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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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S Tornadoes Meet St. Leo Tonight I \




t innua! Homecoming Event Here
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH't!

,easing/ 33-O defeat half," said Tornado! Conch Carson

," result af last Fri. Griper.
IK' Bradford Tornarm In the third quarter, Bradford
". with what has got tho ball for the first time and
) i in. Official County Publication Established In 1877I'MJUIUA.
u -
good team" when made four straight first downs. A
RJI,'?.< /a
at wo (Dade City) in pass was attempted on Palntka's -.------ __ j
tel ---- -- --- n ---- -- -------- -- -
.d purl tonight. Since this 23: yard line, a Palatka guard deflected \'OLI'J\ ,: SJ.F.X'n..' elAnha!? tlUb.iY, NUVK.MHT.H "7,104> "NIINISFIi'ONN:

Bradford( High's Home- the ball into the arms of -- __ __ __ .h_ __ n. ___ __ _
I.
"sport" observers ex'n their left end, who ran the ball "

'n local Tornadoes to put up a across Once the again Bradford In the third goal. quarter, Starke Sees Greatest Hallowe'en Parade Ever Staged Here '

starke team was slightly the Tornadoes carried the ball.

.upped last week because near the Palatka 20 yard line, only

II-at stringers, Shull. Frazier, to lose it on a bad snap from cen ,

and Ray, were unable. to ter.In
,tin heavy equipment dur- the fourth quarter, the Tornadoes

\\'ecks practice. The play- got the ball to the Palatka]
ere injured in previousfirst 20 again, were penalized, and then
I
lost the ball again.; Palatka] scored\

half of last Friday's their fifth and last touchdown.

with Palatka was marked The fourth quarter was marked I
fr blocking and listless play. also when Edward Shull Bradford I

v the Tornadoes At no quarterback, suffered a broken
the half did Bradford noae.
.tiring
'? the offensive since Pa- Despite the fact that the Tornadoes II

kept the ball the entire:, per I didn't hold the ball until
i scored 21 points. 'after the half they made ten first I
? very much disappointed In I I downs during; the remainder of the hYeea: F

>y the boys played the first (game.



Is Are Cancer Threatening U. S.In t w e i
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Trusler ys In Speech Here -__- _- __ ____+ _' a t +C w,, ', .,M etI4 frh t



rrlbing Communism a*an Inui ,
try Dean Trusler mentioned: Out
disease the "cancer"tuberculosis" lawing the party; prohibiting

: that attackscan Communists front holding public 1
democracy. Harry R. office; barring them from teach 4k b /

ct, Dean Emeritus of the ing positions in our schools: deporting -A r 4 '
riity of Florida Law College, alien Communists; deny
Ward In a stirring address ing citizen Communists the rightto

the Rotary Club here Wed. be officers In labor unions; per

mlttlng employers to discharge __ _

purpose of Communism la Communists at will; and last but ) '"r

rthrow by force' the Gov- not least letting our legislators Y a i u.;

nt of the United States," know that we demand safe ", ,
.
!'f i.. "'I'n"I
Trusler stated emphasizing guards against Communism

.">. that he was not attempt- "We have tried sweetness and

u make an Inflammatorj light; and the Communists have
but simply to face the Is- flourished and grown fat/' Dean
allstlcally. "Everywhere it Trusler said. "It has, been said
Ccfmunlsm has been set that restrictive measures will A
iy \
force and maintained bye drive them underground' but I 1 I

," he said "No people say that they are already under- .
ft boon able to throw it off ground! I would much Aprefer to r

aid do to us what it hasto see the Communists reformed by I:
all others-strip us of education, but I am afraid that

opcrty; regiment: our lives; most of them are pathologicalcases :t I,
us of the protection of and impossible] to reason
.ependent Judiciary; deliver. with. We've got to /get tough with ,[ i:

"1', bound hand and, foot, to. Communists In this country be- I"" ,)
potters of a small minority I cause that fs the only language

powers of life and death; they understand," Dean. Trusler 1 ;
ice the fruit of our labors stated.

It to continue the enslave- Given ... '
ptatlo _
.
at'' the world"!! "" ",,..,.;,: ,..n'Tf Jtslnlp" the, -._1''f' "ifr: JC as iM chi eee. ..i..one picture I tall black. topper;',, s4 he.. raises his It .approaches. -v-lMfliMeti. :: l. district. Middle l'Iaht"-catch. a happy r with BHS.oetfwtteaderi at the i iI '

AVPro i fee"Crwt rytfieesln and when Russia attacks us, the Is worth a; thousand words baton giving- the' signal for the verve group of',.kindergarten. agers as I I head of ''the-' li* column; followed. by. \\ ,

| the work of the-Con- .then the above scenes should givea I parade of more than 700 costumed Second row '(left) scene: Mrs.L. they skip down Temple Avenue Band. I
mal Committee on 'Tincan -' more, Communists we have In our I children to start from the school A. Canova BHS' music teacher holding hands. Miniature devilon The Parent-Teacher Association '
faint idea of the color noise,
Activities and denounc-i midst the more traitors we have.I house grounds. Directly behind holds aloft the Primary Depart. right end Is Dave Long I sponsors of the Carnival, cleared! i

ore who make light of Its I, for one do not want them to I thrill and excitement that went i Mm are the high-stepping BHS ment placard as Principal Cnas. At lower left kindergarten nOD from the day's events which It

I, Dean Trusler pointed oat, be'in key positions. We are forcedto Into Starke'sj greatest Hallowe'en' Majorettes setting the pace for S. Partin (center background) assistant Martha Wood lends a centered around the U8O buildingon ,
parade which highlighted the annual Washington Street. ,
certain quarters it has been 'choose between Russia and I the multitude to follow. Smallest keeps a watchful eye on proceed guiding hand to her charges ,
red, "smart" to bo a I PTA Carnival held. here last Mrs Junlus M. Smith PTA !
x red parlor America. I choose America!" Friday(? afternoon starting at 1 Majorette is expert baton-twirler InA's.Center Hoop-skirted Colonial dame Is president, expressed appreciation '

like I .At the conclusion or his stir ,o'clock. Jo Ann Smith. scene shown the paradersas Kay Hart yesterday to all organizations and

said.the"I committee1 think it has ther anal ring speech Dean Trusler was ac- At1'i upper left may be seen Parade At upper tight the parade to they pass the Florida! Theatre Lower center scene gives a individuals who helped In anyway II'

Rotarian I Marshall A. J. Thomas, In seen at the courthouse corner as building. blrdseya view of the marcher ,.to make the event a success.
function to perform, and. corded an ovation by the .
t would be a grave mistake. and W. II. Nollman, paying (

have it. I approve of its high tribute to the address suggested I Edwards Awarded Trustees NamedIn J I Stores To Close Asked To

gallon let t enough of Hollywood.to expose Why Com-?I: that a copy of it be sent ', For ArmisticeMayor County'Boards Participate ,I ''I


unlsta'U. We, should how many know there who are are,' to "The of Rotarian"Rotary International.. official publication ] I Supervisory JobThe Dull ElectionA. yesterday II.that C. Wall sv majority announced of In Paving Around School Grounds 'If[ ,

'hat they are doing, in orderan The speaker was Introduced byl Htaihe business holmes havo ,

should intelligent treatment.: Judge E. K. Perryman who office of Superintendent of L. Green of Brooker. H. CHarley signified their Intention of Action against "trsith dumpers"and W. M. Edwards: a member of
be allowed to
not
-hind an iron curtain. Health charge of arrangements for the I Streets at a salary of $100 per of Lawtey and S. A. Weldon cloving all day next Tuemlar- county road employees who the Starke City Council appeared '

a furnish us a precedent.often ., program. J month wa awarded to W. M. Edwards of Starke were elected Tuesday Armistice school Day. It however will not and b drive equipment too fast featuredthe at the''regular meeting of the j I''
a holiday ,
November of the
Investigate who have ; at the regular monthly to comprise the new three.man cbuwes wW be held M usual. Board of meeting Commissioners School Board Monday and requested I
muse diseases. Communism Crew Surveying meeting of the City Council here Board of School Trusteeswhich No observance Is plamed loc here Monday County that the Board Include In
Infectious social disease; It ruesday night. Mr. Edwards was will replace the present 21 ,r
cancer or tuberculosis at- Lawtey-State Farm the sole bidder on the newly trustees on January 1. ally.A W. W. Thurman unitary officer its next annual budget a propertlonate -

J American democracy. To Road For PavingState created city Job which provides In Tuesday's balloting, voterealeo majority of merchants signed with the County Health Department share of the paving costs
in wild would be as foolish that the holder must furnish a s petition to close circulated. appeared before the Boardprotesting on a project that would Include
near-unanimous endorse-
let engineers for in connection with his gave Wednesday by Marshal W. E. the dumping of trash.
cancer or tuberculosis Road Department car use ment to the recommended 6-mlll this Improvement to city streets,
Bd." extra to the Thorn ton. and refuse on the county public
iutles at
no expense
Tuesday surveyingthe to school
started levy for general school purposes.A adjacent property namely -
roads. This practice Is becominga
.4"1IMd Mint Answer f between the Blty. total of 161 approved this levy
five miles of road Activated sanitary nuisance In various Washington Street on the
rating out that "freedom of which Under provisions of the recently while 19: voted for a threemilllevy. 3rd Bn. ; '.
North and
and Lawtey
Street the
h Is State Farm ordinance creating the sections of the county Mr. Thur. Eighth on
the Invariable defensery adopted In Command '
has promised to Long man stated. South of Bradford High School.
radical caught la.wrong- the department position. It will be the duty of the Likewise the proposed three.
Dean Trusler stated that hardsurface in the near future.A superintendent to supervise proper mill levy for school building reserve Effective: yesterday. Nov 6, the The Board authorized the placing Mr. Edwards stated that the total
Uywood is almost completed upkeep and maintenance of all Inf. National of suitable signs where neededon estimated cost is The
"pinks" have been similar survey fund was given the stampof 3rd Bn. 124th Florida 96.00000.
that a man ha the Con- on the road between Brook- city streets and sidewalks; also approval with 139 votes being Guard was completely activated the county roads and the Sheriff Board declined to take any actionfor (
oral right to and Springs, also lewer and drainage systems: to with Lt. Col. T, T. Longof was requested to enforce vigorously
speak er and Worthington east in favor of it, and 79 against.As or against the i project. The
the state laws
anything he pleases, and scheduled for early hardsurfaclng. !keep in repair all fence erected expected Voting was extremely Starke assuming command prohibitingthe ,
these grounds) their counsel No survey has yet been startedon to prevent animals from running light all over the county Lt. Col. Long and Capt. R. G., dumping of trash and refuse Board directed the Superintendent -

tlsed them to refuse to the road between Hampton and at large in the city and to supervise with a total of only 356 being cast. Kldd. Battalion 8-2 (Intelligence: on public highway. to Inform the City Council
r the committee when asked Thereasa. which la also included all workmen employed by the It is estimated that 250O were Officer) were In Eustls last night Several complaints were also by letter that expenditure of
y are Communists or not. In the hardsurfaclng program I city In connection with the duties qualified. for activation ceremonies of Headquarters made about trees being cut down Capital Outlay funds would depend -
made pre ,outlined Company. 3rd Bn., the and the tops and limbs being left upon a favorable recommendation -
being
.J should are
know
that apeak- surveys
The Green from School Board resident
refusing I to two to advertising for bids Berry S. Johns was appointed last company) to activate and make In drainage ditches and watercourses of the Survey Staff from e
speak are paratory District 3. was high man. receiving -
Inspector to 3rd the first thereby contributing to the State Department of Educa
and the Battalion com
different Road Department. ,electric plumbing '
things. Dean Trued by the State a total of 231 votes. Barley 1
unfavorable .. tlon.
has an drainage problem.The
Joe Martinez who pletely activated In the Florida
"A refuse to I replace 1 received 340
man may from District ;
leave of Board went on record as condemning Nelson T Green
a 60-day National Guard. met with the
Unless he Is questioned by been granted &JIdVedon.] from District 6, tallied -
Y constituted authority with Funeral Monday t:absence. 217. They were the only Both Lt. Col. Lone and Capt. such practices and requested Board and requested that some
Kldd will continue to make their the Sheriff to exert every definite action bit taken against
Uon L. L. Beasley was reappolntedto
mat- J. O.
whose
over the subject For Robinson'i three candidate. names
effort to offenders of this
for headquarter. in Starke. bring vehicle drivers who pass school
Eoard of Bond Trustees
questioned by such anty the were qualified to go on the ticketOf before t
nature tile courts for
61, prose busses while loading unloading
or
he must answer or be In James Louis Robinson diedI I i.three-year term. I the various names "written in"In cution. ; !
apt' suddenly Saturday morning at the It was decided to charge a feeof I some districts, only Mrs. Florence Monticello Band school children. The Board agreed s
I The County Road Supervisorwas to take up the matter with the'
right where he wasa all houses being moved B Brown polled any considerable
of) freedom of speech State Prison Farm, $25-for Expresses Thanks Instructed to enforce a maximum proper) enforcement authorities.
'II be the city with the excepion number receiving a total
abused than I through "
any more employe.He speed limit of 40 miles l
per P. L.
veteran Bridges met with the
right to bear bed of 16x16 hutments.W. of 93. Members of the BHS Band have
arms can his widow lour for the road maintenance
county
>by> carrying razors and long is survived by In A. Bessent was awarded aContract The vote by sub school districtswas received the following letter of Board and requested a right-of-
teacher trucks while being driven
Robinson a way for the extension of Wash.'
" r the of Mis. Ola the floorsIn : appreciation from George Dun
refinishing
right of freedom sons.Everett. for herd-surfaced and 23
4 over roads
011 can be Was- the Starke school: &nd Hall at $12O. Thcressa: Green 6, Harley a, navant director of the Monticello ington and Eighth Streets by the
abused by Meryl. Floyd. RobI I the City miles an hour over graded roads. football park and baseball field.
.
Band
6.liamptont
lot Weldon
I 1I'lt.polygamy. Dean Trusler tl- ert of Jacksonville: his mother Mayor H. C. Wall and SafetyCommissioner Green 11, Harley t, "In behalf of the Monticello The Board decided to alternatethe The Board's endorsement of an
Few if con Sevill.; M. Smith re-
Junlus
any
Robinson I diesel fuel oil business of
1 Mrs. Elizabeth Weldon 9. Band I want to thank you for the the application of Piedmont Bible
e" rights are without excep- three sisters, Mrs. R. L. Smith'Crescent I ported on a survey they recently N. Starke Green 68, Harley 65, gracious reception and hospitality county between the resident bulk Schools for Recreation Center
.d that said and It U possible city; Mu. E.: 1\1. Nicholas -. I made as to needs for additional Weldon 50 Mrs. Brown 53. extended to us when we were InStark. oil agents of the county and for Army Air Base Keystone Heights

'11I m ifnI'S the advocacy of Com- Seville, and Mrs Nina Pennington 1 blinker lights, stop lights. stop S.Starke: Green 40. Harley M; .. Please give our thanks the next six months the businesswas for use as a sits for educational
the marker
'm not fall within of Tallahassee; and two I Igns, 'and directional Weldon 38; Mrs. Brown 32. to the citizens of Starke who so awarded to H. E. Tucker and religious purposes was made "
;:( "f speech guaranteed by brothers E. 1101. and I. C. Robinson throughout the city. The reportwas Lawtey: Green 51. Harley 33 kindly opened their homes to our agent for the Sinclair Refining Co. by J. T. Quigley The Board

to"stltutlon.' Just as inclte- of Seville. turned over to the Street Sup- Weldon 23. Mrs Brown 8. band members. P. L. Bridges was employed to ranted the request for endorsement

ti crime Is not Included. Funeral services were held In erintendent, for carrying out.It Vanderbilt: Green 7. Harley 6. '1 hope that In the future the administer the new Coifnty Hospital

:JtinkRg'.ted: t Remedies Church at Seville was announced that the new Weldon 6.Graham. Starke Band may be able to visit Fund, with authority to represent No further business coming to i
the evU Is great enough the Baptist afternoon at 3 o'clock. city audit has been completed and : Green 17. Harley 17 us In Monticello. the Board and to administer the attention of the Board 1L B.
It.fy prohibition of the ad- Monday the Seville at 17.Continued. "Brit wishes for a successful the fund
was In summary will be published Weldon as he sees fit. under Crosby's motion to adjourn was
lot Communism" he stated. Interment under the direction ot a ( on pace eight band. (Continued on pace eight) seconded by J. 11'. Brown
'
ure, that could be used Cemetery Crescent Cit. an early date. r
4 Frank of
tonununists: in this corm Clayton .



