Charge to the Pastor, comb will have charge of the was dry and rattled in the wind.A F..Kln.v: CIIANCKII : Clerk of sold Court. - -
Nelson music, assisted by Mrs E. K. Per YLucille ny urllla C. Conner D. t:'. - l
will constitute him theY and Rev. John Montgomery little snake scurried along the Carlson. Smith Plaintiff', Hubert II. Duncan. 204 Lynohfnlldlnif.
of Green Cove Springs, the Charge ryman. organist. The pastor, the edge of the road Into the weeds) vs. Prosper T..vern. Hmlth, Defend \ Jacksonville Florida STRONG COMICS
Rev. W. J. Churchwell announces ant. Case No. 010. Attys. for n*. 1013 4t 1o134iv (
the Rev.
to the congregation; Far off was the barking of dogs 'OHUKH: or PI'Bl.ir''TIO'V ANn _
Leslie Shepherd Chaplain of the that the subject for the evening and voices of the farm folks. The : NOTICE 1'0 APPM4UT. niit'iT<< foi'nr.Ot'VTV. IIn"O"'lIn Different Each Week
service at 7:30: o'clock will be: TR Of FLORIDA 1st (' FI.OIIIIIM IV CIAN.l'EHY *
will read the I felt that
State Prison, Scrip- wind tossed my hair and Prosper Leverna Smith whosft lust
"Cod la Love". life was good. Try taking a short 'known reeldenne. and address. .Is doGeneral 1 AI.x non dol', rial nt Iff, vs. Jeanette WATCH The
ture.Visitors L>.llvery, Charleston South'
are invited to attend The pastor will speak Sunday walk, fellow housewives, If you Carolina. lIappenlDgII'l

these services. morning on "The Acid Test of Our feel 111 and tired. Just a short I You are required tn appear on '

SOQ Religion". The choir will render distance will pick up your spirits I I November named. Court. 3rd.and 147 cause In. ,the wherein above DEALERS FOR "...

special music under the direction and make you feel like a new person I plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford M -

/ :of Mr. A. Z. Adkina. If you observe the lovely County Telegraph, shall publish thisOrrler I .
In next four weekly Issues.
Young People meet at 6:15: p. things In nature. I Witness my hand. and official. leu. I ?
at Htarke Florida, this let day of BENDIXautomatic I -V
m. Sunday for a snack, recreation,, It has been raining at Clay Hill October 1947.OFFICIA .

and a good program. Shirley Moaley !says! her dad has ( RAD) A. J ThomasAs
Clerk of pall. Court.
Subject for Prayer Meeting on such a pretty field of corn. She By Lucille C. Conner D. C. 1t :

Wednesday night: "The Transfiguration" sent me a lovely pin with pearls John J Henderson, E. These Interest- i tine, Florida" Home Laundry
very I for my birthday. Tomorrow Is I, Attys. for Plf. 1013 4t 10124
DRY Ing programs. C.me worship with Elner Lorene Padgt>t'a birthday .

She will be 11 years old. He

You Can'tTRETCH CLIAIIIOAT us.At mother died when she was very I we DON'T BRAO,, Hot Point Appliances 1

The TabernacleDr. small. Liner Lorene likes to go WS'rVB G. E. Vacuum Cleaners iiFfiJ.JI
ITS BEST to school. She and Mildred Scul

John McNeill of Washington,, ley are great friends TOP Gibson Appliances .;:; -. '

The Life Of Your Clothes D. C., arrived Saturday night for Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mo leYI I I sure miss seeing

$5,000 Fire Policy to Depends On The CARE a aeries of services at the Taber- have moved Into their new home:

$10,000 Loss! They Receive. All Gar nacle each evening at 7:30: o'- at Highland. Letter from my'' RADIOS alt that beautiful ?, .,

vtia ments Carefully IIAND I clock. Special music and a strong school girl Hazel Grlffls with Pic-I :

Finished I Gospel message is featured at each tures of her dear baby Hazel I Is L( O. E. JEWL Y at ..

:service. Next Sunday morning Dr. sending me print for some house I J
t Our Inventory Booklet -- 'McNelll will speak on "Can We !
dresses. They have the general ZIo1N ITJ ISENTINEL
PHONE 109 I Lose Our Salvation?" and at night F. Strong
'barley E. Johns store at Highland now( formerly
: on "What Lies Ahead For America 4
owned by Mrs. Wimberly. I used
?" i ynUtiL Gift HeadquartersIn ,I
Agency to buy my print from her. All are ,ewer
Elmer Johns leader of the MOTOROLA
I .IS STARKB, ITtA.mUnfl well at Harrison Mosley's. Lula. Jewelry 4.. i
Youth Meeting Saturday night, out
Mae says they are cleaning STROMBEIIO

.> .....' .. EANER served capably, and the Bible quiz the strawberry; patch. Large Selection of ,"i f
Was conducted by R. J. Domes
One hear aa much about the 0a4;S&2VI Diamonds and Mounting I
,.. After Dr. McNelll the next special Winkler
Starke mothers of today. I thinkIt I
SU terrible
110 Washington
meeting scheduled la for Fri- Finest Selection of Watches '
TRAVELERS Hartford such statements,
unfair to print
day, Oct. 17 when Mr. and Mrs. for look about you at the wonderful The Auto Fountain Electric Service And Jewelry Gifts In
James W. Bell present the work of
am young mothers who care for Madison & Walnut St. Starke
F I the African Inland Mission of the their children. They stay at home I 221 Temple Ave. 137 W. Call Phone 153
tin Forest Section. The Bells Starke -:- Fla. I
: and work for them. They teach ..- _ I
have spent 30 years A* missionaries -
I .,
all the.thoughtful relations of SerVice two of which have been among them to pray and to respect their! - -

with convenience and cotnplett- the Pygmies. Theme' Missionaries parents and obey their 4

rest as well as fareful economy in the have beautifully colored slide How I love these sweet teache..1 From Fisher Styling to Knee-Action Comfort
Every letter I get from
measure that it is needed. which they will use to Illustrate
I ton Parrlah makes) me feel better I

their messages. and happier. She Is one of those I ::
,praying sweet moth en. I have : BIG-CAR QUALITY

Presbyterian ChurchDr. : great faith in young people and:

DEWITT C. JONES John Warren Kaufman, Pastor America. I 4A' :,
in Chevrolet!
AMBULANCE SERVICE Morning Worship and fI.armon Here Is the way I make apple yours only

pie. That is my husband's favor.
at 11 a. m. Theme: "The Greatest II
Funeral Director Magnet" based on the words of Ite. Line a glass pie dish with '.

tilT ARKS PHONE T Jesus to his Disciples and quoted good pie dough. Peel and slice .
about four cups of apples. Have
In the Gospel of John.
Our local funeral home enablts us to Sunday School meets at 0:45.: them In a dish' or bowl so you

offer conveniences and services not 'The chapel has been enlarged and can stir them. ''Add 3-4 cup sugar, 1e

Jtherwise available. 1 tbps.' flour and 1-4 tp. clnna .et aYnf h
Is prepared to receive more pupils. Weis r; Low fr
mon and a little nutmeg. Stir

'e flumlllh the higher type service at the lowest prices ar4cept well. Cut up butter at least the

ANY life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANT com St. Mark's EpiscopalServices size of a walnut in fine pieces.
stir I then add the juice r N yrriel f
y. as payment In part or in full on a funeral. CoiuultAUoo at St. Mark's Episco-
of one lemon, or 4 tbps. water
lea no obligation pal Church: Sunday-10 a. m.
seaM Stir. Put In pan lined with pie
Church School; 11 a. m. Morning '
dough. Wet the edge and put

Prayer and sermon. Frlday- the 'top on and crimp well. BakeIn
Service and Bible Class 7:30 p. m. '
oven 42S degrees for 40 mln "BjJ
S. W Creasey, Minister
-Rev. and love
God blew all of you,

tY'' r "*** --y forever. -LuriII STUDY TM1 S1Y1.INOI
I! r 1 ;Ry yl a w The CARD family of Mlu Ida Haganof cmctiT <<""""T. imtnrono What a beauty leader Ibis.. car M Trim their COIN-TV. ri.OHID.Al IN: CHANvlnrlnls : yacht In .... and. contour luicurkxM a. w drew.
Theressa wish to( express
'dy'yts.ii appreciation for all the neIghborly ,' nuffiir'; Duffy Plaintiff, : Ing room In vphoMery and. appoMmentil The.

deep consideration ... I..... J. Duffy, Dafi>4ant. Case body h a fMer l body-encluttve to Chevrolet
IL kindness No. '01111.OHUIOH In the .......-pfke fleld... .
A yp shown during her Illness and for OF PVfltlCATlOl AND t s
the words of sympathy and beau or FLORIDA let' TEST THESE THRILLS) REVELINTHISRIDEIYou've
tiful flowers at her death. Our rsm.s J. Duttr. Who.. last known I
kddrsss and r Mnc I Is wader of every Jutt, tetHe down In.
1 iO gti ?o : xinrrre' gratitude to each and everyone. Ie*7MI. .I t .pt., U.A"MN.IAir ? motoring tlti/otton wNn the form-fitting teatcuihlont

1 s You Htstlun are r.qulriKi Alameda,to CaLI spp..? on you own a n.w QwvroM. -and relax) i

tH Vovsmtxr Srd, 147, In the above You have power,getaway, Travel over any I'OCId-

!d Plaintiff named Court...11.and ijlvrarc. cause. ,and wherein custody pondabUlt/, in .*lia from boulevard to by.

