Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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a does May Shake 4-Game Jinx

Lt Trenton Tigers Tonight .


I weather Injuries ever faced by Tornado squad

K iCU the BHS Tor- since football became the major I

Imeet the Trenton Tigers in sport at BUS Coach Geiger stat

if tonight In what ed yesterday that the team hasn't Official Jaunty Publication Established In 1S77VOLDMR

l Palo be their last home been able to practice on the fieldIn I

and probably two months and continued rains
season -
L f the to add a win toP'mpresslve this week made it Impossible to SEVENTY HTAKKE,-FLORIDA, FRIDAY N "E11I1iii.iii1: NUMBER TWO ,q

1947 record of drill for tonight's game as he had --- ----- -------- --- -------------
flooded fields e I 4

FrIday's and II game. resulting In has hoped.also Playing ruined on much Tornado Taxpayers Could Funeral SundayFor Wettest Season( Boy Scout Rally PublicVarned\

seor. In favor of at. Leo equipment, Including balls, hel- J. P. Mack, ) And BarbecueAt

rJCl'ibed"compl by te Coach w.shout"-Carsona Bad mets,weather and shoes has ,also Geiger cut attendance stated. Save $4,872By Starke VeterinaryJohn May Reduce Worthington To Avoid Ranges 5

I!! drenching rain that at games, and last Friday'sgate
III a P. Mack 69, local veterinarian Snouts, Cub Scouts, members of
before was barely enough to "breakeven"
about five minutes died In St. Luke's Hospital, sponsoring groups, troop committeemen -

"kart and continued almost the Coach stated. Paying NowCounty Jacksonville, Thursday, Nov. 6, Berry AcreageRalph !' and parents are Invited to During Firing
tile final whistle. The only game remaining on after an illness! of more than a a Rally and barbecue to be held
until late in the fin- the schedule after tonight's affair
stOred year.A B. Alvarez, of Tuesday Nov. 25, at the Sardts
rler when Jim O'Nell. St. with Trenton Is the one on Nov. and city taxpayers could manager Baptist Church at WorthingtonSprings. A general warning to the public
Ohio he
native of Cleveland the State Farmers Market, will be
/ftack. ran 20 yards! around 21 when the Tornadoes journeyto save themselves a neat $4,872.43If < had lived In Starke for the past glad to have any information \ to keep out of the north and ,

Id for a touchdown. firstmaking Lake City for a tilt with Columbia all taxes were paid before the ten years and resided with his farmers can give him concerningtheir The barbecue: will begin at 6 south ranges at Camp BlanJIngwas
edge on end of November while the maxi-
g bad the High.November Thomas Street. He wasa o'clock and will be followed Issued
St. Leo's 8, family on prospects with cabbage by a this week by Capt. J.
12 to mum four discount Is still
26 Is scheduled as an percent member of the Baptist Church. strawberries. Mr. Alvarez states Court of Honor at 7:30. A. Bocelato. 'officer
the commanding
scrapped all In effect. After Oct. 1 the dis
t local lads open date, but Coach Geiger stat He is survived by his wife, Mrs.' that arrangements! are now being Members' of the Starke Rotary of
and bestLnce Bomb Disposal
Lowing the most count drops! to three percent on Detachment 13
ed yesterday that all efforts tc Inez Tompkins Mack and a son, made for handling these crops and Club, sponsors of Troop 70, are
the Lake Butler game for that date have state and county as well as city currently assigned to supervising\ :
McRae and secure a game John C. Mack. ho would like to have Information especially Invited to attend, andIt

in the season. usual, con met with failure thus far. taxes. Funeral services were held Sun concerning prospective acreages as Is hoped that a large number the demolition work now In' progress -

h played their In the backEnd The Tornadoes have.! failed to The County's tax bill this year day morning at 11 o'clock at the soon as possible 'of- parents and all Scouts and on the Blandlng reservation.
good game totals increase of
$103,170.82 an I In Crosby Lake Ceme- In of unfavorable weather Cubs will also be present. Contract for
entire Tornado lineIn I score In their last four games, total graveside spite exploding the "live" t
the $10,619.31! over last year's
a commendable perither and have lost five straight. They figure of 9461931. Tax Assessor' tery with Rev. Richard Lee officiating conditions, around 125 acres of ammunition left ,on,, the Blandingranges :
assisted! by Rev. James winter cabbage have been set Mr. ''
however to out of their
hope snap
Steb'j E
was awarded to
B. W. Hayes explained that the the
ceo were In Alvarez stated and he believes 3 Youths Given
Cloer. Arrangements ,
conditions here this fall I losing streak a victory over
la bins
total this
largelythe I rot
most"unfavorablC e Trenton tonight.Circuit larger year charge of Seasholo Funeral Par- that the total might reach 179: Engineering A Salvage Co.; "
peen the result of the one mill Increase lors, Jacksonville. acres If the rains let up and farmers Washington, D. C., and It was

made necessary by the increase In Active pall bearers were Glenn can get plants $12,000Damages stated that a crew of 40 or SO f
for the school fund,
C Elects Court- and levy the half mill for the new Wood, Edgar Wilkinson William It looks at the present time as civilians will be employed in this '

f fund. Waters, Carlton Smiley, Joseph If strawberry acreage will be considerably work ,here for perhaps tho next ,
hospital Temprano, and Bills Thornton under last year's total John Henry Walker Marlon three months. Actual firing of <

Has Brief TermA The City of Starke's current tax of 500 acres although the market Manning and Glen Mclnto-h. all the "dud" ammunition was started I

( Directors bill totals $16,850.00, as comparedwith manager advises growers to con of Starke, received $12,000 JointlyIn yesterday

a total of 19640.00 last Renfroe To Head tinue setting just as long as they a settlement with Daylight Capt. Bocelato Is In command Ofa

directors to guide the desJf brief one-day term of Circuit year. City millage was cut from can obtain plants. He states that Groceries in Jacksonville l lat detachment of five men who give

-f i the Starke Chamber of Court was held here Monday with 15 to 12 mills, a reduction made !growers are still setting In the, week. The settlement was! madeIn technical advice and see that

lerce through the next year Judge A. Z. Adkins presiding and possible by the recent levying* ofa FarmBureauass' riant City area although normally payment of Injuries sustained by safety rules are enforced by the
elected at the annual meet-, the following cases were disposed five percent utilities tax. their shipping 'season starts the young men last April 20 When civilian\ contractor, He stated, that
bill $10.-
t the organization held of: the City's current tax Ill XKCcmber.! Mr. Alvaresf estimated the hiobrrycle they tofcTv'MIng" the range are posted and that
week In ]1400.00 represents real estate taxes, L, L, Renfroe, well known far- that the set here collided with the Daylight truck.
jay night of last John Williams pleaded guilty to acreage neither the civilian contractor nor
lourt room. a charge of breaking and enteringand and $8,430.00: taxes on personal.' tner of the Vanderbilt- section, was up to now probably would not Walker, whose Injuries were the Government will be respon-

Ked for one-year terms were! was sentenced to two yearsin property. elected president the Bradford exceed 300 most serious, received $0,000, sible for any Injuries sustained by
ndrews, S. OT. Denmark and the state penitentiary.John The total $105,17082 county tax Farm Bureau at a meeting of the It Is extremely doubtful It there while Manning and McIntosh were anyone trespassing. on the ranges
bill Is broken down as follows: organization: held here .Thursday
$3,500 each.
I Matthews( Wilson was found guilty ore enough pecans this year to during the time this live ammunition *
Total county maintenance, $07- night of laSt week. A. D. Crosbyof hold l auction Mr. Alvarez stat Through their attorney, Will O Is
_ terms: A. B. Baker,, of an attempt to break and enter < an being exploded. It U
D year Wilson. and was fined $100 and costs. 111.79 (Includes real estate, per- Starke was elected vice president I. ed. Dut to the freakish warmth Murrell of Jacksonville, the local possible for dangerous fragments)

|fcwvomb, J08. E. sonal, land railroad taxes). Last and W. M. Edwards was reelected of last January trees budded out youths were suing Daylight for to fly up to 1,000 yards, Capt.
Ifeycar terms: L. A. Canova, The case of James H. Rogers, secretary-treasurer. I
year was $60,261.30. and then were nipped by the late $25,000. with the case coming up Bocelato said,
A J, Thomas..e with manslaughter in connection
[ charged
stump acci- One> mill tax (for bonds) on all Six new members of the 11 freezes, causing the crop that In tile Duval County Circuit Court It Is estimated that there are .
with automobile
directors will meet wlth- an man board of directors! were elect last week. Before the actually "
non-exempt property, 402159. would have matured this fall to cast) around 50,000 tons of
_' next few days and elect dent that resulted in the death of Last year was $3,708.39. ed as follows: T. C. Crawford and be largely destroyed. Mr, Alvares went to the Jury, however, on the 4,000-acre north, j, i isalvngu I I
iesident and other officers Mrs Annie Crawford, was continued W. M. Edwards, North Starke! ; A. to the settlement t t tat
to the spring term of court.n One mill tax on homesteads for states that ho has been able to they agreed/ $12,000 range and 18,000-acre south range' 1 j
among their number. I D. Crosby South Starke; C. L. locate only around a ton of nuts IJIandlng. It Is likely that this :j \
1 of the body'd } the civil case of Central Florida bonds, $1,929.00. Last year was Milliard Lawtey; L. 1. Renfroe,
md 50 members In this immediate area, which Is The accident occurred when the material will be burled on the ,|, I
the meeting and heard Tile & Marble Co., vs.. Z. W. 162008. Vanderbilt: and I;:. B. Crosby, not enough to hold an auction. He three youths were returning froma reservation rather than attempt-' I '(I

Ijpecches by Congressman Hamilton and wife, the Jury returned Total tax in special sub school Brookcr. Holdover members of: would like to have informationfrom liltS Hrnlor Class. picnic at Ing to salvage It by shipping away I''! *
ly H. Price, Representative, a verdict for plaintiff In districts $23.780.01. Last year the board are: T. C. Edwards, L. growers, however, if anyone ,Jacksonville Peach last April. to be re-processed, Capt. llocelato ,I j,

le Second Congressional DlsI the amount of $218.40. was 2370130. R. Starling, J. R. Kelly, E. L. knows of any ulseablequantities said l." *

I and, Sam Ham, secretary of In the civil case of Carl Johns Total tax for four school bonded Crawford, and I* L. Dyal. Mr. of nuts. One auction has been :C t ;i

Llnosvllle Chamber" of Com vs. R. R. Crosby the Jury returneda districts Brooker, New River, !Kelly was re-elected chairman ofI : held at Marlanntt, Mr, Alvares Junior Red Cross Tile north range" contains. ba. .iy [
r' ,. verdict in favor of plaintiff for Lawteyv Starke $6,023.43Last I I the board., a,.*t;rIP 61la.tuhcre:, seedling ,fIolo.A (or EnrollmentPrivev eooka.4, hand grwuuka.. .and" rifle' ,. Ij I ;,

rmma.lPrlt11"t CI..!; thff' J25T. > ',, +>ye, ., year-waS"$3,260.44.: ?** *'IP AA. D.:, Cro By7;' It. 'L. Norman, :21 3.. cents per' pound, And Begins Next Week //tr, "n-aliy n.d"sJVh hoft.wtuAfJ 1", $ :a"aeu.b"'range'is !* n\ja\ .. *n<\, .- |I J )II(

'n'on' of Congress reporting loud was entreated In the casesof and A. Russell Norman were elected StuaiU for 33 cents This would 193 mm. shells, -Gapt u.olato J

\>v he voted on all Importantand State versus R. E. Bragg, Ed-r Rotarians AskedTo delegates to the convention In Indicate that prices are slightly] The annual enrollment for membership said. I(a counted around S3 "hot"t''

giving his reasons for, gar Jacobs, and Joseph A. Stat- Help With Miami this Friday and Saturday. under last year's, the market manager In the American Junior sheila within an area of 10x12 feet il,

; the way he did in each In- tenstein,. since none was in the Following the business senslo / stated.This Rod Cross:will bt'gln during the on the south range, he stated. I

Ho predicted that the custody of the court. All were Youth Programs"Youth Rep. N. D. Walnwrlght, Jr., Introduced l Is described as perhaps the third week In November, It was ''t

1 cession of Congress, cods charged with transporting prop- Congressman Emory H. wettest late fall season on record announced today by Guy Andrews, '
: Mils month, would be even' erty for compensation without a Service" was the topic Price of Jacksonville who spoketo In this vicinity. Heavy rains, starting Chairman of. tho Bradford County New Auto Tags !