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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKK. JPLORIDA FRID.'!_ IrQtEJtaeg J



t Bradford County Telegraph,I PAGES FROM OUR PAST For Martinez Porto To Rico Leave JobJoe Offers Ronnie-Donnie Children's Store Texas Where several,Mr.came weeks Sat t".n..-Oradtol'tl. -'roll) (

ESTABLISHED 1877 C L MATTHEWS. OwNCR-EoiTOR Apparel and GiftsThe hl tory ag' aaeC bead
Martinez, "outside" superintendent atl nl .,
Compiled Ity Buddy Davis The Telegraph runs half size Christian t
Fubllnhed Every Friday and Entered as SecondOfflre I this issue. Editor E. S. Matthews of the City Light & Water Ronnte-Donnle Store, hand. 19 oli, ge At PreeH I
60 teaching
YEARS AGO
lass. !Matter at the font at Starke, MIL explains that new machinery for plant, was granted a provisional ling Infants' and children's Ch"0'' In tawb'
wear, attending
(From the Oct. 29, 1887, Issue of night
leave of absence until 1
I the press room had to( be Installed January will open Saturday, Nov. 8, at University chlwi al
The Starke .
Telegraph) uf
at the regular meeting of the Florida
7 1947 and the linotype operator Is 228 E. Call Street. This In
MEMBERBubxorlptlon : In Starke, a colored faith doc- III. Board of Bond Trustees Monday newestablishment earn his Ph D Or
tor has been around the past week, will carry toys and The name
$:? Annually >411.10 For 8lx Months "doing wonders and raking In the "But business Is booming in nlgbt. Christmas gift items in addition Ronnle-Donnle of lb. new
coins." In the meanwhile, work Starke. F. C. Holllngsworth In- Mr. Martinez plans to leave November :to boys' and girls' clothing up to of the names of v a comb,'
has been resumed on the new tends to build a modern, up-to- 11 for, San Juan, Porto the age of 12 years. year-old twin the Savag
ARMISTICE DAY SO WHAT? jail, and "ere long Bradford will date electric shoe shop and J. L. Rico to accept employment with The owners, Mr. and Mrs. L. a. The family sons
the Long Corporation of Charleston Is
have a place to put Its pet birds." Simmons I la planning a plumbing Savage, both originally from Frazee home. reSiding
i Is Armistice and shop. Arthur Williams proprietor S. C., contractors on a large
Next Tuesday: Day perhaps your re- Madison avenue Is being graded-
action will be "So What?" What's the use of even mentioning the work Is in charge of Prof. of the Williams House, is housing project. I
a day that has lost all its significance that has be- Young, and 'that alone Is sufficient making plans to enlarge his hotel. The Bond Trustees granted the
come a hollow mockery, serving only to remind us that although guarantee that It will be Friday evening, Mrs. E. L. Biggs' leave and will attempt to have the
well done." gave a bridge party at her homeon present personnel of the plant The SMART
World War this
it marked the end of one day was SB-IUII)
Mlases Julia Wall, Lizzie North Walnut. The guests included carry on the work now being done
Sweat
,
r only the preface to a far greater and more terrible war to Ella Rivers, and Kittle Strong are Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, by Mr. Martinez. However, If it Come In And See This New
/ come? on the "programme" for the Literary Mi-, and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins J. W. Is found necessary to hire a man Liner
Celebrate? We agree there is nothing indeed to cele- Society Friday night. Nearby Andrews Jr., Marcus Brown, and for this job between now and Jan
brate. And yet Armistice Day. although it has lost its W H. Rivers advertises "car Misses Nelle Roberta and. Hilda uary the leave of absence will be'
original significance, might still serve a worthwhile purpose wheel tobacco and the best five I Struth. cancelled It was said.f'Rt. .
if it causes us to pause and remember that Peace, so dearly cent cigars." The new Woman's Club will
won in 1917, was lost again in 1941 largely because this City News! formally open Friday evening.Mrs. -
country neglected to maintain the strength that would have Mayor Knight has been on the N. D.Wainwright, Mrs. J. H. 'R / s ..rV
sick list. Ritch, Mrs. D. E. Knight, and Mrs.
of international
:stopped further aggression on the part ban-
First frost of the season on last J. M. Mitchell are on the receiv-
dit.
Friday night. ing committee. fortune'sflatter
Even now it is estimated that there are more men under Mr. Chas. Darby has been in The W. T. Weeks Chapter of
arms than shortly before the Second World War. Save in .the city on a visit to his parents V.D.C. gave a most enjoyable silver 2 your fIg
:the Western Hemisphere, there is no real peace anywhere The bank is surely coming. It tea at the home of Mr. and .t.R f
on earth. Violence, disorder, oppression these are the takes time to move large bodies. Mrs. L. A. Davis on West Madison J i u Because Foriumt!fa

:symbols,of the postwar world. And, as inevitably occurs in Starke will not get any new street. The hostesses were assisted \ Is 10 gracefully POised
an age of suspicion and unrest, the liberties of peoples every- railroad unless they are up and by Hazel Middleton, Mary Can- HOWDY FOLKS on
where are being limited and destroyed.The doing. ova Lucile Mitchell, Harriet Ritch, A husband Is one who lays 1 springy "Up-R,8hi", plotfe.i .
Mr, and Mrs. Thomas have mov- and Elsie Jones. down the law to his wife and :they bstttr
position of the United States in this dark and dan- ed to their beautiful your poit
P8nolllll81Charle.
gerous time is clear. We, with a handful of allies, none of south of Starke. place just who has Just re- then accepts all her amend- step up your pep.|In|)IN,,
Darby, meats.Barry.
whom are economically or militarily powerful, are the last And under f
a new column "We turned from a trip to New York e new color
citadel of individual freedom. The American government, Wonder:"
and other northern cities, arrived "You look .
,1 i in its dealing with the other powers, is the leader of the If there Is really to be a wedding here on Saturday for a short visit the matter' dejected.What's
forces of freedom the forces of darkness and the In town soon?
against with his brother A. M. Darby. ;Joel "It's the light bill."
total state. If they,people of Bradford are Horace Wilson of the Universityof harry "You mean It's so
The duty of the United States is equally clear. That glad If the liquor is gone 1 Florida spent the week-end at big?"

y. duty is to maintain our strength.IT much the noise band boys realize how the home of his parents, Mr. and Joel "No. I told my wife I
they make?
Mrs. E. L. Wilson.
Pith spent every night.at home the c
and Point Some
find men Harold C. Wall has purchased a six weeks she was gone anti
fault
because
HAPPENED IN MAINE. .. lucky enough to they are never j tine bird dog.J. then today the light bill came. '" "
find anything It was for 30 cents!" '.<.:::. "
J. Truby brought to the Telegraph "
else. '
The recent fires that ravaged the Maine woods and ""
caused such great property damage and loss of life should 23 YEARS AGO I office Monday the first ripe That's the first time we ever
remind all of us that the same thing could happen in Florida (From the Oct. 27. 1922, Issue) j strawberry of the season. heard of anyone worrying because -

if a high wind should arise during an extremely dry period: the bill was too little.-
Even though Florida rarely has such great forest fires, Charles E.'BennettAddresses average Russian can only secure but It's nice to know that you
with 3,385: hours of labor. More don't have to worry about your .
every year more than 25,000 wildfires raze thousands of Lions
acres of our woodslands causing more than eight millionsof over, from all reports, the differential auto service bill being too bigIf
Monday bring car to the
dollars damage. The timber lost every year is enough' NightrLiiii between the Income of Temple you & Lake your Service Station -

to build 40,000 five-room houses a much greater loss than I boss and worker Is less favorableto where the service Is bent 6.95
money alone, since the acute housing shortage is due mainly : the worker in Russia than in and most economical. J

s to lack of lumber for builders. America, contrary to all of the ""

'\\; Records of the fire control branch of the Florida Forest I- I propaganda which fellow travelers GULF OIL PRODUCTS .,,';-,;t' TO
Service show that 72 percent of all woods fires are caused pass around." Washing Polishing

fI') i deliberately, 27 percent are the result of carlessness, and one "Despite our great achievementIn Greasing: r

percent are caused by lightning. We MUST cut down those America,. however, we cannot Temple & Lake 8.95
'W high percentages, for at the rate we have been burning our Service
!' afford not to continue to improve.Our Station
,, woodslands in recent years our wood supply has shrunk '
ff twenty-six percent in the past ten years. At this alarming current Congress has been Phenel79 .

fir r rate a decline, Florida COULD go out of the timber producing extremely..reactionary.. ....... They havefailed' 0 L ,.
business. 'to pay!enough attention to

h This ;year the Forest Service began its annual fire prevention rights'of small businessmen and
t, program on November 4 and it will continue through average people. They have shown
this In a variety of ways an income -
, i March the months of Florida's worst fires. iNOO
tax bill that made no provision iQUALITY
tJ Yes-it happened In Maine-and it,could happen here.A for Increasing exemptions;

.s numerous enactments which increased -
high prices, starting fromthe
-WEEK- WORTH
OBSERVING
repeal of the excess profits

'There' a Week for this and a Week for that A tax; removal of some corporations

; Week for almost anything you'd care to mention and this Charles E. Bennett --- I from the.of anti-trust other ill advised laws and acts avariety.

practice has been carried to such extremes in recent years and omissions, from raising tariffsto IS QUALITY YOU THUS
r that if Charles E. Bennett
a person attempted to recognize all the "Weeks" pro-, prominent faUure to act In the housing
moted by various interests he'd be in the midst of some sort Jacksonville attorney and candidate situation".

of observance fifty-two times a year. for Congress spoke Monday' Bennett Is a World War II,veteran
evening before the
Starke Lions
But every once in a while a "Week" does come 'along Club. His topic was "Our Ideological and a bolder of a Silver Star
that deserves soma degree of recognition if only a pas- Challenges". for gallantry in action. He is
I sing mention-and such, we feel is the 4-H Club Week currently Bennett outlined the arguments active in various civic work and
I' being observed throughout the nation. ,which are put forth for communism la a past president of the Jack-
It is with interest that we have noted recently the and showed how they fall sonville Junior Chamber of Com- )'. '
l organization to work in merce and a past member o* the
of many new 4-11 Clubs throughout Bradford out practice. He pointed, Florida Legislature. ,
County. The impetus to this program has derived from the free the material success of the A. B. Baker, president of the -

employment of a Home Demonstration Agent for the county, of life enterprise and the, other democratic way Starke Lions' announced that the I :

thus making it possible to enlarge the 4-H program to include the American system benefits in regular meeting time win be ," '\ \,"
girla' clubs, whereas before only boys could be included. He said "All of ua should changed from Monday night to I "
Membership in the 4-11 the appreciate Wednesday night at T:30: o'clock
organization is free for boys and priceless blessings of
beginning next week
girls between ten and twenty-one years! of age. It is open freeJom and opportunity that we
to all who will adhere to the rules of the organization. They American people enjoy. We should
1 Ii' must do a certain amount of work for themselves and their also appreciate the material prosperity ,

\ communities, they must attend meetings, they must com- to America.that our system has brought Coma to the Bradford County ,
k'' plete their projects, and they must cooperate with their fel- "An Telegraph for your office Sup
* low club members for their own good and the good of the hours of American work worker In 113 pU_ Rubber bands, pencils, carbon -
club as a unit. produce purchasing paper, legal forms, etc. We
power for himself that an Have .
A
Ia.raePpl7.)
In the club they learn a great deal about agriculture and

home economics, about working together, about working for
their community and country. They have a good time at
their work and they derive much satisfaction I ,
from
work well
We
Wish
done. To Announce
They enjoy recreation, short courses and camps in- xr
ftftwdvd in their program. And they strive, as their motto a
iPtMVrtles. "To Make the Best Better". .. That t

( Jt Is the adult's duty to do his best to guide and enCourage II'

the youngsters so that they will be prepared and z
eager to accept the same duties and responsibilities: when Our Meat Curing PlantIS

they become of age. If you are a farmer and your son or
slaughter Isn't a member of a 4-H Club, find out more about '
i the organization. It will help you in your duty to develop IS NOW OPEN

'your children into able, progressive, and intelligent citizens

capable tf sr_ -_ _-_of-M-M-I carrying, on our r American traditions- r in ,the future._ !.J And Ready To Serve The Public
.

Let us repaint and repair
your old Bicycle. We'll makeit PLAIN CURE .
like new. Also new and 1/
used Bicycles for sale. SUGAR CURE jT

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SIIOE
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REPAIR V Asll for it either way troth

PLBAMB return Jr d -marAJ mean the Jams thing.

Longer Wear Thru Expert Repair H. A. Lawson Meat Market scrod Lathes promptly

New Life For Old Shoes-

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West Washington
BIGGS & BAKER Street

Starke, Florida IOIU. VNOII AU1HO..T. Or THI COCA.COIA COMPANY aY

105: W. Call St. Starke, Fla. .. 'STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANYrAGE

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I her Mr.t will visit relatives Baton Rouge Jacksonville Saturday
. f for one meal. He went hunting.Don were awarded to Frances Caldwell Wednesday with parents
and In Arkansas. Ada Hubert and DonaldTGene
. does not like to hunt. He rana Andrea Parker Kenneth Ty- and Mrs. Gerald Cox, In Orlando La., Mrs.
, raham Clay Hill cock pheasant down with the us and George Manassa, Jr. In having gone down with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen Butler of Jacksonville last spent week I I I
for dec Mr. and Mrs Bryan Whltfleld Wednesday night of
truck when out delivering furniture the drawing a beautifully who I ind
1 John McKtaney By Lura Burgess MohrI"onea last year. He was sorry about orated cake Mrs. H. J. Kucera Mrs. Ray Kreiter of Starke 'visited relatives and friends! In with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cope. t tM

Jim. '. Nebr. that. I picked the last of held the lucky number. Of special at that time took their daughter,

. Ga. my tomatoes this morning. The Interest were the fish pond, "white Mrs. Leslie Bradley and her baby lilt...-
of Cairo,
,
'Die womble her sister,, Wherein I behold and enjoy the vines were frosted last night and elephant" booth and the fortuneteller ion to their new home there.

late week with .Autumn In all Its glory and watch the lovely zinnias are all wilted while unique races and ap- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier had *YRom' where I sit...// Joe Marsh I II
along the where ple bobbing created much hilarity. ; ,
on K John McKinney; the wild gees flying south. except garage as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and ,I
and they were sheltered.I _
,_
tile funeral of Mrs..Nel- Almost I am ashamed to be so COMMUNITY CLUB MEETING Mrs. Cecil McRae and family of l
have letters from Clay
Corinth many
Monday at glad! Last Tuesday afternoon the McIntosh and Mr. and Mrs. H. D.
bY Hill. It has been a wet season Biscuits
is spending With all the millions suffering and and not so comfortable. Mabel monthly program meeting; of the Stokes of Ocala. This occasionwas Square ,

"Maude: Grave: and daugh- sad. Parrish Is getting ready for Christ. Community Club was held in the the joint celebration of the
I II
son Yet
her
broth
with Mr. and Mrs. Tom So many hunger, crave a mas. She has two little boys anda Club Rooms.. Bowls of coral vine birthdays of Mrs. McRae Mrs f
er's
touch
'II.at Sampson. Almost I am ashamed to have so girl. They always have such were effectively placed so that Stokes and little Miss Eleanor
McKinney has been earl much.If nice Christmases. Lula Mae Mos- color and charm were added to McRae.: by neighboring,paper,that Bo at the' risk of being railed oldfashioned. -
ley she was cooking breakfast see rowW
due to an injury to hit selfish joy In owning all things I says and letter In between the room. The impressive opening Mrs. R. H. Tyson visited friendsIn the round biscuit Is en the. way out. I'm voting for
a .
typing me
He narrowly missed talc needful ritual was directed by Mrs. Jacksonville from Thursday until sir home-management specialists biscuits, that flt a hungry m a'e
times. have been yes; .
.,,,,1 poison in them, but at Should make me of "the least but They the rain stop J. A. Bouvier, President. At the Sunday. Edgar Tyson of have found that the. square mouth like no square Imlt.tJ_
ting seems to be improving of these" unheedful breaking corn entertainment hour Rev. I.. A. Jacksonville accompanied his lend.lts.lf to assembly-lino ever will..and for American brar

Roselee Rider gave a Garnet Hal- Then let me feel their soft remain to ped break them corn that all Thursday next week, but If plan the Shepherd talked Informally about, mother home and was here for biscuit prodattlon and easy. storage better served In the good old-fa.hton.A I
Friday night. the Prison Chapel that is to be cool or ordinary
party ing touch weather Is nice. Hazel GrIffis of the day than those eastomary ovals.' wry. In tall, mug
and ghost sterlet have erected and he conducted an open the with frosty. sides and babUiat'
rayed And suffer shame indeed to having Mrs. J. W. Woodward was lasses,
said but
oil Those who attendee so much.B.. G. WoodsI Highland church out there they and were a wonderful forum on this subject with em- dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Well,we're all for progress' don'tcotton bles winking at the brim
and Mrs. Perry Starling phasis placed on the effect of a one new idea wo just
or Prevail In Starke at noon out to the kitchen
111
who wasa Think step
Earl
Burton. J. W. Starling found this poem In ay old preacher. Mosley, place of worship upon the Institutional tc.>. A round biscuit, spread
, ),{rs. Raymond and chil- diary and I saved It. It was during Marine In Japan for so many population. Followingthis Sunday. nteesy amidships with snappy for a mach right now! \
d the overnight -
and Mrs. S. N. Hess and the depression and I had but months, Is now working In Jacksonville discussion Dr. H. J. Kucera Spencer Crews was Country cheese,lock like a biscuit I .
r. Is of dear of Henry Manassa In
He
, Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- one room, yet I was happy. Seems one my played several violin numbers. guest And accompanied by a mellew #
y and children, George Wit the world will always be suffering boys and I shall always be proudof Miss June Caldwell accompaniedhim Starke ou Hallowe'en.Mr glass of beer, it's a combinationthat c90e1.

.chard Cain, Julia Wasdln, somewhere and it does behoove us him. God bless him.I on the piano. Mrs i. F. and Mrs. O. B. Thompsonand you can't improve on I i
,v and Settle Hines, Robert to stop and think and act. I have hear Digger, my dog barking.He Chapman was hostess on this oc- little daughter, Becky Sue, "
Walter Ratliff, and B111U been washing blankets. The morn- has a shaggy coat now and la caalon and served sandwiches and left Sunday to visit Mr. Thomp- Brewers Foundation, I
bble Broughton. Ing was frosty and down to 38 de nine months old. I am teachinghim cake with coffee. son's parents in Ft. Worth. Texas. COPY'/lh"1947/ ,United Stntel

(refreshments, welners wer grees. I feel so well and so to sit up and all kinds of Miss Elizabeth Cox spent last En route to Texas the Thompsons .
delicious foot tricks such as roll over and shake .
I and other thankful that I Just cannot help \ t
hands. I did not know a dog was .
nks were enjoyed.OLDS but feel as if I am sitting on top I
of the world. It is a wonderful so Intelligent. I am sure Digger r

feeling of elation. Last week we thinks. .
I burled two ladles. Our boy was Yesterday afternoon I made Dona ,
home from college from Thursday white cake. I have made i so
D MEDICINE IS BETTER, until Sunday eve. We enjoy his many that I am always learning
M....'.. with 66
Cold
.. .100' 01
4 l table in the that makes baking
" Cold PnpwoNM'In Hw U.S company and set the something
'" Lq.d'
.e.t LIQUIDCOLD I dining room with linen and make easier. I have changed my recipe
a PRI.ARATIOtoiCau. I it nice for him. We had pheasant Homo. I call this "Don's White 5
.. .. '
.._ u..wr. : ) ; .
Cake." 3-4 cup CrIsco or Spry,, ;. : ; ;
1 l 1-2 cups sugar, 1 cup water, 3 l <
THE CUT OF YOUR CLOTHES THAT COUNTS tps Calumet baking powder, 3 cups Iw

Swanmlown cake flour 1 tp. vanilla -

1-4 tp. salt, and 3 large egg I
whites or 4 small ones. I put the .l )d
Crlsco and sugar In a crock and C ., f '. -I i.T +rI ..
r
cream' with a wooden spoon 1 r q
then add salt and vanilla. Sift the I v, : .
1'f Hour' and baking powder togethoianil I- : ;.. : I
v measure after sifted again, ?( .
ft r1It
Add to the sugar mixture alternately
water. Firsta.
# with the (
little flour, beat hard then

water, then Hour. Lastly add stiffly it :
beaten egg whites. Have all :

Ingredients at room temperature AT TH! w : \
r Cold eggs do not make a good
cake.: Bake In two 0-lnch cake iLl

pans at 350 degrees for 33 mln Home (
Be sure to grease and flour the BENDIXwtomatic Laundry '

pans. When you have taken out
the cake, while the cake cools, t tt

plan your icing. For an easy I icing \\J/
that Don likes I take orquaxe.of

SEMtANNUALTAILORING Baker's bltter.chocotate! \ '
__ .... DISPLAYOF and put It with a half cup ol EMONSTRJUriON I
cream In a small pan In the warm !
CLOTHES \ oven after the fire Is turned out
TAILORED
CUSTOM When the chocolate is melted the ::1:1p
FRIDAY & SATURDAYNOV. ream Is hot I then stir In powdered -

.. 7 & 8 sugar and I might have toadd
a little more water or cream. '
I The answer to your.ttotning;; problem! There will. be.show repre-a Make enough Icing to put on aides
of Ed.! V.Price &Co. to
House
the
from
MDiuive here m of the cake and between the ar
and women,
for men w'
complete line of new quality woolens Select material and belCientilir.Uy layers. This spreads nice If you 000 r tK ,II,
large swatches ,and leogihs. your will. be hand cut. too thin or leave too 'V
, measured for clothing that lo not get i.e: a \
superbly needled and made for you to your measurements! thick I had sliced bananas with S, ::I Ir

| Come in and make your selection during our Sean-Annual ream and sugar for dessert and BEN'DIX :
THE
| Tailoring Display. this cake. I am sure my husband I
felt satisfied and happy. .l1 T I

ROBBIN'S If an egg breaks while boiling FILLS ITSELF t k \

put a small amount of vinegar in :
the water and It will seer the egg.
Save your tall thin olive bottles WASHES i
and fill with hard candy for the TIMES"i
children's Christmas. Pasta a RINSES 3

Santa on the outside and it makes ,
i nice gift. I have saved tin coffee CHANGES ITS WATER '

Extra Special! rill cans.with home I will made paint candy them and for DAMP DRYS CLOTHES ( I

Christmas. Now we have plenty;
CLEANS ITSELF r
if sugar.I t -
LUZIANNE '
like scalloped corn. I made .
t
RED LABEL tome Sunday. I get the whole DRAINS ITSELF ,
kernel corn. Home canned Is good [
I too. Drain off Juice. Add to the SHUTS ITSELF OFF ..
cracker crumbs,
COFFEE42c corn one half cup
e
t tpbs sugar, one egg well beaten,

and one half cup milk. Stir well. ell ,r
glass baking dish and -.4.- a
Put in a
bake In moderate oven 23 min. YOUR HANDS NEVER
It Is fun to keep a diary of allthe
little things you do each day '
9. WATER.
and write only the happy things, EVEN TOUCH
COIQATE for a much more plea- ,j
31cnvro.v It[ makes ''f
VEL I attLrFT kg. .ant life. Start a diary this year

UXOUtEI-EKT I[itart buy on them January' at the 1 dime each store.year.I I SEE HOW BENDIX SAVES HOT

the book win hold more
Sometimes
23c
PEAS 2grey's 80S Cans Be happy until
than one year. WATER..SOAR. CLOTHES TOO a
and
I, next week God bless you all
111 -Lure I.
Pkg. ___ 1ge love.
SEASONING

wy's Sausage RED HOT Seasoning ,________________- 3U .



