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 28, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I F D nni.nn i I Tobacco Quota!! I Tornadoes Close Season City; Costs Up, .

wVith Thanksgiving Game Revenue Down,

le BUS Tornadoes still reel-, described It as the "worst gameof

from a 47-0 rout In Lake City the season" "We were beat New Audit Shows

A UKADFORD COUNTY TKLEGKAPIi. STAHKK.: FLORIDA FRID4Y. NOVKMBEK :21. 1941jeWqman's Friday night play: their finale and beat bad." he stated.

.. .. H _ __ .. .. .. .. _. ,_ ..'.. __ .. of an ill-fated season here The Tornadoes apparently "blew

Iksglvinx at 8:13: : p. m. up" after a couple of bad breaks In spite of declining revenue and
and six boys was chosen to do the 8TATB! OK FLORIDA to: Mr*. 1* unltnown. .
"Big Apple" to entertain the PTA. I Lily Mtella Paf out I Romanlull, You are required to appear on igged by Injuries. bad weather early In the game and from thenon increased' cost of operating the
whose residence and address I I.: 10 December 1, 147 In the above named the loss of several dependable it was a Roman holiday for City of Stark' ended Its fiscal I
The boys wore white pants and Lefkado Street Athen., 0.-"."... Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
the girls wore white skirts and You are required to appear nn .....k" divorce. Bradford County <{< -horses" during the season the Columbia High Tigers who year on Sept. SO 1947 with cash
I December. Ii, 1847. In the above I Telegraph shall publish thl* Order. Tornadoes have in the well- scored almost at will alternatingwith balances of $39,215.31 on hand
Opinion both wore blouses alike. Made out named cause, wherein la next four weekly l I..u..
[ of satin with fro.th.nIVO 4r ountodv Witness mv hand and official seal fn vernacular taken a sliel- passes and running play and Savings Bonds totaling $17,- 1
sleeves. huge bishop I and control of minor child. Bradford at Starke, Florida, tInts October 33. (ng in their current edition. The Tornadoes thus far, have 020.00 (purchase price).
I That wan nine year ago. County Teleirriiih Hhall nubUnlithl. t 47.
BynmeeRosend. Ah I those pleasant days of Order In seat four weekly l i.: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thom. r winning the first two games won three and lost six, scoring These figures set forth In thenew I
yes .
teryear. ', .uert.Witness. my hand and official \It Clerk Lucille of C.said Conner Cou..l.fly D. C. 4e season against :Newberry only, 64 points to a total of 170 city audit recently completedby

I pray thee if thou I seal at Htark"i Florida, this. November Rivers A Anderson. Ore.n Cove Lake Butler they' entered a amassed by their opponents. They Purvis, Gray & Powers, Gainesville

Ldit! be proving In trying to psychoanalyze (OFFICIAL' SEAL. ) A. J. Thoma. .\ ty"a"rorFplf.. 10-31 4t 11tlcinrt |i.fy fivp-game lostr* streak failed to score, In five tilt. accounting and auditingfirm

Imms regard for me. I my A. Clerk of sid Court. { which they did not emerge Coach Geiger hope to* end the Indicate that Starke, by virtue -
If vows. Lip service Is boys I have found that each ones fly L.urltle. C. Conner I>. C. IN 'IT (niftY *JR\I FOHI. their Nov. 14 win over of Its
profitable municipally
no 1\1: t515FRY. %
T. Frank rot''lfTY.
different In every way. I guess I.nnilrum Htarke. Fin. season Thanksgiving night on a
I loving; Atty. foe Plf. 11-14 4t 1S-& (' : Jlon. owned light and water plant: I*
all children arc, hut It's really Rol..rt C. loge, rialiitlff v*, Helen less sour note and an enthunlan-
jr faith speak! for the!',. I huge Defendant fane No. 80T at. Friday's 47-0 loss to Lake till "In the clover" when comparedwith ...
Interesting to do. Try It for a in c'lRrrrr (ionnw nn %I>KORICOt'MTV > ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND "capped the climax", BO to tic holiday crowd I I. expected out other hard-premed Florida'
of words. they are noItlv few minute relaxation. .....0.11.I'" fll\\- NOTICE TO API'MAR 'k.
( and Coach Carson to the final
4KIIV.Catherine. TATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. Geiger see encounter.Merchants municipalities.
spokentpoken I have discovered what my hus- Malcolm. ... residence aort I : PlaIntiff v* Helen I. whose a ; In coils
as but air. I and wirta to do when he gets Jack K Malcolm; Defendant.. Case < ** I- SS-HS A tt"th Street Jackson *- spite of rising and the
No. 61 It. Helsrhta Lonr Island New York. post boom-Ume taperlng-off'' of
t fed 1 thy trust In me old. He Just wants him a house ORDER OF ptrRLicATioNAND'NOTK'K You are required to appear on ;:S. Johns Namedy
Irokenll with a great InrKII room and he's ;; TO APPKVKSTATK November tK. 104T. In the above Begin revenue. Starke still manage to
OF FI.ORIDA ta Jack E.Malcolm :. Court and cause, wherein live "
I .. : named "wlthlij Its Income the audit
fair. to mt it with animals .
an going on
to thy r
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whose reldent I I.* un iilalntlff ee.ks d
the walls fill it with toddy boars kno..n.You. County Teleirraph h W"inahW""helfth.. Indicate, with total receipts from

lu. little proofs of trust are and baby rattle and b. a babysitter are 12 required, 1947. to In appear the above onDeceniher (rdMr WitnesS In next my hand four and weekly official I......seal*. Plant Head{ Christmas Drive all source ''(Oct. 1. 104 to Sept. .

[,lid.i I for small babies. He does named Court and reuse, wherein a' Htaike., Florida.. this Octoher. tl. 30. 1947)) of $183,370.85 while
art always kind. plaintiff seeks divorce. ttradfnrd 11147..es total disbursement were '181.-
love babies a lot.I County Telegraph shall puhllali this clerk nf said Court iproval of the appointment of Adopting the slogan "If Just
rifles no promise will beWed Order In next four weekly lue rev r.....11110 C. t'nunar, I). C. 388.15.
WltneHM l mv hand and official s.aIat i T. Frank t-imrtrum.. Stark. Fla y S. Johns local electrician 'Qood Sense' To Trade ,At Home"Starke Receipts from 'the light' and''
sure enjoyed the football game Btnrke, Florida, this November Atty. for Plf.,' 10-31 4t III! iiperlntendent of the City merchant this week Inaugurated
lIlfy my mind. 11. 1 last our boys really fought t Oc Water '
Friday Plant
Wheeler WUcox. (OFFICIAL SEAL' ) A. Thoma..., ; was made a Trade.At-Home and '
Ella fi>r that game and Justly deserved I A. Clerk of aal't. Court. l\ ('IRr"I'r Cot HT. lilt '1>FOHI) ye City Council at its regularng Thursday afternoon source of revenue dropped off
Ry Lucille C. Conner n. C. ( OI'NTV. FI.OHllltl 1% CIIAMarv *- shopping program 18,836.57 during the year closed
have I
to; win. They one CIIIIY.: } here last week. The from until
T. Frank I-anrtrum, Btarke. Fla ap- now Christmas.Announcement .
; week' I had a friendship admirer and that l U Fred he stood I Atty. for Plf. 11-14 4t ll- K.Mi! ...n. Plaintiff v. WarnerW. !Iment had previously beenI last Sept 30. Total Income from'
of the
Moon Dettindant. ( Rue :>KV 0 4OlinUlt campaign and 1948-47'
has It- electricity water In
again proven In that rain week before last and OF PLTBL1CO'IIONANT by the Board of Bond Trun- originated by the Starke Chamber
jn-pny many times the past watched every play they made.. iv' riHCt'iT rOt.'RT.I..n > NOTICE TO APPEAR: Mr. Johns assumed his was $104.071.44 a* compared with
Vpars. Sometimes I forgetfew ror\'rr.! FLORIDLI IN CII"- STATK OF FI.OIUUV to: Warnerv. of Commerce i Is made In a UI3. 08.01 In 1945-43.: The colleotlon .'
He said to me "Honey you BhoulJ CEll V. Moon whose residence la. : 1504 .is last week and Is In charge full page advertisement In' this '
the friendship ties bind have seen them it was the best Carrie Lea. !Miller Plaintiff v*. Lee Hlchwari Arllnirton, Vlrirlnla. le plant as well a the Issuo of current taxes In 1948- "
out of the
In need will arise or a Althurtnan Miller Defendant. Cuss You are required to appear on Telegraph signed by 47 also showed a decline. of $2- '
game they played this year. No. 80" December t. 1841. In the above. named work. more than 80 business house.
|v happy moment that I ---.- ORDER OF PI1"1.1CATION Court fluid entice, wherein plaintiff I ( 667.09 totaling 118,002.84 aa
ANn NOTICH TO API'HAR: seeks divorce and restoration of HO at Us meeting last week) The decision to remain open on '
i share with someone! and IV CinCl'IT Cot'ItT. flit tl>l"0 tlCOUNTY ) compared with 921,169.03 In 1945-
riOHIIttl 1!* C1IANCICRY. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Althnr maiden name. Bradford Cnu"ttl''I'.I"lfr.ph I Council received a petition Thursday afternoons during the -
J V. J. Day my first Impulse man Miller. whose resIdence and ehnll publish this OrderIn 46.
111 has ahvavs remained one K. Kowalk Plaintiff vu.Fern addre. I.: 415 Hay Street % 8ar.h next. four weekly. l lu....*. ,jnted by W. H. Graham and holiday season wa made in order City revenue from all aourcesfell
Frank Defendant. Came H. Mathewa. Hl" h Point N. ('. Witness mv hand and official seal tog the signature of a to accommodate gift chopper and I
Kowalk. num-
beautiful W. October ao.OrFU'IA..8J1AL off $13.604.29 from the 1945-
| most friendships You are required to appear on at Starke. Florida this r
ko people could chare. Theyat No. Clii.ORDER Of PUBMfATIOX December 5. 147 In the abovenamed I S 47 bf property owner along Impress upon them that Starke 46 total of U97.06 .U.'.whit. expense :I
,, A. J. Thoma
APPEAR Court and cause 'h rftl"plalnllft ( ) t Street offers merchandise'
TO requesting that this equally a* attractive
friendship Is the jewelh'nes AND NOTICE Fern W. ..k. divorce and reiteration A* Clerk of Mild Court. Increased teS2.28-rIBlng 4
brightest In the dark- Kowalk.STATE OF whose FLORIDA rrsldfl"e to: l"! 1403 nf maiden name. FlradfordCount Bv Lucille C. Conner D. f'. t be opened up from Pratt to and as economically pric- from $1 8.13S.81: In 1940-46 to 'J$161.3R8
Philadelphia a publish this Robert II. Duncan. 104 Lynch Mulld- treet. ed a* that to be found In
|That Is what my neighbor. Cant Mharpnack Street Order YIJ'tapfh"U. weekly lueM.Wltnena in,,; Jacksonville, Florida nearby! In the year Just closed.
n. P"nn"ylva"la. mv hand anti official.. enl Itt?. for Plf. J9-31 4t Ittliv fore taking action/in cities. Note '
cy (Ferris) Conway, Is toId You are required to appear n at Starke, Florida this Oc'tobc$1, any ther ( : For, purposes of comparison ''II
more. December 13. 1M7. In the wherein above' 1547. r.artllT ( OCt11': ItfliDPOIiIl it was decided that mem- Grocery store operator announced the retirement 6f $42,000

named Court seeks aad dlvoioe.CHUM, Hrad'"rd" fOFFICIAI. NEAL; A. .1...ThosiZe (" II"ITY. .....0..111\1 in (" '''''. *>f the Council would contact that they will not JoinIn ewer and paving bonds the 'expenditure ..' I i
of plaintiff .
| to her in time .
va gone AM Clerk nf sold Court .1 II Y.
lor grief and I used to share' ountv Telegraph shall weekly publish Issues.thisOrder Py Lucille C'. Conner, n Cf TV>ro'thytfnd e*, Plaintiff, v*. JameiItodrieH wn ors of property that would the campaign but ,will continue of $46,318 for .' new ,I Ipowel'
In nest four neal n. H.irrlxon, Law Eichana rv-fenriunt. Cae No; 1.OIinBIl } to be ut'llBcd' if closing 'an Thursday afternoon -
|era lot of my letters I had Witness mv hand a.d official r'nlMlnit. Jnrkaonvllle Florida.Atty. !': OF PUBLICATIONANH thai street unit.,.*nul the paymupt. c/;_ it t I
d I when he was overseas.gone at Siorko. Florida this Novemberif for Plf. U-T U ni -*' NOTICE' TO APPKARHTATB t opened, and see if;aatUfacarnngements :. a* In the past 10431.39 for new con truction ? VJ
1147.OFFICIAl' SEATJ A. 3. Thom. OF FLORIDA to: James '- ouM be,n3g4g fR' r""NewcomD. caid nt'"of a're' not Itipludedf in figures I
d a long time w'th-' ( ""die".., whnwi r 19" idence I. unknown \ ,
he wm the first to know A. rlPl'k< of I)said. C. Court. rtitcciT. PLOHIOMCharle. rornr.COUNTY. nat 1:11: enapoun thiNERY. onDenemher he''IIece'' &' 1I'1S. the, Chamber of Commerce, states aTwV-for""l
|V. J. Day my first Impulse' IK r,1,1ICy.IVeCarC, inorSr Bid. (' You are 1. 147.required In the to above appear namd Cook was 'appointed to pmt a survey conducted by the Items were, capital rouOny lantf"' ,

I .,.Ie....nvlll... Florida. IS-I Edward Wlnro. PloirCiff.' 1 .. Court and nu"c. wherein plaintiff police department to fill the Chamber revealed that many Items) were taken care of by $42.471.00
J ran to Farris. I did and we AUy for Plf. 11.14 4t v*. farab CanMda Wlnvn. Dntvndant seeks dl".r(.... Bradford Counts
lir arms around each other -- CHa No 041. Tflearraph eliill. i-uMI-h thin Onlc.r .cy caused by the resignation in local store are actually priced Interest and principal, n War:

reel and cried. .N (iHrt'iT roinr.roi \Ip..nn ORDER NO-rtrn OF PI'HLICATIONAND TO APPEAR III next four weekly and l Issues.Witness official. sect by Stephenson, who ha* ao- below the Identical Item in other Bonds redeemed and:! a.' $".881.31

'' FLOIIIO.\ IN CUSSCEity. OF FLORIDA to- SurahCaelilday mv hand Id town. "I that Im- cash bank balance at
STATE thin Oi-tober U. position at Camp Blan- hope we can the begin*,
11' .. lit Ktarke, Florida ,
has .. .
been my refuge mnnv Wln whose r *l<1 n'' t NMil :
Williams, Plaintiff vj. Mobiletl pros* this fact on our Christmas King of the year 1949 and were
I Ann T. fiiuth Conception Street (04FFICtAL
when I wa* troubled and SEAL> A. J. Thomas,
Reuben R. WlllUni" DefendantORDK. Alabama. A. Clerk of raid CourtBv It Council also declde that .hopper so that they will look i not paid from current revenuesOSalaries
And Always she was there. Case No. n... You are required to appear on C, r I
I 0. PITIILI"'I'IONANO November *4. 147. In U.. *bovnamed Lucille C. Conner.. Oaln"llI"D. F''... (forth the city will purchase In local stores first before going Stay Put
week' I was \ill\ and though NOTICE FlXmiOA TO APPK4R to- n..b..nR. Court and cause, nradford wherein ?Atty..t'h H.for Pourlii Plf 1"l It.11I. rms for member of the poepartment. elsewhere to spend their money" On the whole' the city's expenditures
OF seeks dlvoru
-tayed home with me one : STATE residence l. unrequired plaintiff thiN ( .' Newcomb said. for salaries In all department .
who. Telirraph tiall puhllrh This action
William. County cinn'rr (- M I.T. fiR 'UFonn wan
fwnert h.. had to go back : known. on Order In next four. weekly Issues.Witness flINTY .."..DRllo'. ivI. 4.1'.".- ( after making Inquiries and showed very little Increasebut i
Ik and I Lee ToOl are tB appear mv h ..d and official *"RI.t l
kept Gary O..ml..r 15th. U41. in the sbov. Starke, Florida thl. October II.i rJr."T.vela IIin.Iv Horton Plaintiff I vs..Tohn talnlng that this la the gen- Rites Held MondayFor general .operating coat took.
| nth me. Farris saw him named Court and eau.e. P'radfordCount wherein i 1947OFFICIAL. Mark llorton. Defendant. C eneNo. practice In other cities harp rises In leveral Instances,,
ked If he sick and he plaintiff I e-ek. divorce. ( BRAD A. J. 'I'h..mui.,4. L. M. Drake
were SIlO.
this reflecting the Increase In
? Tel, (r ph phall publish Clerk of acid' Court OIII>KR OF PttlLICATtOM Khout the state. City Clerk general
hr that I was the ill one. Order In next four k T. ilsuM.Witness Br LucIlle C. Connor. DC. TO APPEAR 'Johns cot of most
.P51 ANO NOTICE stated. Lakeland supplies throughoutthe
fcme l my hand ftfld official I Martin J. pearl JH Graham Dldoc-. John .j .
right In and from then of No.mh..r. STATE OF) FLORIDA1 tot i tf .. .. U. S. .
at Iark.., Florida. this IIlh i .Tackmnvltl Florida.Alt > !Mark, Horton who*, residence I I Is economy. *
fad nothing to worry about. .. 1547.OFFICIAL ?. for Plf. 10-J4 41 1114Marlon fuel oil\ for
SEAL) A. 3. Thomas Pavn. Qeorirla lea To Show- Louis M. Drake, 38 a former Instance, which
[began to tease and tell ( You are required to nnHnrember '
me of paid Court.ity :g.ab" the
A. Clerk Cv .ar".T' COt'ltT. Ra SIiFOYIIICOuNTY. IB, l 47, In resident of Starke died In the cost city 10422.03 In 194346. : -
I was Just resting. Nursed Lucille C." Conner. D.. C. r.ORno. I. r"'If_ nn inert!: Court and cause, wherein Football FieldWeekend Orlando state sanitorlum Satur- Jumped to $16,098.30 In 1946-
pi health with these two lov- John J. Hend.reon CEll". ,pl.lntlff recite divnrcBradford
lit. Anrlletifle. Fla.Atty. L. Crape.. Plaintiff v*. Connty" T..I trr.ph shall publish this day. Nov. 22. after an Illness of 47.' Part of this Increase I I.* accounted '
pIe I quickly recovered andk ". for plf. 11.14 4t 11-1 I Kathleen flowers Crap.e. Defendant. Order In n.*l four weekly l...u.... a several months. He conducted a for by the- addition of a
|" Cod that there are such Case No. 4101OHr Witness mr hand and official seal
1' {'IftCtl'" ro".T. ..R"nrORItCOV'lfTT C.II-! KR OF PlrPT.ICATIOV at fltarke, Florida thl. November W>nco riding; bulldogglng sign business In Starke until farced new unit at the power plant and
left 'N
and I am blessed with 1'Io..D'1 ANf VOTICM TO APPKArl Inch. 1047. ... I I. In turn I
to. retire by ill health and offset by the fact that
C: rach a friend for a neigh- STATE OF FLORIDA t..- Eath.Lees (OFFICIAL *BAL> A. 3.? Thorn**. rand steer riding will hold wa \
Willis. Flalntlff.j'i" bsic.vs. Bowers Crap.. wh..** rerdence A. Cleric" of paid Court. U> Starke this weekend when a past Post Commander of the with the use of the new unit the
Q. WIHI.. D.f.udant. Mid address lat knewn H Br I.ucllU C. Conner 0 C.
:-r..'. Ill?. 4_144t Street.. Naval P*.., BoulhCarolina. Dan Kelly Fernandln.. Fla. ocal American Legion Poatiponsor local V.F.W.. Poet. city had to purchase less power

