Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 1948
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Inty!! this property week owners as Bradford stud- L If Tax Money S(( iV/,

tax statements and .
their truth Over the stage door of a uzetl the bitter certain New York theatre : .

t for every dollar paid ins several years aero was this' inscription -

last year, they'll pay : "Through these COUNT

j nOW. portals pass the most beautiful .!2 SCHOOL \ Q
rth the first shock over girls in the world." -V
the lat; fingernail gnawed r Over the doorway of the ; GENERAL \

the quick John: Q. Taxpay- Hradford County Board of GENERAL \ ''e'tt -Ii

scurrying to the col- Public Instruction miirht cur- 'IGl '. P'
egan! -' _
,r'$ officer to take advan- rently be inscribed : "Thro srV}. 23Y.s \ -

of the foun percent dis- these portals pass'! almost' half:

Et; offered in November. a million dollars annually.\ < -ro \ \.
la: that four percent was In other words the operationof '
consolation and did little ncfiools In Bradford, as well! :
Counteract the effect of a I as Florida's 67 other counties, l III ROAD -01 \ :
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percent increase on the rapidly entering the ,realm of big U. VOJR .II .p _
i'of' taxable property in business During the current fla- & BRIPGE C

Ijford County. Board calenr of Public the Bradford Instruction County will >- 'f5 TAX 0: r

-, bills all property this month owners they'd save paid spend almost $3 for every $1 $1 SUB SCHOOL DIST Iz t ,

IWrcgate f>t $5.52J.H-but: spent bv the Board of County __ __.

seems! small potatoes In view Commissioners. :2 MAINTENANCE' n
It all began with the enactmentof

h'ne added this additional ypar.to tax$35.280.86 bills\ In that the, I has Florida's been acclaimed new school as law one,of which tin O. tt4 SUB .,2" 7 Jake Roberts Sworn In As Mayor

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most progressive In the nationit -
Inu-rever taxpayers met the I : it "' likewise prove to be on t.

four:, greeting statement was yet"Have?" With you .. of the the reforms most it expensive is bringing' aHhouf about; \.)0- Following!! Snecial Election Tuesday

[.d expressions and mutual I were () c .
generally. recognized: ancressnry. B L'D G

I...,lences... they asked each other I c 77/// .1. P. (Jake) Roberts, State Representative and local

of course, was Take, for instance; the once. 'i- BUS -c automobile dealer ia pictured above as he is sworn in as
|-e answer :
underpaid school teacher Under Muvor[ of Starke
as complicated and hard to RSEPVE. ) following Tuesday's special election to pick
the new school law Bradr<*cICounty's J
''In aa why breakfast bacon Instructors I a successor to Harold C. Wall resigned. In a fourcorneredrace
19c a pound in 1910 and and principals are supervisors drawinga I 4 Y2 the vote for mayor Tuesday was : Roberts, 240 J. L.

[:jdayi quarter of a million dollar (Sam) Anderson 96 ; S. E. Sparks 88, L. M. Gaines 72. On

i begin at the bei'lnnlng-tho! Taxpayer Griffis annually-$100,000 more .each the question of blowing the time signal whistle at the light

i of making Bradford County Gets A Surprise 12 months than they did in 1916- and water plant the vote was 426 in favor of blowing, 44

has shown a gradual I in* 17, before the new law wa.i against. Swearing Mr. Roberts in above is City Clerk Carl
L, from a budgeted $42,000 Joe missed Johns.
Grlffls Bradford -
County -
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j-Jie: year 1910-41 to roughly I farmer-stockman of "average" Comparative figures for instructional Since Bradford Countlans are having to dig deeper and come forward with more tax dollars this
|,:)K>0 for 1948-49. But the in- I mode"ate salaries are as follows:
is about in line with the means Is pictured above 1916.47-$141.984.00 month than ever before In history. they should be more than Interested in seeing just how their dollar's Doyle Conner

r of eggs and everything else statement.Joe glumly studying. his current tax 1947-48- 241817.00 spent. The above chart prepared by the Telegraph for the Information of taxpayers, shows that SOc Making Bid For Nut Volume UD

|he American economy. 1948-49- 218,16450 of each tax dollar paid to the county goes for school purposes, while 41c Is required for the operationof

i clerk in the office of Tax I I his owns property In addition to The total Is likely to climb each County government. Biggest slice of all, 23 Vi c, goes into the general school fund to be used for National Office

\tor C. A. Knight comment- i In the'homestead which puts him year as more and more teacher! teachers salaries administrative expense, transportation, school lunch program etc. Next largest slice At Second Sale
I i taxpaying class. Joe also
oDterday: "They're beginning owns some 80 head of stock cat- qualify for higher salaries by ad- In c. Is also claimed for'JlChool purposes' going into the sub school district maintenance fund for the v. R. Ferguson, Maurice Edwards

y-but they're kicking.: I tle several horses and a few vanced work at the state univer upkeep of buildings, current operating expenses and Insurance. Third largest share of the tax dollar Jr., and Doyle Conner left ..J

.y other reacUon would be hogs. Like a vast majority of sities. 16Vic, finds It* way into the county's General Fund for salaries of County Commissioners Clerk of Thursday morning for. Kansas Volume increased but prices

thing less than human. The Florida taxpayers Joe's home is Last year the county school the Court fees of Sheriff. Tax Collector and Assessor upkeep of buildings, general welfare etc Next City where they will attend the failed to strengthen at the MO.
of business I system had a total of $$435,230 ond pecan aucUon of
r a $10,000 injke the
valued on the tax books at less In size Is the iSo slice going into the county's road and bridge maintenance fund. Then comes 14'c for. National, Convention of FutureFarmers currant
who paid $24950: in available for all purposes. This aaaaon held at the State Farm-
than $3,000 and thus comes un- sub school district building and bus reserve fund In accordance with '
provisions of the New Florida of America.
ty taxes' last year will year the grand total available Is era Market hare Thursday. Nov.
lly blink when he opens der homestead exemption from 445487.93( as compared with school law which requires counties to set aside funds for these purposes in order to match state and fed- Conner a past president of the P S.