CIUIIITS and support. of child. Bradford 51.05S. for Chovrotoff _y-la-.te--I .., t

2 sJ Hit 'uiBtlt.! Smith Order County In Telegraph n.at four hs.ll weekly publish I Issues this proved ValvlnH adEnglnei steadier, afer by !MMUnltlsed

Wltnsss mr hand and official. sssltt has delivered man Knee-Action

St.rk.. Florida' this. 1st day of miles, for mor Owners, Ride-anomer advantage ale',
October([ : 1k A. I. Thomas. over o (onger period, than found only In '
UFFICIAAsSR' of sld Court. any other onglno built X1 1 Chevrolet and. higher.
By Uucllls C. (Conner D. C.
t John J ff ndrson. Esq St. Auarus- today. priced ears It
tine: Florida -
Any( for Plf 19IJ 41 10114; t I

for quicker easier cooking. roiHT.fOI'NTV RR 'O"BRD
11 rincfiT
rLOMIDA, I* ( ..A.- ., Be sure your car U ready for winter! Bring II to us

You Come in today and seea I cr.Rr Arnold A. Csssan Plaintiff' ... '..
i too can really .nJoy for service and let it for the bad
that every ,Sylvia Ca Non, V.f."da Cat. No. us get ready
\ cooking with this"Pyrofaa" all 43 features 1Ia I erne'
houaewirewantaln.modemMalr \ or pr"l.ir Tio 1 gas-operated range. The "KUFoH weather days ahead.
F Chef range illustrated range and learn about the I I or TO YLOnrbCan 4PPMCK

is especially designed for advantageeof"Pyrofai'gaslow.co.t "TAT"Hr.. Sylvia, c*.son, whn.e "........,.. INSIST ON SAFETYI
cooking -water heating and .*.. Is: It Billing Road
speedy cooking foe : ;ov.n..rll, EnsjlsndTon You hove every right to d'emonjtho
'PyroCu""lodenareCrier.hoD." are required, l. appear onOetnb.r Mghmtt degre* of motoring)
Ire! your kitchen with ,. 4JJ list 147, In tb. sbo. safety for fomlTyj and CHEVROLETLOWESTPRICED
named Court and cans, wh.roln your you
the Magic Chef and .! ""' -" .>lmlntlff ...ks d''".."... flradfnnl"nunty pek with ChewroUfi Unhtcol
'| :R tIGWE.; \ Telegraph shall publish this KMO-Actlon lid.eedPodav.AdbnHydroulklrek.
Pyrofaxgas combi Body by Flrfver *
nationyou'll thank jr; 10 -J_ e MAllrf*i.'Ck i. I Order In oat roar and W. -official'M.T|. insu I.ia' s.Wltnsss .* Fwsuret

yourself 3 times a day. onui'oA SERVICE ae, I .*. tkart starI *...My .tark.. .. ...r..I"a. this, loth dar of -f combined only In QMVrolet LINE IN ITS FISLDfTORODE .
4UPEIO| S l fii mt r. !147
wife aet* el die tsatdnSTAK / ShdfrI (OFrlCiAlHEAI..) A. /. Thorns SAs and higher-priced con.
I C'l.rk .f said "..ur'.
Iuell1 C. COli".". D. r.*.
I By
Central Florida Gas & Appliance Co. : DRY CLEANERS I e' rank Uandriim. Stark, Florida.HITS .
for Plf. Itll 1 41 IOiJ4col '
CO. ::1.
Phone 3391 Trenton. Fla. I AND I LAUNDRY .. 'IRCCIT HT HNAnronnoritr :

AGENT ROME tt ClttN lUlimH (' rLoKuAIN .H.-' :1
SKULL 3i J,Air".> Orlffls Do"a."". Plaintiff. ru,


.: J I I







-a ssi iiiB s a i B j j a e i sssie B iB sss ss ss four weekly Issues. =-
r- 1IIK C-IRCt-IT COI'HT. RItADVO1tD In next '
School Board Asks Charles F. CmtchfieldFour I property. to the described highest: therein bidder will at the h.sold IN IV He! COIWTV.Petition' FLOIIII for Adoption>> of nt Witness Starke,my Florida hand and this official OctoberOlTKJCIAt .seal STA i t I'1'E; II,O APpp'IITarl'uerltc \ S

Death Takes courthouse duor on the first. Mon Ann MrLnrly a minor. 9 1917. re..hl..nrc (')"n Iikl'nN'Iula '
November, Theresa
tit 'n.
day In the, month PITBI.ICATION' AND ( : SEAL) A. J. Thomas, You '
OF i.
State DepartmentFor ( 1947. which I.I I the 3rd day of November ORDER NOTICE TO APPEAR As Clerk of said Court Novenlbet 10'\' bed .. "
Plant SurveyThe Dated, 1047.this l 24th day of Soptem- STATE! OF FLORIDA to Thomas P. T. Frank Landrum. Htarko, Kin. ed; Court l. d The "tl, t
for Plf. 10,10, 4t
100th unknown. Attys. : tiff
Months Before BirthdayCharles i her. 1941.OFFICIAL! MrLarly, Address seek! ,1, then o
8RAL) A. .T. Thomas You are hereby required to appearon Tel.irr.ipi ,j' i L1Vltnes
session Uradfur.iCounty /I day of November, 1947. In next fl toll
School Board In Clerk of Circuit Court of the 10th '"''' a.'rill
resolution Florida.. 9-30 4t 10-17 In the above andlpearls. .... wherein Cln't'IT cni'RT.OI'MTV. DO ADFORD 1 ; ,,u,, r
I her Monday adopted a M. Crutchflcld, who Leonard B. M. Colson FLORID IV tHAN- at Stark.. FIUrIJ 'ld' n
asking the State Superintendentof would have reached the century iv riRrriT coi'RT, nRAnronn seek an Order of Adoption! and CKWY. 5, 1947. iI nhll a
m CIIAVCKHV. hana-a of name of Theresa Ann Uennaro Borrlellp! ,' Plaintiff, v....
rnit"crr FLURIUAI : t: .
Instruction to arranKc with his next birthday in I IOFFICIAI.AF
Public mark McLarty, minor.. That this Notice Louisa! Salvatore Tlorrlello, Defendant '1., \ 1.
for a survey to determine the February died Monday night; at IN RB PETITION OF PARNF.I.T. be published In the Bradford County Case No. 0010. T. Frick ;r' t
: consecutive HV PI HLICATIOV AUys. 'irrnrr
w. ANn
fur four ORDER for
amt transportation home of his nephew, Elmer TYSON AND RKNNA TYHOM. HIM Telegraph
the i'
school plant ENTRY OF AN I weeks VOTICH TO APPHtRSTATM 39,1/, m
status and needs of Bradford Lazone, in Jacksonville. WIFE ORDER FOR OF THR ADOPTION AND TO! Witness. my hand and officialseal OK KLORII' t...I II'V
Crawford NAMM OF IIORISELLEN I of office at Starke. Florida, Mr. Louisa Salvatore Borrlello, ('tn't. 1'r q
date. THE C'OII
County at an early Born near Reynolds CHANGE A MINOR. this the 8th day of October 1947. whose residence and address 'Is (.0..1.\. IIT ,
This action was taken In com- County Ga., on Feb. 7, 1848 Mr. FLEMING Case No., 4044 OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J..Thomas.. 33 Via Coml.I, Terre del Ureuo.:1 ('I1II\'. PL0aiUgj Ft, 'I
Clerk of Circuit j ltalyiYnu I Lucille N'ewc,
pliance with provisions of the new Crutchfield had been a resident ORDER NOTICE OP pirnLicATtOJfAND TO APPEAR E. K. Perrvman, A try., Siarke.Fla. are required to appear :;: : J Uetl 1 ,
Florida School law requiring a of Starke since 1906. For about STATE OF FLOUIDA tol Leo 10110 4t 10131 November 7. 1947 In the above named ere: :,