ORDER: WaUfATION TO APPEAR Al)'. for Pit. H-14 4t 11irmciiT The Cheroke. RodeoS He Is survived by his wife. M,.. last year cutting this expenditure
od was in the kitchen an ANn NOTIfK Ton are required t* appear en from
STATE 0. F..oJtIOA tro lewis" _*....kr tth. 147 In the above football field Friday, and Lucy Drake: of Lakeland; two $5.542,68 In the previous year
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ly lot Monday morning and whClUfVIT .. resldeC5 I. % _. and wherein' IN rornr. CUIIWORDC0ONTY to $1,041,00 last
.. WIlli. n d Ceurt cause year. However.
Valdem'ta, S. FIAIIIO" iv CIAV- day night at 8:19: and Bunftemoon son, Tommy Lout and Bobby
CheC. seeks dlvre IJiut lalat4ff
a little In the way. It K"u": are required t. appea' .a ?.unty T".raph' shall "iihll.h IM _Yo at 3 p. III.I Lout; his mother Mrf; Llnnle C City Clerk Carl Johns pointed out,
very unusual a he' always 1C47. in lbs abeve weekly A. WlllUnm. Plalntbrr. v*. Te.*>l* that
December 15 I Order In next fnnr l Issues. fuel oil which cost $4.75
whrflpiaintlft I Cherokee Rodeo Co., from Drake and a sister Mr*. F. B. per
Defendant. Vase
[busy. I stopped named Court and cau.e Witness mv hand a.A Nfffclal *e.1| Allan William '
Finally Just seeks d..orc.. ItrsdfordC'onty at mark Florida this Ith of Nove.ouber. tin. II tI. features ten cowgirl along Wilson, also of Lakeland.' 100 gallon In 'September, now
ked him he was) theree .hall peblisb. thisOrd'r ORDER! Oil" Pl1nl..l..ATIONAHI. costs
why Tek.EF&Ph 1547.OFFICIAL the city $8.20 100.
....... tome of the best Inxleo per
1'1) cowboy
fear 8KAL A. J. Thnm. > NOTICR APPEAR Funeral services were held at
lal 14 In neSt w..klT.I.
< "It Just Mem* good 5.51It ( to- I1ele Salaries In the light and water
band s V.. Clerk of said Court came An outstanding 10:30
|v* you In here cooking. Itsemis Witness Starke. rnlt Cliii N.v.rib.eII. By LuCille C. (""on....... D. f*. Adam William, whose resilience I I. 1 Black : Monday" morning In department actually showed a de-
e Fox the wonder .
unknown. the of ,the ,
chapel Oentry-Morrl
154?. Joha f. llender.on 1:*" Ht. Anitue.
[ good to have. you up OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I.: 'Thomas.Li tine, Via.Atty. ; Yon are required to appear .n which has been a hit at- Funeral Home In Lakeland with dine as follow
( Clerk 01 maid Court.Rv for: Flf. tl.T 41 lI.n December 1$. 147. In the above I" -.' I......"
Lnci1l. C. Conner. D. C.Zseh named Court and cease, wherein. Jn: of all. outstanding Florida Rev. T. 8. Boehnv pastor of the '
SM> being sick has itS bet Via.Atty. seeks. divorce. Bradford Electric Plant .813.85 7057.73
Dou.I... Oaln ""lIle. plaintiff ..
H. .
foments.at Pit. 11.14 4t 11-' (.011..... FLr>.Rin l ItHAKr. Counsr. Telegraph shall publish this First Baptist Church officiating. Elec. DUt. 8.173.50 7,165.27
for 1 1.
CERY.Gerdon Order In silt four weakly ln*>. stated that some of the Interment wa In Roselawn Cemetery
rii"T.. "t 'nrVl!> Miller Sullivan Plaintiff v*. Witness mr .bend and offlelal seat nickmg horse In the rodeo Lakeland. Water. Sewer 6.733.14 4707.05
i !.. eft .: IN CIRCl'IT: COl'RT.: CNSBFORDflessie at tsrk.. Florida, thIs. November ,
happened to hear over the cn"'lfTT Fl.0*inl Jeanett. 8uI1l..... Ovfendant.ANF .,. 147 will be brought to Btarke for Pall bearers were Davis Gastt

the !song "Dipsy Doodle". I ERY.Panaghintil': D. ltmnaniolis. Pisin' No. /ITS. (OFFICIAL SEAL A.I. Thorn. ilg show this weekend, and Lavon Andrews 8. O. Denmark 23,509.59 H.930.05,
OF PO'1tLlCATION'ANO A. Clerk of sail Court.
hear It that I don't remem- tiff. ... Lily Sidle FafoaU NI. Sift.ORDFR Itemant-. ORDER NOTICB TO APPEAR By Lnollle f*. Conner D. C. among the thrill-provider W. C. Rhoden Albert Lee Crosby A comparison of salaries In the

e time In my eighth year in oilS. Tefendaflt. PVRLWTION STATE OF FLORIDA to: Rel Dan Kelly, Fernandlna. Pi.. ,re trick rider and roper, and Lucian Conner. member of general operating expense depart
I Jeanett ....11I..". whose resid.na'iand Atty, far Plf. 11-14 4t U-'
that a group of six girl AND NOTICE TO APPEAR umplng horse and! a comedy the Starke American Legion and meat for the two year are as,

th three clown\ V.I'.W. Poet follow:

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m ____ _____ J Office 3830.00 3,902.80
.-.. ------ ;"'hit--.Uk scarves contrasting Lion wee prompted by Lion Interest Street' Garb. 13.886.S4 14976.92
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War II dead were brought /Ho never wrote home about sharply with the shadows thrownby In this problem and upon Fire Dept. 6,794.83 6339.00

tune the war or h'I! llf" I" the 8..tl.! ancient oak From some proper breaking down .of the Police Dept. 11,492,51 10,888.50 I,

'r of Tank Destroyer Battalion where nearby came the monotonous list to determine the neediest of f'1
them like J. C., Addl- about the these children Starke Uons will\ :
"old l lay always thinking drone of bull frogs-perhaps 35,003.07 36,606.92 |
no claim to hero'sliar
would farm worrying If old Butt from the same spring branch then assume all financial respon- Marked Increases: were noted In |

"a been they desire to. r and, her calf were getting plentyto where J. C. hunted. squirrel in Ibfllty toward providing medical: the Road A Bridge Operating Expense

the called. In their eat or hoping that \l- boyhood days.Three attention, gtasse*. etc This\ pro- from $19,079.17 In 1945-46 .
service of their coun- with will Include both colored and
14 ,lan teas. doing all right ject to $33.151.35 In 1946-47, and In the
to the beat time tile tiring squad
white children.
band Street
* her burned and Garbage Vlscellaneourt
ability; and had heeded the -ready-
" Ine of S Expense Item from $3,32298 In
duty but without fire. Then cam tap*. Death Claims MotherOf Illf -f8
or fanfare. List Friday was the tall emil< of aim- to $7.74588 In 1946-47.

I. a week of unusually bad weatherfor Tape; for /. C. Addison only Dr. McLendon UNION THANKSGIVING SERVICEFIRST Part of this Increase was accounted -

13 In the fertile Wateroakrf I Florlc-a.! The sky was overcast one of 294.000 but the first of for by the purchase of new

Bradford County that and a fine mist added to the Bradford County' World WarII Friend. of Dr. and Mr.*. H. B. BAPTIST CHURCH equipment. It was said.

AddUon of thin-blooded native : McLendon of Orlando, former resident The amount transferred Into,
wa born April discomfort. back homeXsnas -
dead to come the General
** ,t wa there that he The train was due in from the of Starke. will regret to Thursday November 27 10:30: A. M. Water City Fund from the

whooi. would' be learn of the death of Dr. McLendon' Electric Fund last year
fished In the river. 9:33 a. m.. .
at :
north MUSIC BY $32.50000:
said Seals Mailed wa a. compared with "
u'rI Mr.
until his number came late. It was mother. Margaret C. ,
19ft. There were ten chll- a few brother. Monroe McLendon: at her home In Mar- Combined Flaptlat and Methodist Choirs a $34.50000 transfer In 1945-46.:

" the Tfc Addlson'* Mr. J. R. Wainwright stated : lanna November 14. Thanksifivinir Contribution by the City last
Addlson\ family-a lot brother-in-law. Roy. waU- on Bhe was Message by Rev.Lewis D. Hainea for "

atlas to feed at any time.I and his the station platform. this week that over TOO Christmas 87 yean of ace and wa the year Civic "Health Education and

'tally side mailed on Nov. 24 to widow of Dr. T, R. McLendon. Purposes" totaled $3.93892 '
so back in the n Id- lundtag the south *seal were
and Included
against the
irties' when J. C. was Just! to keep off the persona throughout Bradford Funeral service were held Sun Set This Hour apart To Thank Him To Utilities following Itema: r

his teen and the coun- of the building v.-lnJ. i County and a quick response will day. Nov. '15. at her .former homein Whom All Thanks And Praise I* Due etc. $970.60 donated' to churches, '
&yint to from the I Ir chJl: north be appreciated. Cordan. Ala. I
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,.:'.! ::<,. ,' ",' ; f Tobacco Quota Tornadoes Close Season' City Costs Up, u

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Re.flu.esI For 1948 .Cut With Thanksgiving Game 1 1I Revenue Down,

The BUS Tornadoes, still reelIng described It as the "worst game ,
28 Percent f I from a 47-0 rout In Lake City I of the season" "Wu were beat New Audit Shows

, .'. Granted last Friday night, play their final and beat bad" he stated I
1I game of an ill-fated season here Tha Tornadoes apparently "blew
Under the 1948 National flue- ThnnkBglviiia: at 8:19: p. in. up" after a couple of bad breaks In spite of declining revenue and

r cured tobn'cco marketing quotas, Dogged by injuries, bad weather, early In the game, and from thenon Increased cost of operating, the I,

Just announced by the U. 8. Department and the loss of several dependable"war it was a Roman holiday for City of Starke ended Its fiscal I
I J of -horses" during thfe season, the Columbia High Tigers who year on Sept. 30, 1947 with cash .
I Y Agriculture, Bradford the Tornadoes have, in the well- scored almost at will, alternatingwith balances of $39,215.31 on hand

growers will be allowed approximately known vernacular, taken a shellacking passe and running play. and Saving Bonds totaling .917,- v I,
J 320 acres, a reduction of In their current edition. The Tornadoes, thus far have 020.00 (purchase price).

28 percent from the '1947 quotaof After winning the first two games won three and lost six, scoring These figures set forth In the l I(
; l 444 acres of the season, against Newberryand only, 64 points to a total of 170 new city audit recently completed

: The reduced acreage in this Lake Butler they entered;: a amassed by their opponents. They by Purvis, dray & Powers, Gainesville

:, county will be in line with that In dreary five-game loxlpg( streak failed to score In five tilts accounting and auditing
,' "" .' '.'>" ,,: *-p "' ;:, effect throughout the country in from which they did not emerge Coach Geiger hopes to end the firm Indicate that Stark, by vir.
1"M.; .t" until their Nov. 14 win over tue of Its
.. '- ", : i conformity with the Agricultural season Thanksgiving night on a profitable munldpally-
::: .11" T..nton.Laet. owned light and water plant, I.
; Adjustment Act of 1938. The national -
less note and an'enLhusla.-
sour ,
I .. ... '" '. I Is Friday's 47-0 loss to Lake till "in the clover"when compared
.. lor .... ., .. iii' 11'.', .' marketing quota set on
.. tic holiday crowd 1 I. expected out
.... tile basis of the demand City "capped the climax";; mo to with other hard-pressed Florida'
'''' ,., ,,. supply and -
...'., "' '. ,,J.,. 1\;":': .i.' .. situation, it .was explained.: speak, and Coach Carson Geiger to see the final encounter.Merchants municipalities.In\ .
.".. "; '4'. tt' II' ".." '.p." .' j .' and the loss of exports and the I spite of rliilng: coits and the>

;,. large 1946-47 crops have'ln' reai-I post boom-time taperlng-off'

5 I t ed supply to a point where'quota B. S. Johns Named: Begin revenue. Stark still manages to

i reductions are mandatory. under live 'wlthl.. its income" the audit i
I the law. Indicates, with total receipts from
---. -" ...;\ !' Secretary of Agriculture Clinton City Plant HeadApproval Christmas Drive all source '(Oct. 1, 1948 to Sept. .
'i'f' P. Anderson proclaimed a 1948 30, 1947) 'of 9183.370.85. while

.t national marketing quota of 933 total disbursements were) 1161-
'/' .. of the 'appointment of Adopting the slogan "If Just
..' ". ..>, '.... h.. million pound* of flue-cured tobacco 388.15.
!I'' '':'!', in'ONI' ; :'.'' R. Berry S. Johns local electrician ''Good Sense' To Trade At Home" '
resulting in an acreage re- Receipts from the light and
as superintendent of the Sliirke merchants q
this week Inaugurated
duction water still the
of about 28 percent to plant, city's chiefsource
Light & Water Plant was made a Trade-At-Home and ..
; most Individual farmer. of revenue, dropped off
by the City Council at Its regular Thursday afternoon shopping pro-
$8,83907 during the Closed '
"The major factor year
Influencing meeting here last week. The from
appointment gram now until Christmas.
last Sept SO. Total Income
/' the reduction was the dollar short had from
previously Announcement of the ,
,, '" campaign electricity and water In 1946-47
"" age in many foreign countries," made by the Board of Bond Trus originated by the Starke Chamber -
.-- ''\ the department explained. "This tees. was $104,671.44. compared with I
Mr Johns assumed his ,
of Commerce is made in a $113,50801 In 1943-46. The collection II'
lack of purchasing power has restricted duties last week and Is In -
j charge page advertisement. in' this
of current taxes" 1940-
I in,
II export markets although of the plant, a* well aa the out- Issue of the Telegraph, signed/ by 47 also showed p'.
domestic a decline of $2-
... consumption remains side work.
.. more than 80 business houses.The .
.;.. high. In the case of the United 067.09.\ totaling $18.80X84.: a* l
Also at Its decision to remain I
meeting last week open on '
compared with $31,16993 In 1945-
.- Kingdom, principal foreign buyerof ,
received a petition Thursday afternoons during the 46. '
U. S. flue-cured '
.-' were proposedshortages reducedby presented by W, H. Graham, and holiday season was made In orderto City revenue from all sources
.: sharply bearing' the signature of a number accommodate gift choppers' and .
fell off '
.. $13,694.26 from the 1945
.. ,.. governmental action In March r t',
.. of property owners along Impress upon them that Starke
46 total of $197.065.11.'while
1947 expenses 1
ant purchases
., entirely
"" "" ;,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, '::"j ,.-':......;.;.: ; ...".. .._>.,1 ...',..." "". .,.'" ''' "'' ',...... discontinued early In October street Clark be Street opened requesting up from that Pratt this I to offer merchandise and as economically equally as priced attractive -- from $1 Increased 8,7C15.87 $4.8S2.28-rlslng In 1945-46 to 1 Ii
'': 1947. with indication
'' no, to ,
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,; 8th Street. a* that to be found In
;: ; when buying might be resumed" nearby $191.383 in the year Just, closed. ,
,.." ... ..,.... .'... Converting the quota poundage Before taking any action/ n 'the clUes. (Note: For, purposes of com ''I,

......: :_.. _.. "It :.... ," figures to act .gee. the 1948 allotments matter it was decided that members Grocery store operator announced parl.on, the retirement 6f$43,000.
would total about 909- I of the Council would contact that they will not JoinIn sewer and Davln.hondll.. the- *- vJpenditura !II

lffjl .# y ,000 acre ,1I.e compared with 1- the owner of property that would the campaign but will continue Of U ,318ior, .anew; :
i the hhadow"6ff'jCiie,iatbm! >plattorm .the flaiAovcred'casket; II 297.000 acres allotted in 1948, have to be utilised If tke,street closing on Thursday" .afternoon.. power unit,;,and .the payment ot; 1!
uaire float,,waiting transfer Into the funnel car at left. 2e and 1,247,000 In 1947. were opened. -anosee If jptisfac. a* In the past, 10431.39"for new construction' I

| 0/11' .... f"eT.:r'' ''''' _" _' o-t..dwi.. s> *. tory arrangementtreiTitM' ''Be, IIddl #... "'I'' ;.;e n .Cllf p 1r'a.tf\\nt'.it\\ KrV not'Tnrfurted In "figure* 'given' tl I

% firing squad fron,th. .. < tark" National Ouara">Company forms a Lions To Assist for tile-'oecees "> ghJ;.p.wajr1 the.Chamber of Commerce,: stateaPttt aboVe-ferelP484ta' ,. since'
I honor as Amerlran. Legion and V.PW. pall bearers carry. the body D. S. CooK was appointed to a survey conducted by the Items were,, capital; ';'outlay nff* ,
InsChurch.' Children With the police department to fill' the Chamber revealed that many item were taken car* of by 42471.00:
aq!, ft Impaired Vision vacancy caused by the resignation in local stores are actually priced' Interest and principal,, cm, War.
I f of Coy Stephenson, who has accepted below the Identical Items In other Bonds redeemed and a' "",861.31
Iktt: fp the sandy .slope 'of eLl l)yal Cemetery. I Wednesday night of last week a position at Camp Blan- towns. "I hope that we can Impress cash bank balance at the begin

I Starke Lions met with a numberof ding. this fact on our Christmas fling/ of the year 1949. and were'

|right: An elgnt-ttian aqua'I tines a final salute to Pfe M. C. Addison. anon representative from The Council also decide-,, that hopper so that they will look not paid from current revenuer,)"

|horn volley Is Been rising! from gun rnu.ides.I Gainesville, Alachua, High Springsand I. henceforth the city will purchas In local stores first before going Salaries Stay Put;
Lake Butler Attending( the uniform for member of the po elsewhere to spend their money," .' On the whole" the city' expenditures -

: Tim family's favorite photograph. meeting also was Tom Dobson, lice department. This action wa, i Newcomb said. for salaries in all departments
Deputy District Governor of 89 taken after making Inquiries and showed very little increase s ,

I N... Preeldent< Baker stated thls ascertaining that this I. the general Rites Held Monday but general operating costs took
S SCledks week that zone meeting are particularly practice In other cities harp rises In several Instances,
: Important In that throughout the state City Clerk Foe L. M.. Drake reflecting the general Increase In
will over be writ i Consequently he never had any there Its glaring headlight tryingto "

lilt Private First;..Clare I schooling beyond the! early gradesof thrust back smoke and mist promote good LJonUm among all Carl Johns stated. M In; Lakeland ,. ?.,..J"Loul cost the U.of S.moat supplies throughout.*
iddlwdn the little Water Oak frame that even the sun could not pen the clubs and enable all membersto economy.
He 'wn just afto school house He was needed at etrate. learn what each of the organizations Rodeo To Show M. Drake, 38, a former Fuel oil, for. Instance, which
lived and worked and home. Is doing in its respective resident of Starke, died In the cost the'city 10422.03 in 194340. .
1 Mil, fought; and who I I opened The door and Inside of the was baggage the; car community.An At Football Field Orlando state sanltorlum/ Saturday jumpe4 to 18098.39 In 194647. .