Current statement and sees benefits taxes. He from like a everyone(500 else also $145,71400: available back in eral funds. The ,Fine & Forfeiture Fund claims 3% c of each tax dollar for salaries and fees of prosecuting Florida PTA, will be a candidatefor A total volume' of 38,159: pound

.jtl of. *341.13V ;r"-- ,I household .goods exemptionn personal 1942-43. Ia.: ._ i!' 'attorney, county judge, sheriffbailiff; \; witnesses Jurors care of prisoner, etc. Also getting: 3%c I U national president. Ha .will I brought rw4rs 1'iJrw..NUmatecl. f

t he might not know. however property). i ;- the sub school interest and'.inki4 fund (although this appllea tp onlythr*.',.districts that still have ou\ also rwcektv, ; the' American Forfit-;, ". ,'.',88( C .. '

lat the sudden Jump 18'n t Last year Joe's tax bin on his 1948'Prices.Won'tFit standing bonds.) The comparative new Hospital Fund (for the treatment of indigents) gets 3c, whlla'th* '. "TIM.I dLn&.vartety wa Money I I1',
rs Degreeone of the .
J Agricultural Fund (salary of county and home demonstration ,, highest Makers
agent agenl -partly paid bY.fe"tral'government witHr7S73 I I.
result of any wild ,orgy of stock and the 220 acres of land 1941 Budget : pound being
g or (as has been charged he owns besides his homestead ) trails with IVie. Smallest share, lUc!; Is claimed for the salary and office expenses of a county honors bestowed by the organization. sold at 13c' per P QII4. Other

bne totaled $67.37. His current statement I! Says CommissionerIn service officer to assist veterans In obtaining benefits... : heavy-volume varieties were Cur

source) "extravagance. which has him scratchinghis 1941 Bradford County's bud Edwards won.a. trio- for himself tie, 6,615: pounds at 13c per ''I'

|anagement. and mal-admln- head calls for $90.09-an Increase get totaled $65,000.: Counly Government And Schools Now Cost and the Bradford Chapter advisor, pound; Seedlings 5,437: pounds .
on" on the part of the of $22.72, 35 1 at 10 5c per pound; Randalls" 4-
or percent. In 1948 the budget (exclusiven't : Dist. 3 Carries Mr. Ferguson, IrJ .a recent steer
of County Commissioners. Joe's afraid that "it's gonna new jail Item) is, In round Every Bradford Man, 'Woman And Child $11.50 contest D91 at lie per pound; Success,

le contrary, a close examln-i keep on till folks can't pay their numbers, $110,000.00In feeding sponsored by the 1,848 pounds at 13c per pound;
taxes like It was 15 years ago" 1911 Bradford County pal'l County government and schools being forced to budget for a nev 57 State Cattlemen's Association. and Stewarts 1,460 pounds at
of that body's current bud. and then he wonders what will! common labor on its road gang will\ cost every man. woman and I county jail. The old jail has long Pet Of Load 15.Sc: per pound. (;.

licates that the Board hasa "apY''n? *2 and $2.50 per day. child in Bradford County $11.SOn been condemmed by the State H. K. Tyus Enters A total of 64.273 pounds of .

remarkable Job of penny- In "cater or lesser degree the t In 1918 It pays common labor taxes this year as comparedwith Prison Board which Is bringing. nuts has been sold at the first .
nil' and cornercuttlns In mine thing that faced Joe this $5.75 per day. $8.60 last year-an Increaseof pressure to bear on the county, Starke School District No. 3' Candy Business two auctions held here this sea- ,
week faced all other of about one-third. demanding a new structure. carries 57 percent of the tax bur- '
Inflated times. Excluding, owners There In a nutshell you have H. K.: Tyus anetheslst son bringing growers $7,932.76.
purposes! of comparison. thet Bradtord County property. Foi the story. Practically everythingthat / Comparative figures of taxes Although the general school den of Bradford County. State Prison for the at the The third auction will be. held

budgeted for a new Coun- every, $1,000 worth residents of goes Into the operation of assessed for the two divisions of levy Is up only 1 1-2 mills-from Figures/ obtained from Tax Assessor I' years last week past elg'it his Thursday Nov. 16.

the Commissioners' bud- the Starke 'school district will the County has doubled In cost county government for the two 6 1-2 last year to 8 now-the E. W Hayes this week' indicate position there and resigned has enteredthe ,

or the new year shows an pay $34.13, aa compared with over the 8-year period.In years are: current sub school district levy that well above half of wholesale candy business In No School Nov. 19
of :5 '24.95 last Fear.For lOll lumber for use in brldsr8 194748Co. totals 11 mills and 1 la countywide the non-exemt
only percent over I property in Bradford -! Starke under the of I |
name Tyus
8. It would be difficult to Instance, the Torode Chevrolet could be bought for $30 or $35 Commissioners 11119.18 since districts were consolidated County is in the Starke dis Candy Co. School kids rejoice: There'll be
snything else In our building (owned by Mrs. ncr thousand. Now the county )his: County Schools .. 620&618. by the new school law Into trict. no school on ")
|has shown such a small economy In- Thelnia Mendoza of Jacksonville) to pay $65 for the cheapest and .. .... one county-wide district. Formerly Valuation Mr. Tyus will operate from his Thus decreed the Friday Nov. 19. ,
I Bradford
over the same period of vith an assessed valuation of $12. up to $90 for the better grades. Total .. .. 103,215 there were nine nub districts Dlst. 3 County Total home on Broadway St. and will Teachers Association at Its County .
TOO called for $299.40 in taxes "You can't have a 1941 budget 1948-49 I carrying levies varying from 3 cover the
Real Eat 1273270. territory surrounding big here last
2.20" 9 0.PeJ"lOnal Friday afternoon.
other I 'ast year. This year It will cost I with 1919 prices." a member of Co. Commissioners.. $36.700.16County to 10 mills. In addition to this
factor generally I 681,407. 91 Starke. His business will be home Faculty members will be .
over- .336.
or the owner $409.10: to obtain a 1 the Board of County Commissioners Schools..... .. 81,43585 overall total of 19 mills ((8 general the given \
not known by the aver- tax ( ... and 11 sub district three Railroad 311,122. 8U.2I1. owned and operated. opportunity to attend the, .fi
receipt. commented this week. .I )
taxpayer is that ... ... ._ .... Regional FEA
schools .
our .N. "' meeting: In Jacksonville
Total.. 138,138 bonded districts still carry'peclal "' Before coming to the State ,
'"tag I" In Bradford-Mr. Big" of tax COMP.\RA1'I\'J: MU.L.'GE T.LES Per capita coat given above Is levies for debt retirement. These When 2301799.In 4,021517.: Farm Mr Tyus .was on the staff on that date. ,
I you figure the Miss
County. City's I
based are Dlat. 3 Starke Audrey Newman I
on an estimated county ( ) 1 mill; Dlst was
Ihere" again charges of ex- Table MOwing comparative mlllages for 1947-48 and 1948-49 population of 12,000. I 6 (Lawtey) 1 1-2 mills; and Dlst. levy of 12 mills, you find that at the State Hospital In Chat- elected secretary of the county j

