Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02934
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Recently Completed Construction

,?, ohigh) price and lIC.'arclty, of material building: _

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i I. BRADFORD nadoes To End Thanksgiving Baptist ChurchThe ServiceAt Merchants Favor


BRADFORDIH' ---- Hereinksgiving annual community All Day Thursday'

elI? coinr.: In next four weekly Issues. I As Clerk of said Court. iv: rutrvrr COITHT. BRADFORD ison Thanksgiving HP r v ice will beheld
FLOIUDA, IN CIIAN.'I; Witness my hand and official seal Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C. (COUNTY VXOHIUAl. 1M: CIIANCKUY. .
at Stark, Florida this 22nd of T. Frank Landrum Starke Fla. .: T h u rwduy morning Normbee -
Edwnrd WIngo Plaintiff, October 1947. Atty. for Plf. 10-31 4t 1121 Mary E. Moon Plaintiff vs. Warner 17. at 10:30 o'clock In December
Cn'Bldnv Wingo Defen'ace (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomn W. Moon Defendant. Case No. 8084. Dayouraged During
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An Clerk of paid Court. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND the First Baptist ( "IIIC'h.

I IEIt, ?fc.rTouAcPApTKlxs John fly Lucille J. Henderson C. Conner Ksq, D., St.C.Augus- 1:11: (.II"IT cornr, BRADFORD NOTICE TO APPEAR The mesMage will he brought;

') to: SarahffepU.n'St'rV.'tl'.fA I tine; Fla C'OI'VIY' FLUIilUtl IN: (,...AII.: STATE. OF whose FLORIDA residence to: Is WarnerW. by a 13-6 win by Rev. L. I>. Unities, pastor of O. S. Newcomb. newly elected I
Moon 1504
: ; !!.: ,I Atty. for Plf. 10-84 4t 11-14 CKHT.Mildre.l Der..lo. Plaintiff vs. Lee llltchway Arlington Virginia.You : he Trenton Tigers at HraJ- the rhiurli. and will Im In keepInn president of the Starke Chamber t

,amn. I IN cinciiT col it r, n \DFoiii> Mlchnel De Malo Defendant.. Case December are 1,required 1947 In the to above.appear named on ark last Friday night the with Ills monthly topic. of Commerce, stated yesterdaythat

art required 1947. In to the appear above on CElL'COUNTY: VLoiuiiAi iCHAN: No. OHDER 8067. OF PUBLICATIONAND Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Tornadoes' will Journey to "November New from the New a hasty survey Indicates thata

I.r Court H. and cause wherein Joel S. Wlngate Ptnlntlff. vs. Kffle'oarHon : NOTICE TO APPEAR maiden seeks divorce ami Bradford restoration of 21ty tonight to meet ,.n cft- Testament". The Thanksgiving majority of local business houses) l
name. County
IT"graph Li r dlvorca."hall publish Bradford this No. (I05S.OHDER.Winnute, Defendant.. Case Michael STATE De OF Mnlo FLORIDA whose residence to Mr. ;Telegraph shall publish: this OrderIn ed but till favored Colum- Day message Mill b." "Messiah: plan to forego the Usual Thursday

tell four weeklY Issues. OF PUBLICATION and address Is: 63 Buena Vista Road Witness next four weekly Issues.official gh team. Gives. Thanhs". half-holiday during the period be.
hand and seal
u,., mV Flurlun bend, and this official October.eal 21, STATE AND NOTICE OF FLOBIDA TO APPEAR to: Effle Cedar You Grove are required New Jersey.to appear on ::4.tarke., my Florida, this October SO :e City has won only one A combined rholn of the' Baptist tween Thanksgiving 'and Christ'mas ,I

I. Pearson Wlngate whose residences November 21, 1847 In the above 1(OFFICIAL SHAL) A, 3. Thomas this season and has lost and Methodist Churches will and remain open all day for

,L SEAL) A. J. Thomas : 19 Bummer Street New London, named Court and cause wherein As Clerk of said Court. but the Columbia County bring selections. t h ro u g h the the benefit of holiday shoppers.
said Court. plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration
lrll",,11,,f C Conner, D. C. You are required to appear on of maiden name. Bradford By Robert Lucille II. Duncan C. Conner 104 1>Lynch. C. BullilInir itvo been up against some service. and, the public Is. Invited This la being done in connectionwith

I Pearl. 2IS Graham Bid., November 24, 1947 In the above.. County Telegraph shall publish this Jacksonville Florida ""til opponents, including : to Join In the \\'orshlp.giving a "Trade at Home" Campaign
rvllb' Florida. named Court ami cnuie wh reln Order In next four weekly I........
r P 10-14 4t 11-14 plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Witness my hand and official Atty. for Plf. 10-31 4t 111 t (Jacksonville), Gainesville thanks fur Mennlng ilur- which will be sponsored by i,

this County Telegraph Khali publish. seal. at Starke Florida this October Issee, Daytona Beach and In the past yi>at of life. tho Chamber of Commerce in an
(cl'( fOlHT. OR.n..ORDTr. Order In next tour weekly Issues 28. 1D47 IN CIBCflT COURT. BRtDFOHD
FLORIDA' IV CHA.V-! (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas C-OI'MTY. FLOHIUAl. l\ (1I.IN-: They are still favoredhe attempt to convince buyers that
Witness my hand and official seal A. Clerk of said Court. .
( .:IIY.I' Tornadoes. they can choice
Vise Miller, Plaintiff vs. it Starke, Florida, this October 22, By Lucille C. Conner. D. C. Dorothy hodges. Plaintiff vs. James Football Films merchandise -
UuTMiller, Defendant. Case 1947. T. Frank Landrum Starke Fla. I' Hodges, Defendant (.A.... No. 6081. rke outplayed Trenton In in Starke Just aa'"cheap .
A.([OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomai Atty. for Plf. 10-24 4t 11-14 I ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND division last Friday night Will Be Shown or cheaper than in the nearby
OF pUETjICATION Clerk of said Court.
TO APPEAR 3y Lucille C. Conner D. C. 17 first downs to 7 for cities Newcomb stated' A' huge
!1) NOTICE( IN: rinrriT COURT. BRADFORD STATE] OF FLORIDA to: James t At Legion MeetingAt.'ha ,
c OK FLORIDA' to: Althur J. C.. Durrance 209 Law Exchange CO STY FLOHlUAl. IN: (;....."\- Ilodves whose residence Is un- ..isltors and holding the "Trade at Home" banner' will be
and Bid
Jacksonville Florida.
Mlfr., whose known.
I.: 415 Hay. Street % Sarah Atty. for Plf. 10-34 ft 11-14 C"JRY.Linton Johnson Plaintiff vs. Msry I appear on coreles until the las regular 'meeting to be placed across Call Street and ''I
Del.b.-r: : : t9".h"0\
'. High Point, N. C. O. Johnson, Defendant. Case No. above named :nlnutes of the game. other measures taken to Impressthis
lire' required to appear on IN cinci'iT (roritT nM .r Foiin 6052. Court and cause wherein plaintiff held Tuesday Nov. 23: the American
I" above COI'NTY.' "'FLOIIIUtl CIIAN! .first Tornado touchdownored idea on the public.
8, 1947 in the ORDER OF PUBLICATION seeks. divorce. Bradford County Legion will how a movie of
1 Court and cause wherein CK1IV.Cella AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Telegraph shall publlxh this OrderIn by Reddish on a linei The new president of the Chamher -
and -estorU Maxine Nickel Plaintiff I last season's football ;
Iff leeks divorce vs next four weekly Issues major games
nmld.'n name. Bradford James Nlckell, Defendant. Case No: Johnson STATS whose OF FLORIDA residence to: Mary Is* Sillledgevilie C.- Witness my hand and official sent the first quarter. The I Including Army-Navy Ga.-Ga. was elected at a meeting of ,I

[i Tili-itraph n.xt four shall weekly publish Issues.this eoco.ORDER OF Pt'BLICATlON Oeorglo.You State. Hospital Milledcevllle at 1947.tarke. Florida this October 19. 'as set up by a pass fromto Tech Notre Dame-Army and directors held last Friday. L. A..

lu, my hAnd and official seal AND NOT1PB TO APPEAR are required to appear on (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Phillips, and the extra others. Canova was elected Vice president
tk ce Florida, this October 31, STATE OF FLOIIIDA to James November 24, 1947 In the abovenamed As Clerk of said Court. was made also on a pass and Jos. 13. Wilson was reelected !
Nickell. resldenre Isden
Conner D. C. Also there will be
Court and wherein a movie en- '
"ML SEAL) A. 3. Thomas eral Delivery % Mr. Linda Nickel plaintiff seeks divorce cause Bradford ..ic.I H,IDf.irl Gainesville. Fla. duo treasurer.On .
Vk if .uld Court Spades, Indiana. for Plf. 10-31 11-81 titled "Baseball Roundup" whichIs
County Telegraph shall publish this Atty (e'8 second touchdown Monday Mr Newcoml, together .
D. C. You are required to appear on camethird
Conner 22
liI C. Order In next four weeklv issues.Witness minutes long. In addition!
Law Exchange November 19, 1947 In the above with Lucian Conner secretary
Harricon quarter on a
my hand and official pans I
to this there will be
shown various
named Court and wherein
,. Jacksonville Florida. cause seal at Starke, Florida, this October vfcRae of the organisation: and It
to Phillips. ,
.r Plr 11.1 oft 11-28 plaintiff' seeks divorce. Bradford 18, 1941. STATEMENT< OF T II F} OWNKRMlll combat films.
Superintendent shall also be required (OFFICIAL SEAL! ) A. J. ThomasAs ', MANA41H1IICN. (IIIC1 1.1.'- item's touchdown came In George/ Kopelouaoa, local, restau- l
to furnish an automobile to Clerk of said Court. 'IIO'V.' K'lT.. II RIP I'III V.I) Hf 'lii illAlT This will be an "open houl'le"meellnllt' I'ant : made '
rOI'RT. lilt ADFORDTr proprietor a trip to
unIT County Telegraph! shall publish this OF CONGRESS: OK AlGl'SF: it three minutes of the
By Lucille C. Conner. D. C.
\ FIiltIlAi IN tILtS-! Order In next four weekly Issues, 11... 1913. and all veterans families the tourist Information center on ,
R. R. Williams Florida Theatr. vhcn the visitors took the
Y. Witness my hand and official seal Building Fla" OF BRADBORD COUNTY TELE- and friends are Invited. U. S. 17
Jacksonville the state Una northof
't. Plaintiff vs.'a near
Crapse, ,
Florida this October 17, ORAPH published weekly at er on the TVtrnado 2 -yard
::4.r.t..rke. Atty. for PIt. 10-24 4t 11-14
{ Powers Crape, Defendant Starkn. Fla., for October 1st, 1947. Commander Albert I* Cronby Yulee. They brought to the :it

F.O B'PER 6102 OF PtTF'LrCATION (OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. 3. ThomasAs iv: cinrriT COZiEr BRADFORD STATE: OF FLORIDA ".. ce will bo In Jr., urges all members and friendsof attention of the personnel there' :..

*n NOTICE TO APPEARTE H. O. Brown, Stark Fla. roi'VTY. .. ..ORII'\' IV: CIIAN- COUNTY OF BRADFORD handicapped the Legion and their familiesto that Stark Is adequately equIp-
or FLORIDA to: Kath- Atty. for Plf. 10-24 4t 11-14 CKHV.Gordon Before me, a Clerk of the Circuit le with Lake City tonight
reelland attend and !! all ped with restaurants and
especially good
beers Crapse whose Miller Sullivan Plaintiff vs. Court In and for the Stats and members -
nililress, last. known Is 1:11: Cinri'IT COIIIT BRADFORDFLOItlUAl Kessle Jeanette Sullivan Defendant. county aforesaid. personally appeared possibility McRae Ray who have not yet paid their hotels and requested that more I
lb Street, Naval Base, South Case No. 8073.ORDER right and Shull will all be
If ( OITNTY. IN CHADewey %- PUBLICATION E. L. Matthews who having dues. Crosby emphasized that tourists be routed through here In
OF been
CR141' duly sworn according to law.
to because of illness
ro.are play
I required to appear on L. Bass' Plaintiff vs. Edna AND NOTICE TO APPEAR deposes and says that he Is the I only urgent business will I the future. The people at she
>*r Ith, 1947 In the above M. Bass, Defendant. Case No. 8088. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Bessie owner of the Pradford County Tele Urles.i bel'
and whereinsji'f handled at the meeting, since I Information center. were very cordial -
Court cause ORDER OF PUBLICATION Jeanette Sullivan whose residence graph and that. the following Is, to -
i.eks divorce. Bradford AND NOTICE TO APPEAR la unknown. the best of his knowledge and belief i Geiger announces that atilt will be primarily' a social arathe,.- '[ Newcomb report*, and he
r ;Telegraph shall publish this STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. You are required to appear on a true statement. of the own- be played here Thanks !
Refreshments will be served believes that
Issues. Ing. the effect of their
In, next four weekly Edna M. Face! whose residence and December t, 1947. In the above nam- ership management etc, of the ,
out my hand and official seal'ki. address Is 65 Clopton St., Richmond ed Court and cause wherein plaintiff aforesaid publication for the date Sight with an unannounced to those present. I trip will be felt here In the future.
Florida this Bth of No- Virginia or Rout 2, dretna, Vlr- seeks divorce. Bradford County shown In the above caption required ,to
p. 1947. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn by the> Act of August 14.
8EAL A. 3. Thomas .Inla. tour Issue. I lay night the BHS B squad
"ML You are required to appear on next weekly 191) embodied In section 441 Postal
rk of said Court November 21st 1847 In the above Witness my hand and official seal Laws and Regulations, printed on p Lake City B squad aId
Hli C. Conner D. C.Henderson. and wherein at Starke, Florida this October n. reverse of this form to-wit: '
named Court cause 1
Esq.: .St. Augu.II .- Park and was defeated .PcEsJROM Ol)1.PAST) <
plaintiff seeks' divorce. Bradford 1947. 1. That the names and addresses ; .-; :
County Telegraph shall publish this (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, of.the publisher editor mansgrlns A. retumr 'game ,will -'be
for Pit. 11-7 4t 11-2S An Clerk of said Court.
Order In next four weekly Issues editor, and business managers are!
Witness mv hand and official seal Bv Lucille C. Conner I). C. Publisher, B. L. Matthews, Starke, in .Lake'.. City Tuesday, .
BniT COI'RT. BRADFOBD Rivers A Anderson Gr. e n Coveeffef. ., *'Iv 'aa'
at Starke Florida this October Oasis house any'city :
err FLORIDA IN CHAN- I Springs Fla.Editor f F -1 'Ounplie4 .,, Buddy. might b# 1_
C' 22nd. 1947.COFFICIAL. 10-31 4t 11-21 B. L. Matthews, Starke p. "
Altys. proud.
SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs Fla. 'YEAftS Ad
John Jf 60 ()
Murray Plaintiff vs. :.
f', Defendant. Cnss No. 6065. By Clerk Lucille of C.said Conner Court., D. C. Stark.Managing, Fla."; Editor B. L. Matthews. rians HearGovernor (From the Nov 12 1887 Issue of flays thet'VdUoV. f "TomWrOwIs
\ NOTICE TO APPEAR T. Frank Landrum Starke 4t Fla.11-14 it: CIRClET cor'iiT. BRADFORD' Business Manager, B. L. Mat ; The Starke Telegraph). Armistice Day. \We have now
John Atty. for Plf. rot'NTY.'! FLOItlDAI. IN CHA'V-! almost recovered 'normalcy' and
rE OP FLORIDA to: Mr. thews Stark, Fla. Mayor T. A. Knight annourfce*
V. whose residence and ad- -- (:. "-llY. 5. That the owner Is: B. L. Mat-
the outlook
I q' IAI2 Front Street Oeorge- IV: CIHCl'IT COURT BIIAUFOIIDOOI" Mary K. Ru... Plaintiff V.. J. n. thews. Starke. Fla. Cameron Harmon. retired a city election to be held, Dec for better times la
South Carolina. |required to appear on No- CEll?. ORDER OF PUBLICATION mortgages .nd'other. security "
I81 1947. In the above namTipt Roy John Armour Plaintiff. vs I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR holders owning or holding" 1 per Governor of Rotary In- J. G. Alvarez (for re-election) and peace tor our blessings.
and wherein plaln- Evrtha Armour Defen- STATE OF FLORIDA to: .1. R. cent or more of total amount of
cause Margaret mal In Southern Illinois. Prof. O. P. Young. E. E. Wills, Baldwin defeats Starke 13-10 at
Russ Jr., whose residence Is: North
divorce. Bradford CountV dant. Case No. 6003 bonds mortgages, wr other securities
"h. : shall publish this Order ORDER OF PUBLICATION I Main Htreet, Washington North are: .t the Starke Rotary Club Qno. Adams B. E. Alvarez. and basketball. Among those. playing

.four weekly Issues.T AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Carolina.You to None. day on the amazing pos B. D. Wall are all running for for B.H.S.. were Charley Johns, I
are required appear on
i mv hand. and official seal STATE OF FLORIDA to: Margaret 4. That the two
paragraphs sbove
.,e Florida this October M Bertha Armour who.e last known November 14, 1947. In the above giving ths names. of" the owners, I of the organization I It Marshal. Bob Demorent and Maurice Ed
residence and address I. 46 MiddleSt. named Court and cause wherein stockholders and security holders. wards. In the the
nember functioned to the meanwhile
''.U. !SEAL) A. 3. Thomas ., South Boston Massachusetts.Tou plaintiff. seeks divorce and restoration If any contain. not only the list of City News,
f-rt nf said Court. are required to appear on of maiden. name. Bradford stockholders and security holdersas |Jot his ability, both In ate Mr J. C.' Clark has ordered an B.H.S. Honor Roll for the second

link ff\ttr" \ C'. Conner. D. C. November 24th 1947 In the above Order County In Telegraph next four shall weeklv publish Issues this they appear upon the books of and In cooperation with electric light machine for lighting month Includes: Ben Sternberff,
and wherein
T.sndrum. StRrke, named Court cause the
|;'for Plf 10-24 4'fI 11-14 plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Witness my hand and official seal where company the stockholder but also or In security case objectives. his store and handsome residence.Mr. Julian Peek Jr., 'Evelyn Stump;
County Telegraph shall publish this at Htarke, Florida this October 22, holder the book. of Etholln White Elmo
1047. appears upon tpressed it aa his hope and Robt. HIlliard spent last Struth Hazel'Adkln.
In next four weekly Issues.
'liOTICFJ Order Witness my hand and official seal (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. ThomasAs other the company fiduciary a.relation trustee,. or the In name any that eventually through Sunday In Stinks He looked extremely : ., George Inrnan. Clara
FLWHOM IT MAT CONCERN: at Starke, Florlda. thls 22nd of Oc- Clerk of said Court of the person or cooperation for Louise Peek and Theodore
In- .
ganlxatlons a. Rotary Toung.J
I C.
PI to certify that I have filed toher 1941.OFFICIAL. Bv Luollle Conner D. C. whom such trusts Is aotln,.. Is elated and Important. III
[' nol Accounting as Admlnls"f ( SEAL) A. 3. Thomas Charles. R.. Hess Jacksonville., 104-05 GuarantyLife Fla.. given) also that the said two paragraphs nal and others-of Its kind was another boy and weighed 10 W. Andrews set something
the Estate of Mary O. As Clerk of said Court. Bids contain statements embrao- of a local record
Plf. 110-S4 4t 11-14 Ibs.
,'r'uht. deceased, and will on By Lucille C. Conner D. C. Atty. Ing affiant's full knowledge and belief