I controversial than the last certificate of public convenienceand discussed at the Rotary Club the Bureau members on legislation with the September storms, Chapter While the National drive On Sale Soon. '

h the Issues that are likely necessity. luncheon here, Tuesday and E. T. passed at the last session have continued with such fre- as a whole started on November mt\, \

1'''use nationwide Interest will Ralph Davis, charged with forgery Shull, chairman of the club's committee of Congress) and matters! likely to quency as to keep the ground tat, It was decided to delay the Florida's new automobile tags, I

are form of universal! mill- was not in custody of the on this activity, Introduced come before the'next session. saturated with moisture the entire local campaign In order not to showing black numbers on a yet- i

training Price said, and court and his case was placed on Mrs. Ruby Johns and Mrs. Edward season Interfere with the ITA Hallowe'en low background, will go on sal

I the opinion that the better the absentee docket. Burns who are directing phases of Beery And Raft Carnival.It December 1 In the office of Tax i

}d men are In tlrr e of w*r -.he Thurman P. Jones, charged with the youth program in Starke. I In Film At ParkA '-, Is expected that there will Collector C. A. Knight. Deadline :
likely they will be to comehome Mrs. Johns voiced the need for 15 Freight Cars for purchase of the
withholding mean of support, was bo a, 199 Percent enrollment of new tags I la

alive lie stated that not In custody of the court and more adult assistance in the USO pro rousing western In clnecolor, the schools of the county it In January! jn, amj' ,,,\\I\t\;, owners\ are '
r"t! those now being brought case was placed on the absentee gram of activities at the Sat "The Vigilantes Return", with Jon previous years The keynote of reminded that the deadline, has ftof I' ,
stated that
I borne In coffins would be a- building and Derailed HereFifteen I
docket. had to be discontinued Hall, Margaret Lindsay, and Andy Junior Red Cross membership Is bran extended for the pant several -
May If betterd ? night
had been urday
they Devlne arrived, Sunday at the not the
before because of lack of lead< amount of money given, years ? _.-'J1D|
entering combat. I Park Theatre for a three-day run but services. offered and rendered Occupational llounsas have been
[' hlp. Th only recreation program can of a Seaboard Airline
\\'lowing Mr. Congressman Price's I Canova Johns er being Carried oft At the USOat Next Wednesday and Thursda double-header "extra" freight! ,Among the projects to be under- on sale since Oct. 1 and a tetal I
Harn what
discussed the present time lion Friday the Park will present a double were "ditched" near here at 10 taken this year will be gift boxes of 79 has been (Issued. In the 12- II
'ness men expect of their feature 'The Wa!. of school supplies for children month .
with last
Bowery" period 160
s.ldiel o'clock wqr
Mrs. Johns more Tuesday night when an
"r of night, '
I the Chamber Commerce of ,Commerce and also Named On Board help is needed at this time also. lace Beery! George Raft, and overheated journal tm a car of overseas These boxes have been Issued. **. ......... i .*u_ '
Jackie Cooper, and "Captain Kldd sent for the last four years' and
ts directing crafts, supervising phosphate rock broke, causing the
i of In
business men. He em- with Charles Laugh ton, Randolph as In the past, letters of apprecIation r
She stated that the mans derailment.The Presbyterian Church
"d the fact that Chamber of Bradford County now has a five- games, etc. Scott, and Barbara Britton. have been received from the
lerco work Is not one-man Board. In compliancewith young people are eager to have the accident occurred as the
a School
children to whom
man resumedand Friday' and Saturday, Nov' 21, they were given Ilev. John Warren Konfmao.Minister
but Florida Saturday night activity freight, headed north, .
requires the concerted provisions. of the new approachedthe ThU year there have been seven
22, the double feature will be "The
1 it will be If enough assistancecan I
of of
all if beginning the double track
any great good School Law. postcards from Czechoslovakia
Story of (3. I, Joe" with Burgess : 13 I
tie be enlisted. about a mile and a half south of Morning
accomplished. The two new members are L A. >lAredith and Kmt. Vy\t\ ., and From The Netherlands and three Worship and Sermon .
' School Mrs. Burns described the program town. The derailed ears were a- 11:00: o'clock. The theme Is the '
meeting was presided over Canova of Starke (new "Marshall of G/sesneke" with TMRltter. from Belgium. Two of
and being carried on for the bout the middle of the long freight, "Atonement"" Borne
J. Thomas Incumbent preal Board Residential District :3) the letters from Belgium are particularly :
of Johns of Hampton new younger groups, from S to 12 and consequently no one was Inlured. touchMMT once and are for because of their ml.deed.. ,R
tie Cokes Thornton --
Chamber, and District v ears._ in the Church Service Center Two cars were demolished others because of accidents, but
School Board residential -- most appropriate; for this Armistice
makes' were served' "on'the. The new members have been and stated that it Is desirable, Hunting LicefltfeV beyond salvage and were burned Day week Jesus suffered under Pilate Inorder
to all attending: '" 4) by to have different activities for the at the site.Seaboard to atone for the sins of all
notified of their appointment Moving Slowly One letter says. "Dear American
Caldwell effective Immediately different age groups. She expressed wreckers were brought Friends We mankind. This Is the fourth sermon
Governor beg to acknowledge
Djnner Will and they will serve at the hope that members of the With the opening of hunting" season : here from West Jacksonville and I with pleasure the receipt of all In the series on "The Creeds

ture salary ($50 per month) Rotary Club and their wives just around the corner-Nor". also from Wlldwood and the track: the of Christendom.
Speaker the same gifts you were so kind to send
as Incumbent members.The would help provide some of the 20( -to be exact County 'Judge E. was cleared sufflclenUy to permit) us., We were ,deeply Impressed Sunday School at ':4$ In the

New School Law Board I* now constituted necessary leadership that Is neededfor K. P.rryman stated yesterday that trains to psss around at 8:43: Wed- by all these marks of friendshipand Chapel. :
) J. S. these programs, and stated the sale of licenses Is lagging far the home of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell The Westminster
follows: Dist. 1 (Lawtey kindness towards the Belglachildren. n Fellowship ,
". L. Johns of as that i( Is possible that a courseto behind the number sold this time cleaning up the wreckage reloadIng -
South Starke) will meet In the '
Norman Dlst. 2 ( We enjoyed all these Chapel at 8 o' ;i
tlon at the Unlveruityiofl i ; River train adults In recreation leadership last year. the spilled phosphate, etc. was clock. '
Brown; Dlst. 3 New useful and fine things, the school
>, Eston
.e and outstanding authority Brooker) H. B. Crosby: Dl t. 4 will be held here duringthe The prospective scarcity of game, completed Thursday things as well as neat trlngets.W Fellowship supper at 8:30. All .

e new Florida school law (Hampton. Graham. Thereasa) winter. high price of licenses, and high thank you from tbe bottom young people are Invited. '

uest speaker at a dinner Thornton Johns: Dist. :5 ( Preceding the scheduled program price of shells were given as factor B. M. Knight of our heart. and how glad we
liven by the Starke Parent- Lex Green gave an Interesting re- ; contributing to the seeming
L. A. Canova. would be to make your persona '
' Starke) North Singing Convention
r Association dinner In B M. Knight. 79, a brother of
In the USOn t port on the big Rotary lack of Interest on the part of acquaintance. Nearby our town
Wednesday NOV. night at Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. I
night Jacksonville Tuesday tunters.
of Vervlers Is the
military cemetery The Bradford
t 7 o'clock. Starling GroceryIn International President Leila Weeks of Starke, died Thursday County Singing t I
which past
of Henri-Chaplie where 11- Convention will
Johns Warren of England was the CARD OF* THANKSWe Nov. 8, In a Moultrle, Da., meet Sunday aft ,
',* served as special con- New Tom 000 of the American herons who ernoon, Nov. 33. at 2 o'clock In
Illness of
to the Citizens Commit- principal speaker. wish to thank our many hospital following an liberated us are burled. We pay the Pine Level Baptist Church, on ;
' owned and two weeks. He born In .
Hise recommendations rein Starling's Grocery, friends and relative. for their was their" tombs respectful visits and the Lake Butler road Out of '

the new school legislate operated by Joe Starling vend Mrs. J. L. Dowling kind expressions of sympathy and U Brooks, 1872.County, Ca., on August deck with flowers particularlytwo town singer. are expected, and

he Is thoroughly familiar this week Into larger quarters beautiful floral offerings duringour of them which our dOM has everyone Interested In ..ood.I'Q.pel

equipped to explain every the Nasworthy block at the cornerof I The many friends of Mrs. J. L.Dowllng recent bereavement In the Mr. Knight was a retired! ner- adopted. We greet you friendlyand singing Is. urged to attend.-Marus -. .'

of the new law. Call and Walnut Streets.Mr were grieved to learn of loss of our dear husband and chant of Berlin, Ga., and was a heartily dear American boys : Conner, President.

%A Is making a moderate Starling states that the Increased her death which occurred Wednesday father John P. Mack. Especiallydo pioneer In the development of the and girl.

* of so,. per plate( for the floor space In hU new location his- Nov' 5, at her home In Daytona we want to thank Dr. W. E. ectlon In which he lived Signed, The little girl of the Waldo OES Notice

'. holding the cost to a will enable him to serve Beach. Middleman of Starke and Dr. W Funeral services were held Inthe fourth e h a p ter Boulevards

"jm In order that as many many' customers even betterHe She lived about 35: 'yean In R. Schnaus of Jacksonville for I Greene-Gregory Chapel Saturday School, Rue de liege Vervlers, I Waldo Chapter Order of East
'tad will Bradford Counties and their faithful .rvlce.-Mra. JohnP. afternoon at 8 o'clock and Interment Belgium" Star No.
persons as possible y'vr.'h.s-Vend1; and Union and irn 120 will hold Its L
r. Johns. rd of Mrs. W. L. An- Mack and son, John C. Mack.PENTECOSTAL was In Sardls Cemetery. regular
,, tocome is a sister That letter was sent to the New meeting Friday Nov 14, i .
N customers, both old and Starke Mrs. T. C. Chas- Rev. T. L. Richter officiated, at 8 o'clock.
R. Morse, general chair- store drews of River School snd the other ,one, InltUtlod will beheld
'" the event, states that all In and Inspect the new taln Hampton, N. E. and S. R. HOLINESS assisted by Rev. A. P. Chapman.In to the school at Hampton.\ similar at thin time. Members w.8hoInl' \

.* genuinely Interested In Roberts of Lake Butler Mrs. F. CHfRCII10th : addition to Hr*. Eppenon and speaks of the two tomb to send Jams, jellies, maga-

hoof system art Invited toll WSCS To MeetThe H Douglas of Alachua. Mrs. C. D. "t. and Tempi Ave. and Mrs. Weeks, Mr. Knight Is "specially flowered by us". It I I. xlnes, or other gifts! to the Ma. > i

> dinner and it Is' notary Addison of Ocala and Mr. J. L. Sunday School:. a. m.; MornIng survived by toe following brothers the hope of the American Junior sonic Home are requested to bring I .

to be a member of the WSCS of the Methodist buaiI I Chancey of West Palm Beach. Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic and sisters: W. P. Knight of Madison Red Cross that through such exchanges teem to the meeting. ISigned

la' order to attend. It.8\ Church will hold Its regul.r at the Mrs. fowling Is survived by her I Services 7:30: p. m. Everyone John Knight or Stuart, and ] a feeling of world friendship ( ) Mrs. Maude Lapps *U''

"at a representative Qess. and program meeting I husband, five daughters, and two welcome. Miss Mamie Knight of Albany, maybe fostered among the Worthy Matron; Louise Hauler&J
grout Monday Brv. David Curie, pastor. Go. j I .
ttend from all c : bhurch next I sons. children of the world. IOn. Secretary, fir
'UBty. Nov. 17, at 3 clock.


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.Barry were shopping In Gainesville Monday. A cow suited in the l ther. Ca Dorothy..e No. 8103ORDKIl Solomon. Defendant -. 8.(OI 1947 N'lC'TAL ==--

TelegraphESTABLISHED Friday. truck and It took them both all : OF PIIP'Lir'ATlON Ar Clerk. of 1 n I,'

Bradford County Brooker Mrs. Annie Lewis returned home day long to get her to her feet STATE AND NOTICE OF1 FLOKinA TO APl'KAlt to Mrs T By, J.uclll'rnnk, Lane, ,1
and to walk her in the ring. Any-
Holomon, whoe AUy fur I'" 'tsrga.
Friday from Baldwin.Mrs. KHlher: Dorothy
1B77 Ily Mr. raid Stewart way, they were two tired looking residence mid IId.lnn l IN: 109 Avh- It

FridayClam and Entered a* Second Cassle Larramore of St. guys when they came in. loy Avo., Charleston, South Caro
Evrry Petersburg In visiting Mr. and
Matter at the INmt Offlco at Starke, Fla. \VMU: MEETING Mrs. L. W. The Dick Carrols of Jacksonvillewere lina.You are required to appear on
weekend. December 5, 11)47. In th* above CARPENTER'PRESCRIPT ''
The Baptist WMU held Its reg- Stanley Crosby of Gainesville home this named:; Court and CHUM, wherein

MEMBERSiihHrrlptlnn 7. 1947 ular business and program meet. spent the weekend with his par Frank Merrltt's block house Is County plaintiff'Telcirraph reeks divorce shall piibtlHh Bradford thin ,
ing at the church Wednesday ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A Crosby. "getting on up there", and Is a- Order In n."t four weeklv: Imiuei.Wltn .
November 0, at 3 o'clock. Miss bout ready for the top to be puton. .-.. mv hand and official enl
$3: Annually 91.10 For Six Month Lowell Douglas of Stetson Uni- at Htarko, Florida, this Nov'1"b..rRelief
Lubedla Plnholster presided In the
versity was visiting his parents, E
absence of Mrs. Beulah Harrell O. F. Tomllnson had to call a
Mr. and Mra. J. K. Douglas.
The opening wan given by to his mule's
A PARADE IS NICE HUT I prayer Mrs Rosa Plnholster spent the veterinary sew up At Last
Mrs. Henry Hodge, and the devo- neck recently. The mule tried to
weekend with Mrs.-Mana Wiggins
Perhaps if you stood on a street corner in some large city: tional was led by Mlaa Lubedla of New River. get hay from under a rafter which

and watched the Armistice Day parade go by, the blaring PIn holster. The meeting closed Cottage prayer meeting was had been moved to hold hay back. For Your
with a by Mrs. C. A. Crosby and the Cough
feel safe and prayer There was a nail on it
band and the men under arms made you pretty held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
secure. "Maybe we have an Army and Navy after all," James Padgett Thursday night. mule caught his neck and It tore Creomulslon relieves promptly because -
I' The next meeting will be held a long gash. If It had gone a
: and
might have thought. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley It goes right to the seat of the
you But for those who know and are willing to face the real at the home of Mrs. Florence Mrs. Myrtle Lewis spent Sunday little deeper in one place It would trouble to help loosen and expel
Varnedoe on November 19. Please in Dln more with relatives.Mr. have cut the mule throat. germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
facts, these superficial Armistice Day parades served onlyto come. soothe and heal raw, tender Inflamed
emphasize the bitter truth. and Mrs Roy Green and Mrs. Reddish Andrews has long bronchial mucous mem-
children spent Sunday with Mr. been famous for cakes. Wn branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
On V-J Day the United States had the most powerful STEWARDSHIP COURSE good ,
and Mra. R. K. Dukes at Dukes. bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding
Army-Navy-AIr Force team on earth. Now-two years laterwe The Assoclatlonal Stewardshipcourse Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Baxter of often wondered how she did it. you must like the way it PHARMACIST
have undermanned Navy, a small Army with a was held at the Brooker She says she can't tell us "how", quickly allays the cough or you are
Gainesville Mr. and
were visiting to have back.CREOMULSION.
but she can tell "what it takes"She your money
handful of understrength, green divisions, and practically Baptist Church Friday, November ]Mrs Pitt Baxter Sunday night I Phone 64-STARKJ
calls this her "Anna" cake
nothing in the way of a modern Air Force. So you need takeno ,.,7. The devotional wan by Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs O. J. Mott and
recipe, so here U Is. You On-the-Minit &J
F Hooker of Pine Grove. Mrs. your
for CoucnsCn Colds.Bronchitis
confidence from those Armistice Day parades, no matter daughters of Raiford spent this.
John Maguire of Jacksonville own technique, but use these pro-
how impressive they might have seemed on the surface. week with Mrs. Banle Molt. :
taught the Book, "The Message of
of the most thought-provoking articles on the possible Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Brannenof
One Stewardship". Those present were: "Anna" Cake HOW DOES YOUR
:significance of this alarming state of unpreparedness was Mrs. Ada Alexander, Miss Wilma Lake Butler spent Sunday with 2 cups sugar, 4 eggs, 1-4 lb. but-