t nee be or mismanagement assessed for each fund administered by the Board of County Commissioners The millage levied for purposes' 18 (Brooker) :5 mills. non-exempt property (mostly business tahoochee for 16 year 8NlC>ciaUon. I
made because thPy -' : ) In Starke la paying a grand 3
school board Is budgeting !Mithig"\ J\IUlagi"" Total Yield' Board under of the County Jurisdiction Commissioners of the Thus owners of non-exempt total of 46125 mills or $16.13
in the
ordance""'hoo] Uw with.'vhlch the new provides Flor- Fiend 19-11-8 19018-.9 Increaue 1948..9 was Increased from 10.21: last pay property a school levy Brooker of 21 milLs District' anda on tion each-$918$1,000 more of aaaeaned thousand value- I Willie Wins I .11.11Vlndlcnted

Y' increased (and doubtless General 4.00 :5.75 1.75 23081.48 year to 14.12an increase marie County Commissioners levy of I than was paid last per year. I

<1) salary schedules for Fine & Forfeiture 1.25 1.25 .00 :S.017.71 necessary largely by the Board's 14.125: mill* grand total of 38. .

'", and further requires Agriculture /10/ /10/ .00 2.001.09 125: for all purposes-highest this Comparison year and last of total In levy Starke for at the polls In ... ... .,
'"5 to Road & 4.00 :5.25 1.25 rate In the county. Last year they year Tupxdnv's special', i 1f' I
match state and,fed- Bridge 21074.40: Race Track Funds U shown below. election was .ii;: ,B: .j
funds for capital outlay Service Officer .00 .31S: .375 1505.31 paid 32.75.Tb. Willie the Whistle Starke's frog be.\. ". '\ ;

"chool building, etc.) Hospital :10: 1.00 .50 4.014.11 Are "Life Saver"For Starke district containing Com. 19-17-43! 191819It voiced time signal that was si- "' I
the 57 percent of the taxable i 10.25 It.12? lenred several months ,"tIk1"
fact remains that the Schools CountyThe county's Gen. ago/ upon : -
School ,
---- ---- ---- ----------- 7.50 8.00 -
Y school property la paying an Increase complaint of nearby neighbors. : ,
system will claim Totals 10.2 U.125 3.875 56.700.16 Sub School .. I
ut of e\ery tax dollar paid County Commissioners' of 37 percent-from 21.95 (Malnt.) 6.00 Willie's vote WBS 428 to 44-a .. I
'""ifcrri\ County this 1018-49 budget (Including the mills last year to 31.125 on current Sub 6.00 10 to 1 "landslide" that proved ....... '
the year. Table showing\ mlllages required for school purposes and the -anflessments.I School him to be the '
Board most J
of County Comrs 6T7.50 new jail Item) totals (Reserve) 0 popular can .
amount raised from each 500 l' .
levy: didate
rs u-tu have $161,157.81. I I Vanderbilt District which had ever to face the elector- I !
only 41c out Sen. Bond "' <
1.2 ; 'rl.'fo
h dollar at Its disposal. Millage Millage Total Yield Since only $56,700.18 of thU the lowest sub district levy ((3 City 12.00 1.00 ate in Starke. .,I,f.; ;.f. J

year Fund 1941..8 1948-49 1948-49 amount will come from county mills. ) before the consolidation, 12.00 Willie has been a source of 'c ?. :t.i'i'Ao'' t
f non-e3lnipt property .. ...... ... i ::10' f
* Starke district School General 1.5 8 $:J2.113.36 taxes the public might! well wonder and consequently' the lowest over- Total ''' -. r.ontrovprllJever/ since Carl l. :'tIi '; ; '
95: '
paid a total 46.125Homesteads 'I
95 mine ((1023: levied for Building .It Bua Reserve 0 5 20.070.M how the Board expects to all levy (20.75: mills. ) in the county Increue: 9.175 mills. Ritch, local plumber, pulled him I 1'!'''!.!,N: ( ..
y Commissioners and 14.70 Sub School Maintenance (Various) 6 21,085.02 foot the bill. ,I t U .now paying 33.125 on nonexempt out of a load of secondhand ''''' '41'J'f'. J ,
School Board). This District Bond I. .It S. Fund The answer In (largely)-Race propertv fantastic nlumblnsr fittings and presented r'0,;\\ .1tf"" '.!

,tal n Iage is 34.125' mllla year ((1 mill Starke, H. Lawtey 5 Brooker) :S,116.83 Track Revenue. U It weren't for I jump of almost 60 percent. Now tendent him to Berry S. Jonhs. superin I 1> *;,rJ'b ( r..
3 ; I of the
leMed this "windfall" which last municipal .
The power "
for County Com- year lightest mlUage Increase Absolutely Tax FreeFor ..:,-\loOt"'i'
--------- plant. : .
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brought the ,
County Commission-
jnors and 20 for In the county is In the New River '
t School Total. $$81,385 I era ((11.83383 and an equal District which carried a 4 mill the first time In history For a time Willie blew happily I ,: !,':({{ ',

the basis of (Note: Comparative mlllages cannot be shown above for anything but amount to the School Board tax bonded district levy last year horr.psteads (not above $9,000)) at 7 a.m., 12 noon. 1 p.m. and S ;.;..