1 In he brought back home { After the'death of his widowed coffin. flagdraped Inspiring talk was made bya This WeekendBronco Nov. 23, after an Illness of ,: Part of this increase Is accounted '
'. father In 1934, his ,sister Leona, distinguished guest Professor several months, H* conducted a for by the addition of a""
ltliing happened to, hIm'a.t Master Sergeant ,
kept house for him and the other Ernest B. Simons Leon A. Grey of the University riding.; bulldogging. sign business. In Starke until forced new unit at the power plant, and Ii
I children those who weren'talready a one-man guard of honor, of Florida concerning community roping and steer riding will hold to- retire by 111 health and wa Is In turn offset by the fact that f

'day afternoon his request married-and It was with assigned here to from accompany Atlanta Jj C.'sbody betterment way (In/ Starke this weekend when a past Post Commander of the with the use of the new unit the
atted. her and her husband Roy Johnson stepped At the the local American Legion Post local V.F.W. Poet. city had to purchase less power
previous Wednesday
I off the train and spoke to Monroe
that J. C. lived when he entered and Roy.Saturday meeting Dr. A. Y. Covlngton met will sponsor The Cherokee Rodeoat He Is survived by hi* wife, Mr*. last year cutting this expenditure
e In the sandy 8011'of'old the service of his country. S e e with Lion, giving them the facts the football field Friday and Lucy Drake of Lakeland; two from 5543.68 In the previous year
pMetery: hardly a atone' C. concerning the need of childrenIn Saturday night at 8:15 and Sun- eons, Tommy Louis and Bobby to $1,941.00 last year. However

from the spring branch, ."Leona he wrote while still afternoon wan still the County who have Impared day afternoon at 3 p. m. Louis; his mother Mr: Llnnie C City Clerk Carl Johns pointed out.
ho hunted squirrel all a' at; Fort; Lewis, Washington, "you bad weather bat; that didn't keep vision. The Cherokee Rodeo Co., from Drake, and a slater, Mr. F, .E. that fuel oil which coat $' .15 per
7. he came home to rest said that old Butt had -s calf, the friend of Pre Addlson tram Dr. Covington and clinic Texas feature ten cowgirl along Wilson also of Lakeland.. 100 gallons In September, now:

!ho> had written .the home I, and wa jllf'ttlac along fine bat filling ;the Chuwh.pews In Pine. Level 'recently prepared a list nurses of all with some of the best cowboy. In Funeral services were held 'at costs Salaries the city tn ,the 8.20 light per and 10O.water,

"Toil said that Pat I If she needs any feed Just; write Baptist children in Bradford County (including the rodeo game. An outstanding 10:30 o'clock Monday morning In .
|and got out on account was of and let m<' know and I will la front .. the altar warn the well-to-do), who suffer I feature U Black Fox, the wonder. the chapel of ,the I Qentry-Morrls department aa follows actually showed a decline _

TI, don't guess I'll ever ..-nd.JOll the money and you handsome, b r o n a e-flnlsk, 1Sguage with handicaps of this type resultIng I horse, which has been a hit attraction Funeral Home In Lakeland, with : 1M5-4 1946-47

t' lucky at anything. And can get her IIO M'." steel coffin, and from a in the discovery that around of all. outstanding Florida Rev. T. 8. Boehnv pastor of the Electric Plant 8633.95 7,007.73Eleo

B t. and would handle at; one cad dangled the 161 (7 per cent) either are blindor rodeos. First Baptist Church, officiating.nterment Dlst.
Ho' liked farming It I 8.173.00 7,1115.27Water.
hnmble traditional dog tag have some other type of Impaired stated that some of the wa In Roselawn Cemetery -
Addison was killed by shell have come back to the farm his eyesight This, stated Dr. best bucking horse In the rodeo Lakeland.Pall Sewer! 6.793.14 4.707.05

(rte| from heavy artillery sister believes. James C. Addison Covlngton. is about two per cent game will be brought to Starke for bearer were Davis Gasnett,
1 "a slept In Western Ger- 34058842-T43-43 'above what normally should be this big show' this weekend, and Lavon Andrew, 8. O. Denmark. 33.99909 18,93005,
on February 29.. 1 45/ "AB soon a* you find the other e e e expected; the average percentage also among the thrill-providers W. C. Rhoden. Albert Lee Crosby A comparison of salaries In the
e e cow and calf, if the calf need usually being around five will be trick riders and ropers 'and Luc Ian Conner, member of general operating expense department -
and tell In Dyal Cemetery a firing. squadof percent for the two
let know high year are aa
feed, me Jumping horses and
scene that; took place"Hwrt any ; for counties of the population a comedy the Starke American Legion and
National Guardsmen stoodat follow
3ahrrdyy' Roy when he gets her up to mark eight of Bradford. act with three clowns. V.F.W. Post. :
w' having Its calf before someone else attention, tbelr white gloves.white 1943-46 .M...,
the throughout the na- I marks the it." legglns, white pistol belts, Dr. Covincton' meeting with Office 3830.00 3.9O3.0O
1 War flnt of the Z96.0OO I :and white silk scarves contrasting I Lions was prompted by Lion interest !Street! A Garb 13.886.M 14.976.93
home.H dead were brought i He never wrote home about sharply with the shadows thrownby in this problem,' and upon Fire Dept. 6.794JS3 ,,1,839.00.
the war or HH life In he 644th! I ancient oaks. From somewhere roper breaking down <.of Jhe Police Dept 11,493.51 10.888.90
'I ot Tank Destroyer Battalion nearby came the monotonous list to determine the neediest of
them like
'"U lay no J. C. Addl- : .always thinking about thee drone of bull frogs-perhaps these children Starke Lions will 39,003.97) 36.606.93 f.r
to hero'
-nor would farm worrying If old 1 Butt 'from the same spring branch then assume all financial responsibility Marked Increases: were noted In
had been they desire to. and her calf were getting plentyto where J. C. hunted squirrels In toward providing medical the Road fc Brides Operating Expend

the service called of In their 1 eat or hoping that VItlan boyhood days. attention, glasses etc. This proJect -. from $19.579.17 In 194 -4S I
ad' their coun- was .1 lag all right with will Include both colored and to miOl.M In 1944-47. and In the
Performed to the beat Three tlm'. the firing. squad white children.
r ability; and her burned hand t.R Street and Garbage Miscellaneous,
had died like
" ins: of e heeded the eommand.-reltdr-: Expense Item from $3.322.98 In r

or fanfare duty, .but without List Friday was the tall end. of aim fire. Then came tape. Death Claims MotherOf 1049-4H: to ",74588 In 194647.

S SS a week of unusually bad weather Tap for J. C. Addison only Dr. McLendon UNION THANKSGIVING SERVICEFIRST Part of thin Increase was accounted
U' 'In the fertile Wateroak I For Florlc-a The sky was overcast one of Z96.000 but the lint of for by the purchase of new
. ", added l to the Friend of Dr. and BAPTIST CHURCH equipment. It was said.
Bradford County that and a fine mint Bradford County's World War Mrs. H. B.
Addison wa born. April discomfort of thln-blomted native back, homo.Xcnas McLmidon of Orlando former residents Th. amount transferred Into
.-. it was there that he The train was due in from th. II dead. to rome of Starke. will regret to I Thursday, November 27; 10:30 A. M. Water the General A City Fund front the

o school. fished In the river, 9:33 .. m., but would be learn of the death of Dr. McLeadon's Electric Fund last year
at :
'!nod north BaI4.Ptc Seals Mailed Mra. MUSIC BY was 32500.00 as compared with
until his number came late, It wu mother Margaret C.
lHl I There ten chll- a f" minutes Monroe McLendon at her home In Maria Combined Baptist and Methodist Choirs a $34,50OOO, transfer In 1943-46.
Jfw I Addison I.mUy-a lot!." Ad.llsOn'brother.ln.law brother., Roy, w.lted Mr* J. R. Wainwright stated nna on November 14. She was ThanblrivinJr Message by Rev. Lewis D, Haines Contributions for by the City last
to feed and his this week that over 700 Christmas 87 yean of age and was the year "Health. Education and
at ptaUot'lD
any tlme.j j station Civic
tally 110 back in the midrile. on. the the south side seal were mailed on Nov 24 to widow of Dr. T R. McLendon. Purposes" totaled $3.92893 li
.. when J. Co standing against off the throughout Bradford Funeral services were held Sunday Set This Hour apart To Thank Him To and Included the following Items:
was jwt/ to keep person Utilltle
his i of the building will Nov. 16. at her former home Whom AU Thank And donated to churches
[f teen and the conn-.' y.'lnj. I County, and a quick response Praise Ia Due) etc $970.60 '
bring chill: north In Cardan Al*. I t
be appreciated.
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week-end tine, F''''. I I County =-
look; at'the ocean of mustard." of Lakeland. Ga., were Atty. for ,Plf. 117.4t. 11-23 Order In 1'alegpl?I,'',,, Ii I ,,

Woman's guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hin- Witness m> ,"r.,i I I ..kl uldla!, J,
TelegraphESTABLISHED One at ,
Bradford County Children are heart touching in |\ "UH..r (COI'UT ItUAUFOItl Clarke' FI 1 -. fthhl
Last John son.Mrs.. Ida Maxwell and grandson CO I'M'* FI.OIIIMAI IN tllAINc ( 1947. tun
HO many ways. night i.iir. OFFICIAL
1877 E. U. MATTHEWS. OwNI: EDITOR Opinion called me to his bed and I sat Pvt. Bruce S. Maxwell, with A Williams, Plaintiff, v... Bessie A 3RSl, !.. I \
Ity 'and
visiting relatives Adam Williams, Defendant. Cane
and Entered aa Second down to talk to him and he want- Robert Cox, were No. nun Kelly, F'srntnr" 0 CI
Published Every Friday Jacksonville on Wednesday :MEn Atty.
what to OF PUBLICATION fer pit 91t
him decide
ed to
Fla. Blllee Boss me help '
Office at Starke Ity "
Pvt.faxwell AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .I 11
Claw Matter at the Pst of last week. 4 II,
buy Gary Lee for his birthday STATE OF FLJOR1DA to BessieAdams
1 next week. He said "Mother: I've left Saturday for California I Williams, whose residence la
j 1947 1--Make a joyful noise unto the for after a furlough visit with his I unknown.You Be Quick To
MEMBER got a dime the fairy left me are required to appear on Tr
Lord, all ye lands. tooth and a penny I found family here. December Id, 1947 In the above
2-Serve 'the Lord with glad- my of named Court and cause, wherein
Subscription $:a Annually '1.10 For Six Months and I will take my show money Little Ray Harper, nephew plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
ness: come before his presence tomorrow and that will be enoughto Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goodge, Is con- County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder Bronchitis
with singing. his home with rheumatic In next four weekly Issues.
buy Gary Lee a present. He fined hand awl official seal
Witness mv
3-Know ye that the Lord I la fever and must forego his schoolwork Btnrke, Florida, this November. cough bronchitis
ON U. M. T. wants something that will last a at ,our .chllt lI1ay de
TilE PEOPLE SPEAK God: it is he that made us, until the second semester 12, 1947. chills 18 acute
long time do you think he'd likea A. not treated and
and, not we ourselves; we are will be (OFFICIAL (lark said C urt. afford YouII
we're thankful this that the pistol?" the first of the year. Roy As of otakeachancetdthwhich \
Among other things, year his people, and the sheep In cap missed by his little com- By Lucille C. Conner D C, cine than
still in favor of universe It la those things that they do greatly Dan Kelly, Fernandlna Fla. goeeoright to Creoi
American public is his pastures. will rapidly the
endear their child- panions, who trust Atty. for Plf. U-14 it 18-S tl'P-uble to help Ileal 01
and that
military training, giving us cause to hope that perhaps someday 4-Enter Into his gates with say mothers for improve and be out again. soothe phlegm vi-S--and! !
hood to yearsto aid
and into his days (".lIr1"'r (COI'UT BRADFORDCOCVTY III
thanksgiving visit- IV and heal
and and Mrs. J. E. Adkins raw,
Congress will face this issue fairly and squarely courts with praise;' be thank- come. They are so sweet and Mr. Adklns' mother Mrs. FI.OI11UAI IN CHAV- Bronchial mucous tender,
Mrs. .1RV. membl'lllea
give the country what it has been wanting for the past two ful unto him, and bless his innocent In their thoughts and ed Howard, who la quite ill. Lnve'ta finely Horton Plaintiff ".. creeeote OnIomulslon blends beeecti
Laura by
deeds. Fred said If I had a dozen John Mark Horton, Defendant. Case special DroceatBy
name. I In Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. N 8118. time tested medlclnes
have one for
I would
the Lord Is his boys never ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND It contains
6-For good; and Mrs. Ellis Thorntonand no nnrcoUcs.
In its annual Thanksgiving contest this year the Telegraph Is and his more all around boy than John Is. NOTICE TO APPEAR No matter how !
mercy everlasting; baby son, Donald, were Sun- STATE' OF FLORIDA to: John 1eu have
asked contestants to express themselves on ':Why ]I truth endnroth to all genera' Gary Lee Is forfeiting his show day visitors of Mrs. Minnie Johns. Mark Horton whose residence Is ellyou( a bottle tJIOId: ,SSSf\\
believe Universal Training Is too. He is saving his for I'avo. Georgia.You thb. \
Believe (or do not ) Military' tlons. (Psalm) money Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wall of are required to appear on \ you tug
N Necessary For the Safety of Our Country". We| feel it Christmas. Just how long It will Webster were guests of Mrs. J. F. December 15 1947 In the above -Y it qUickly allays the Itrmatting

significant that the essays turned in were unanimously In The other night as I sat by the be before temptation Intervenes I I Johnson Saturday. ; plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein have your rest money and sleep back,or JOIIII

favor of universal military training. fire, my book laid aside for the don't know, but I wouldn't daresay Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Black and Udvl-..

Some of the thoughts expressed: were: moment and my mind relaxed a word to him.Hampton. children of Gainesville were Sun-

from' the' worries of the day, I was . day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Us Install You A
Idell Durban, I..awtey: "If we had been prepared for the enjoying the quiet and the warmth H. B. Wiggins. Let MODERN BATHROOM

lust war it would not have lasted as long and may not have and looking at Fred and thinkingonce Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hicksof

:happened at all, saving our people money, as well as lives been'more apart pf, I all remembered the time we that had Jacksonville, were week-end Or Remodel and Modernize Your Present On]

Jf ourselves for war other nations will be afraid visitors here.
we prepare firs
last Thanksgiving was our By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney
to encroach upon our rights. The best way to prepare is to IN CIRCUIT coirnT. BRADFORD
together. For a moment Just
:have our boys well trained in all kinds of warfare and pray how we had spent It sltpppd my "KRY.

that they never have to use their knowledge of it." mind, then I remembered. THANKSGIVING SERVICEAn Carrie Lee Miller, Plaintiff' vs.
inspiring Union Thanksgiving Althurman Millar Defendant. Case PAY. NO DOWN
We were In Augusta and I was No. (OR).
Ancel Norman Route 2 Starke "If Service will be held at the
Mrs. : we go unprepared working. At first we didn't planon ORDER OF FUBt.ICA.TTONAND

t' while other nations build up a strong military ma- having much of a ThanksgivIng Methodist Church on Thursday STATE)NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Althur PAYMENT i

chine our nation will in all probability be the scene of the because we were away from I morning at 10 a. m., with Dr. R. man Miller whose residence and
,T. Houts in charge. Special instrumental address 1m: 41B Hay Street, % SarahH.
next battles. If we are prepared and are drawn into war our real heart Interest-the chll Mathews, High Point, N. C.
.music will be an added You are required to appear on CALL 144 OR SEE US AT 335 TEMPLE
again our chances for victory will be good and the battles !,dren. As the. day grew nearer attraction. December 8. 1947, In the above AVENU1
may be fought away from our own beautiful land." thankfulness for having Fred back named Court and canes wherein I
The Revival has gained Interest
plaintiff leaks divorce and restoration -
overwhelmed me and I knew that Shull &
Bradford Plumbing Heatin
and Inspiration through the past of maiden name.
I Blake Jackson Navy Veteran, Starke: "Universal Military we would be thankful anyhow County Telegraph shall publish thla
i week, and will continue through .
In weekly tnsuea.Wltneaa
Order neat four
Training is the interest on our obligation to those who There was a young couple across Sunday, November 30. my hand and official neat STARKE FLA.
gave their lives and limbs that this country could remain the hall from us, an army couple at Starke, Florida "this October 81. ,

j free from want, fear, or persecution. It is possible only with from Texas, and I knew that they LADIES COUNCIL MEETS 1947.(OFFICIAL, SEAA. J. Thomas
weren't planning anything either WITH MRS. HALL A. Clerk of said Court
such to and
training create a powerful impressive fighting By Lurllla C. Conner, D. CJ .
but I didn't guess the,real reason The Ladles Council, Women's .
force with which we can suppress those forces that seek to B. Harrison Law Exchange
until I suggested to them that we Auxiliary of the Christian Church, Building;. Jacksonville, Florida.
destroy at their sources. We must not be caught again in dinner together Atty. for Plf. 11-7 41 11-tl
cook and share our Its meeting at
enjoyed monthly
such a state of unpreparedness that many must give their the home of Mrs. Freeman B. Hall iv CIRCUIT (COI-HT BRADFORD R. B. Alvarez & Son

lives to hold the line for aid that does not come in time. How As so often happens to army last Wednesday.Mrs. COUNTY. n.OIIIUAl IV CHACEIIY. :\-

small a sum are dollars spent that safeguard'a human life." couples their cash had run low, Fred S. Dodd served as Marlon L. Crapae,' Plaintiff "0.Kathl..on ., .
Bowers Cr'npse. Defendant
f but just how low I hadn't realized leader, with an interesting Thanksgiving Ca. No. 6102ORDER
Mrs. T. L. Casey, Graham: "If we maintain a suffici- and really had no way of know- theme. Fourteen ladles OF PUPLICATIONAND Transfer & Storage Co.
ently large standing army and have a number of men always Ing. But when I asked she were present among them, Mrs. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Kathleen

training, any aggressor nation will take note of this humbly told me that they had nothing Roy Houts, who Is assisting with Bowers Crapse, whose real -
dense and address last known I I.
,' fact and think twice before Attacking us. And if they did to share. I gave her the the protracted meeting here, and 4 -14th Street Naval Base, South and Phone 9105

.1 decide to attack anyway, a large trained army would be money and she did the hopping Mrs. Linnie Sely of Starke. Carolina.You ara. required te> appear en Movlaq

I available upon instant call." as I didn't have the time. We Dooeanber 8th, 1947, In the above We Operate Local and Long
had nothing to do and we cooked named Court and cause, wherein

Mildred !Mann, Brooker: "The government would be put all morning and at noon they Ola M. Perkins, School County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce shall. publish Bradford this tance Anywhere In The State i
Principal, Mrs. Gerald Adklns, Order In next four weekly lnauea.Wltneaa .
to small breakfast Florida.
a great expense to give our boys universal military train- brought their PTA president, and L. T. Johns, mv hand and official seal
ing. But in the long run it would to be the cheapest table over and we put them to- at dtarke Florida, thl. 5th of November
prove School Board member, attended .
1047.OFFICIAL Also Limit
In Starke
insurance could gether and spread that long table Hauling Anywhere City
\ have another
we against war. the banquet given by the Starke ( SEAL) A..r. ThomasAs ,
with food galore. It was fun the Clerk of Bald Court
PTA on Wednesday night of last By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
E. W. Hayes, Starke: "First: I think all young men four of ua working together. We week. John :J. Henderson, Esu St. AUBIIN-
should have this training. They learn discipline and by the told the men if they would fix

' time they complete a year's training, ''they are in a better dinner we would wash the dishes. Friends regret to learn that -I' t .,
I'll never really forget that day
Mrs. LeRoy Rhoden was an
position to choose their life's vocation. Second: Where a <
with its bought fruit cake, an we k
nation has and KEEPS a trained military personnel, it is in had to set ,the lettuce on the emergency:patient at the Shady- ,
crest Starke,
a position at all times to defend itself, 'if need be. One mantle. When we went to eat where Hospital she underwent recently

trained man is equal to several untrained." dinner we gave thanks and later dectomy. Best wishes an are appen extended COKE MAKES

These few are typical of the many answers. received they mentioned that they had had for her rapid recovery.