published in a recent issue of the Atlantic Monthly. Written Alexander, Mrs H. L. Hough, Mrs. Mrs. Homer Gainey. ter, 1 cup milk, 3 cups flour 1 BATHROOM RATE
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch
hy Katherine and Francis Drake, it is called "Our Next T. B. Harding and Mrs. H. L. and son, Gene, of Gainesville spent teaspoon extract' ON PERSONALITY?
"' is found in this sentence "Our Brownlee of Starke Mrs. Lee Filling:
Pearl Harbor? and its tone : ; Guy Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. I
I land lies naked before a weapon which, in the words of the Mrs. J. T. Terry and Mrs M. B Brown. Caramel, 2 cups sugar, 1-4 lb. Is It a model of convenience and m
destructive beyond the wildest Browning of Lawtey; Mr. R. T. butter 1-2 cup sweet milk, 1 tea-
Smyth Report 'is potentially Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Hardin and beauty? Arc you proud to show It /
nightmares of the imagination: a weapon so ideally suited to Hargrave and Mrs. M. L. Casonof Doyle Hardin of Jacksonville were spoon vanilla. to guests T You can achieve both ,, n u r'h.
forma I
Boll until soft ball.
Antloch Mrs. W. T. of a
; Crosby
r sudden, unannounced attack that a country's major cities Corinth visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stew these aims at a very moderate cost
Mrs. H. D. Mrs
; Dowling,
might be destroyed overnight by an ostensibly friendly Jane Thorpe Mrs W. R. Jenkins, art Sunday. Mrs. J. D. Logan and Mrs Wal- by hating us modemlae It. with t

power. It is a fact that today the United States is virtually Mrs. N. R. Kite, and Mrs. C. F. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxter: of ter Reid of High Springs and quality appointments

i' helpless against such an attack (with atomic weapons) and Hooker, all of Pine Grove; Mrs Baldwin were visiting here Friday Newberry, respectively, were visit- 1 + L.

that we have been sliding at increasing speed towards a Charles Pullen and Mrs. John Maguire night. ing Mrs. Logan's brother and sis One To Three Years To Pay
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clllman and ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
military impotence that is an open invitation to disaster. of Jacksonville; Mr. and son of Jacksonville were visiting NO DOWN PAYMENT!
Priest Mr. Priest
_,"A good many people seem to think that no power would Mrs. C. A. Crosby, Mrs. Henry here Saturday afternoon. be recently. seemsto
atomic bomb because of the fear of Hodge, Mrs. Howard Douglas, Improving this week. His
dare use the against us Miss Beatrice Edwards, Student
retaliation-a factor which undoubtedly prevented the use MIllS Lubedla Plnholster, Mrs. Lot- Nurse at the Alachua County Hospital eyes are much better now. Shull Plumbing & Heatin!
tie Edwards, Mrs. Pearl Stewart, Mrs. E. A. Sapp has been both-
of poison gas in the last war. The point these people miss, inJI' spent Sunday with Miss
a theDrakes' opinion, is that we are dangerously short ol Mra. L. L. Dval. Mrs. Leo Dval.- Louise Kelley. ered with rheumatism this week. 325 Temple Ave. STARKE FLORIDA Phone I
Mrs. J. W. Thomas, Mrs. O. W, Joe Moody killed six hogs Tues-
? retaliatory instruments. We could stockpile atomic bombs bj Doyle Hazen of Gainesville
Barry and Mrs, Beulah Harrell,, day. Albert Moody took his meatto
the thousands, but they would not serve us in war unless we all of Brooker. spent the weekend with his par- Macclenny to the cold storage
I had of getting them to the targets ents, Mr. and Mrs Ralph Hazen.
a ready means enemy plant for him. It's highly probablethat
i there to Major Genera!] The Sunbeam Band met at the Roy and Llssie Green made a
and getting them at once. According there'll be more hog killings
Echols, Russia is building some 44,000 military planes this Baptist Church Wednesday after- business trip to Valdoota, Ga., soon around here, for the rain Is R. B. Alvarez & So

:.I\ year. We are building 1,300 or so. And it is known that Russia noon, November S at 3 p. m. The Friday.Birt Stokes spent last week In rotting the feed.
next meeting will be held Decem-
The A. P. Moores at
is giving unlimited resources to war preparations of allil.l Starke visiting his son-in-law and are staying
ber 3. All children Invitedto
the State Farm with Mrs. Moore's
kinds-with the atomic bomb holding top priority.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
,/ j Just how strong is the once-great U. S. Air Force? Our come. Roberts brother O. E. Crews and children, Transfer & Storage Co
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. and
while Mrs. Crews visits
\ Markey In Massa-
\J best bomber is still the B-29! though most experts consider Mrs. Elmer Stokes and children '
Mrs Wilson Green were shoppingIn chusetts with her Lora
.' it obsolete. A while ago the Air Forces got together "every Starke Wednesday afternoon. were shopping in Alachua Mon- (Mrs. Levrett Frances daughter I. I Phone 9105

t operational B-29! in the country" for a demonstration in the,, Mrs. O. B. Colson and Mrs. J. day.Mr. Meadows Andrews has been on Moving and
;r. east. The total muster produced 130 planes-and of these 28 and Mrs. Eldon Hardy and
K. Douglas were visiting Mrs. the run getting cars of hogs out
1 didn't get there. General Kenney, the commander of the Douglas, who Is a patient at Rivers daughter were visiting relatives this past week with his tractor. StPra",, We Operate Local and Long Du

t demonstration, called his tiny armada "a futile force." That, side Hospital, Tuesday afternoon.Mr. last week in Tifton, Ga. Church services will be held tance Anywhere In The State
Mrs.' J. K. returned
I J remember, was the force that once numbered 80,000 combat and Mrs. Howard Douglas home Monday after Douglas a weeks' Sunday at the New River. Baptist Florida.
\ t rlanes and blasted the Japanese' and Germans from the air. spent Wednesday In Jacksonville. Riverside stayIn I Church.

i'; We have some 2,5002s! in dead storage. But it would Friends of Truby Hodge will be Hospital. 1\1: .'IBt'I'I'I' t.,.l N'I'' ilK 'UI"OHUI"OIiNTY. Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke City LM!

f take months, and perhaps a year or more, to prepare them glad to hear that he Is home a- ., FLORIDA 1'\1 'H.\-!!
gain after a In the CBHV.l .
stay Shady-
.;. for combat and to train the necessary ground and air crews crest "oimrd J. Bolomon, Flnlnttff v".
r for them. We had the time in the last war, thanks to British Hoapltal. New RiverAND
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey
, resistance and the "primitive" weapons then in use. But no
pent the weekend In Waycross. LONG BRIDGE
commentator believes will have the
military we necessary with
friends and relatives.
.' '11 time if war comes again. Luther Sowell and Mrs. Ressle Dy Jessie Lee Lazenby

t j. The Drakes think that national security demands a mod Carlton were In Alachua Tuesday .

ern Air Striking Force equipped with at least 1,000 modern, morning: We have two new trucks shining PAUSE FOR COKEREFRESHES

\ long-range bombers, which will be kept in combat readiness Mrs. Rita Brown of High Springswas around here now! 0.'W. Andrewsand

III./ at all times. Secondly, they continue, we must have an ade- the Sunday guest of her Eustace Kelley are having lots
quately financed research program which will assure us daughter. Mrs. L. A. Mott. of drlvln to do now' Well, Emory

world leadership in aircraft development. The Air Forces Mrs Eva Harrell was shoppingin Johns has been' driving lots too.

asked $300,000,000 for research and procurement they Gainesville Thursday. Maybe we'd better say "There. are
Rev. C. F. Padgett attended 3 new trucks around here.
were actually given $33,000,000.The MEN
church In Fairbanks Sunday. Reddish and Chester Andrewswere
condition of Air Forces likewise holds
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green had business visitors in Valdosta
true with our ground forces and in an Armistice Day address an their dinner guests Tuesday last week.

, ''I, ('.en. Jacob L. Devers, commanding general of the Army night, Mrs. Green's parents, Mr.1) Fonnle Crews and Floyd Wig- ..

Ground Forces, reminded us that: "Despite the destructive and Mrs. J. E. Hardy. gins spent a "wonderful" day In
possibilities of the atomic bomb and other scientific advancesIn Mrs. Eldon Hardy and O. W.I Gainesville at the Stock market !

warfare wars still are won by ground soldiers who seize -- IN BUSY FACTOR

''+' and "hold the enemy's territory, or successfully defend their

? own.In the face of this appaling degree of unpreparedness the Let Us Have Your Order NOW !
issue of universal military training will undoubtedly come ,

before the next session of Congress-unless we turn a deaf
t. .ar* to all the warnings! of our military leaders. It has already 1. k.

been proven that purely voluntary methods are not Is ,
sufficient to maintain an adequately prepared nation such .s, v'

aa is demanded by the world situation today.

As pointed out by the President's Advisory Commission 7 Weeks L1I

on Universal Military Training several months ago, such a ; ,_
'p'program would produce a long list of benefits. First and -

II foremost, it would provide a trained force which could be Away _

.,!:, rapidly absorbed into the services in time of emergency ,.

Mid thus tremendously' shorten the time necessary to effect _

nobilization. It would provide a large well-trained group in
lICh community capabje of dealing with problems of civilian Let Us 'Engrave

:lefense and mass disaster in the event of bombing and other :.s + i

attacks. It would help? to channel young men into scientific Your Name IU

and vocational training important to national defense. It We Are Now Showing ., / y err

would give greater military strength at less cost than would Cards Ribbon Seals On r .J
!be provided by a large standing force. The Commission con-

'clu lod its report with the statement that "We are convinced Tags Xmas Paper etc. Your Xmas

that it Is entirely possible to provide for American youth +IUIa

,; a wholesome moral, and religious environment in training 9 Cards

-camps" and pointed to the experimental unit at Fort Knoxin J
substantiation this claim. Buy NOW While You > .i

Distasteful as the tack may be we must keep our nation Have Plenty of Time Box of f 20

prepared for any eventuality and on a scale never before to Select.and Stocks
,attempted by this country in time of peace. This we must

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' That is the message we would leave with you as an after-
'math of those Armistice Day parades.

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II SOCIETY and CLUBSWoman's Mrs. Mixon Honoree Junior Club Weiner Roast aa Those"hot dogs"enjoying with this drinks.event with spent Mr. last and weekend>Mn, C It .

At Lovely Shower Has Varied ProgramOf For Betty BryantBetty the honoree were Sunny Wheeler, Lives In Waycrosa, CII.F "Isitinr.

Jimmy Ricks, Thelma Burton,
Miss Evelyn Stump Mrs. H. H ActivitiesThe Bryant was the honoreeat
Club Mrs. Plummet Muriel Ritch Junior Norman,
weiner roast given last Saturday -
Young, Mrs. W. E. Dowling and a
Blue Cross Hostess At November meeting of the I night In the yard of her Markalee Norman, Harold Crews,
Hears PartyWm. Miss Lucille Mitchell honored Mr*
Junior Woman's Club, held Thursday home at 403 South Walnut. Bay Reddish, Betty Mllllgan, Lu- .9
John H. Mixon Tuesday afternoon
Plan Discussed night, November 6, was pre cille and Eva Mae Barnes Jesse
E. Plummer was honoree had
with miscellaneous of STARK
a shower at After a variety games;
ceded lovely spaghetti supper Rick, Betty Dyal, Bill Blackburn, FLSunnlonruee .
by a
Wednesday night of last week a1 t routed -
nesday morning. The work ot been enjoyed weiner were
An explanation of the Blue Cross Reed Lewis,,Walter Alvarez, Em-
for the members. *"
a rummy party given by Mrs and served ._
on Madison Street. an fire
non-profit group hospitalization Plummer at their home, the occaalon ., The long table, arranged in the malee Kelly, Gloria and Nook Nov,I
plan was made at'ltlt' regulars being his birthday annlver Greeting guests at the door on auditorium of the club building, Norman: Gene Kelly, Jimmy and The VIGI
Woman's Club this lovely occasion were Mrs. G. was graced by a beautiful ar- November 29 in the club building Arthur Gasklc, and Lillie :Mae ]
meeting of the sary.Guests A. Anderson, Mrs. R J. Davis, rangement of colorful fruits,flanked with A. W. Anderson Jr. In charge Osborn.
here Wednesday afternoon by William gathered in the livlnj g: Miss Hazel Fields, and Mrs J. L. leaves in the of music. Mrs. Vernon Silcox and RETURN
kb Gensert, a representative ot room, where artistic arrangement I Anderson. Mlas Evelyn Stump Thanksgiving by _motif. Mlsa Freddie Wimberly were ap- For stamp pads, stamp pad Jon Hall Margaret
Florida Service Corporation of orchid button chrysanthemum I stood at the entrance Floor Committee Ink, rubber stamps dater num.
the Hospital to the.llv- Mrs. Fred Guy was chairman pointed on the ; OniWed '
in Jacksonville. The program and red roses were cleverly placed Ing room, Introducing guest to of,arrangements .for the supper Mrs. Ernest Fhtlllpg Is in charge borer see The TELEGRAPH. Also 1'01\\' : Aod
was In charge of Mr.... R. P around the room, adding color and I the receiving line, composed of and] was assisted by :Mrs.'Ed.Tor- of invitations, aid Miss Lucille "SwIng High, Swirl 8
Stubbins, chairman of the club' charm to the surroundings. Miss Lucille In of music.It .
Mitchell Mrs. :Mix- ode Mrs Freeman Register, Jr., Mitchell is charge .
Department of Health. During the latter part of the lon, Mrs E. M. Davis, and Mrs., Mrs E. Lawson, Mrs. Guy Sale, is planned to hold the club's Let Us Be Your Thul'j.SI\, 18,
Guests of the club at this meeting evening Mrs. Plummer served delightful Young. In the living room baskets -, and Mr. Robert Kite, club spon- annual Christmas Dance in the "Friend In Need" DOUBLE FEATtW
included members of the Board refreshment to the I of yellow chrysanthemums sor. USO building. Definite plans for The

of County Commissioners, and guests. were placed in artistic fashion at Miss Evelyn Stump, chairman his' event will be made at the During The Busy Holiday BOWER
members of the Parent-Teacher Present to share this occasion Intervals around the room, and a of the Finance Committee, an- December meeting. Season Just AheadDELICIOUS Wallace Beery Grorp'
Association with Mr. Plummer were: Mr. and soft lighting effect was produced nounced that the club had cleared Ja klo Caper