) survey in each county as a baste ten years he "owned ran. and Fleming, Who* address, Norfolk Is Vlr-*1Brambleton iv rinrriT cornT, Bit 1DF0RDIN Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford wherein County plaintiff : ... 1'1111.11'\110 /

releasing the capital outlay lived In" the Ideal Bottling Works t't II"lnl": Avenue rOI'VTY, riOIHO\l C'HAN- Telegraph u-h: publish this Order R T A 11E1; ;I"il s';O \PPP.I 1 1l
for .
drink rixiulred to appear on fKHV. In next weekly Issues. Obert It. l1a"l. ::'RII'l 1
which Starke's first soft You are :
i of the was \h ,
and debt service portion 1 October 20, '1947. In the above named I(Owen Edward Llndaman Plaintiff, Witness my hand and official seal and addreee' f J.
1 Foundation Program Funds to Individual establishment. There was no auto- Court and cause, wherein p",.- vs. Marjorie E.' Llndaman Defend it Sforke, Florida, this October You ..... 7Pquiru mknovn,h',, ;
matic bottling equipment In those nell Tyson.and Renna Tyson his ant. Case No. 6011.OIIDKR 9, l 47.v November 1 1947 tl 1 h
counties. wife seeks Order. of Adoption and OK" HLICATIOV AND (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ed' Court and '" he,l?
thee days-It was all "Toot-lever pow, iM1 Change of name of Doris Ellen NOTICE' TO APPEAR As Clerk of said Court.T. .I tiff seeks ai, nheni
In making this request er" and when in 1916 Mr. Crutch- Fleming, a minor. Bradford County STATE c. K. KI.OHIHV gel Frank Landrum, Starke, FI...,, of miildei, nan. .Cd";
Board agreed to exchange school Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn M.irjorle E. Llndnman. whose. Attys. for Pit 10)10) 4t 10131 Telegraph 'hal' ltrndhrl ,
In Special Tax School field began to suffer with rheu- ws next four weekly Issues. dence la unknown: r..I.1 In next taut. \\.'aly ulbllhh'
property matism he was forced to clone Witness. my hand and official seal. You are required to appear on IV CIRCUIT "Ot'IiT. BRADFORD 1Vltnee I n4 hand bid'Uot,
Dlst. No. 5, Hellbronn Elementary at Htnrka, Florida this September November 10,1947<<: In the above named C01MTY. FLORIIItl IV CIIAN-lat 'tuke' Fh'ld. tpli"n'
his buxinea 7. .
belonging to 11. 1947. Court anti cause wherein plaintiff CIeR I
for property
School Soon after that Mr. Crutchfield OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, seeks divorce. Bradford County Sidney Plaintiff I I vs. Lela (OFFICIAL SF-.H.,, A. 1By

KlK PUBLICATION. Case No.: AND 023. I Luaill,. Caries lr., ..
will bear .
' and near the railroad and started Atty. for Pit 9-19 4t 10-10 Witness my hand and official seal NOTICE TO APPEARTATR i iII Frank I.lIndr" tort
the necessary deeds drawn the time. at Starke, Florida, this October OK FI.OUIDA tai 1'1' ,.. for Pit l9uIv
to while
f r gardening; away IV: CIRCUIT CO I'IIT. IIRtDFOHD 9. 1947. Mrs Lela M. Conn whose residenceand
recorded. devoted of each day COUNTY FLOHIDtl IV ClltN- A. : ..., r
He a portion (OFFICSALA.ECler'k. said address. la 29 Went 10th St. Ctn't I'r Ce
The Board authorized the Superintendent this until about CERY. of Court. New York New York: COUNTY, .' RT.
to hobby a year Edith Lancaster Turner. Plaintiff Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville. Fla. 1.011'0\, 5is
required to
are appear on C'RRY.Albert.
I to Investigate the ago when the" Infirmities of age vs. Horrtian T., Turner, Defendant. Att).. for Pit. 10110| 4t 10131] November 7, 1947. In the above named B Welsn,

of treating the Hampton Elementary forced him to Jay aside his hand Case ORDER No. B9S1.OF PUBLICATION Court and cause. wherein plain Ina 1.D. We'' "' D.I'CdanL Plalnurf;
tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County
School and the Lawtey Junior AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
: : plow and hoe. < j iv CIRCUIT ooi'RT. BRADFORD
termite eradication. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Herman. rOITVTY., FLORIDAI IV: CH.4% Telegraph u'.h; weedy III this. OrderIn ORDER 0V PI al.if ITI01
School for During his long life Mr. Crutch- ._ T. Turner, whose residence U: Ln- TKRY. next Issues.Witness STATSICop \PPP.II
j' I It was agreed to pay W, E. field had been variously employedas known.. Tart' my hand and official Heal FLORID
Ella Johnson V.
For the past'20 years he had You are required to appear on at Starke, Florida, this October Pauline n. Web' ,. .
assistance Clo18.1oun"I&
month Johnson 'Deferdnnt ( ''.0 No.
Rivers $12 per a store clerk, farm overseer made his home In Starke with Miss October. to 1947, In the above named OP PITULICATIOV ANDSTATM 7, 1947.OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. and address Is: el"i i..

of his ( aen. Del Angles
of transportation wherein.plaintiff -
lieu Court and cause, ,
In and construction man In Georgiaand OP FLORIDA t e lCarl As Cleric of said Court. Losq GiNovember \
Marr on
I OHla a practical nurse seeks divorce and restorationof |
{ children. Texas. At one time he served maiden name. Bradford County Johnson, whose residence la:I' Bv Lucille C., Conner, D. C. 10. 1947 IA theitte
Park Place. When Miss unknown
schedule was sheriff and In Telegraph publish this Order : T. Frank Landrum Starke. Fin, ed Court and eau, .."w.
The following approved as deputy jailer herself recently became too 111 to In next u'.b; weeklyIssues.: You are required to appear on Attyi. for Plf. 1010| 4t 10131 tiff: seeks divorce and l ,
a I for salaries of. substitute Ocala where his cousin A. ,care for him he went to live with Witness my hand and official. seal November 10,147<< In the above named of maiden name. llrtdfori nn
Crutchfield sheriff of at Starke,. Florida, this September Court and cause wherein plaintiff County Telegraph ahlll
was puts
B'I Mr. Lazone In Jacksonville. His 17. 19fT. seeks divorce & care control kcustody Order In next four ..
i White TeachersAdult County.He 'only other close surviving relative (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.. J. Thomas, of minor child. Bradford (KRV. FLORIDAI IN CHAN- Witness.. my hand ana olftle.
As Clerk of said Court. Telegraph h this Order at 8t.., Florid, |
substitutes Salary
per this
also did li- weedy \ Harold N. Edwards, Plaintiff vs. I IbVl
a % carpentrywork is a niece Mrs. B. F. Caplen By Lucille C. Conner D. C. In next four Issues.Witness S .
day $7; and following his stay inl of Americus, Ga., R. H. Duncan 104 Lynch Bide, my hand and official seal 8024.Pearl Edwards, DefendantCasa No. ( IAL SEAT.) A. J
Student substitutes-Salary per 1 Jacksonville, Fla. at Starke Florida this October As Clerk of nil]
Texas he war employed to build ORDER or pruneTIOV ANDNO'IU
Funeral services were held In Atty. tor Plf. 9-U 4t 10-10 3, 1947. Jly Lu..lI1e C. '
day $4: section houses the G. S. and F. TO APPEAR Chas. R. Hess, 204-OS Ouirul
on the Seashole Funeral Parlors In (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, STATE OK FLORIDA tel
Negro Teacher IN CIRCUIT CO t..RT. BRADFORDCOUNTY As Clark of said. Court. Bldir, Jacksonville, Florid I
railroad from Macon to Cordela Mrs Pearl Edwards, whose reqldence -
i Jacksonville and Interment was FLOnlO.ll IN CHAN By Lucllla C. Conner, D. O. A tty.. for Plf. 10,11, ,
and address lest 711 West
Adult substitutes-Salary per and from Cordele to Palatka. In the Evergreen Cemetery there ('len"'. ChAS. R. Hess, 804-05 Guaranty Pleasant Street Springfield Ohio: I
Wilma Taylor, Plaintiff, v.. GeorgreWaihlnsrton Life
day $3: Bids-, Jacksonville, Florida You are required to appear onNovember
Student substitutes Salary Harold Rafuse Taylor,. Defendant.Caas Attys. for Plf. 10110 4t 10131IV 7, 1947 In the above named -!
Cpl. .
FFA Judging Team No. OF PUBLICATIONAND Court and cause wherein plaintiff I w.
per day $3. seeks divorce Bradford C.T.
County i
1 The above acliedules. apply unless Serves At Large Back From Iowa NOTICE TO APPEAR CIRCITP 01'1'. BRADFORD Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
; STATE OF FLORIDA: George rorvTY. FLomnti iv CIIAVCKHY. ; : weekly \Issuen. :
I the qualification and experience Airfield In Washington Taylor, whose residenceand next .four
and official seal
JapanCpl. Witness hand "What U
my good school tor
address! Is: Detroit Michigan Nellie Mellnls. Plaintiff I vs. Peter
$ The team of
teacherare judging the Brad
of the substituting at Htarke, Florida this OctoberOFFICIAL
are required to appear on Mellnls (also as Plotr MelInlec I Youth that hag iwauty.
ouch as to deserve special ford County Chapter, Future o.'t'.r: 17, 1947, In the above named ), Defendant. Case. No. (029.OltlitOn 6.( 1941. SEAL) A. J. Thomas., power untold..., withoutof
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff OF1" PI'RLICATIOV ANDNOTICR
Farmers of America returned
consideration; provided however on As Clerk of said Court.
aeeks divorce and custody and TO APPEAR drug?
that in no case will the substitute Monday from a 10-day trip to control of minor children. Bradford STATE OP ....Olel..... tot Bv Lucille C. Conner, D C.
T. Frank Htarke, Fin., Hold to 'outh
Lnndrum. I Ihc
this Mr. Peter Mellnls. also
bounty Telegraph shall publish ( known as
teacher be paid! more than the Waterloo Iowa where they took Attys. for Plf. 10110) 4t 10131 lidanKrroiiH
Order In next tOil weekly Issues.Witness Plntr Mali nice), whose residenceand foroo In the world and I
dally salary of' the teacher for part In the national contests for my hand and official address Is: pocsta 'Pukowleo '
substltatlon is made. fur' s dairy products cattle and Starke. Florida, this Sep Htary., Pow. N. Tomy'sl WoJ. Po.- IV: CIRCUIT COl'RT, BRAIIFOBDCOUNTY deceitful drin
the dairy
whom Ib..rtI
sY : 1 47. nnnskle, Polska FLORIDII iv (,'IIA by you." -..Angflo f
poultry.One (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. You are required to appear on CKIIY.
member of the team Maurice As Clerk of said Court. November 7. 1947 In the above named Carl F. McManus, Plaintiff vs.Ntirguerltft .
Thom"1 FLORID\ GW.DNE\ :
Rotarians Told Need By Lucille C.' Conner D. C. Court and cause wherein plaintiff i Drlng MrMunurf" De (
asa Edwards, Jr., was a Gold T. Frank Landrum, Starke; seeks divorce, Bradford County fendant. Case No. 6033.
Of More VolunteersIn Emblem winner making the high Atty for Plf. 0-19 Telegraph shall publish this Order .OUCH:It OF PUBLICATION AND