'r''lo I th dny of November 1947. John :T. Henderson E.q., St. Augustine as to the circumstances and >e fostered<< throughout the The "We Wonder" colum "If he sold 24 Fords In 90 day. Dr.. I
the Conntv Sedge of Brad- P'la. conditions under which .stockholders 'that would make future Parks got one of the new models.
onntv Florida for my Final Aty.for"Plf. 18-24 4t 11-14 ers. security holders who do not the town la not much better since
["ft as Administrator of said IV CIRCUIT .COIIRT. BRADFORD appear upon the books of the company opoavlble. This could blished < as did R. S. Powell r. C. Holllngsworth .
(rottNTY FLOItlDAI t\: C1IANWlllle Madison Ave., was graded "If
iv: cinrriT COI'UT, Bni>FOiin 'ERY. as trustees hold stock and '' If every member of Harold C. Wall E. M.
It IIUN. D. Administrator Walnwrlght., COUNTY FI.OHIUAI IN: tHAMRo : Luella Theus, Plaintiff ... thst securities of a bona In a fide cspaclty owner other: and than this and similar organization I something can be done to cause Davis, F. ,I*' Turner, and Junlus)
( Abe Theus, Defendant. Case No. any excitement In town If
bertVC. affiant .bas no reason. to believe M. Smith.
left IT roi'RT. BRADFORD Inge. Plaintiff v.' Helen OS5ORDER that any other person, association. .see the possibilities and the Telegraph Is not the best dollar -
r. Defendant Case No 6075.ORDER In achtev And while on the of
FLORIDA IN CHAM- loge OP PUBLICATION AND NOTICE TO APPEAR or corporation has any Interest di.reel a united<< front paper In the State." subject
Orvin Dlseker AND NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE] OF FLORIDA to: Abe or Indirect In the said stock, desired goals automobiles Sheriff Epperson
Plaintiff vs bondS, OP other securities than At the Starke Literary Society
; A Olseker, Defendant. Case STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs.. Theus. whose residence Is unknown.You stated by him. asso lm.rOn who has a 21-year: warn that children under 18
Helen Inge! whose residence and address are required to appear on meeting this week: Resolved '
''RoER OF PUBLICATION Is: J5-M A 9th Street Jackson November 24, 1947 In the above 6 That the average number of of. perfect attendance at( cannot drive unless accompanied
'tic NOTICE TO APPEAR Heights, Long Island, New Tork. named Court and cause, wherein copies of each Issue of this publication meetings now resides at that of Art are more pleasIng by the parents or owner of the
TB' OF FLORIDA to Robert You are required to appear on Plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford sold or distributed throughthe .to the eye than works of nature -
shall malls or otherwise, to subscribers' Farms. He mtroducUex car. Blame the state law
Telegraph thisOrdtir paid
'ileker whose residence las November 26. 1947. In the above County publish was affirma says
!: decided in the
was "
wherein In next four weekly Issues. during the twelve months ,
. :' I o. Mrs.V.. B. MontiomMlrforest. named Court and cause Bobbins, chairman of the Sheriff.
seeks divorce. Bradford Witness. mr hand and official seal preceding> the date shown above Is I tive.
are required. Spartanburs to appear! s. C.on County plaintiff Telegraph shall publish this ..t Starke, Florida this October II, 1.180. indance Committee.new al The City Council Is considering

?b or 24th, 1947 In the ,above Order In next four weekly l.sues. H. L. MATTHEWS. members Ralph B. Advertisement Wanted, the purchase of a new fire truck
"I court and wherein Witness my hand and official seal. (OFFICIAL 8STAL) A. 3. Thomas I Sworn to and subscribed before good, smart boy between 14 and
I!''f weks divorce cause, custody and .at Starke Florida this October 2s, A. Clerk of said Court. me this 1st day of October 147. i i- manager of the State -complete price 93.1SO. The
nf child. Bradford County 1947. Zach H. Douglas Gainesville, Fla. (SEAL) A..J. THOMAS. -Market, and Herbert 18 years old who would Ilk. to Telegraph notes that "Tourists

"Ph shall publish this Order (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas, Atty. for PIt 10-24 4t 11-14 I Clerk of Circuit Court. upenrtaor of the Finn learn the printer's trade la want..d are beginning to pass through on

at thla office. Must be able
Administration' were wel- annual pilgrimage to the
to read "
readily. south.
ito the club. .

J5 YEARS AGO Kdltorlallt seems that the

..;._.... ......, s.a.e, .. ...., UIVU V"'W (from the Nov. 10. 1922 Issue) mole crickets are accomplishing

s's salary. IUrsupel'VUllnC Tel raph'"'thai*under c date of No-' active: life j; Baker County and;; suddenly In Shadycrest Hospital Sponsors I The dedication of the new what pie-faced city ordinances,

Fork In the city. vember 8. Mr. Hartman.1 wrote I had served as a member of the Tuesday afternoon after being In Square Dances Woman's Club was a "pleasing severe, looking policemen and

tlt'l> letter stated that these Mr. Knight: as follow: Baker County School, Board. He falling health 'for, the past two affair Master of ceremonieswas sarcastic Telegraph scribble

"its were made: In addition "Receive your letter stating I was also a farmer and a member years. Old-time *square dances are being Mayor Comer I* Peek who could not do-run cows out of

xniar of by the tax of the New Congregational: Methodist He was born In South Carolinaon held at the American Legion said "W. are proud of our women town. The crickets are eating up
compensation had been employed
Jws.ro Church. He was one of the Dec. 22, 1891 and had lived In Hall every Friday night under we are proud of our club the grass."
councll- to bring a taxpayer's -
M a City
payer's group
anti first settlers In the Sapp community Starke for the pest seven years. the sponsorship of Post 431D\
feet charged
: -
that "Tou are suit to the Illegal
whereby the community He was a retired section for.m.n..nd VF.W. The public 'Is Invited to
p not1'fled not ,t> pay any by W. M Edwards to the City attend.It City Now Boasts Telegraph] To Issue
*"" not acquIred its name. had spent some of his' timeIn

T compensation of Stsrke. Mr. Knight count I era me out Mr. Sapp la survived by five recent years In farming at his Is announced that the dances Nice New Dog House Early Next Week

'"call Your attention to the Iinteroe.ud. so pleaie daughters. Mrs. Lura Wslnwrlght. home west. of town. He was a will be held every Friday night If

"' the ordinances, provld- on this." Lake Butler; Mrs. Flora Proctor lifelong" member of the Baptist the public shows enough Interest' Starke now has a "dog house" Because of t h Thanksgiving I

1r thin compensation were Lake ctty: Mrs. Annie Rosier Church. and would like to have them con- -and Its not for city officials!IA holiday next Thursday the Tele-

''S"d l In accordance with rr- New Recruits AddedTo Lawtey: Mr. Ollle Grlffls. Baldwin Survivors Include his wife Mrs. tinued. :Music Is furnished' by a 12-foot-sqaure wooden buildIng graph will\ be published on Wed

tn"'t, of the Charter of the GuardRecent I : and Ruby Wainwright Ral- Lollle Elliot\ ; two daughter. Mrs. popular string band from Lake nesday.
Gf> National was moved from Camp Bianding -
Stirke. and further that ford; two sons. J. S. Sapp. Law- Adolph Osy of Btarke.! and M.... City. It will be necessary for all

Barter prohibit any In- enlistments In the local tey and W. D- SapPGlen\ St. Ben Cook: two brothers John "If you would like to have these last week and placed on a church notices correspondence

of *">mfy rt4atloi If coun- Guard Company are: Marys. Fifty grandchildren 89 Elliott and J. B. Elliott: ; and two dances continued every week come concrete base near the cow pound etc. to be In our office not later

dur.ngtheir: terms of of- National sad six great Mr Gerock and out tonight and let u* know" a located than
BurrUfh", Seeber I>. great grandchildren sister Mary west of the football fUU Tuesday morning In order to

the Gainesville attorney ad- r..ood..nan.Vllwrt! J. CliffOrd| M Oottberjr. great grandchildren. JotI''. Kate Seally. spokesman for the V.F.W, saM. In It will be Impounded all the be Included In .that issue.

Funeral arrangements are under Funeral services were held Wednesday '
Lnn.l.. Leroy Tomlinson stray dogs in the '
E. gathered by city
t1|, letter regarding the Mirtm Monroe the direction of Wilson Funersl afternoon at 3 o'clock at Singing Convention Patten Moves
Hardy. Jam* : In Its Office
Charles to the
campaign "clear
\'ir fee refund ,he stated: Fred Reddish Home Lake City. the graveside In Crosby Lake

t (fmy fOP Mr. Fntch I no- Douglas Silcox.Marcus Jr. Ivy Earl Cemetery with Rev. W. E. Hall The Bradford County Singing streets" which began this' week. O. 1. Patten local attorney baa

"Ii 1 that the alleged ordinance Walter and Marcus wa"Fnurteen '. Leila's Not Sold officiating. Burial was In the Convention will meet Sunday afternoon Police Chief W E. Thornton moved his law offices from Ms

lhl<:h this exsctlon was Knight were addedto family lot with DeWitt C. JonesIn at 2 o'clock In the Pine aid that all stray dogs includIng former location upstair over the

I 1. heyond your authority new men during the re- Mrs W. B. Mundy announced charge of arrangement Level Baptist' Church. Out of those with licenses, will be Tip Top Grocery to the Brown

P CIty has no authority to the company ended on yesterday that contrary to a general Pallbearers were L. D. Green town singers will be present andMarcus picked up and Impounded for building, Just south of the post

1 a candidate under its rn.itlnz drive which el1l1J1t.t d-m.n report. she hall not sold her Carl Goodman Seeber Goodman Conner president,.invltas three days. If the dogs remain office on Walnut Street. Until ,1

"*. and also that the ordn-! Nov. 16. Prl'Sent I. .,. business. Leila's Dress Shop, and Ellis Thornton. R. C. Buford and everyone who Is Interested' In unclaimed In that time they will recently this 'office was) occupied

vat not enacted In compll- .- .thof th. strength company:>> I* 6?. continue there u owner-manager. Ben r. HalL good gospel singing. be exterminated. i by White Survey' '

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tih; oogh much more construction IK In prOICI('''" here ate

tan. completed pate: tho .three picture below show some that line relian'Imnne BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 1

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Deeds Recorded In Slayer Fatal Given ShootingOf Life Tornadoes To End Thanksgiving Baptist Church ServiceAt Merchants Favor

Total $50,000In Shafkin Partner Season HereThanksgiving Thanksgiving The annual Service I community wiU beheld All Day Thursday ,

Raymond J. Memara, 32, formerly ..
T h
u iwduy morning Not'mb4l"
of Lawrence. Mass., was 17, at 10:30 o'clock In-
Two MonthsContinued sentenced to life Imprisonment in Day the> First' ." Baptist Cliurrh.Thei During December
Miami last week upon his plea ot .
Mill be
message brought
guilty in the fatal shooting of
activity in realm of David Goldsmith during an attempted Encouraged bv a 13-6 win by Rev. L. D. Halnen pastor. of a. 8. Newcomb. newly elected I

Bradford County real estate was robbery' of the Miami over the Trenton Tigers at Bradford the church and Mill bo In keepIng president of the Starke Chamber

reflected In deeds recorded In the Beach store where Goldsmith Park last Friday night the with lilt monthly topic, of Commerce stated yesterday
new A & P store, built and leaned to the cora- office of Clerk of the Court here Jewelry of Lout BUS Tornadoes will journey to "November News from the New that a hasty survey Indicates that

rGreen- The building Is located at the corner of Calldent during October and November totaling Shafkin.was formerly a partner of Starke.: Lake City tonight to meet ,an oft Testament". The ThanksgivingDay ; a majority of local business houses t

Street t close to 50000.: Shafkin who operated a jewelryand defeated but still favored Colum map will bo "MfwHlah plan to forego the usual Thursday ,

Largest single transfer was a military supply store here bla High team. Give Thank. half-holiday during the period between 'I

farm property of 235 acres from during the' Camp Blanding era Lake City has won only one A combined C'holl\.f the.. Baptist Thanksgiving 'and Christ I
game this season and has lost and Methodist Churches will mss and remain
R. M. Fancher to Joseph and was wounded In the shooting open all day for
Mary Erd with a consideration of but recovered. Also seriously seven ,but the Columbia County; bring selection t h ro u g h the the benefit of holiday hopper
$6,500. This Is the former D>*. wounded wa Mrs. Cell lads have been up against some service, and., the public III Invited 1 This Is being done in connection 1

Parks place about two \miles westof Blum another resident of powerful opponents, Including to Join In the. >\omhlp, with a "Trade at Home" campaign I
TI town on Highway 100. Starke. former Landon (Jacksonville), Gainesville giving thanks for blessings ilur- I which will be sponsored by ''I

Other transactions of importance Tallahassee Daytona Beach, antS In the pant )\"IU'of life. the Chamber of Commerce In an r

included: Bolles. They are still favored attempt to convince buyer that '

House and'lot on West Call St. Dr. Johns Discusses over the Tornadoes. Football Films they can purchase choice merchandise -

from Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frledler New School Law Starke outplayed Trenton in Will Be Shown in Starke Just a* cheap 1 ,,
of Miami to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. every division last Friday night, or cheaper than In the nearby I'
Pooser of Starke, $3800. This is At PTA Dinner making 17 first downs to T for ,At Legion Meeting cities, ,Newcomb tatd. X huge ,
the visitors. and holding. the I "Trade at'Home" HAnn**' twill. two
i the former H. C. Rltch home. Scoring 1 the second ..ucc.lllltulevent I Tigers scoreless until the las At''It* regular meeting to be placed aCrOUin Call, Street; : and; .h i 1
House and two lots Temple ,,1047-48 calendar of .
on on Its
I three minutes of the other measures taken Impress I
game to \
held Tuesday.. Nov. 35 the American
Ave. and -
11th St. from Mr. and events the_Bradford County Par The first Tornado touchdown this Idea on the public. .
Mrs. Resale Thomas to Mr. and Legion will show a movie of
ent-Teacher Association ,ente pre was scored by Reddish on a line last season's The new president of the Chamber -
Mrs. W. O. Halle. S2100. Dr. R. L. Johns Professor of Education major football games ;
In the
play first quarter. The Including was elected at a meeting of :
Army-Navy Qa.-Ga.
Forty-acre tract (the old T. M. at the University of FlorIda play was set up by a pass from Tech Notre, Dame director held last Friday. L. A.

Lau"on' building. pictured above add greatly to the at- Williams place_northwest of a* the highlight' of a Citizenship McRae to Phillips, and the extra other.: -Army, and Canova was elected vice president .

n...s of. the ever-growing business distort In the northern Starke) from Mr. and Mr*. Chas Meeting and Dinner held In point was made also on a pass and :Jo*. I:. Wilson waa reelected I
I loan along Washington Street. Housed In the building are G. Blount of Duval County to the usa building Wednesday nightat by this duo.Starke'a Also, there will be a movie entitled treasurer. ,

and Gaston Lalanne of Starke 1500. 7 o'clock. second touchdown came "Baseball Roundup" which On Monday Mr Newcomb together .
ry, a market, a beauty parlor. la 22 minute *
More than hundred membersand IongIn
House and lot In Temple' Addition a
In the third with Luclan Conner.
quarter on a pass secretary
friends of the PTA from all this,' there will be shown various
I from Mr. and Mr Ovid of
from McRae to Phillips. the organization. and Ii
." I Thomas to Mr. and Mrs.' lIeni'y10rlffls. section 'of the county gathered in combat films ) 1 1I
Trenton's touchdown came'' In I George Kopelouso*, local,, restaurant -- i
the USO lounge which was beautifully This will be an house"meeting
1100. "open to.'k
: proprietor, made a ''
the last three minute of the trip >>
.'; ; '. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews and decorated with white and game when the visitors took the and all veterans, familiesand 1 tho tourist information'center on I

.Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd Lot 3, yellow chrysanthemums. Red and ball over on the "Virnado 25-yard friends are Invited. U. B. 17 near the state line northof

7 .. '. Block C. Plnehurst Subdivision l green candles in silver candelabra line. Commander Albert! L. Crosby, Yulee. They brought to' the t d.;
I ., I. to Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Warren : added a holiday' note to the table Jr., urgea all members and friends attention of the personnel there ,
Starke will bo handicapped In :It
h $400. I arrangements. of the. Legion and their familiesto that Starke la adequately equipped II
I)r. Johns an outstanding authority Its game with Lake City tonightby
I attend and especially all member with good restaurants and
; Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp to the possibility that McRae. ,
school Ray,
a ../". ., Mr.,,and Mj-s. J. C. Sapp 15 acre on the new'the strews thatIs Wainwright and Shull will all be who have not yet paid their hotel, and requested that more ,J' I,
.,' tract'near Hellbronn $1500 law emphasized dues., Crosby emphasized that tourist be routed through here In w
unable to play because of illness
,. Mr.",and Mrs. L. A. Davis to how being placed on higher only urgent business will the future. The people at the K
f 6 ; Mr., mid Mrs. C. D., Brown Lot qualifications for everyone con- ,and injuries handled at the meeting since bel)I Information center were ,very cordial : '

ifof 8, Block E4, Plnehurst Subdivision nected with the school system Coach Geiger announce that a. will be primarily: a social gather*j ,' Newcomb reports, and he i, ir.
not only for teacher, but also for game will be played here Thanksgiving Ing.: Refreshment will be served!believe ,
.,'... ,.. ,... $500. \. that the effect of''. theirtrip .
? and
board trustees, night with unannounced
: an |
to .
p present. will be felt here In ,
; ....Mr. and Mr*, L.t A. Davis to county superintendent He stated opponent.

':Mr. and Mrs. 'Joe.,, B. Wilson."Lot that the ultimate'' goal, althoughnot Tuesday night the BUS B squad

4, Block E, PlnofcurA Subdivision, provided,for In the present met the Lake City B squad at
>-, ..:."........-.,. $..OO"i ', i ...:: law;' Is to have qualified) *uperIntemlent Bradford Parl< and 'was defeated .PiFgQl1' O :pASTdl:
>" .... ......m.._.. '. L' Mr. an4 MrTw.jA: essent to *'appMYTte/ five- 190.' ,A. return'game will -be .

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east of Starke on new Standing being elected as I la now, the case night. -. :""t'IRotarians* j.C>*npllei|*Hr Buddy Davie house 'a* any' City might: be .
highway $1000. This would result In better qualified ': proud." I
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis N. Smithof men and would help to take jf, 80'YZUtS'Adn= d di.
the attractive new home recently completed heroic the Starke to Mr. and Mrs.. JohnO. the school system out of politics. Hear (From the Nov., 12. 1887."Issue of Say the?cdltdV; <::.r "Tomorrow
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dared above I owned and occupied by, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. IIol- Graham, also of Starke, 10 Dr. Johns stated.Preceding Past Governor ? :The Starke Telegraph).. Armistice Day. \tWa have now I
ash! It IN located on Went Madison St. acres north of Starke $2300. the main address Mayor T.. A. Knight announces' almost recovered 'normalcy and

Mr. and Mrs: John J. Owenbyof Mrs. Junlu M. Smith presidentof Dr. Cameron Harmon, retired a city election to be held Dec. the outlook for better time Is .