MEAL or GRITS Ballard' Flour State By Mrs. Bryan Farm\\'''It field LET US SHOW YOU HOW A BENDIX HOME LAUNDRY


5 lb.. 49c 25 Ibt. $2.25 . . TAKES WASHDAY JOBS OFF YOUR HANDS

DEATH. OF JT. I. ROBINSON

BRISKET STEW ____________ ge laddened Our community which by the occurred was death shocked of suddenly J.and I* .WITH A SIMPLE TURN OF A DIAL ,


HAMBURGER STEAK _-_-_-__-_-_-_-_-__-_-_--_ *** Robinson early Saturday morning, November Yea washday work vanishes, with a Bend! There's no spilled water-no clean-up work to

BEEF l CLUB CHUCK ROAST ___________-,_ 4C: I was, at In his the residence.Seville Cemetery Interment You just set a dial-add soap-the Bendix doe do! Come in-let ua show you how completelythe
65c
ROUND STEAK __ __________ Monday afternoon following; run.eral the rest! You don't even have to stay at home! Dendix: sets you free on washdays!
Seville Baptist -
services at the

SAUSAGE--------- 30e <<<;hurch. Sympathy Is emended Standard Model 239.SO

(SMOKED cnopS ______________ 69c I to the family.JI.U.OWF.'ES Deluxe Model 259.50

PORK !PORK BUnS ________ 55cEmperor PARTY I
)BOSTON -" TERMS }
PAYMENT EASY
(COUNTRY SAUSAGE ___--- 60c: Seasonal decorations turned the. SMALL DOWN
Community Building Into Just the

. 39c letting to attract the spooks and ELECTRIC SERVICE
1.S. No. 1 Potatoes, 10 lb. witches and their attendant pixies WINKLER '

when Farm residents and theirshore
eookJDa or Eating celebrated Halt we"m 221 TEMPLE AVENUE .j
yt Thursday evening of lout w..*. Your Appliance Headquarters Dealer'El'IBER' ,
Grapes
Apples dub sponsored
York 'Hi* Community a


2 lb=. 2Sc 2 lb. 25c and this>f real drinks party fun.and following Prize served; several for sandwiches costumes hours .- ...,','fJt:." :.



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. SOCIETY and CLUBSMiss Vida Jean Gentry Methodist Circles Baptist WMS Circles Hallowe'en Costume Prize Winneqs

Honored On Birthday Met This Week Hold MeetingsCircle


Mrs. J. 1. Gentry honored her Circle One of the Methodist Two of the Baptist WMS

Jean Davis Rotary Members small daughter, Vida Jean, with a WSCS met Monday afternoon at met Tuesday afternoon at the

Weds John H. MixonIn Hosts To LadiesAt party Thursday, Oct 30, In the the home of Mrs Hogan Smith,, home of 1\fra. F. J. Shaw.

Methodist Recreation Building, the I Mrs Charley Johns being co- An Interesting: program was + + 4
Home Ceremony Informal SupperA occasion being her seventh birth- hostess. presented by Mrs. L. D. Haines, t

her subject pertaining: to "Africa". .j :. '
day anniversary.A announcedthat
Mrs. J. B. Cottrell 't
Mr and Mrs. Ellery M. Davis lovely corsage marked the Those taking: part were Mrs Eunice )
of indoor and outdoor she will be hostess at a
announce tho marriage of their place of each lady when members, variety Wilson, Mrs. Coy Stephenson, C ,
daughter, Jean, to John H Mixon of the Starke Rotary Club entertained -' games were enjoyed. During the Christmas party. Co-hoatessea for A. '
and Mrs.
Mrs. T M. Hutchings x,41
+ ,
on November first at six o'clockIn their Rotary Anns at a dinner party, the children wore gay col thla occasion will be Mrs. W. J. i 1
the evening. Dr John Warren in the Woman's Club building ored paper caps of Hallowe'en colors Churchwell and Mr W. L. Blair, J. Thomas. 1 faitt
Mrs W. L. Andrews, Leader,
.
Kaufman, Minister of the First Thursday night,of last week. ,Arrangements eating a festive scene. and it will be held in the Methodist presided over the business meet I

Presbyterian Church of Starke, of pink gladioli and A guessing contest wall won by Educational Building. ing, during which plans were made /, i iY r
r' performed the ceremony at the yellow pom poms were placed'at Ellusa Stefanelli and Burge Sear- Mrs. I. P. Shepherd was in for the Brotherhood supper on 1 t

Davis home on Tenth Street. intervals along,the u-shaped table. Ing. With the arrival of refresh charge of the devotional, which Nov. 13. Mra. Andrews reportedthe 1?

Byron Johns, nephew of Mr. Upon arrival each Rotary AnnW8.11 ment time, the children Bang included a scripture reading from loss by fire of the home and

Mixon, served as best man, while given a numbered slip and "Happy Birthday to Vlda'Jean". the, book of Luke, Chapter 17. all belongings of Mr. and Mra. .I
Mrs J. L. Anderson, the bride's later In the evening these were Mra. Gentry served Ice cream and Mra. J.-.W. White was In charge William D. Carter. rl

aunt, was maid of honor. drawn for the attractive "door birthday cake, the latter being of an Interesting program, the Nineteen members and two
decorated with party colors of theme of which stressed the givingof
prizes"
Members of the wedding party visitors were present, and the
I
marched into the living room to J. H. DuPre, president of the pink and blue and bearing the thanks to God. She gave an hostess, assisted by Mrs. Hutch-

strains of the bridal chorus from"Lohengrln" club, nerved as master of ceremonies words "Happy Birthday, Vida Inspiring talk titled "Challenge of ings and Mrs. Haines, served :
Jean". Mrs. assistedby Chunking", while Mrs. Cottrell
Gentry was
played by Miss and following the dinner tasty refreshments..
Miss Kate Struth In entertaining gave a reading titled "Let Us Give Pictured above are prize: winners fa |last
Janet Anderson, who provided I a Introduced Fred Bultman of Jack Friday' Rau.,
.
continuous soft musical back. sonville, a put district governorof the children. Thanka". parade event: First' roW' (left to right) Florence
Favors of clickers and Hallowe'en Three new members, Mrs J. H. Mrs. T B. Harding was hostess orated bicycle Frances Brow
who fine interpretation ; Landrum old
the during the Rotary, gave a fashioned
ground on piano | |
Johns and Mrs. I to Circle Three. Vases of girl; PhorleG..
baskets filled with assorted Ritch, Mrs. C. J. roses
of the four witch Stevle
her selection being objects Broadway, Spanish coballero.
.
ceremony B. Parks welcomed into and marigolds added to the attractiveness Top row (left
candles were given to each partic W. were I to
"Moonlight Sonata", by Beethoven. of the organization and the good II Ona Dcmorest and Alice Holton,, court ,Jester; Lily
ipant. I of the living room of Brldi"" 1ft
.. that la being accomplished throughits girl Deloren Stauffer
and
; black
for better international The honoree received many love. Agnes and Madge Ann Matthews, I the Harding home where the orange costume; Betty olds) i
Following the ceremony, a reception program relations. ly and useful gifts on this glad Elaine flames, Linda Underhill, ]meeting was held. Ten members American. Prize winner not In picture were Madgenn Net 1 1I

was held at the Davis I occasion which Wall shared with Kathy and Randy Struth, Berge ,were present, and the Circle welcomed I, Southern belle; John Mark Newsomo, Topwy; and Elizabl'lh
A J. Thomas charter
a member
home. her by the following children: and Carol Searing, Shi Ann Smith, I Mrs. W. A. Scott as a new rose.
Three present to witness the of the Starke'clubmade some Barbara Ann Johns, David Can- Barbara Ann Brown, Lex Green, I member.

marriage were: Mrs. Ellen Mixon, humorous impromptu remarks ova, Ellssa Stefanelli, Perman Jr., Janis Jenkins, Harry Van Mrs. Harding had charge of the City.
that added to the of Intermediates
mother of the bridegroom, Mrs Informality Roberts Lona and Buffla Berry-i Horn, Elaine Abercombla, JImmie levotlonal, the theme being "ThIss Enjoy The
Annie M. Mixon and son, Dar- the occasion. man, Martha Weldon, Mary I Wiggins and Glen McCord. I my commandment that ye Halloween PartyThe day afternoon wedding will take ph

row, J. L. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. The evening was brought to a .- I ove one another", The program o'clock In Nov 26, at
George A. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. fitting close with a round of group topic: was entitled: "The Sin of Intermediate Fellowship Church Christ I Eph,
R. J. Davis Mrs. J. Warren Kauf singing under the direction of facial Discrimination", during 'Group enjoyed a Hallowe'en party be Montlcello No, cart

man, A, W. Anderson, Jr., all of Fletcher Burnett', the club's song which all members took part In a given Thursday evening, Oct. 30, couple Issued are but invited.all friends of

Starke; Miss Mayme Anderson, leader. discussion of the subject. by Mrs. Nelson Green and Miss
Mrs P. E. Stone, Mrs. O. L. The committee on arrangementsfor Carol White, Counselor, at the
Mrs M. F, Hazen presented an
i Thomas, all of Archer; and Mr the event was composed of ntereatlnsr article entitled: "Are recreation building.The Recent BirthsThe

and Mra.. Bruce L. Davis and son, S. O. Denmark, O. S. Newcomb, Well, two big weeks In succession belongs-in the bath room We Free?" group dressed in costumes

Powell, of Arcadia. and T, H. Osborne. might be all right for the There was hardly a decorated win- The business session was presided and played Hallowe'en group the Shadycrest Hospital

teenagers, but it's a little strenuoua dow along the entire length of over by Mrs H. L. Brownlee,, games. Outdoors, guests bobbedfor nouncea following births
a Mrs. Webb HostessTo Mrs. Flynn HostessTo on some of ua'oldatera Call Street, and very few obstructions Circle leader. apples. Miss Oleta Green was Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Joe \\\

UDC MembersThe Scarcely have we recuperatedfrom placed In streets, and other The meeting was closed with a the gypsy fortune teller, Mrs. Starke. boy RI,
Oct.
WCTU Member Hallowe'en than BHS Homecoming traditional pranks Gladys prayer by Mrs. W. A Scott. Green had charge of the horror Doyle, 23.:

W. T. Weeks Chapter of la right upon us But Mooty reports that a few diehard room, featuringMlas! Ruby Green Mr. and Mrs Clarence Fm"

Nine W.C.T.U.members assembled of the at Laura the the UDC met Wednesday afternoon that's how things go in this giddy youngsters did put out all the The Business Women's Circle as the ghost, and Mra. Green tolda Rhoden, Starke, gill, Katlii

Scott of Mrs. O. O. Webb Friday at the home of Mra. George world of ours, to we'll just have street lights along Eighth St., met Tuesday night in the church good ghost story, using the Jeanette, Oct. 28.
home to toss down another vitamin with few of, murdered Mr. and Mrs Lloyd I
for their monthly Flynn; Mrs. Richard Kidd, Mrs. pill. a well-directed bags of annex, where a missionary pro symbols a man. George
afternoon regular L. O. Powell and Mrs Mattie take a good alcohol rub and climb I sand, but that's about all the gram concerning Africa was pre. Mrs. Green and- Miss White stetler, Starke. girl, Linda F

meeting.A GJahagan being co-hostesses. back on the bandwagon again 'damage I've heard of so far aented by Mrs. 1.. D. Haines served ,delightful refreshments to Oct. 28.
feature of the meeting wasa Placed artistically about the So off we go, and if I don't sue So here's my vote for tiring 'em A short business session was the young people, and Rev. and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Let A1\

brief Memorial service for Mrs room where members cumb before the week's over, at out In the daytime, giving us held, and a report was made by Mrs; W. J. Churchwell wore guests Lake Butler, boy Hcrmar Wi',!'
F. A. Scott, who passed' away October gathered least I'll know that I've survIved adults more peace of mind at the nominating committee con of the group. Oct. 28.
30th, 1044, and who was, was a, colorful array of autumn right along with the fittest night .'. cerning new officers for the com Mr. and Mrs. Man' l...roy(\
flowers
fi President of the Including clever: arrangements
for many years drew., Esponnla, gir' MArlene
local Union. A vase of beautiful I of dahlias, chrysanthemums ing church year.' Whitfield-Seigler ,, Oct. 30.
Even If It was hard on, the hear that Calvin William and Hostesses for the social hour
white roses' were sent by her husband I and gladioli.The nerves and feet, the Hallowe'en O. B. Thompson, ex-employes of Mr. and MM Charier
were: Mrs. S. E. Sparks and Mrs., Mr and Mrs. Bryan Whitflold
meeting with
opened
and placed on the center a parade and carnival of last Fri. Nasworthy Wholesale Grocery I Cash, Starke, boy K n nil rtes
T. K. McClane, who served refreshments of the Florida State Farm
I prayer[ by the Chaplain, Miss Olive an
table and a short reading and day were certainly the biggest and have re-Joined the Army, and the ] Oct. :SO.Mr. : .
s'- ]Ray, while Mrs. B. K. Perryman, from a table overlaid! nounce the engagement and approaching -
prayer were given In memory of the best ever experienced along Paratroopers, at that! Seems
I
with lace and decor
1 president, presided over the business charmingly marriage of their and Mrs W"ocflr] Hailt
wed her by; the President Mrs W. N.
Call Street Unless I'd seen 'em they plan to make a career of it ated with .
I meeting.An orange marigolds. daughter Roberta Bradford, to I and daughters, Linda ire
Johnson with own I'd vow thereweren't Capt. Bill Chalker is the
my eyes new Milo
Seigler, son of Mrs. C. C. I Sandra of Orlando, ana tack H
Much business was disposed of impressive installation service -I that many children in' public Information officer at the
aqd new business discussed.. A report was conducted! ,by Mra. L. Q. Bradford County, let alone Starke Jacksonville Army recruiting sta- Mary Ann Brown SeIgler Gra and the late Judge Seiglerof of Jacksonville are glwsuwr
t S. C. and Panama nd Mrs' W 0- Hat
<> of the State Convention in Powell, former president. Those!1. .-. Bat there they were and tion, transferring- :there from the Weds Wm. AndrewsMiss ".hltevillet: -. 1 ,"
tit Miami was given by Miss Wallace, officers recently elected and Installed -I:such a colorful and excited throng Pentagon- Building, Washington ..


i Secretary, who was a delegate to Wednesday were: me thinks I've never seen . Milton Norman Is stationedat Mary Ann Brown and William WHY NOT ENJOY TilE BEST?
I the Convention. President Mrs. E. K. Ferry Teachers dressed up too, obviously Tinker Field, Okla., and would Anthony Andrews were JoinedIn
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Committee reported having placed man.First having just as much fun like to hear from his friends marriage at her home in Jack l'
Temperance blotters in the vice president Mrs. O. (but a lot more headaches) than The address is: Pfc James M. sonville Saturday night at 7 o'-

school, as directed and Committee W. Roberta. the children Ruth FrazIer Norman, Sq. B, 67th AAF Base clock. Rev. Mr. Howell,' Ministerof
.j was discharged.The Second vice president Mrs. R. made a convincing back-faced Unit Hear' that M. V. Johns the Murray Hill Baptist

next meeting will be held A.. Green. washwoman, while Ethel Biggs has been confined In a Salisbury, Church performed the quiet ceremony SUKMOI tOTntO HAS SERVICE\
one week earlier than usual on Secretary Mrs. W. G. Halle. added a bit of Far East atmos- Va., hospital on account of break- while a background of piano

\ account of the. Thanksgiving holt Treasurer Mrs W, F. Godwin phere aa Ming Toy *. Ethel tag his leg at Princess Ann Va., music was provided by Mrs How. FoR COOKING HEATING KEFRIGUUTIO'

day. The meeting closed with Sewell discarded the new look for while drlvin' Bill Dowling'a transport ell.

prayer. Mr. Webb served her Registrar Mrs L. A. Davis. I the old-fashioned look, and LUy truck Seems the engine Attending the brIde and groom FOR SERVICE! CALLE.

guests refreshing Ice cream, home Historian Mra. Mattie Gaha-. Bridges entered the prizewinningranks of same fell on the poor guy's leg were Miss Ruth Little of Jacksonville T. SHULL PLUMBING & HEATING
made cake and coffee I as Mexican Rose and the truck is no more and Roy Ray of Starke.
gan.Chaplain
Miss Olive Ray. For her wedding ensemble the LOCAL AGENT PHONE 141

Recorder of crosses Miss The small fry came so thick and News from Tallahassee that Virginia bride chose a blue crepe dress,
REAL ESTATE Madge Middleton. fast that even an eagle-eyed observer Sewell Is a charter memberof featuring black accessories and a CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS & APPLIANCE CO.