,. In the Telegraph contest all of which were unanimously I no breakfast. When they left A number of Hampton's citizens
later,I asked Fred if he realized took of the
advantage opening
.' in favor of universal military training.
I that had we not planned Thanks- deer season last week, In the

The Gallup polls have indicated that the people of the giving they would have had nothIng southern part of the state, andJ. .
and we would not have known O. Lamoreaux of the LONG WAITS
country have consistently favored universal military training was .
needed "
that help.
, from before ,the end of World War II right up to the they ( lucky onea to return with a i';;.$ '
of making -
' present time. Ood has his own ways trophy.Mr. .
. things work out and Indeed and Mrs. Audrey Turner

l If our Congressmen are sent to Washington to carry He had helped us to realize that and little daughter Betty Joyce,

, out the will of the people, what-may we ask-are they after all we were not the only

waiting for? ones that were lonely and madeus REFRESHING
! see that even In lonllness It

Is best not to think of oneself It
t a h WHY NOT ENJOY THE BEST? taught ua too that there are those 1 _
at home who need help if you only

know who they are.

I Indeed we were thankful then

, and we are thankful now till our DRY
cup runneth over because this year
SUPeRIOR tomio OAI SIR YICIf we are with -our children and we CLIAll I g eAT Se

i are not only making a home for
, FO.B COOKING HEATING RRFKIGKtTvnON our own but for others too.
i Jro FOR SERVICE CALL Life Of your Clothes
Fred Isn't'the only football enthusiast -
; k, E. T, SIIULL PLUMBING & HEATING In our family. The other Depends OnThe CARE
They Receive. All Gar-
'I LOCAL AGENT I>"ONE1 night when I went to cover the n
.. children before I retired, John ments Carefully HAND

, started talking In his aleep. He Finished f; flTiafLI >
,was saying very loudly, "Come on
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j: Bradford, Eat 'em up. Eat 'em nioE 109
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When Jerry and I were visiting ;
Mother In Mtddleburg l88t-Thurll-

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/ little daughter exclaimed upon 110 Washington .SU Starke

1 seeing the pond lilies, "Mother

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h' Cecil Moore of Miami; Mr. and was home this weekend iifmo iT roi'HT. m114DFneen Jacksonville. \ Florida.'. AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR Order In newt four weekly laeuea ,
Mrs. John P. Crews and Delbert II The Dick Carroll. of Jacksonville COUNTY' FLOHIUAI- IN:
W RiverLONG Crews of the State Farm; Mr. I. came by en route to Lakeland CBRT. iv riHrriT POINT, nntnvann I WUllame, whose realtlence la un vember3 J19 Tio1lAT
Kate I .
: Plaintiff vaLewie .
PQ "Wrl1lI "01"VTT FI.OHlUAl 191 fIAN-' known. ( > A. .
and Mrs. I
Harold said
Defendant OMFriiALAs
Shiver and son to attend the funeral of Mr. Caae C'ICR Y. You are required. to appear on Clerk of Couruny
IIt BRIDGE -Richard of Lake Butler. Carroll's cousin. Louis Drake. No. I1T. Ann T. Wllllamn, Plaintiff .... December IMh, 147. In the Lucille (\ Conner D. C.
ORDER OP Pl'BLir-ATlON Reuben R. William, Defendant, named. Court and cause John J. Hendemon. E. ,Jr'8fe LeeAndrews Lazenby Harry and Harold Sapp of Frank Merritf. new varietiesof AND NOTICH TO APPEAR Cane No. (5114.ORDER I.I nlnlntlff rtoekrf divorce. r> abov.1 Aiinuntlne, Via .. _
" y Jacksonville spent the first huntIng dallahs STATE OV. FLOKM te: Lewis OF PUBLICATION County Telegraph hull pul> .. Atfy. for r\t. 11.14 4t -
are blooming beautifully .
.' C a e) Willis, .110. realdence U !!lit -- 1t
day in and around New Rlvei now. You should have seen Kirby tthee shop VaMnata. .a.
L1L1IISGler hunting and visiting with their the bouquet\ ho and Nan took to December You are HI required, '147\ In t. th..appear above on t,1
and family uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. church Sunday! It was beautiful. named Court and cauae, wherein y Uz
"camping" In their A. Sapp. plaintiff .....k. divorce Bradford
u.my.rg Rev. Fred Dodd and family County Teleatrap'h shell nabllah the .
(at meal time), while Order In next four weekly leeue
house Mrs. M. S. l.
and dining room IsJtom FUNERAL OF LOUIS DRAKE Hayes were din- Wltnemi. my hand and official seal I.
Iitclien. All the Merritt. attended the 'ner guests of the Lazenbys Sun: at Rtarke; Florida. this November ,\
down. pre- 15. 147. '
} | meals In their large funeral of their nepkew, Louis day.Pete (OFFICIAL, BEAD A. J. Thomas, ; !
,her, Drake In Lakeland Sapp his Aa Clerk of said. Court
ng gave mother Mrs.E.
| block smoke house, on a Monday. Louis By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. \
oil stove. Their dining a veteran of World War II, had A. Sapp a Maytag; washing ma- Znch, M. DotiKlaa, Ualneevllte. Pla.

kitchen a furnishings stored). some time suffering from tubercu night, and of course the! next I
day Mrs. Sapp Just had to washor IN! nnrriT rorwr.TO ItR nFORn I t tI
1 e box: Is stored on their losis.We !vr< FLOHIUAl IN:: CHANftCHT. -
ch, but this\ d .esn't seem are all indeed very. sympathetic at leant she thought she did. I :' I
her. anyone; everyone goes with his family, who all Anyway she gathered up every Frank Fern W.S3.Kuwalk.Kownlk: .Defendant., Plaintiffva: Cane i I II'
huslastlcally contemplating loved him very dearly. He was thing that could be washed (Including No. 81 111. '
I new 25'x8' kitchen. The well liked by friends out here and soma things that hadn't ORDER AND NOTICE OP PUBLICATION) TO APPEAR 11
supposed to be started we all regret to learn of his death. neded washing before), in orderto STATUS OH1. FLORIDA to: Vern ,V. I''
krI0 gis; put the ole "burdea saver' to Kowalk whole realdenre In. : 143 :
rek Dempsey and Margie Sapp! and work. "Well" she said, "I got Kant. Pennsylvania.HharpnacH. Street, Phllad.lphlaIA. ,- '
rite Sapp of Jacksonvillea daughter, Kay spent the weekend started or tried to get started, You ar. required to appear en !
few days with, her .par- with his parents, the E. A. Sapps. but, you know, Ethan Just elbowed named December"" Court 13 sad 1147, caumt In the, wh..r.lnpl..lntltt above I I rn I I I:
Ir. and Mrs. E. A Sapp re- Roy Tomlinson ground cane this me out and around so I ....k. ltvor i', tlradfnrd ;i. I !
Telegraph shall publleh this
week. (Yep we learned about It couldn't wash. Gveryttme I'd Order In next four weekly laeuea.Wltnea i
A. P. Moores have as their too late!) start to do anything he'd get my hand aad official pealat I III.
[ their son and daughter-ln- Among those who enjoyed the there and do It first". Pete said IL Stwrke 1047. JPlorlda I this NovemberOFFICIAL .i IF YOU HAVE A FLUE IF YOU HAVE NO FLUE I ai.q \ ii
1 eell and Wanda Moore and Sing at Pine Level Baptist Church "Just wait Mamma, the new'll ( SEAL) A. .J. Thomas, .
Clerk of pall
A Court
jtilldren, Jimmie and Janice Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd be worn off and I'm quite sure By Lucille, C.*Conner r>. O, r" kill
Jml. They also have moved Wiggins and aunt Mrs. Rosa Pin- you'll be able to wash unmolestednext Martin. J. Pearl has Mraham BldK.Let .. 'y t1
'"" moot ritucEs C.I ICT limit t
trailer to the home of G. EI holster, Mrs. M. S. Hayes and time" Of course that fact ... ., 1 I '1
J at the State Farm, for the Mrs. Rhoda Dowling; Mr. and remains to be sen. We've all : Oil ol tight uailec (he Soar. Simply end. alrracllirely.. da I 8'i''I

|glvlng holidays.. Mrs. Reddish Andrews and others. heard of Daddy's giving his chil- Ua Be Your Ha. b..1.. n..r'. myn.dbbs.m.mwile.s.y. I I

M. S. Hayes of Gainesville Mrs., E. A. Sapp visited her sister dren electric trains and then not "Friend In Need" I(! Tktowt column el Ireihlywarned budget. .,"enr lie ol home.Circulating ( 1 ''
uniting her sisters! Mrs. Maude (Mrs. Bill Richardson) giving them a chance to play with ) *Into alitant loan* ol radlanl. heat t ,
Cason and Maa. Rhoda last week in Jacksonville.! Maude them. Yes, we'll see who gets During The Busy Holiday Etn to Initill-no duoM.. of combination ol both. I,
U Saturday and Sunday. had undergone a rather serious "elbowed" next wash day! Season Just Ahead l ,
Jon; the visitors at churchv operation, but at the time of Mrs Well we didn't have time for .
| at Long Bridge were Mr. Sapp's visit she was recuperating the "barbecue chicken" recipe ; jOleuplea j
. Irs. Pompsey Sapp'and nicely and looking fine. She still this week, but here' a recipe for .
. tel'' Kay; Mr. M. S. Hayes, I has a long road to travel yet uncooked candy. Try It-it's especially minimum floor Quirk sure heal la mail I

(Gainesville; Mrs. Durden of before she will be completely well. good for teachers in a poe. Bully. InoloUod In anycleaat o J" e...., bathfooma eo. Moet \ '' ,
lone Heights; Mr and :Mrs. Charley Cowen of the U of F class room-It's) been tried. ,. back porch ot ullllly
Uncooked Candy .,.. Haal U eitoulaleii thru eooaomloel ol all oil ......... r- '

On a large bread board empty ..nloo ducta Operating l extremely low. !

Phone 52.Jw. 2 packages of sugar (powdered) :
I S8" \y.DE) St VICE In a pile. With a fork, begin t '
-oiiow TH. sroa.it l\frs. Harlmann, mashing! a medium sized banana 'DELICIOUS CAKES. MUlLS /
right into the sugar! Try to keep PIES. DONUTS AND i
edewwa..n/ the banana as!! near the center COOKIES Let Us Do .., .. Hue. i i
of the pile as possible, mashing Your Baklnno So You emCOUOU. ta balk '

From where I sit by Joe Marsh lumps out of the sugar and stirring Can Enjoy The Fun. !! .heal, J I
constantly. (It looks pretty .....".. "
discouraging at first-all mushy, ,'.
e but keep up the good work!) Lappe Bakery dungy warm montha.IISTALLATIOIS .+ .e. j I

Ma Hoskins Keep adding sugar from the pile 1I ,
and trying to keep It from stick SI:* W. CALL ST FIREPLACE I

Sneezed at Cats! ing. Soon you have a ball of"dough" Ftione 18 I l Authoritative booklet tells why modern. oil ,, '
which like pie For Free Delivery houaet heating beat and "h..petlilo. Florida. .
crust.! Use third package of sugar Many modala may be adj.led ill Describe and illustrate' *,model beat suited to '
if needed to keep the board aa permanenl. eddllloal to your home and budget Get tree copy el Florida
la Hoskins couldn't understand! beer. Myself, I enjoy a moderate sprinkled, (like flour under pie Ureplaoea. Circulating or re Power 4 Light Company ol your ctwIerY SEE
y she got a fit of sneezing every glass of beer or two with friends crust) then with a rolling pin roll daft beat or both Can ... NEW OIL HEATERS el your DEALER'S' NOWI .
e Harpo, the cat, came In the but it'. up to them what ban out like pie crust With a long diemaalled during aununer t
,Finally figured she'd have to erage they choose. I'I'III thin-bladed knife spread peanut : :' 5, '

rid of Harpo altogether. From where I sit, the importint butter over all the candy. j1 FL08IDI "O\f\! yiCHT)' CUMitf ,
Then Doe HollUter 'explained! thing is not to let our social Now sprinkle with shredded # Fine Entertainment For All The Family' e,' w j

I had an ".Uer".." Cat's fur allergies result in antisocialde cocoanut and finally chopped nuts. a TU I.W E1ICTIIC JOUR Of CEAIM. I
her sneeze like strawberries taboos. Let's not criticize the Cut( dates may be added, too.) .Every Sundoy Afternoon, '- CBS, a a ff tI' I
ve some folki rash. He gave her fellow who likes beer If we Ilk. Here's where the fun begins! a pe : ,
Inoculation so the and Harpo elder A little inoculation of kI1e Start rolling over the outside -,-- '. .
edge-nearest you-roll all the
Id live sneetelessljr together ante can help us live-and-let-Hre
whole length of the edge, gently
n .s a lot of as have "alter happily together.. .. tucking in closely as If you were t ti'

(Tin the social sense.Some ) /?//' rolling a jelly roll. Stretch this I
it can't tune novice or radio c9ce -"1<*A4& roll as you continue rolling It ... I'' .
ntdlins.Other folks don't go for over When In a long roll cut r I
with sharp knife in wheels, the > ,/ It I i I''

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1-4 inch. Serve Immediately or I t ( '( "
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let stand overnight In lee box. It .,-. 'f
PropertyOwnerNeeds J t' t s ;-! ;I
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I "SOCIETY and CLUBS I Miss Pearce To Wed Miss Howard WedsD. Informal Party StricklandWatkins' U. D. C.-To Meet

Garland Godwin B. Mercer In For Mrs. DowlingMrs. Miss Martha Lee Strickland The W T Weeks

of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis j UtJC Chapter
Church daughter will
Jacksonville W. E. Plummer and Mrs have Its
ThemeAt Strickland of Wildwood and social, next bu
Farewell Party Thanksgiving S. G. Denmark were hostesses Sat alld progralll
Miss Margaret E. Howard, Nov. 15, honoringMrs. granddaughter of Mrs. J. C. Manning the home ot Mrs. 1I1
urday night 1..
For Two TeachersMrs. WCTU Meeting"Let
daughter of Mr. and Mr*. VassieH. W. E. Dowling on her birth- of Starke will become the Wednesday, December A. Da,
Howard of Starke became the bride of Milton S. Watkins, also m. 3, lot
Carolyn Kinney and Mrs. Us Give! Thanks", was the! day anniversary.
bride of Dan Bruce Mercer of We- of Wfldwood. Sunday evening,
Ada Lawson were honored Tuesday topic of the WCTU meeting held Guests gathered in the living
Nov. :0: at S o'clock in the Lat-
watchee, Washington, at a lovely Miss
afternoon with a lovely fare- Friday afternoon in the office of Strickland
Plummer home, has
of the
room ter Day Saints Chapel, Jack80n-
Friday even- frequent
well party given for them by the Gospel Tabernacle. The President candlelight ceremony victor to
Ing, October 17 at 8 oclock In the where small green potted plants ville. :has Starke
members of the faculty and heldIn Mrs. W. N. Johnson used in artistic many friends here
were placed arrange-
First Methodist Church of Jack-
Psalm the basis for
the 150th
the Home Economics room. as
ment at intervals around the
sonville. The la the -
the Devotional and all members bridegroom I
Mrs. Kinney has resigned as room. A dainty bouquet of deep CONCRETE BLOCKS
and visitors contributed to this BOn of Mr. and Mrs. L I* Mer- MIXED OliCR
secretary In the BHS office as win clover placed on the coffee
part of'the meeting with a cer of Seattle, Washington. SASH DOQRS PAINT IIARDWARt
has Mrs. Lawson from her position table near the sofa added to the
I' Thanksgiving thought. Mrs. R. O. a The Rev. L. C. Lions of Jacksonville -
of teaching one of the fourth charm'' of the decorations.
Nunnery and Miss Kdna Noegel performed the single ring I Most
grades there. rendered a "Hymn of Thanksgiv ceremony. I Mrs. Dowling was recipient of

Tokens of remembrance and to appreciation the- Ing", accompanied by Miss Wal- The bride was given in marriageby I many lovely gifts on this happy E verythlnR ANNIS I ,
/ were presented occasion and won the hearty best :
lace at the piano. Mr. O. W. Mr. Lewis Nolan of Jackson
honorees. Mrs. Lawson was re- wishes of all present. 'To W
Sllberer. a Missionary visitor at
Title. For her wedding ensembleshe
lace hand-
cipient of an exquisite the meeting, gave a helpful Tem chose a fitted suit of delicate During the latter part of the Build nUII.DIING SUPPLIES 8Ille
kerchief while Mrs. KIDney received
bracelet. perance talk, using the second shade of blue, worn with black enjoyable evening, the hostesses INC.
a dainty gold chapter of Titus and emphasizing accessories. Her corsage was of served birthday cake and other Be pal n For
Mra. Blanche Edwards, Mrs. temperance in all things. deep red chrysanthemums, and refreshments to those present who 10S6-10-I8 W. lulu St.. South

Kate Sheppard and Mrs. Ruby Business was disposed of and her only ornament was a strand were, beside themselves and honoree 01" Gainesville Florida Xsua

Craft were members of the refreshments the Treasurer reported almost all of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom as follows: Mr. and Mra. PHONE 211 218
committee. :Members Mrs. Bertha Pearce of Starke Remodel
dues paid for the year including the of her Miss Nell Daromy was maid of Clifford Hazen, Billy Dowling, P. O. Box 02
announces engagement
of the Home Economics department -
honorary dues by the men. One and Mr. and Mrs. John Mlxon.lti .
honor, while Miss Evelyn Haines,
prepared the delicious refreshments I added at this 'daughter, Wanda ,to Garland lit D
now member was Mrs. Clara Lukes, and Miss
which were served GodwIn, son of Mr.'and I Mrs.1 :I.C .
during the latter part of the aft meeting.Mrs. ). Godwin of the State Farm. White were bridesmaids.Mr. We now have OB a hand a full RESTAURANT
ernoon. Johnson Invited the next The wedding will take place In Mercer had as his best man line o* office supplies pen, MEET AND EAT AT ROY'S
meeting which will be held the the near future. Jim Bracken, USN and ushers pencils, ink papers 'typewriter Good Food Soda Fountain

Ike Eat your TURRET DINNER at third Friday,In December becauseof Miss Pearce is now a student were Raymond Cram F. Luke, lbbon, etc. Bradford County Rest Rooms For Your Convenience
the CRACKER GRILL Thursday. the Christmas holidays. it Florida State University In Billy Foster and Jim Kenyon. Telegraph.