I Bradford County to Johnny D. the PTA welcomed those attending Methodist minister and a put 17. Candidates for Alderman are bright. Let us thank the God of

Demands City Refund Fee Crew of New River, 100-acre the dinner and introducedA. District Governor of Rotary International -' :J. O. Alvarez (for re-election) and peace for our blessing"

tract near New River, $3700. J. Thomas, chairman of CitUen In Southern Illinois. Prof. O. P. Young E. K. Wills Baldwin defeat Starke 13-10 at I

lorney Mr. and Mra. .J. M. Gagliardi ship. After a few brief remarks. spoke at the Starke Rotary Club 1 Gao. Adams, B. K.- Alvarez, andE basketball Among those playing .

Futch Also Recover of Santa Clara, Calif., to Mr. Mr. Thoma'Introduced Ch... S. Wednesday on the amazing possibilities D.; Wall are all running for fof B.H.3.. were Charley John. ''r. I
; and Mrs. J. K. Douglas of Brooker Partln.. principal of BUS who In of the organization If Marshal. Bob, Demoreat and Maurice Ed-

', 80 acre near Brooker, $120O.. turn Introduced Dr. John every member functioned to the City' N..WIIl wards. In the meanwhile then !

nl I is that the City 'of Starke Mr. and Mrs. R. A., Nettle to] Mr. W. R. Morse was genera utmost of his. ability both In attendance Mr J. C.' Clark has ordered, an .H,S. Honor Roll for the second

111,060 paid to Councilman and also that the amount of the'I I Mr. and Mrs. H. I* Jeffer of chairman of arrangement!' !' .for" the and In cooperation with electric light machine, for lightinghis month Include: Ben Bternberg.

Edwards as chairman of .xactionIs unreasonable and bears'I Dartonsvllle, 111.; 10 acre farm dinner.Builders'. Rotary objective store and handsome residence.Mr. Julian Peek Jr., 'Evelyn Stump',

et. Committee over a 12- no relation to the expenses ofl i,. (old Prescott place) on Highway He expressed it a* his hope and Robt. Hltllard spent last Ktholln White Elmo Btruth. Hazel'i II i

I period from October 1946 holding the election. I sincerely I 16 east of Starke $1800. Supplies belief that eventually through Sunday In Starke. He looked extremely Adklns, George Inman Clara
I1)) September 1947 was made believe that will only save i J. R. Colley to Mr. and Mr. such organisations a* Rotary International elated and Important. It Louisa Peek and Theodora Toung.J I

:"ttrl received by the City yourselves the you expense of losinga Claude H. Barton lot at Broad To Be Handled and other'of Its kind, was another boy and weighed 10 W. Andrew set somethingof (;,
I from and Pratt Streets, $400. a united spirit of brotherhood Ibs. 1 a local record recently when,
f Hollls V. Knight of law suit by making this rei'und. Carl JohnsThat
':'Ho unJcr date NovemIether ." Mr. and Mr, Geo.. B. Flynn to I By might be fostered throughout the The "We Wonder" colum "If he sold 34 Ford In OO days Dr. II
pf Jr. house and that would make future Park of the
A. Z. Adklns two world got one new model,
a complete line of, bullden' the town I* not much better since
date of November ,
Thl could be a* did R. S.
lots on East 8th St., $3.000. wars Impossible. Powell. V. ,C."Hol-
supplies would be added to Madison Ave.. wa graded "If
letter of the same Its O. L. Pat.
accomplished If every member of llngsworth. Harold C.: Wall E. M.Davls .
: hilt store "when materials become something can be done to
[ r Knight demanded the the Council replied to Mr. cause
ten Funeral Rotary and similar organization F. L. Turners and Junlu
SundayFor .
ate available" was announced by Carl any excitement in town If !
return of $156: paid to Knight's letter in regard to could see the possibilities and M. Smith.
John this weeks The store is I located the Telegraph I* not the beat dollar
:7 t by C. A. Futch. defeat- Councilman Edwards. stating that John P. Sapp, present a united front In achieving And while on the subject of
|,date 1'' for Clerk a monies to Mr. Edwards on Washington Street near paper In the State.
City aa the paid the"deal red goals. automobile. Sheriff Enoeraon
Settler e t .
Pioneer the depot.In At the Starke Literary Societymeeting
Ing foe renderedthe
In the for services
September were
Dr. Cameron who has a 31-year warn that children: under. 18
|action. City and to which. ,be was for addition to home appliances record of attendance at this week Resolved, cannot drive unless I
Funeral services! John Paul perfect accompanied -
MnJohns I is handling that work
and feed. now of Art are more pleasIng -
fit's!> letter In regard to legally entitled. Sapp. 92, who died at his home lumber' roofing, paint. and Rotary meeting? now reside at to the eye than work of nature by the'' arenUl'or.. owner of the

"(man Edwards stated that In reply to the letter concerning near Lake City will be held Sun asbestos siding. He .stated that Penney Farm He was Introduced ,was decided In the affirmative. car. Blame the'state law, say." ,
mud was made "In behalf refund of the Futch qualifying day Nov. 23. at 11 A. M. at his intention .U ultimately to of. by Alex Robbins. chairman of ." the Sheriff.

A. Hartman. a taxpayer of fee the City through its attorney. Sapp Cemetery near Ralford the fer a complete line of building the Attendance Committee.Two + The City Council I U considering
"'% of Starke". The $1,050 stated:. "You are hereby notified Rev. Willie Crew officiating., materials Including trimming and new members, Ralph'B. Advertisement Wanted, a the purchase of a new fire truck

[includes three $'50 warrants that the City will not tccede to Mr. Sapp, a native of Georgia flooring. II Alvarez, manager of the State goad smart boy between 14 and complete price, 93,190. The
n& each In the' month Lcf your demand." *: ram to Florida and settled! In Farmer Market; and Herbert 16 'year old who would \like to Telegraph note that "TourUU
learn .
the Is
trade 1
r. November, and Decem- Although Knight'; letter regarding I Bradford County in ---)-). lie was Deal supervisor of the Farm printer' wanted are beginning to pas through. on I ;'
Iq'. and nine $100 warrantsor Councilman Ed'.vardst the first teacher In the public Rites WednesdayFor Home Administration were web at thla office. Must be able their annual pilgrimage to the

each month from Jan- stated that the demand was made I'!l schools in Baker County and wa.pOlltma.ter C. H. Elliott comed Into the club. to .read readily. south,' .

1947 through a at Sapp Station for X5 YEARS AGO Editorial "It
SeptemberTliey In behalf of A. A. Hartman. seem that the
were paid to :Mr. !;da. taxpayer. It was,.learned by the 23 years. H* spent' mot of his Charles Henry Elliott, 88: died VFW Sponsors ..(.From the Nov. 10. 1922. Issue) ; mole criCkets are accomplishing :
salary for supervising Telegraph that under date of November active life In Baker County and suddenly In Shadycrest Hospital I The dedication of the newWoman's what pie-faced city ordinance, "

York In the city. 8. Mr. Hartmaiu wrote had served a* a member of the Tuesday afternoon after being In Square Dances Club was a "pleasing severe looking policemen and I
School Board. He health 'for the affair" Master of ceremonies sarcastic .' i
M'lt's two
I letter stated that thee Mr. Knight a' follow: Baker County past Telegraph scribble
I farmer and a memberof Old-time square dance am being was Mayor Comer L. Peek who could not do
iU t were made in addition Receive letter stating I ,was also a year. run cow out of
inilar :your the taxpayer's ; the New Congregational :Methodist He wa born In South Carolinaon held at the American Legion said, "We are proud of our wom- town. The cricket: are eating up
JW rdll had been employed Church. He was one of the Dec. 22. 1891 and had lived In Hall every Friday- night under en, we are proud of our club the grass."
as a City Council- group to bring a taxpay Post
the community for the the sponsorship 4319
Starke seven
and. first settlers In Sapp past year
added that "Tou are the Illegal fee charged -
suit to
r er's whereby the community He was a retired section foreman V.F.W. ,The public I* invited to
oat' Now Boasts
fied not t-> pay any by W. M. Edward to the City attend.It City Telegraph To Issue
of timeIn
!Jrther not acquired its name. and had spent some his
tin) compensation. of Starke. Mr. Knight count I am me out Mr. Sapp I Is survived by five recent years in farming at his I I. announced that the dances Nice New Dog HouseStarke Early Next Week '
4s your attention to the Interested so please daughters Mrs. Lura Walnwrlght. home west of town. He was a'' will be held every Friday night If
'I' the ordinance provMtW on this." Lake Butler: Mrs. Flora Proctor lifelong" member of the Baptist the public show enough Interest now has a "dog house" Because of the Thanksgiving ''I

compensation Were I Lake City; Mrs. Annie Rosier Church. and would like to have them con -and Its not for city officials IA holiday next Thursday the Telegraph

"s"1'! In accordance with Teams New Recruits Added j Lawtey; Mr* Ollle Grlffl. Bald, Survivors Include his wife. Mr. tlnued. Music I... furnished by a 12-foot-q.aur wooden bulld- will be published on Wed :

of the Charter of the I win; and Ruby Walnwrlght. Ral. Lollle Elliot: two daughters Mrs. popular string band from Lake nesday.It .
at GuardRecent Ine-wa. moved from Elan-
Stirke. and further .that To I ford: two sons. J. S. Sapp. Adolph Gay of Starke. and Mn. City. will be necessary for all (
charter Inof LaW-I. I "If would like to have these ding last week and placed on al
prohibit any enlistments in the local tey and W. D. Sapp. Ben Cook: two brother John you church notices, correspondence
urng: tn'elr term of of- National Guard Company Seeoer u.. great grandchildren and *tx great sister M.... Mary Gerock and out tonight and let us know," a located west: of the football pound'i than Tuesday morning In order to
the Gainesville: attorney ad- Albert J.! Clifford )0[. Gottberg.Mirtln great grandchildren. J.fn. Kate Seally. spokesman for the V.F.W said. In It will be Impounded be Included In .that Issue
Ooodman Funeral arrangement are under Funeral services were held Wednesday !
L nd. Leroy Tomlinson, tray dog gathered In by the cityIn
she' letter the direction of Wilson Funeral afternoon at 3 o'clock at Convention
regarding Charles Hardy James :Monroe the Singing: Its campaign to "clear theetr..ts' Patten Moves Office ,
g fee refund he stated: FredWalter Rfdl.h Home Lake City. the graveside la Crosby Lake t
"rney. for Mr- patch I no- Douglas, Marcus Jr.. Ivy\ Earl Cemetery with Rev. W, E. Hall The Bradford. County Singing which began thla week. O. I*. Patten, local attorney ha
'!II that the alleged ordinance Silcox.Marcus Howard. Leila's Not Sold officiating. Burial wa In the Convention will meet Sunday aft' Police Chief W. E. Thornton moved Ma law office from his

nich this exaction wa* Knight and added family lot with DeWitt C. Jones ernoon at :2 o'clock In the Pine aid that all stray doge, IncludIng former location upstairs over the>

u beyond your authority. Fourteen new men were the re- Mrs. W. B. Mundy announced in charge of arrangement Level Baptist Church. Out of those with license, will be Tip Top Grocery to the Brown i '

City has no authority to to the company during ended on yesterday that contrary to a general Pallbearer\ were L. D. Green town singers wilt be present and picked up and Impounded for building, just south of the post
a candidate under Its emltln drive which enliatI'd-man report she ha not oM her Earl Goodman, Seeber Goodman. Marcus Conner president.Invites three day If the dog remain office on Walnut Street. Until

n.! and alio that the ord'.n-! Nov 16. Present Is 4J.: : business, Leila' Dress Shop and Ellis Thornton. R. C. Buford. and everyone who>> I I. Interested. Inj unclaimed In that time they will recently this office 'wa occupied i
"as strength nf the c-mpary Ben F. HalL good gospel singing. I be exterminated
not enacted In compll- strength 18 61. .continue there M owner-manager. by White Survey,
*IU> the Charter of the City. while authorized ter k t tr

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tides to collect. Mrs. Lee's''?' -
and children of Lake Butler spent 'family spent, SlIn
won the contest and received as'i ay

Bradford. County TelegraphESTABLISHED BrookerBy Polk.Sunday with Mr and Mrs Edd LawteyBy prize Refreshments a can of consisted peanut of brittle.hot!I'I aonvll Crews'e uncle as 'th anj, (jnii'Rt. ill 0//

1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNan-EDITOR Mm. Paul Stewart Mrs. T. W. Markey, Mrs. Wilson III.. Flitch chocolate, marshmallows, ,and Mrs. James Cuniiet"Mrs. kr
Green and Mrs Lottie Edwards cookies .
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and Entered aa Second enjoyed a fishing trip to Dekle Durham '*",
Friday Methodist WSCS
Published Every DEC. JMayol' The met at Jacksonville
Claim Matter at the Font Office at Starke, Fla. INFORMAL PARTYA Mill Pond Thursday. CITY the home of Mrs. A. H, Harleylast H. la., SUnday,
has Issued C.
O. J. Phillips Clews
Mr. and Mrs. Truby Hodge and \\11I
Standly Brush Party was held Tuesday afternoon.Rev. the
at the home of Mrs. Eldon Hardy children and Mrs. Henry Hodge a proclamation calling: for Mr. and Mrs Henry 111<
MEMBER"SubHcrlptlon 7 1947
Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 12. were shopping In Starke Satur the 'annual City Election to be C. B. North, pastor of in Green Cove lays Friday
Methodist Church, returnedlast
held on Dec. 2 for the electionof the Mrs. Joyce Fulth
91.10\ For Six: MonthsHERE'S The living and dining room were Friday from Lake Alfred, ltor wu'M
Annually day.Mr. Clerk and a Mar to
tit a Mayor a Jacksonville J
attractively decorated with yellow and Mrs. Francis Russ and where he attended a pastors' I last A.,
shall for terms, and I
I chrysanthemums. The hostess children of Lake City spent Sun one-year
school of
for two I
for two Councilmen
HUNTSMAN AGAIN served her guests coffee and day with Mr. and Mrs. Vance terms.Candidates. Our school entered upon the, Beware Cou
TIIAT year
cookies. A nice time was had by Rusa.Friends. second semester of the year's'
all. of Everett Gainey will who have publicly work last week. Mrs. < Grace .. from common i
announced to date (Tuesday)
CLUB ORGANIZED be sorry to hear that he is lick Browning began teaching to
are: That
dl at this writing. relieve the crowded condition
Miss Madge Whlgham, Home For Clerk: L. H. Hill. Hang
Demonstration Agent met with T B. Pinholster Is attendlng'th For Mayor: O. J. Phillips, O. In the lower grades., The Creomulslon
the Brooker Ladles Friday Nov. Southern Baptist Convention IOrlando'this J. Anders, H. C. Kelly. new room la almost ready for cause It goes right to the eel
14, at the home of Mrs. James W. week': For Marshall: J. L Brown, D. use and the school now has a germ trouble lade to phlegm 2&SJ>
total of 11 teachers. .
Thomas to organize a Home Dem- M onstration Club. The club la to sonvllle spent the weekend with For Council: J. E. Wall Jr., Among those attending the flamed bronchial mueslibrans /
funeral of Rev J.. I Norris at Tell
hold its meetings at the Community her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Dave E. ,L. Bruner Charles Olnklns, a bottle of your drugr\llliO\
.rr LaCrosse last were Cl'P.OmulBlon
Center. Mrs. T. W. Mar Green. C. R. Crews.TRAINING Sunday del'llta.ndlng yoU II'Itb
Rev. and Mrs. O. V. Lee, Mr. must Ute IJ1e!
key was elected president and Mrs. John Pinholster was In Guinea quickly allays the cough
MEETS and. Mrs. T. J. and Mrs.J. or
Mrs UNION Terry < I
H. C. Douglas Secretary. villa Monday on business.
O. B. Colson and Mrs. J. W. The R. A. and G. A. met*at The Intermediates of the Baptist P. Wyrick.Mr. I CREOMUI SI
and Mra C. R. Crews and
Thomas were appointed as a the church Monday night for their Training Union met at the for Cough Chest Coldi
Flower and Fruit Tree Commit regular meeting. Mrs H. C. Douglas Fastorlum last Monday night to ,I
in their I leader. enjoy a "scavenger hunt". The
tr tee.The charter members are: Mrs. The next Home Demonstration group of 25 young people was HOW DOES YOUR -

O. B. Colson Mrs. Lottie Edwards i meeting la to be held at the Community divided Into two teams with BATHROQM RATE
Mrs H. P. Qalney. Mrs.J. Center December lilt and Mrs. Q. V. Lee at the head of '
: E. Hardy, Mrs. A. B. Edwards 2nd, to make Xmas gifts the one team and Mrs J. E. Wall ON PERSONALITY? I' I
Mrs. Paul Stewart, 'Mrs. Buster regular business meeting will beheld Jr., In charge of the other. Each
ri Rahn, Mrs. J. W. Thomaa, Mrs Tuesday afternoon at 2:30p. : team was given a list of 25 ar- Is its model of convenience and1

H. C. Douglas, and Mrs. T. W. m. All ladles Interested please beauty? Are you proud to show It''" J e
Markey. come as Miss Whlgham will meet attend. to guests T' Yon ean achieve both Y
Delicious refreshments were with us both days. Miss Mary Mott Is spending a these alms at a very moderate cost j i

served by Miss Madge Whlgham The community, was saddened week with her sister, Mrs. Hamp by having ,us modernize It with :
and Mrs. J.. W. Thomas. by the death of Rev. J. L. Norrisof I, Connley of Lake Okeechobee.. quality appointments. .
Lacrosse:: last Friday. He wa We to report that
are V
"'tt ;;- ':!.l -- Mr. C. S. Kelley! and Miss Mary time of the Brooker sorry
1. ,, ,- -. one pastor Luther Sowell Is still on the sick One To Three Years To
'1 I I Mott were shopping In Starke Baptist Church ,and was a member list. Pay
i: Wbtch that Muzzle Wednesday. at .hf... death. Hls funeral was NO DOWN PAYMENT! )I'
1 Friends of J. W. Atkins will be held Sunday!afternoon at Antioch .
" It's here again hunting season opened yesterday, sorry to hear that he Is a patientIn Baptist Church. A large crowd
l in fact Alachua County Hospital. attended the funeral from here. Shull Plumbing & Heatin
.f Mr. and Mrs. Emery Hazen and BIRTHDAY PARTY
J. Some twelve million sportsmen, both amateur and pro
children were shopping In Gaines Miss Yvonne Harrell was hon 325 Temple Ave.' TARKE, FLORIDA Phone l]
$ fessional, were busy this week oiling up their guns, and unless ville Saturday. ored by her mother Mra. Eva

Americans have changed greatly since the close of the Mrs. T. W Markey; and Mrs. Harrell, Monday evening, Nov. BSBBSBVSBBS BBSBWSSVSBVSBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBSVSBSBBHSBBl

t, last hunting season, a lot of farm animals, barns, chicken Lottie Edwards were shopping in 10th, with a lovely party at her BSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSBSSSSSBBBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSVBSSMBBBBSSsaB l
k coops, automobiles, and even human beings are going to get Starke Friday.O. home on Charlotte Ave., the occasion -
shot at. Past experience has proved that roughly 1,000 I W. Barry was In Gaines being her 12th birthday anniveraary. .
a people will meet death by gunfire during the next few yule Friday on business. J R. B. Alvarez & So

,, months.In Mr. and Mrs E. T. Stewart were Miss Joyce Atkinson directedthe
in Starke Saturday on business. young people in a series of
1945, the last year that statistics on accidental deathsby ssrMWKTO
Mrs. Carrie of Starke out-door Then the excited
firearms are available, there were 2,454 deaths caused, was visiting Mrs.Ingram Annie Lewis youngsters games.looked oh as the hon Transfer &: Storage Co I
by guns. Forty percent of these occurred during hunting Sunday. oree opened her many lovely gifts. s
season. Therefore, its easy to see some of the mayhem that I the
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Lewis and They were then Invited Into iR
carelessness, ignorance, and selfishness cause in the woods. daughter of Tallahassee spent the dining room where the table was a wE Vta6 CME OP 1OWa Moving and Phone 9105

If the following simple safety rule were carefully observed weekend with Mr. Lewis' mother:, overlaid with a German whIte a

such accidental deaths would be cut to a minimum, Mrs. Annie Lewis Interwoven lace linen table cloth. We Operate Local and Long D']
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ingramwere A lovely bouquet of mixed colored _
or perhaps eliminated entirely: Lance Anywhere In The Stale i
visiting here Sunday.Mrs. roses and a colorful birth
The Auto Fountain
L Treat every gun with the respect" due a loaded gun ThisIs Eva Harrell and daughter I day cake with 12 lighted candles Florida.

the cardinal mile of gun safety. ".:mpty'' gun kill more pea Yvonne, and Mrs. M. D. Har were the center of attraction. Madison & Walnut St. Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke Limi
ple than any other kind. rell were shopping In Gainesville I The guests sang "Happy Birth City
Saturday. 'day Yvonne". as she cut the cake. Starke .:- Fla.
2. taken down
Carry only empty really empty guns, or
j Ir,I with I the action open, Into your automobile, camp or. home..., Clyde Cone and John and I Refreshments of hot. chocolate
Green with marshmaUowsT cake, and
;, I 5. Always be sufe that the barrel and action are clear off. obstructions. Blandly were In Gainesville I '. .
SI" Thursday on business. cookies were served the 35 young e
Mrs .1. W. Pinholster spent the people by Mrs. Eva Harrell. Mrs.
''r f l 4. Always carry your gun so that you can control the dl- weekend with Mr. and Mra. M. F. M. D. Harrell Mrs. Lloyd Dyal
i-setloii of the muzzle: even If you stumble. Wiggins of New River. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson.