List your property for sale The memorable Installation ser like yours truly could only Sigma Alpha Iota, national pro corsage of white roses. Mra. PHONE 3758: : TRENTON, FLA.
with me. I have sold many vice was concluded with the group glimpse a familiar face here and fessional music fraternity for Brown, mother of the bride was

\ pIeces of property and have singing "Blest Be The Tie That there, blinded as I was by the women, a chapter of which has attired In a becoming aqua crepe

many prospective buyer. A Binds". dazzling mass effect Little just been installed on the campus dress with a corsage of Talisman ,
deal la guaranteed. A Mrs L. A. Davis, delegate to Loedlth Griffis was adorable as J. A. Martinez is In Philadelphia roses. Mrs. Dyal, mother of the :

square fair communion In all that I require the annual convention of the I an Indian mother complete with for an operation to be per. bridegroom, wore a lovely beige Let Us NOW !
As a member of the Florida Division UDC, gave her :papoose Charlie Manlre wasa formed by noted hearing specialists suit, featuring a corsage of Talisman : Have Your Order

Realty Hoard you may be i report concerning the activities colorful Scotch lad, and John He's undecided whetheror roses. I

I assured that I will represent held in Tallahassee on October It, Mack Newaome'a Interpretation of not he'll return to West Palm The wedding was followed by : .,. ChristmasIs
you to the bent f>( my abllty. ..15. and 16. Topsy was good enough for the Beach after it's over Sorry to a reception at the home of the ,

j N. D. W.VINWRIGHT. .JR. Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Perryman stage Don McClane was a hear that young EdmQnd TenlyJr. bride." i : Only
U..altorI- Phone 134 will leave Saturday for Miami, Little Black Sambo right out of is still having; such a tough Mr. and Mrs. Andrews are at
where the General Convention of the book, complete with purple time of it In the Alachua County home to their friends at 115: West

','I\' the UDC will be held, bringing shoes and parasol In the Hospltat urfiAvM..__.'_ _hA__ was taken folllowing Madison Street, Starke. } f 7 Weeks

delegates from all parts of the kindergarten group little Kay that bike-taxi collision i

rr AThe Hart was adorable as a Colonial ,The Red Cross folks tell me the the group, and three visitors, Mrs, .,... 4
1-i DA.BILC program continued with the dame, tripping along under a need Is mighty urgent for old .S. S. Dowling Mrs. Wilson Lee !
playing of several piano selections powdered wig almost aa big as she clothes now that cooler weather is and Mrs. Francis Beard were pres Away

STARKE FLA.Hun. by Miss Betty Ann Flynn. waa 0Elizabeth setting in They're swampedwith ent.
During the social hour delicious appeals So anything 29 members were present at the + e

Mon. TtH>.. refreshments, served by the hostesses Allen was outstandingIn wearable that you have and don't meeting, and during the social //u

Nov. -10-11 were enjoyed by members. a lovely rose costume which need, please send It to the clinic hour refreshments were served by Let Us Engrave
made it appear that her face was building where Mrs. Morse or Mrs. the hostesses

The Egg And I Woman's Club the heart of the flower whose Mooty will be mighty pleased to Your Name
petals were cleverly fashioned turn it over to someone in distress Circle Two met Monday afternoon We Are Now Showing _
To Meet WednesdayThe from crepe paper by her nimble- .
C1au.letteColbfort at the home of Mrs. O. B.
Fred
MacMurray, fingered mother Arthur Pat- Flynn. Members gathered in the Cards, Ribbon, Seals, On
Marjorie Main Starke Woman's Club will ray was a convincing tramp, while Well, tonight's the night when
living room, where dahlias and
Percy KUbrlde, Louise hold ita monthly November Tags, Xmas Paper etc. Xmas
meeting on Lana Berryman was -a gaily bedecked all homecomers will (theoretically, marigolds ornamented the surroundings Your
Albritton 12 at 3:30: p. m. In the gypsy An outstanding at least) come borne to> see the .
SHORT J: NEWS club house, Mrs R. P. Stubbing .
,
Chairman feature of the parade was a horse Tornadoes take on another victimT Mrs. J. A. Martinez conductedthe Cards
Wed. Thurn Nov. It: 18DOUBLE of Department of Health and wagon driven by venerable ( )- St. Leo Speculation Is business session, at which timeit
will Buy NOW{
FEATUREWake present a representativefrom lenolte Dan Thomas RidIngIn rife over who'll be crowned "Miss: was learned that the circle has While You
the Blue Cross Hospitalization the back was a tobacco road Bradford" at the dance after the procured a large punch bowl, 100 Have Plenty of Timeto Box of f 20
plan the
during Interesting family composed 'of Elaine Colson, game; and I must say that it'shard cups and a lace table cloth to be
Up program of which she Is In charge. James Holder L. O. Johnson (as to predict with such lovelies used at social occasions. Select and Stocks

Hostesses for the day will be: the child) and James Alton Lawson as Paula McLaurln, Peggy During an Interesting Are For $1.00
Mrs. J. L. program Complete
AND DREAM Matthews Mrs.Anderson Mrs. E. L. whose figure, under the traditional 'Illy' Alma Thomas, and Lucy Mra. L. D. Inlng told of the reentry -
W. B. Sewell, Mrs.D. "Mother Hubbard", would Mae Barton competing Better -
Juno lIaver John Payne E. Into Hiroshima of a Florida
AndGuest Knight. Mrs. George Kope- have put Mae West to shame come out and see for yourself Missionary, while Mrs. W. E. Mid-
lousos, Mrs. J. D. HAVE YOU TRIED
Doyle, Mrs. W.II. Yes, It was a gay and memorable The BHS Band has done Us dleton talked to-members'concern-
WifeDon Edwards Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, event, and much credit I Is reflectedon usual bang-up Job in putting out Ing the Brewster Hospital's Hudnut's ?
Mrs. W. J. Epperson Jr., and Mrs. new Cream Egg Shampoo
W. H. the school for the orderlinesswith a swellegant Homecoming souvenir children's building In Jacksonville,
AnMch, Claudette Nollman. which it wall carried, oat program so you'd better get yours an added note of Interest being Treat Yourself To A Real Shampoo With This
Colbert, Dick Foran early, before the supply Is exhausted that recently a set of "nn.
.. triplets has $1.00 Elegant _
Fri. Sat. Nov. 14-- 15DOrBLF : Oddfellows Lodge You ran probably give the parade It's replete with pic- been received there. A local drug Preparation _
Holds Open HouseMay credit for something else, too urea of the Tornado squad the company Is supplying
FEATURE necessary Ruth,
The fact that there was far UI3 Band, the Majorettes Cheerleaders vitamins for the babIes Pet Milk We now have plenty of Candy Bars Baby -

WantedFOR Lodge No. 13, LOOP., held less mischief perpetrated that and lots of others Co., has promised milk for their Milky Way, Mounds, Butter Finger, Hershey Cb<*

open house Thursday night, Oct. night than has been the case in Really a trophy you'll want to formula for one year, and Heinz olate and many other popular pieces. _

SO, at the lodge hall. One hundred previous years > Obviously the keep products will provide baby food.
MURDER and thirty-two members and "little dears" were so worn out Mrs. A. Wood gave the devotional
Erie. PorAman Dulcto Gray friends enjoyed a delightful program by the time night came that they Well, no long err now See the topics being "Prayersfor
AaFlashing<< consisting of interesting were ready' and willing to go to you at Bradford Park TONIGHT Rulers and All In Authority", KOCH DRUG STORE

talks on Oddfellow hlp, musla by bed and leave the soap where It -CUOl7. and "Th U." N. Needs. Tour Pray.

GunsJohnny Mrs.. Hazel Han, an exhibition by Sr.".
one of StarKe's majorettes, MIA The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Let 'UII Fill Tour' Preacrlpl on Two Graduated

Hack Drawu Helen Adkina.. piano numbers and [ALVAREZ' STORE SZSSZ:) Glenn Wood, served delicious) refreshments and on D"lL'S
Registered
SERIAL CARTOON Ringing by Mrs. Gerald Adkina,{ > I to the 14 member Pharmacists

I and a delightful dinner. present.


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.\1'. S\VEJ\IBER( '7, 1MT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE rivf



of LOCAL NEWS Mrs P. E. Canova was In Jacksonville They'll Be Heard At NOTK'IO
IBITS I Tuesday on business. Homecoming Tonight TO ALL WHOM IT MAT t'ONCKRJTT: :
This I. ti> certify that. the Kxemi-
Inn of the Estate of Edna H-
SS== Mrs. R. J Davis spent the early Thomas, deupaiMiil., have filed their ,

of Jacksonville was Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blkary ofCoatevilIo part of the week In Tallahassee ', Final Accounting' and will on the
Rigdon nth day of November, I94T, apply-
\1 of Mr. and :Mra. J. L. Pa., were guests of where she attended the Investiture I I to the County JitUM r:1': 'rarlforttCnnntv 1
Tuesday.nd Mr: and Mrs. J. I* Gentry and at FSU In which her daughter, Florida for :; of FinalDlnrUurge.
Thin Oct. lint, 1147.
'I f
Mrs. J. O. Rlgdon Monday. Mr. Marjorie, participated. I e Joseph HI, Thoninn,

Mrs. Wm., Haight of and Mrs. Bikary and Mrs. Rlgdon I r ;r Edna Hello. Mllla, aa tlOxeautore.

19, Ga., spent the weekend will visit Mr and Mrs. Frank MoMillln HOOVER Sales &: Service. The y Iv-t4 4t 1114nnrtir I

:sire)r j. H. Fields: and fara- in St. Petersburg this week. only outlet for Knrnlatt part' k 4 7

They left Monday afternoon. Phone 120. Smith's Garage. tf IV r..i ur. nit 5IVOIITh.Vot'a'ry. /
td ( FLtllllll.11. CS--,,,
>u r
fKHV.Marlon .
)( Cason of Melrose spent Miss Sylvia Morse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent y L. Critpiie, Plaintiff, ve.Knthloen l

L'at the home of his niece, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Morse anda Saturday In Jacksonville.Mr. ;: Kowora craps, Defendant
Case No. 4103O1lDETt
Bertha Pearce. junior at Stetson spent the and Mrs. T. II. McNicll! OP rUl"LlCATION:
weekend at St. Petersburg. AND NOTICE TO) APPKAHTJTATW
spent Sunday at their former
plicity OF KUillIDA to: Kathleen
t
STUMP'S.
ens at Just Received shipment EVIN- home In New Smyrna Beach visit Ho wera Crnpaif whose reel
Ing relatives. dt.noe and, nddrviin' last. known la
RUDE "Sportsman". Smith's Gar.agt' i 40-14th Street, Naval Hn.., HoMtlt
and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson 11." 2t Carolina.:.
Mrs. D. W. Moore recently visited appear4
Mr. and Mrs. J. B, You are required 'n on
visiting her sister Mrs. J. J. Brannen Dovembor Rth. 1947, In the ahov
l at Green Cove! Springs Sun- Mrs. Olin White. Miss Dorothy named' Court and anise, wherein'
In
Hampton ,
plaintiff seeks 4llvorc nradforrl''
White and Mrs. Wilbur Scott spent (ounty Telegraph shall publish this
last Thursday in Gainesville. Mrs. W. J. Churchwell Is visiting 6r Order', In next four wnfklv IneueeVltneN ,
I Mrs. George R. Powellton \ tnv hand and. official. seat i
Md her son and daughter, Mr. and at Htnrke, Florida, I this 6IH of Novenihnr -
N. C., spent the early Everett McKinney and Misses Mrs. T. W. Oaruthers In Miami 10(7.OF"F9CIA1. .

lot the week with Mr. Powell's Sara Barefoot and Connie Knight this weekend. ( clerk of. SMALL said Court A. f. ThomasAn

Mrs. J. H. Fields. Mrs. were in Jacksonville Wednesday BUS CHEERLEADERS: Doris Moncrief Leader; (left to right) Dorothy Patel Peggy Hv l.urllle. C'. Conner D R,

,9 sister, Mrs. P. O. Carpen- night on business. Mr. and Mra. L. D. Haines were Tilly Alma Thomas. Janet Anderson Ann Wilt June Caldwell. Edith Manning Joan Car- John, Kla..r, Mendemon, Rmi: St. Ausuatine .

VM of Newton accompanied in Gainesville Tuesday visiting penter. (Photo by T. II. Osborne.) Atty. for Plf It-T 4t 11-1

Dwells here and will stay Save Money by> shopping at young Sonny Ter.ly in Alachua .. -
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I Mrs. Fields for the winter'': STUMP'S. County Hospital where he Is still ; iv nnri'iT OM'iir. nn ,i,ronrroi
To "Strut Their Stuff" .
,., Majorettes 'N'''''.. Kl.Ollllltl IV l'HAN."hits. -
hospitalized as the result of a .
,, and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. recent accident which resulted In Carrie Lee Miller, Plaintiff, vn.Althiirmitn .

[ overnight guests Friday of J. B. Wilson spent Friday afternoon a broken leg. Miller, Defendant. Cue '
[and Mrs. Jack Simmons In In Jacksonville. No, 888.onnru. '
OF prrMCATiov; \\1
| Mrs. J, M. Brownlee and Mrs. e
l.oach.lr hat'a' AND NOTICM TO APPKAH
J. J.
Canova and family of: Edward Burns returned Thursday STATH1] OP. KUMIIDA to: Allhufmnn
and Mrs Dugal Bule of Gainesville were recent guests of Mllle1' whoHn reHldenre end
after spending a few daya in Met- address. la: 415 liny Htreet, % "Sarah' '
liilla were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Patten and ter, Ga., as guests of Mrs.Brownlee' If. MathHWK, high Point N. t7. '.
Pearce. Mrs. E. E. Canova. 11 You are appear' unDervmber
] Bertha I
son-in-law and daughter :, .tll' IH':1o: I the e.hnve
HOOVER Sales &: Ser\lrc. The unmed Court' and cause, wherein i
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson.
r1,, Susie Kennard returneder only outlet for genuine plaintiff seeks divorce' and reelorntlon .
In Umatilla part 'L' __ of Malden, futile" HradfitrdCounty .
| home Sunday
Phono 120. Smith Garage. U Mr. and Mra. T I{. McClaneJr. i Telegraph hhnll' utihllnh I Ihla
r being a guest of her niece, attended the FlorlJa-Furman Order In next four weekly Imiiiea.Wllnnna "I
Bertha Pearce. for several Save $5: to $10 by buying I inv hnnd anti, official. seal
football game In Tampa Saturdayand at larle", Florida' this October 31.1W47 .
M. i your fall coat suit at spent the weekend with relatives f ,
STUMP'S.Mrs. (OK-PiriAT. SMALL A..1, Thomas
and Mrs. J. L. Gentry and there. A AM Clerk of Haiti' ('ntirtFly ,
t.uclllo I'. Conner, r>. r*,
I'lter, Vida Jean apeat Saturn Albert Lee Crosby Is get Just Received shipment KVIN-: .1 H HnrrlHim, t.nw f.han.
Jacksonville. ting along nicely at the Shady IhSlding, .InckHiinvllla, Florida'
RtDE: Smith's Garage. -
"Sportnman" Ally for 1'lf. 11-7 4t 11...
crest
L. G. Thompson and daugh- hospital. 11-" 2t

I of Fernandinat James Preston who Is
Carol Sue employe
Miss Sara Witherspoon of Apa.
Thursday of last week at In Fernandina, Is home for a few Let Us Be Your
lachlcola and Green Cove Springs
(home of Mrand' Mra. L. A. days visiting his wife and son, was the weekend guest of her "Friend In Need"

5. Jimmy. uncle and aunt Rev. and Mrs

--- W. J. Churchwell. .. During The Busy! Holiday .

Season Just Ahead
Every Branch oIINSURANCE G. L. Patten left Thursday on

a business trip to Washington,

D. C.Mr.. eN ,

$ -:
and Mrs Loran Conner and
.,
Mrs. G. M. Zeagler spent last si 41.
t i
weekend! In Sylvania, Qa, t.

H. c. WALLACE NCY. Mr. and, Mrs. Alton Dobbs and P x '.

Rev. and I Mra. W. F. Hall attended 1

church services In Jacksonvil::
PLEASE PHONE 146 !
Sunday. DKUCIOUS AKIS.: : : fl

Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- PIES DONUTS AND ,

Special Bargain : children'scoat COOl
sizes! 2 to 6, price $4.95at Your llakinso So You .f

STUMP'S.Dr. .
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--- Can Enjoy The I un. .
;
and Mrs J. Warren Kau

) man Misses. Lucile Mitchell, Eve '

: lyn Stump, Hazel Fields, Mary Lappe Bakery ;4

YOUR CAR we have a new FOR SALEONE Powell. Vivian, Marian and Prissy
B11LCO auto radial! Immediate McRae. and B. C. Holtzendorf, Jr., an: w. CALL MT.
itallatton A. low... l<3.60. NEW 8-BEDROOM residence. I It
JtEPHERD RADIO SERVICE, attended the Westminster Fellowship Tlinnn 16

furt at Madlaon streets Btarke OU7'a1DFpwul'rm'' PIT is Q.AI. Rally at Flagler Memorial Fur Free Delivery
U Semi-IJIOBB 14 gal. White enamel Church In St. Augustine Sunday.Mr. .. :It t
1460 A 1. Other paint at low "
If price .
T YOUR FARM CITY AND LVMHRHl la6. 1x8 3.S. h:8: Bx BUS AIGRETTES: (left to right) Marie McKinney -
13, 190-170 Windows and Mrs. A. Russell Nor-
; complete
KESS PROPERTY Plumbing Flttleg.; 44 In. Ply Wood;: man and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ruth Edwards Jo Ann Smith, Virginia Carmichael Helen I p- I"
Pine Flooring; Hook Hhelvea.FIM .. Adkins. (Photo by T. II. Osborne.) I
< weekend ot
guests
iH LIMKI Whit. Cement, Crosby were
Olnnn. Block Sand. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Crosby I In Come and.Enjoy A Good Cold Glass of Beer H'
ALSO Concrete Pipe; Conoret Mrs. D. W. Moore recently wasa 863 South Conception Street, Mobile .,
SELLS REAL .
S'I'ROU Blocks, all sizes; pipe step> atone. 2reensboro.
ESTATE house piers, floor Cement; Rock tl, Alabama. I
; weekend guest of her sister Mrs.
Greateaf aAveHlaer o( e.... Mortar Mix, Steel Windows; Po.lnl( Mrs. W. B. Alexander was hostess You are required to appear on And A Tasty Sandwich {With French Fries At
try property. II ae evade over Oil and Block Paint; Concrete Flour T. S. Brown, In Hampton.Mr. November 24, 19ft, In the hove
1 II''.. or Home._F.rm.- complete; Dump Truck Hauling.One last Thursday to her mother named Court and cause, wher.lnplalntlrf \ ,II \
w. Karen frem all over. t.. Hkll-8aw, new. Mrs. :M. L. Maynard sister,
f" Free open llatlaa LOTS FUR BALE. |200 Up IGO and Mrs. .C. II. Nasworthy seeks divorce Bradford I
'STROUT down, |90 mo. 1 In cUr limit Mrs. C. O. Dupula Mrs. Ernest County TelvKranh' shall publish' this The.PINETaQEiC
REALTY AGENCY weekend of Mr. and Order' In four :
GF'V6RAL' CON RACfihi all of Alachua and Mrs were guests next weekly Uaue
Higgins, *" an.1' .
RRADFOItU HINOfnMliBHINU! CO. ..Wi'.tn official' aeal
"BprMente Locally By J. Maurice Edwards. Phone K4 Harry Basset of Miami. Mra. J. O. Heaver in Brunswick, :.r.t.rlee. Florida' this October II.OKF.ICMT.8RAr. ..
C. HOLLJNGSVTORTI1 Ga. < INN"'" I
( .
118 So. Walnut St INSURANCE: write a 11 lines: Mrs. J. R. Hardee of Fernandina A. Clerk of said )Court A. J. Thomas .