----------- ----.-- ._"_____ -_- u"= --_- _- ----- rallahaaaee and Mr. Godwin laattending Following the ceremony, the
'f the of Flor- couple left on a wedding trip to
uI I-Aiv AREZ' STORE Men's Clothing; Viii I ida In Gainesville.University Daytona Beach. They are now
Established I 1894 making their home In Starke

while Mr. Mercer Is serving with
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the V. S. Navy in Green Cove

Is Shower HonoreeMrs. Springs.Mrs. .
Morcer attended Massey

. THE AMERICAN 'LEGION PRESENTS W. E. Plummer and Mrs. Business College, and Is now employed
W E. Dowllng honored Mrs. S. G. by Campbell's accounting
THE CHEROKEERODETiT Denmark last Thursday night firm in Starke.
J with a lovely stork shower at the

Plummer home or. the corner of Jr. Woman's ClubThe
: Jefferson and Bay Streets.

Guests gathered in the living Junior Woman's Club will
room where pink predominated in meet December 4 at 7:30: p. m. s.
the decorative scheme. A charmIng at the home of Misses Evelyn and aaANORt12

bouquet of white narcissi and Lillian Stump. A unique programhas
" pink roses was placed on the coffee been planned for' the evening.
j4r Sunday, table adding dignity and Hostesses will be Mrs. Eldrldge e1taNA 1
Fri. & Sat. beauty to the occasion. On an- Smith, Mrs. James Dennis and

NightsNov. Afternoon other table nearby was a large ar- MIss Dorothy Claire Klckllter.

Nov. 30 rangement of pink carnations accented -
I 28 29 by delicate fern. Surroundings LerWI
3:00 rwere further enhancedby I r 9s
I" 8:15 a striking bouquetof pink car- suooAfHr 7/ ,

nations on the radio cabinet. ,
During the evening several de-
Children lightful games were enjoyed by aJcejwlmU.U.L.OV.A
Adults aor s$I as[ca
guests and near the end of the ,
25c' evening the hostesses served delicious -
50c !
- refreshments.
) Plus Tax (I
'I us Tax Those invited by Mrs. Plummerand

, Mrs. Dowling .to share the P- li .
lovely occasion with the honoree !

were Mrs. DL.\ Thomas, Mrs. .

FOOTBALL FIELD Starke, Fla. Ralph Barksdale.Alvarez Mrs.; Martin Jr., Mrs.Land'Robert, Mra. Sun. Mon. Nov. SO l>oo. 1 7;. _

Hazel Simmons, Mrs. Albert L. THE FARMER'S 8 rl'a fr"

Crosby. Jr., Mrs. Clifford Hazen, I
Mrs. John Mixon, Mrs. Vernon DAUGHTER
Bronc Busting Bulldogging Sllcox Mrs. Eugene Long Mrs. 1 watch

Ressle Colson, Mrs. Billy Jackson Jos. Gotten, Loretta Young 1i i ao.tin

Roping Steer Riding t\ Mrs. Freeman Register Jr., Short &; News and there is
,.&. and Mrs. Leon Moorer. r, rrues. *

1 I ,_ Chip Morris and his horse "Black Fox"High Dec.IGREAT : ..
'I 5 Past Masters
School and Dancing Horses DAY
Honored By MasonsAt Jewelry

Clown and his Trained Mule Dinner EventAn Erlo Portman Short A; News Flora Robson Gem

Trick Riding and High Jumping Horses .
\Ve outstanding: event In Masonry
.. .
Cow Girls Drone Riding took place here Monday night DOUBLE FEATURE
when fifteen Fast Masters of St. Starke
Comedy Ford With Three Clowns Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. & A. M. STANLEYAND i 109 E. Call

honor at dinner held
were guests a .
Cowgirls Cowboys Indians Clowns In the USO building at 7 oclock.. LIVINGSTONSpencer vt

Highlight of the evening was
Tracy, Nancy Kelly
an Inspiring address by WarrenL.
Jones Chief Rabban of Mor- BLOOD, pies lad'
occo Temple{ Jacksonville rind
0 another outstanding feature was
} the impressive Third Degree Lec- Jas.
Cagney Sylvia Sidney
ture by Wilbur W. Masters Assistant -
'tWill Be Gift Wrapped Without Charge Rabban of Morocco Temple.The I News

1 Masters Degree was con Frl. Sat. -= Dee. 4 IS

{ ferred on five candidates Harry DOUBLE FEATURE

I' Lappe, Lavon Andrews, J. G. Hoi- ,,
ton, Arthur and V. BANJO 1 I -
Holiday W. > _
Gunter by the Blue Lodge D- _
Sharon White /
j gree Team of Morocco Temple. Jarq Irlcel+e+k*
In ( Roy T. Lord of Jacksonville, High plsI

4 I We are now showing plenty of Gift '[1 Priest and Prophet of Morocco Under Tonto RimNan
Temple, served M the Degree _
Team He and the other Leslie, Richard Martin
jf Wrapping material Twine Ribbons, [1 captain. Serial & Cartoon
team members were paid high :
ft Tape Paper Seals, and Tags, Enclosure \J tribute by Thoa. B. Harding Worshipful :
Master of Lodge No.' 33,
Cards Etc. for the manner in which they

I' Xmas Gift Boxes Tree !mony.conducted Past Masters this who Impressive were honored cere. Ware SOFA BED SUIT 2-Pieces $129

11 guests on this occasion were P. M.
G Ornaments, Red Stockings
Barefoot A. J, Thomas C. H.
ii 8; Santa Boot Candy Boxes Nasworthy. Lacy Conway Joe

'J r: J Slstrunk. C. A. Futch V. S. St. N
And Many Other Items For JIt John R. C. Buford. Joe Martinez,
\ -- S. E. Sparks L. G. Powell. E. W.
The Christmas season.
Hayes, G. M. Slstrunk, Nat Stern-
"- berg, and F. F. Stump.

The welcoming address was

I Red or White Candles and made by Mr. Barefoot to the 142
'i' guest who attended this event
Fancy Candles in Various p from all parts of the state.

For Decorating
Mrs. Knight HostessAt

A The,Table or Mantel. C Buffet For CircleLast

Thursday night Mrs. C.

A Fresh Shipment Of I A. Knight entertained the officers ai
in the Baptist Women's Circle of y

'Whitman & Hollingsworth Fine the Baptist WMU' at a lovely buf-
Candies fet supper
J' Arrived This Week The table was covered with an i

exquisite floral linen cloth and "An Ideal
centered with an arrangement of Christmas Gift For The Family"

UKOCH' ;DRUG STORES! yellow for Mrs.this button Knight circle chrysanUtcaauma..Is and the plans new leader were C. 'H. DRIGGERS' FURNITURE'., CO.STARKE.:: .

mad, for the coming year, and
also far Ute new year book.


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of LOCAL NEWS I Ig J. H.visitor DuPre has been a frequent Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and: Little Girls' Coats, all-sizes, CARD OK THANKSWe !! Rigdon Injured '

during the past two family spent last weekend in' at STUMP'S.Mrs. .
weeks to Live Oak where his Brooksville at the home of Mrs. i wish to express our deep
LH a. Powell returned Sun-
mother Mrs. J. E. DuPre, J. A, Landrum. Lacy Rigdon of Jacksonville,
HathCOCk of BlackweU, C. M. Phillips, local evangelist, suffered recently I day night from Columbia, S. C., appreciation for the many exprei- I
a stroke of Starke la In a serious
Mr. formerly ,
and Mrs. Hollis
railed, his mother, Mrs. Is conducting a successful revival V. Knight where the spent several days with tons of sympathy, flowers and

I Hathcock last weekend.obbY at the Church of dod In Wllllston. Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman and children, and Mrs C R.I her sister Miss Martha Frlpp.. other kindnesses shown us In our condition In a Jacksonville hospital
have as their Thanksgiving Smith, Jr., and small son Cecil who Is ill In hospital theft'len's ''.
of the S. S.Usa the result'of Injuries received -
Glatzau holiday recent bereavement. aa
guest their
daughter-in- Ralph, all of Gainesville. are
guest last Thursday Frank Hilliard of Oakland, law Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Jr., of guests during the holiday of theformer' !\ and boys'' All-Wool -MM. Netta Maruca and family In an automobile accident
Calif. Zipper Jackets at STUMP'S.Mr .
hi. uncle and aunt Mr. was visiting old friends here Bethlehem Pat r
of parents,,,Col. and Mrs. -Mrs.\' Stefanolll and fam- which claimed four liven! near
W'\ A. Scott. He arm last week. He lived In Starke at Grady C. Hill and grandson Henry
'II Mr. D. E.
and Mrs. K. O. Duncan Knight.Mr. .
Jacksonville by .plane one time and has many friends have Master Phil Caaay 0: Atlaata, ,up: Macclenny last Saturday night.
as Thanksgiving Mr.Duncan's ..
Beach Calif., where he here among the older residents. guests and Mrs. Alton Dobbs were Da., were guests last week of Mrs.

ng based since hw ship re- He was spending his vacation with mother, Mrs. I* A. Dun-: dinner guests last Thursday at Buracy and Mrt. Jinte' Avery.
II can and her son-in-law and the home of Dr. and Mrs.
recently from a 'round-the- his aunt MnuH. C. Richard, In daughter Brant- Mr. and Mrs.. T. C. Carter of FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE"In
Mr. and Mrs. ROSH ley In Grand In.
Bcrulse.Ik Palatka. Providence Fla., recently visited
Adams and daughter Lynn Mr. and Mrs. Lester, A. Hall
Ray of Ellljay. Ga., was a Eat your TURKEY DINNER at Adams air of Neptune Beach; of Citra; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Boree Mrs. Carter' mother, Mrs. 'Laura The Heart of Town And< In The Hart
[for several:day, last week the CRACKER GRILL Thursday. Mrs T. W. Fielding/ and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Boree Powell and sister. Mrs. J. H. of The People"A

I and Mrs. C. Av Knight, rand Mr.\ and Mrs. W. A. Scott and Mrs. T. E. Duncan and children and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree, all Fields. -

I Mrs. C.i C. Hflppe'iindImiDie. theft guests Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Teddie, Sue, and Aubrey Duncan, of Jacksonville! were guests Sun Mr. Ellen Jane Ives of London, People

will spend the week.re Babcock and Mrs. F, V. Kent, all of Gainesville; and Mr. and day at the home of Mr. and'Mrs. England has come to this countryto Southern. Baptist Church' For All

with Mr. and Mrs. O. L.By were visitors In Gainesville Monday Mrs. G. Parnelk of Atlanta Ca. L. U. Morgan. make her home with her

and Mrs. A. C: Durd brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and School 9(49 TrainingValuM 6tS
!Mr. Mr: and Mrs. W. E. Plummer Miss Jeanette Priest was in Sunday
J. W. Klncald.LvCR Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Peek ofGladewater. Mr.. J. S. Rose on Klngsley Lake. Hour
Mrs left Wednesday for Miami, where Lake/ City last weekend as guest Morning WorxbJplllOO Evening Happy I
Sales A Service. The Texas arrived re- they are visiting his mother dur- of her uncle Ray Priest. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick. Jr., 7:8

Ltlet r 0 r genuine part :cently In Starke, where they are ing Thanksgiving. Their daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. L Crosby Jr., recently visited relatives In Bron- .

1120. Smith's Garage. U visiting among relatives for an Patricia Ann, will remain for are Thanksgiving guests of his son.

Vf D. Faxon and son, extended period of time. Theyare an extended visit with her grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Hear The Pastor Kev. Lewis D. Hainea t

are Thanksgiving guests guests of Judge and Mrs. >a. mother. In Brooker. Miss Dorothy Mott 11:00 A. M. "Where Is The Messiah?"

Faxon'a': son-in-law andIter K. Perryman, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bat your TURKEY DINNER at Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump and t
Rltth Mrs. F. 'H. Long, and Becomes Bride p M. "Salvation aad a Dig I Fish"
Capt. and Mrs. M. C. o; the CRACKER GRILL Thursday. daughters Misses Evelyn and 7:30 -
In Sumler. S. C. They will N. D. Wainwright, Sr.. who isMr. Lillian Stump left Wednesday afternoon Of Jas. H. McCarthy 4 __' r '-
Miss Marjorie Davis who Is
V-ompanled home byi little .. Peek's brother. Mr. Peek senior at Florida State a for Monticello, where they "Vtalt The Chureh With The VlnlUno; ....tor"
Dee Faxon who has beeng was the brother of the late Comer University are spending the Thanksgiving Miss Dorothy Mott and James

the Fords for several L. Peek and lived In Starke whena l la spending; Thanksgiving Day at holidays with Mr. and Mrs W. H. M. McCarthy were joined In marriage -
the home
of her parents, Mr. and
young man. Thomson and children, Freddie
Mrs R. J. Davie on Wednesday, November .r.D'.Pff
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Marjorie and Evelyn. I
K. G. Duncan Moore 1 S1 *' B* SBS""" BBB B.W P- JW
(ret Rose and Kaspar spent and family of Lake Wales are Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cook are Beautiful assortment Ladies 19. at noon In the First Methodist

night In Jacksonville) aaClf Thanksgiving/ Day. guests of Mrs.D. holiday guests of her parents in Coats and Coat Suits at Church In Folkflton, Ga. WEEK-END SPECIALS I

Mrs., Duncan's aUter- W. Moore. Albany, Ga. STUMP'S. I Attending the couple were Mrs ,

Mrs. R. E.:, Theis. HOOVER Sales & Service. The Mr and Mrs. Alton Dobbs were Mrx. W. R. Strickland wa guest' Maude Mott mother of the bride,

and Mrs.. Or 8., Newcomb only outlet for genuine parts. In Palatka Sunday visiting hiM Sunday of her son, daughterinlaw 'and Mrs. Leona McCarthy motherof

Ions are Thanksgiving Day Phone 120. Smith's Uarage. tfMr sister. ,Mrs. Fred Halslop of and grandnon Mr. and Mrs.

I of Mr. and Mrs.' .E. W. ) and Mrs. Morgan Stephensand Starke who Is 111 in a Palatka K. C. Culbreath and Jimmy at the bridegroom.For SAPP's STARLINGS'STORE

Lint) in Orlando. family have been visiting In hospital. Alachua County Air Bane. her wedding the bride chosea .

Ice part-wool, I large Atlanta and also In South Florida Beautiful New Dresses, Mrs. W. B. Mundy spent Sun lovely grey suit with matching &

ie Blankets, '$4.50 at during Mr. Stephens two weeks' sizes !9 to 52, at STUMP'S. [day In Jacksonville. acces orlos. She wore a corsageof

HP'S. vacation from the A & P Store. Isaac Lewis of Monticello was M;'. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle were roses. E GROCERY

visiting his sister, Mrs. David visitors Sunday In Jacksonville, Following the ceremony, thn r

Kelley, Wednesday of last week. where they attended the GardenClub's couple left for a short honeymoontrip 600 E. 10th St. E. Call St. I
Fall Festival
Every Branch of.INS.URAN'C W. J. Dodd of Plckens Ml ll., flower show. to Rogervllle, Tenn.

was guest Tuesday of last week Mrs.Edwards Mae Edwards and James, Miss Can-Elaine Mrs. McCarthy was a 1047 grad Friday & Saturday Nov. ..28 29

E at the home of Mr. and Mrs Guy ,
Andrews. non were guests Sunday at the uate of Bradford High School, u '

Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthewsare home of Mr. and Mr 'J. W. Edwards while Mr. McCarthy received his ADAMS BLENDED McGruthrt 22 oz. '

Jr., In Homentnad. En- schooling at Pacific Beach San
spending Thanksgiving in Orlando Grapefruit & OrangeJUICE ,r ,
as guests of their son-in- route they were Joined In Daytona Diego, Calif., and at Hcllbronn
Beach Mr. and Mrs. FJlbert BEANSIn
H. C. WALL.AGENCY H.law B.and McLendon.daughter Dr. and Mrs. Edwarda by, who accompanied them. Springs! where he now' owns and

!Mr. and Mrs. Edwin St. John I operates McCarthy's garagn.HOSIERY ''i 1
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Thurmanof I
PLEASE PHONE 146 and daughter Sunnn, of Baldwinare .. Tomato Sauce
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Ba/Mfleld, Miss., were! recent
Constant Service Over 50 Years guests of their son and family, holidays guests of Mr and ':
Mra. V S. St. John and 6c
the W. W. Thurmans. family. ea. 2 for 29c
Eat TURKEY DINNER at llttt: your TURKHY; THNNKK: at .

your the CRACKER GRILL Thursday.Mr. ,.. .. ,r__... ,2
-- C'C'CK"lt CiltlM
-- I ho Thursday. U
and Mrs W. W. Flneren u.
Mr and Mrs. E. L. Middleton 'OMan it. ..IJWrsESFEvDFie That Famous HIUPFLOUR '
of Gainesville and Miss ',
Dorothy Hrand TALL
CLASSIFIEDTOUR of Jacksonville and Miss Marjorie Any 'I