Following Mr Gensert's address, Mrs, Harold Bishop, 'Mr. and Mrs by the use of silver candelabrawith 9194.80 for the Parent-Teacher -- AndCAPTAIN..
County Commissioner E. L. Crawford W. E. Dowling, and Mr. and Mr, white candles throughout.Mrs. Association on the radio raffledoff

discussed some of the problems Rembert Carradlae of Lawtey Dowling Invited guests Into during the Hallowe'en Carni PURE OIL Mw
met by the county In giving the dining room where gifts val. I PRODUCTSSPARK M

I medical aid and hospital care to WSCS Xrnas Party were displayed. Here the color Following the supper, the club Charles LangMoll(
Bradford' charity patients. He schema of white and yellow was members, with Mrs. J. R. Wainwright PLUG CLEANING } i1.11. Scott, Barbara Britt,
stated that there are always insufficient Mr*. Joe Martinez and Mr*. continued by the use of white T. B. Seal Chairman, in BATTERY CHARGING \LBO NEW

1 funds to meet the needs J. B. Cottrell, circle leaders of the chrysanthemums which adorned charge, prepared all TuberculosisSeals TIRE it; TUBE REPAIR Fri., Sat Nov.
of those who auk aid, and described -i Methodist WSCS Will bn hostesses till: buffet and china closet. The for mailing out In Bradford DOUBLE t4 ,
the Blue Cross group plan asa at the organization's annual Christmas large dining table on which crystal County. This will be the third e CAKES FEATTBl
partial answer. If a certain party in December. Througherror was shown was overlaid with an year that the Starke Junior Wom- PIES DONUTS AND Of
In last week's paper it was exquisite lace covering and centered an's Club has taken, complete' We Also Do COOKIES Let Us Do Story GJ I,
stated that Mrs. Cottrell wouldbe with a large bouquet of red charge of the T. B. Seal Sale here. AUTO REPAIRSTENLY"S Your Bakinso So You
hostess. roses. Guests were Invited to sign Burgess :Meredith,
The Seals will be mailed out in Emit
Can The Fun.
t the book, Enjoy And _
: EXPERTSERVICE guest presided over at the county on November 24
W ; percentage of the county' needy the buffet by Miss Janet Andersonand A business session was held with MARSHALLGUNSMOE CWith

population could, as a group, subscribe Mrs. Leonard Smith, Jr. the president, Miss Madge Whig- PURE OIL Lappe Bakery
the it would thus Delightful refreshments were
to plan, ham, presiding. It was agreed to
, take: a large part of the burden served by Miss Lillian Stump, !Mrs. donate $5 to the Florida Children' Service Station 312 W CALL ST. '
J. R. Kite, Mrs. L. G. Powell, and
It Is
from the budget. Tex
county Home, and the club also Temple Avenue Phone 109 Phone 16 HitterAlso
understood that Alachua County Mrs Guy Andrews. voted to pay $60 on the salary of For Free, Delivery "Maestro: of Con*.
'IW already has ouch a plan in effect. the Woman's Club librarian for Chap 7 "Law of the H
W e To conclude an interesting pro- Recent Bride the year, and to- pay the Woman's
gram, Mrs. A. K. Adklna, Chairman honored At ShowerMrs. Club $25: on the upkeep of the
of Music, led members .In building.Mrs. .

: singing a Thanksgiving hymn. Wm. A. Andrews waa complimented Vernon Silcox and Miss
Hostesses for this meeting were: Thursday night of-last Freddie Wimberly announced. that J Do Your Xmas Shopping Early!

iii! Chas. C.Shepherd. Mrs. L. D Vlnlng Mrs K. O. week by Mrs. R. L. Stone with a lamps, pictures, ash trays, and
Duncan, Mrs. O. I. Beasley, Mrs. linen shower at her home on 320 waste! paper baskets have been Mk. BBk.
Joe Martinez, Mrs. Miriam L. West'% lison Street. J purchased for the newly redecorated -
Ktckllter, Mrs. Lemuel Colson, The honoree was the recipient I powder room in the Woman's J
At Gay's Service Station Mrs L. S. Hutto, Mrs. M. W. !ot many nice gifts and in the late I Club building. This completes the
:;';n I Greasier, Mrs A. Dickens, and 'evening the hostess was assistedIn Junior Woman's Club major pro- '
Mrs. J. Warren Kaufman. serving refreshments by her ect for the year, having previously '
r later and niece, Mrs Pete Dyal had the powder room painted '1 ( ,, r i J xa,

and Miss Grace Green. floor sanded and waxed, and 1 4
About 14 friends called during: I having purchased attractive drape.
the appointed hours of 8 to 10 I Io'clock. rica and dressing tables. ;1
STARLINGS'GROCERY The club planned a dance for >:>- !
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li dWell 1I y.::' ; pt ,,! },'{ "

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p > one more season like this truly thing of genius won-! .
and I move that the BHS Torna- der if any talent scouts from Ring-.
; HAS MOVED TO NEW LOCATION does take up water polo Insteadof ling Bros. were in the crowd? I J FOR
football Don't know of any- If so, I 'spec Eve ha had some
CORNER body who should be happy over mighty attractive offers by now I
the current football season unless Howell an' Liz Nasworthy,
CALL & CHERRY STREETS It Is the local medicoes They Fred an' Hazel Guy, and Lex I
should be doing all right with pills Green were among the Rotarians BOTH YOUNG AND OLD. SEE THEM TODAY ON

for chill contracted at the water- :from here attending the mammoth

logged games here this year dinner at the George Washington
Seems that every one has 'been in Jacksonville Tuesday night I DISPLAY AT OUR STORE USE OUR XMAS
played lit a drizzle or on a flooded The place was literalry jammed
COME IN THANKS! field But last Friday's Home- with past presidents of Rotary In-

coming fiasco capped the climax ternatlonal from this and other LAY-A-WAY PLAN.

LINDY FRESH! "PIG" PORKCHOPS The first drops started falling countries, and they report a mem- |
exactly five minutes before the orable evening Hear Dr Mid-
kickoff, rose to a driving down- dleton Is stranded by the bad
pour, and continued almost to the roads at his camp in Georgia and
PEAS final whistle can't get back home Guess I FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY
we're not getting all the rain, after
4 All the festive Homecoming all .

plans were washed away In rivulets a' GUY ANDREWS, Owner STARKE, FL.I .t
2 for 27cCATSUP 49c lb. and the BHS Band took a Well<< so long ." See you at
beating on those handsome souv- the game tonight if it doesn't : I
enir programs they'd hoped to sell RAIN I
(though the few people who stuckit -Carolyn. I
out might have used them for
GIBBS "33"BLEACH head-coverings) One of the Use Our < "-
; most disappointed In''the crowdwas LlHOWDY --;---;
small-fry Bob Smith who was Xmas
to have served as mascot for the

Cheerleaders during the game .
t Some of the hardier breed of fans LAYAWAY
managed to see a few plays by

14 oz. hot. 19c 2 for 25c sitting windshield in their wiper cars and going keepingthe full fRR /0

blast, but most of the others (who IisuM i
didn't get stuck in the mud) beata FOLKS

hasty, retreat back home i (What this country I needs I* PLAN REMEMBRANCE

fewer people> telling us what
PINEAPPLEJUICE HEINZBaby It took than little
But more a this
country needs.
rain to dampen the spirits of the e e .'
crowd that gathered in the USO NEW LADIES & GE\"IS
An angny traveling salesman SHIPMENT Bulovas & Elgins
Food for the usual Friday night fun asked Rock Ridge's only cabdriver
I test and In spite of all the "drips"
why they put the depotso
:. present, 'twas one of the gayest blasted far from town. "Wai.stranger. 29.75 to 71.50
gatherings of the season "
said the driver. "I
Many a perky permanent drooped dunno, lem'n It's that

No. 2 Can 19c 3 for 25c like dejectedly Joan,Carpenter and most, of resorted the glrla to, want to get the depot; em clpoBII.ble they-.
v* to the raHroaov {
pigtails as an emergency measure e l/ COSTUME JEWELRY -
Diminutive blonde Alma Bill wife
"My dn.t.seem to
Thomas, one of our hardworking
understand me: doe ?" KREISLER WATCH
MAXWELL Cheerleaders, the coveted title
Jim "I don't think so I'velIeVf'r
KINGAN'S PURE of "Miss Bradford" and was
even heard mention
crowned with fitting ceremony by :I" yourname TIE & COLLAR SETS
Mayor Wall, to the evident satisfaction S e e
of her beaming escort, DIAMONDS
LARDSlclb. Hot be that
you sure plentyof
Jimmy TotMrker) McRae Holmes & Edwards Birthstone
people are mentioning our And
contestants, Til
The other Peggy
name aa the place to ; mall'
. with Kenneth Orlder, Paula get Sterling ,InlaidSILVER ,1-
top service ,
quality can
1 lib.
bag McLaurln, with Lewis Haines, and i
there no need that we don't un 4 Perfect
Lucy Mae Barton, with Olin White derstand. Drive In today. I WATCH Make The
Seem tbat In my postHal.lowe'en Service For Eight hair
,1 SAFETY EDGE Washing Polishing I See Our
confusion last week I forgot -
.i LUXURY to mention one of the out Greasing 68.50 Selection
", standing "hits" of the parade Temple & Lake
Wax that rollicking, frolicking harlequin ) -
Paper .- none other than our vivacious Service Station
Spaghetti Eve Godwin whose cavorting Phone 179ALYAREZ' '

125 Ft. ,Rod, clown Impersonation,. was _.. GEM JE.W..E.LR
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6 oz. nkg. 4c 19c II STORE JaggST III t| 109 E. CALL ST. PHONE 170 STARKE FLA.


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NEWS Miss Diane Glllen spent last Mrs. L. S. Uutto. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs J. Warren Kauf- By Lucille ('. (Conner D. C. 38, Pennsylvania. .
of LOCAL John J. Henderson &"' You are required to appear onr
ITS weekend in Lake City visiting M. C. Wells and O. P. Hutto were man plan to attend the Pastors' St. Augustine, Fla. 1. December lit 1941. In the above
friends and relatives. "U,.. for P 11-14 4t 1J-B named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff
On Wednesday guests Thursday of last week in Conference on "New Life Move V' i' seeks divorce. Bradford

H. R. Presley and Mrs. Jacksonville at the homo of Mr. ment" to be held next :Monday iv rmcviT cnrHT. : nnroHiCOIINTV > I County Telegraph shall publish this '

W., n Yawn was a week. Patrolman H. P. Qillen was a J. C. Crawford of Lake City were and Mrs. T. F. Hutto. They were through Wednesday at Lake Al- ,. PI.OHIUAI IN: CIIAIM.CKRV. Order Witness In next my hand four weekly and" official Issu.. seal. ,I

,t of Mr. and Mrs. Fred business visitor to Jacksonville guests at the home of Mr. and accompanied back to Starke by Frank: B. Kownlk Plaintiff, .. at StR..".. Florida, this November
lf Albany. Ga. Mrs. II. p. Glllen. Other recent Frankle Hutto small son of Mr. fred.Mr. Fern W. Kowalk, Defendant. C:.. 11. 1147.
on m Monday. and Mrs. Frank Durshlmer No. UII.I (OFFICIAL SEAL) .... J. Thomaa.A .
L,Billy Dampier spent last One lot nice dresses 10 visitors were Mr. and Mrs. H. A and Mrs. T. F. Hutto who will\ and daughters Misses Mary Louise I ORDER!: OF PITRL1CATION Clerk of said Court.
W8 grandparents. percent Schultz and children of Jackson. visit for few weeks with his AND NOTICE TO APPKAHSTATIil ny Lucille C. Conner n. O. .
I with BARKSDAUB'S. a and Frances and Mr. and Mrs. OK FLORIDA toi Fern W. Martin J. Pearl act. Graham BidJacksonville *.,
d I M" P. DampIer, 1ft ville. grandparents Mr. and :Mrs. L. S. Fred Selley spent last weekend I Kowalk, whose residence. Is: 1401Ealt Florida.
''.1 rII1p. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Joiner and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. DampIer of Hutto and with little Wayne Kin- visiting In Brooksvllle at the homeof : tSharpnack Street Philadelphia Atty. for Plf. 11-14 4t I

Rufus Hutchlngs an3; daughters Cecilia and Mary of High Springs and Miss Julia Marie Mr. Durshlmer's sister Miss n'p