Red Cross Work Individual score In the poultry

judging contest. Twentyeightstates

' The functioning of Bradford's were represented at the

,; Red Cross Chapter, with emphasis event.

FT on home service and disaster preparedness The local team was awarded PAY ONLY THE

,',wm discussed at the the trip in recognition of honors

Rotary Club Wednesday when Guy won early this year Inilltate'.fUdg.- .

Andrews chapter chairman, had ing" contests.* v, ( .. ,. \\... -
charge of the program -- ,In addition,: Edwards,.; the

In his Introductory remark a4 r" n team Is composed of Jsidrld :

Mr. Andrews touched on the Rotary Hayes, N. G. Hayes, Jr., and Harry 'LOW
d motto "Service Above Self, Green. The boys were accompanied

and stated that the ideal of community Cif is (rp by the chapter advisor, V. R. Ferguson

service could find an exeellentjexpresKlon r and the trip was made In

In volunteer Mr. Ferguson's car. a

work with the county Red Cross Harold Rafuse is now with Young Edwards expressed himself .

y More volunteers are always as being particularly Impressed
the occupation forces In Japan,
needed i Mr. Andrews stated working as a carburetor mechanic with the tremendous fields of FOR YOUR CHEVROLET

to Till the "'Important places in and foreman of Japanese corn seen In the Midwestern

the chapter.letup.. Nationals at the Aircraft Carbu- states ,

The chairman pointed out that retor Shop of JAMA Army AirBase Data .. residenceand

one of the main Red Cross goals He is the son of Mr. and address.hfldirn'n.: .
Is to see that no veteran or his You are required to appear on And Enjoy The Full Benefit Of
of Rt. 1 .
Mrs. P. C. Newaome October 10, 1947, In the above named
dependents suffer becauao of his Box 98 Starke. Court and cause wherein plaintiff
service In the armed forces. He seeks divorce. Bradford County
The JAMA (Japan Air Material Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
described some of the many services : Area) Base Is one of the largest next four weekly I........ BIG CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COSTBuy
now being rendered to vet witness my hand and official seal
bases In Japan located atTachlkawa it Starke, Florida, this September
erans and their families by the 21 miles west of Tokyo 17, 1547.
local chapter. Because Bradford I ((OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
: and was formerly consideredthe A. Clerk of said Court.
County failed to meet Us 1947 "Wright Field" of Japan, as By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. :your, new 1047 Chevrolet' from us.

fund quota the chapter here has J S. Harrison, Law Exchange Vl4g Buy It where you are u\edto pay only
It wag here that the Japanese Jacksonville.. ,
had to receive a grant of $2,900 engineered and tested most of Atty. for fit. I-It ft 10-10 the low delivered price-end not a singlepenny
from national headquarters to their aircraft. JAMA Is the main morel! Tumi's the American way- DELIVERED PRICE
1 meet the demands placed iv CIRCLET rot'RT. BRADFORD
upon supply depot and maintenance COUNTY FLORIUAl IN CHAPKLoraln that's your way-and that's our way as

It locally.Mr. center for all Army Air Forces ('RaY well IN STARK
Andrews Introduced Mrs. Bishop Martin,
I based In Japan and Korea. ".. Carlisle W. Martin, 1'1.lntlft'j) True, you may have to wait a little
W R. Morse executive secretaryof
Case No. 60 g.OHDKK .
Rafuse enlisted In May 194S of
Cpl. OP PUBLICATION AND while for d.nbut you'll nave a
the chapter who explained that I
and was sent to Camp Joseph T. NOTICE TO APPEAR by purchasing your Chevrolet from
because the chapter has had to STATE Or FLORIDA t.! money STYLEMASTEH FIJEETMASTCK
call on national for operating Robinson Ark. for basic training.Upon Carlisle W. Martin whose residenceand as at the low. price Instead] of paying a SERIES SERIES
completion of basic he was address last known le J* Am.
1' funds It Is on a "mandatory basis" transferred to Hamilton Fteld.. beret St., Charleston Mouth Caroms premium price to someone elseJuat. fol'the

and funds must be held back to : sake of getting it a bit sooner.Obviously. 5-75
Calif. for overseas shipment. Arriving Ton are required to appear on Business I Coupe $1,244.75 S-Passengtr CouilJ-41...
th meet the emergency needs of service November Srd. IH7. In the above Ifa wiser to save a lot ofmoney
In Yokohama Japan he was
men who have claims pending named Court and cause, whereinplalstlff Investment than H-370'75
Center and on your new car Town Sedan _
sent to the 44th Replacement seek divorce custody
j etc Consequently the Chapter has nradford S.Passenger.CoupeI,286.75. _
and later tranaterre4'toJAMA ofertildi it U to save a HtU time on your new
had to curtail of Its other ;was County Telegraph shall this) $1,429.75
some a'an aircraft mechanic. : ;:: II': car delivery Sport Sedan
activities Mrs. Morse stated. Witness mf rand and o ficial sealat Town Sedan
: 130375.
After a few months' duty he Moreoveq we are receiving our fair share 1,7200of
"However we try to see that no Starke Florida, thla 1st day ofOctober Cabriolet ._ $
wag sent on detached service to + T.OFFICIAL. cars from the Cheviplrt factory, whichIs
'no leaves our office completely 3. Thomas
defeated she said "and If we Hlckman Field Hawaii for an ( ,{.Clerk of said Court. out-producing all other makers-we Sport Sedan $1,360.75 Station Wagon $1,987.00

airplane carburetor specialists'course By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. are filling\ order at the low deliveredl'rlef'a.
cannot render financial assistance, John 3. Henderson. Esq., St. Augrus-
to aid from other of six weeks' duration, returning tine FloridaAttya. day after. day and week after weekwe
a'e try ages.eyes to JAMA upon completion.Cpl. for PIf. 1011 4t IOU! .
." are doing our level best to get cars __ FIJEETUNB SERIES