by Tax Assessor figures com- the school general fund because last year. before consolidation under millage in this county would hive and none this year. Consequently, in all but two of Bradford's tax p.m., telling\ Starkltes what to do '\.
,. E.V.. school l the district varied In each of the to be double and when. Then delegations ,
o..ners, Of Bradford the new law levy county'snine even Its present taxpayers In this district get off districts are absolutely tax free of I ,
11'rt, )' Wilt\ Coun- districts. The school levy. all over the county Is now the 19 mllla all-time high. with a net Increase of only 1 12mills. : -not even carrying the one mill property owners in Willie's near t"t. :
:i 6111 pay a total of second column In the This Is the anticipated revenue that levied vicinity began appearing before
In taxes this shown in the above except three bonded dls-j was up through last
.>tal $56.700.18 will year.be Of I trlcta where total levy may be found by adding 1 mill for Starke, from which the Commissionershope Of course, there Is very little year for school bonded debt the that City Council with protests : ..., :
spent Willie
hI' COunty CommJ.ssioners for Lawtejand :5 for Brooker.) to meet t"e demands of taxable property In these rural service. long. blew too loud and too id
si. their 1913-49 budget: districts. / !
3585 will be at the Most of It comes under. Homesteads in Dlit. 6 (Lawtey) The Council
aJ f. the School Board. TOlTAl. M1LLAOES FOR COUNTY SChOOLPURPOSES From 14.125 mills levy $58,700.18 homestead exemption and la Unaffected I still carry a 1 1-2 mill 'levy and silenced ylf'lded-WlIlle was

Y.ar's; total tax figure BY DISTRICTS From race track'and other funds by Increases or decreases those 'in Dlst. 18 (Brooker) carry to bat Then hut frlf'ndJIWent/ .\ : '1j4-r.:
wall for him
: and
tIS61 the
District 1947 1948 INCREASE In levies. The place where the increase :5 mllla for bond Interest and tooting I
'hough 22.7 33.125 10375: i Occupational license fee 1000.00 will be felt moat and hurt sinking fund for school was resumed. But bigger, more
Dist. 2 (Hampton) purposes determined
> expenses 'Beverage license fees 1,50000R. worst will be delegations appeared
county have been Dist 3 (Starke) 2495 34.125: 9.175: on non-exempt these two districts were before the
Increas- Council
telephone & telg.1cense\ business and Willie
.try : property In the Starke bonded before
Year, sudden 26.25 34625: 8.375 passage of the was : i:1Wini.
e have jumps In Dist. 6 (Lawtey) 60000 district homestead gagged again :

ty the been avoided up till Dist. 10 (Vanderbllt) 2075 33.125 12375: !I IDIst. I I Other revenue receipts 1000.00 Thu I It is seen that while the exemption law. Soon petition with more than ,

Were UtrQWl1 Use of reserve funds Dlst. 11 (Graham) 22.75 '33.12S: 10.3751: Fines and costs 6,000.00 I County Commissioners'' levy represents CARD OF ThANKS :200 signatures confronted the '(

!1lo the into the gal 12 (New River) 31.75' 33.125: 1.375: Carry over from F Se F fund an over-all Increase of We wtah to Council pleading behalf of Wil i '!'be Whistle i ieath
shock of express our deep I lie. The
'*ta. The skyrocket- Dist 15: (Hellbronn) 27.75 33.125: :5.375 6.00000 37 percent, the School Board Increase appreciation for all the City Dads neatly sidestepped -

1 the pin' county baa now Dlst. 16 (Rising) 267532.7S: 33.125 8.375: Carry over from Ag. Fund 1000.00 ranges from IA percentIn of sympathy, acts of expressions kindness place it the issue by voting to be shortlived. Even now the city '
are Where lu re- 38.125: Carry over from new jail fund Brooker (which already had and flowers on the ballot in the has on order a locomotive
largely exhaustedT Plat 18 (Brooker) 0.375 during the Illness special election Nov. 9.Even type ,
CUl'rInt! sl1arp Increase- New River snows smallest overall increase because Its 4 mill bonded 35450.00 a high district levy) to 80 per- and death of our husband though whistle that la beltved will be
oare. Ira Carry over. Service Officer fund cent In Vanderbilt where the and father. Lee Roy Wa.edln.Mrs. Willie's victory Just aa effective la getting folIos
as simple as that. district levy was dropped this year. I 300.00 district low. was as decisive as President up at 7 a.m
levy was I.. R. WaadJn and family! Truman' but will do It more
day of glory may musically





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:- : l ': 'f Bradford County Telegraph eight months old. I do not knov U Pine Level Was Miss tMCRae Barba! p.'chl.' 11cP
; ; Election Aftermath Clay Hill who she married. They used g'UP81 of k... 0:
Hugh and work for Mr Satul'd Ce
b esTAUUISHEO IS77 E, L.. MATTHEWS.OWNLR I live Mnt. II. M. !Mcltii
"( -En170R .____ rrl 1 II I ___rr _________ Hy I.nrt n..rltp.I..hr. : Adam Brlnson. Millie and Robert fly. .. i I Mr and. air"niRhR!
I j Put>au' f'd Every; Friday and Entered an Second TI.t lonra. Nebr.heifln went to Clay Hill. Robert 18 back and Son Gerad If '
i: /:;': t ; I't n_. Tatter at fee Post orn ;il\ *,:t I, ,I"" they had a Pie Supper at I School classes at Pine Level last o. w IIIcP.ae 9w 11(
Life Magazine\ Time & Life Building \\ I uat<'h the I leaves P.T.A I I Mr
11 by the and d
II agud P' Clay Hill sponsored Sunday, three candidates for Mr
,." '"; :m",tt li" ? ( 194 9 Rockefeller Plaza, New York 20, N Y. form whirling down, and enjoy I hope they made good. They In the morning, and three baptism I parents, Mr, and A kR Ida( '
Il.;: 1" the mutt glorious' Autumn. I Rae, : '
Leon Car- Were
such fun. '
tt; 'I", i' '! BulJeertptlOQ =260 Annually ''-'W) Fur-Six Month Let me be the first to suggest you eat page thirty-seven o'! your make a winter bouquet. ter were, always of the teachers at Clay members came In for baptism a: R. E Taylor V llting ).IrIt
one the evening: service. We are gladto In tack'
11 November 1 Issue whereon a picture of Governor Dewey is day
t; j,,,. [i ,f, Autumn is a spendthrift, with a Hill, now has a new blue car. have with us Rev. Wilbur afternoon
i with unbelievable bumptiousness: The Next President. As
: publisher
'" r : r --- ------- It Is a Chevrolet I believe. Scott of Starke.
: -r to another I ,would like to know under a lavish hand.
I what
""I journalistic code Lula Mao
THEY and -
MAY LIVE IT DOWN Thrusting golden coin-leaves far Harrison Mosley Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall were
'. I, ,; }: ', '; The faith of the American people has been shaken in the you justify such brazen.airogance. Even had you guessed right, yourpreelection across the land, have been going to church and visiting J. R. Hall, or Uncle JoeHall