B. UP sure of your target before you pull the trigger. Edd Lewis was shopping In PAUSE FOR COKE
. 6. Never point a gun at anything: you do not want to shook Starke Friday.T. There' will be services at the
1 I. 7.' Never leave.. your gun unattended unless you unload It first. W. Markey was in Gainesville Church of Christ Friday, Nov.
21st at 7:30 p. m. The speaker
8. Never climb a tree or fence with a. loaded gun. Friday on business.
will be Luther Savage of Starke
9. Never shoot at a flat, hard surface, on the.surface of the Mr. and Mrs. Reurel Dukes and Steve Dampier of Gainesville

water. children of Dukes spent Sunday was a visitor at the Church of
10. Do not mix gunpowder and alcohol. with Mr. and Mrs. Llsnie Green. Christ Sunday.THANKSGIVING. HELPS MOTORISTS
Mrs Wade Harrell spent last
11. Fire destroys game be careful. '
week with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey SERVICE
Baxter of Jacksonville Special Thanksgiving; church
.1 Mrs M. F. Hazen and little Pat services will be held at the Baptist .
\4 /, Plummer of Starke were visiting I Church Thursday, Nov. 27th
here Thursday.Mr. i at 6:30: p. m. Special Invitationsare
and Mrs. Erney Johnson i extended to all churches to DRiVE'REFRESHED

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Since farmers control a great deal of the good hunting \ ji

lands, Jim Kjellgard, outdoor writer and sportsman, reminds ,

hunters that they must observe the simple rules of courtesy ,. NOW ON DISPLAY <> ;
\ in dealing with the farmer if they expect to enjoy the freedom % :
of his land. / Plenty of Gift : ?

By asking the farmer's permission to hunt and by re- Wrapping Material

specting his crops, livestock, poultry, and improvements, Cards Seals. Tags Paper. Ribbon. Twine .
the hunter can create good will for himself and other sports sh +

men. .

Unfortunately, there are many hunters.who behave like Let Us Have Your Order Now

willful children when hunting farm lands, trampling crops, FOR ENGRAVED STATIONERY & XMAS CARDS

breaking fences and helping themselves to produce. "A We Can Print Your Name in GOLD SILVER or ry'FyP yi i :w o
farmer coming to the city and behaving in this manner Colored! Ink. Also Various Styles of Type a wadi
would land in jail within the first hour," says a writer in '
"Sports Afield". '- Ask The Clerk for Particulars _

"The notion that farmers are antagonistic toward hunt .

ers and drive them away just to be cantankerous is, in most We Will Have Plenty ofWIIITlIAN'S
?ases, incorrect," this magazine writer believes. "Approach
Imost any farmer in a forthright manner and you will prob- & HOLLINGSWORTII FINE CANDIESIn ,

bly be surprised at the friendly reception<<; you'll get," he 1, 2, 3 and 5 Pound Boxes
ontinues."We. 1
should also consider the important part played by 'LET US TAKE YOUR ORDER NOW / S

the farmer in wildlife conservation. His association with >f

cautious and considerate hunters will encourage him to pro / F
vide suitable cover and feed for game birds and animals." KOCH DRUG STOREPrescription

If the above rules and advice were followed the hunter
would doubtless find himself confronted with fewer of those PLEASE raturn
forbidding "NO TRESPASSING" signs that become more Druggists. Two Registered and amply bodies promptly

and more in evidence each year. Most farmers would not Graduated Pharmacists on Duty. Let Us Fill om.o UND" AUTNOai1Y 0' ,?, COCA-COlA COMPANY .r

object! to having their land hunted upon if they could beure Your Prescriptions STARKE COCA-COLA

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Scotland. Mrs. J. O. Godwin and Mrs. A. C. Davis had as Rising were dinner guests of Mr.

and Mrs. P. D. Fancher were in their visitors Mr. and Mrs. J. B. and Mrs. H. M. McRae one day

Farm charge of the social hour and Strickland and son of Gainesville last week. I
ate Mr. and Mrs.! Lyle Noland AUDITOR'S REPORT
Bryan Whttfleld served sandwiches with coffee. of Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goodge of

lire En route from Blowing Rock Marcus Reddish of Hellbronn. i Starke are now operating the
N. C. to their home in Miami Mr. and Mrs. U F .Chapman store and filling station recentlyrun OF THE CITY OF STARKE
nlty Club Meeting Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier Jr. attended the Masonic dinner at by Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Brown.

chrysanthemums in and children were overnight the Scottish Rite Temple In Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and i

y colors were arranged guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jacksonville Saturday night. daughter, Charlene. and Mr. and FISCAL YEAR ''I
decorating them Bouvier Sunday.Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews, Mrs H. M. McRae were dinner '
'eI'J, in and Mrs. P. D. Fancher and Spencer and Delbert Crews guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester 4 ,

for Club the meeting last Tues-of spent the past weekend In Way visited In New Mr.River and Mrs. E. A. Sapp Crosby last Sunday. OCT. 1 1946 TO SEPT. 30 1947

unity cross Ga. as guests of Mrs. Sidney Sunday. Mrs. Robert Myrlck and Mrs
A. Bou- I''
moon. Mrs.ded Walker. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow Robert .
Taylor and mother Mrs. "
over a
frf sident i< were In Jacksonville\ Fri '
business session.nteresting Mr. and Mrs. Martin Relnau day. Their daughter, Mrs. Geo.Manaasa H. M. McRae were visiting Mrs. GENERAL CITY FUNDS t I

owed by latka and baby daughter, Joan, of Pa- and her children, returned Susie Myrlck at Lake Geneva Saturday Statement of Receipts Disbursements, and Balances r ;
spent with Mr. ,
of St. Sunday
Father Catholic O'Dowd Church In and Mrs. M. E. Griner. home with them and remained afternoon. October 1, 1946 to September 30, 1917 "i
for several
I days during .
on his recent trIp' to During the past weekend Mr. I Mr. Mantissa's absence from the I

city.Mr.. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers LIABILITY INSURANCE I I
Phone 52..J Beginning Cash Balances October & E
}, Y.DE St ViCE and daughter, Patricia WUlard. Although not compulsory It In on Hand. $ 293.1' \ ,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. much safer to
... rouew or"1 $TOns Mrs. Jlartmann L. Shaw In LaCrosse Sunday. Insurance. I represent carry only oM Cash in Florida Bank at Starke 672.56$ J1 1.00 I

Accompanied by Mrs. Carlyle line, reliable stork companies. I
Ritch an dson Jimmie, of Gainesville Your business will} be appreci Receipts '
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Ri- ated. .
Current Taxes Schedule "S"
charda and children, Jane and 129 W. Call Street
Extra Less: Discounts Allowed $602.82 \\a, i
Special Henry, attended the circus in
Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph .
Refunds ;
Jacksonville Friday. on over, collection: 7.20 610.02 .: .
Phone 154 It1' "
Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde visited 'yt'l//,. t
PIHsburr\ Mrs. Annie R. Norman In Jack- N. D. Walnwright, Jr. Net Cash Collections 18,602.84 .. J:
sonville from Friday until Wednesday Tax Collections. 1939-1945 Tax Rolls f ,-, I 1'//

Schedule "4" f 1,968.15 k 1
yt FLOUR251bs. Mr. and Mrs R. W. Bran- Tax Collections; Years Prior to 1939 63.35 i
nen, Bryan Whitfield, and Mis- Let Us Be Your Occupational Licenses *" 1 5.292.00' ': I
ses Pauline Brannen Peggy "Friend In Need"During Fines and Bond3" 3,683.90 +, '
Caldwell, and Helen Whitfield Sewer Taps and Fee 181.00
s went to the circus in Jacksonville The Holiday t
Busy Electric and' Plumbing Permits 630.00 -

2.25 Mr.Saturday.and Mrs. Albert Stafford Season Just Ahead Building Permits' 807.00 I

:Mowing and Grading ,
and family are now living In 1170.36
Lake Butler, having moved the Transfers from Board of Bond Trustees I

early part of this week. Water and Electric Fund 32, Ca.00 : I :
Long Grain Patna Popular Brand Mrs. G. E. Crews and daughter Sale of Concrete Pipe 35.20 : i

Carolyn, Mrs. John Crews Road and Bridge Tax 4,742.71

C E and Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore Pound FeesAdvertising 96.00 't
R I Cigarettes attended services at the Baptist Costs Coltected. 105.21 ..... : '' .

Church at Hellbronn Sunday Dog Licenses 129.00 r. ..
3 lb.. 49c 1.73 Carton night. r .
Sale of LotQualifying 100.00 f ,. ::1''
\ Friends are gratified to' know DELICIOUS CAKES Fees I.' .
that Miss Mildred Hundley la PIES. DONUTS AND Tax "(
recuperating nicely In St. Vin- Utility 69.13 :
Colgate Palmolive Poet cent's Hospital, Jacksonville, after House MovingMiscellaneous 25.00 I I
.E L 31C Your Bakinso So You
Large Pkl' a serious operation, Mrs. W. Income 278.75" .I\ i ; i
H. Williams spent Thursdayand Can Enjoy The Fun. Prior Years Checks Voided 80.00. Ii IiI I I II

Friday of last week in I I

Smoked Smoked Jacksonville because of the ill- Lappe Bakery Total Receipts To ness of her sister. f

Bacon Squares SAUSAGE Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Jim- 318 W. CALL ST. Total Cash Available 71.567.42 ; ,
mie and Harold Godwin, accom-
Phone 16
panied by Enos Hayes of Starke, Disbursements
lb. .
S5e lb. 29c For Free DeliveryPropertyOwner
enjoyed the circus in Jackson- General City Operating Expense ,:
ville Saturday. Schedule "B-l" 31,269.86 "j
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Road and '
Bridge Operating Expense -
Mrs. L. Durden were Ml s Lu-
Schedule "B-l" '
nelle Durden and Mrs. 23,151.55Contributions
OURS WILL DE FRESH FROM TIlE FARM Rossiter and children of Virginia Jack- for Health, Education and .\ 1

sonville. Civic Purposes Schedule "B-1" 3,028.92 I
Sympathy is extended to Mr Refund 1916-47 Licensed .. 35.00" i
Juicy Florida New Crop City Park Construction ? M .1I/U/ "'.. j
and Mrs. C. H. Walnwrlght In s 5,291.501 : .. j
ORANGES Sweet Potatoes the death of' thi'laUer's'tatber, 'Refund"BuildinaPermtt. 4. >, 10.00: 'II.J :. 1, I

John P. Sapp of Lake City. Mr. 1 t Bond Trustee 450.00 'I ;,::, ? .. I
Sapp, who was in his nineties,, Water and Sewer Interest 1,380.00 '
2Sc doz. Sc lb. died Monday morning following Water and Sewer Certificate Retired 1,000.00 I'I ,I
a protracted illness. I
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Mrs. Bertha Pearce and Miss : I II
Total Disbursements To Exhibit "A" 66.516.87', r..
Wanda Pearce were guests of
We Now Have All Kinds Of FRUITS Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Godwin for Itr{ ,I
dinner on Sunday.Pine
and NUTS for FRUIT CAKESWEEK Cash Balance September 30, 1947 $ 5,05O.15/S/ I
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Mr. *..IL M.. Mcltae. .October 1. 1916 to September 30, 1917 I, :i

[) Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall returned NeedsWindstorm EXHIBIT "C" '
NE i ;
home Saturday afternoon Insurance *!i! I j
after attending a revival meetingat Beginning Balances .October 1, 1916 .'
Magnolia Church near Bran- Cash on Hand I. !
low Insure $ 95.35 '
Cost Is
ford last week. ?
Cash in Florida Bank at
ES We are now able to completely reconditionur Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez and 16,435.46 ,$ 16,1530.n: f
children of Vanderbilt were dinner Charley E. John. It '
or CLOCK guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mc- Receipts ,
; I
Rae and family Sunday.Mrs. I Electricity j4
the past It .has ,required as much as two to fours A. F. Hall and daughter IS' STARK FLA. Water 84777.89 'r', : "I
Diane, and Mrs. Dudley Markhamand : 19,893.05 '
< 3 but NOW, since we have added another First small daughter all of Jack Delinquent Service Deposits Collections for 6'081).00, : r \.t't. ; I:,. 'I',
Electricity 27.44 ;
8 Watchmaker! ,direct from the Elgin Factory, here sonville last were Friday.Mr. visiting. relatives Delinquent Collections for Water 5.40 -r.:yty \' !
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"tf *THK TRAVELERS.Hertford Supplies ,
have and Mrs. E. C. Lewis of 939.72 /. I
attained our ambition to give you I Sale of Scrap '. 153.09 ,
." ., I Water Deposit Guarantee 60.00 '
.... :Moving of Houses i
I 125.TJU ,

One Week Service The SLADE GAS CO.() Inc.OF :I Miscellaneous Utility Tax '- "'\'% 389.70.46.00 .':.I, ,,;i': .

: Cash Overage 12.54 i
have to accurately 1i I
the latest Timing Instruments '
Total i f
Receipts To
Exhibit "A"
i'ust t, regulate and make READY FOR DELIVERY Offers You Immediate Delivery, on 112,505.33 i il';

Total .Cash Available ** 129,036.14 dl"y'' f,

Your Watch In One Week 0 Gas Ranges Disbursements Electric Plant Schedule "C-l" 28,620.92 rl'' :

Hot Water Heaters Electric Distribution Schedule "C-1" 17.771.50. \ ',t .i i

0 Space HeatersWe Service Deposit Refunds 571700 ','.. : f (I I
tory material ,. and LAST BUT NOT LEAST Utility Tax l'267'62 .. "f ,I'
e elsewhere. are equipped to give fast efficient Transfers to General Fund 32,500.00 '
charge, will be LESS than you pay you Refunds i
service. Our supply of GAS is on Water 4.05
andt very good our I '
have regular to cover new material Tennis Court 'I
storage capacity being 36,000 .gallons, and we 25.00
t class No ODD CHARGES.that you have a contract with one of the best suppliersin ,l
workmanship. Total
the business for more than enough GAS to Disbursements To Exhibit "A" 04,871.23 '''i 1

not understand. We explain upon examination just keep you well supplied during the cold weather Cash Balance ;, i
September 30, 1947 Schedule
IJ at t is and what the charge will be.. It 34164.86 ''t ;
necessary GAS HEAT is clean, economical, and safe.

abef! you have the work done. If not-no charge If you have never used GAS HEAT you havea > rt

pleasant surprise in store the first time The following paragraphs il
advice. you are excerpts from general remarks made by the ;; '
it. auditors,
use accompanying their first report: :

The outstanding bonded indebtedness, as of Sept 30, 1947 is l
Be this winter Use $$45,000,
consisting of Water w

Barley F. StrongSTARKE'S GAS for heating. Revenue Certificate! and No. 4 Sewer was retired Revenue in Certificates.July 1917.! when Water it became and Sewer due. 'P'. i I

The records of cash receipts and disbursements of the City of Starke are 1 U;
JEWELER in good condition. .
Slade Gas Co. ; fr r
137 W. Call Street Phone Respectfully submitted,

Espectaljlftention To Optical Two Doors From R. R.'Track On CU Street I,h
Accountants and Auditors
and Repairs Phone 121 '
Replacements "
Gainesville, Fla. y, ,1
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Woman's Club building at 7 p. m. IN
Baptist W.M.S. Masons Will Honor Social CommitteeOf on Decembers 4. Members' husbands CICRY.PLUfIW4 l'n04TYi5 f'O'ItT. Ij' ,h
I and CLUBSMiss
SOCIETY Met TuesdayThe I I5 Past MastersFifteen Woman's Club will be In charge of the Frank n. KOWftlk

Plans Xmas Dinner program, which, promises to Be ex No 6116; KOWlilk DeleoEanL''
of Brad- ceptionally Interesttnsand enter
Baptist WMS met Tuesday Put Masters
Adkins WedsE. Dr. and Mrs. Kaufman afternoon at 3 o'clock with 31 ford Lodge No. 39, 1'. &: A. M., Members of the Social Commit. tainingJ. Q. S. Newcomb is chair- AND NOTICE 0'" PIlLlrATi TO ,

M. Prevatt Hosts-To Friends members: present. will be honored guests at a Past tee of the SUrke Woman's Club man of the program committee, Kowatk STATE OF'whore FLORID APP2.\r'
which, thus far, consists of E. L. .. i
Circle Two had charge of the Masters' in the: met early this week at the home 88: ep nneytv,01 Blr.ot I
At Lovely EventAn Night banquet Matthews -Junius Smith, C. H. PYllyDeoembereljekjJred
', Miss Betty Jean Adkins, daugh- program, which was) under the direction of their Chairman, Mrs. J. W. ",,
USO building Monday night, Nov. Nasworthy, and Fletcher Bur- :
ter of Mr. and Mrs J. Q. Adklnn/ social event 01 of Mrs. W.. L., Andrews, Kincaid. Members of the com- to
Middle- outstanding Mrs 25, at 6 o'clock. .A, Weeks, nett. i named Court sad' In thl"
of Hampton, and Emory the at The devotional was given by mittee are Mrs. R. eau
the fall season was lovely plaintiff ? .
ton Prevatt, son of J. W. Prevattof home at which Dr. and Mrs. J W. B. Alexander and was followed A feature of the evening will Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. :J. :M.' Hem- Mrs. Kincaid further stated that Ctunty Tellegraph eeks dlvor".. 11,