-:T. H. Oaborne. co-chairman of Rafuse has_ visited the 'l'f! ciHCvrr cornf. NRADPOND' to you and to all who have ordered" them
mountainous section In tile centralsector COUNTY SnORIDAI IN CHA.NCIIJRT. -
'(the .county's disaster preparedness -and so, 'even though the demand still S1-I55,75
of Honshu Japan. IncludingMt. Ronald V. Bruce, Plaintiff, vs. Ada Aerosedan $1.397.75 SportmasterThese _
1 committee, described the procedure Fuji, traditional symbol of ?Truce. TXfendant. Case No. ReSJ. exoeedsi the supply, you may not have to,

> followed In setting up a Japan. Questioned as to how he ''I AND ORDER NOTICE OF PTTBLICAT1ON TO APPEAR wait so very long for you car after aIL

refuge station here In case It liked Japan he replied "I find BTATH Or FLORIDA to Ad.I That's we say-pay only the lowdelivered III
In the two recent Bruce, whose residence le unknown. wry delivered price Include Any opt )(
y was that the people are very coopera I You are required to appear MI and enjoy the full benefit Federal excise tax and license.

t storms. "Our Job Is not to wait tive; at least the Japanese Nationals I October IMIkM7.' In the above of BIO-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST aod""
mtU disaster actually strikes but named Court and cause, wherein equipment or accessories are, extra. Price\ subject to e h&ll1I1tbout
with giver all the I well In touch with
: working me plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford COST. And-ye*- get
.ta be prepared for any eventuality cooperation necessary In the shop. ,.County Telegraph" shall' publish this you the very moment your new Chevrolet "
he said. Order In next four weekly Indue*.
Cpl.: Rattle attended Bradford Wltnes* my hand and official U ready for delivery! '
High School and worked! with, seal at mark Florida, this September -
5 tlth: 147.
: Scholarship Exams B. B. McCormick & Sons Construction OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Co.. until he entered the As Clerk" of said Court.

& t JFor October 31 Army. He says, "I expect a furlough "D.y E.Lucille Knight C. Conner Starke. ,, D Fla.Alty. C.. STILL THE LOWEST' PRICED LINE IN THE LOW-PRICE FIELD

: back to the States, but my for Plf. -U 4t 110

School: Superintendent ArthurR. tour; of duty In Japan baa beenappeulnl' '.
been notified that II NOTICE or Apn.irTIOX von
McRae has my Impulse to travel. TAX] nr.Fio '

another scholarship examlnatpn(, After looking at the Army from (Crash Bill Kf*. 1M
will be held In Gainesville all sides, the :20-year retirement The Atlantic National Rank of

Friday. Oct. 31. Bradford County! plan looks very attractive. :Jarksonvllle' .. Trustee under Will
scholarship vacancies to of N .T. Rlteh.' deceaeed. holder. ofT T de' Chevrolet Co.
has four xCertlfleate No. 511 Issued the

be filled by this examination. Supt. bounty flit day Judge 0' October.of Bradford 147 apply County to Tth filed day sam of August In my A.office t). 1931.and has has oro

y' JIcRae stated. .rinridA. fur Final Discharge as Mid mad. application for a tax deed to
Those who wish to take the examination Administrator. be Issued thereon. Bald
/. R. COLLET. Adm'r.t .
embraces the fnltowlnir .
obtain application .
may U 10-10. property In the County of c..rtlfl..t.1
blanks at Mr. McRae'a office In fatnte of Ftnrlda. tn-wltt'
courthouse. iv rinrrrr 'tn'RT. \rtronn HH, cf "If!" of XWH |,
the ('.n'%TV" FLOHIUAI ix. riiA- NFl of 8Wl tI.c. U. Town lt 41South. \ STARKE 4D7 FLORIDA
CERY.Jame. '. RanRe 11 Reel, containing!
!OIO'l'.elO O. Crutebfteld Plaintiff I vs. ,40 acres more or i....
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN. : Jessie Dal; .\\d. Defendant.Case : The assessment nf the said prop-,
Notice la hereby Steen that I have No. Issued 4
arty under the said certificate .
Administrator "o.
Final Accounting ; "
tiled my ORDER PTrnACATiONAND was 111 the name of: Unknown.
(or the Estate of Lrdia NOTICE TO APPEAR 1'1... said certificate shall be I
Coll.r. deceased and will on the STATE Of FLORIDA to: Jessie redeemed according; to lw, thel