tt'LT life.fire, automobile See me for your liability Inauran and 'was a guest all last week of her Overnight guests of Mr. and ny Lucille C. Conner, D C. One Mile South of Starke on Route 100!
8. P. nOWBLt,, Spirit. need N. D Walnwrlght Jr., 12sW. I brother and sister-in-law Mr. and y-wiSnJuSrvUd. ar"i-m Bldg.Atty. .
ist And;lain: ', and Healer" State Call St., Phone 164 tf Mr. Wilbur Scott were Mr. andMra. ,
OdLuther e **. 'Mrs. L. A.Davla. for 1'lf. 10-24 4t 15-19
$ N. Walter Glatzau and Mr. and
Clarkp'lac.. mL WANTED experienced waitresses..
Starke on Rd. 00. 'Look for you.-Carueo's GrillI227o21.*Main Just arrived : beautiful Mrs,, Harold Nevllls who stopped iii ..I. I
fa .
tffc' Wednesday, en route to their
Bt. So, Gainesville, Kla., Phone I!assortment! ladies dresses, allI'lzeSf
SALE Ont "-room house, unrntehed ie 4-w. tf i prices $5.95 to $12.95. homes In Deland following a four

I.bod.! Immediate; one 4-room poeaeealon.house, fur- FOR SALE-One blonde bAd room styles at STUMP'SMrs. months' stay In Canada and Give For CHRISTMAS e

uir. 4ij Center at. suite complete with spring and Michigan
I Stars ; 11la mattresa. Herbert Deal spent las

SALE Tliree-qaarter' bed, spring andmattreaH. 'weekend at her home In Orlando Save $5 to '$10 by buying
QI
".nol type $"00- truck May be carry-all.seen on One double bed complete.dremier ,where she enjoyed visiting friends your ladies winter coat atSTUMP'S. Sampson Card Tables ONLY
Madison 8t. Parked One solid cherry
across
One white enameled coal or weod I Iran. and relatives. .

r Write flout aOl,Starkehune ... :Metal lip Htalnlmn, Burn-proof top
One set of porch furniture.One Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney;
full use bathtub with fix 'were in Palatka Sunday visitingMr. Strong Enough For A Man to 8anil 3-
:MATTRESSES tur.. IM riRcrrr c-oi'nr. II"1'0)
on Makes an Excellent Desk For Stu-
buffet. Mrs. John Milligan.
One oak and f'Ol'v'rY. ri.oiiiati IMc (. '84".
OF ALL KINDS One lining table and slut: chalra >:nr.eonurd. dent. To Study On.: f

RE."I'OVATEDtf' One 18xl army hutment.with three Paul E. Canova Jr., a student .. J. Solomon plaintiff. ve.
block home
Six: room
Huther Dorothy 1'efen
bedrooms, unfurnlnhe'1 or furnished ',at St. Leo Academy at Dade City, Uunt.. Cane No. KIOJ Solomon
with the above furnishing and weekend with his ORDER OP rT"LirvTto.v
last
!
:spent
( IVj acre of land on highway close AND NOTIOFI Tl APPRAIISTATE Platform Rockers
/ to good town ml.southanon highway mother, Mrs. P. E. Canova. : OV KIXmiDA to: Mr*.
-- llil.r'otOe: tho \ Esther Dorothy Hnlotnon, whose
.. 100, right Beautiful assortment of the evidence and address tmt lOt Ah- I'OTTKRV iIAMED'
1 from Stanley'e Ranch. lip 11-7 Icy Ave.. Charleston, South CuroIn .1
newest Nylons at STUMPS.Miss ... 17.95 and up
FOR SALE Fine aacondrunneMleelonary Ton are required! to appear on Electric Lamps
FURNITUREREUPHOLSTERED atrawberry plant*. l Sara Barefoot was the December B, 1047 In the above I
thousand and you 1 Boxt96 Sanford named Court and 'eau... wherein
E!:' T. Chapman Rt. weekend guest of Miss Connie plaintiff, seeks divorce. Bradford I t Tapestry Upholstery Drastically Reduced
AND REFINISHED n" Phone 1110W 11-7 lip Knight In Keystone Height ("ounty Telegraph shall publish this Assorted Colon. In Price To
Order In next four weekly. Iftetiea.Wltneaa II
Drop V. A CmrdMATTRESS FOR Tunfurnish d'apartmeots. Adams small son of Dr. mr hand and official seal Frame Made of Selected
a\STISOS niBhed John at Htarke. Florida, this November Ifardwooilii
CO.
very clone In. Desirable location I and Mrs. H. H. Adams underwent 6. 1547. 4.95Hll.htly
&ig behavedchildren.
230 Falatks FlvJT No objection to well Hosltal (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
.-Mr. and Mr*. W. II I a tonstlectomy in Shadycrest Aa Clerk of said Court I
Nnllmnn 101 W. Madison Sit I IBOATR >! Tuesday. By Lucille C. Conner, I>. C. Beautiful Shades
t. _Lake Cottage, S rooms Stark. T. Frank indrum, Htarke'. Fl.
't. is refrigerator. electric.<< / Pitts of Gainesville Atty. for Plf. 11-7 4t ll-aj
.... ISO J. ft TRAILERS II and! 1ft < Miss Virginia Make Our Store TOYS
month. Mra. B. VI
'" 4H-ln. beam cu.tom of Miss
wling. 11'7 W. Call, Ph. Ill It plywood boats at Baaaett was a weekend guest 11 'R'.T cornr. nninroHnfAI It
U. PERSOV made Starke. tt 11 3i I Carol White. ''WTT. FLORIDA> II. 11141.cmr. Your 5-Burner Oil Stove
who found bill fold ..
.'IM riorlda Theatre Sunday; night Elertrolux. keroenerrtererator. re' of 'dress Charlea Edward Wlna-o, Plaintiff Doll Carriages' 'I
'J. to John Paul pionoy- FOR SALE-. large elie.. -flee Mrs. Nice assortment v.. Sarah Ca..lday Wlr o, Defendant Christ inay and
.'u to keep money but return bill Lula Molt at Bark.dale'. Store... I prints just arrived i atSTUMP'S. f.... Nn. e4*. Coaster Wagons One 4IturnerOil
Florida office' *' -" ORDKR OF PITBUCATION
t ono. Very uT.hnr'b" UP Starke. ::; AND NOTICK TO APPEAR headquarters| Stake Body Wagon Stove

COW. white lens and.tom.b. STATE OPFLDRIOA to Sarah .
ryrk: "LE-U31. Plymouth plcfc-up BL.\"K. tip end horn.. sawed: al- Herbert Green returned Thursday Caolday Wlna-o, whose realdence la: Tricycles'
ace .
'Otte 8. E. K"-dy- c Poundllnatearn. of last week following a four- Jek
City
He1Ifhl. Itp rtheld !
being
i In "We Have Many Your Nationally! Advertised
to Maryland.A.
business) trip
Owner Jay<<
-IIhrlne 1I1.rk. stts.rl.lm AUTOMOBILE Baby Beds
Slit tie clasp, Mondayll upon payment of Sealy MattrewHe
lr'.tr.'n II(' reward St., or In Florida I co.y.; 11-7 W. Anderson Jr. spent Sat- U \ ILlTY rRANCE Suggested Gifts Youth Beds Available Here NowIT'S !

it' rOlurn to ysDBerOdom .'Hllc". C.bln.t"l rday-night In Lake City playing
'ltl! ,n. IIt.rk.. It t'OR tlAL woods healer. ...e.. on.. Although not compulsory. It Ix
coal or for a dance.
e Co.t $76 .acrlflc. for much safer a.J early LUtrfJItyInnuranr

t'.t. InFORsnoALE'E.s/al/ *. season.'36-& W. 7ompklns. RaIfFP. ':! Mrs. S. 8. Dowling and daughter *>. I wrpmtmt only old A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

1 U. Ht.rk., Fla. ttp 11-14 Fla. Mrs. Wilson !.foe recently ar- HIM, n-ll..l>l0 fork compeuileHb

18CRIBE to the Jacksonville FOR SALE tr.e"and kerosene 10..al tank.hot rived for several days' visit with Tour bunlncw will be pprecl

!'"naL For "louver awe A..' H. water eondlUon.heater $20. Bee .t Pine and Mrs. E. K. Perryman.Mr. tcd.

pry ark.flout Ft.etls. 703 Lafayette It It-14 Good Tree Inn. 1 mi. 8E!: tltar" fie, Judge 12* W. Call 8&pecOpptnalt JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.

Row 150.WANTED and tin. t*. ,N. Prt-vatt
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I aa" oee .A s.eo.dhaad plea. tilted Ms\ father R. R. Prevail I

elnreaR i 8toye .. .... L. 3. or'ep' Boa 17' Stark. Up I unday! afternoon. TIM latter re- I"1M PHONE 151 }

I16La WTI TorInformallOe sired several broken ribs and N. D. Wainwrigiit.. Jr. STARKE., FLA.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TEUCaBAPtt. 8TABKB. FLORIDA' ..FRIDAY, lIio.mQ; 7' la.


r as dinner guest last Sunday their I and children of Sunnybrook, Mr. "The Egg And Wee Prize Fairy", "A Small- Linda Black Chllda Gen'-; were Live recently Oak. They visiting were relatives accompanied in- Oak.S... E. Sparks
law and daughter, Mr. and and Mrs. Robert Taylor and little : of Stark, ,
son-ir.- (
Is Popular Hit Hicks home by Mrs. Chaataln'a guest
Pine LevelBy I : Charlene, of Lake City, Langford speaker at the
[ :Mrs. Odel Green and children of daughter First
Easter Rivers and
At Park alsters Mrs. tlat Church at
Mr. and Mrs Miss Juanita Alvarez :Miss Gwen Mrs. Llnnl Seley moved last both
Mrs. II. M. McRa Hellbronn Springs Mrs. Shelley Crews, both of Live evening services morning
e R. J. Starling and baby of Starke, dolyn McRae, and Mra. Susie My- One of the most to Starke and now has an last Sunday
W. E. Hall filled his regular Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Cannon and rick. of the year, "The Egg on Water Street of 11II -
,t,, Rev.appointments at Pine Level mother, Mrs. Viola Cheshire, all Miaa Shirley McRae was a dIn. come to the Park city. WE HAVE RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF
*Baptist Church Sunday morning of Palatka, Mrs. W. I* Johnson of ner guest of Miss Barbara ConnerIn for a three-day run. and Mrs Clarence Hicks and Brinley Steel Beam Turn Plows
I and evening with 304 in the Sun- Raiford, Mrs. R. R. Grlffla and Starke Sunday. Fred MacMurray, 1 Virgil Sykes, of Jacksonville,
| day School classes. Grlf- Mrs. Alice Oliver and grandson bert, and Marjorie i the weekend aa guests of 7 Inch Steel Beani $13 8 Inch Steel Beam $n.-
and :Mrs. Bill *
family, and Mr. film was adapted< from
Mrs. Alvin Jackson of Jacksonville Wayne Sapp, of Hellbronn, spent; and Mrs. W W Kicks. 11 Inch Grove Light 2-Horse $16.75
was visiting her brother-in- fls and family of Raiford. Tuesday wlth'Mrs. Eaton Brown. book by the same i Herschel Parker has returned .. 64
I and sister. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Those who were dinner guests of Wayne got hla leg badly burned the rib-tickling story
law after a brief visit last week
I Lewis, recently.Mr. Mr. and Mrs H. M. McRae Sunday early Monday morning while couple who try to Cullman, Ala. We Carry A Fall Line of Brinley Parts at
and Mrs. Joe Starling had were Mr. and Mrs. L A. Crosby standing in front of the fireplace on the farm. Reasonable Prices
.
"The Egg And I" B Wiggins, K. B. Watter-
His pajamas caught on fire. as the book of the M. L. Watterson J. W. Horne T. L. WAINWRIGHT & SON
Mrs. May McKinney of Sampson been enjoyed by rnllllo A. :Minton were visitors to -
city and daughter Joyce ers all over the world. last Sunday afternoon. Lawtey, Florida,
N Before buy a' W@her. .. were visiting Mrs. Eaton Brown and
you Next Wednesday and Mrs. T. C. Chastain
Tuesday.Sam
Park's double
W. Langford of Grant! a the lilting musical .. : -.
Rapids, Mich., spent the weekend Dream", starring June
here with his parents, Mr. and John Payne, and "
Mrs W. R. Langford. with Don Ameche, DAILY t. ;D .ff
Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRao of bert, and Dick Foran. & I C
Lake Butler and little lIOn, Harley,' Thursday and Friday Food OIlee j b
were visiting relatives here Satur 15, th. Park will Dog
for Murder" and ..AA
i # 1 day.We are sorry to hear of the with Johnny Mack ] MEAL TYPE r h ntfl&( ..
illness of Edward Drlggerl. He is aerial and cartoon.

In the hospital at Plant City. : /4
Mrs. Susie Myrick of Lake Sib. 65c .
Geneva spent the weekend with Bro o k l '

her son and daughter-in-law Mr. By Mm. Paul .... .. 6
and Mrs. Robert Myrick.
House Milk 3 ,tall 35c ||
r Mrs. J. E. Starling and children cans need Par rolit.Rresa itslghh,
of Starke spent Tuesday with Mrs. PTA CARNIVAt.The sponsored .. .. .,.. ous best Choese Your Iaour|

Russell Thomas. lowe'en PTA Carnival Tomatoes, No. 1 can 9c blenJ ledayl

with store, fish a chicken pond, cake I .. ,
CKUKtETSMy ty booth and bingo. IN TOMS\TO SAUCE Yi hrr ejy0 o
J S.I.i .M.Julith BEANS 2 for
i 25c r0 1
o were sold on a quilt WITH PORK .
"See the names, below, of some of us Maytag owners cake. Mrs. R. F. .. '1 I' I
here in town.We will welcome a change quilt, J. R. Mott the
who live right I
' to tell you what we think of Ma'talCall or 'phone ,and The Orle following Prescott the were Spaghetti, 15 3-4 oz. 10c Mild M.il.ad, /ull AI.A Ld4d and_ rn.w.u: Wnq:::

l V{i some of us, or any other 'owners> you know- 7Z'- rule: I .. 2 Ib. Bag 2 lb. Bag ZIb Bar
relatives, friends or neighbors. Tnaf the best way in Senior Queen Tomato Juice, No. 2 can 10c 77c 83c
the world to find out the things you should know .p A King Donald I' .. 87c
before you buy a washer. We millions of owners eye Junior Queen -
so enthusiastic about our Maytags that we like to pass Junior A large King crowd- Glen I lona Flour FRESH A &; P Grapefruit
the good word along. Why not find out for yOurs. uMsi'HMMftoday FRUITS & VEGETABLES
/ ?" The regular PTA JUICE
25 Ibs.
held Thursday night
' Over 4Vt million Maytag have been IOld"..far more than Red Delicious
; any oth.r w..h.r. Mrs.plans Cain's were made room for SELF RISING APPLES, 2 Ibs. 33c

p Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Starke, Fla., Ph. 183.W Mrs. Annie Lewis Is 46 oz. 19c
daughter, Mrs. Grady I 1.79 YORK IMPERIAL
Mrs. Raymond Prevail, Rt. 1, Starke, Fla. Baldwin.Mra .
APPLES 2 Ibs. 23c oAnn -
,
'w Mrs. E. O. Elder, Rt. 1, Starke, Florida =-- MIDWEST I I Imi. Ida Craig of 0 -
If i-iUllfS.I me e visiting her brother, Page
When you talked to tome Maytag owners, "Nobudy haah but us client. Boss!" ell, last week. NORTHERN TOILET Bun. Carrots, 2 Ibs. 29c
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie MayonnaiseIssue
com in and toll us what you think of Maytag. of
Johnnie
o STAHKE DRY 1r CLEANERS son Mrs. Ather Dyal of ORANGES, doz. 20c 1 pt. 40c

{ ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUPPLY rHONI AND 21 LAUNDRY GREEN' BUILDING visiting Sunday. Mr.. and airs\ 8c Grapefruit, 2 for llc eAnn -

Mr. and Mrs Royce Page

Xtr l' 3 ..rrt STARKE, FLA. Mr.sonville' and Mrs.were L.weekend A. STORK"A i"A .'- GRAPES:'2 lliI. 29c 't 3111'Clli\ Wheal
f Lee Gainey. Fels Naptha Laundry 0 '
Mr. and Mrs. Lee '
,
'I visiting friends and Rutabagas, 2 Ibs. lIe 1 Ib. 1325c oz.
Announcing The Opening Of Sunday. They Soap,
at New River LOOSE WHITE

idsl The r here Reddish Monday Andrews afternoon. 2 for 17c Potatoes, 10 Ibs. 45c

RONNIE DONNIE STORE Mr and Mrs. Gerald LOOSE IDAHO .
-
visiting
of Starke were Bright "
erts' father, Blrt Sail Potatoes, 5 Ibs. 35c SunnyfleldPuffed
228 EAST CALL STREET Mr. and Mrs. Earney
.. .. LAke Butler were also Soap Flakes Field Peas, 2lbs. 19c Rice
Mr. Stokes Sunday.
Mr. and :Mrs. Rosco 12 1-2 oz. 25c 8 oz. 15c
OPENING DAY SATURDAY, NOVE MBER 8 High Springs and Bananas, Ib 12c;

.. .. .. Pinholster of Brooker .._" I .
weekend in Jacksonville.\
Everything For The Child From Birth To 12 Years of Age :Mr. and Mrs. T. SWIFT'S SELECTED' BEE

-.. .. .. .. .. .. Mrs.Green Dave were Green shopping and in I

-Dun. Ihireae" POLO SHIRTS "Twill Sheen Durene" Monday afternoon. Grade AA Sirloin lb. 91c FreshFlorida
Pastel Shade Little Boy Blue Jtt; Little Friends of Mrs. J. ,
Sixes 2, 4, 0. $1.00 It Jack Homer Suits are sorry to hear she Is Mullet, Ib, 20
Grade AA L L b 67c
( White Polo Shirts and Blue or In Riverside Hospital, eg-o- am

rr POLO"Twill SHIRTS Sheen with Durene", news Yellow Pants '3.98 ville.recovery.We all wish her Center Cut Fresh Oysters,pt. 82cChuck