Starke and the late Mr*. Pre Warren Kaufman entertainedtheir by prayer by :Mr*. S. E. Sparks I be the Master's] Degree conferred bree, Mrs. Marcus Brown, Mrs Christmas decorations will 'prevail Order Wltn.In.next tour shellpuell weekly I",

vatt, were married Tuesday afternoon ,many friends Thursday ''Theme of the program was'Africa" .on five lodge brothers by the Blue Junius Smith, Mrs. C. H. Nan- throughout, lending to the at Starke,any i'lorlda band,lad atlrhii '
November 11, at 2:30 o'- evening of last week at the Presbyterian "' and the subject was de- Lodge Degree Team from Morocco worthy, Mrs. Gilbert Newcomb surroundings a strong-atmosphere 1941. Ihl. Not
4 clock in the First Christian Church Manse between the hour veloped in an interesting manner Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. C. A. of the Holiday season. For din- (OFFICIAL !SEAL! ) A. I, 1E,

of Waycrosn. Ga. The Rev. W. A, of 7:30: and 9:30: o'clock.Greeting by Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. A. J. Temple, Jacksonville.Past Knight and Mrs. Edward Burns ner; turkey and dressing will head Ry Lucille. Aa Cleric 01 u10 I
Farris performed the double ring Masters who will be honored The committee met for the pur- c. Cnnn,
guests at the door on Thomas Mrs. Eunice Wilson, :Mrs. the Christmas menu. Martin J. Penn, Rill dnhuo
ceremony In the presence of this memorable occasion duringthe Clyde Priest, and M.... Rufus < at this'meeting are: P. M. pose of discussing plans for the During the meeting.. Mrs. Kin- Jacknonvllln, Fiorida "

friends and relatives.The first hour was Mrs H. H Hutchings. The closing prayer Barefoot, X J. Thomas, o. H. approaching Woman's Club- Christ- caid"explained that Ladles' Luncheon Atty., for Pit IJ.\Itrk\
bride was attractively dressed was by Mrs. W. N. Johnson. I mas dinner which Is to be for -
Young, and for'' the remainder of Nat-worthy Lacy Conway. Joe Sis-. was omitted Wednesday
in gold wool, with which she members only, their husbands, and Day
the evening, Mrs. K. O. Duncan. A letter of thanks was read by We now have
C. V. S. st. John on a
trunk A. Patch tad
wore brown accessories. She Is out of town guests, Mrs. Kincaid because of the fact that the,PTA
the president Mr*. Sparks froma
line of
Andrews head officepencils
Guy stood at the
a graduate of Bradford High in R. C. Buford Joe Martinez, S. E. announced Tuesday. dinner was given on the same IIspplleo-.
of the receiving line followed, respectively family Germany expressing '
School In the class of 1945. by Dr. Kaufman Mrs appreciation for the clothing sent Sparks, L. O. Powell. E. W. Elaborate plans are being made day. However, the luncheons will Ink, pap,_", 1))

ShorUy after the ceremony- Mr. Kaufman, Mrs. R. S. Fernandez, from the Society. Hayes, O. M. Sistrunk, Nat Stern- for this pending outstanding social be resumed next month, on the ilbbonx. eta Bradford C

and Mrs, Prevatt left for awed and Mrs. Guy Andrews. berg, and F. F. Stump. event, which will be held at the third Wednesday. ,Telegraph.Our .
t ding trip to points of Interest in
Miss Alma Thomas
South Florida.Winsome. Mrs. Kaufman received guests Barbecue
In an exquisite off-the-shoulder Honoree At Party Enjoyed

Class evening gown of elegant aim 'At Kingsley Lake Use -
plicity, featuring a pattern of Interwoven :Miss Alma Thomaa was honoree ;t

The Winsome Class of the Baptist gold thread against an I at a delightful surprise birthday Dr. and MM. Herlong Adams Xmas
i Church will meet Tuesday oyster white background. A full party given by Moo Idell Land- and Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Wardwere

night, Nov. 29, in the church an- skirt and basque waist further rum, Vivian McRae, Sammie Ken- hosts Thursday evening of '
nex. Hostesses will be Mrs. accented the charming style, her nedy, Betty Ann Powell, and Mar last week at a delightful barbecueat LAYAWAY
Emalyne Mathews and Mrs. Shir- only ornament being a purple- lan McRae Saturday night at the the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wardon
ley Pellet. throated orchid placed at the home of Miss Kennedy. Kingsley Lake.
center of the straight neck line.
Welners were roasted in the Guests were seated at long
Her only adornment of
" W. M. Wainwright of Talla- a pair of pendant earrings ofa yard, and later In the evening; tables placed in, the yard and were l/tSYINGV/
' hassee spent Tuesday and Wed- games and dancing were enjoyed served delicious barbecued pork,
delicate gold filigree belonging -
nesday visiting N. D. .Wainwright, very originally to her great Inside'by the 20 young guests.'who beef, and fish. REMEMBRANCE
Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wain- enjoyed thin event.. I About eighty friends were In-
grandmother. ,.. ,.. I ..
wrlght.CARPENTER'S. The honoree received many vited to enjoy this delightful
Mrs. Fernandez was becomingly -

attired In a burgandy crepe gownof lovely. gifts. event. NEW SHIPMENT Bulovas & Elgins LADIES GEMS
II quiet design, accented by a -
,i : purple-throated orchid.

All guests were invited to sign h'!: 29.75 to 71.50 .

the guest book, presided over by +
Mlas Hazel Fields.Throughout .

tI er'IW't the evening a con-

L, I tinuous background of piano music
was provided by Mrs.-'Duncan, And next big event on the calendar a group of children in the USO

Mrs E. M. Davis, and Mrs. W. F. Is Turkey;Day, but don't building the other day, pendingthe .Q
Godwin, adding to the charm of eat too much and not be able to arrival of physical ed direct- KREISLER WATCH BANDS
make It out to Bradford Park next ress, Lou Byers, and not beingone
the occasion. A colorful
program Thursday night to see the Tornadoes to idle the time away, she TIE & COLLAR SETS'
of selections was presented for close their season against proceeded to teach them the ,

the enjoyment of guests. Miss a "mystery" opponent Seems fundamentals of an Indian dance- DIAMONDS;\
7" Evelyn Stump sang "Sylvia" and hat Coach Geiger is ""keeping it going through the routine in her Holmes & Edwards
"When Irish Eyes Are Smiling", And Birthstone
a secret as to who the Tornadoes well-known enthusiastic manner
accompanied at the piano by Mrs will play that night but fans are Just as she was getting into the Sterling Inlaid Csrrrsrr RINGS

PRESCRIPTION Davis. John H. Powell delighted promised> a good game as the curtain full swing of the thing she lookedup EXPERT
r guests with renditions of "All For rings down on the season and beheld none other than SILVER Make The Perfect
PHARMACISTPhone You", and "The World Is Waiting that all CaUstreeterswill Partin I WATCH
Hope you Principal entered unexpectedly -
1 i. For the Sunrise", accompanied by 5 Piece Set Gift
follow the team to Lake City and seemed to enjoy REP IRING

64' STARKBOnthejMinit Mrs. Godwin. Mrs John MIxon tonight, as the boys will probably the demonstration even more than Service For Eight ..
sang "Last Rose of Summer" accompanied II .I See Our Large
I need aU. the: moral support the children Hear that a repeat -

Service by Mrs._ 4 Davis _we.. can nu rive. 'em'. ..- .+e _-- command performance was ,68.50 Selection
The living room presented a :....y.: t J granted Jeannette Kincaid later onat I

t1 picture of charm ;and beauty, an Glad to soe Loyree nartmann"back Ethel's home and wish I could

atmosphere of Twarm ''hospitality on the joH sit her beauty have been Uierw.'loo': ,, .. .
CHUK-t-m being much in ett encef shop after a two months' bout I
'>lv" Jjiil .< M. ':lIlIt Draped over Uu baby grand with doctors and ,hospitals Among those spotted at the cirus -' GEM J"EWELRY|

piano was a lovely, van-colored Likewise pleased.to glimpse Violet in Jacksonville last weekend: :

silk shawl of Intricate design, an Crosby around and'about again the Hogan Smiths and children, ,
heirloom of the Fernandez family, after being "at ttionje" In the Virginia and Charles Darby and
being given sometime during the badycrest for several weeks ditto, Bill Chalker Dea Wilson 109 E. CALL ST. PHONE 170 STARKE, FLA.

Gold Rush period to Mrs. Fer- Hear that Raymond Hall Is completely Margie an' Billy Dowling, Nookie m__
nandez' grandmother as a gift surrounded by the Pacific an' Katie Wainwright and the

from her great uncle, John Ocean at present-being on Okin- youngsters, of course, the T. T.

r'M Wheeler, who sent it to her from wa-and would like to hear from Longs and family, and the Tom of !1/1
,i su Dt Japan. his old Call Street pals and gals lades and children i Note in IITher'rthe talk the coffee stops .

A pair of wrought Iron candle The address is: Sgt. GeorgeR. the mail this week from Mrs. May

holders of dragon design graced : Hall-14255078 371st AES, 837 Dickens, now in Sanford stating

the mantel, one being plated on ASO, APO 239, Unit 2. co PM, that she enjoys keeping in touch
San Francisco, Calif. .,'Add new with friends, and glad to note
t I'A either end These also are heirlooms I
having been In the Kauf attractions on Call Street: Mae from the Telegraph that Starke .

man family for more than 100 Slsson'a bright and shiny pop corn continues its "up and coming"
years. Candle snuffers of wroughtIron machine which adds a warm spotto road of progress Her address
these"cold la Box 701 Sanford .
dating back to Colonial days the landscape gray ,

:+.w. D wlii i completed the Impressive mantel days ..
arrangement. Well guew that winds up the

Tsi busy it the sionnst.,,CW4 yes'as Surroundings were further Hear Harvey VanVlwt has sold little black book for this time. ,
enhanced -
(*H back buri" his Kingsley Lake store to A. E. Jotta go see a man now about a
by vases of rare Wall and S. R. Johns Jr., and at I turkey .
beauty, one being placed on theradio present It..., under the managementof -Carolyn. t Kry the! eat le. fully
STARKC DRY CLEANERS and one on the music cabi- I q' j x" adjustable.Theytallirwira rake| took ,| that cab, ill iz
Jack Gill Jimmy Seymour
rl ,
ne 0.. lwl 3. po 13 Incha. man loot aMlea. Mat.asst a ball 4
he "" S ,and .,aht Loh.. '
AND LAUNDRY has some swell color movies room Vl.iblllty
On the coffee table near the divan took of the Hallowe'en parade and wlmi
FHONE 21 GttCN LJ'ASR w a 3 3Pt R : a war-comor window*!"
was placed a bouquet of salmon might be persuaded to show 'em r Js

pink gladioli and cerise carnations to you If you say "pretty please" t "You ouaM to der s /r i
In a lovely bowl of genuine Hear that John Robinson (ex- ; : Y look at that now frima.
Dresden china. Star kelte) now Apopka publisher, '?AaYslhenewab +- Ira REALLY builtl"

D Guests were Invited into the has been ordered to bed for several that 'bfo.tho.1- It'Inhale -- ,
.BII.C' dining room, where a soft hue ol month and told to take'it 'ntwlMTuwdalrdrawa* Iroah air hell .

STARKE FL': candlelight added quiet dignity. to easy when he emerges again In fraah -
that Mated M
decorative arrangements. The If you want to be exceptionallynice cold waathar. and ,.
Sunday, Monthly 41 Tuesday large dining table in the center to your palate Just try the foroaa out us:4 3 1

Nov. ::13 23 of the room was graced. by an Ice box pie at Cracker Grill ,- HOWDY FOLKS ,
exquisite cloth of ecru linen with It.. delicious The trend this season In toward ao a
TIMEOut Italian cutwork, while the centerof -- more feathers on wom-

the table featured'a bouquet of Here's a good one on Cleone en' clothes. This should tickle '. erns.r
Of Mind cprlse carnations In a buyer Dowling and daughter .Marian the men to death. ,, I
tureen on either side of which Long Seems that"at the recent S SWaitress .
Kobt. Hutton, Ella: lUlncn,
Fiddle: Albert was placed triple sliver candelabrawith birthday party for Mary Ann : I have stewed kidneys

"March of Time", News white candles. Seated at ([Long), three gallons of delicious fried liver and plg' feet. ite''r
either end, for the first hour, punch were completely overlooked
Customer Don't tell me all d' "Hav*you aaan not new /
i \\r FEATURE W, J. Chandler, and for the second The kiddies had their chicken pie AdvamDoaignr It'a tha truck with O
hour Mrs H. H. Young and eats on the porch, but nobody -- '. t "The eab'a ruhosrllt sesoi.uyeantd..g

Sun Valley Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, all of whom noticed the scrumptious punch It'. a great life If you don'tweekend. pesctlodlye.limsatesratd.h.akandnbr.hanr/ ) ?

served. coffee to guests from two bowl In a far corner until after. ISIS"
sets of silver service. Other delightful all the chlllun had departed S a
refreshments were placed Understand that punch was on the s' .
Howard Hughes 'Is now convinced .
"1 took s leek under DM hue
Sonju Ilenle ,John PayntGlenn ', on the table, and among; those Dowling menu for quite a few that thane Is. more safetyIn \ and boy.Irl.tilillOt that vatv*- _
MJllvrAnd who assisted' In serving guests days after the party I And number than there Is In: G Inked anginal' It don mar* '
were Mrs. J, R. Kite, Mrs. J. L. speaking of birthdays, Sharon figures d4b. e word+ac.on ar l.w aa a.w oaa than any ptlwc '

Simmons, and Mica Stump.On Hall had a nice surprise ,on her ., t1C 1C ,,,
Blithe Spirit the buffet In the dining; 18th last Friday when she awokeat And you'll be convinced that 't-,, 7nsa.tr4aNMa/Mrxratinea lane ,

room, triple candelabra Mood neither 8 a. m. to the tune of "How y.u never had more, satisfactory -
Rex Hnrrlflon. Constance end, lending depth to the Soon" dedicated to her over a auto service after you given anew< Advance-
dimming beauty of the surroundings. In Jacksonville radio station one trial. Drive In today Choose Chevrolet trucks for Transportation l/n/muta/1 There' I

.Also News.. .- the center was placed a pewtertea Seem that one of her wellwishers antI Bee for yountelf. Design Chevrolet truck to meet your hauling or delivery requirement- 107 mod"end ..
set long In the Kaufman fam- fixed up the surprise with -
Ft*. Sat. Nov 28 29 "br,e a lh"
nOLllM FEATURE ily. the sponsors of a request program GULF OIL PRODUCTS eight wheelbaiet. S.. them at our showroom f.. the cab that

Another Item of much interest' Washing Polishing

Idea GirlCharlie in the dining room was a genuine Greasing
\tn Infoimed that Ethel
Spode pitcher of a rare shade of
Barnrt S Oreh.I blue, featuring a design of fine Biggs could hold her own with Temple & Lake
Anti detail In white relief. any full-blooded Indian In the I Service Station CHEVROLET
country when It comes to coin
OKLAHOMARaiders Over 100 guests were present Phone 179
Into a rip-rearing war dance .

vrlUi to share pr, and this sire*delightful Kaitfmaa.Mrs. occasion. Seems that.the was J .i.presiding.). over 'f'1- I L- A''
Tex" Rlttor Fussy Knight '- ; TORODE CHEVROLET CC

Chap. .8 "LAW Of The WILD" D. W Moore spent several ALVAREZ' STORE Men's -i.il:
Short Subject days last week with her slsUr EsUbUahed .
isms T. F. Brown, In Hampton. t& STARKE.FLA-

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I BITS of LOCAL NEWSMrs. f Methodist WSCS
\Every Elects OfficersThe I
Brinley Steel Beam Turn Plows I

INSURANCES W. C. Powell. Mrs P. I. Mrs. Frances Poole and son WSCS of the Methodist
Inch Beam 8 Inch Steel Beam $13.75
7 Steel $13
S SSSSSSSSSSS ii i'sissi3Ss Ss S sSZSSlS! McLaurin and Mrs. Reppard Higgs Lance of Miami recently arrived Church had Its regular programand -

of Lake Butler pent the day recently for a month' visit with Mrs. business meeting at the 11 Inch Grove Light ,2-Horse $16.75

in Jacksonville Poole's brother-in-law and sister, church last Monday afternoon B

C.WALLAGENCYPLEASE Mr. and Mra. L. A. Smith of Mr and Mrs. Ernest Phillips. :with the president, Mra. W. L. We Carry A Full Line of inley Parts at t

Tallahassee were guests last I Mrs E. K. Perryman and Mrs 'Blair, presiding. Reasonable Prices

weekend of Mrs. .Effle John L. A. Davis have returned to During the meeting new officers

PHONE 146 HOOVER Sales & Service. The Starke after attending the Gen- for' 1943 were elected as follows: T. L. WAINWRIGHT & SON

Constant Service Over 50 Years only outlet for genuine parts. eral Convention of the UDC from President Mrs. W. L. Blair Lawtey Florida. '
Phono 120. Smith's Garage tf Sunday through Friday of laat Vice, president Mrs, W B.Mlddleton. ,

Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson were week in Miami., .

guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. Outing flannel Gowns and .. .
ALawaWeae Secretary Mrs L. D. Vlnlng F, # 1. r
and Mra. Robert Watson In Mel- Pajamas at .STUMP'S. T
Corresponding secretary Miss 5
Rev.. and Mrs X* D.. Haines returned Oiva: LOCAL FACILITIES
rose.Mrs. Ray
Eroiri-where I sit..jyJoe Marsh R. A. Weeks will have u today from Orlando where Treasurer
Mrs. O. S. New-
quests for Thanksgiving: her son- they have been since Monday, attending comb of quiet refinement with organizationenable

in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. the State Baptist Con- I this establishment to render a
Bill LaMorte, of Bronxvlllo. N. Y. vention. Also attending the con- Secretary of missionary educa-

Metropolitan Papers Mr. LaMorte will shortly return vention from Starke were Mr and tion Mra. W. Q. Halle fine and moderately priced service.

to his business in N. Y., while Mrs. E. C. Mann, Jr. Secretary of Christian social r r

i Please Copy I Ii Mra. LaMorte plans to remain Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Roberta of relations Mrs E. K. Perryman 3/jP .' --8.-.0. ,

.. .. here through the Christmas holidays Chairs visited Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Secretary of student work il u,7 I I.'uj

when her husband will again Prevatt for several! days last', Mra. J. L. Anderson DEWITT C. JONES:

htr were hUlled np.erer Birch different, underneath. City Join her here. week. Secretary of youth work t
I folk work hard like David Mercer of Lumberton, N. AMBULANCE SERVICE '
reprinted to home
Town ; come
Brtle oa Oar Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs C. I* Mrs. W. J. Churchwell
ITdtj paper. Made .a aound at night to their families; and relax C., is spending a week here with Matthews and 1 of children's work Funeral Director '
) daughters Mary ,: Secretary
1 Vmch of "hWte,who whitkki : with a moderate al... of beer R.his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Agnes and :Madge) Ann were visit- Mrs. Titus Olson STARES PHONE: T. ,
F. Young. .. "
and wore chin wbJskers.r like we doVFrom jMen's ing relatives in Jacksonville Sat' il f Secretary' of supplies J.lfII.