;:J f f::',!; ;LIj, f Four Almighty P's : Polls, Pundits, Prognosticates, and Pub- assumption of Infallibility would have violated all stand Autumn- Is an artist, with a palette Sunday school. They are going as he Is known here, recently CARPEIPRESCkPTIO
't 1 J)1)k :f j lications. arcls of journalistic good taste. Since your stubborn, wishful think- gay, to get another horse so they can at the home of his son-in-
| ing led you to guess wrong, said page becomes a grotesque mlscai- Painting sky and woodland in a gather corn. Lula Mae wrote the law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs,
i'1( : '; By "publications" we mean to include only such biased
\ I rlage of accuracy that should redden your face ad infinitum bright sun was shining so pretty.I'm H. C. Rlffa in Jacksonville. WE-
/\ array.
; :,' r 1, ones Time, Life, and the Chicago Tribune that do not ofnew
.', 1 : as confine E. L. Matthews, Publisher Autumn Is a dreamer, lying o'er always thrilled to hear I are glad to hear that he Is Im
',,dl; 'I'i \?; j ,t I their opinions to the editorial page but slant their news Bradford County Telegraph the hills, people at Clay Hill and new proving: although he U still in

"4 o'I :*, :t :t stories and pictures, which should be strictly impartial, to Gazing Into sunlight, dipping into readers of my column. One of
:'1 'I t\\ ;J.j! conform with their opinions. Such publications, we feel, are E.MAZINK: : : SI::>OU"IUU: TO THE TKLEGKAI'll rills, these Is genial R. E. Hester who I bed.We deeply sympathize with Mr

;1f" I I', !I / betraying the trust placed in them by the American public New York, N. Y., Nov., :3, 1918 Autumn Is a lover with a warm served his country In the Marine and Mrs. Eddie Jackson of Stark

"11)''t"" C.J ,;1 and have laid themselves open to suspicion of ulterior motive! E.': L. Matthews, Publisher embrace, Corps during World War II andIs whose baby died last Monday.The .

;.' ',\: g t-J i', fil \,' which cannot help but destroy their sphere of influence over Bradford County Telegraph, Starke, Fla. Wearing crimson kisses on her now raising chickens on a nice funeral ,was conducted at

;:. r:l,t" 1'' ,;" ?, the reading public the very thing they have been trying You are neither the first nor the last to make that suggestion glowing face. place near the school where t .. Pine Level Church Tuesday by
teach. Hear that Mr. Hes-
used to
i J Autumn Is a temptress, leading Rev. W. E. Hall and the little
;; 'd ,#! ( to build up all these years. Life erred and will admit Its error November 13 issue.
iN ter and all other disappointed -
I : We cannot help but feel that it would have been impos -D. S. CoodglonFor devious ways. growers are body was laid to rest In Dyal
in the prices they are
before us, golden Cemetery.
', < ;\ *al sible for the Four P's to have been in the Editors Life Magazine Holding up
so wrong glamorous days. i getting for their pecans this year, Mr. and Mrs. A F. Hall and
:: ,";' v' thir pre-election communiques if they had not let a certain TELEGRAPH' CONOR.ITl'LATRn OX STAND Autumn Is a promise, untilled I but maybe with the Democratsback children of Jacksonville were visIting I

1 I. ;! (" 1111':"' amount of wishful thinking color their material. They knew Stajke, Fla., Nov. 4.19IS and mystified : In control of Congress we relatives here Saturday and /

; I 44;f"t ,I"" what they wanted the election of Governor Dewey and the Mr. E L. Matthews, Editor Bearing splendors of a seoso'i ; will get come price support for Sunday. PIIAR.IIACISPhone
I\, '. ,1'/ defeat of President Truman and they wanted it with such Bradford TelegraphDear glorified! nuts before next season. I really #/Cr. and Mrs Robert Myrick

" r 1 If ;. consuming passion! that they must have induced a kind of Gene County ---Margaret Krebs Lohr, feel that the Democrat Party has and daughter, Kathy, were dinner 64-
'J 4' it u self-hypnotism that caused them to overlook factors that : tried to be the farmer's friend guests of M*. Myrick's mother STAR]
aM t': ;' Please allow me to congratulate you on the stand taken by you Autumn in all its glory Is upon Don't ? n-the-Hinit!
; you Mrs. Susie at Lake Gen
f i otherwise toward Democratic Ser
:, ; 'I+ might point a victory. It is
; through your editorial column during the historical campaign Just the land here. The days In most II F.IP JoT I. HINTS:
,' S'; strange, indeed, that these factors were all very clear to them have been filled with sunshine eva. DAY &
( 1 closed Try turpentine to clean your .VIGR
I; and Mrs. Robert Groover
!i ;, the day after the election, when they began rushing to print The wind whirling the brightly Mr. 1
'" 11, Certainly your'a was one of the very few newspapers, largeor sinks bathtub and table oilclothI of Miami spent the weekend with ___
" : with pat analyses of just how and why President Truman small, that sought to provide leadership at a time when our putty colored leaves about my head ad then wash with soapy water
f ; elected. If these factors obvious few | I walk. It Is HO good to be aliveto
was were so a hours was threatened by a split that fortunately did not, but might well The smell soon leaves. It Is bet
:.n "' :" 'ar4 r.; ;, after the election, it is evident that nothing but blind, wishful have developed Into something disastrous. It Is a sad commentaryon see overhead the V-shaped ter than kerosene. I use a spot
'-IIr'' t ; : thinking could have made them overlooked flocks of wild geese going southhearing cleaner to remove beforeI
n!+ unanimously grease
the of editorial leadership provided by some of larger
type our
' 'I R. B. Alvarez
I, }t 'i!. beforehand. their honk faintly In the wash a garment. I store mv & S
; that either deserted the ranks and '
they supported the ,
/' Ii. ;, t : !I' It i is not enough now for the poll-takers blandly to admit newspapers or failed to take definite stand whatever all'Ve have a new Chevrolet I'j summer dresses clean but roughdry.
opposition any apparently truck. I had a great
pickup *
,t'l1., One does not have to be s
; Z'
'Ii v. they were wrong and start weaving a web of percentages and let the election default. The Democratic ;
content to ; by
I go Party enJoyed desire to go get some bittersweet careful to fold. In the 1
*1)' '\. ;1 ", I o')'I. ;' "scientific" mumbo-jumbo to show how, with the a glorious victory, but certainly! these papers can take no credit for a winter bouquet. I ask my I sprinkle and iron or spring laund"i Transfer & Storage Co
( i ; change of a few votes here and there they might have been
ff' r ,:; : for any part of It.: near neighbor to go with me and them with fresh starch.
r t n 1 : right. The fact remains that they were WRONG, all I am proud, as I know you are, that Bradford County remained ,, we went out In the country about Here Is how Mrs. Bishop Thomas
f/;/!' WRUNG, unanimously WRONG, and a poll's sole "raison faithfully and solidly in the Democratic column and refused to be :i j I four miles, right down to the< of Brooker makes pu-npki AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS.