,rMonty, were shopping In Lake City were guests Tuesday of Dampier of Jacksonville\ spent ney.J.. M. Rltter. Jr., and Miss Barbara Margaret Durshlmer.Mrs. .

fll1e Monday. .,Mr. and Mra. R. C. Dampier. Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Starling of Tampa were Kffle Johns recently had L LM
shipmelllt EVJN Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hemingway LOOK ,
\\lflCt'lved Dampier. weekend guests of Miss Sharon as guests Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gross
l usporumao". Smith' QarLiJ Jr., of Jacksonville were visiting A. W. Anderson Jr., and Rev. Hall. and Mrs. Mena McCrutchon all oi

11-1 21a his parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. and Mrs. W J. Churchwell were :Mra. Fred Stump and Misses of Jacksonville :Mrs. Carrie Smithof

Mrs.<< Wm. O. Struth of Hemingway Sunday.W. in Jacksonville Friday of last Evelyn and Lillian Stump will be Bushnell and Mr and Mrs. Mor ? $ %!/17A1G

a Lille were guests yester- P. Smith was guest Sundayof week. guests this weekend at the homeof rill Carter of Lawtey f

Jjjl/ s Kate Struth and Mrs. his daughter Mrs. F. W. Varn- One lot nice dreme 10 percent Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ThomsonIn Just Received shipment KVINRCDE KF PEN

Jstrutli.D edoe in Palatka. off- RKSDALE'S.Friends ,Montlcello where Mrs Stump "Sportsman". Smith's Oar 1W

to Martinez left Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright of Rev S. W Creasey plans to remain for ten days' visit age. 11-7 2t -

4 Tuesday for San Juan, and daughter Patsy of Tallahassee are glad to know that he is able Mrs. W. R. Strickland spent Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch were I I P7 .

co, where he has accepted spent last weekend with Mr. and to be back in the pulpit at St. Sunday In Alachua as guest of her In Tallahassee visiting Mr. and -

sent with a housing pro- Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and N. D. Mark's Episcopal Church after beIng son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Futch and family ...t'U ()

actor. Wainwright Sr. hospitalized with a broken, Mrs. E.: Culbreath and their son Tuesday through Friday of last I

arm. :Mr. Creasey fell from a'' Jimmy. veek.
.. HOOVER Sales & Service. The
ladder while doing some repair
work In the Church Service Cen- only outlet for tenulne part. iv' nun'IT i-oi IIT. -IIUAIIPOHU Santa SaysSELECT
Let us repaint and repair Phone 120. Smith' Garage.. tf rovvrir' PI.OHIII IN 'CHAM

your old Bicycle. We'll makeit ter.Mr.. and Mrs.. E. S. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miles were Panaithlotln CKIIY. T>. Hnmanlolls Plaintiff 9 e Ii NOW'
like Also and Stella Fafoull Rnmanl- S
new. new returned to their home here last visiting in Jacksonville Sunday. vs

Qy1 used Bicycles for sale. Friday after a six weeks'. visit }[r. and Mrs John Mlxon were die,ORDER nofrniLint.: OF PI'MUIPATION Cage No. UK.. 'While Our Stock

a with their son-in-law and daughter In Alachua Sunday visiting his AND NOTICE. TO APPEARSTATE Mr. ,
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonIn mother Mra. Ellen :Mlxon and Lily(1..111./ to'arolltl I lintnanlollx, I Is CompleteAnd :
t brother Pharris Mixon. They also, whoso reMUIoncft and aridrtfts let SOi
S II -0 E Orlando. ,..fka<1u. B/reel Athens, (lr* HOOVER Sale & 8f1r\I'p. The enjoyed a brief visit In Gainesville You are required to appear. on :1: i
REPAIREvery outlet for genuine with Mrs. Fharrla Mlxon who t la I December It, 1947, In llm above
only part
named Court and, cause wherein Open A Confidential :
r Phone 120. Smith's Garage tf hospitalized in Alachua County plaintiff desks divorce A custody 1
Mrs. Effle Johns was the guest Hospital. and control. of minor rhllil. Bradford I Account With Us. Divide E

Thru Wednesday night of last week of Mr.-and Mrs. Clynon Pearce oi, This Order County In:Telegraph next four shall weekly publish In.uee. tuck Her lines are the and smart precision -, The Payments To Suit I!! i
Wear Expert Repair .
nger her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Orlando were guests Saturday at
mechanism k
Witness hand and officialaenl you Your Budget.
New Life For Old ShoesIGGS&BAKER- and Mrs. Freeman Johns of Lake the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. F at Htarke my Florida, this No.OFFICIAl have come to expect

( City. Miles. While here they also visit vember 13 1941., only in highest-priced p" Apons. ,. ,, I \
( :. SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
ed relatives in Starke. Now brought to : :
Mrs Harry Lappe is Improving A. Clerk of said. Court .
Bill Doyle of Green Cove Springswas 1 fly T.upllle O. Cnnner, IX C, you at dollars I leas by W-A-T.C-H-E-S. .. ;
nicely and Is now at her home T. Frank IdLndrum.t..rk.., Fin. the world's leading
after undergoing an operation on a recent guest of his brothel Atty. for Plf. li-14 4t I2-S pen-maker-Parkerl! BtLOVA: GRUEN t
and sister-in-law(, Mr. and Mrs. J,, .- .
November 6 at Hos ---
Call St. Starke Fla. Shadycreat
W. D. Doyle. 1V: rinrrir rornr, nnnpon e 4 poln" 10 choose frono- ELGIN 'AND COURT
pital.Mr. Friends of Mrs. W. R. Stricklandwill t'UI''II'I'Y' FI.OHI" i'4 "'l1AYCenternee fin.,medium, brood, ihib.I4K .
Mrs. left AllNationally
and A. D. Crosby t':11: .
be Interested to learn of hei Malcolm Plaintiff vs. e gold polntwith.pectolmkraanomb9p
Thursday of this week for Miami,
recent change In address-from I Jack VS. Malcolm Defendant. Case Advertised. '
where they will attend the Farm No. Sill.
Branch ofINSURANCE Bureau Convention F. '!day and 621 North Walnut Street to the I ORDER r>r puncic-ATioM e Fllti In |lust 2 trrobetC I

..... Sapp home on 402 East Cherry AND NOTICE TO APl'KAHSTATW ; Cop dips' on lock
Saturday. Following the convention OF FLORIDA to: Jack H.
they will participate in a Street. Malcolm whose residence I* unknown securely without twitting. Watch ands Compass I .
Lowell Lawson of Auburndale,, e choke of 4 brilliant coleni .
to Cuba to and GIFTS of All KindsFor 6
trip begin Sunday
You are required to appear nn Hack., Slue 1ud.
morning and continue through who Is a student at the Universityof December 12, 1147, In the above Oroy : \ ,
Florida spent last weekend I named Court and cause wherein e Only SS.75 with tarnlihroiltlcnt .. Every Occasion : II
Tuesday. Also planning' to at- plaintiff seeks. divorce Bradford I
tend the convention are Mr. and visiting relatives in Starke. County Telegraph shall publish this 4.00.cop. i
MoHhlnf psncit, $
Mlsa Freddie Wlmberly. Mrs, Order In next four weoklv Issues .1
Mrs A. Russell Norman. Witness mv hand and official seal
Save at BARKSDAI.K'S. Qne Vernon Silcox and Mrs. Wlllard\ I t at Htarke.. Florida this November
Pass wcre.ln Jacksonville\ Wednesday 1.1 1941. W H Y
PHONE 146 lot lovely dresMen redneed one- (OFFICIAL AI AI.) A. J. Thomas, r;
third. of last week. A. Clerk of said Court,
Constant Service Orer50 YearsCLASSIFIED Save at DARKSDALK'S.! : On I Hy T.iicllln C. Conner., D. .C.
'- Mr. am Mrs. B. K. Bennett and T. Frank T.nnOruni, !!Iark.. Fin fo! To Other! Ctlen! When
lot lovely dresses' mluot-d one- t
son Kem. pent last weekend asguests Atty. for I'lf. 11-14 4t 12-S
of Mr and Mrs. Junius third You Can Buy YourHeart's ::11! ,
Miss Louisa' Dyers spent last IV flllCI IT rot IIT. Illl \nl"11f'OI'I'Y :
Smith! and famil.E. .-". Fl.llllll) Cell \>- Desire Right I
M. Davis returned Wednesday weekend at the home of her par (111Y.Kate: I'I (
t'erklns Willis, Plaintiff vaIHWI Here In Starke. '
ents. Mr. and Mra. I. J. Byera, Ir
from New York City where he U. Wlllln, Defendant Case !I f
was guest for several days of Mr. Leesburg No. 6117.OKDRTI. -- ur'1 l

and Mrs. Dan Stelnel and of Mr.Stelnel's ]Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mixon an ANI NOT1CM OF rnni.iCATrov TO APPICAH CLOSE ;
TOUR CAR we have a new FOR SALEONE Mrs. A. F. Sauls Rpent Thursda
Y I.ewlK
ILCO auto radial! Immediate mother Mrs. Boe and HTATW OF FI.ORII'Inl $5 DIAMONDSIndltldually.gelected ,
Q. Willis, wrliiisn residence... lit % ,
i' of last week in Jacksonville
illation. A. low. 143.60. \1
) NEW 8-BEDROOd're.ldenae family .. '
Klrhy Shoe Hhou', Valdonta 0. OUT Each :
1EPHERD RADIO SERVICE: Just completed. Mr.and Mrs. Oren Welch ol Mr. and ,Mrs.,, Harley Fv Stron You are required ,appear on and I'
url at Madleon streets,
Starke.tt OBT"ll>ia WHITK PAIV IrOAL. and Mr. and Mr. Walter Muhl- December-. ; l_4'"r-4n-the abovenom.
Seml-GIo.. $4 cat. White enamel Dade City were recent guests of .." Court an.I' < 1460 gal. Other paint at low prlcee their son-in-law and daughter Mr. hofer recently enjoyed a day'ltrip plaintiff seeks divorce.I < TYradfnrilCounty !
TOUR FARM, CITY AND LVMBKHl lid. lxS lac laS Ix to Fernandlna, where the y Telfraph shall publish thlx Latest Style of Mount
i 13, I80-S70; Window completei, and Mrs. M. L. Lawson. Order In next four. weekly Issues.Wltnes E-X-('-E-R-T f
NESS PROPERTY fished from the new mllllon-dollai
lumbingFlttlBBi; U In. Ply Wood mv hlln.lan.1 official' seal! nl(. '
Pine Flouring: Book Rhelvea pier. at Htark., Florida this Novemberii it
Olaae Block Band Among those attending th e (OFFICIAL SRAL: ) A. J. Thomas,, I,.

i I OAi cnrnnf% P IA IIP SKH.H RKAI* ALSO Blacks, Concrete all .1....; pipe Pipe;Step Concrete atonee, Lint your property for sale Georgia-Florida football game Sat T.uclll. C.A. Conner Clerk of D said C. Court.Tly JEWELRY We Are Diamond !It
KSTATBJGrts house plans, floor; Cement) Rock with me. I have sold many urday in Jacksonville were: Mr Zuch K Dona-Ian, (lalnesvllle, Fla
.*s. .....t.... of romaT Mortar Mix Steel Windows; Paintoil and Mrs. Edwin Torode Mr. an I Atty. for Plf. lt-14 4t 120iv AND OPTICAL ;
< >ro.ertr. Ha ..*. over and Block Palntt Concrete Flour pieces of property and have Merchant 1Vilhfauy
..... of H....._ .......- complete; Dump Truck Haullnr. many prospective buyer) A Mrs. John Torode Mr. and Mrs riHi-i'iT 101 IIT, nni>poiinCOI'VTY ; '.
B.y... from all over ek.N. One Hkll-8aw new. Leslie Biggs. J. M. Rltter Jr., Pl.OMIIItl IV CIIAVArlo' >. REPAIRING -
Free ..... ........ LOTS FOR lALBl $300 uP. |CO square deal hi guaraatepd. A t'.1RY. Years Experience
LSTROUT REALTY AGENCY down, 120 mo. in city llmlta. fair commlstilon I*) all that I re- Misses Barbara Starling and Sha T Williams, Plaintiff vslleuben .'
GE'4IRAL COY RAOrtall of the ron Hall Miss Myrtle Thomas and It. Williams, Defendant
As member
quire. a
J>fepreaented Locally By J. Maarlce Kdwarde Ph,... M Realty Board you may be James Deaver. George Flynn Jr., OF PrnLtCATIONANl ; 1//;
| C. nOIXINGSWOHTH assured that I will representyou Miss Nina Bishop Mr and Mrs. > NOTICE TO APPRARSTATW
118 So. Walnut St. INSURANCES write aT! llnee: OF FLOIMDA to: Reuber
fire, automobile liability and to the best of my ability.N. W. M. Wainwright and daughter It. Williams, whose residence. I. un F. j:
Harley Strong
KLT life. Bee: me for your Ineuranee Miss Patsy Wainwright Mr. anc known. :
s. p. ROWELt. Spirit. D. WAINWRIGHT JR. You required. to
need N. D. Wainwright, Jr., 119 are appear onDecember
kiiii. Mrs. J. R. and Mr ;
Medium, and Healer. State W. Call St., Phone 164. tf Realtort- Phone 154 Wainwright IMh I447. In the ahovn ,
"County .... I tell you. .a and Mrs. T K. McClane Jr. mimed Court end cause, wherein) I
; Luther Clark place t ml. N. FOR SALE] Fine eecond-runner plaintiff, seeks divorce. fradforclCounty : STARKE'S LEADING JEWELER )
on Rd. 200. Look forE Mlnlonary strawberry plant., as Telegraph shall. publish thlf
E! .. tt thousand and you pull them. Order In next four weekly Issue..
E. T. Chapman Rt. t. HOT 8A, Hnn- Witness n,,, bund and official I seal!1! 137 W. Call Street Phone 153
.SALE-On* '-room house tin- ford Fin Phone 1.1TOW 11-1 SIp at Htarke, Flnrlilu this 12th of Nuvanher
''rnl'hed; one 4-room house furl' 1M7OFFICIAL .
'*i ''airs 4ia center St., Starke. nlahed and unfurnished apartments,. ; Use As Clerk of said Court,
Stp 11129! very close In. Desirable location.No '"
objection to well b.havrdchildren. .." LI .
.-Mr. and Mrs. W. H. '.
MATTRESSES Nollman, 201 W Madison' St.. 4''ires1on WALNUT TWIN BEDS The Most Popular