,eraon.1 sawwUh chin where hit,doesn't matter Zipper Jackets heavy weight$5.50 Wool at urday.' I A. W Anderson Our;local funeral home enables us to

? .,.a passing throat .oaB.je if you live in an apartment STUMP'S.Miss Maiden form Brassieres and i Secretary of spiritual life offer conveniences and services. not

O house or on a farm-work in an Betty Shaw is a new member garter belts at STUMP'S. I Mrs. I. P. Shepherd otherwise available.We ..

|Iran l an editorial on how we office or a cornfield-the American of the Matt of the Lady Fair Mrs M. F.. Frailer! of Jacksonville !. Secretary'of literature Mrs.
Wood. furnish the service at the lowest price ar4
of city "slickers"-a over- tradition of quiet home life, temperate Beauty Shop. She owned and operated was a guest Sunday at the A. Vghes.) : type
> 11
a wiseacres, only Interested habits, and neighborlinesa ( her own shop In Buffalo, home other. brother J. B. Rowe.H. -- I accept ANT life insurance policy In force Issued by ANT company

money and spending: it Is common to all of us. N. Y., at one ,time, and later op- I* Starling left Tuesday for Fresh stock of excellent typewriter as payment In part or in full on a funeral. Consultation I t ,
atg ribbons at THE TELE-
erated at Clearwater Beach for Miami, where he will reside permanently curies no obligation. ".
|jht dub GRAPH. .. ,..
'F r F. W
two before to having
I years coming ray ntly accepted

let Is if we got to know each Starke. a position there. His family .. _. .- _. ,,
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find .e',. not .. -.-- -----"--.--1- '--_. : : :! .
f wed probably -- -
Milton Brownlee and daughter will Join him there in a few

Catherine, of Gainesville spent I months.

Copyright,1947,United Stares Brewnt FoundationCLASSIFIED Sunday here with Mrs. J. M. I HOOVER Sales A Service The

Brownlee. ,only outlet for 'uroulna parts
Mrs. Rhetta Shad of Jackson '. Phone 120. Smith's Garage. U

ville was a weekend guest of Mr. Mrs Carrie Ingram was the DRESS

[ and Mrs, R. A. Weeks. guest Sunday .of Mr. and Mrs. SPECIALi

Miss Dorothy White spent' Paul Stewart, In Brooker.' ,

Thursday and Friday of last week, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cook''' visited
OUR CAR w. have a new in Jacksonville as guest of her
CO auto radIo Immediate FOR SALEONE relatives In Albany, da., last
lIatlon. A. low a. 142.50. NEWBEDROOM: residence slater Mrs. C. W. Savage. weekend. ; I!I'

['HERD' Madison RADIO street SERVICE, Starke. just completed Friends of Mrs R. S. Fernandezwill Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick Sr., i
I at tt ouTxinu! wHITE PttvT' is QAI.SemlUloHH learn with regret that she and W. D. all of ,
|4 gal White enamel Hope Waycroat !
'4 50 ffnl, Other OHlx8( at low prlcon. fell at her home Monday recelv- Ga., spent Sunday visiting Mr. OVER 200 DRESSES TO CHOOSE FROM! :

VOCE FARM. CITY AND 13,LtTMI.JIl.BO70 lx:Window, I.e.complete Sx*.. Sx a fractured right arm as a resultof and Mrs. C. H. Quick, Jr.
; :
MSS PROPERTY Plumbing Fittings, VI In. Ply Wood; the accident. She Is now at Double blankets 5 percent
Pine FlnarlnaHook Shelves the: home of her son-in-law and
FIMHH: LIVE White Cement, wool $4.50 at STUMP'S.Mr. .
Olans Block Sand. daughter. Dr. and Mrs. J. War- and )Ir.. Al Krltmeyer ) VaIues UP N
L ALSO Concrete Pipe; Concrete ren Kaufman and will be kept ,,1 $16.95* Nt i
Thelma .Rhoden and
Miss Clayton
| STRi3UT'ELI:: a REAL Blocks, all sixes: pipe step .tore, from het duties at the Starke TONOW i:
house floor
piers ; Cement! Rock Wise spent Sunday in Ocala with
r.rralrmt .advertiser rose. Mortar Steel Window. Paint I t
Mix ; post office for several! weeks. includeda "II
: try property. Haa Mind over oil and Block Paint: Concrete Floor friends. Their trip also
| Mlrn, of If omeo- Karma complete; Dump Truck Hauling Outing, Yellow Homespun visit to Silver Springs. e41eci i
a*. Bsrers free all..... tko One Skll-Haw new.LO'1'1I and beautiful Prints at .
t Free open ll.thpSTROUT I Von II..LICI100 up 150 Mrs. W. H. Williams spent : ;
REALTY AGENCY doW, $20 mo. In city limits..KKlltl. STUMP'S. Thursday and Friday of last week r.e" ; j jCOC
$ 00 %
< I Represented Locally By .>PI>lll> KKOICiWKIORINV! roe _
J. Moorlce' F.l v.rd. phase V4NSURANCB Barefoot and Mrs A. E. McKIn- Hundley, who is 111 in St. Vin LJ y
118 So. Walnut St. ney spent. Wednesday cent's Hospital In Jacksonville I ) I,
-I writ all llnei sonville.Mr. I
having recently undergone an op- ,
fire, automobile, liability, and and Mr. R/F. Young went ,
ULT S. P. ROWELI. Spiritin life. See me for your Insurance eration. //I II
t. Medium, and H.ale'1'l' needs. N. D. WalnwrlKht Jr., 129 last Sunday to Ocala where they Mrs. Ruby Johns and son L. M. ,,
Cnimtjr licensee. I you W. Call St., Phone J64. tt attended the Golden Wedding An \\I
Luther Clark plaa a ml. N. : IGaines,were the overnight guestsIn
Stark. on R*. 200. Look for FOR SALE) Fin acond-runnr niversary of Mrs. Young's parental. Williston Saturday of Mr. and III'

n. tt Missionary strawberry plants, 18 Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Love. Mrs. W. R. Alvarez and spent
thou.and and you pull them. Mian Wanda Pearce, of Tallahassee 4 ,
SALIOn.room! house, un- n T. Box 94. Sanford with Sunday In Cedar Key.
nlihed; on.roorn house, fur. ; rpph"onn.Rhl 11-7 atp spent laat weekend Miss Ruth Heilbronn of Jacksonville .
i,d Immediate possession. In- her mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce.
n III Center St. Starke. wall a guest Saturday -
FOR RENT-Attractive, clean furnished S -
8tp Elms ,
of Miss
unfurnished night; Sunday / .
and apartments FROMsmptoms t ,.
Desirable location. QUICK RELIEF
very close In. HIckey.
No Refunds No ExrhanKm All
:MATTRESSES No children.objection-Mr. and to well Mrs behaved W. H. .f Dlatrcn Arising from New shipment of Ladies'Dresses

OF ALL KINDS Stark Nollman, 201 W. Madison St.tf STOMACH ULCERS sizes 9 to 52, at Hair; Final .

DUE TO EXCESS ACIDFr. Perry Newsome spent last
BOATS ft TRAILERS 12 and 14 '
ft. plywood 48-ln. beam custom ...... .ll...fHoin.Tr atin.ntthel Friday in Gainesville. I

cftm made .boats at Gassett 4t Bros.Starke 11-il., Must Helper_ It Will Cost You NothingOver : Mrs L O. Powell left Thurs ,, ytAd; l i lOtfi Ii

throe. million bottles of the WH.LASD day of last week for Columbia, ,.
TSJBATMSNV tlawo.btien sold for repel nfsTniptnmaofiltarnmarUilnil Robbins"The '
HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS> from ........." S. C., where she was called by WII"III-JJnOJlf'n
available on Klng-l"y !**.. For and Dutf.ffal Ulcers due to KMCSBS Acid_ illness of her sister Miss '
the All 1\
Information sea Btarke Chambero PeM DI.......... Ceiir or Upset atemaeh.QsMlmu. Day Thursday '1IP. ,'
FURNITURE: Commerce. tfKINNI'JY'S Hearlkurn. *:'eeple> .e Asia).Hold on 15 liny' Irlfl! ,
dun' tojliuss Mrs. Guy Sale .spent Monday In
REUPHOLSTERED REST a CONVALES. Aok for "Wlllsrs's M_.." which fully Of Itoct-mlMT Only
AND REFINISHED CENT home, Kln..I..y Lake. Itorm..r explains. this treatment. -free-a, Jacksonville. ',

Drop U. A Card Larry' Place).. experl.ncelnurse. flood food KO.CII DRUG STORE Mia Madge Drownlee, who la a Store Of Values g

\riJJGS' MATTRESS CO. quiet, IItlrroundln.For information .ee t".r student at Montreal College, N Qn

Box 230 Fla. write S. Kinney, Del.Starke C., spent last. weekend at the
Palatka .
"ha 4tp-11.9 ..
HOSIERY BARGAINS home of her parents Mr and Mrs,, .. -= --. ..'- _. :- -- ::. .. .. .-.1" 'C'S;;

FOR SALE! H. L. Brownlee.
It '
WHITE BOYS and one 001d 'ISat'ul'day
boy wanted to deliver Miami 1 Blonds Bed Room Suite Completewith Ladies All Wool Coat Suit
Mattress for II, resrular2IJn
sir pairs
Spring ANKLET! -lt
K raid lr) Dnhmer'a dally and Gift Sunday pap..r.pi 8.. lied SpringA, Mattress.BanSueM'n" value. For Infants (Iris. orladles. $16.05!); to $18.95. sizes 9 to
... .
Assorted colors.LADtBH t
12-B ,? Table 4 Six Chairs 41. at STUMP'S.Mr. & Monday
1 Radio' Table. lIOSE-4 pairs for $1. Inc and Mrs. Frank Pickard recently ; i
ALE-Tled'a Place, t ml. north White EnRm..lI..d Coal or WoodRanlC. value. Choice of miml-sheer. seam- returned from Okmulgee,, rvlrYEEK ,
Starke. Reasonable. Inquire at a Months Old.I l..ss rayun. 1 or fullseam aervloe
ce Up 11-11 8t Porch Furniture. weight cotton. Fall shade. Okla., where they were guests of '" HOPE CHESTS
kern-I I L Wood Cast Iron Heater. relatives for several days.Mr. ,
for It.
BALK-hwge importer Ploclc House, almost 1 Acres MPN'S COTTON BOX-8 pairs
'I frlKrator In A-l condl- 8 Room of Lund, 1300 Ft -on Slate Highway lila value. Medium weight long and Mrs. A. C. Durden ol
tlnn. Complete with vegetable 100 fine opportunity for style or short-elastic top. Assorted Tampa '''recently arrived at the
,k. ..... .
See Man", R. nll..ln. colors.JIHN'3
The Watkins Alsowith
Handers. or writ. box S21. nut above S'urnUuM. home of their daughters, Mrs. J.,
BOX-5 fl..TOO
.rice Zip 11-28. 18,18| Hutment with ConcrjteBlock. .. DRC3S Fine rayon pair long or W. Kincaid and Mrs. O. L. Beaa- "

It RENT "POWDKR BOX" let Hnuse.. 8W on Mile"uth Right below of Stark.M Stanleys vnort value elastic top. Assorted Imperfeots.l'loue ....lors.Hosiery .. ley where) they plan to remainfor With .J ,

'rnl.h.a Three Rauinn and Hllnoh. Large< Sign noltp 1119ynrNii state are dace slight want.... the winter montha.noy' RI..lnar.
''*''' Large (laraa-e Couple i Wool-Jackets $4.50,,
I fly J. T. QtiluUy. It No COD'8. We Pay Parcel Poi Tray
LA Dr aged lfJj.'o Ilk.Jb : sizes!' 8 to 16 at STUMP'S.Mr. .
; 8ALK-One (."..n-.oom house raring, Inr G.n.- Mrs. and Mrs. Albert Mixon and
"1 Ellen Lalanne, Dish
Jiii-ksnnvllUt highway with rv SECURITY .
rte 4 Btarke.urirko. son Darrow spent Sunday
'.II houses in on back. rl'd.aai COMPANY in Alachua visiting at the Card Tables 3.95

tourist"h surh court. Hncrlflce at alt l l old limps at 'VANTEn-Famll"6-month-.ld eon by will the week. P. o. ,nox ao-jn ii..'. "IT It home of Mr. and Mrs. Pharrlt Sampson Walnut FlnUh ,
' ,
Also' KtIIILI.lt
J beautiful .evenroomacrosit reasnnahly Write.Box 44. Mixon. .. .
r II F r
Itp r.
;r. afreet from city Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wells of
Contact D. O. Kelly 214 N $49.95
' :." ;1at.., p. U. Alux $41.ark. : SRCONG RUNNERS for ...1... Price Jacksonville were guest over the EXTRA SPECIAL 3 PIECE
up I..ht.-o. C. Cason Hlark. ItP d weekend of Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
it SALE:-stov* wood cheap If, In11FliH la : l.F for 11101. PaterFOR -. Wells. H tur "u ..on'.. Bed Room Suit 69.50 .
*><1.err Hartmann'It yourself. Manufacturing Uood clean S .oom. ORDER YOUR Sheriff A. O. Andreu and daughter -
New" apt .
;jAsk for A. RENT and bath all M... tta F. Dlnklna were in 29.95TOYS
Hart.manni.pr : entrance
private ,
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a Baptist Church their singing, but the amazed e/ e e e e e e e the State Farm and are snugly Spirit" with Rex Harrison and Girl" with Charlie Barnet and

looks spreading over their faces tucked In their trailer again. We Constance Cummlnga.
Newsy Orchestra, and "Oklahoma Raid.
,"Messiah Is Dead" Is the title caused the rest of the congregation New River surely missed them while they I
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 29. era" with Tex flitter and Fuzzy
of the message to be broughtthis to turn, with one accord,i were gone
Sunday morning by Rev L. to ascertain the source of the AND LONG BRIDGEBy I Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of 30, the double bill will be "Ideal Knight J

ark's Episcopal D. Haines, pastor of the First commotion. The car rolled serenely Jennie' Lee La/enoy QaineavlUe were visiting here I ,

L Prayer and Baptist Church. It will be the down the aisle to a park- . one day last week. They were Plate Lunches Regular Dinners I
Morning fourth In a series of messages Ing space and the Sponsor went thrilled at their Blue Lupin crop
| 11 a m Church SchoolS I entitled, "November News from forward to welcome the occupants NEW IIOMK:: : STARTED which la making a beauttlful Short Orders
the New Testament". who were unable, due to The O. B. Moodya are contemplating blue-green 45 acre carpet.

\ W Creasey, Minister. At 7:30: o'clock the Happy physical disabilities' to alight, a new home In tho very Lee and Evelyn Braller of SandwichesSoft'Drinks .f t
future. have
Hour will bring the but remained in the car and near They Lake Butler were visiting the ,
request per- down the main of their house
Itian took In the service part Lacenbys Sunday afternoon
Church iod for favorite hymns and cho- part by
ruses as led quoting Scripture. and have begun rebuilding It. Charley Cowan of the V.. ofF QUICK HKHVICH!
by the
with I
M. Dixon Their kitchen and dining room, spent the weekend here with I CLEAN ATaiOSPIIKItn J
gw. i. the piano and organ duo, Mrs. The last week's services were which was built In an L shape his wife.
10 !no W. R. Morse enhanced the of ,
1 school- a. and Mrs. E. C. by presence Dr from the house Is being used as
Worship-11 a. m. Mann, Jr. Following the even- John McNeill of Washington, D.
i the home while work Is going on.
you to build a .
C., who Is welcome -
,g Service-7:30 p. m. Ing message, "Meet FloridaBaptists" always a Very Their furniture la stored with quick fire and you have that l
Meeting Wednesdaym. the Ordinance of Baptism guest. their con-ln-law. Troy Dukes. The bed of red hot coals and aro determined DOOR TO.; PARK THEATRE r !
r The program to be given on plane for the house are four Bobby Odom Dub Rhoden
will be administered.The to use kerosene (Instead .
Thanksgiving night is being rehearsed rcomi with a hall leil'.nf: out of of splinters), you'd better r
public, friends, members,
( and promises to be one the
th"t living room, on thriug pour about a spoonful In a
and visitors are welcomed at all of the best ...
yet.Methodist two back bedrooms. Thi hall will small area and then strike a ....--.
services. "Visit the church with open right on to the kitchen match to that. Then, pour the .r- .--1 _
the Visiting Pastor". Church pi'l'h. which will rt..u It* L other kerosene after the blaze
shapo. The outside finishing will begins. It's those hot coala that I

At The TabernacleIt Sunday, Nov. 23, has been set he coiiposltlon! br.cn; e. lug cause explosive force which us-

aside as American Bible Society Dick Carrol of Jacksonville hada ually burns people to death; if
la not out of the ordinary Sunday and Rev. W. J. Church- bad accident'last week while at you have a blaze, the terrific l

DRY for unusual things to happen at well, pastor of the First Methodist work as a mechanic on a large "puff" Is reduced. Just a 'tiny ti c' lt
etUillW 1 the Tabernacle, but Sunday afternoon Church, will speak on "Th truck. An electric wire went bit of kerosene lit at first may t
at the beginning of the Soul of the Gospel, at the morn "haywire" and caused the motorto save,you t

ITS BEST Bible School an extra surprising Ing hour. The Bible Society Is start .upjj which .caught his Correction: In last week's
event took place. While advocating daily Bible readingand
the hand and cut'two fingers almost column it stated that Mea-
"bf Your; children were singing choruses family altars and Is giving third
Life Clothes for off and badly mashed the dows Anderson was buy pulling
Bible book marks
doors reading
Ids On The CARE suddenly swung open to He haa been,.unable to work this cars out of "hogs" with his trac "
the from %
and In rolled an automobile period Thanksgiving DINNER
carrying -
Feceire. All Gars two Christmas. week. tor. He begs that this be cor-
Carefully HAND children passengers The Mrs. Jay Moody and Mra. Joe rected In order to atop the lines I AT .
bravely withEXPERT t
Finished kept on arranged Moody were recent visitors In of "hogs" being brought to his
Tampa. They visited Jay'a sister, house by reader of the columnfor ,I
clock with W. H. Nollman and 4VIE I
Lola (Mrs.- Cecil Alchedlak). the above miracle to be
i HOB lNE 109 A. D. Martin the Membership Mrs. Pledge,'John and children performed. "Neither," said he .
Committee of the church In dinner with business to -l\IENU-
enjoyed a birthday "am I soliciting pull
charge. The Junior Choir will Mrs. Johns' mother Mrs. N. A. cars out of BOOS for they .I ..1
be heard and the pastor will\ Conner, at M way Sunday. keep me up at nights now." If Baked Fresh Young Turkey

speak on the 'Book of Books". Mr. and :Mrs. Wilbert Mann you do get bogged down, how- ,
iHFC EANER eNKdf Bible Story Hour each Tuesday \ and daughter; Marion, of Ocala ever, send him word and we'll Petit Pole Pta Manned Potato
afternoon at 2:30: and 3:30: were visiting Mrs. Mann's par bet on his helping you out! I