'\, I'I' d'etre"! lies in its/ correctness. The mere fact that it can be swayed by red herring Issues that were drawn across our path by ,1'I broad Missouri river, We found pie. It 1s almost Identical with I *
\\t.! wrong destroys worthwhile it might otherwise bittersweet and milkweed pods. mine 1 1-2 pumpkin. Coo Moving and Phone 9105
?' ) \ purpose those who would destroy the Party. I feel that the Telegraph, throughits cups
? ; 1 5" Ht.>n'e. Certainly people who subscribe to and are influenced strong editorial stand, deserves much of the credit. I l I I made two bouquets. I painted and run thru colander. 3-1 cu- terag We
!. ": by these!' findings are not willing to pay for misinformation. Sincerely, I|I i I the milkweed pods a silver. I brown sugar, 1-2 tp salt. 1-2 tr I Operate Local and Long

''''vi' fi If a political poll is tube nothing more than a guess WilY Guy Andrews, Democratic Nominee' also painted leaves from the lilac I ginger, 1 tp cinnamon. 3 slight! :_ tance. Also Hauling AnYlI'h ha
bush and dried zinnia heads.
some beaten eggs. 1 1.2 milk 1-2:!
""i-l I' i.tl POLL? Tax 'Assessor, Bradford County ![ I have desk now whereI Starke City Limits.
rp i one on my I cream. Mix all together an'pour
\, ''i U.i The pundits, of course, blame the pollsters for their can admire It. Pretty for winter. cup In nine inch I
pastry-lined pipj SEE US FIRST
,, .u t ,'l '' sorry plight. In a post election column John Temple Graves Last Sunday Don took me riding j j' pan. Bake In oven 450 for ten -

j I J. said : "There ought to be some sort of supplement to our i around thru the park which Is |i min. then about 30 min in oven

:(f s :, ". : freedom of the press giving us newspaper and radio men not far from us. It Is a lovelypla..e 1325|i I degrees. I do not put in quite I

::1-- I I' freedom from being made monkeys of by Roper Gallup, BRUUN H Hrti along the river with trees, so much milk and more pumpkin

1 ;'t 'i Crossley, and company With what excruciating.pain and high hills that one winds up to Either way Is good. Thank HIGHEST CASH: PRICES
look over South Dakota. I have PI
f'. Edna.
,: t
: embarrassment all of us, big and little, will be confronted

,; -. I 't''\ from time to time in the long years ahead with our wise ';' .,:::(,,..>":. t';/',:'.,..'.,;' "f' 'x: I hills seen there.I deer. go leaping down the I The children came to the doo
, '- ii" '''" "' ifo""" << <::, Z' Hallowe'en for tricks treats. '
I OVER' or
: a words of advice to Mr. Dewey the President '<' ', '):"' '\.'. '> ,', j,., '
as country's1 next ho{ : ",::1" ., '? ; s.rJ.: <. ,,: '; have the first coat of paint
I I had cookies for them.
.,'' JI I" our analyses of the situation for ,' << : ,?, ':,'l <: ::<., They
him and our speculations ;: :::, ::: < : : : one, the back steps and am aboutto each had a sack. It waa fun.
,>i m H even on his second term." wind up the painting season. We Buy Pecan
: These I of
; I days am ao proud my
'1, k We do sympathize, indeed, with the fair-minded columnists rnJ".f@: "Dv D fY1 a.:.:<,.'. When one rides out now thru rooms with their clean walls I

':f,' I, iI', such as Walter Lippman Tom Stokes, and Drew Pear- 1." ; f Y4; I I the farming sections there Is corn I do not care if winter comes, I
;!.! 'il"{ I' son, who, we believe, try to analyze a situation and render everywhere. Some nice ears even shall be cozy Inside. I have m"
r In the roads, along the ditches. Will Call For, Or Buy At Warehouse
'j an unbiased decision to the public. We have no sympathyvhatevor by PAUL M. BRUUNNext I Christmas cards. I like to look
1, V '. > for others, such as Raymond Moley, Frank Kent, Great heaps of corn-beautiful them over I have been making

: \ 1i! ,i,: i 1 s David Lawrence, and Westbrook Pegler who let their blind to Communists. t hate Hypocrites! must. Into the tatter tarepoly golden ears everywhere. In big : several aprons. I'even put handwork ,
round bins, In heaps on the
' i 1 t'R; t f hatred of the late great President Roosevelt color everything : 1 am forced to placeTHOSK\ NORTHKRNKRS: \ who have recently bunches of I I on some. I try to get them
ground. Large hogs ,
t ,: t, t they write, making impossible for them to render an un- keen SlIt: AI\IINO LOUDLY about Civil Rights. and cattle munch the corn. All mailed back the next mall. I am C. H. NASWORTHY\