OF'ALL KINDS Btarke. t( I "

ft. plywood 48-ln. beam custom a
made boat. at Qassett Ftros, -AWAY Iu I
Starke. 4t 11-21 JLAIY
with ()
HOTTSINO.!! A C O O M M O PATIONS!'! plenty time to ; ; y
available on Klngnley Lake. For pay

f of Information Commerce.see Starke Chamtitr tl 1.4 r h'' w Wearever _____. 13.95

FOR S.\LE-Oo. T-ft. Electrolux rfrltterator ... '.0. x41 T Kettey Crocker _. 16.95 I

first class (condition.burns kerosene Sue )B. H I In, lya! ; t;,"0.\ I' Packed In Boxes) Ready .
Smith at Hmlth'M Oarage. Ill :' For Shipment! Anywhere

Urop Utj A Card FOR BALK One 6-burner. oil atov< They .. ploy for Hours, Very Happy Atom a r ,.-r Saves Flavor & TimeLess -
built-in In aood rendition.
with oven.
"STINGS MATTRESS CO. Look and operates good!, With Jhit Fvrnitvi el Their Very Own/ w Fuel Consumption
B.>x 230 Palatka, Fla a* nw. One JO-gal. aluminum ,
butler 3-leg; Iron tripod stand Will Save Money For
One 8-burner oil heater for same You.
In good condition. Can be see n
IrE, .. ,roll. SALE, lnelu ,
; 'itpKLVNEY'S
I 814. Starke. F1 aa.lsttp 141 ux
Iaueual.BSrRIBEJ? to the Jacksonville : home REST K .*.ley CONVALESCENT Lake .. For delivery tee. A. H. Larry" Place). Good food
",,, .Vr'r"OZFI: .U. TOJ Lafayette quiet aurroundlnvs, experiencednurse.
.. gtp 11.14 For Information see of Bed Spreads
write' Kinney den. Del., t"
ANTED TO RENT: -Hous* In or ,CFla.S 4tp-H-
17.1' Starke for school term. Htarke i J
17. .etas 01... Robinson' teacher. Phone FOR SALK 4-room house and lot. (Without Spring! Mattreo) $5 95 I
Farm. Ill Modern conveniences.. See or _
: 1 .
Keystone For
tTouwers. Made
'' write Mrs. J. P Constructed of

"Id 4 'boy WHITE dally wanted BOYS and) to Sunday deliver and one Miami paper.y eol-. Heights, Fla. ",Itp Lang Life J 11.95[ Selected' Wtxxl I

> Dahraer', Gift Shopper Feana.AMrs. J..7.mfirdon'Starke.Its, I I

:." '''' ."-t-prlajht Oonoyer piano. FOR It..41.E
,, -'10 W. Madl.nn St. Its Bed Room Unite" Completewith
blirIn vicinity I of Hampton. 1 Mattrees. JJ' WEEKEND: SPECIAL :
wri! Pol..nd-Chlna l Kilt with 1.4 B.d.Spring Spring Mattress. Wood & Coal 'I

lark i7A".chit and'In one yellow ear. spots.two .w,Crop llowloiit jan5u.tynirSn"'fabl.: k Sill Chair. Sealy Innerspring Large Heaters : _
'In nher. Reward Please ,
T> c ehMtmln, Hampton. 1 White Itadlo E""ab'II.d. :: ('nal or wood NEVA WET :

Hp Ran.o 5 Months Old. 22 50 .
'IR'ALI'-R.d'! Place ml. north t tI t Porch fast Furniture.Iron Heater. g Baby Mattress ,:
5'arke. Reaaonable. Inquire at I I Wood almost 7 Acree WIIIII.at At Least /
the". S Room 'Took rAIiTJE
11.817R HI-
lip of Land. 1300 Ft on tltat. for g ,9 12 95 4 or 5 KootiM ;
fine opportunity 10.45 U8E YOUR
..5ALF-On. UU Dodge emit. Il1ghwa way 100.8."ln.. With or wlth- CHAIR::; SET. a e ... e .-.V Other Heater 1.05 Up; CREDIT
.. Itlnn.motor new batter. lnnd .. Ituwith 1ConcreteBlocka I E-Z TEn ISIT.S
Want to .n .t ItOO ed8hHutment
s"a. can h. ...n .t Roberta, ] 3\00 Miles South of Stsrke: ., ft BeaotifoDy: ftniabed Wood polUfccd nrbular aet&.I l 4p and ,
Rt. Stan.Icy.
Ant T1; ft rlc':' aaU"o. itt t.t house on flight below Oats. ..dtra uHUro, 4tra cvul I
'. I Ranch. Large SI..nI 1onn g arms. A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

D,?J. HERALD dally and SundayPi. FIRESTONEt.

err'I'.e, e 0 delivered rhone, III.to.or your call al 4C door.Dab I-I} USED. sale. ICO-TJfPJRM,lar...... .t.,1ederaieil.. 0.firetE. C.claee. .176Y ens.'Itloe .top ItraTERSWbll. HOME &JUTTO SUPPLY I' JOHN DENMARK FURNITURE

"amswith: '0 7-I b..ee a. Stile J. P. Roberts, Owner 4'jf '

4.1 'to 0 r ellln rood -Ioulldln.land with., with clav. I, .. White.rube they, ,RI last Rt.and 1. Ujunl. Box\ 81( 600 Temple Avenue SUrke, Fla. PHONE. 1S1 STARKE. FLA.n : i2

"*ill'.I'''dMalla.''''L Cub_ John*In a.v.ac.Adam.. 16140.State R.If-A...... One W ADrY..n niL IU of_ Farm1l t '+Gt -- A-- _" t 'tA-'+o1W- hA lti0t.'tot ,, .

ire 8V, Milwaukee. Wtoc. It Market. I

,-' e"+ G. "rp. ,.,.: ,. r..... 0 ,. .w.4 slur, 1' r', 1,1"

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son, Edward Hall were visitingMrs.
a party at the Recreation Hall for several days with relatives In rain. and children Were
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae had Murrhee's parents Rev. and Mr. and dinner ,
Mrs. fw\
last Wednesday evening with W Ft. Myers.Mr. Pine LevelBy aa dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hall one day last week.. day. J. E: StarUng
HamptonBy A. Scott, sponsor in charge. A and Mrs. W. T. Saxon of They aim!
Mrs. B. M. Myrick of Waldo, Mr,, Remember the services at Pine Thomas' i
scavenger hunt and other Interest Oakland Park and Starke werevisitors parent,, Mr.
Ing games were enjoyed, with refreshments here recently. Mrs. .II. M.. McRae. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and children Level Church every Sunday morn- Herman Thomas, and
I\'rlt. M. C. Sweeney conclusion. of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Ing and evening. Come to Sunday RlBlnr
at the Mr. II
of Jacksonville and
Bobby Hall, Truman Dickinson Miss, was Betty the weekend guest of Mrs. Geneva Higgins and small B. M. McRae and son, Lynn. School at ten a. m. Sunday morn- son, Gerald Mrs., T N, Nortna

METHOIMST REVIVAL BEGINSA Loon Trlest, of Thrrensa and Carl W. H. Griffin. daughter of Homaaassa are visit The ladles of this section will ing.Mr. Norman's parent.Were vlsttlnr
two weeks' series of revival Carter of Starke, were out-of- Little Carl Wayne Rhoden, whoaccidentally ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. meet at some home In the com-I : and Mrs Russell Thomas ,,H. M. McRae Mr. and
meetings will begin at the Methodist town guests. swallowed R. Langford.Mr. munity one day out of each week. Saturday,
Church Sunday evening, Nov. On the Baptist Church grounds, several months, is now undergoing and Mrs. A. F. Hall and They carry their work along with
16, at 7:30 p. m. There will be the Junior group of the Training treatment ago at the Crippled children of Jacksonville were visiting them such aa sewing, crochetingand
services each afternoon at 3:30: Union entertained with a Weinerroast. Jacksonville. He relatives here over the week- embroidering. By doing so SUPERIORin
o'clock for the children, and at Chaperoning the !little they learn from each other dif-
end, and were Saturday night
the of Mr, and :Mrs. Carl
la of fine
6:45 p. m. for the young people folks: were Mrs. T. J. Alderman, son guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert ferent ways of making beautiful every sense and upright
The regular services will be held Mrs! W. W. Hicks and Mrs. WIN Rttoden. Myrick. Christmas presents and other use- modern serving and unusual carefulness
at 730. Everyone Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lamoreauxhad ful things. Last Monday they in
each evening ; bur Scott. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae had<3 3aa guarding against needless expense
It Invited to( Attend, as Sunday dinner guests, Mr. dinner guests Sunday :Mr. and met at the home of Mrs. J. W.
TECHNICOLOR EDUCATION and Mrs William Carver and E McRae. Those present were: Mrs.
Mrs. L A. Crosby and family and
TRAINING UNION PARTIESThe FILM C. Lamb of Jacksonville. B. M. McRae, Mrs. Robert My- *
Bovle Crosby, all of Sunnybrook
Intermediate group of the Friday night of last week, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Black and and Ardella Hall of Jacksonville. rick. Mrs. A. J. Fender Mrs. H. '.

Hampton Training Union enjoyedTRYPOST.WAR7ASTERAOlNG1 Wilkins, Representative of the children of Gainesville were guests Mrs. J. B. Starling, Jr., and Mrs. M. McRae and Mrs. A. F. Hall. tr DEW1TT C. JONES
Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, Sunday of Mr. and 111'8. K. B. Russell Thame were visiting Mrs Also present for the noonday meal AMBULANCE SERVICE
111, presented an Interesting color; Watterson. Mr. Black was guest A. J. Fender Tuesday afternoon. were: H. M. McRae, A. F. Hall, !!
film entitled "The God of Creation" speaker at the First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae and and Robert Myrick. Funeral Director
COLDTABLETS at the First Christian and and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee and
e 666 Church. Church both morning even- son, Harley attended church at Mr. STARKE PHONE T
Corinth Baptist Church and were
Friends of Mrs. W. F. May, Mrs. Ing.Mr.. and Mrs. A. L. Olsen of' dinner guests of :Mr. and Mrs. T. TO ALL WHOM NOTICE IT MAY CONCERN: Our local funeral home enables us to
gearw........seat .... ......... MS-iN
arrived Thurs- Eaecutnra offer conveniences and services
: i Nt. It Ralph Pearsall and T. C. Chastalntvlll Torrlngton, Conn., N. Norman of Hellbronn Springs. This la l to certify that the not
!! the Estate of Edna B.
I' efCaMMu.Mtik be Interested to know they day of last week, for their annual Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and Thomas of deceased have filed their otherwise available
are now convalescing at their winter visit here daughter, Charlene of Lake City Final Accounting and will on the
, homes here after spending the past Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May and spent the weekend here and were ,,,25th the day County of November Judge ,of KIT.Bradford applYto We 'furnish the highest type service at the lowest polo
CRtllr tETS week at Shadyereet Hospital In Mrs. May Sweeney and daughters dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- County Florida for Order of Final accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, issued by
:11" I.nr.t M:.1:11I1111: Starke. attended church services In McIntosh ert Myrick on Sunday.We DI.oharlre.l Joseph This Oct.E. Thomas SUt, 1947., paoy as payment In part or in full en a funeral. COl1lUltaU ca

Mrs. O. D. Gay of Dunnellon last Sunday. are thankful for the beauti- Edna Kzeoutorv.Belle Mill., a. carries no obligation.
spent Thursday here with friends. Miss Martha Home and Miss ful sunshine again after so much 10-24 4t 11-14
I Mrs. M. L. Watteraon and Miss, Norma Sweeney; were supper: -

Harvene Watterson left SaturdayPHONE guests last Friday of Mr. and Mri.

Robert Barksdale In Starke.Jo .
J T" Anne Greene of Brookei
HIJtI..S..A..Llrftlr visited relatives here Sunday.

n ,1,11 .YOiflOlt'r.....'.'lD"F. Get, Monday, little Jackie Hall was t. ?
taken to a Jacksonville hospital,
tfj) due to a serious kidney allmen
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
) ,1. Angus Hall.Howell .

Williams only son of:
Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, has
'of been quite ill this week at his.
: home here. Friends wish him a jr ,,.l a I e,1} /

!speedy recovery.