[Washington St.. Starke ; two Prayer sessions Meeting'' each Wednesday ents. :Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johns Well 'It's funny how people Fresh Vegetable Salad
Sunday. get around here without boats. '
at 7:30.Pre.byterian: Jay Moody' and. son Edward If we 'can just hear of a cane
visited his brother, Vernell Moodyin grinding (In time) we bunch up Homnmade Buttermilk

a : Church Tallahassee Saturday. He and go. We don't "sit back" on
REPAIRS Rev. John Warren Kaufman, states that'Vernell Is no longer account of not being Invlted- or Tea '
1 Minister hospitalized but Is up going a- wo just got The bigger the
ELECTRIC APPLIANCES round. crowd, the lea syrup the own- llomomado Pumpkin Pie ,k ,
Morning Worship and Sermon those who participated In I
Among er has to cook and worry with. '
11 o'clock. The Christian Sab- the covered dish supper, given by Merritt that, but I '
We specialize In refigerttors, washIng (Told Frank Ambrosia
reminder of the Homemade Cake and j' !
bath Is a weekly the veterans' vocational agricul- he didn't agree!) Ask Red Andrews or
machines, toasters, fans, waffle Resurrection of Jesus Christ from ture class In Lake Butler Wed- -he ground this week. ft t tI I II

Irons, vacuum cleaners Irons, eta the grave. Like Easter Day each nesday were Seeber and Beulah We believe In being thoughtful, I, If
Sabbath should bring to us all Mae Meadows and Vondle
don't we?
"Where A Guarantee Means Something'STEWART'S the reminder of the survival of Anderson, Fonnle Crews and Jesse Ward Mr. f
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Served 12-2 6.8 $2.00. E
the soul after death and of a new ; t
APPLIANCE SERVICE Lee Lazenby. Meadows has recently and Mra Guy Flnhoteter and r

life more beautiful than the Im- enrolled In this class and daughter, Vivian, attended services ... .. .
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agination of man can conceive. has found It very valuable, especially at New River Church last
Death ends man's slavery to sin In the work shop which Is Sunday. :

and the Resurrection assures us well equipped and la still being Sorry Kate Sheppard didn'thave !
of the good new life to all who better equipped.. He says that her barbecued chicken recipe JOYNER'S MARKET
believe In Christ he has worked In this shop for ready for us this week. Be
Let UsULE'YOUR Sunday School at 9:43 In the two afternoons and has caughtup lookln for It next week. I
Chapel. some work which has neededto 225 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE FLA. 'I ':

Westminster Fellowship meetsIn be done for months. He thinks Sonja' Henie Film RHODA DAMPIER F. G. HEMINGWAY I
the Chapel at 5:30.: 'Marlon Mc- that those power machines will GROCERY SIDE MGR. MARKET :
Rae will be the hostess. be Invaluable toy: the class If they Coming To ParkOne OWNER I' \1 I Iv
SEAT The Thanksgiving service at 8 use them enough.
P. M. on November 26 will be preceded Mra. Le.ter-Johns and children, i of the most unusual films Fresh Country p
by a Friendship Supper Mr. and Mrs. Beland Johns of of the season, "Time Out of BLEACH
from 6 to 7:30 In the Chapel. Ware Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert I Mind", from a novel by Rachel SAUSAGE60clb. :
all asked to bring a covered Manning of Ocala and W. N. i Field, author ot "All This And
3 Seasons Of Successful Meat CuringBy dish with us at six o'clock. Johns enjoyed a birthday dinner Heaven, Too" will open at the

with Mrs.. Lester Johns' mother, 'Park Theatre Sunday for a three- lie
PENTECOSTAL, IIOLINESS Mrs Mary Whitehead of Ralford day run. Phyllis Calvert, Robert Qts. -
The Same Operator Who Cured CHURCH Sunday. Hutton, Ella Ralnea, and Eddie .

10th St. and Temple Ave. Carl Nettles went to Cedar Albert have the leading roles. -

Your Meat The First Season Our Cold Sunday School 9:43: a. m.; Morn- Keys one day this week and Next Tuesday and Wednesday Dixie Lily flog t
will be
back lots of real fresh the Park's double feature
Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic brought
Services 7:30: p. m. Everyone mullet. "Sun Valley Serenade" with Sonja :

Storage Opened Is Your Guarantee Of welcome. AIr and Mrs. Carl Thomas have Henle, Orchestra John Payne and and Glen"Blithe Mil MEAL or GRITS LARD
ler's ,
-Rev. David Curlee, Pastor. recently moved Into Mrs. W. T. ,
Granger's house. I
Highest Quality Frank Merritt ground a boilingof 51bs.49c
REAL ESTATE syrup this week. Sorry we COLDSLIQUID 3 1-2 lb. 1.30

List your property for sale didn't all know about It. MaybeIt MIDICINE IS BETTER 6 Ibs. 2.10

with me. I have sold many would have been half a boilingof GM ifM-MCMrf. ,.... A Co,. "Mi..,(.. vt* $44 Gerber's
piece of property and have syrup! Let us all know next MM IwSMtMlh.*LquMCoU. .w r__to..to tk.U.So
many prospective buyer A time, Frank, and we'll all save LIQUID Rib

Starke Ice Co. qtiare deal !Is guaranteed. A you from cookln' yourself down 666 COLD eo.-PftirAftAPURE _Mf.YsM Food I
fair commlSHlon Is all that I require. when a few friends gathered can ROAST38cU

A. a member of the relieve you. I
Realty Board yon may be Mra. Jay Moody went shoppingIn

PHONE 12 STARKE FLA. assured that I wW representyou Gainesville Monday afternoon OIL 5c Per Can
to the best of my ability Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Granger PRODUCTS8PABK

N. D. WAINWRIOIIT., JR. have moved to Lake Butler. >. :
Realtor. .:- Phone 184 The T. H. Sheppards attended PLUG CLEANING
church at New River and ate din BATTERY CHARGING
ner with Red and Cleo Andrew Good Orla etSTEW
.. Calvin Williams (formerly of
Starke) who haa reenlisted In the
E X P E R TSERVICE Army paratroop division was SOAP :
visiting the Lazenbya Sunday We Also Do
nlgbt. He will be stationed inlet
Pl Bragg, N. O., soon, but has AUTO REPAIRSTENLY'S
several "hops' before he settles 3 bars 2Sc'30cJb.. :
there. Mrs. Williams (Iris Crews)
and the two daughters Sandra and
Sherrle are In Rlnggold.! Ga. with PURE OIL FRESH MIXED NUTS ,

s WI- Calvin's mother. She writes thatIt Service Station
has not snowed yet but a
good frost made Its appearance Temple Avenue Phone 199 AND PECANS

recently. Too, Sandra wakes up
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itlifippolnted each morning because J ,
there's no snow on the I
Chan C. ground. (She's never seen snow).
The A. P. Moores are expecting : -
ShepherdAt their children, Cecil and
Check -ur on the i
the clothes you'll need for Gay's Service Station for Wanda Thankngivlng.and babies up from Miami One Custom -Ma de t

Holidays and send

them to., us., today. 1 h* A. p, Moorej are back from .

'live_ your clothes- ) MATCHING PILLOW'1 ,
treat, your morale a
lift and your budget WHY NOT ENJOY TilE BEST

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us for our pickup ,
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Stone, California, and thence to He is associated with Dr. Geo Mr. and Mrs. Hazel Perry have
HamptonBy Japnn. His many friends are enjoying F. Tlbbita and the Gospel Volunteers taken over the small grocery store I First Bradford War Dead Brought Home
this brief vlHlt with him, of the World. He Is spend- formerly owned by Leland L. Be c.j.
rites for P/c James C. glum, February 28, 1945.: lie
Winter months at Parkof I Military was
:\fr... M. C. Swwney as It !is his first trip home since ing the denbaugh.Mr.
the Palms, Keystone Heights, Addison' the first of Bradford< born in Bradford County on April ON
enlistment last
his June 4. Cyril and Mrs. C. 1. May and 1E-so,
Pickren, of Gainesville, spent Sun- and was accompanied to Hampton Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux County's war dead to be returned 13, 1923, and before entering the Wny
MAKKMOK ANNOUNCED I): day and Monday at the W. II by Miss Mae Ward, talented were visitors to Jacksonville on from overseas, will be held Saturday Army was a resident of the Pine AM1"RiC.tyO:
Congratulations are extended Maxwell home here. pianist. Saturday Level section. CIIOOSES
afternoon at 2 o'clock from
to Mr. and Mrs. Middle-ton Prevail METHODIST MEETING Mrs. J. T. Guy has been spend- Mrs. Mamie Mead was hostess the Pine Level Baptist Church. He was the son of the late Wil- NQT TO b
on their marriage last Tues- PltOOKKSSINO ing the pat week with friendsIn < to the Woman's Missionary Society Rev. W. E. .Hall will be the officiating liam M. and Beflsle Canon Addisonand "Alcohol |is
day, November 11, in Waycroa, The Revival Services being held Boynton.Mrs.. and twin, at the Baptist Church on Wed- minister, and intermentwill is survived by five brothers dr.ttucNre
Geraldine Hooten
Ga. Mrs. Prevatt is the former each night at the Methodist and Anne, of nesday afternoon of last week. be in Dyal Cemetery with full and five sisters, including Ray- brain stctur, 'oro
Betty Jean Atlkins, eldest daugh- Church under the leadership< of daughters Betty recent of, The subject discussed was "Peo- military honors. A picked squad mond Addison and Mrs. Roy'Johnson 1 do
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ad- Dr. and Mrs R. T. Bouts are Mrs. Hoolen's were sister, Mrs.guests Wilson' ples of Africa". A coffee course from the local National guard both of Starke. I nut hate mare brilaH
klrw. and Mr. Prevatt Is the Ron progressing nicely with the spe- was served at the meeting's con- Company will fire the ,traditional The body, accompanied by a, I need:.
a of Joe Prevatt of South Starke. cial Instrumental music a great, F.Mr.May.and Mrs. J. G. Sykes and. ., salute, and pall bearers will be military escort, wilt arrive here
NEW ARRIVALMr. attraction. The Hout are located children, Lewis, Shirley and Sharon Mr. and'Mra., Clarence Cooper members of the local American at 9:33: o'clock Friday morningand >rlila Com,(
and Mrs. W .A. Saxon, Jr., in their ,attractive trailer were visiting relatives in and children' and Mr. and Mrs. Legion and VFW Posts. arrangements are in charge: Oft
announce the arrival of a Ron, adjacent to the church grounds, Brunswick, Ca., recently Frank Thorns/ and aon James Pfo Addison was killed In Bel- of DeWitt C Jones: I

William Alvah Saxon, 11[, on Sat- and Monday morning; were visitors Mrs. Wilma Medlock and her attended the circus in Jackson- -...-...... 1181I .....in -. i i im'ni.imn.' ..BHiii.isnta.iirtii ,mi-,. -.... -
urday, Nov. 19: in Shadycrest to the school, where they daughter Marilyn spent the past; ville last week. - -
Hospital, Starke. Mrs. Saxon wan' spoke at assembly.. weekend her with relatives. I Mrs. Preston County Health Jane Parker'sBetter'Tlan E'verFruit '-"
formerly Miss Lucille Greene, City Hall Being Razed Mrs. Ellen Russ' of Lake City, Nurse, was at the School last
daughter of H. C. Greene. Is tho guest of Mr. and< Mrs. T. week giving Immunization vac-
: The old two-story City Hall C. Chastain this week. Mrs. Russ cinations to pre-school and young 5 lb. CAKE
rVT.MAXWELL ON PVRLO UGH and Recreation Center Is being has been visiting her brother, !in school children. Tho vaccinationswere Cake
Pvt. Bruce S. Maxwell, popular torn: down this week, as it was Shadycrest Hospital In Starke for diphtheria, smallpox and ort.A Y
young HahipfanlteV home condemned as unsafe for public this week, where he Is a patient. typhoid fever.
0,1 Armistice Day from Fort Ben .tr Full of Luscious rm
functions. A more modern building Wednesday of last week Mr.
nlng, Ga., where he completed his of one-story will be erected on and Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaugh- Come to- the Bradford County J
'Training in the Airborne Corps of the same site In the near"future. Mrs. K. B. Watterson were shop 'Telegraph for your office Sup-
the Army and "received his ping In Palatka. ;. plies. Rubber bands pencils, carbon
r "Wings" on ,November 8. Gordon L. Purdy' Interesting -
Pvt. gave an \ Jimmy Newsom of Hallbronn paper legal forms, etc. We
:Maxwell Is on a 14-day furlough address:at ,the Youth Springs spent Thursday here with have a large npply. E.

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Off Cooking T/m .-i G.nwfi.. Imitation Vanilla, pt. 19c Our Market Specials
it fss x China .
Completely Fitted Ann Page
SALT AND Egg Noodles 5 S to 8 lb.Picnic Small
; oz. 9c.
12.95' Jtfl i I TOILET CASE PEPPERS Hams 47c T-Bone Steaks I"!2c
T. rretty UpV
M 5.95 \o t
.nr Steve 8 oz. ,9e
Pressure Cooker r s Smoked Brisket or Rib
flaf e, easy to me. Makes 1 i. Handsome sliespikln leather ease 1.39 I'ork Beans Boston Butts 49c Beef Stew 31c:
f food lock better, taste "1 with beautiful matched ittlugs j, In Tom. Sauce, 2 for 25c
bctt.r and saves pr*> everything he n..ds. Three-side ilpyer Big and colorful chant _. _.._
clous ."*. -'.. '
T41' rs ot genalne Bti.z
-l- I .In IONA
I Center Cut; FI."h Tender
>> -
" .,--- ----- _ _ _ _ __ _ _ Tomatoes, No. 2 can "15c Pork Chops 64c Pork.. Liver 35c
't - - - - .- - -
"' Sultana KIDNEY BEANS -
nym !; ---

. i,iiiif.lJ. BRIGHT IDEAS fO Strvamflnocl Styling. floaty Spoodyl Lb. can '2, for 25c Swifts Premium Beef Liver 55c:

(IJ, -.... GIFTS ftf-lnch front W.....
In Chili Gravy, 2 lor'25e
Ann Page IS 3-4 o*.

' I I 12.5O 14.95' Spaghetti, 2 for 25c \

i. aloes SsN-mini-yoall eoff. ...r,. time have Ivory deli i D's a 1HIaQJ'I..IhrI1., lona 0_ 10 1-a'Ox. TOMS
plait iO sad frame with brighk baked Lb. ,
gleaming ehroHe. : Tomato Puree, 9e 49c
,i' t-n p. enamel finish. :BaU-bearte r

I, pedato and heavy rubber A P No. Yellow Cora

ELECTRIC HEATER 8.70 tires. Wh.le Kernel 20c HENS
Per lots of ht
11-laaA tefleeter. - - - Grapefruit Juice 46 19c "
-W oz. Lb. 59c
r" OF' - - - 31
No. 1 Fruit Cocktail 27c
Marvelous Gift for Your ''''01'11. lady A II,. Sngln* with Everything .;r..4-
11.on Q Junior


39.95 Home
19.95 GROWING MASH, 25 Ibs. 1.38 1221b.17c
JJItinIJ'new.Boasts bakes y It's got the works-two Bread, 1
pan broils fries boils and ladders, hand rails*bell,
-all to perfeotlonlWUM bumper and wtndahi I& -
Ibs bur rr
camel and pol1 h.4 ZUght-lnch wheels with 1.49
Jvmianm. :pig enough. for a rubber tins.Foe children Rolls 8 for 15C:
>>pollJ14 turk.,. .. two to a... WALDORF Made, ; _
1 ,

z. I 7 C ,Roll With Angel Food Cake

.1t".1 1 TISSUE I Fluff 10 oz. 39c


:. Firestone Home & Auto Supply : A&P Food StoreDOUGHNUTS

600 Temple Ave. J. P. ROBERTS,'Owner STARKE, FLA. The Great Owned; Atlantlo'.t and Operated Pacific By Tea Co.

300-303 East; Call Street;
w Starke, Florida 19c
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: I here, before leaving for Camp Fellowship meeting last Saturday. relatives and friends. I I Military Rites Will Honor Pfc Addison,

Stone, California, and thence to lie Is associated with Dr. Geo. Mr: and Mrs. Hazel Perry have

HamptonBy Japan. His many friends are enjoying F. Tibbits and the Gospel Volunteers taken over the small grocery store First Bradford War Dead Brought Home we c.I:;

thin brief vlnlt with him, of the World. He Is spend formerly owned by Leland L. Be-I Military rites for Pfc James C glum, February; 28, 1945. He was
as It Is his first trip home since ing the Winter months at Parkof denbaugh.Mr. .
Mrs. M. C.
Swf.'t'nl'Y of Bradford born in Bradford County on April ONE
his enlistment lest June 4. Cyril the Palms, Keystone Heights, and Mrs. C. L. May and Addison, the first 1tF.\SOx 11'
to I dead to be returned 13, 1923 and before entering the 111'AIERIC'X
Plckren, of Gainesville, spent Sun- and was accompanied Hampton Mr, and Mrs. J. G. Lamoreauxwere County's war :

MAimiXGK ANNOUNCED day and Monday at the W. H. by Miss Mae Ward, talented visitors to Jacksonville on from overseas, will be held Saturday Army was a resident of the Pine' fOt'11

Congratulations are extendedto Maxwell home here. pianist. Saturday.Mrs. afternoon at 2 o'clock from Level section. CHOOSES rRT

Mr. and Mrs. Middleton Pre METHODIST! MEETING Mrs. J. T. Guy has been spend Mamie Mead was hostessto the Pine Level Baptist Church He was the son of the late William Ti D"Alenhol

vatt on their marriage last Tues PROGRESSING. ing the post week with friends the Woman's Missionary Society Rev. W. E. Hall will be the officiating M. and Bessie Cason Addison II

day. November 11, In Waycroas, I The Revival Services being held i In Boynton. at the Baptist Church on Wednesday minister, and Intermentwill and Is survived by five brothers drtrocare
Ga. Mr. Prevatt Is the former each at the Methodist Mrs. Geraldine Hooten and twin afternoon of last week. be In Dyal Cemetery with full and. five sisters Including Raymond brain sttel'ture, TefopSI
night daughters, Detty and Anne, of Addison and Mrs. Roy Johnson I
Betty Jean Arlklns. el
of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adklns. Dr. and Mrs R. T. flouts are Gainesville were recent guests of ples of Africa". A coffee course from the local National guard both of Starke. I more bjI
Hooten's ulster Mrs. Wilson
and Mr. Prevatt Is the son progressing nicely with the special Mrs. was served at the meeting's con- Company will fire the traditional The body accompanied by a n'etl."

of Joe Prevatt of South Starhe. Instrumental music a great P.Mr.May.and Mrs. J. O. clusion...........tOo"' ''' .", ", lIalute and pall bearers twill, beAdll mp.lta.ry.s'i9h,; whit r.tr.O-! herefamily 'L L1.M.Iw

NEW ARRIVALMr. attraction. The flouts are located children, Lewis, Shirley 't-Y

and Mrs. W .A. Saxon, Jr., in their attractive trailer ron, wore visiting rf SYke8\--\

announce the arrival of a son, adjacent to the church grounds Brunswick, Ca.,' o.s.1
and Monday morning were visitors -
William Alvah Saxon, III on Saturday Mrs. Wilma

Nov. 13, in Shadycrent to the school, where they daughter, Marilyn spent the t Page 8-B BRADFORD:" COUNTY TELEaRAPH. .8TAICKK. .FLORIDA FRIUIY. > |

Hospital, Starke. Mrs. Saxon was spoke at. ,assembly. weekend here with relatives. ._ .._ .. .. .

formerly Minn Lucille Greene, City Hall Being Razed Mrs. Ellen\ RUBS of Lake O: i, one cup of scalded milk and( spent Sunday with Mrs. 11. lun.IUI"i"II'IH..

daughter of H. C. Greene. U the guest of Mr. and Mr 'Hi'l'illy stir well. Lastly 3 tbpa pf melt- dalk's mother., Mia. Annie. Brown N4A1., ,41.fly .