, 11 i I Irased:: opinion on any, subject with political implications. 1 was born In the north-Ohio. 1 went to grade school, high schonf these cattle will some day be getting It some Is fun nice and pieces thanks for-my, ; .
1'' ": ': ,1 1 They than end to college In Ohio and Indiana. Was 11)!) hefote 1 ever saw any aprons girlx.I
3, I' 1ft were more eager: to believe the polls and no doubt ready to market. There Is much hope you like your aprons. 234 EAST CALL: STREET
I / of the :South: so when you call me a Yankee, 1 won't protect We
would have just aa vigorously disbelieved them if they .had fait joy thruout the land. are especially AU for now God bless each and
;)1 "' I 1 predicted, for Truman. too< loudly. happy about our same all and have a happy Thanks PHONE 193 STARKE, FLl

ti : : 'i We do not quarrel with anyone over an honest opinion. 0 Kill I DON'T |prof"HI! one brand. of Civil Right and practice president. Farmers are happy, giving. LOVE,
" snottier like the Northern ailvimite of Civil flights; have just pio\r everyone'happy.Cooler LURA'I
Every columnist and editorial I
f writer had a perfect right to
4A j to me that I..... urn guilty; <,'. I' weather at Clay Hill
w' \ !Bet' forth why Vie thought the election of Mr. Dewey was preferable -
member of the and at night they have to have'
,; .' ;\' to the election of Mr. Truman. Hut it was galling to Let's get specific In New York, there I h a Negro '
little fire. Bernice and
f city council. He sits with the other members, but please nntp. hN a Mosley
vk : the point of nausea to see the wishful thinkers try to count baby have been Ill, but both are
there. U US I.\ OVH]
back Hit minority glUe out
sits in tile row on
,, (( x I, a m...u uown and out before the fight had even started, better They spent a night last All
ft seat In the back row. Now in New York tills u beyond criticism, DutIt
f \tl and that is more cram their premature decision down the this were true In Florida, Florldlans would tie guilty of Jim. week with her parents, Mr. and Refreshment for
t.,,: throat of the American people. Mrs. Louie Carter. Millie Jacobs
Crowlsm, of practising discrimination, and these same New Yorker
.r r; ,i 1 That the American people resent and rebel against such .
want for the South, Civil Rights. -
I' 'it;, )f" ; ,9 I tactics is now a matter of record. It is to be hoped that Time, While In New York 1 lived In the fesex House. I watched con ;:

l' : L. Life, the Chicago Tribune, et al, have learned their lesson. tenuously and didn't find a Negro guest in the hotel. In New YoiK. .Fjg1Ir1949 Who Sit and m

>,, i 'f,.! If they haven't there is always room for more in the 1 was told, New Yorkers practice ,Civil! Rights, but 1 failed to find ,. .
;t A r graveyard beside the late, unlamented Literary Digest. out VV1IEKE. Had dinner In the swank Ul 1 Morocco and walked the
.i' :, \
it \ f f. length and breadth of the place. Here they not only have to know

'..:t t '\ 1 r I Time Magazine:' determined to have the last word on the your color, they have to know your bank balance. Were there any t

1" 'MA' 1:r I election upset, quoted an automobile.dealer in Dewey's hometown .Negroes.. dining there when 1 was there? NO. ". Q.UICKWAVLAUNDRY! ( -

.' 1 1:' j I'; .. i I as sayjnsrthat the election proved just one thing: "That The Versailles restaurant had what was reported to he the S W,':N 1C

' ,, ;1\\ ,.,., there are more damn fools in the country, than people with opening night of the entire .urn-ion. I suppose U was' by wore coliui- I -
.'I: S'til'I' r sense." deuce that ONLY white patrons ueie lueseut -

1 p+:r t t i We beg: to differ with the gentleman and submit that, Northerners scream that there should be an anti lynching law. The

'k t ;r; k,.: ', "i', in OIT opinion, it proved that the American people are first Negro lynching I ever knew ol took plate tr Coslu .ton, Ohio. ,\ I

" ': 'f\I";, \'" 1Jartpt tr-an th. pu'ican-1' : gave them credit for beini?. limb of a maple tree on the courthouse lawn was used. Yes, this wj,. TRAIL BLAZEf
rr-i.. Everything bout and the. limb weie pointed out to vUttu.
' ) the Republican) campaign,: was as phoney In the North yet the tree I :

\,,, 'i Vt\\I.t;\i 4f 4,; at r>"*-"yV *tem"t" to be folksy bv posing: for photographers fur years, and WITHOUT shdme. of Cars to Come

.t \ "'.I on a farm fence gate. Their ill-fated attempt to foist a When was a young fellow at home a Negro hot a nlghtwatch- I
Y 1: r. t ; "'r----: !:':::-:/c::;-' "on: the public came a cropper when a few man. NOHOUY worked the next u.iy., the territory as scoured by B.... and drive the 19-19 FIIAZK r'1iL ,

lh 1 ll. ;:'w t days before the Section the Governor wag picked a.s one of bands of men, men whose chief equipment" besides their Hunting guns. now, with 100 new featur I
s' ,,;1 \" ;1 the ten best dressed men in the United States. Farmeri' was a cull of rope. Now there ate no mountains In this area. within and refinements, a (creatorvulu :

;\ ", ; \ ,I Dewey a homburg: hat! You can't fool the people all the 10W miles of Lake tale, so these mn DIDN'T; hdve this rope with .., more beautiful tha
4)t; ,s time. them to aide them In climbing mountains. WHY IS 'tllKKU: : A 1>11"'. ever. If.. the twauty and

HSKKNl'K: : HKTWKBN: ; WHAT W-\3 IN l'IIINL; MAN HUNTKKb': distinction' of custom rar a ( st
i ; ,, .. The'ctin farm vote is given a large share of credit for help- y }
,ft'' I in what Is referred to as- the North that makes them stUng .
;. ':fr" 'f iiiaf ei: Mr.r\. The farmer is a nard man to fool con
[I' .i enl from thane men who occasionally &go: MAN HUNTING In the fort and ,styling '
t;. you
+ t : I v.h' it e nes to dollars and cents, and when Mr. Truman rri1
'!J'i i I *'K>!k the issue directly to him citing the record of the Repub :South:> ? choose for your own llvlnroom. .
J 1 can l.>ll you what the difference Is. It U political. In my horn For- the choice' Is
i; 'a i j: flea. vnrtrolkU! SOth Congress, it not difficult for the
t I ; town. where the loots are peaked to she the snow, the Neyrcu:, yours. You rwl , ;.;''], i'' '.(';' i farmer to see which party had his real interest at heart. r.uiMIe, the led rear of the town' only movie House. But in Klorl<:* seeping' Interiors., one o
\\i I; 'i', : In the words of Samuel Grafton: "The great liberal mid- the Negl'Ot/1i nave their own theatres) so r'lorkla la denying the Neiri,: : 40 different combination