Mother Cloono Designs '"Twill Sheen.Durene" Please come to the ROAST, lb. 41c
19 Sizes 2, 4, 0 '..69 Little Bo Peep A; Mary Had onstration meeting to be Fish Fillets, Ibt ,- 3Sc
I !$t t A Little Lamb Suit. Mrs. J. W. Thomas Dressed &; DrawnFRYERS
"Twill-Sheen Durene" White Polo Shirt and Blue or Nov. 14, at 3 o'clock. lb. 65cFseah GroundHamburger
,
CKEEPKK Pastel Shades Yellow Skirt fa.911: Whigham and Mra Ib. 31c
,
Maize, Blue, White all ladles to be present. 1
SUes 0, I, 2 91.89 1'r.YSUITSsst.. Colors Mrs Myrtice Lewis Brisket Beef, 31c
Shoulder 41c
, a and Size $1.89 Petersburg Is visiting 1 SwIft's Tender Lamb, lb.
' .
PKUAL: PU8Hr.K3 Sent.J Mrs. C. S. Kelley. I
i Poplin Navy, Maroon. Green HOPSACKINQ CREEPER: Beef LIVER, lb. 58c Spare Ribs lb. 53cV
Size 2, 4. 6 $2.23: .hllt. Size &; Color 1)11.69) ..... ,_ ,- -, 0 -
; - WWW JAI
, I'lnVhlJf'l (rtluroy BIB OVERALL ji
2 i

Size I INFANT 8I, 5, 8, 6x WEAR- ,:a.39 By 1\ln.,M. C. i I' 1 1001bs.Talco-20Pct' 4.85'251h'' S. Scratch Talco Feed I 1.53_


'A 'I' :. '
mml Lovely "Mack-Ira Swtat" SUNDAY SCHOOL P* -
Infant Dresses $3.98 The Junior Class of I Talco Talco
1 00 Ib
65625 ,43e
4 TINY TODDLE SHOES 41 lan leather: Sunday. Miss Helen School i s. Laying. .Mash. Ibs. Laying: Mash I _

entertained with a I
' Solid Color and Two Tone HandsomelyMany Hallowe'en at
Party
GIpG
di''
' Packed In Clear- Acetate Boxes, ',u, ,,u 4 'r.. tion Hall, on -

t ...aWuR last was week.had by A all very the }100 Ibs. Scratch Talco.. Feed. 5.95 2S-Ibs. Growing Talco Mash 1 1.43
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Other Gift Items For Showers, Parties, Etc. present I .-- '

R PRIZE WINNERS s ...-
Those winning Notch
100 Ibs.Top 4.73 Talco
TOYS, TOYSBUY Friday Hallowe'en night School for out. Feed 25 Ibs. StartingT: Mash 1.48

tumes were in order : .. .-- .. -
BUY NOW ; STOCK First Prize, "Colored 1
Mrs. Alma Saxon; GREAT BIO Join The Throng of Satisfied A & P Customer) in
FOR CHRISTMAS IS NEW COMPLETH: Starke and Surrounding Trade Area Who Rare
QUICK RELIEF TENDER SWEET PEAS covered the New Joy of Shopping In Our New e0 R.aI.

Symptom STOMACH el Dfetr*** GREEN GIANT'L'" Shopping Thrill.Call Street. You'll Agree Its \

I DUCTO EXCESS I PEAS fGros

Fr*.BookT.IU. FREE BALLOONS Given To First 50 Customers CallingAt Must. Hlpr,. It WUI C..t V 20c
O.-mlUip.-.of & A&P Food' Store
Our Store TIIKATMBMV ha.r tMn aid
Saturday Morning :::l=:=--='':&

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ratBol IIl'1K'lfle
LUTHER G. SAVAGE MANERA SAVAGE, diM&"IXMW ...KoM_ 18 *T Tta Great Attakrtfe :E1
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Owner Manager ..*far-__-. -.." E. CALL STREET STAR
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yo.VE.MBEB'_ ._, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARE FLORIDA PAGE SEVER

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by Edna Noegel, and was most serve as I
accompanist and Chap Mrs. Reddish Andrews 138
Interesting to young and old. lain L. A. and chil- votes were cant. at Lawtey, wa visiting: In Lawtey last Monday Norman withdrew from our School
Shepherd of the State dren, Mr. and Mrs. Russell .
Green with If. C. Harley getting 33. A. .
this week. with
11YChs Two They are moving
messages In keeping with Farm will
the times were given Sunday chorus. assist in directing the and children, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. L. Green of Brooker 31 and S. A,. Mr. and Mrs C R. Crews and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee- ,
Tomllneon and son, Frank, Mr. Weldon of Starke 23. There .
morning and were family were visiting St. Augustine Norman, to Miami.
evening the All man
by of
Spon- men the church '
are asked and Mrs\
Floyd Wiggins; and Mr. several write-In votes cast in Law- Hunch Inst Sumluy.
tan| Church sor.Mr.. and Mrs. to come and lend aid to this great and Mrs. G. W. Andrews.Mrs. tel. O. W. Durham received 3, Miss Elltho Collins wn the
Roebuck
J. 1\1. Dixon Parker, of Gainesville, and Rev. service the of Increasing manpower In O. F. Tomlinson Is contemplating O. W. Roberts 1, and Mrs. Jewell guest of !Mr. anti Mrs. Clyde Hall I
It p'v were visitors church. The nucleus of the
a visit to St. Roberts
Scnool10 a. m to the Tabernacle chorus Petersburgthis 1. Lawtey voters gave of Therexaa last Friday night. On Freud stuck of excellent typewriter -
Jay Sunday will be formed by the men weekend to visit
her Mrs.
daughter, Florence
Brown
nWorahlp11 a. m. evening 8 and Mrs Saturday Miss Colllnx visited her ribbon at THE TELl!:
members of the choir: G. S. New- Mrs. R. V. Cowan. Mary B. Brown 1 In the
Starke sister, Mrs. J.
R. UKAPH.
Lee
In
rvlce.-7:30: p. m. The tract St. Au 1
and
s poster distribution comb, T. T. Long, L. F. Smith
nlPg Sr.. Charles Schubarth made two District, while Tyler Jones of gustine.The .
Mating! WednesdayTabernacle by the Laymen, in bus sta- J. W. Ritch, VVm. C. Smith, Claude business
get trips to Jacksonville last Brooker received, one vote In Law- WMU met at tho Baptist t
p. m. tions, hospitals, etc., Is being enthusiastically Barton, and E. L. Matthews. weekend. toy Church last Tuesday afternoon. tI'

received and through Following the evening Service The Lazcnbya have finally The WSCS met at the Methodist I''
-
e publicity Is spreading to other Sunday there will be an informal moved to the "city limits" of New The Lawtey City Council met Church last I'I.
communities and states get-together in the recreation River-in the Carl Wynn home. In regular session last Monday Tuesday after.noon I.i I.

sponsors of the Tabernacle building with the same committee The REA Is becoming availableto evening with L. H. Patch, II. C. i
.
L Mrs. J. T. Quigley were Methodist ChurchA of ladies serving doughnuts and more people through here who Harley anti B. J. Anders present Mrs. Vergle CoMing and daughter i I
service again Fridayg coffee to all Only routine business was trans of Plant City were called toLawt..y !
Im the members and friends. did not get lights at first-the E. :
\ their two week vain Male Chorus Is The acted at this meeting. The Clerk last week to be with her Day
after being organized pastor will speak at the A. Sapp, for Instance, and across brother
Henaersonville. North among the men of the First morning service Sunday on "A the river, the C. B. Hayes family reported that some material was 111. Mr., Fisher Gaskins Casklnn, who was eLI'I' 4 f ;
is much
na Methodist Church congregationand Workable Faith in an Age of and the See&er Johns family. being placed on the grounds for Improved. -

:!n-minute Memorial ser- will take over at the evening- Trouble". Joe Lazenby missed some of the City Jail. AT ITS BEST i:
dlcated to the memory of service Sunday night, Nov. 9, at The Church School meets at school this week with flu. The Youth Fellowship group of Mrs. G.V.. Roberts is spending I
F. A. Scott, waa held at thelot 7:30 o'clock; singing appropriate 10 a. m. with a class for every age Charley Cowan of the University the Methodist Church attended the several days In Doland as the The 'Life Of Your Clothes f
the service. Readings and hymns and special numbers suited Bible Story Hour Tuesday aft- of Florida was visiting his Garfield Evans Union Meeting in guest of her father J. II. Tatum. Depend On The CARE I

I were given and a cut glass for male chorus voices. ernoon at 2:30: and 3:30: o'clock. wife, Eloise, who is living at present Waldo last Monday evening. Fifteen Junior Mrs. Melba Partla--one of the They Receive. All Garments i I
fof beautiful rose-pink chr et All men of the congregation are Every child of the community is with her father, M. L. Johns young people from here attended High School teachers attended Carefully HAND t !
Visitation
mum were placed In invited to attend the practice Sat invited to attend. M. S. Hayes of Gainesville planted the meeting. Miss Adel Yonge Demonstration Day in P. K. FinishedCLEANER I
of love and esteem. urday night at 8 o'clock in the Prayer meeting Wednesday nightat his 45-acre: (cemetery field) Dinkins is the sponsor of these School last

Lite the rainy weather Sat- recreation building. After the 7:30 o'clock, using the theme, across the river in blue lupine young people Saturday.Vernon Johns, of the HONE :
nth 09
f evening there was a 'good practice, coffee and doughnuts will "Jesus and the Laws of Life" which he innoculated. He plans to Miss Madge Whlgham, Home Grade pupils moved one to Jackson. I

jot young people present at be served by a committee com- Come enter into these discussions. plant bahal later in the spring behind Demonstration Agent, met with I vlllo last week. Vernon will attend
ouch Meeting, which was ledbia posed of Mrs. Carl Johns, Mrs. this. This blue lupine Is the 4-H Clubs last Monday. The I .
Smith Junior
Kirby
and Leonard Noegel. And W. K. Torode Jr. and Mrs. Joe Presbyterian Church really "looping" now. You can see girls of Lawtey School are taking School. High I II

Bible quiz was presented Martinez Mrs. A. Z..Adkins will It becoming greener In the field much Interest in their club work. The J. H. Nix family, who have

Morning Worship Sermon 11:00A. : by the day. The rains and cool I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cobb of been living just north of the

M. "The Miracle of His Birth" weather will be of help to It, since Tennessee were visiting at the City, 'moved to Brunswick, Ga.,
will be the theme. This Is the the field is high and drytypical"river hom of Mr. and Mrs Ed Durban last Tuesday. 110 Washington St, Starke 11
third in the series on "The Creed land", as the old timers callit. last Friday, Marie Norman and Madeline

of Christendom." Visitors are always C. R. Crews and sons II C. and

/ 1 welcomed. Mrs Rhoda Dowling visited old Elma, were visiting in Green Cove t

Sunday School, 9:43: : A. M. friends and neighbors In Lake Springs last Saturday.

11 Westminster Fellowship 6:00: P. Butler Wednesday. Freddie Moore was in Jacksonville EXPERT REPAIRS

i M. All young people are invited. Green Salad last week for a ton lllctomy.
Vegetable .
Reports of the St. Augustine meet- Mrs. Moore accompanied her son Itl TRIC A-PPL1ANCI J ,
Ing will be made, and the Fellowship The writer of this column was to Jacksonville
Joe and Wilds ( )
visiting Hayes
will be re-organized. Glenn Bohanan of Green Cove We specialize: In retngermtors, washIng
Bradham in Gainesville last week-
Cottage Prayer Meeting will be end. Among the excellent/ foods Spent Saturday night In Lawteyas :d machined, toasters, fan, waffle
than itsleaning held at the home of Mr and Mrs. the guest of H. C. Crews.
John Uglow, on Wednesday, Nov... that they served for a dinner, Joe Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban had Iron vacuum cleaners, Irons, eta

12. at 8 P. M.New fixed he a learned green from salad a Quebec using a, Can-recIpe as their guest last Sunday, Mrs.Durban's "Where A Guarantee Means Something"STEWART'S

parents, Mr. and Mrs
ada chef this summer while on a S. L. Williams APPLIANCE SERVICE
and her ulster l and
i visit there.: It "out of
was simply brother-In-law Mr. and Mrs. M. 603 Temple Ave. ItoxOl Storke Fla.
River this world" and too good to pass
M. Matchett all of Hampton.

That well-suited well-groomed I look . . -don.t up and not have pass on.another So here dinner'tis I .Mrs. J. M. Reddish of Starke I'r

without trying It:
depends on meticulous BRIDGEBy
\ AND LONG
In a wooden bowl he rubbed r
cleaning. We
Jessie Lee Lazenby garlic Juice. Then he took cold:

give your suits fastidious crisp lettuce, trimmed celery)I .
t r e atment stalks, cucumbers, and onions,I One Custom Mad e
removing all dirt and HOUSE WARMING: I
and cut them up with a knife and '
odor preserving both A nice crowd gathered at the fork (not touching with hands) in .

the fabric and the press. home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Merritt the bowl. Before he cut the vegetables -

We are at your service Saturday afternoon and gave the he added salt, pepper, olive MATCHING PILLOW I .1.
couple nice, practical -
many presents
always. oil, and vinegar. The last vegetable I
to be enjoyed In their new :
was tomato, cut in small
home. Sandwiches and drinks were sections (like orange slices) which ;i

served. were barely stirred into the other & With Each Set Tailored Seat Covers : I

HALLOWE'EN PARTY vegetables. I

PHONE 135 The Long Branch Christian Don't make It too early, for I It
Church was the scene of much will wilt. Just before meal time 'November
During Only
ROBT. 315 merriment Thursday..nlght of last Is best-then 'serve Immediately. '\d
GREEN nI-; .. week when members of the congregation This salad has been repeated aNew
"J-U<
the grounds for a Hallowe'en Par- and minus". By that we mean ,ijI I
,fIIj. Ave. ty. Apple bobbin' was the out- all the above mentioned vegetableswere

standing feature, and after much not available, but nevertheless ,STARKE SEAT COVER COMPANYCOURT 1
fun the merymaker gathered those that were made It excellent -

around a bed of coals and roasted Too a dash or two ot MADISON STREETS: !t
welners. Cole slaw and punch chop suey sauce added to the
were served with hot dogs by Mrs other sauce Ingredients adds some- tI
T. H. Sheppard and Mrs. E. A. thing extra. Try it! t.f I i
THE FACT .1 S. 8Y6ENERAL ELECTRIC

.. Sapp. I
Among those from other places

participating In the fun were the Waft your thrills go up with
Rev. and Mrs. Fred Dodd of Twin LawteyDy It i

Lakes Mrs. Durden and son Bob- I
L. H. Futch BIG-CAR
by, Mrs. G. E. Crews and daughter QUALITY ,i
Carolyn, and Mrs. J. F. Crewe .

of the State Farm and Mr. and HALLOWE'EN CARNIVAL end your bills! com down

.. Mrs. Robert Ward and family of About 600 people gathered on
.gyflG, Starke. the school campus Thursday even-
uy AT LOWEST
II1I Ing, Oct. 30, to celebrate the festival -
Mrs. James Lavender states of All Saints. This is one
that she received a letter from of the big events of Lawtey. There
her sister-In-law Mrs. William were booths where various and
Smith (Neletha Lavender) in Columbia sundry things could be purchased,
Mo. stating that her moth- while the ladles' served chicken .

er-In-law had recently died. Mrs. dinners in the cafeteria.The COS'I
Smith's mother, Mrs. Lavender, If
first prize for the beat
there now on a visit.
costume was awarded to Clyde
The O. F. Tomllnsons enjoyeda
WalnMrrlght, one of the first grade
visit with their daughter, Ruth
pupils. Second prize went to De
PUMP! (Mrs. Henry Tomlinson) in Jacksonville lores Brannen, another firs t
WS PAY FOR ELECTRIC last Sunday. grader. Third prize was given to
Bud Johnson and James Laven-
Mrs. Morrell Carradlne and Mrs ,M' Fe7 ..
r IP WHENEVER SHE at Bland- .air
Camp
BOSSIE GETS WATER der are working- Pauline Redgrave, who wore unusual -

NEEDS WHEN ITS PUMPED Ing now. costumes representing hus-
a; INSTEAD OF Gene Andrews will begin work
band and wife 7G. '1 -l
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By HAND AND CARRlED.1O HER 5I-IE.GIVES with the Standard OU Co. hi There were many other excel- p

CONTAINING Starke Monday.Mr. lent costumes and the Judges were
107020
CENT'MORE'MILK
PER and Mrs. M.I S. Hayes of some time In making their deci

61012 PERCENT MORE BUTTERFAT: Gainesville were visiting Mrs. sions. The judges were Mrs. Tom

Hayes' sister, Mn. Mary Cason, Roberts, J. P. Wyrlck and A. E. ,It'* great fun to hove Big-Car beauty-llg-Car
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Sunday.
Massey.
0 The Albert Moodys and the E. The PTA realized fc nice sum for comfort-Big-Car performance and depend
HOT SEAT FOR L. Hammonds were in Hawthorn their efforts. Mrs. O. W. Roberts

fSTER.liZATON Sunday. president of the PTA, had chargeof abilityl! It'. even greater fun to enjoy lh.s. motoring advantage
Johns is building a house
BUGS! Lacy .
arrangements.TRUSTEE
S-E SOIL for a railroad man in Waldo this of lowed" coif In purchat price,operation and wpb..epl You i

/ week. ELECTION '
/ enviable combination In the
Hallo- Last the for get thIs new G.oIelth.1 IY
Those who enjoyed the Tuesday was day .
EQUIPMENT WIPES e'en Carnival in Brooker Saturday electing three trustees to represent motor car giving BIG-CAR QUALITY LOWEST COST! Chevrolet 1/.U1 k
OUT WEEDS, night were Mr. and Mr. Roy Tom-I Bradford County Schools for f fIs ;

I llaolwhose( son, Glenn, was the next two years. outstandingly beautiful" with the smartest of floss, colors, OO-WITH usa OASI OwvraMb J
BACTERIA, INSECTSIN crowned Junior King), Mr. and The unofficial report shows that powf.d .by e world'tcfiamplonValv .

FARMERS'HOTBEDS. .... upholstery and appointment!-the only low-priced car with a 4n-H.4i4 Ingfe. .-.... wigln' I .

that .IvM ,... f ..
( f performance who
Phone 52JMrs. luxurious Body by Fltner. great Mvfatf.I In gat..... otf.EKIOV .
l 6pBy OyDEF SF!VICE I II
INS 11J YEAR TEST!JA cos O4.Ow fee r Hartmann ?