Middleton, who is a student at Flreren of Jacksonville are guests Ie- QMd6AifD i I
---- of I\Irs. A
during Thanksgiving
Florida State University, are
I CAR we have a nIILOO D. Crosby. MILKI
auto radio Immediate FOR SALEONE Thanksgiving guests of Dr. and ::1
lullMlon.. A. law a* aU.50. NEW 8-BEDROOM Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Mr. and Mrs. Hognn Smith were '
in Hawthorne where
recently they
Just compl ted. Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Landrumare
r at Madlaon atrta. Stark
tfSTnOUX OfT"IUH WllirR PANT 15 OAl I were guests of his mother, Mrs. 10 Ibs. 93c )
Svml-UloiiB $4 gal White enamelH.LUMBEIt enjoying Thanksgiving in 2 f for 25c I lu :
Jacksonville: at the ho&V of her' R. JL.Smith. ?. .., c BARGAINS
1 YOUR FARM. CITY AND, New shipment of Ladies \\I'
NESS PROPERTY Is. I60-J70; Window *omplti: parents Mr. and Mrs:: .3. A. Rog .... ,.. .. .. .,
PlumbingFitting*; M In;Ply Wood ers. Spcrt and Drew Shoes just ANKLETS pulm for $1 i, regular SWEETPotatoes
Pine Flooring: Book Shelve. _. arrived at STUMP'S. roc value. bur Infnnts: girls or New Fresh "Pip Pork" I
C.mellt .
ladle Assorted colora.LADIES'
t Olan Block, Sand: 1 Miss Agnes Crosby of nrooker

: 'u ALHO Conorat Pip; Conorat was the guest la.t.weekend of IIOnn-4 pair for fl.I ago
SKESTATECreafeaf ; Block, all sites; pipe, step atones, VMU.. Choice o( .."ml-Dh..r aeaml -
house piers, floor Cement Rock, her brother and sister-in-law, Mr CHOPS51bs.25c
..... ; ; eii rayon or fulliieani nwrvlca
try .......ri.a'ertl.er. Hun -.at.. over- Oil Mortar and Mix Block, Steel Paint:Window Concrete; Flour Paint ,, and Mr*. A: L. Crosby, Jr. weight' cotton. Fall Hliadai.MRN'H .

oalr. OC llomee Farms- complete; Dump Truck. Haullns Visiting Sunday at the home of: COTTON SOX-I pair for fl25o : :"
Bayer from all over tae On. SkU-S..... new Mr. and Mrs. S. B.. Sparks were value. Medium weight, long ;:
Free open Itatlttar. LOTS FOR tlALKll! $200 fSO
up style or hort-elunllo top. Aimort- Lb. 49c"
Mrs. R. T. Crouch and
STROUT REALTY AGENCY down2e mo. In.O"R! limit daughter, ed colors

I (IESERAL fI Miss Madge Crouch, Chris Nelson, .. .. .. ,.. .. ,
nni>Koiiu E'VCiiaituEHiNU: ( 0. .MKM'H DRESS HOX-K for l.
Represented Locally By : pairs $
... and Mr*. E. C. Sparks, all of
J. Mavrlo* Rdward rb. S4 3Co value Fine rayon long or
C. riOLLINGSWORTH Gainesville. short elastic top Aflnortei] color. We wish to thank our many friends and
116 So. Walnut St. t s lli *lry are slight Imperfnut
: at
INSURANCE-I writ all line: 1 1 your DINNKIf Please atat sites wanted.No !
fire, automobile., liability, and thn CRACKER GRILL Thursday.
!W S.f P. nOWRLI, Spirit. life. Sea me for your Insurance COD'S. We Pay Parcel Po.t. customers for their splendid patronage at
i.t. Medium, and Healer. State need N. Wainwright, Jr., 129 Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale were
I County lice,**,. I ell you ,V. Call St., Phone 164. tf I guests Sunday of Mr,' and Mrs.
Luther Clark place ami. N both stores.
I lurk on Rd. 200. Look form I Edward Enaor In Jacksonville.Mr. .
FOR RKNT-Attractive, olean furnished r" :
tf and Mrs.:Richard H. White
and unfurnished npartment, "' Joe S. and L.
Volley Starling
I BALE-On. very clone In. Denlrable location.No left Monday for their home In I'. o. iiov 21)/11: "..p,. AIITV
6-room home tinrnlHheil -
; one 4-room home, furred objection to well behavetlchildren. MeNAIR'S I'le-M-TcatM Ortl- Boston Mass, after spending several KvOltlLl.i". TIiI1JII"foN:
m. Immedlata possession. In- Nollman.-Mr.201 and W. Mr Madison W. St.Tt. fled tobacco seed l produce. quality daY of their wedding trip -

I"1 Cenur st-8tarkMATTRESSES sip- 11138 Stark. tf l-af. Oaring 1948, the to. with their uncle and aunt, Mr. - - - - -

boccn acreage will be cut. .Your and Mrs Richard McCarthy, in
HOI'HINO A C : : available on Klnfffttoy Lalce. For planting lied Is more Importantthan Heilbronn Springs Mr. and Mrs II

OF ALL, KINDS of Information Commerce.see Starke Chamber tf ever. White were married on November )} "
RENOVATEDft To help make up for reduced 9.

KFNNRY'S REST A CONVALESCENT quota, plant McNalr's Yield- O. L. Haynes, Jr., who Is a "

mer Larry'home*, KlnKl Place). flood I.akefor food- Tested Certified 8e* l. Grownon student at the Atlanta Dental L Pre Christmas SALE! I i

iiulet I surroundings I experiencednurse. f McNaJr'K Yleld-Testel. Farm College tw upending the Thank W'

write. (For'. 3. Information Kinney, Clen.aae Dol or, and sold byiR. graving holidays with his mother. ,J ) "

Starke! Fla. tpli5FOIi Mrs.: O. L. Hayn and family. ,
B. ROBERTS & MON Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott have 7-Way Floor Lamps
4AI.R Worthington Fla.R.AHV )} ,
I BInnde Bed Roma lies. Complete. A GAINEYBrooke. as their guests Mr fic.tt'IJ par- ,
'wllh Sprlner! *. ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bubcock
REUPIIOL8TERED S-4 Heil Sprlnlf A Mattress, .., Fla. Valued 9fJd
Oitarln. Canada: )}
tf North Bay. 1 ,
1 Cherry :T>reer. 1 7
AND REFINISHED Banquet Dining Table A !Six! Chairs. \I McNair'a Ywt.t-TMtcd Seed Co. and her sister, Mrs. F, V, Kent at
Drop Us A Card I White Bndlo Enamelled Table. foal or Wood r La...jiu/c, H. C. of Ottawa Canada, 39.95Heautiful 1 /

HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. Range", 3 Month Old. .? I i
Bo\ 230 Palatka, Fto.'R. 1 H"t Porch Furniture. Bronze lla.ses Colorful
Wood rant Iron Heater. I
0 RHorri: Mock. House, almoat T Acre TOYS. Rayon Silk Shades
' WHIP col- of Land. 1300 Ft on State highway .
BOYS and one
Dpi'rold, Dahmer'a dally and OKt Sunday Shoppe.pitper. not h.bovegFurniture.lt. with Also C"ncrwt.I1lo..k. with on.* gf Stake Body Give One For C'hrl.tn.w Will I >,i
4t 12-8 UxU*. 3<4 Mile South of Starka.1st Wagons/ Deliver For You On Xma Kve.
House on Right below manley S "
II SALE large auprfx kero. Ranch. Large Slvn nn Oate..rp I

'n.. .refrigerator'omplete/. with In A-l vegetablenkt 80ndl.IIIIn. 11-Z9 B & M DRIVE INN S Dolb- Get Your Worries Over With

He. .Th, Watkins Man", a.I' -room, -storT house. I 'I
I' Senders.. or write boa 231. Partly furnished with I baths, KUY NOW
Park. Itp 11-18 I, ar
Also tworoom apt close 'In. p'
,'t Very reasonable Inquire 600 N. Under New Management Doll '
\"" SALE-atov* wood" cheap If Walnut St. *f Carriages .
'Ood.*"Hartminn.elMaeufachu EXTRA SPECIAL9Piece '
Auk 'FOR SALH .0 are fine. pastureItroom I 'f
1 for A. Hartmann. PhonoI II-It house, rented *, two ,-.nom Baby Rockers
It 12 acres ciiltlvareil -
cabins, furnished: .
I RENTTwo room and bath I : about 1000 feet hulfllna Dining Room P
. M hway. Alsonursery
Plandlna "
Wna, iota on
tlo weekly. City limit
. started U
30O pecan tree
1 uih Kouta lour Phone 17 ring hv n. F.of Clark In I'U. Can be.seen ." ISaby high/, Chain SUITS p
tip IIU1'1'I'o.t at Tlrooksld Farm east J. A. MILLER S :f
ml from : Sf J
: Wvnn
your potfil polniol- farm and brld.Mr*. C. C. 229.95
1e now from Mra. Us-low. 1111 1t-2'i NEW OWNER ft Tricycle
ttayrtt. St. and enjoy them at owner _
\\Ir bent Itp lIUI FOil SILE ___ ._ ___.. __. m "I

.;7l'ag'SALE' .tove._ Double Inquire barnar am Jew-oil I Arm"Army 1 Electric rook Stoves Refrigerator 8'O un"O" ,$110arWi.EY UU \\Ve {Will Continue Serving Fine | RADIOS Table blnatlons.and Hoor Sell MandelCnm: I Use Your Credit .P,

-: Arm F."t .a D1i'la9t flan Sandu-lches and Chicken at Popular Prices : Nationally Advertised! Make K-Z TERMS:
.-- \LE to acre on State 6IT'S
4r road. Writ C. T. Winslow,
t'ol., HP IIAT.F--On.! large Nor** rlrt'ul.tlnor -
_ Stark. FOR .
. l ln. h.a..r, U.ed on. week >> A FACT YOU "

sn Ir. Kt. -... Errol AI"are.. HP

fERS J"A. FOR Ind SALE! bridge at Lau.raft..r Rout- RyMINrlTOwNOtr In: several month.PFSSreceived carrying. Ill) 110....ineluding ...-. BEER '

JL..../I.ln."III.$ | | Highway> Itp A wonderful lax Xmas an.1 Bradford gift for some i JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO/

: and lucky p.r.en. Cousty I
i.+ae.andHlo5ona11th Bt! ., 1X Teleicraph. Open 10:00 A. M.'.to 12:00 P..M.' .
1'5w. .S.red 81..... E. far *al*. Blooming PHONE 151 $
ttp 18-f !iante at. ....mtm blu.iy propagation lie- I STARKE;, FLAB tt"Ifi'w"Lrw'Iegr"IRS""e.FVttAr r
I It varieties' 4
"JI\ALD: Sjundar Paper ..a. ..lIe. rM. nnrpletw .
; rM to Your door. Please phone osrh 11 1 pinks.a-It. F. Tau" .
It" 1 -
Lr. can a t Dalu..r' lift NAC. .... ., '4lMAt.w-"M-1ewti1R'W 7gw 't:
lIP&. ,r. ...t.i.j,:..t._'. ..It.12. t" .

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Santa Says; ::

This Christmas

Do Your Shoppim

At HOME! i

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ii:-- i' 1.-The money you spend in Starke helps support your merchants who in turn pay

the taxes to operate our town, county, schools, and bild a greater city by investing

-h- ; here the money you spend with them.

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Va t : : ..... ,., 2. You eventually get back a portion of the money you spend at home because


a. ', t .
' f .,.,....,. 3. When you trade at home you patronize THOSE YOU KNOW and who KNOW
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'\i ti YOU. They are anxious to please you because they value your friendship and do

: ONLYSHOPPING X.":f.I. not' want to lose it. .

'.. ;4. When you trade at home you avoid the added expense; of long motor trips and the

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... inconvenience of congested.city traffic; lack of parking space, and overcrowded
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, ., CITIES. This fact was_determined. in a survey made last week by the Starke

Chamber of Commerce and actual proof is on file in 'the Chamber Commerce

: DAYS office. S '




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For The Convenience of Xmas Shoppers The Following Stores

Will Remain Open All Day Thursday, Dec. 4th, 11, and 18th.



TYUS- Dry Goods "
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:, Hollywood
", : Camera &Gift Shop

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S S 0 December ID 1047. In the above A* Clerk of mild. Court.
Wednesday at 7:30 service
m. with I one of real D. C.
p. Thanksgiving named Court and remiss, wherein Hv r.ui-lllo C. "fJ.
testimony and song and praise. and blesHlng. ; : plaintiff H...ek* >llvi>n-t> Kradfnrdonnty John J. Uandernon, ;).: til. Augny-
BrookerIly (' TelvKiuph HimII publlnh this inn.. 'Ira.
Beginning with December, the The public Is cordially invited. : LawteyIty rder In next four weekly iNHtiea.WltnoKa All)'. for par. it-n u ia-tt

month's topic will be "December Mrs. Taiil Stewart! L. If. Futrh lit t. inv Klorliln.hnnd and lhl.ufflctal Nnvcmbt-i'.,'ht lIllfl IT COIHT. lilt tIaFOISIP' I
Decisions from Discourses by PENTECOSTAL,/ HOLINESS 11. 1,47.OPF1C1AI. Sill > ri'i...>mi. \i i" ( HAiMary \ I

Churches Jesus". CHUKCII S S S S S C S S S S a S S S S S S S S C ( SKAI.) A. .1. ThomnM t'.au' Whoxlor Tliitrhlnnon I I Irialntlff.
Jan; Nulll
AM l'I..k l of Hiild Ctiurt. .
Sunday School meets each Sun- 10th St. and Temple -,\('. WMU: MEETING FKLI.OUS1I11' DINNER lIy ui'lllu 4.'. Conner, l>. C. VK, Wllllilin! Mnrl llulchlnnoli |'
onvene; The members of the Baptist T. Frank. l,,,nl"'...n, 81m-lie, Via. IX'fonriunt I'HH No. AI3II *.
day morning at 9:43: with depart- Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morning The Baptist WMU met Wed- Ally. for T'lf. ll>m 4i 13-12 '>II"Kl; I'l'ltLiU-ATIOK'
Sunday ments and classes for all Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic nesday afternoon at the home of Church had a fellowship dinnerat -.- ANI I NI"Vl"i'l T> API-IS William.\HftTATK
ages. t'H1; FMIIIIHA to:
Cafeteria last I N tubS IT 4 01 1', III \IHiOimCOINTt I
Training Unions for and Services 7:30: p. m. Everyone Mra. Florence Varnado with 11 the FI.OHIIItl (11 th- lOuil VliitihliiHun i wh.Mu residence
of Brad- I young .
Iristian Churches welcome. Thursday! evening. Thin dinner (-sssI"rIces" lit unknown.
old meet at 6:15 for members and one visitor present. required tn appear on
discussion. You mo
with the A. Slmpitnn, ll"lntlff. "
nty will convene -Rev. David Curlee, Pastor. The subject was '"Meet TheAfricans" proved to be more than Just a Wlllli.* A. SlmpMon Dvfvndnnt. Cu l.c..1I1' 2lth( 1941, In tile uliovonamvtl
Nov. A cordial invitation is extended itml wh r lnplHlnllff
starke on Sunday fellowship dinner. They were I No. eoHo.OltllKH. "I Court "cRuise
t and the"program was rtlv". PTnilforclronnty
will be as fol- to all to worship at each service celebrating the birthday anniversary OP rrHUOATIONANI : Tolfltroph seeks shall" puiblish 1 thin
program directed by Mrs. II. C. Douglas. NOTICK TO APPJSAU! :
and to "visit the church with the of their pastor Rev. O. V. HTATK OP KI.OKItA to: Willie Order In next four, weekly Imtiias.Wllnona .

an W. C. Burton.Mr. visiting pastor.." State Farm The Beulah scripture Harrell.reading was by Mrs. Lee, at the same time. They had A.Merchant sttnpMon, produce whoNn rerld Co.! .,.ntm Hickory IM: %,I at Htnrhs, niv Florida hand,, this Anti official 191h day seal of

bountiful feast and there was NnvHtnhor. lt>47.4OFBMC1AI. .
and Mrs. Ardell The hostess, assisted by Mrs. a N. C 8KAO: A. 3. Thoman
Methodist By Mrs. Bryan WhltfleM cake for Rev. You are required to appear on mild Court.
Church"A Paul Stewart served tasty re- a large birthday Irvernhsr 13, 1047' In the ahovelamed An "Clerk or
S S S S S 'reshments. Lee. All reported a good time, Court and cauae, wherein Hv Iucllli C. ('onnu'r,Eiiq.n. ,J. ft.: Au- '
I morning! : Sick Woild" will be the sermon BRIDGE: PARTY The next meeting will be held and are looking forward to more plaintiff:: Telvvraph H,,eka .': ii\'I UrsI..ordt'ounty .'. this .John..tTo/rTf..1. H.ndeun 4t 11-12

fa. Bible School. topic used Rev. dinners. four weekly IHHIIHK, A 11-21
m. by W. J of these nltr In next
Thursday afternoon of last week at the church, Dec. 3, at 3 p. m Wltn KH hand. nud official. .
fa! m. Song and prayer Churchwell, pastor of the First the State Farm Bridge Club held Tho Baptist Church Is havinga Kenl at Htitrke m/, Florid this NovemMT .

Methodist Church. Sunday mornIng The Sunbeam' Band met Wednesday Thanksgiving Service Thurs- 111, 19n.OFFICJAI. ,
its annual Thanksgiving party in aiBAI.) A. J. Thomaa
at 11 o'clock.A I. afternoon at the Baptist {
a. m Welcome to the Community Building. Arrangements day evening.Rev. A. Clerk of Kald. Court. CARPENTER'STS.
Adklns. film Church with Mrs. Lloyd Barry Wy I.m-lllo C:. Conner, !>. ('.
|_ Z. presented by the Florida
A of yellow chrysanthemums a. E. Cutshaw was In William. n. Moritan. Fifth Floor
Drys will be shown at the their teacher. Clitrk, Jucknonvllle. Fla.
J. A. J. McKlnney.a evenIng and ageratum were used last week speaking to his ll.illjllnu
mae Remember church services every Lawtey Atty. for I'lf. ll-SI 4t 12-12 (' ..
Jake service at 7:30: o'clock. The ... ,
[ m. Sermon tp decorate the room In which the many friend who are clad to see .-.,

pautor announces that these are three tables were placed and were Sunday morning and evening 11 him out again after a long;> illness. IN .IIIC'I'I'I' (OI'l4'r. .nt'...
educational pictures and the a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Prayer COt '11'1'''. Kl.UUIIttl IN \ .
Communion. public of marked beauty. The prizes on former
i Noon 6:30p. Rev. Cutshaw wan a pas\ .o..n\\
evening : ( KHYWarren
I p. m. Basket dinner. is Invited to come and see this occasion were pieces of love- meeting Wednesday tor of the Baptist Church. W. Campbell,

|afternoon! : them. ly crystal and were awarded as m. Mrs. E. B. Wells and Ernest Cane Mary No.Thelma AIM.OKDIOH .Campbell. ." .

m. song and prayer The young people meet at 6 p. Follows for high score to Mra. COUPONS COLLECTEDSunday ,' Wells were week-end guests of 0V PUBLICATION(

m., and will practrce for their R. P. Stubbins. for second high nl&ht' relatives In Mlddleburg. ANI N(rriCK TO APPKAIl ,
I night was coupon STAT OF FtAHlDA to:
p. JII., -- Roll call of evening Christmas program, which score to Mrs. P. D. Fancher and at the Baptist Church and 2500 MIss Lou Edwards of Jackson- Thelma Campbell, whoH residence.