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r'VlVIS WII..DR1IFLOIIJP" nr cmotmr CXHTBT, IQUDJI'ORD, Teleirraph shall publish this Order I IN! CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD Wallace Wlmberljr, her husband; scribed land as against you and IN rmcrrr comT. BnuronhaCOtIrdi'T.
.*iI" *. IN UAN-; COUNTy. FlORIDAl HAN In next four weekly Issues* I COUNTY. FLOH1UAI IN CHAN.V ;!. Nelson. T Green and Boots Green .each of you and to have plaintiffsto FLOHIUAI IN CIIAN-
CEILY. Witness my hand and offlclaseal KH Vt> his wife) Pearl Hauls and Jack be decreed. to be owners of the SENT
o' Plaintiff, V'O.Copnor. Same. SI. Bane, Plaintiff, vs. Evelyn at Starke, Florida, this Septem Eva C. McBride Plaintiff, ve, Hauls, her husband; and to .same ill fee simple) on the. 8rddny Martha. flol... Plaintiff vs. LuthegSoles
S bertndant. Ca. Bane, Defendant Case No. S98". ber 15th, 1747.OFF1C1AL I Joseph Francis I McBride, Defendant, Each. and the following named of November, 1947, and this "' Defendant Case No. 597.
OKDBR OP PUBLICATIONAND ( 8BAW A. 3. Thomas, Case No. 5991.ORDER defendant)every, severally and 1'.1'.0.tlv..ly. :you are not to omit upon pain of ORDER OF PltOTJPATIONAND
I. rIrflLICATtOt: AND NOTICE TO APPEAR As Clerk of said Court. OF PUBLICATIONAND If ., of them be the plaintiffs said bill being takenas NOTICE TO APPEAR I
0" they. any '
STATE OF FLORIDA tel Evelyn By Conner D. C. NOTICE TO APPEAR confessed against you. STATES OF FI..ORIDA tot Luther '
: alive and It they 'or of them be
: .
oTIY 1'0J1'1..: t ., Bane. whose residence Rivers.CIttC'A n ; any Solos, whose residence. and aduIresis I
0 II' and address Green Cove STATE OP FLORIDA to Joseph dead, their several. and respective. It la further orderedThat: this '
.: whoMb' ...Id.no. Is lUakaoWK. Springs Fla.Attys. Franols MoBride, whose residenceand ., devisees, legatees notice order of publication be :: VI. Hooklngham, North Carolina.You
o.cpnnDT. III: 4.1: >> Central Avenu xTou are required I to appear oa Oc for Plf. '-!' U 10-10 address Is618: Park, Place, nr r''e:1 namelvt JBdwIn C. hd'd four (4) consecutiveweeJcs I are required to appear ovaOctober
.rcl. tober 87 In _____ 17, 194?. In the above named -
'.: 1947 the above named Brooklyn, New York. Wytnan; 13. R. Hunker; Kdgnr W.Htinko In the Pradford County Teleerraph -
&". N.rOlulred( to appear 'on Court and cause wherein plaintiff. IV CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD You are required: to' appear on and Mnttle HI. Bunker his a newspaper "r..dD'd Court and cause Pradford wherein plaIntiff -
i.rfi.t 1947 la the abovCourt seeks divorce Bradford County COUNTY FLOHIUAI IN CHANMaurice October 24, 1947 In the above named wlfi: William II. L...lnnlicr; a. JUPeak having general circulation nooks: d :WPII I this CountyTsligrapn Order
.K1 and cause wh..relnI Telegraph shall publish this Order g.m y. Court and "causes" wherein plaintiff ; A. M Lapham; and to ford County, Florida.' > .
.ekI dlvoroei DradforreIgraPh In next four weekly Issues. O. Fontaine, Plaintiff, v.. seek dtvorm. Bradford County Witness mv hand, as Clerk snd In next tonr weeklr: issues.Witnes .
I this Witness hand shall The unknown heirs, devisees, of this this the 211th mv- bend and official sal
shall publish my and official Jacqueline Fontaine Defend ant. Telegraph publish this 'Order the seal << Court, I
I xt four weekly Issues.1'I.nnr seal at Starke. Florida, this Sep Case No. 5958.ORDER In next four weekly issues.Witness legatees. 'or. grantees. of Archibald day of September A. I). 1447 In st Htarka. Florida. this; September'oiTKU .
official seal tember Z8 1941. seal Hardy Oreen, also known as A. H. County Florida .
hand. and OT"1" PUBLICATION my band and official Starke, Bradford ,
[ Florida this 2nd day 'of: (OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR at fttarke, Florida, this September Ureen, deceased; and to (OFFICIAL: !H14AL) A. J Thomas 'IAl* SEAL) A. J. ThomaevAs ,"
The Klorlda Land. and Immigration ; :
}he. Clerk of said Court.
As Clerk of said Court. STATE OF FLORIDA to Mrs 25, 1947. Clerk of Clrrult Court,
11l4 BEAD: A. 3. Thomas By Lucille C. Conner D. C. acqueune Fontaine whose residence (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas, Company, a corporation If nowIn County, Florida.I Hy Luplll O.; l'mP.'h.fnlra It
Court. existence, and If not now In ex Vv Lake Butler. Kin, .?. a Harrison, Law :Bldor.
Clark of said George L. Patten, Starke, Fla. and address Is: Combrse, Main. et As Clerk 'of said Court Hal Maine
A I.llcll1. C. Conner D.C. Atty. for Plf. -a. tt 101'EN Loire, France. Ry Lucille C. Conner, D. C.T. istence. Its unknown successors, Attorney for Plaintiffs. 1013 4t 10114| Jacksoville yia. 1Tiv
and to 1'lt. .18 4t -
grantees or assigns;
1orI4.for Starke Fla. Atty.
Frank Landrum
Stark. ,
Lnndrum You are required to appear on The severs and bus I
k respective
Pit. 1013 U 1012. CIRCUIT COURT. tnFORD October 17, 1947. In the above named Atty. for Plf. .-.. 41 10-17 bands. ; and wives of each every and IN CIRCUIT COURT, tlRiDPORD -
COUNTY FLORIDA It CHAN- Court and cause wherein plaintiff all of the natural. persons relnn- COUNTY. KI.OIIIUAI IN CHAN.: : rinrriT COITHT, VIIIADS'ORhP.o'tt'rv
cUT C017RT", RRADFQROr. CICRY seeks. divorce. Bradford County IN "11tH' .R..T..otrR'W' FLORID bove minted as defendants In this ('V.HY.Mildred FI.OHIUAI 11 CIIAI -
FLORID"' IN CIJAN; Gilbert Beshard. Plaintiff vs. Nancy Telegraph shall publish this Order *. IN AND POOR BRADFORD ('au.e.nd the names of ..whom Lynn Hollen. Plaintiff, vs. C'KIIV. i
Ann Boshard, Defendant. Case Mo. In next four weekly Issues.. COt.!NTY, IN CHA1VCRHY-., severally .and respectively. art. except Robert Fleming: Hellen, Defendant.Case .T. 4': Durham, Plaintiff vs." TTtuT
Edward. Btirdett. Plaintiff 5979. Witness my hand. and official Case No Sins as herein specifically. stated No 5492OHDER Durham' Tlefenlant.: Case Nn. 5883.OltOKlt .
h EM! ..abeth Burdett. Defend.ICATIO ORDER OF PUBLICATION seal at Starke, Florida, thIs Sep A. T. Andrews, also known as unknown; and to OP1 PUBLICATION CIV PtPO.irATlONANH :
No. 4005.OF AND NOTICE TO APPEAR tember 16, 1047.OFFICIAL Adam Tltrker Andcvw gird PaulP. All verNon having or claiming AND NOTICM TO APPEAR NOTIOM TO APPEAR
: (. AND STATE OF FLORIDA toi: ITancy ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Andrews, ftlao kfnfwn>> as Paul any HgJit, title or Interest In the I STATE OP FLORIDA to Robert STATE OF FIXMtlUA to! JSulPurhsm
oTll' TO APPKARH Ann Boshard, whose residence and As Clerk of said' nrul'h. Brantley Andn-wsi, Plaintiffs vs. following described lands In lirad. Fleming Hellen whose residence Is: whose residence Is: Helena.
H FlORIDA t.. address Is: SCO Qaranetta Drive, Ny' Lucille I C. : C. Fanny tr. Green, et 1I t-Dif4'nAnt.; ford I I RF.D. 1, Smlthflold ..Pennsylvania.You U..or.i.
lliahetl\ Burdett whose rest Lakewood New Jersey. '1'. Frank Lnndrum Starke, Florida ORDER! OF PI'HLICATIrtN 'N% of m.'N'. I'f NW'4. nre required to appear en You are' required to appeal onnmoltfir
I la 81 Donne Street BeeooMmischusetts You are required to appear on Atty. for Plf. 9-19 4t 10-10 THB STATE 01*' FIXJniDA TO: K'-i of 813V4 of NWM and the Rat. October 27. 1947 In the above named *7, lOll In the above n nnB -
: October Z4 1947, In the above named Rant and every the followlnir named Two acre of WH of ,HV Vi of NWl,, Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ,| Court and: cause, wherein plaIntiff -
| are required to appear 'on Court and cause, wherein plain IJt CIRCUIT (COTI1T BRADFOISICOtiN'ry defendants each. of whom I I.. a resident nil lying and being: In section I la, seeks dl>orce. Bradford ('."nty locke divorce. Bradford CountyT.I.'graph I
!b.r 8rd 191 In the above tiff seek divorce. Bradford County FLOH1DAI IV thAN of Mradfbrd County Florida, Township 6 South Range tt Knst: Telegraph shall publish this Order shall piibllsli this Orderin
I Court and cause., wherein Telegraph shall publish thla OrderIn CBRY. namely: Fanny M. (Ireen, a widow; oontalnn 132 acres, more or less.ORKKTIMIM In nest four weekly Issues.. neSt four weekly Issues sealAt
Li ieeks divorce Bradford next four weekly Issues. Maggie 3. Downing Barnes. Plain Adam T. Oreen and Rosa Mae Green : Witness mv hand and official ssalHtarke Witness mv hand snd official
I Telegraph hall publish thla Witness my hand and official seal tiff. vs. Pfc. Augustine J. Barnes his wife: Lorenso D. Green and Mae YIIanll each of you are hereby at Florida this September Ptnrke, Florida, this ttoptembe*
next four weekly Issues at Starke, Florida, this September Defendant. Case Nn. 6H37. Green, his wife; I. J. Green also commandi'd, and, requIre to appear 211. 194?. :OF'FICIAI:
IS., my hand. and official seal 23, 1047. ORDER: OF PUBLICATION I known as Lloyd James, Ore en, individually pl"nd answer to the llltl of Com (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thomas, ( SEAL) A. j.' Thomas.
til". Florida, fills 1st .ay 'of (Official Seal) A. 3. Thomas AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I and as Administrator of plaint filmS against you In the n* As Clerk of said Court As Clerk of said Court. r1H.
4 As Clerk of said Court STATE OB" FLORIDA to PfO. the. Estate of Archibald Hardy nove, styled naune (lielng a suit to Hy Lunllle C. Conner D. P.Zuch t By LurlllM. O. ('onner, n. .
:dl S1AT:: ,) A, J. Thomas By Lucille' C. Conner t.P.k C. Augustine J. Barnes, whose residence Oieen. deceased and Inca Green inlet: LYnflrni anti establish In H. DniiKlas, GainesvIlle. Fla. O. Brown Sharks Florlitrt 9.34411047
Jit Clerk 'of said Court. T. Prank Landrum. : Fla. Is: GCM3 8. KlUabeth Street 'his wife; Katie. Belle Wlmberly: and pliilntlffs title to the above tie'w Atty. for lIf. 9-26 4t 10-17 AHr11 i.

Ic bIi'iliA C. Conner D. O.ilTI Atty. for Plf. 9-26 tt 10-11 Chicago 9, Illinois. __
Floridafor - - -
Knight, Starke, You are required. to appear on ... -1.J wr------ - -
PIt. 1013 U 10U! II!* CIRCUIT CO CUT. IIRABP'ORSCOIINTV.1 October 27. 1947 In the above named - - - -- - - -