: THIS IXTtA While. waiting for your n.w Chevrolet' f<
CERTAIN TYPE OP COMFORT AND car'-an" f
I SAfTTY virAau* .Ora your present preterv its
STEEL NOW USEDIN I Dinners .... a..e.ety" ; value well-by it 4
Plate Lunches Regular r .... a* bringing 10 u*
G-E TURBINES WAS 5c? unrg. Ks.. dependable service, now and at '

FOR: 11* YEARS Short OrdersSandwiches Adios *!<*.-*r __ FIRST TESTED hlpl.-airy ofdnc.
ATYPICAL EXAMPLeOF Soft Drinks body eonSM CO.'I
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Starts Monday I ,
Now River: Omen 4, Harley 4

i Weldon 4.
Dorkl.t..d for trial at the fall
llellbronnGrern: 15 Harley 15,
term of Circuit Court opening here
Weldon 15.Rising : .
next Monday Is the cane of State
versus .Tam"H 1 11.! Roger.*, 18-year- : Green 17. Harley 11Weldon ,
old Hartsvlll< S. C.. youth who 17.Brook'r 'I'I'I

was charged with "culpable nfg- : Green 35, Harley 28,'
llgcnco" In an Information filed Weldon< 28. :
here this week by State's Attorney O. W. Durham of Lawtey and
T E. Duncan. K. G Duncan of Starke received I

Rogers was held In connection five "write-In" votes each.Commissioners .
with an automobile collision In i ; r

Btarko on August 6 in which Mr AskedTo
Annie! Crawford rerelved mortal
Injuries The accident occured Aid With Paving

, when the car driven by Rogers
t( travilllnff north on Walnut Street, (Continued from page one) '
crashed Into the Hide of an auto- "- :-':"
Instructions given him from time

the mobile' intersection driven by of Lacy Walnut Silcox and at I to time. First row (left to right) John Rivers End ; Wm. Andrews, Tackle: Spencer Crews, Tackle; Bobby Frazier, Guard ; George Roberts, Center, I
Rtl
Tenth Streets The plat of "Little Hollywood"in Grider, Guard ; James Phillips End. Second row (left to right) :Roy Ra/, HB; Edward Shull, QB; Drew Reddish FB; Jimmie McRae. III!. ( ho
Sec. 7, Townshln 7 South Range
,, Rogers was later released from 22 Fast was duly approved for T. II. Osborne.)
the county jail under $2,000 bond record. This new subdivision In
softer a warrant had been sworn Edna: M PTIRH. whose realtlenre and Order In next four weekly Issues. IN CHU'i IT roiTKT. Bninronn Bertha Armour whore last knownresidence wltnese 1111" hand
being made by S. Campanella of address la AS: riopton St., Richmond Witness my hand and official seal. '01V TV, FLOIUUAl IM CHAM- and address la 48 Middle at And 'tfki,
Trot charging him with manslaugltor. Graham on part of an 160acretract Virginia or Route 3, Uretna Virginia at Starke, Florida thin October S'EMI'. St. South Boston: Massachusetts. tober, rrD"hlorhla. this 22nd
J John Armour, Plaintiff vs. You arc required. to appear on (
"' A coroner's Jury also found 22nd, 1947.OFFICIAL. Roy OFFICIAL SF-AT.I
of land recently purchased Defendant November 24th 1947, In th. above A. J
You are required to appear on ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Margaret Pvrtha Armour All Clerk of eel u T
that Mrs Crawford came to her by him from Buck Jones. Theproperty November 2lst 194T, In the abovennmod Aa Clerk. 'of said Court Cane No. 8062 named Court and cause wherein BI' L""II1" C"'. Conner Co ur t.
"' death aa the result of injuries re- Is located at the Intersection Court and causa, whereinplaintiff lly Lucille\ C Conner, D C.Starke' ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford John J. Hender.on Eaq,8L D. Co
seeks Bradford T. Frank Ll\ndrum. FlA. NOTICE TO APPEAR County Telegraph shall publish this tine, FIB,
.;I waived In an accident caused by of Highway 200 with the County Telegraph lhofl"'pUb this Atty for Plf 10-4//t !l-1/ STATE: OF FLORIDA tot Margaret Order In next tour weekly Issues. Atty. for PI' 10.1411SANTA'S

Rogers' "careless and reckless Brooker road, ......-.....__ __ .n
., Irlvlng. A resolution was passed by the Milk?
Settlement has been made out Bonn! demanding P'edpralappro- !
of court In connection with the priation sufficient to Five proper SIXTEEN PAGES O
i accident that fatally Injured Alice water control of the Everglades' ( s UGHTE
Marie Ruts one-year-old daughter section of Florida from the Kla- T O FUN and E
,of Mrs Effle Ruin and the late simmee Swamp to the Southernend e AND

Lacy Rule of Starke A coroner. of the mainland. Copies of l o o .
:r. Inquest held here November 30 the resolution were sent .to the % _
found that the child met its death President the Speaker of the .x
as a result of a collision with an House of Representatives the DONALD

y driven"automobile by Navy"being Lieutenant negligently F. C. Senator President from of the Florida.Senate and each _____________ MICKEY AND r

I McGInley of Starke and Green W M. Edwards, representing i0f Your Tree _________ _
l Cove Springs. I the City Council of Starke, offered gaduty ________ byWALT
N.w _
. This accident occurred November a proposition to provide suit- ________ DISNEY
\ 29 when a car driven by the able paving around the Bradford ______
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; Rul.i child uncle, Russell Grlffis County High School grounds. He _________ O e Come In Today
[ collided with one driven by Lt. stated that the property ownersof a ________ j For Your

McGInley on Call Street near the abutting property, the City of _________ Copy
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Florida Plastics building. Starke, the Board of Public In- ___ p.1u5i

Other Cases struction, and the Board of County III.1'r
. Commissioners could each -
/ participate b-
Also
docketed on Information
tried by the State's' Attorney this to the extent that none

1 I!ii week are the following cases: would burden have of expense.to share a The very matter heavy ; rntEyob VERY fiNEST TOYS ARE HERE IN GREAT ARRAY
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State of Florida vs. Harold H : tyalampalose.. Newt
laid the Board for
Che8brou was over by-
larceny 'of h.f 170 Information from Peter for Botonon grande further consideration.The :cee lltc ga' BUY THEM NOW ON BUDGET TERMS OR EASY LAYAWAY

August 28 list of errors Insolvencies, wonde
and double assessments on the
State of Florida vs. John Wilson -

t attempting to break and enter 1946 intangible by C. A.tax Knight roll was County presented << << SA.' J3/ fncAei Tan
chicken house owned by H. D
Hunt on Oct. 10 Tax Collector,showing an amountof Tb.y',. c/oy/ for Hours, Very Happy Alone/ +.

State of Florida vs. R. E. Bragg, reduction claimed of $92. After transportation of property for consideration, the report was ap- Smote, SmoJEt, Smoke 55.. Toot, Toot, Too*")

compensation without a certificate proved. P P Watch Her Whizztn' Round the Track

Ct. of public convenience and neces- A grocery bill for Ernest Byrd n .. ., t What a Super Train Is Thii .
former court house Janitor, In the +
sity. July 15. amount of $22.32 was ordered P P II B.st In San' ', Packl
State of Florida vs. Ralph Davis. n
forgery in connection with a checkallegedly paid.C. n I -_r-_.,. ..-- ;Jt.r
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forged on W. H., Smith Mott, O. E. Crosby Wilbur << B ETSY WETSY ( li rJ' / rktjM>:
for $7B. Starling, George Shuford J. C. S AND LAYETTE i 6.96 n I
I I State' of Florida vs. Thurman Davidson R. L. Brown. Thornton Give her a drink and ,
P. Jones withholding means of Johns, Russell S. McRae, Irvin f sh-h-h, she wets bar diaper!
support from family, August 28. Dyal, J. V. Edwards, Nelson T.
state of Florida vs Edgar Jacobs Green Purvis Green C. Van Al- << << _
!, transportation of property stlne. Buddy Runs, Marvin Thompson. S

'r 'compensation without a certificate Wesley Crews, C. C. Wynn. << g- _
of public convenience and fQI'E _ _

,I tensteln necessity same Also charge.Joseph A. Slat- TO Thin ALL.U WHOM to certify NOTICE IT that MAY I CONCERN have filed: << << <
my Final Accounting a* Atlmlnlnratnr -
State of Florida vs. John Williams LIONEL FREIGHT
of the Estate of Mary O. -
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breaking and entering Wolnwrlutit deceased, and will on << rr <<
Jurors Drawn the 3Bh day of Novmb, 1147
apply to the County Judge of Bradford 62.50;
The following Jury venire was County Florida. for my Final : tc
drawn this week: Discharge a.* Administrator of said '
. ..late.. t TOOT child and than his diCdrto wm enjoy this wonder
Herman Thomas R. A, Blanchard N. D. WalnwrlKht. train. It's built .
P to last for many, many Tears. Powerful\
L. L. Crawford, Herbert 10.14 4t 11-14 Administratorv FABLE AND n v, i b g locotnotlv and an trns-to-llf ear rnnnlog on tMTi
( 'Prescott, A. L. Green C. L Mil CIRCUIT (,051ST BRADFORD .1f01 IVIRYiMDII:':. "0" augaj traok.,Lion n0-w.tt trsnaformer Indalwl

,1 i liard. Brady Collins, Jake Sapp Buy on Budget Terms
or Lay-Away
F. M. ,. THMRIY
Norman. Aubrey R. Moore >ewey 1.. 8 ... Plaintiff. VM Edna ( 3' i," < '
a Earl Green K. T. Crews, J. S. 1'01. HARM O.t..n.lant.OF PtmUCATION Cane N... 6066.OnDEU Beanttfully flnlshod wood, polished tubular metal legs and g v 'fJ;.rIT,a S' 'W ;",\i<,,'1 :, 'ijxr P
'I'' Austin, O.. F. Tomlinson, Carl AMP NOTICE TO APPKAIt arms.,ultra modern, ultra cntal .8
, Carter, Roy demons, Nathan Hall, STATE OF FLORIDA to Mrn. II -- .
I Z ra Lennon, M. M. Matchett, N. ,
W.C.T.U. f

Here's a Toy They'll All Enjoys ROM In Each DlrectiollII ,I
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"1 believe that the habit of ,., 1.ItI,. Mtollc L.wn _
CorTMponcfatca NOW drink la one of the greatest .. 7fce$01/;." in TIN Army Jeep are Sure fa Pou Inspection I HMC//CS/ for Steering. .. Bell W/tA a Loud CI.ng// /
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I' : a pleasure with aniNKOORAPE curwv mankind! that" ham descended upon I

(Mahatma Ghaadl.) .
From'let Facts About Alcohol.' JUMPING ,

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Yew writing caa be den* JEEP' '
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ore easily the 14<< Itt 12-Key Ride 'Em

bailliketoo net.' smooth oars Office Supplies., E 98c m C' BABY. GRANDTRACTOR C '
The four>> soldier are real military AetD.U 'lays
most with
_II pet_. of.t the : eoi.... Tneir francta Jeep 1.t'_ are nee. :3.2A S T E A3fHOLLER_
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leeel pencil. goes ttps back n 1s. r backwards ar wheels. and 11M"bencl m db: iid. Ihdo

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u.BradEord ... Soh, Cuddly and. Cute Just l/fce the Big Ones ft's a Whopper .... 5 5t '


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BUtL1.Y .9J wish .h.i.e d ... a whopper: twenty-... Inches ..... AH metsl. Ills(

g tlrnTFFED ANIMAI.HIXjnkey. 1.98 roldlnc earrlace with U .......ap_..... Plew 8 and sturdy sad tale for.Uttl folks to ride. Wonderful tot I
Hundreds of Useful 'elephant or adorable sun visor brake and nabJI A be.ntlfU' toy of finest JI for a tot. ''' I
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..you'u.IN fawn. Made of silky. ber tins. Fit for the ft quality .teeL Eves Jau. ft' -
Office and School rich rayon plash "vandsst dolll drly r. I

CD Necessities Too '-'-'- '-'- ''OJ.O-
Glassesto Numerous to Mention I
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If We Don't nave What '

,1 took atone You Need We'll Get

of our It For You v 'Firestone Home & Auto Supply :

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MAKE YOU CM SHINE Bradford County ( ( ''''!
J. P. ROBERTS Owner 600 Temple Ave. STARKE. FLA.Jl t, per ; i

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(STARS DENOTE HOME GAMES SEE THEM ALL) :';'.y" ., HOMECOMING '

26--Newberry-0 BHS-13 ... ,'
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Oct.3--Lake Butler-0 - BHS-26 I'" "

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GOOD LUCK We're With YouTornadoes :: :

31 --- Palatka 35 - BHS-0 P' TEAM! f .I
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Nov.7--St.Leo(Dade City) Here AL V A R E Z' CARPENTER'S II"I

Nov 14-Trenton I - Here EST.1894 Your Kexall Drug Store :.

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Nov.21 _'-Lake City - There Every Type of We Hack TheTORNADOES \"

Date Here INSURANCE 100 Percent I
Nov.26--Open - Please Phone 14 6. .1
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Complete It's A Pleasure To Back Reliable Agency
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Home Furnishings The Tornadoes Prescription "" '' '' A ,ming" am
Two Registered and Graduated Let's See Needs Strong Support M
Pharmacists on Duty
EVERY HOME GAME .
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Denmark> .. Florida Bank
The Star Store Koch Drug Store
Furniture Company Slade Gas Co. at.sJ'k.!
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We're Pulling See You At The Game TORNADOESAndrews Be Sure To;: 6'" I
For The Tornadoes The Tornado Game Bring Home The BaconTORNADOES .
But Don't Forget

I' Eastern Auto Supply Motor- Company Harley R. Strong

Starke'g Finest JewelerUNEXCELLED lIpP
.. .. FORD SALES SERVICE ... _
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.w Tornadoes.- Good Luck Fill The Stands .-
Go Get 'Em
To The Tornadoes For, Tonight's Game If.//. S. Tornadoes and'Ve're
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PAGEl TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STABJUB FLORIDA. FRIDAY: NQ', ..".'.."IBEQ

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In next four weekly Issues. quired to furnish aa automobile to 1961:
IV CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD I Order In next four weekly Issues.
In a labor of love that will be appreciated COUNTY. FLOKIUAI la some day (I hope) by cEnt. at Starke, "Florida this October 14 at Starke, Florida, this October 22, Order In next four weekly Issue. I A' Cleric ot ) A..r ''rho
One Woman'sOpinion Roy Jo'hn Armour Plaintiff vm, 1947 1 9 47. Witness my hand and official lealat H. o. said Court.
Brown
the little ones when they grow Margaret ertha Armour Defendunt. -. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I Starke, :Florida this October 17, Att" for PIt. Stark,. y5
old enough to realize all that their! Case No. 6068. As Clerk of said Court. As Clerk of said Court. 10.%& It
Starks. By Lucille C. Conner D. C. 11
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Jion T. Frank Landrum
for them. -
mothers have done
NOTICFI TO APPEAR Fla T. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla.
Aa I stood there watching the STATE! OF' FLORIDA tel Maritare Atty. for PIt. 10-17 4t Il-T Atty. for Pit 10... 41 11.14

\ Billea Rom parade a young girl passed by. Bertha residence Armour and addrsus whose Is last 4t Mlddl known ttt' CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD R. B. Alvarez &

By In St., South Boston. Moaqochuutti.Tou IN Sbe was beautifully dressed an required COuNTY PI.OR1DAI CO II N'l'Y. FLORIDA* I. CHAN- !
are to appear on CJI IU'. CEllS'.
old-fashioned costume that some November S4th, 1947. In tn* above Charles Edward Wlnaro, Plaintiff I Olive orvln Dlseker, Plaintiff. Vs."
mother had undoubted named Court and cause .whereinplaintiff vs. Sarah Canalday Wlnno, Defondant. :
I know that all mothers with weary Robert A. Dlaeker, Defendant Case
seek divorce BradCor I Case No. GOt!.
school age children will agree with spent hors making. It was made County Telegraph hull publish. this ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND No. ORDER 5944. OF PUBLICATION- Transfer & Storage

me that last week wan almost aa of green drapery material with Ord"r In next four weekly lisuosWltnes NOTICE TO APPEAR AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .5 Co.
my hand and official sea STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sarah
STATE] OF FLORIDA to RobertA.
busy and hectic as Christmas. It huge flowers on it. The waist wa at rr'.4T"lorlda.: this 22nd of 00.OFFICIAL' Cnmlday Wlnfro whoso residence Is: Dlseker. whose residence last

seems to me that the entire week slim and on each side of the full toner, 563 South Contention !eftreet.! Mobile known I is % Mr*. W. K. Montgomery Phone 9105"U:1Prag"
( SEAL) A. .1. Thomas 81. Alabama }Fall-forest Spartanburg, 8. C.. Moving aDd ,
skirt there large
waa a
was tilled with making costume gathered An Clerk of oslO< Court. Tou ara required to appear on You are required to appear onNovember

and answering questions. Still. valance of black netting. This Pr Lucille 1 ni: g.nrjq.:: D. C. November 14, 1947. In the) abovenamed 24th 1947 In the .above
John J. r St. Augustine Court and cause, whereinplaintiff We Operate Local
named and wherein
it was teenager was saying "It's already; court gauze and
the final Fin.
when day came seeks dlvoroe. Bradford plaintiff seeks divorce, custody and : Long DI&.
a rush from atari to finish but started. I'm not going to go in I Atty. for Plf. 19-14 It 11-1 County Telegraph shall publish this support of child. Bradford County tante Anywhere In The
Order In next four weekly Issues. Stat1 .f j
now. I'd look allly. Telegraph shall publish this Order
every blot wa fun. WLtneaa jny hand and official seal In next four weekly leaden. Florida.