Sincere sympathy is extended to

Mrs. T. C. Chastain on the death
beat but cc ttkkaa, Bess!" last week of her sister, :Mrs. J. L. R b
Dowling of Daytona Beach. The<
150 b
Funeral was held in the Churchof '
Christ in that city, and Inter-
AND LAUNDRY STARKE TAXI SERVICE ment in Daytona Beach Cemetery. :
fHONE 21 CIEEN IUIUHNG 1 Mrs. Chastaln' had as her guest .
4* dl this week her two sisters, Mrs. T.

fj! ssrpsrssprsrrssrrsj H. Douglas of Alachua and Mrs., ,
Virgin Addison of Ocala.
Mrs. McElroy of Atlanta, Ga.,
fI1 WE HVV1itKCKiVEn: : A SHIPMENT. has been a' recent guest of her

slattT-ln-Iaw;! Mrs. Ann R. Guy.
4 Brinley Steel Beam Turn Plows

Inch Steel e . e . e .
7 Beam $13 8 Inch Steel Beam $13.75 1

I f 11 Inch Grove Light 2-Horse $16.75 GrahamBy

Y We Carry A Full Line of Brinley Parts at 1\11'11. John McKlnney

1 Reasonable Prices '. .

;'t f Trf L. WAINWRIGHT & SON HOUSE large WARMINGA :crowd gathered at the

, Lawtey, Florida. tome of Mr. and Mrs. John :McKinney -
, "A.a
last Friday night and gave
the couple many nice, practical
A/rnJse M gifts to be enjoyed In their new
home. Sandwiches and drinks

Rom where I sit... / ."Joe'Marsh were served. <' Es tl a ltiEI

Y"" Charlie M. Frazier arrived on 1 rt rb
November. 2 to spend his leave
".. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. fiw. fY. Jt1 p Y key t74 t
Prissy's Got a Man! J. Frazier. He left Tuesday to
return to San Diego, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton :
(Maybe) $
and children of Starke were visitIng -
relatives and friends here over ff'o4
Yesterday 8U Martin our Ii.abonti! Tolerance of a Husband's the weekend.
brarlan. Lund an artlela cut from taste for old hats, old pipes, old :Mr. and :Mrs. E. n. McKinney I Ia.b

their file copy of the Ct'rfon.When friend, and mellow beer. And tolerance of Sampson were visiting the B. a L ,

she compared it with another copy on the husband's part of a B. McKlnneys Sunday afternoon. a
} that I give her she found It was my wife's tastes and habits. Mrs.. Florrie' McKinney of
column "How to Gainesville visited her mother
oa Keep a Husband ,
.From where I tit, nobody be-
Happy. Mrs. Annie Ward, here last Monday -
gruto Prissy taking that clip. I .
Nothing unusual about that.Expinw from the Clarion.But I'd like
t Mrs. Carl Jones and Mrs. Horace -
cept the last person seen reading to hint that if she'd Jut subscribe, I Cain were shopping in Starke
the paper was Prissy Hoakins (tour she'd get my thoughts on tolerance Wednesday. 4I4 :

town's proverbial Old Maid) I firsthand. And In return 111 treat Mrs. Lizzie Wynn of Starke was :

Well, if Prissy ha. finally. got a mer to a glass of beer. I the overnight guest of her brother

man, more power to her.And here I and elstcr-ln-Iaw Mr. and Mrs. _

tolerance to both of them. <'. because av, ( John McKinney, last Friday.
that's what ny column was O'vw I Mrs. Russell Rader and her
I brother, Pete Rader, and children
.' 'I' 0 \were shopping in Starke Satpr- .
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Baptist ChurchThis At The Tabernacle was covered with a lace cloth Frances Durden of Jacksonville Glass of Frostproof and George France and, though from different

I and centered with a pink punch Beach. This occasion was the T Donham of Orange Park I "sections' of the country, the two

1frd1i2WS month the series of mornIng Dr. and Mrs. Georgo F. Tib- >owl. Tall, pink tapers balanced birthday anniversary of Mrs Jack Nelson Robert Fitzxtm- found many topics of mutual interest
messages at the First Baptist bitts, Miss :Mae Ward, Gordon the arrangement. Assisted by Richarde. mona and Misses Margaret Hed-' during their hours of chat.
Church Is entitled Purdy and Gordon Jr. Mrs. J. 1\[. Bradley, the hostess -- I
"November were guestsat Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hcdrlck and dish and Pauline Biannen of Jacksonville Fresh .took of excellent typewriter -
Week Revival News from the New Testament". the Tabernacle Sunday; Dr. served cookies with the punch Mrs. Horace> Starling of Jacksonville were dinner guests of ribbon. at THE TELE- I
' Lin Sunday The pastor, the Rev. L. D. Halnes, TibbItts bringing the messago Sun. Games afforded Interest fur several and Mrs. Hedrlck Sr., of Mr. and Mrs. It ,v. Brannen Friday GRAril.ElPBif .

a Is bringing the third In the series day morning using as his subject hours with a "scavenger Pine Bluff, Ark., were Sunday, evening The Jacksonvillegroup
lampion Church at 11 o'clock this Sunday mornIng "RecruIting for Christ" and giving hunt" being the one of outstandIng visitors of Mr. and Mrs R. S also attended the Bradford
: "Messiah Walks on the many of his experiences in Chris- Interest The winning group Rosier. High Homecoming festivities. / J tlrI
Innll Mrs. Roy T. Hoots Water". Next Sunday's tian work over a period of 80 In the hunt received an appropil-. / '
message Mr. Accompanied by several! relatives ,
and Mrs. Rafpli Cox and
Ln evangelistic team, will will be "Messiah Is Crucified". years! This challenging message ate prize. daughters. Cynthia and Prlscllla, Mrs T S. Sulton of Lake iRI t

Lo t weeks' "Old Time ReIthe At the evening Happy Hour at brought with it the heart-search- Mrs. O. E Crews has been inCohassett. of Live Oak were dinner guestsof Geneva was a Sunday visitor of ,"fRitR SPu ,"
Methodist 7:30: o'clock the pastor's Ing question: "Are You Recruiting Mrs. John Crews. Like Mrs. RI N
Hampton message Mass., near Boston, for Mr. and Mrs. R. H.: Cox Sun & .
will be "Three For Christ? Crews, Mr. Sulton was from ::: Ion Sunday evening, No- Simple Stories" to the past ten days! as the guest day. Miiis Elizabeth Cox returned !IIIJ'W.1"
7:30: o'clock. enlighten the gospel message of The evening message was given I of Mr. and Mrs I* M. Francis and to Live Oak with Mr. and Mrs.
Jl6, at Sin, Salvation by Mr. Purdy (Vice President of' -- -
Security. The song their children. During the absence Ralph Cox for a visit.
workers are ex-
I of theso field of chll'oulh service Is led by Mrs. W. R. Morse the "Volunteers Of The World"an i of Mrs. Crews Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Strlngfrl-
d In the and Mrs. E. C. Mann Jr., piano able assistant In the work) to A. P. Moore of Miami have been 1 low were In Jacksonville last
and adult evange- i
Ly from the Upper and organ duo leading in your an attentive congregation.A I here with Mr. Crews and chil ; Wednesday and were, supper
come Conference and request hymns and choruses. special service was held Monday dren. guests of Mr. and Mrs. George

california evangelists\ In thejit Bible School meets at 9:45: with evening conducted by Dr. John Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.R. Mnnassa. ,
roved We specialize In washIng -
Most of theirIn classes for all ages to study from McNeill of Washington D. C., W. Brannen were Mrs. H. P. Kenneth: Grider of Starke spent .
t Peter's who Is a guest of the Tabernaclefor machines. toasters fan, waffle
this field has been inand letter, "Building Cainoy of Brooker and Miss Eva last Wednesday night with Spencer /
( community Revivals, Christian Character". At 6:15: the the week. The hard rain Fay Galney cf Fahokeo.Accompanying Crews. lrnn, vacuum cleaner. Iron, eta
I Training Unions meet to discuss Tuesday night couldn't keep the
*y have just completed Tabernacle Kenneth Grider During the past weekend Mr. "Where Guarantee Means Somellring"STEWART'S I
the topic, "The Book for all Conditions group from gathering
| |In Hawthorne and High of Starke and George Roberts and and Mrs, B. W Class hail! as
j of Life", again to hear another of Dr. MeNelll's -
munici- The church Phil Shuford of visitors APPLIANCE SERVICE
Both are gifted Lawtey. Spencer Mr. and Mrs. Bob Glassof
the vibraharp nursery with capable adult moth- \ unique Bible messages. Crews the Georgia-Flor Jacksonville, Glen Glass
j will use 603 Temple Ave. Box 61 Starke Fla.
[ chimes, and other Instru- ers In Charge is open for all ser The Tabernacle will be open all ida football game In Jacksonville family and Mr. and Mrs Johnny I ,
their services. vices. day Thanksgiving for those who Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .

i thing Is in readiness for Wednesday evening the Women'sMissIonary would enter for meditation and S. L. Montgomery, Mrs.A. .

I meeting in this historic Society, with Mrs. S. prayer. H. St. John Mrs. J. L Dart. 'i
o ch where in the past year E. Sparks president, will be In The Great Commission Prayer Mro. E. N. Brngdon. Mrs. R. T.
for charge of Prayer Meeting. An league has asked that ThanksgivIng Smotherman and Mrs. T. D. Fields,
a pie gathered a great One Custom Mad
lly Revival service. enlightening and Interesting pro- Sunday Nov. 23, be set asideas all of Jacksonville spent Wednes- ei e ;.

I Rivers, pastor ofirch. gram will be presented. a day of prayer for our Nation day of last week with Mr. and .
Ralph A Thanksgiving Service will be Mrs. J. A. Bouvlcr.
A cordial
Invitation (Is extendedto
I the,Official Joined Board by the extends mem- all to worship at all services. given Thursday night Nov. 27, at Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodward MATCHING PILLOW I :;

lal Invitation' everyone "Vlait the church with the Visiting r:30( o'clock In keeping with the returned Monday following a trip

(driving distance to comere pastor". request of the Prayer League. to points of Interest In the southern -

in the services of a part of the State. While In
Old Time Revival." Methodist ChurchThe Tampa they visited Mr. and Mrs.R. With Each Set Tailored Seat Covers
State L. Thompson, their son-In=law
Ices will be held each afterIt FarmBy
17th annual Layman's Mis- and daughter. 11
o'clock for the chllBlile
3:30: will- sionary Day will be observed In Mrs Bryan Whltfleld Marshall A. Bouvier, Sr., of' "

illy the at 6:49 teen-age: for special group ac- the First Methodist Church on . . Miami spent the past weekend. During November Only
Sunday Nov. 19. The Woman's with his parents Mr and Mrs.J. ,
1 Regular evening aervlces PARTY FOR YOUNG PEOPLE A. Bouvier.Mr. ,
Society of Christian Service will
held each night at 7:30 have charge of the program Sun- Miss Elizabeth Cox entertaineda and Mrs H. M. Richarde

day evening giving the Mission- group of boys and girls from the entertained at dinner at noon Sun-
Farm and adjacent towns Satur- Mr. Mrs. J.
day and H. Bitch
ary of the world and in
their special fields of service. The day evening at the home of Mr. of Klngsley Lake, Mr. and Mrs STARKE SEAT COVER COMPANY

Rev. L. A. Shepherd chaplain, of and Mrs. R. H. Cox., The beautyof H. C. Rltch Mr. and Mrs. S. R. ,
the spacious home Johns and children of Mrs. MADISON '
"he t was enhanced Starke COURT ft STREKT8O : I
G I State Prison Farm will >e
by fall flowers and the refreshment Carlyle Ritch and children of I II
i guest speaker at the morning ser I '
table 'was lovely. It Gainesville and Betty Jo and .
vice. Everyone always enjoys
bearing Mr. Shepherd as be is a

veil informed and able speaker. BUY ON PERFORMANCE NOT PROMISES '
fly ,Youth Fellowship meets at 6:15n : O
the recreation building for a 71

CLIAI11 4 snack and program. i

Prayer Meeting Wednesday even-
lAT ITSJ EST Ing at 7:30: o'clock. Everyone in

1 Life Of Your Clothes vited. I* > M"* ** -
lends On The CARE St. Mark's EpiscopalSunday FAC1* &te 7 & :
Receive. All Cars i.1

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Finished Service 11 a. m. Church School ,

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?HONE -Rev. S. W. Creasey Minister. Recent Independent tests prove) our and double rinsing.See Launderall'sconvenient x. L ,, 1 c ,,
; claim that Lavnderell does a better Top-fll-Dor that moans 4 vi ,' : -\-, 1 ,''I I
Christian Church |lob-Itwoshasnror.sbth.sei..as "no bending or atplngthe: Softie '? frt> "7 ''j I

mora oconomlcolfyl Latch that guards against' accidents. 1 I
Rev. J. M. Dixon --
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Evening Service-7:30: p. m. today. Watch Launderall's exclusive damp-dried-ready for the line- 4a, :",t a ), : J

I Washington St., Starke Prayer Meeting Wednesday Re-Verto-Rol washing action glvo It's all dona automatlcally-yow ro'a t adehso? r +,... II