MAXWELL.' The old two-story City Hall\ C. Chastaln this week. Mrs. D Clay( i ed butter. This gives the 'pie a uC r.oatclraln. T. Lurllle AsPunour 0.C,
and Recreation Center Is being has been visiting her brother glaze on top when cooked. This . "I A Itf, nor ""IC I"'drum a.r'li'[
Pvt. Bruce S. Maxwell, popular torn down this week it In Sti M hf
as was Shadycrest Hospital I.nra Burgess' makes two pies. Put them In

young HafrtfrtofilteVarrived home condemned as unsafe for public this week, where he Is a pall Ponca, Nebr.Wherein the plo sheila and bake at 450( Graham t VI'0tl\ '\.' 'VI.UltJU\1 I Olll'r\ .\I
o.i Armistice Day from Fort Ben- f :t'I' .
/ functions. A modern of last week
more buildingof Wednesday
.,, degrees for ten minutes and I then
ring, Ga., where he completed hisTraining one-story will be erected and Mrs. L. L. FI'alC.s I. ,1I1I11''ln
on Bedenbaugh! min By Mrs. John McKinney Pi.ln I INu.
23 Willis !
323 degrees for about :
toIllI1l' I
In the Airborne of I visit wllli neigh 0eeb4
Corps my 6050 '
the Mrs. K. .
same site In the near future. B. Watterson were si .
r Some do not care for the .
people '
lx the real l
:the Army and received hisWings" ping In Palatka. I >r" and meditate on 0itIlat"
Gordon L pie so sweet so Just add sugar to Otis McKinney has returned AND : .ll'IILIf'Ar\ : :
on November 8. Pvt. Purdy' gave an ,interesting Jimmy Newsom of HellheSprings meaning of our ThankxgMng.- 8't"\n tW' noTtY)1P)l

:Maxwell Is on a 11-day furlough address:;at ,the Youth : spent Thursday here v taste. home fiom Wauchula where he A. Ninlpsfln, ,v Ii.... .n.(.idek, b
r The stormy waves dashed high helpful Hints flan been e.uplo/ud. JW..CB June in1.u. Merchant'< I'rodut G4 ''t I
I ..... rr ) M 1 1I On stern and rockbound coast, N. l'.
T.-.h. :._ .h.. _r""OI.. 0......:. .,_ "" .!'""! h _.,'.\'!"! ,, ." '1 U.._... I .... Here la an easy way to maki. -.: faiafng with ha' brother Yon an.' "'.'llIlrrd to
The woods agnlnst!! the stormy sky' hamburg. Freeze your meal feugtnt :McKinney December, :. 1:11.: In ::;

A Their giant branches tos ed. scraps in the, treozingttray in the An' and Mm! Dudley! lines ofw loaned pl..lnlltt' / "-fleet Meek and. dl.esu.e........' !II i

The heavy night' hung dark l'rgt'rator! and c\Jt\ .' In small! J1..1.ulvllle "ru" gu.sts 01 Hay County TIII"IrI'lIllh shsll pub,'

, The ,hills and wateis oe'r .:eces and grim) Place a slice ..il1" >> l..un.Jily: Order" W Itn.In...next. tlq four hHnd.a..kiI..,
When a band of exiles moored Horace McKinney is spending; "I..idothb.
box cover, In the bottom of yourshopping her\1 I ;. rmk'
their bark this work with his parents, Mr:
bag This gives the baga (Ol"1"ICJ.IIPM.I A J

3UDGST IIPM On the wild New England shore. solid foundation when s you set and Mrs. John McKinney\ ; ,lIy 1.11111. Ag(. ,('h.k','nno, .p,said c

We have all learned this poem it down out shopping. If a stamp i>..II. Hoaalee Rader and children tVlllhnn I' MirKlili,;, PICih
und her brother Peter Radeattended > Cluk Hulls'Io'K, l Incksonvill..
In our reader. but to me It never n't htl..k because of too little Ally fur Plf ,
t Plentyof Time. Oir Je.b ,, wllh'a wet church at Theiesaa Mon- 11.21
grows old. These brave men and glue, wet the stamp
w iUK'i ir 1 '. nxJll
Ill it r
n ght.Jo
to; Pay! Godly women gave us our Thank- bar of toilet soap. It will stick day' <:'o Mt h'I 1 11I11\1 l\
giving. Once a year at least we then when pressed hard. Try this :.n 21 flnncy tu.d son, Horace ('Fll YtVsrren
Mr. and ... W. uinplwli, phlni
were visiting jui
w bow our heads In grateful thanksto lav relish of cranberries: 1 apple Ii try Th'-lmi Hmpliell IM f:
God for our country of Sree 1 orange, 2 cups l: of cranber Jackson In Waldo Sunday. ('...... No. 0131ounmi .
I7 i-niurATn
it om and plenty ries. Put all through the food li '1111 ir. C'i'ltT.-, 1I11\lII'"OIUJ AND NnTIc'l'; "' TO M'l'h.:

It has snowed here twice. I chopper, sweeten to taste and COIN'It. FLOHIUtl IN CIltN- STATE (3F FLORIDA l III,
Th..I'"n'lIl11llh'II.' whom .
f awakened Monday to see the chill. It la a good relish for a tFtlOtis J. Itountt ee. Plaintiff VII Mary arlilrvRii l I.. 4n4S )Mnll, nand
ground white. The whole houseIs change anal good with fowl.' H. Uiiuntrea, Defendant. Cane No. il. You ate requlrfd In aDV
warm as Springtime and if ono Here Is a thought. The problem 51141.OHLER OP PUBLICATION Deui-mlivr ::. 1'MT In ibi

VALUI wants to kno / how, cold It Is outI of friendship la the problem STATE AND .NOTICK Ob KLOKIUA TO APPI3AH lot Wary mimed plaintiff Coin....kA Htul divorce.IAUM 8r w

have to feel the radiator., It It of life' itself. lie who learned to Id.nan.<.... ultomt r.-..lu>nc. in: 39Jfttiy County Tl< Krnph. shall puhlnOiil
'" Wtieet, Man Francisco, Cal- <*r' In next four u.eklr iiWltnvHH I
Is very hot you may well knowIt loveand onlyhas* .learned to !fornta. < inv hund and oldtl
Is cold outside and better put live. I' You are required to appear on at Ht.irke' Plurlilit'' this v.
December 22, 1947, In the above 11) 1947
I love the
on your heavy A Thanksgiving Prayer numrd Court .unit cause, wherein COFf'lelIIF.L) A. J. TlAn
snow at night, so clean and whit, 1 plaintiff seeks dlvortH Bradford Clerk of nil
Our dear Heavenly Fatner we
Lucille C Conner. D C
(nunty Telegraph shall publliih thin' Bv
while the tree cast dark long
thank thee fur every blessing, Order In next four weekly IBBUBB.WltilfHM Charles R. Hess, ini,01 n,
shadows In the light of the street my hand anal official seal I Life HldK,. .knunvllle. Hi
and I the great and small. We thank Thee ,at Htntke, Florida, this November Atty. for {'If. II-tl II
moon. enjoy
1tA JAA for life itself and the chance to I*. 1IH7 I
L 1$ Intrr. I hive been to two of my OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. iv f inn ir' (OIIIT.. RRC D
who had gatherings.One help the hungry, saddened, war- Am Clerk of Thoma"1. C"'lull '\I'r,', PI,OHIIIll n-
neighbors torn countries. We thank Then fly Ltirllle C. c'.,nn..r. I>. C.E {'icesGeorge
was an old lady's birthday Florida W. AilBhendCarrulvn Pllnll
K. Ferryman titarke.
fur friend and freedom of .
our M'
Ready for Trouble Gift for the Lady i party. She Is 89 years old A vtty. for Pit. 11-21 41 11-11 > Kirby
worship and speech. God makesus r ft"eoRJpFH11OP;!; (
lovely person" :' Yesterday I was at i V fulfill1 ('01 R'I', nn.UFOitl) : WBUTAW
.5 my1'- more thankful and to be better (01'1'FLUlun..%-, lr IIAIo-: AND NOTI'-K TO AlW
farewell for near
Dormeyer a party : and! better and love Thee more In ('I.HVramuvl STATE OF FLORIDA to: C..
1 neighbor who Is moving away. Ooldawelg, Flalntlff ,vs. 1'lrhVd.h.nd.;: whose win J
the We thank Thee
coming year.
MOBILITE sold their home too. Ioru title UoldawelfTi Defendant unknown
They have .
LOW 'AS MIXER fir Thanksgiving.; In Jenua name Case No. 6126OKDEK I Yon are iiulred' in MDeiemlipr
Last {Sunday afternoon I went to OF PUBLICATION Sdth 1010 r tb1named
AND"JtJlCi' \\4; ash: It. A-men. I hope you TO .API'EAItS'L'A9.1' Court and n..." '
Allen with Don to the other Mor- .. *
1.25 ,. 111.hne. a happy Thanks&lvinjjt : OP FLORIDA to: 1111'.. plaintiff necks dlolinty \.|
c ( funeral there .. .
tuary. He had a Jortrude Uold.w.ilv. whune re lU'luu ( TeU'ltnlph
1 1i 29.95 I o\II'forever Lura. and addiovn In: Pruttrm ....k.j Order[ In next h.n' w-ekir
i A Always there Monday and went over to make hum! .,'. ''"'
.ry, Kl-17 UuLkawuy Reach Blvd., Wltne my ., I f,
'. when you arrangement The cornfields are a i i. w tiuKuMliy" Mead:, Lung iHlund nt Starke, FlnrM.". Hillllv
j deb.ati enrwhfJ brown and sere Only the alfalfa You are rt-iiutied to appcur on N.w..mh.r. ". .
to 80% iaor. .k14
Jlo ncod It. Op r- '
a n Job, da >urr 19 ,1947, In the above IOFFICI\L.A ;. ; '
anglMl TJ, "OB% itrongert ates from any !I" pieon: pstrhee plcnsr the gentle RisingBy :named; : Court and cause, nhtcivln I rl 1 :
I Widely flatter lead giv.. faster, doe It battedI I J slopes. All this land Is well drained : plaintiff seeks divorce. ITadfnrduunty Hu-llle V; ; h I<' :
to 827; e-trollbattery., with a Uf.tlmt of setUp (' Telegraph hall publish thintU John I. llnnd. ,
up tang agti
all hills beau. Mi
It la
.' ,' as rolling Mrs. Edward Norman O .r In next four weekly IffmieHWltneHa -It.! Aiinui'tlni'' I '
tiful with Its and tree bor- my hand and official seal Atty. for fit
1W1L "L / crops at Stark..' Florida. ,. this November r initiiH.. ...
:LL black 11.111 "
dered streams. The soil Is *
ty, 1947.OKKlCIAt. I' '
: and deep and fertile \MKH: I:. mtiaarr.s: .( HEAL) A. J. Thomas, oi"n ,,; MOI.IIM.f.BhAin.r.l.n.
Cult Hour Chooj ,This for ,It. Man Who Travels l An -lerk of laid Court,I ('Pill' 8HPlftlnilff .. ,7rwn
This saddened
"Off Cooking TIme I have six: letters from Clay community wa Ny Lnclll C. Conner, n. C. *.s., H '
Hill. Mr. Jones, the principal of hy the death of James Edward T. Frank andrum, 8tnrk, Fin VM I..Pniil..'' S' jwIlefondnnl /
lk 4 Pr'ujyers' on ThijrfMay Nov. 13, at Atty .fur Pit. 11-21 4t K-1S (IF'I'IIL"' ",-ATI'
Clay Hill School, went to Gaines 01l1)F.lt .'
/ i Completely Fitted ville three days to a teachers' I.UhllMr.. Drlggem wall well- iinn IT roi=MT.C'OI n55tDFOuID STATE_ AND h(1I1( pj,6RIpt: :C,
known heir, being the son of Mr. L'nIl'K.' wh" ""
TOILET CASE convention. The two remaining : I Y Romamm krn..n ht'lteIRw..hr
12.95 teachers had school. It Is still pnd.! Mm. J. W. Drlggern./ / He was .tana Atklnfton Jnpp, Plaintiff. v.. and BildreM Avenn-hot 1],"|,

.. raining; hard at times out there horn 1 In Fort Myers.. Feb.. 4, 1895.: William Nr>.Harry 6125 Jop>.Jr., 1.11.

'It 5.95 until'the road Is flooded and the and WAS married to Miss Elvlee CR."O OF ('u..c"ndant'l 'r'o'J'.rS'VnJasra the

Pressure Cooker elate children left the bus and waded Norman In 10TO.!. For the pint STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO to: hoe C' -1,1? and.11'1'4-" 'snd. '

i Folks out ten years they had made their William Harry Jopp., Jr.,
Handsome leather- cue water to get home. ofnlnaIla.reelmsnrdrnnnlr.
asy to u... Hak* F ahetptkln residence and address 1 la: Denton' j '"'
food look Ixttcr. tart t with beautiful matched ftttlnnnitds. '- there are preparing for Christmas home at Uthla. Maryland publish|| ,Iaallea
B'&He his' wife he U survivedby You required. to on JiS ."*l
are appear next
better and aarta Winton FarrlMi' of Flftone nan ,
proclous 1..17thIn, he Thr.-side alpp December 19! 1947 In the above % mV brITtdtAn.nAhi
vitamins. .. been to the dentist In Jackson, two daughters Mrs. Ada Keen named Court and caune wherein seal at Htark '1947.

closing.! ville. Some are picking! corn at of Parrlsh Fla., and Miss Lou plaintiff seeks divorce, restoration IIIIV of November N of NIl'
of maiden name and ouBtody of IOFFIl'tAL Clerk < '*
- - - - - - Clay Hili. There Is no report el( Fva: Dilggcrs of LltIlR'tW() sons. minor child. Bradford County Te1.- A. n, c
- - Illness. Marvin and J. E. Drlggers of graph Khali puhllnh thla Order In C, ( eK'S I"I. '
next four weekly lH.ue.. John .. II.ntl..r."'"
Llthla William
I Pumpkin Pie ; one stepson, Ernest Witness my hand and official neat tin.. Fla. 11.111'
BRIGHT IDEAS FO \ Morll'ln'of the U. S. Navy; at marker Florida, thlll November Atty. for Ptf.1S .
Sfr..mllntti We always associate pumpkinpie .
11. 11147.toFFICIAt tail nr. 8.,11
two sisters. Mrs. Nalln Lewis of ,
with Thanksgiving. I was a : SRAT) A. J. Thomas : Cl1lrt' Vf.OIlIl'\I I'
Ftnrke and Mrs. TillIe Corbitt fFobr..n. An. Clerk of said Court, (0tr Y.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS little early but tried out my pump- Fla. and brother J. Hv Lucille c. Conner. D. C. ('Eli Y tVhoolrr Huldph"ntltf.
kin pie recipe. Here It Is. I hope ; one T. Frnnlc Lnndrum, Stark. Fla MlLry Nellie Wllllnm y..rl.I':'
n. DeLacy of Bay' Lake Fla. Atty. for Ptr. 11-21 4t lt-11 VM, I'ourH.PI
you all make one or two, they are sell O..r..nt. t't'ttloll"TI'
Burial In
was the Little UnionCemetery '
iv <'inn'IT ('0t RT. nn )ponn OI'' '
easy and good. I always put a : TO N'ANi
near" Llthla. Cot >' l"TWI' ,
little extra salt In the pie dough : ('FRYIleuree: 8T\TI'J FI\RII'whole' .Ca
12.50 for pumpkin pie-gives it a better Miss Evelyn Clark 13 visiting In Montllller.l Jr., r" IreneVontllller Earl 11I{ (<'"tlnNnn' '
1. Defendant.. tvv'
Ca e No. la unknown. ?
ttf-Malnc i -roam bay dalk taste. I use the canned pumpkin Fort Myers this week.. 61Zt. You are r.I1Ulr.1I 194.. In tea.

1 aloes eoffe Tety UBM Ivory i A large can makes two pies. Open Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomas and ORDER ANn NOTICR'OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR December named Court 20th.and rouse. 1r'

plastic and fUfm'm ebr.ms. and put In a crock or enamel pan. family were visiting relatives In STATE OF FLORIDA to: .Mm. plaintiff serkn 'l Moep'lnll''

l'eap' Add a teaspoon of salt and a cupof Lake City last weekend.. .Irene Montllller, whose residence Orler yin enestafn Ir w.ekla' \'
rind address In39: Parr Rnad Point nIIA plllelat
I sugar. Beat well. Beat three Mr. and' Mrs. Edward Norman C'Hv"lI..r. Aukland, New Zealand. Wltn" mV hsnd this. 19th. dNnvemher
eggs and add to this. I used and children; Herbert and Jeanette I, You are required to appear on Stark. Florldn.
ELECTRIC HEATER 8..7Jt ? 1911. "
December 1ft, 1947. In the above .1. J.
pumpkin spices enough to taste I and grandsons were visiting named Court and cause, whevetn OFFICIAL SE\f.) nr..,.
For lots of h i 04or.-OM6IIo. C"I..k
qnlokl .
well. tie sure you put In ginger Mr and Mra Joe Call In Graham I plaintiff seeks tllvor. .. Bradford It. 1'' I' c.
O"nn' ,'
auo-plaMII. U-lneh rtflaetor. --- Bounty Telegraph shall publish this FIr Lucille r. 1'':.....
I -.J and cinnamon anyhow. Some I Sunday. order In next four weekly leeuea John J. Ilrndersl'ngu.tlfCJ
'F" r - people do not like much spice, Mr. ,and Mrs. S. R. Clark and I Witness mv hand and official Heal Fin "." UAtta'for
F '" al( Htark, Florida, thle. November pIC.

Marvelous Gift for Your favorite lady A The Ingint

VlreslOne Junior .. -- ... ..

I SCRATCH FEED, 25 lbs. 1.49

39.95 r. Home Style

19.95 GROWING MASH, 25 Ibs. 1.38 Bread 1 1-2 lb.17c
Jratnl7DI.: Roasts bait... f i It's got tha work*-two -
pan broils. fries, boil and r ladders hand rJla>. ball I "

WkJk.*....manel-all to and perfection.poUsludl bumper and wheel windshield.EightInch with. LAYING MASH, 25 Ibs. 1.49 Hamburger
I 15c
BUnnm. Bin euoa i for a rubber tins. Toe children Rolls; 8 for -
ao-poond turk.,. ., .. two to AT*. WALDORFTISSUE Made -

7c Roll With Angel Food Cake

Fluff 39c
10 oz. -

Firestone Home & Auto Supply A&P Food StoreOwned DOUGHNUTS

and Operated
600 Temple Ave. J. p. ROBERTS, Owner STA>::1HE, FLA. The Great Atlantic'Pacific Tea Co.

300-303 Kant Call Street

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