Jerry my closest friend and I I would have liked to have take IX OI'8ITT.CIRCUIT' FLORIDA COURT BRADFORD VICKRT. cU.tNe: at 11ft glarke. :Florida; thiS October' 21OFFIOIAL : Witness my hand and official seal

went to the Hallowe'en parade. en her across my knee and pad ( SBAWA, 3. Thomas October at Btarke 1047.OFFICIAL, .Florida, this hInd of Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke City

died her good and sent lie out Dewey L. Bam Plaintiff. "'.. Edna A. Cleric of said Co rt. SEAL J. Limitt
Gee but It made my heart swell M. Ham, Defendant. Ca. No. 8088.< By Lucille C. ( ) A. Thomas

and my throat choked up when I there to march. If for no other ORDER OF PUBLICATION Martin J. .p'rEorI'l.a':;' Dld '.. By Aa Clerk Lucille of C said Conner Court.D. C.

saw all those children-happy .a reason than to repaly that devoted STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to! Mr. Atty.Jacksonville hoe pif.Florida. 114 4t 11-14 John J. Henderson, Esq, St. Augirs-I

larks excited almost to the break mether for her hours of painstaking Edna lit:'. Pass. ,.,100... resldonce and / tine PIn"
address \I. 63 Clopton St, Richmond Atty. for Pit. 10-24 U 11-14
, Ing point, and not a worry In'the labor. Virginia or Roet. 3, Oretna Vir- IN! CIRCUIT) COURT. BRADFORDCOUNTY. Let Us Install You MODERN
FLORIUAI
CHAN'
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world. Very few of. the high schoolchildren i CKRY. _
Teu COUNrY.: FLORIDA IN! CHAN I
Gary Lee's teacher Mrs. Pellum, had on costumes at all.Isn.t November are IIbt.required 1047 to In appear the above on :Mary K. RUM. Plaintiff v... J. R. CEILY.Oiuseppe.
Or Remodel and
Buss Jr. Defendant Case No 9060 Modernize
let him bring Judy along and she it a shame that at we grow named Court ant cause wherein ORDER OF PUBLICATION Bled Plaintiff vs. Mlehel- Your Present One
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plaintiff peeks divorce. Bradtord Ina Hlool Defendant Case No. 6028.
had the time of her life. WhenI older and more self-conscious we County Telegraph hall publish this AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
STATE] OF FLORIDA to J. R.
finally caught a glimpse of her have to miss half the fun of life Order In next four weekly lue RUSH, Jr., whose residence I I.:: North NOTICE TO APPEAR
Witness band and official STATE OF FLORIDA to: MlchelIna -
my seal
in that milling mass of lovable because we are afraid of what the at Starke, Florida, this October Carolina.Main Street Washington North Bled, whose residence and address ONE TO THREE YEARSTO

she right other 22nd, 1947.OFFICIAL' i*: Prosnedl puterso. Pro Tin
tJ humanity waa skipping person to going to think or ( : SEAT) A. J. Thomas You are required to appear on dl Slttorla Italy.

along just aa big a* any of them. wear 1 Aa Clerk of said (1t>urt. I :;;'':lb'o 24.l 4.1'o In.the above. Too are required to appear on PAY. NO DOWN
wherein
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You could certainly tell who had By Lucille C. Conner r>. C. November 14. 1947 In the above '
plaintiff seeks and
divorce restoration
T. Frank named Court and I
cause, whereinplaintiff
Landrum Starke, Fin.
done the work. The mother had of maiden name. BradfordCounty
Atty. for Plf. seekn divorce. Bradford
I had a fine compliment paId 10-24 4t 11.24IN PAYMENT
; shall thl
Telegraph publish *
County Telegraph shall
I could well Just how publish this
Imagine
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Order In next four weekly Issuee.WllnesM ,
me the other day by a very sweet Order In next four weekly Issues.
hands and strained hand and official !
tired sen
my
many Witness hand official
looking old lady who said I hat CIRCUIT COURT. : my and
BRADFORD at Stark, Florida, this October 22, ideal
eyes had been expended that week a wonderful outlook on life. 3 I COUNTY. ri.OltlUAl IV: tllANCHRV. 1947.OFFICIAL. at 19 Starke un.OFFICIAL Florida this October CALL 144 OR SEE US AT 335 TEMPLE AVENTEI: :
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
didn't realize that I had Willie Luella Theus, ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
given peo Plaintiff v*. All Clerk of said Court.Hy
::::: :::: A* Clerk of said Court.
---- pie that impression but I'm glad Abe 6061. Thoua, Defendant. Ca. No. Lucille C. Cqnner D. C. ;T. Frank Stark,' Fla.l Shull
Charles K. Hess, 204-05 Guaranty pft.'adrum. 'Plumbing & |
PURE OIL If I have. Why shouldn't I havea ORDER OF PUBLICATION Life Bid*., Jacksonville, Fla Atty. for 10-17 4t 11-7 Heating

bright otlook on lifer I don't AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Atty. for Plf. 110-34 4t 11-14 -
PRODUCTSGraw'ng STATE OF FLORIDA to Aba IN CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD
have so much in the way of material Theue, whole residence la unknown I NOTICE COUNTY: FLORIDA IN CHANCKHY. STARKE FLA.UNDERSTANDING.
possessions but I have a lot You are required to appear on TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:: 'w .
Tire Patching November 14. 1947 In the above This la to certify that I have filed Joel S. Wing-ate. Plaintiff vs. Rffle
of plans and dreams and am willing named Court and cause wherein my Final Accounting a* Admlnlsrator Pearson Wlngate, Defendant.' Cast
.
Tire. TubesBatteries to( work to make them come Plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford of the Estate of Mary O. No. 6 County Telegraph shall publish thla Wainwright deceased and will
on ORDER OP PUBLICATION .,
true. 1 learned a long time ago Order In next four weekly iHHUea. the 25th day of November, 1947 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR s=sfltsJtS 'r.r.-tsrsrrrr... _srn-ncrsprrs-

to face the facts of life aa It must Witness mv hand and official aeal apply to the County Judge of Brad-. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Effle
it Starke. Florida, this October 18, ford County Florida, for my Final Pearson Wing-ate, whose residence
be t lived and to bear my share of I 1047. Discharge a* Administrator of laid I is: 19 Summer Street New London
the load and not to from ([OFFICIAL SffAL) A. J. Thomas estate Connecticut.
run
A. Clerk of said Court. N. D. Walnwrlght. You are reqalre4 to on based upon long years of wide experience -
We Also Do anything. Tea I guess I do havea Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville Fla. 10-24 4t 11-14 Administrator. November 24, 1947 In the appear above and Serving dignifies this funeral

AUTO REPAIRS lot to look forward to. and I Atty. for Plf. lt-24 4t 1114CIRCUIT named Court and cause, wherein home with
.N CIRCUIT COURT./ BRADFORD plaintiff seeks .divorce Bradford a superior excellence in
thank God that I can tee the COLNTY.. FLORIDA IN CHAN.CKRY. bounty Telegraph shall publish handling affairs of sacred discretion.

brighter aide. IN COURT. BRADFORD this Order In next four weekly I.-
TENLEY'SPURE COUNTY. :FLORIDA IN CHAN Raymond V. Trlpp Plaintiff vi. .u....

OIL It Is my firm belled that all C.L.lnton Johnson Johnson Defendant.Plaintiff Case vs. Mary No, 6041.ORDER..OF PUBLICATION .1947.it Starke, Florida this October 22, '*'

Service Station housewives have little secrets that 6052. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
: ORDER OF PUBLICATION STATIC OF FLOIDA to: Wavln A* Clerk of laid Court. DEWITT
help them along in their dally AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Trlpp, whose residence and .address Ky Lucille C. Conner D. C. C. JONES

Temple Avenue Phone 199 routine. I am always so excited TATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary C. I.You Unknown. .r. C. Durranca, 209 Law Exchange AMBULANCE SERVICE"
Johnson whose Ih are to appear on Bldtr. Jacksonville! Florida.
residence : Milledgeelife :'Q"tlt
over finding something new that State November In the abovenamad Atty.; for Plf. 10-24 4t .U-U
Hospital Mlllfld
evlll -
<<
I! want to tell someone about It, *. Oeorgla. Court and cause, whereinplaintiff ____ Funeral Director
You seeks divorce Bradford IV CHIOUIT COURT. BRADFORD
and I usually do. November are 24 required, 1947 In to appear the above oa Order County In Telegraph shall publish this COUNTY/ FLORIDA IN next four weekly
Issue
I have found named Court and cause, whereIn .
wonderful salad
a plaintiff seek divorce. Witness my hand and official seal Cello Maxine Nlekell Plaintiff v*.
dressing. Its a little late for a oanty; Telegraph shall publish Bradford I this i at 1947.Starke. Florida,. this October 14 James Nlekell Defendant. Case. No. local funeral home enables us to

NO ClOWMWG, FO-HC. dally salad but If you're like I Order\ In next four hand weekly and lasiiea.Vltnena (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 60SO ORDER OF PUBLICATION offer conveniences and services not
my official
MCftl'S.DEPENDABLE am, salad comes up very often in seal at Starke Florida, this October A T.a Frank Clerk of said Court. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR otherwise available.: ,
18. 104?. Landrum Starke Fla. STATE OF FLORIDA to: James
your menu no matter what the Atty. for Plf. 10-17 4t 11-7 Nk-ken. whose residence la General
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas : type'lernce
time of year. The name of this An. Clerk of said Court. .N CIRCUIT Delivery % Mr. Linda Nickel We furnish the highest at the lowest pricei L1(

N1MIi French dressing is 1890 and it Ry Lucille C. Conner D. C. COUNTY.. FLORIDA COURT! BRADFORD II* VIIANCJoRY. Spades Tou, Indiana. aocept ANY life Insurance policy in force !Issue by ANY etna
R. B. William. Florida .Theatre are required to appear on
h has a tangy: taste that will make IIu lid In 11', Jackaunvllle. Fla. '-. Robert O., .-., Ialntlffr..>.T,>*..->IeUing November named Court 19.- and 1947. In the wherein above pay. as payment In part. or la fun on. a. funeraL Coiuultatloi |
your mouth water and Atty. for Plf. 10-24/it'lt.l4 ., cause carries .
bring compliments Defendant. Case' Not 6079. plaintiff seeks divorce., Bradford no obligation.LANIER
from everyone. ORDER: OF1 PUBLICATION Superintendent shall also be re-
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Another useful hint for you: .!t CIRCUIT (COURT BRADFORD STATE OF FLORIDA tot lirs.
After rouirrr, FLORIDA i IN CHAN relen loge, whose residence and ad*
handling anything that CER.V.Oordon dress 11. S5-BJ A 89th Street, Jack- '

leaves an unpleasant odor on your Miller Sullivan, Plaintiff, v*. son Height. Long: Island, New Tork. ; .
lensle. Jeanett Sullivan, Defendant. You are required to appear on
SERVICE hands, sprinkle salt on them and Case No. 6073.ORDER November 28, 1947 In the above ,- f-s.
rub thoroughly before washing OF PUBLICATION named Court and cause, whereinpl..lntltt .
AND NOTICB TO APPEAR seek divorce. Bradford
This will leave your hands clean STATE: OF FLORIDA to: ae>eieeanette County Telegraph shall publish this .t
PHONE 150 and fresh smelling. Sullivan whose residence Order In next four weekly Issues. :' '
I" unknown Witness; tar hand and offlalal seal (
You are required to appear on .6 Starke, Florida, this .October 28, .. ;
Tcolonel December 1, 1947 In the above named 1041. "
Bradford's column more Court and cause, wherein (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 1
STARKE TAXI SERVICE than seeks. divorce Bradford County plaintiff -. Aa Clerk, of said Court. __ _________ ._ ,
Interested
mildly
me last Teleg-rapto nail publish this Order Ill' Lucille 0. Conner D. O _y. ,
week. I Imagine that both Mr. In next four weekly lam**. 1 1'. Frank Landrum, Starke, l"iU1" .
Wheeler and the Witness my hand and offlalal Seal Atty. for Plf. 10-31 '
person who wrote at Htarke, Florida this October 2.3. .
the anonymous letter were parUy 1941.! IN CIRCUIT COI'RT. BRADFORD j .,
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas COUNTY. :FLORLIIAl IN CHAN': ..
have
right. heard a few I _
expressions Aa Clerk of said Court. CKHY. t _
,
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPJ'IlJN like those of the letter wrier fly Lucille C. Conner 1). C. Mary E. Moon Plaintiff V*. WarnerW. f _ _
tlverv A Moon. Defendant Cue No.
Anderson Oreen Cove 6084.
but I am not giving my opln- prlng*, Fin.Attys. ORDER OF PUBLICATION 'C

Ion. It would do no good. If the for Plf. 10-31 4t 11-81 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR k_ '
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Warner _
political and business world Is W. Moon whose residence la. : 1504 l_

anything like the society circle In "nTlcm Lea Highway Arlington Virginia.

Itarke lt TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN( > You are required to appear on I
wouldn't even be men This I I. to : December 1. 1947. In the above named 'tb
certify that
the Execu-
Uoned. There Is a certain clique tore of the Estate of Edna R. seeks divorce and restoration of
and If you don't fit in you may as Final Thomas. deceased have filed their maiden name. Bradford County .

well laugh it off or leave becausethe 25th day Accounting of November and will 1947 on apply the ;Telegraph shall publish this Order
In
next four weekly Issues.
cold shoulder of Starke's h..uht;. County Florida, for' lrrg:.. Bradford of Final Witness mv hand and offlolal eal :

soplety! : rulers would freeze even Discharge. Thin Oct. Hat 1947. at 1947 Starke, Florida, this October '0. w'rv .: '

Admiral Byrd. I know-not that Joseph Edna Belle E. Thomas, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, pq r.?' 5Pw4..e. I

r have interrupted or intruded but Executor. Mill, aa Aa Clerk of said Court.
By Ltiollle C. Conner D. C.
I've looked on a good many tlmee 0-24 4t 1114CIRCUIT Robert H. Duncan 264 Lynch BulldInir -

Jacksonville, Florida ,_ ..,...
'N Atty. for Plf. 18-31 4t 11-Z1: : '
COURT. BRADFORD -
COUNTY.: FL..R.O.1 IN: CIRCUIT
COURT BRADFORD
i 4''I
COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN
Mary Elisabeth Whaley Barnwell CEitY.I .

EXPERTSERVICE MHlntlff.Defendant.T*.Case St.! Julian Barnwell I Dorothy Hodges, Plaintiff vs. James
PHARMACIST No. 604S ;hodges, Defendant. Case No. 6081. SrLJji;
ORDER
OF PUBLICATION i ORDER OF PUBLICATION
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .
8TATB OF FLORIDA to: Mr St. i
STATE OF FLORIDA to: James I '
Phone 64 STARKE and Julian addresa Rarnwell, whese residence 'Ifodftee, whose r e Idenee. .1.I un OAK
la: Route 1, aumtsr known. ,

On-the-Minlt Service South You Carolina.are required to appear on No De ob.rr.;: required to appear on I Brunswick
: 1947. In the above name Georgia
.ember 14, 1947, In the above namd >4 Court and cause, wherein plaintiff the
Cqurt and cause wherein plala- '
seeks divorce. Bradford County
tiff ...eks t4"jtjofI
divorce and
restoration Telegraph shall pnelleh this Order
of maiden name also custody" of In next four weekly issues.Witne.s Where Sidney Lanier. Georgia' greatest
minor child. Bradford County TeU- mv hand and official enl 4 ,8 poet was inspired to write some of hi'
graph shall publish this Order In at Htarke, Florida this October 29, I
'
next four weekly issues. 1047. !OUa&Jt1sLII greatest poems, is a "must" with visitor!

Witness my hand and official Mil (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. -fThomas, to the scenic' Brunswick and Sr. Simons
it Starke, Florida I this I October It, Aa Clerk of said Court. II
1947 By Lucille I P. Conner D. O.Zach area. It is an attraction of almost universal
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ; Gainesville.; 8
H. Douglas, Fla. I
Chas. C. A.. (Clerk of .al..l Court.'I' Itt,. for Plf. 10-81 li-21 fa PlO interest.
Frank
Landrum Starke. ,
Atty." for Pit. 10-it Flai I.T IN CIRCUIT COURT.: BRADFORD
ShepherdAt COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANMlldred'n \

.N CIRCUIT: COt'nT. BRADFORD tEE? attractiOnS
COI'NTV. FLOHIDtl IN CMAVCKHV. : : Main. Plaintiff, va.Michael. .
Gay's Service Station 't.De Halo Defendant. Case

John J Ooodner, Plaintiff v*. Wll. No.ORDER
II. K. Qoodner .Defendant. Came Nt>, OF PUBLICATION \
un. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr.
REPLACE'.ENJCosts AND NOTICI3 TO APPEAR Michael De Malo, whose residenceand
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Willie address 1 le: 83 Buena Vista Road,
C.'Qoodner. Whose residence* 1 I. Cedar Grove New Jersey. JJJ
Be Quick To TreatBronchitis Route 2. Cleveland.. Tennessee. Yon are required to appear on rn
Yon are required to appear on November ii. 1947, In the above @W
UP! November 17, 1947 In the above named Court and cause, wherein
named Court and cause, wherein' plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration -
plaintiff> *eeka dlyor.... Bradford of maiden name. Bradford
County Telegraph' ahall publish this County Telegraph hall publish tbl.
Order In next four weekly Issue Order In next four weekly laaii**.
Let Witness my hand and official semi Witness my hand and official The Southeast's
check Fir. Chronlo bronchitis
dev Famous
us your may Iep If .t Stark., Florida this October 14, veal at Starke. Florida this October Regional Beer
your cheat
cough. cold.or acute bronchitis I 0 47. 22. 1047. _
insurance before it's is not treated and you cannot (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
afford tOtakecbancewithanymrdi. A.> Clerk of said Court. A* Clerk of said Court.
cine less potent than Creotnujslon liver A Anderson, Oreen Cove By Lucille C. Conner D. 'C. Enjoyment of Beer the
too late I Which goes right to the seat of the l>rlnv.. Fla.Attye. T. Frank Landrum. Btarke. Fla. of Friendship is lAX great icgionil Drink ?I
a "must"
rouble: to help loosen and expel germ fur Plf. 10-17 4t iiIre -' Atty, for Plf. 10-24 4t 11-14 if yours is one of those

/ laden phlegm and aid nature to discriminating tastes that seeks out the special goodness "

.: soothe and heal raw .Inflamed CIRCUIT COt'RT. BRtDFOI>n IN COI CIRCIIT'IT V. FLORID COURT. BRADFORD.1\1 CIIANCERY. regional foods and bereiage. JAX .is brewed
Charley: E. Johns bronchial
mucous membranes. . for Southeaster palates. It's
CreomuUlon blends b .ch...ood I perfect (
Leslie 1IInrr.". Plaintiff, v". John companion or /
Agency eraoeote special procesawltli other A. A. Colltim. Plaintiff ... Franeei Murray.: Defendant. Case No fl015.ORDF.R our famous regional dashes. And it's wholly
tIme tested medicines for Collum Defendant Case No. 6040. OF PUBLICATION and Mtisfyinii '
refreshing
FhOM .13 STARKE: FLA.line :. It contains no narcotics. coughs. ORDKTl OF PUBLICATION AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ,just by itself. Try golden. mellow JAX

No AND NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE OP FLORIDA '0: Mr. John today. You simply can't buy better _
matter how medicine beer
many at :
FLORIDA toi Mr*. any price
hare ;-JIICoYI Murray whose residence sad address *
you tried. tll Trance .
your druggist to whose
residence i.'t U t N
1612 Front Street Georgetown :
oil you a boKle of CKomulslen with end addr s* let Houlka. Mississippi, South Carolina Wrfr for tr... IUu-.tI booklet ,.11I"
the understanding you must like: the You are required to appear an You are required to appear on No. lie Story w Je.. |wJAX (a
way< it quickly allays the cough November 16, 1947. In the abovenemedCOurt .ember II, above l
TH.TRAvau... per.miwnq and 1947 la the named
.Hertford ounce, wherein
rest and steep,or you an to Court and cauee wherein plavln- '
lalntlff seeks dlToire.
bave JOUr money back: Telegraph UORIOA
Order
-- shall pnbll. :* this ,
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