7:30: ( p. m. each piece an Individual washing hands never touch waterl ; wi .;,qptlt"
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I and no one was to blame.In tending to business In the metrop- Hv Dim Kelly, Fproamllna, Fla. Wltn".F In next ten
the meanwhile, there hays olis." Atty. for Plf. 11-14 4t 12-5 at Rtarke,1)1\., 'a .
SOCIETY: PASTCompllitl been important carload shipment!! U. 941. hl xk,
PAGES Fresh stock of excellent types iv: ('IIU'I'I'r roriiT. iiit.utFniinrorvrv OFFICIAL (1 AL
f' ..
101: Truby ,
out of town. J. s writer ribbons at TilE TELE ri.ouioAi IM cnt: By Lncliu ,,j 4'
shipping out sugar cane whit t'HH: ". Hun ;
Powell and Powell are sending out GRAPH. A. William-, Plaintiff,, vn. Omul. Atty. Kelly for| PI!r ''tllrq
Buddy Datls I meats without a license. Adams Williams, Defendant Cue
Mary Ann Long returned spirits and rosin and S. R. Johns I ." 101'1'1' 'OI'IIT, lilt t DFO11Dl No. Dill. i
L. Peek
"Mr. Comer '/>!-vrV FLOHIII" m fllA.irjiii. %- ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Honoree At PartyLittle 00 TEARS AGO I Wednesday after six days trip to his cotton. .* AND NOTICE TO APPEAR A t T() (
(From the Nov. b. 1887, Issue of his boyhood home In Northern Tax Collector E W. Hayes say T.av..tHlnp'y' Hiftton: Plaintiff vn. STATE CIV FLORIDA to.BellRle: | OBILE
John Mark Horton, I> f ndunt. Can Adams Williams whoae residence la LI.5BILIT1'1gl
hon S And
Mary Ann Long wan The Starke Telegraph). I Georgia. that the Tax Books are open. No, BUS. unknown. RLI
ored by her mother Mrs. Eugene O. M. Inman, auctioneer will ply ORDER OF PUBUrATTON I You are required to appear on Although nut
Grand opening' of the Truby, "Starke is at last to have a December IB, 1947, In the above rumplillIO'6
afternoon with a colts at J. ANn NOTICR TO APPEAR much 1111"1'
Tuesday trade some in
his over
Long. Sternberg and Co., store will take market house where all meat and STATE OF FLORIDA to: John named Court and "Auae. wherein carry
at the home of the Monday.The plaintiff see kn divorce Bradford In""ranl'l". I
party W. Andrews' Livery
lovely Murk Horton whose residence In
Mrs. E. J. place Nov. 16. "A very Important vegetables sold In the city will be i Pavo, Georgia. County Telegraph. hall publish. this line, rl'liab'' r"P"'nIOlI
child's grandmother. Teachers
of all sold underPlhe' control of the City Bradford County stork c!
Christian Street, the Feature will be our display You are required to Appear on Your hunlness
Dowling on at such reasonable prices Council. Association Is to meet Saturday. December 15, 1947. In the above HIM III'
occasion being her third birthday grades the are named Court and cause, wherein C A"Drinking v. ted.
Among those on program .
that you will feel like shuckingoff "Mr. E. E. Wills, Geo. Adams plaintiff aeeka dlvorns. Bradford
anniversary.Each Mrs. B. Perkins Mrs. Ina White; Telegraph Khali. thlOrder 1-9 W. Call
County publish
and wearing a new suit home. and E. D. Wall have announced water nelthewneither StKTt
was given andS In next four liauait.
participant Olive Ray. weekly
young and balloon If you should happen to have any themselves candidates for Mar- Barney McRae. Witness. mv hand and official seal. makes a man sick nor Opposite Bradford Co.T '"
a arrival gay party at the cap Dowling home eggs, chickens, cotton or hides shal." S. Dowling. at 13th.Starke 1947.OFFICIAL. Florida this November his wife a widow." I'hune 114 1:
upon bring them with you and get the "Pith and Point" "When lit Penonal' -From Pillar Of Fir N. D.
colors of pink and ( SEAT.) A. J. Thomas WainwrfchL
where party color top: of the market for them." tle Beanie was taken to the menagerie "Mr. P. P. Altman and miss Lillian A> Clerk' of Bald Court. : J jj
white were the lavishly chosen used Among those on the monthly the first thing her eyes Hilllard. both of Starke, were
scheme, being his ------
Bactrian camel. married by Judge Green in ------ -
din- Orange Institute Honor Roll are lighted on was the
the living room.
throughout Ing room and porch. Archibald Johns, Emma Strick- Oh, mama,' she exclaimed 'lookat office Saturday afternoon.'Canh I Now that the holiday season la Ir'approaching
looked on aa land John and Jerry Wills.\ that cow with two bustles on.." given for eggs and : you will appreciatemore F4t'

Excited youngsters honoree opened her Under the column "We Won- 25 YEARS AGO chickens at Kickliter'a. than ever the effort, your A / O Sl .
many the small lovely gifts during the first der" "If the business men of (From the Nov. 3, 1922, Issue) "F. L. Turner haa purchased a & I' Store Is making to bring you 'p

part of the afternoon. They then Starke ever can be taught the Hallowe'en was chiefly uneventful new Ford touring car. tf quality foods at the moat reasonp of, f, g
were Invited Into the dining room. value of printer's Ink" "If Tru- In Starke. "There were some "Freeman Register Is demon- able prices possible under present I ;
'IIand-crocheted lace formed the by Sternberg and Co., Is not the minor obstructions In the streets strating the superb qualities of economic conditions. We feel that m't ,4t -r
down. Noth- '
,cover for the table, where a low largest firm In East Florida. and a few signs torn school the new Buick. we can be of real arntlstance to .
howl: of pink carnations and dell'rate Advertisement "It Is a fact ing had happened at water the "Mrs. O. L. Beasley went to you in planning holiday menus y
fern formed the centerpiece. that Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic is house except' that a pipe let Tampa Wednesday to visit her that keep within the family budget 1d ,w "'
But the janitor
had bursted I
i A colorful birthday cake withftm cooling to the blood." off and said that parents."L.> t t I t and cordially Invite you to
the light
candles was placed there as City News: at- visit our new Super Store at 800JANE:
"hit done busted by her lone self A. Davis spent Saturday
'young (cuests sang "Happy Blrth- "The Mayor had several prln- : 302 East Call Street In Starke. PARKER

day to Mary Ann", oners this week for retailingMrs. I ----
The children then gathered on ANN Fruit
Lamarr Currey. Baking Powder 6 8c Cake
the upaclous porch where del'clous PAGE oz. -
Near the conclusion of the afternoon ,
refreshments were served by
party made of the Let Us ..
:Mrs. Long and .Mrs. Dowling pictures 4 3 lb. 2.231
children on this memorable occa- "
assisted by MrR,_A, Colson
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1, TOLOS' .AUTOMOWLEWEAR. TO TttEMINIMUM. lona Peaches, No. 2% can 29c Pancake Flour

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'' Babv Limas
If IHONE'12 STARKE, FLA. Sunny field Bucknhrat
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Automobile Insurance. I- No. 1 Can Shortening Corn & Wheat Flour j

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I Ann Page SYRUP, 1 pt. 27r
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li-. Potatoes, 10 Ibs. 37c 14 oz. 23c
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Automatic Record Players Small Portable Radios CELERY, 2 bunches .- 39c Ann Page Boston Style! Beans

StillMIGHTY Irons Electric Hot Water Heaters Toasters 2 Mb. Cans Esc .-

Home Freezers Bright Sail Soap Flakes
Delicious APPLES, 2 Ib s. 35c
12 1-2 oz. 25c
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I Polished PECANS, lb. 49c Octagon Soap
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Electric Refrigerator& Electric Range I Sunshine Grapefruit Juic-

Cauliflower, head - 29c No. 2 Cans 3 for 25c

", COMPLETE LINE OF SHERWINWILLIAMSPAINTS Rutabagas, 4 Ibs. - 19c Swift's PremiumHeavy

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GREYHOUND O'clock I 3 lb. bag 1.12 Swlft'si Beef Liver Premium lb. --- 53c
Roofing Siding Roll Roofing, 45 & 9016.FAIRBANKSMORSE -------

Jtomaln' Amazingly Low Center Cut

Jacksonville .___. _..._ .80 ?
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Augustine ______________ 1.00 8 lb. to I8PreCooked lb.
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-T.eahaeaee ____________ Lao All Types of Wells You Can Buy Installed or Not Hams, lb. ----

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T.npa ___________________ 1.13 Red Circle 2 lb. bag 83c Center Cot .. 64f
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Cond. Milk
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Orleans ____________ 9.1:5: Fish Fillet lb.Trailer --- Sac
r, BirminghamMeaiphln _______-____- 1OOUOO Poultry Cows Calves Pigs ----__

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Chicago! _______________ 16.00New % Beef Tripe lb. _____-.-:- -- -

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GREYHOUND( STATION I 2 lb. to S lb. Avg. Smoked
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_-_,._,_- _--_-_---.-- to business in the metrop- nv Lucille C. Conner, D. C. Order In
and no one was to blame.In tending Dan Kelly Fernamllna. Fla. Witness host btU, Me
the meanwhile, there have olis." Atty. for Plf. 11-14 4t 12-B me'I,
18.1047fe' b urn
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: 1 PAGES FROM OUR PAST been Important carload shipments Fresh -of excellent! typewriter ( ICIAL
is iv Titusl'r roi HT. Oil U>)>"'ORn ill AI. ..
out of town. J. M. Truby ribbons at THE TELE- roiMV; Fi.omoAi iv cnt:>. l1y At "J, I I,
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while ( G '
shipping out sugar cane, t KHV J'"n
Powell and Powell are sending out GRAPH. A William, Plaintiff, "". BcMl* Ally K..Uy.for I'll po il4i. P4
Dull !I meats without a license. Adams William, Defendant. Case
Buddy tl
Ann Long Complied fly R. Johns IIHAKPOIIO0lrV li
Mary L. Peek returned spirits and rosin and S. I" rmriir, coinr. No. Bill
"Mr. Comer
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Honoree At PartyLittle 60 YEARS AGO I Wednesday( after six days trip'to his cotton. Y.' AND NOTIOF') TO APPEAR A UTO
(From the Nov. B, 1887, Issue ot: his boyhood home in Northern Tax Collector E. W. Hayes says r.aveta Hlnely Horton, Plaintiff VR. RTATn OF FLORIDA to: 0.,1. IOBILt
John Mark Horton efendant. Cane Adam. Wllllamit, whose residence iv U.\8JLJT\
Mary Ann Long wan hone I The Starke Telegraph). I j Georgia. that the Tax Books are open. AndG. No. 6118 unknown.You II1SrR.\\:
ored by her mother, Mrs. Eugene: to have a M. Inman, auctioneer, will ply ORDER OK punt.ir'ATrov are required to appear onDecember Although nt
at last ,
Tucnday afternoon with i a Grand opening of the Truby, "Starke is his trade over some colts at ANn NOTICFI TO APPEAUSTATIQ I. 15, 1947, In the ahovenamed much safer t,,cotnptil.or
Sternberg and Co., store will take market house, where all meat and J'j Of FLORIDA to: John Court.._...,.and cauae_._., ..wherein.... .. cam
lovely child's party grandmother at the ,home Mrs. of E. the J. place Nov. 16. "A very important vegetables Bold in the city will be W. Andrews' Livery Monday. Mark; ..Horton.who**. r_M............. Dlalhtlf' w..w.w .A. In-urano I J'1'Dnw.n' ,011

Dowling on Christian Street, the feature Will be our display of all sold under lhc control of thi

occanlon bring her third birthday; grades at such reasonable prices Council. .' ,
that you will feel like shucking "Mr. E. E. Wills, Geo. A I I
anniversary suit home Wall have .V jf Jr' .: ,H :. .
off and wearing a new and E. D. anne ""' .
Each young participant was given If you should happen to have any themselves candidates for f. 1 I. : 1 .. .. (," "f' '...1 .." '." ..
ballot -k-. \
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a gay party cap cotton, or hides, \ ..' t"" \, "" ,'r' ," .
chicken, shal. ,. .
home, eggs J. 01. : w.n '
arrival at the Dowling ;,0' rrf .
upon with and get the "Pith and Point"tie __. "Whi :al': .' .... < ... ,. ,
them you \ ,': "
bring ':>i < > :
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colors of pink .. .
where party market for them." taken to the ., .. .. ", '" '" .,(. ') >,Of. "" .
the Bessie J "
was ,
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the chosen color .I...... it ,.. h .. t \ /I'
white were "
scheme, being lavishly use I d Among those on the monthly agerle, the first thing her ,\' .''. '"I ,c. ,J :,\ .,' ;:. .. -""', .. '' ''I'avuka {:..
Orange Institute Honor Roll are lighted on WRit the Bactrian I
throughout the living room, dining : "
Archibald Johns, Emma Strick- 'Oh, mama,' she exclaimed a; .
room porch. .
land John and Jerry Wills. at that cow with two buatlei '. .
Excited youngsters looked on i all :25 YEARS AGO ,.)" " '. '

the small honoree opened her Under the column "We Wonder" (From the Nov. 3, 1922, IIlIallowe'en : : '
lovely Rift during the fir "If the business men of \ ; ;':I .
many the was chiefly un : :,<, ,' >
of the afternoon. They the! Starke ever can be taught p : :" : '
were Invited into the dining room. value of printer's Ink" "If Tru ful In Starke. "There were '" r i .:,.."!t--'i'' ,
not the minor obstructions in the I ".
Hand-crocheted lace formed the by. Sternbergand Co., Is ,
and a few signs torn down. '
for the table, where a low largest firm in East Florida"Advertisement i -
cover 'J .
frowl of pink carnations and del- "It la a fact Ing had happened '" ,, : IW'. ."... \:" .'. ,
house, except that a watel ;:; .. Ji J\ \, ,, .. :
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irate fern formed the centerpiece that Dr. Barter's Iron Tonic Is the''Janll : ; ; .
bursterBut ,
( .A colorful birthday cake with cooling to the blood." sal :"'" ':;: .,', 1 1;. awi ,;
ttlrroe candles was placed there as City News "the"hit spooks done busted off light by her and lone ;....[',t.;,t t,' '. '"' :0i 14t;;. \ .<,. ;' .

guests sang "Happy Birtl "The Mayor had several printers ," ; .t'. .. '<
young .
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''day to Mary Ann". thla week for retailing ,.tfI.: ; ,
The children then gathereJ on w. I ,. / {:"'!I ," .
the porch, where delicious Mrs. Lamarr Currey. '. A"" '.'
spacious ; :
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party refreshments were served by Near the conclusion of the aft- .
and .Mrs. Dowling, ernoon, pictures were made of the Ii : : ;
Mrs Long :: : "j' ':I'
,. assisted by Mrs R,.A, Colson and children on this memorable occa- ;C":1, ., ; i;:',
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Approximately BO children were 'fi',4 ': : .; ::: :'; ;
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present to share happy CURE \ '' ,,,,
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Jacksonville ._-_ .80 Chuck Roast U>. ----- 31f
,G&nesvlllefttL ________..-_ -:30: WATER PUMPS Bokar Coffee 2 Ib. bag 87c ----_

Aocu"Uat\ ____________ 1.00 8 Ib. to u Ib.PreCooked .

T"N ____________ '..80I For All Types of Wells You Can Buy Installed or Not Hams lb. ------ _:

I aa-1I _____-_._--__ 560Tw.pa '
... ________________ '.115 Red Circle 2 lb. bag 83c Center Cut 61c
st. l>etrn.b.u'" ________--._ S.IO Pork Chops lb. _____-- -- _

0caIa --_ _..___..:____ 1.10 TUXEDO FEEDS : $OcI
I.N_ ..k__________ 13.9 = C d'd'Milk Fresh Mullet, lb. ----------

(....... ________________ 12.10 23cSTORE Any Brand

New Orleans ___________ 9.15 r r .. Fish Fillet lb. m ------- 3ie:

a Birmingham _____________ 1.00 Poultry Cows Calves I Pigs ---- -

Mnophl __________--___ 11.00 Horses Rabbits Dogs Hogs FOOD Fretth Tender rJe

Chicago .._.____________ 18.00 A& P Beef Tripe, Ib ----- ;: ;:::;:-

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