I PLOHIUAl IN CHAN.CKIiV. ; Court and, cause, wherein plain -- f
<'W OPTli'wid .1..I'ICT.OY' ; : tiff seeks divorce and care and, -
[ of Public Instruction \t.. W. Herring, Plaintiff vs. Mary' custody, of minor ..bll,'. Pradford,
Llfnrd County Florida here Ida Herring Defendant. Cuss No County Telegraph shall. publish this
t. nnd gives notice of a 6976. Order In next four' weekly Issues. ft
tie 'lion to he held on rues ORDER OF PUBLICATION Witness my hand and official seal.
-.m-mbpr 4. 1947 In each of AND NOTICE TO APPEAR at Starke Florida, this September
',.iil| I tAX school districts offumy STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary 24. 1947.
anil' at the usual polIlue Ida Herring, whose residence Is: (OFFICIAL !SEAL) A. J. Thomas, t '
1 ; In each voting precinct 1415 Albany Avenue Waycross, As Clerk of said Court.
county and for each said Cloorffla. By Lurlllo C. Conner I). P.ir. prs .r
tc vole on the election of.Timtpps are required to' appear on O. Brown, Stance Florida, 0 _
of public schools of OcT:::. 27. 1947, In the above named Atty. for Plf. 9-20 4t 10-17 tI __
,'d County each trustee so Court And cause wherein plaintiff I
I K reside In different school, seeks divorce. Bradford County IN CIRCIIT (,0111'1', RHAUFORDCOVX >> '
..llntrlitu .and each trusten to Telegraph shall publish thla OrderIn TV, .FLOIUU.tIIAI: : ta; *
I,il on throughout Bradford next four weekly IsHiies. CKRY -
j Florida. and to assess mllIir Witness my hand and official Alice Cloo Parry Gardner Plaintiff III
the ensuing two years. seal at Htarke, Florida this Septem' vs. James Furman Uardner Defendant _
JmlllB tux to be assessed fnrIt her' 2:1: 1947.lUFFICIAL Case No. noon 4: 1iy
I nmlnti'nonce, and throe mills SEAL) A.. J. Thomas. OHDttlt: OP IM IIL1C4TIOV ANIqEl'ICI'l -
1 lie RHHpKHdil for school build. As Clerk .f said. Court. % TO 4PPI14H
Verve' fund. By Lucille C. Conner D. C. STATe OF KI.OIIIII toiJamos e ii
the purpose of holding said K. H. Duncan. 204 Lynch Building Furntan Gardner. whose residence :
,n In each district and preth JarkHonvlllft, Florida. Is unknown: _
following managers' are Atty. for rif. '-28 4t 10-17 You are required tn appear. 'on '
: November 3rd, 1947. In the above,
|teclNo Hampton: named Court and pause, wherein ,,, itcItbt; au _'
I1:* CIRCUIT COTRT. RRAItFORUC plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford a
,, Wnltcraonr 1 i', ,
'. IN (..HANCFiRY. .
Wynn 'Y. FI.ORIUtl County Telegraph' shall publish this ,
Ins Hardy Order' In nest four weekly Issues.
Dy.1 Joseph M. Ternes. Plaintiff vs Gertrude Witness mv hand and official' seal I -I-----
ft ;Nr 1 Starke (South) : K. Ternes., Uefundant. Case at Starke Florida, this let day ofOctober I Ilt'
KcmlrlckPeninrest No. 8950.oRrIiIR. 1947.OFF1CIAI c
IiriIgos, OF PITI'1L1CATION ( SRAL) A. J Thomns
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR As Clerk of said Court
'. frnsby STATF1 OF FLORIDA to: Gertrude Bv Lucille.. C. Conner D. C.
t Nn. 3-Starke (North) : K. Ternes, whose rcnldence and John J. Henderson Eaq, St. Augus
Prow address In: % Mrs. Kurt Haver tine. Florida' .
lallman, New York. 10124' .il; ,.
I1p..I.y Attys. for Plf loll| 4t I' '
William You are required. to appear 'on ,; 'I '
, _____
Williams October 24, 1947 In the above named IN CIRC!'IT COI HT \I1FOIID '
It Vo. 4LawteytIlilliard Court and cause wherein plaintiff tOINTY .....011(1) \I IN lION: > '"
seeks divorce. County ( :11": .
Alllltin Telegraph shall publish, thMs.. OrderIn Wilma. Taylor, Plaintiff. vs. fleorire, :
I Hurley next four weekly issues Washington Taylor Defendant.Cane : 1
r Hill! Witness my hand and official seal. No. 61G9.OHDF.H! 1I
( 'Nr. VanderbllO at Starke, Florida this September OF1 Pt'DLtrATTOV I
if. Norman Sr.
,fll Norman 2OFric'lAL:; : fcEAL) A. J. Thomas STATFI 0V FLORIDA to: Oeorge ,
Rent roe As Oleik of snlrl Court. Washington Taylor whose residence, .
I \hltchendkt Hy Lucille C. Conner. D. C. and address Is: Detroit. Michigan
kt IIJr..h..m '}'. Frank Landrum Sturke, Fla. are required to appear on
McKinney Atty. for Pit. 9-Id ft 10-17 Ocroob'.r: 17, 1947, In the above named
trf Rivers Court and cause wherein plaintiff
Htirrpncy IN ClltrrlT COI liT HH ,I.FOmcorvrv > seeks divorce and custody an,
v Pyal FLOIUM IN tItAN.: controj of minor children. Bradford :
J.t Nol\ -New River CElLO'. County Telegraph shall publish this -
|llih Andrews James O. Crntrtifleldr' ;' Plaintiff -vs. Order. In next four -weekly Issues.
H.. Johns, Jessie Dnl' CruU.bfleld, Defendant. Witness my.hand and official I
lik fei seal Starko. Florida, this Sep
) TnmIlflso\ n> SJ t tII Case ORDER No. 810F FOYRLICATION Vrtl; II4.OFFICIAL .

Irt ;Nn 15-Hellbron: AND NOTICE 'TO APPEAR ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
{ I Norman STATE OP FLORIDA to: Jessie As Clerk of said Court. I
Lucille I I C. Conner D. C.
whose residenceand Ity .
harp Crutchfleld
Dale ,
T. Frank Landrum, Starke. FloridaAtty. \
>y ;Norman addreiis Is: unknown. ,
u.. ClAmons You are required to appear on for Plf. 9-19 4t 1010CIRCUIT I I
''I* No. 16-Rllllnlrl October !20.! 1947. In the above named I '
Icy Kelly'rn.byry Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford, wherein County plaIntiff 1:11'COUNTY FLOH1UAI-COURT. IN CHANCERY What the ? 0&O National Guard :

lar LewleCrosby Telegraph four shall weekly publish.Issues this Order Hugh C.* Bryson, Plaintiff vs. Sara means to you. t
In next
1,.t No 18-Brooker:' Witness my hand and: official seal Walker Bryson Defendant Case
I BtnwtrtOalnoy Florida this September No. 118'70.ORbER. .
at Stance OF PTTTfLICATION ? .

Hrt gurrencv (0'FpVciAL SEAL)Court.A. J. Thomas STATE AND NOTICn 01? FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Sara 'A: : Message -frbm. thc :President_ of the United States ; (If f
non Edwards of said .
As Clerk Walker Bryaon whose residence Is* ..,
KiK-tion Preolnctt D. C. 5 ( '
ia C.
I 8. Sibley J By. 8.Lucille Harrison.Conner Law Exchange.. BldB. Carolina.1 Dawklns. Circle Union, South' : 'tw

I. SullivanlM"H"r.evy Atty.Jacksonville for \Pit.Fla._ .-19 4t 101lTO ( October You are 28. 1947 required, In the to above appear named on OWB our existence ir <
---' Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .,
Bt I 1031 WHOM NOTlelO IT MAY CONC'ERWNotice : seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this County OrderIn to the tradition of service of our every man an opportunity to give that .". ,.I/Oj) ,;"I'-'. ..\o.r.; i J

*IRITIT COURT \PflADFOHD Is hereby (given that I have Telegraph next four weekly :Issues. citizens. It was an army of citizen soldiers personal service: to his country and at the I ,',, \\1 ,.,,', '.' ". ."..' ,y'n'y.I',,, ; I I
rv PLORIUAln l74 CIIANc ; as Administrator .
Final Accounting Witness mv hand and official seal
filed my
for the Estate of LydIa at Starke, Florida this September which George Washington led to victory same time to advance hlmarlf. In National ,. : l
| Bishop Martin Plaintiff. Oeceaaed, and will on the 20. 1947. .!
CirllMla W, Martin, Defendant. Colley.21st day. of October 1147 apply to (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas 'in the American Revolution.At the end of Guard units all over the country thousands -
[No, 8008. Judge of Bradford CountyFlorida. As Clerk. of said Court. -
n OF PMIMCATIOT AND' County. for Final Discharge as said By Lucille C. Conner D. C. that war the first Congress asked General of veterans and other smbt1ous4Wasbingtuntogtebjsvfcwonwhatthe
I OTUH TO APPKAKrn Administrator. Martin J. Pearl 803 Graham Bid.*.,
| OF F1OHII tolP J. R. COLLET, Adm.r. Jacksonville Fla. young men are finding the opportunity to .
>I. W. Martin, whose residence 10-10. Att,.. for Plf.: '-J8 41 10-17 t
> l
Ut Charleston. South Caro- "RADFORDI tl CIRCUIT COI; '. BRADFORD '
IV CIRCIIT FIORIDAI COURT IN CHA.N- COUNTY FLOK'D.IN CHAN'Oldlne lie This was his answer: I: advance in their civilian Jobs. They are ,, '
are required to appear on I COUNTY "KRY. .
ther 3rd. un, Inl the above IINC" IIJIJ*. OF PARNTH-L Ray. Marty Plaintiff vs. Lots finding the fellowship that is part and 4
''I 1 Court and cause wherein : PETITION TYSON HI Lunllle Marty Defendant. Case No. ce. every citizen who enjoy the
lift ....k. etvarc. and cue- I TYSON AND HENNA AN 6985. parcel of America. They are participating
of child 'Bradford WIFE FOR THE ENTRY TO ORDER OF PUBUCATION 'protection of a free government, _ _ _
ty Tel.graph shall publIsh this ORDER 01"" ADOPTION NAME: OF DORIS AND NOTICE TO APPEAR twcsti'Dot,05hl In a sports and recreation program that
In I.orne. CHANGE THE of
next fourweekly STATE OF FLORIDA to Lois a proportion
acts my hand and official seal ELLEN FLEMINO, A Lucille Marty whose residence Is: keeps them fit. And they are receiving thetraining ,
.'TSS, Florida,. this lit day of Case No.Pl"FlLICATION 4044 Unknown.You |ti* property but even of his perooal -) H.,. A.....' .
OF '
required to- appear on that helps
8KAJ) A..t. ThomasAs AND NOTICE TO APPEAR to: L" October 27 1947 In the above named service to the defense of it.- keepjAmerica strong. U..N.f1.1UIl Ommnl tttjlfi *.*
('Ierk of ."ld Court. STATE OF FLORIDA III IU Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .
By Lucille C. Conner D. C address Vir. seeks divorce. Bradford County!
I.' H" nd 'Aug05ylorida. BramblJtoiT Avenue Norfolk, this Order H .
rsan, Esq., Telegraph shall weekly publish Issues. .., C4...- __ I
orOctober In next four
for Plf. lOll 4t 10'24': "YOU are required to appear Witness mY hand and official seal