9. will be presented Dec: 14 at 7:30p. Iin "bingo" to Mrs. J. R. Kite. Refreshments coupons were gathered to send ville spent the weekend here withher UoldHboro and addreHH, N.la:C.404 W. Mulberry, tit: I

|p. m. A symposium on m. consisted of sand- to the Arcadia Orphan's Home for parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will You are required to appear onParetnber '

building by Fred Dodd, Prayer and Praise service Wed- wiches and cake with coffee. Xmas. Edwards.C. named Court ft, and 147, cauae In the wherein above ,,

)Ilnshevv. and J. B. Dixon. nesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. A. McSwain returned to his plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Benediction. Bible each Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Thompson THANKS SERVICEThe last after County TelKKraph ehall publish: this
m. StoryHour Tuesday. Sue left home here Sunday Order In next four weekly leKuee.Wllneaa .
F night: Beginners and let and 2nd gradeat and baby daughter Brooker Baptist Church Invites sp' ndlng several days in Fort : nay: hand and official seal

(p. m. Service by Gor- 2:30. Other grades at 3:30. Sunday for Tampa. Mr. Thompson evryone to meet in a Myers with his sister who was' .M.t Htarke 1941. Florida thin November PRESCRIPTION (
who is in the Army, reportedto
dy.jilt. The Christmas program Is now Thanksgiving Service and program ill. (OFFICIAL BKAI.: ) A,'J. Thomas PHARMACIST f
McDlll Field but during the Aa Clerk of paid Court.By .
being planned and everyone Is Ben- Thursday night at 7 o'. Mrs. Mae Wells was a business Lucille ('. Conner, D. C.
urged to take part. week was transferred to clock in the church. visitor to Jacksonville last Thurs- Charles II. H..... 204-OB Guaranty -
Church fling Ga. Before returning to Llfn HldeT.. Jaukaonvllle, FI... Phone 64STARKEOntheMinit

this section of the State Mrs. DEDAN CELEBRATESThe day.Miss Enza Blanchard was visit- Atty. for Plf. 11-21 4t II." Service ,\
| morning at 11 o'clock Christian ChurchRev. -- '
av Thompson and Becky Sue will rillOI'IT fOI'HT. Bn.\I>r" >ltD
of the Dedan Baptist Church iicelebrating' ing relatives In Melrose last Sun- IV: I ICHUHt'rS
D. Haines/ pastor J. M. Dixon visit relatives In Lakeland and COUNTY.' PL.OHIIIAI IN CIIA.N.neorire !-
its third year of cot ,
Church will bring Icily
I laptlst In the series of "Novem- Sunday School-10 a. m. Dover. tage prayer meetings Thursday day.Among those from Lawtey attending Carrolvn W.Kirby Adahead.Adehead.Plaintiff Defendant., ve. 5 rsflra-p rest flnrsr

>wj from the New Testa- Morning Worship-11 a. m. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.C. night, Nov. 27; at the home of the funeral of J. P. Sappat Case No fllje.OHOKR '

final being Evening Service-7:30 p. m. M. Turney were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Padgett. After Raiford last Sunday were O. J. OF PITHL.ICATIO.V
[ message
Is the Messiah?" Prayer Meeting Wednesday John P. Turney and children, prayer meeting a Thanksgiving Phillips, Junior Crews, Joe E STATE] OF FIA>im>A to: ('erroiyflKirby "'/ Juniuj M Jmllk
Carol and John Jr., and served. The Ellis H. C. AdMhuad whose residence I I"
by evening the message byttor 7:30: p. m. Mary Supper will be sing- Brown, Mr. Harleyand unknown.You .

will be "Salvation and A covered dish luncheon will be Mrs. George Israel and George era. from the Corinth Baptist D. B. Harley.T. are required to appear onDncember

served for Brotherhood each fourth Israel Jr., all of Jacksonville. church are to be present. Those J. Terry and Mra. Joyce 10th, 1047 In the wherein above e. .... \ { :
sh" named Court and cnuee,
| epk service Is held each Thursday evening- at 7:30 in the John Crews returned Wednes- wlshinjr to come are asked to, Futch attended the Bradford Sing plaintiff ....k. divorce. Bradford 1 (. ." )
Legion Hall. day (rem Huntington W. Va.. bring a well filled basket at Pine Level Church last Sun- County Telearraph shall publlKh this, \ I
Order In next four weekly issues kk'I !
STWAR7ASTERACTIN6COLD'. The Women's Council will meet where he had been taking a courseIn day. Witness inv hand and official lealat I d J.I
afternoon at telegraphy for some weeks. BIRTHDAY PARTY Htarke.' Florida. this 10th of
every first Thursday Miss Shirley Ann Parker was IV rlllCMT (.<>! PIT IIUADKOIIII N'>V".r11141.'; .
3:30: at the church. Visitors are Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moore and ('OIIN'I'.I., .........,S. I'* 'II.'N- (OFFICIAL HKAL' ) A. 3. Thomas,
6 children Jimmie and Janice, of honored &y her mother, Mrs. L. 4-KIIV Aa Clerk of eald. Court. I
welcome. to visit L. Parker Wednesday afternoon. Otis! J. ltnuntri, Plaintiff v.. Mary Hv Lucille C. Conner n. C.
TABLETS Miami arrived Saturday B. Ilountrec Defendant. Case No. John .1. HenderKon ISMq.,
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore and Nov. 12, with a lovely party at 5641. Ht. AiiBMlntlne I Fla.
idea ead.......rsba"&Use,4s St. Mark's EpiscopalSunday and Mrs. G. E. Crews. her home. the occasion being her OnDER OP Pt1 LU'ATION Atty. for fit. 11-21 4t 11-11 i
.",,"'I !!IIt! Mr. ANI> NOT1CW TO APPIQAIl
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-. Uto.... i and Mrs. C. M. Turney visited her 11th birthday anniversary. The STATE) OK PlXKir to: Mary. IV CIHCl'IT COI'llT. Oil,\1'0111' I
: Morning Prayer Mr. and home was attractively decorated Rountrov, whose rmldenoe !I.: H.1Ideary 4-OHNTY.; FI.4IHIEIAI IN llltNfKHV : -
Service 11 a. m. Church School sons and their families, Htr.et, Han Krunulmio, California. : ,
Mrs. Charles W. Turney and Mr. with yellow chrysanthemums.The Sarah Aniielene Hlmmerann I.lnira,
10 a. m. in Jacksonville -. people enjoyed sev- You are required to appear on 'Plaintiff v. Paul Uomanua Linen*
-Rl'v. S. W. Creasey Minister. and Mrs. John P. Turney young December 13, 11)17, In the above Defendant CIIKB No. M14OUDIOn
PURE OILPRODUCTS from Thursday until Sat- eral outdoor games, after which named Court and cause wherein OF PUIILICAT1ON
Little Carol Turney they were invited into the house plaintiff seeks dlvori-e. llrucllnri ANIl NOT1CIO T 0 APPKAIt8TATM ;1
I urday. Mary 'ounty TelBfcraph shall publish thin -OF FLOItlDA. tu.: Paul
At The TabernacleGuests who has been visiting her grand- to watch Shirley Ann open her,!Oro.r In n.xt four weekly iHHuea. !i Roiuaniie Llnirir. Whose' rexldenceand ;
.IRK PLUG CLEANING lovely gifts. Witness my hand and official coal. address last known la 135: i,
here for several days, returned many
parents November
of the Tabernacle this at Htarke, Vlorldu, thin I Htelnwehr Avenue, Oettyahuric,
.ITTERY CHARGING to her home Thursday with The birthday cake was decorated in. 104?. Pennaylvanla. C ,54 .u.iles, Sfr' "
week are Mr. and Mrs. O. W. with yellow rose buds and OPP1CIAI SEAL) A. J. Thomas. You are required to appear on ., t :
RE & TUBE REPAIR missionaries. Trained Mrs. Turney. Sr. \ Am Clerk of Maid Jourt December 201 h, 1947 In the above :
Stlberer home Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parker and candles. Delicious refreMhments fly I.urMln C. Connor l>. 1*. named Court und nauea wherein
at Moody Bible Institute they Clarissa and Andrea. of hot chocolate with marshmal. 10. K. I'vrrymun "Htarko, Florida. olalntlff ,seeks divorce anil chunneof STARK DRY CLEANERS
daughters, Atty. for Pit. 1,1.21 4t 12-1 nutne. liradford Telegraph ,'
witnessIng I
have traveled by trailer spent the past weekend with relatives lows, cookies and cake were served shall publish fhi "tr.<.Ier In AND LAUNDRY
from home to home, church to to the SO guests. IN finfiir ('01 HT, O'I.UI"OIl" next four weekly IHHIIMM.WlineKM .
We Also Do In Tampa. CIIVN- .
40 <'OI % %. 'I.OIU"'I IN my 1mml and official
to through 'Jurn4.! : GREEN li1It1I:1rsssrrsrrrrrssrfl! :
church, town city Miss Virginia Engram left Sat- 4 1-14 Ytlumuvl seal at, Stark Finrldu' this 111(1
AUTO REPAIRS states In the past 15 years tell- FIRST STRAWBERRYE. OoI urday to visit relatives in Mont- ( *. the Gospel story. Their experiences J. Lewis.of. Brooker Is the (OFFICIAL* HldAL! )
ing Ala. (Can No. 613(1OHDKH ( -.
are worth hearing and gomery, first one in ooic'ommunlty to OF PITIU..1CATIOMANI .
TENLY'SPURE Mr. and Mrs. L. Durden had as > NOTICE TO APPIOAItHTAT11 I I .
thrill the congregation, leaving a pick a ripe strawberry out of his Mr.. SHIPMENT
their guest Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Of KI.DItlDA to: WE HAVK ItECKIVBU A
OIL desire for "just a closer walk" garden. He found one on Nov. Gertrude QoldawvlK. whose mildonca ,
George Lewis and daughters, Judy and address In: Prottxm. tiak Plows
18. Steel Beam
Service Stationpie with the Master. and Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. Dill cry 81-17 Iturkaway Beach Hlvd.itockaway .,: Brinley
service wil Beach, iMng island ,
199 The Thanksgiving at 7:30: Smith and daughter. Patsy, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Parker and You are required to appear on' 7 Inch Steel IJeam $13 8 Inch Steel Eeam S13.75
Avenue Phone evening
be held Thursday Don Ingram, Mrs. Dollle Bowers children Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sow. Dorvmbar IB ,147 In the above
the 20 people taking flamed Court anil vuuiie, Wherein 11 Inch Grove Light 2-Horae $16.75
and young
Mrs. Johnnie Hamilton and ell and daughter Mr. and Mra plaintiff' seeks. divorce. 'PYadford
working to make this thi.Order .. ..,... "
shah publish
part are Carlton. all of Jacksonville Mrs. J. H. Sowell and Mrs. Cleonc Comty Tel irraph

Alva Holland of Orlando and Mr. Hawaii and children spent Sunday In next my hand four and weekly official" ImueiWltneiie seal, We Carry A Full Line of Ilrlnley Parts at

and Mrs. A. C. Carlton of Gaines at Crystal River and Rainbow at Hiarke.. Florida. thin November Reasonable Prices
Lunches Regular Dinners IK. 1941.OFi.'LCIAL..
ate ville. Springs.Mr. ( BKAL.) A. J. Thomas

hort Orders Mrs. J. M. Jackson of Jacksonville and Mrs. Henry Coleman fly urllle. Ae U (Clerk Conner or 15.bald C. Court T. L. WAINWRIGHT & SON

and Mrs. Mary Lizzie .Joyceof of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs, T. Frank r..nd'unt. Htarko, FI... FloridaINTEGRITY

adwiches Soft Drinks 1 Douglart Ga., were visitors of Earl Coleman were visiting friends Atty .for Pit. 11-81 4t 12-12 Lawtey, I

Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young from and relatives here Thursday.Mr. IN riiuTir ('0' HT, O.t"u..onu

Friday until Sunday. and Mrs. R. T. McDavId 4 t'KltY OI'MTV. rLoI1lh5i IN: 4IIA.X-: ... .... or.. ... ... ,,

QUICK 8HUVICK: George Roberts Jr., of Lawtey are upending a few days with their Jane Atkinson Jopp, Plaintiff va "

CLEAN ATMOSPHERE' and Kenneth Grider of Stark daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Case William No.Hurry 0115.fItlSiui. Jopp, Jr., Defendant ,

spent Saturday with Spencei M. I. Ogden of Pompano.Mr. OP1 PHULICATION ,I

Crews. I and Mrs. Sanford Ritch of BTATB AND NOTICE OF FI.onilJA TO API'WAll to: Mr' of conduct and dealing with better

A&A LUNCHEONETTENEXT Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams and ,Gainesville spent Sunday with Mr William Harry "..pp., Jr., whoHreNldenc' thoughtfulness and economy in all our

Mrs. J. C. Williams were Sunday and Mrs. L. A. Brown. Maryland. and address I.: Denton, serving-these mark the reputable

NEXT DOOR TO. PARK THEATRE visitors of Mrs. J. B. Segree In Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Sikes ot You ..... required to appear onDecember quality of this well known firm.

Odom Dub Rhoden Macdenny and her son and guest,, Alachua were Sunday guests of named Court ID, and 1947, cause In the wherein above !.

W. O. Segree of Apalachlcola. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hodges.Mrs. plaintiff Hsoke divorce, restoration '
and of maiden name and custody ot t- i'
Luncheon guests of Mr. Mary Green of DukeM 18 minor rhlld liradford County Tele. ,

Mrs. M. S. Anderson Monday were spending a few days with Mr. and graph shall publish this order In ) t

Mrs. C. Rhoden Mr. Jand Mrs,. Mrs. Earl Green. next Wltneiie four my weekly hand leiiuee.and official. seal DEWITT C.JONESAMBULANCB : .,"' 1" :

Farley Rhoden and Misses Mel- Mrs. Rural Dukes and daugh.. at Htark. Florida Ibis November 8ERVICB I

vene and Glenda Rhoden of Bald tar spent several days recently IK.(OFFICIAL 1D47. BKAI.) A.- J. ThomaA ..I I It

win. with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey. Clerk of acid Court Funeral Director .

Mr. and Mr Earl Green were T.By Frank T.urllle Ijindrum C. Conner, Htarke, I,. C., FI... STARKE PHONE: T "

Fresh stock of exrenent typewriter shopping In Gainesville Friday.Mr. Atty. lor Vlt. 11.91 4t IJ-IJ I

j ribbons at THE TELE and Mrs. B. H. Hardin and iv nnci'iT. (''0'-HT- n"'U"ORn ''Our local funeral home enable us t to i

GRAPH. Mrs. Ola Hardln of Jacksonville TO! WTV. rI.Oflhi,e i I w 4MANKHY !- offer conveniences and services nottm'7erwfe .
IN ('IRfTIT ('05 ,,'r. H\i)ronoCnl'ftTY were yisltlng Mr. and Mrs. E. T 0.0.( ., Montllller, .5.., vw. IreneMontllller. available.We !I
FI.OHIUAl IN 4.MAN- Stewart Sunday night. Iiefendant.. Case Mo.
('pM V.Pi.nghhtlS. n. Remenlolle, Plain Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hazen and 1114.ORDKR OF PITBMCATIOV furnish the highest type service at the lowest price .,,

tiff. VK. Lily stella, Fafoutl Tlnmanloll family have moved to Gainesville ANn NOTICK TO AI'I'KAK accept ANY life Insurance policy in force. Issued by ANY com
.. "'t SIIH
>. p.f ndanl.OF PI-BLICATIOV( > The Hazens have been residentsof Irene inttllfer.. Whose. residence. paoy, as payment In part or In cull on a funeraL Consultation

ORDER AND NOTICK TO APPHAR Brooker IS years. Their new and add,... I.: II Parr Koad. J'olnt carries no obflgtion.4t .

STAT Htella! OF Fafoutl FIXJBIDA! RontanloIlK to Mra home Is located on N. AlabamaSt. Cheraller.You are Aukland.require New to appear Zealand on r...... ... ..

Lily whoM ...Id.n... and .dd.... la: 20Lefkadoa .. In a new subdlvlnlon "Hazen
Street. Athenii (ir.arS.You Courts", We wish them lot of
to appear on
December are II I 941, In th. ...bflv.n..m.d I good luck and happiness in their
and came ...h..lnpl..lntlft
Court .

and control.....k.of minor divorce child.A custody... new Miss Lubedla Plnholnter and One Custom Mad e I

ford County Telegraph hall publlKk I Sties Marjorie Fae Crosby attended
this Order In next four weekly le"witnen -
convention .
clothes that the singing
Give your "" ,
.* my hand and
Sunday.Mr. .
sparkling, fresh-from- Htarke Florida, tills No-
and Mrs. Gerald Roberts of MATCHING PILLOW'
box look that '.mh.. 13. ""AD
the-suit (OFFICJAI. $ A J. Thoma. Starke were visiting here Sunday. ,
real confidence A. Clerk of said Court
gives you 7.ucllle. C. Conner, T>. C. _
own ap- fly FlaAtty. IN r.R.'I'I'r its. RT. nntoromi4nl

p arance.in your Use which our expert T. Frank. for Plf.rjinilrum Htarke.H-14 4t 12-8 C'I'Hr.C..th..lne....rY. )Mtlrnlm FLOHIMtl Plaintiff IN tlI9-. va.lack With Each Set Tailored Seat Covers

cleaning r.flEAL ESTATE Jf:. Malcolm Defendant. CaneN
and freshens 41
restores OnV J >PB OP PI-BL1CAT1OX:
textures. It will assure Limit property for sale ANn! NOTICK TO APPKAIl
your STATE OF KLOIUOA tom Jark K.Malrnim November Only
dressed-up During
that with me. I have sold many waoa.* realdence la un

feeling. Call us today. piece of property and haw known.
You are required to appear on
many prospectIve buyer December It. l>47. In the ahove
deal lit gnaranU' 'd. A named Court and cane*. wherein

PhONE 135 square fair coounlsilon to all that I require. Plalnllff: .eeeke l r ph divorce.I shall puNish Bradford this

ROBT. 31S A.. a member of the Order In next four weekly ,..u..
Wl.n.... fn* hand an f official seal STARKE SEAT COVER COMPANY
} Realty Bo-d you may at Utarke. Florida, thla November

GREEN, 9 7Ult Temple aMfiiired' tha,; I will represent II. 5941.
of aMMty.
; you to the beat my Aa Clerk of said Court.By .
Owner ,;: Tjtellle f. Canner n. C.
:: JR.
Ave. N. D. W.UNWBIOIiT. T. Frank '.T.andrum mark. n.. f
Realtor.C- l'boan IM Alt". fur PIt. 11-14 41 11-1 .