IRenE rot' -BT. BHADPOHOFLOItmil Court 20.and 1947.cause In. the wherein above nam..d Par- at Stark, Florida this September'orWciAL t Ymftt fi- tin ftte' limn toch week that nan :young mm 17 ytan alt saayfoljgA. \ .J r.u.-d.r. YnJaJa.,

I l.ry It Y. I* CHAN- nell Tyson Order and Renna of Adoption Tyson, and hit SEAL) A. J. Thomas you I fttl.fI1i". yur local National Guard National Guard. Far cempUtt information H 'rs'w' *' bd 4'"

14"V.. Bruce, Plaintiff vs. Ada wife Change seeks of name of Doris CountY EII.n A By* Clerk Lucille of C.said Conner Court.D. C. vmt' fUaiant ana" profitable. Pay it baud about the National Guard in;your commit- U .

RDER, Defendant. Case No. 1953. Fh.mlnll' a shall minor.publl.h Bradford this Ord.r Ray Selden. Daytona Beach Fla. an INtO Any pay teal. Vtltrtoa", obtain ovary contact officers of that unit or aritt itn f'j WW............
op PUBLICATIONNOTICE T.lelfraph II-Ie 4t 10-17
r> TO APPEAR In next four weakly 1..10.offIcial. ...1 Atty. for Plf. tIN tamt tank MId upon authargt. And Adjutant General a/your Mat, J- ,..._Al.... II..ier
VTB Ada DIY hand and BR OUFORt) '
OP FLORIDA to: Witness IX r.R'I'.T COURT.
.. whom residence Is unknown. at atarke Florida this SeptemberoVVVcrAL -OI''TY. F1.0HID4I IN. IHAN':
I are required. to appear on KEEP THE PE'ACEI 'i 'ttdiNiL)
. J. Thomas 4HELP
""C soth,_ m7. In the above ( SEAL) A. Wood'e'Vaye Patrick. Plaintiff, v. _

lift" Court desks and
'y Telegraph shall publish thisIn Atty. for PIt. 1-18 4t : oV' PUmJCATIONAN
r next four weekly Issues. NOTICE: TO APPEAR .
Itne.s my hand anl 'official : C.Rrl'.T ('Ot'RT, BRADFORD SPATE OF FLORIDA to William
pt at kI9.n Florida, this Sep. cot''TY J1'LORIDA' IN Hoyt Patrick. whose residence Is: Get Additional Information From Sergeant of tho United St.tm
13th, plaintiff Lawrencevllle. Georgia.You .
ICIAL SEAL) A. 3, Thomas Edith Lancaster Turner Defendant are required to appear 'on
,"l of said Court. v. Herman T. Turner, October 27, 1947 In the above named
u'ille' wherein plaintiff Szmczak At Starke Armory Any Weekday -
c. Conner, D. C. i .oRDER8OF PITBLICAT10N Court and cause '
Knight l Stance, Fla. seeks divorce. Bradford County ..
for Plf. 0-10 |t 10-19 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Herman Telegraph shall publish this Order .

I'F.I ".or.TAX'e APPLICATION Rill DBF.D.... lfUll* FOR October T.known.STATE You Turner are 20.,OF whose 1941.required FLORIDA, In residence the to above to appear: Is:rant-Un-on at In OFFICIAL a.Witness next Starke 1947. four,mY Florida SEAL hand weekly) and this A.Issues.official J.September Thomas seal You Are Needed In Hq. Co., 2nd Bn.,. 124th Inf. -- ENLIST NOW! I

TieK III HEREBY GIVEN, That whar.ln plain-
an,1 Court.By
"Tantlc National PanS of .,1 Court divorce and restoration. As Clerk of said D C. ._ ._.__ _
seeks C. Conner --- ---- -- ---- _ _
"'' tiff Lucille --------- -jt- -- -- ------- -0--- _
flVille. ndeIlllrh Will Bradford CountY -- -- ---- -- -----
Trustee of msideO nam. : O. Brown. 8tarke. FloridaAtty. ; I;
of Order
deceased holder T.legrsph shall publish this ": for Ptf. .-'* *< 1017N 5

''lay ccrtiti.ste of August Xo. A.581! D.. Issued 1833 has the ;In nest tour mY We hand ly and IssuCs.officIal' seal CIRCUIT ;flIRT' IIRAuroRA THIS AD SPONSOHED BY THE FOLLOWING NAT IONAL (U\Hl) BOOSTERS
Witness !
:am fI and has Florida, this September IN CHANKcurry .
; .1. .
'. t10nmror a ta* deed to at Stark. < OI NTY..

.'uod thereon. *aid certificate 17.FVl4JjAL SEAl,)> A. J. Thomas SEnT.'urnie hf Plaintiff vs.McOormlk .
s the following described. ( said Court. Scurry. iJefenant. -
r* the Bradford, As Clerk D. C. J'uar.nla' KOCH BARKSDALE'S STORE
f 7 i5 Florida Couatyof.. : Nt 1.10..111.. C. Conner Bid., .. Case No. 9975.ORTIER '
to-wltt Duncan. 10f Lynch ( P PtRLI"A'T1ONANT
3r '''K"0 of NWH\ NM 'ofof R. H. Fla.. ) SlYI'f<:'E TO APPEAR .
8WV 8.... 14. Township 4 Jack.onYIII"for Plf. t-n 4' 1010I'S' STATE OF FLORIDA to: Eugenia ,..ILEILA'S
". nanirs }j Kast. containIng AUY. McCermlck Scurry whose residence DRESS SHOP
more or less. COI.IIT.
.."..sment of the said. prop-. T" FLO5liDP IN tHAN.CEET. ":You ar. required to appear otttetober .
Under the said certificate Ise 1 47. In the above nam-
. 24. t
.. vs.Doflld ;
In the name of: Unknown. JesTt Bausw.ll. Plaintiff. ed Court and "cause wh.reln plain. ,
.nl.e? said certIficate shall be Gloria Wayne Bauew.11 Det.nda1lt. lift lacks divorce. Bradford. County B & M DRIVE INN E. T.
. -I according to law the No. 5958. Telegraph shall publish. this Order SHULL Plumbing & Heating
1" described there) will be Case ORDER tiP' prPlLrCA'I'TONAND next four weekly
'h,"us, door en the first Mon- STATE or FLORIDA to tu'nald .t BtVrke. Florida this .eptemberAL

_In the. (9(month( &. ted of day November.Wkl.p5 of yo-, Wayne sakROW.Yes B..II.- who.. resid.orSIa .5October U.lorP'ICTAL I'S?. ) A. .... Taol-sa.. N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR., AGENCY SAM ROSENBERG & SON
: to
U41. re4lZirId Clerk of sail if
": attlt day of BepUmJAJ' 114 In the above nam.ed A. Lucille Co Conner. D. C.T .
TUI" 10. It I,"
pliTh- 1r 1-
Court and cause. wherein Frank Ladrm.. IItar"! 71* $ $ $ &
SEAL) A. J. Thomas, tiff seeks divorce .nd re.toraU.aoC Coty Att.,. tee I'lL S-IS' 46 11-17 -
', Circuit Court .f Bradford maldes .am. Bradtorel
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