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of IN: cinciiT coiritT. nninron AND NOTICE TO APPEAR tvhniie address In unknown. hla.
will of a wide circle friends In
City Costs Rise Funeral SundayFor foivrr. FLORIDA i iv CHAMIKIIT. STATE ftp FLOIIIDA to: H""Me| WUKJtHAa It appear In that DATED
his business venture : Hughes, whoNa last known address certain cause now pending In the 211110 .j'. "t ,
Mike BlnckHhtmr' OeorKla.pearl {''''"ult Court of the Eighth Judicial, dRY of ,; I"lorld"
While Revenue Drops Maruca wan
In addition to his wife, Netta Manson Kltrh W. Anderson: Plaintiff UefendanCUHO vs.: 8t rllnir. potTtlunor; hn. (Irniilt of Florida In and for (OFI'ICIAL 3L.ti I 1911.I!
Ida Anderson filed her Petition In the above ford < )1.
New Audit Shows Starke MerchantMichael Johnson Maruca, .he ia Survivedby No 8Ur.! Ollford COllnty. 11'1" 1'1l'1..rk
Court her Intention to legally adopt Stanley and Flora "'Htanlev 8y
two daughters, Dolores and AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR your Mon, James Alfred Hughes, a his wife. pray for tIt: d Ihr l.urill It ,
f. IOayJ
(Continued from page one) 1'ofaruca. 40, popular 8TATK' OK KUHIIOA to Ida minor Nora Joyce PnvlH, ,, li-2H 41 12 '" "
Starke merchant, died suddenly in Thcrlssa, and one son, Michael Fltrh Aiidermin, whose r."I..n.'oan,1 You are required to Appear on Nora. Joyce DavU IH the minor
address 'last knuwn I" Route the 7lh day of December A D hlld of the Maid Charles Ralph
Bradford Health Department Jacksonville afternoon, Jr. all of Starke. He was an Dnvln and that the place of .. .
Thursday r Ml.deifre
t. Hox 84, Lake City South CaroUna 1947, and nhovtr cause If thera be
1533.32 Nov. 20 of a heart attack which uncle of Mrs. Henry Stephanel, any that you have, why an Order and the Pout Office address
: of Adoption should not be enteredto of the nalil Charles Ralph Davis UIinkn3wn
Woman's Club Library Fund Yon are required to appear nDecember W.C.T.
came on while he was attendingto also of Starke. 87th 1947. In the abovnamed .. the Petitioner. to Petitioners, and that
11,100.00 business In the He wherein Bradford ...hallpubll..h there IH no person or persons in
city. was Court sad cause County Telegraph .
Funeral services were held Sunday the State of Florida the
service of
plaintiff ,necks dlvorc Bradford) thin Order In the neat four
Starke Athletic Association -
rushed to a Jacksonville doctor' afternoon at 2:30: o'clock In County Telegraph Khali publish this weekly Indue thereof four publication a nummonn In Chancery upon whom IS IT
: would bind the said Charles RIGHTf
$3300: for treatment, but aucbCmbed a Order In next four weekly Ineuee. only being required I Davis, Ralph IS IT

Church Service Center $200.- short while later, while still in the First Presbyterian Church Heal Witnexn at Utarke.my Florida hand and, this official 2Hh Rent Wltnem at Ntarke my, Florida hand .and otrt"lal'l' to appear you In are mild therefore cauRa on ordered or be.fore I'all, ( hrl"t1an nlCiur ton IItr

00 the doctor's office. with the pastor Dr. J. Warren of November 1947. day of November A. D. otherwlHa the 29 the day allegations of December.of 1947.said to touch taste nlan or II

Starke Shrine Club and Starke Mike, as he was familiarly knownto Kaufman, officiating. Interment (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.. J, Thomas (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomai Petitioner will be taken a. con- harbor In the hahdlt,,
An Clerk of said Court Ai Clerk of laid Court .. hump.,
Lions Club |90.00 (advertising his many friends in Starke and was In Crosby Lake Cemetery under By Lucille C. Conner. D. C. By Lucille C. Conner. D f.Ureen IT1IS FURTHER ORDERED that eat f'R''IIIY I"'pry the C
programs) surrounding community, wu born Jobs J. Henderunn, Esq. & Green. Starke, FlA. thin' order he publlRhed once eachweek Homo. ('hllrc'b kftCltt
the direction of DeWitt C. St. Augustine Pin. .
Attyn for Petitioner 11-28 4t 12-t for four consecutive 0'
The expenditure for City Park In a small town in southern Italyon Jones. Alt?, fur "pit. 11-1 4t 1Z-1 In the Bradford. County Telegraph weeks ALCOHOL f XaUIII\\ .
construction totaled $3.29104: May 6, 1901. He came to isonrn' TO APPF.'I a newspaper of general. circulation
America with his parents when Pall bearers were W. E. Thorn- I TO: CHARLES IIAUPH DAVIS, publlRhed In Bradford County, Flor-
la The Kltu'k
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three old and reared ton, Matt Morgan H. L. Brown- -- -
That Starke la still definitely"In years ('CUI N'I'Y.' FLORIU.t/ ('UAI.f' : -
l near Pittsburgh, Pa., being em- lee, E. K. Perryman, Guy Andrews 'jlK
tile black", financially speaking ADOPTION OF MINOR
ployed in the coal mines there as and E.! M. Davis. ORDER OF PUBLICATION:
i Is indicated by the fact that I
a man.
young - - - -
the audit Hats current liabilities .,
a< consisting only of $7,12009 representing After the death of his father, iIIGRiM BRAND

depoHlts paid by utility Mike and his mother came to _
UKers. Florida and settled on a farm near :
/ y
Starke about 22 years ago. He ( ik;
The outstanding bonded tn- J
engaged in farming until 1939
debtedness an of Sept. 30 1947, is i
when he established a
S .5.00O In Water & Sewer Revenue grocery
business on Tenth Street and became I'
Certificates, bearing three per-
iTc- MUMP rioiomioIIP
a successful merchant. In
cent Interest, and peyable la in- "
1943 he sold his grocery and built WITH Oil >
*,ailments of ",000. $2,000 and
another store near by where he MIAir IIIAITI
I $1,000 annually over a period of
22 was engaged In the farmer sup I
ply and hardware business. At
Against this liability and In-I the time of his death work was Sparkle Home Style Bread P/2 lb.
ilibtodneMH .
are assets totaling nearing completion on a large 18t 1

f67.641.33 and Itemized as lol- building, with accommodations for Ice Cream Mix

llws: four store, which ho wan buildingfor

Cash Uncollected War Bonds balances taxes 11,400.04 17,02000 39,21331 Street.rental purposes on Tenth Chocolate5c Each Frankfurter.and 'Sandwich Rolls 11TlrJT 1

He was a member of the First
Presbyterian Church and was Words without appropriate action are -* .__._----I. I .

67,611.33 numbered among that Institution's Confidence and built '::;
meaningless. crust are
strongest, supporters. By his &p'SandwichBreadI I1Ib. Loaf
J a Presbyterian ChurchJohn friendly and accommodating man- on performance not promises.To continue A -19 1!

ner he made friends and
many enjoyed -
Warren Kaufman, Minister the patronage and good to merit a reputation for reliability in this f1; Grapefruit -

Morning worship 11.a. m. The community we consider each prescription "\ JUICE Sandwich Bread 1 lIb.
sermon Is sixth In a series on the LoafIt

Creeds of Christendom. The brought to us a challenge. J: ,
Church of Christ Is of divine 46 oz. 19cSunnyfleld -
origin and Jesus Christ Is the EXPERTSERVICE Only the finest pharmaceutical the market affords -

Head.Sunday school at 9:43 a. m. are used in your prescription. It is filled promptly by a 5,' Doughnuts, dozen pkg. 1 J9c

Westminster Fellowship 5:30 p. competent pharmacist and carefully double-checked
I m., with the program for the
I afternoon being in charge of Miss for accuracy. Then only do we feel our obligation to *' 8 O'clock Coffee 2 Mb.

Hazel Fields. you fulfilled Pancake Mix : bags lit

Cottage prayer meeting will be
renamed next week. Meet us at ep ; 20 13c
Mr and Mrs. Ben Itoltzendorfs lona No.2Tomato

home Wednesday, December 3, at CARPENTER'S DRUGSTORE Juice lOc b
7:45: p. m. Setter I

r I I.- Then :

e Chas. C. Phone 64 :-: ..Starke, Fla. ANN PAGE SPARKLE Ever tc '!)_h,1 ;
IN tiitci'ir ('01'1'. imtitFonnIKHV. '. lona Flour
CoIIVTY, FLOIIIDtl 1\1: (11.\0. '- 5 Dessert, Asst., 3.for 22c Jane { Y ,,
Auroral I ShepherdAt A Florida'' Registered Pharmacist To Serve
Llboro Never, Plaintiff v*. !
0154.mntlii: Sever, Uefvndant. Cane No.I I I'I' Gay's Service Station You ,At All Times 50 Ibs. White House

f' AND NOTICE TO APPEAR : I.,,- - - - Milk, 'large, 3 for 35c
STATE OF FI.OKIDA to: 'r.,1 - - 3.75
. -
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Aurora Centl' Sever, whose r ldenoa -) '
and addrena ,i. "'10,1. .
: Hun : FRUIT
Iflslfl>it)1Ht>tlellt>fllla H11DI
nlno ID, Trleate, Italy. or. Ann rage ,
. Vou are required to appear on .
. l'.mb.r Is, itttT, In the abovnamed u" or. II Salad Dressing pts. 33c .
Court and cause, wherein f I -
plaintiff aeelta. divorce. Bradfor I
f County Telegraph shall publlnh thl.
I Order\VllneMH In next my tour h"nl.weekly and official I....u..II. I t D E X O Ann PageKetchup CAKE

.eal at mi1", ****:***,Ihl.' "ovemoWlCIAL.'BI8Ali.fyfA 23c

( J. Thomas. 1 lb. 39c
: 4ieMof; said Court
T Tly Frank Lucille I.iindrbnlt.Ntark.'-c.A A & P POUND
.. Ally for Plf +'...1 t.U 4t U,19nr 3 2 23
, Peas
No. 2 Can 27c CAKE .
: ('UICII.'" roi'iir. nntnFonn
' ,
r Fred W. Child. ..
Plaintiff v )Marie
" Child.UNDER, Uufendnnt OP, PUBLICATION, Cane No 0142. IONA Delicious Apples,' 2 Ibs. 33c

OK FI. itj -
UlriA to Tomatoes -
: Marl -- --
I Child whoa r.:,l.l..nco and a.l. I ,
dre-H 'I. : Unknown

Ih..b..r You are 49 required, 1B47 to in appear tlia above c on I No. 2 Can 15c Western Winesap Apples, 2 Ibs. 29c

named Court and cause, wherein t -
plaintiff aeeka dtvorre. Pradfonl
County. Telegraph ahall puhll h Ill "
Order In next tour weekly IRHUD ::: Cauliflower
Wltnee 35c
hand .
my and official Heal 6 -
,I at. N.arka!; Florida, thl* November e _
4 ]a 4 7.
t 'OFFICIAL SEA) A PTomatoes __ -
A. J. Thomaa -I- -- -
III, Aa Clark of .ald Court A
iI glIP
Luollla C. Conner. D. C. J Carrots bunch '
J. S. Harrison IMW Eaehang. 15c
niilldlnv Jn'kaonvllle Fl.. 4 .
Ally for Pit. U-H 4t n." You Are
d No. 2 Can 23c

, All Invited! Celery, 2 stalks .35C

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10 lb. Bag Grapefruit 33c
In Our Market
I cti,2dy0 Gainesville or r

IDaMAN' 8 lb. Bag Oranges 33c

ASR isr I .. 'Weiners, lb. 33e I' 2-9c

CHRISTMAS Iceburg. Lettuce, 2 for .


A youths mustache was the Picnic HAMS, lb. 4ge Cranberries, lb. 39c
pioneer of the Installment plan
.-a little down and little FESTIVALALL '
a -
more each week. Brisket BEEF, lb. 31e D'Anjou Pears, 2 lb. 33c


, A Yankee farmer, after 7 yean SMALL -'" Sweet
,1 ,of effort on his stony New DAY TUESDAY DEC. 9 T.Bone STEAK, Ib. 59c Potatoes lb.
England farm, announced to all

and sundry, "Anyhow, Im Emperor Grapes 21bs.29c
holilin my own I didn't have PORK Liver, lb. 3Se ,
1 Marnmoth.Para ,
, nothtn when I coma here and eAt4:30: p.m. With Fairy Tale ANN r or

. I ain't got .nothin. .now." Floats, Santa Claus, Giant Balloons of Animals and BEEF Liver, lb. SSe Salad Dressing, qt. 59c

Boxer: "Have I done him + *
Clowns and or
175 Live
damage Character Costumes. CENTER CUT I 2*

Second: "No, but keep swing- Chuck Roast, b 41c'I.' .. ;. IVORY SOAP each --:_-: '-- -
big. The draft may give him; Christmas 21)r1 )
, a cold." Day With Bargain Specials a n d J .-1 Lg. SWAN SOAP each -- -- --- -

1 r.- I Fresh Mullet lb. .
Stores Open Until l 9 21e l\ledlum each. 1I
j And speaking of cold, remember p.m. IVORY soar .
I -

I their that cars wlae here car for owners the bring kind II i 600 Prizes by Merchants for Window Shopping. HEADLESS Whiting, lb. 20c1 -Medium-SWAN SOAP each 1C

1 of gas, oil and lubrications that toy
I .
, Octagon Giant SOAP, -
make winter driving a pleasure Fish FILLET lb. 3ScI -
. Drive your car In today. Street Dance at 9 p.m. Free for AH.


4' Washing Polishing TURKEYS

r Greasing Merchants Division I Owned and Op('rated B1
Temple & Lake Toms T'* Ca
liens The Great Atlantlo S F>ulne

Service Station y Gainesville Chamber of Commerce Lb. 49c Lb. 59c I SOO-S02 l&at: Call Stl'.tI

Phone 179 \I.: I Starke, Florida

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Nov. 27


8P.M.Bradford '
Adults- 75e Children ---55c ,





,: ".;,.' ,.,", FINAL I GAME.! (
BHS-13 '":
Sept.26Newberry0 - :' : \
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Oct:3--Lake Butler-O - BHS-26 .. EVERYBODY :OUT : '<:,,"::: '

Oct. 1 10---Ketterlinus-27 BHS-12 '

Oct. 17 GainesviUe-34 BUS- 0
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Oct.24---MonliceUo-l! - BUS- 0 GOOD LUCK We're With YouTornadoes "- v v If

Oct. 31Palatka 35 - BHS-0 TEAM .,:

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rNov.' 7Sf. Leo 6. .-BHS 0

Nov. Trenton 6 BUS 13 Your Rexall Store
14--- - r EST 1894 Drug

Nov.21--Lake City 47 - BHS-0 U Every Type'of' I U We Back The "

Nov.26 Open Date Here INSURANCE 100 Percent
--- Please Phone.148 .
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II H. C. Wall 5< w Lappe Bakery --
Complete'I"s;A Pleasure To Back Reliable Agency .
Prescription Service I' I nn t*--r*r*rfjFj-ff rfnff rj
Home Furnishings The Tornadoes __ A Winning Team
Two Registered' and Graduated ,
,Let's See Needs Strong Support
Pharmacists on Duty I

Denmark Florida Bank
The Star Store Koch Drug Store
Furniture.Company Slade Gas Co. at Starke
.. -.. ., :MEMHEK!:
V rf m M*f fm r-f r f r rrf-r j j j j j j"f f' V r ,- -" r f f rrjrjfrfffff .... FLA.NATIONAL GROUPWe're
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Pulling Eat 'Em Up r" .. MEMBER, F. D... LC., I.
See You At The Game TORNADOE&' Be Sure To 'SeeThe .
For The Tornadoes Tornado Game Bring Home The Bacon
.. But Don't Forget.TORNAIJOES.
r Eastern Auto Supply Motor Andrews Company Harley F. Strong a .

Starke's Finest,Jeweler
j j j ff rfff* rr* rf*******f-** 0 .
Good Luck UNEXCELLED! --
Go Get 'Em Tornadoes- Fill The Stands
With You To The Tornadoes For Tonight's Game B.II. S. Tornadoes and
Our Eleelric Servile
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Winkler Farm, Home & ElectricService ..

LB.Alvarez STATION Service Electric Service Auto Supply & Supply .

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You'll Arrive Sale At The ComplimentsE.T.Shull .J/ow'Em Down SEE OUR LINE f
Gmme With TORN A DOE'SKidd's I'

e. BradfordFirestone
TkesJ. Plumbing& Heating Service Station County Telegraph I

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'AGE soacan 10 .--.-. II&AMJQ'&D 1IiIPI'r'U'JI, -4&101. KHHBBUaMrs. FRIDAY, NOYIlNllJin
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Mae Mersereau --; Mrs. J. C. Sapp

Starke, Florida + Rt. 2, Starke, Florida
Any future war that may aria f '' '' ,. We won World War II. but the
faom all tM unrest 1m the world .A Peace lit yet to be won. 'bell all
today will be more eclentUtaaUy 1/ y foreign nation (ours too) become
fought than ever before, therefore normal, or at least become re-
requiring o greater acleatlfl adJuxU-d to thin new era, Insteadof
knowledge and a better understanding constantly brewing war under-
of the war tools nowbeing neath we should have universal
developed This training s f military training as more or lee
cannot be obtained In a few week I t "a sentry In the daitk". I believe
and If we gave every young nana that the proponed year of training
year of. Instruction he wouldb would be good for every young
Infinitely better prepared to man mentally and physically,
defend himself and Ma country and If the present plans are car-
In the event of another war J rled out. It would be good for him
which we all hope and pray CM morally, too Many of the mea
I tlll believe that /
be prevented.
are coming back home In
It can be pr.veDted-but only U '
caskets now would comeback
the United States stays prepared h. alive If they have.d theadvantage
and our potential enemies &MWwe 1 .
of a year's training
are toe strong to be defeat y I before i..



Lappe Bakery : Leila's Dress Shop Starke Seat Cover Co. Firestone Home & Auto Supply!

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The. Star Store' H. C. Wall Agency New" Method Cleaners Conwav's Service Station

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STAR KEBottling

Eastern Auto Supply Co. Slade Gas Co. Sam Rosenberg & Son


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Andrews Motor Co. Gem Jewelry Maramar Cafe Carpenter's Drug Store

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. Farm, Home & Auto Supply Electric Service & Supply' Green's Grocery. & Market Lawson's Mkt.. & Cold. Storage

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Harley F. Strong Jeweler Biggs & Baker Bicycle Shop Driggers Furniture Co 'Florida Bank At Starke

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Denmark Furniture Co. Kidd's Service Station Seaboard Oil Co. S. R. Johns Jr. Grocery

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Alvarez Store Hill's Coffee Shop Charley E. Johns Agency Starke Builders' Supply

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