,. 'I tilt class in American life has become conscious of itself asH his CIVIL< BIIII: TS. There, they all live on one stieet In designated of warm, rich colors, tan

.:''t'' '1<, ) p..litf"foret>, and has begun to live a )life j of its own area, don't venture out of U ton often nave tnetr own churcnes. rlc and trim that re-

" k: ,: It: h;..i discovered itself in the same moment in which we have New York'a mayor, Ulll O'1>w>er, and 'I talked ahout the Deplorable : flirt your own lndl

f 1"1 discovered. it." ,,:conditions the Negro sections of that great city and tift regiettiM H.U ta..to.... The 19-1

fi! i i" :.': : that It was YOn bKKKINU: politicians v>ho are responsible, : for the FKAZER ManhattaIs I I t :

I TBLLING BLOWS FROM TRUMAN SPEECHES Importations to N. Y, of the many Negroes: who make these conditions. .) your own p prntona'

-' fi 14' -: iti_ "Your typical Republican reactionary is a very shrewd so critical.Kffnrt IIar.. S4e> It to- at1L..k

',; ,lr ill" t iran with a calculating machine where his heart ought to '0 : to STOP relief to everybody In New York who II,in NOT day and driveIt tL

: ; d f. b>." Detroit, Sept. 6. lived there two years' wa blocked ,by pollllcl.ui Its, I.lie nine. away. ]

a"t4I': : "7 p.>lltU-Lufi. who took the Negroes: from the South to (be North for ,

Pi., 'f "The Republicans don't like to see cheap public power toting p.rl.| "..e. were willing: to drain Ski clt>'. rouiirm. for ..elflfthg.iln MTTVAl. rrKTWORKEao.li
r ltar''t" I I', ,I, because itmeans that the big power monopolies cannot get .*. These politldan did !NOT' have the !Negroes' lulereoAt Than. 10 p, SI., EST w
l 'I, I', heart ..r they would !NOT' have moved. them from the land whereat "The Thin Man"
d El Paso
I! : t'leir rake-off at the expense of the public. Sept. : _
.,.'," ;' I II %.,. least. when things: were tuagh; the Meant; hid a chance to keepMaros. NTAKRINO: ; YIr -: :

Nick &: Noah CharlenMUTVAL.
( ,1- '
Yes 1 have a suspicion that those who are so loudly screaming for
"j'+ i4 "GOP these days means just one thing: Grand Old Plat i "
Clvli Rights lor the Negroes/ In the South are doing so with their eu'S
,t ; 't tudes. Johnston, Pa., Oct. 23. : NETWORK e
cocked for votes, NOT because they are Interested In the South
J Each Sat. '.
", 9:30: I M., EST
i giving the Negro any more freedom than la his In the North.
"The Republican Party either corrupts its liberals or 0 Civil ItlghU; should' be stirred words. They should mean a great "Me t The Boss"

I, I I.i expel thEm." St. Paul, Oct. 13.CONCRETE deal to men everywhere, not be matte meaningless. ;' by the mouthlna FKATURINO: :

ol Insincere. hypocritical politicians who, unfortunately like lice, I
.i : Infcttt this glorious land. _ Guy LombardoAnd s

i'' "ANNIS -Another Presidential; election- i U now history, and in His Royal Canadians lief ,

I many respects it is a beacon: to the world. It has demonstrated -

.1 the power of a free people's democratic system at a time LIBBY

1t' BLOCKS when democracy is under cynical attack from many quarters.

Ready Milt Concnto Builder Hardware Newsweek Magazine.The I

I. '! I MoAt Everything To BaUd Repair or Remodel brand of domestic policy peddled by the National Sales & ServiceTemple Ask for it either may 60J./*"*

ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES inc. Association of Manufacturers and the brand of foreign I traJe-marks mean the same
policy offered by Colonel Robert R. McCormick be
II ''k, 1034-1048 W. Stain Street; South officially considered to have about &* much political may now appealas AvenueI'hone S3 OTTIIO UNOII AUTHORITY Of TNt COCA-COIA COMPANY' I"STAKKE
Phone 217 218 OA1NESVIIJJS P. O. Box 82 .
red-hot vegetarianism. Columnists Joseph & Stewart STARKE. FLORIDA COCA.4'4II.A BOTTLING COMPM"l7 _

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: :R 18. 1948 __-i---io 1 1 1YO



Baptist WMU Circles by Mrs. Tenly Mrs. W. D. Alexander 20-25: with the regular business fleshier flnlntlff versus. William OIIUEIt OP. ni.irvriov AnUTIt Walter .Allen P/rk.ns/ Jr.. Plaintiff' .-,--. :
II. Urahlrr. Dvfenilanl. Htll for 1'ar- >: M TO I I'fK \K vn. Krnentine McManiiB Dlck.nB, Il..- -
Have and Mrs. A. :J. Thomas Sr. for the monthly meeting follow tltlon, wherein and whereby KIlxn- STATK' OK PMJHIPA to! fvndant. Cane :No.. 810l.l
HONEY MeetingsMembers There bath Tleahlcr Keekn to I"trllilon the Menu T. Kllertn. ruHldenceanil EXPERT
f>oME: were sixteen membersand : i.n' t'I..l OIIl>K.II Or Pl'lltICTtOV
ing.Mrs. following dewcrlbecl property nltit- udttl-nnn lust IUUI HeI.awreiicw 481) NOTICK TO .'ltNTATH
I one visitor present. The general In ItiiKifonl Florida: Street Helolt Wlnronnln: .
!o'lkt'll of the Baptist W. M. Fred Pellum gave an interesting ate County OK KI.OHIOA t. IRrnentlne I
,inner Mar offering was $13 and a special The KiiNt 0"...half It( ":'io ) of the You ale hereby reiiulrod to appear MoManun Iilrkenn, whoneInnt tlIot I
Nutrition qIn!' I'C'IaJI..tothel U. Circles held their regular talk on the need of SoutheKt nn* quurter. ,1'4\\.1 .>fth on Itucember. 6. 1114, In the x uuve known reBldent-e and addrunk''
sweets honey is 'j meetings Tuesday Nov. 2. I offering of $6.35: which will be Missionaries' in foreign fields. North Rant one quarter (XKVi" named, Court nnrt riui, ", n hereinpliijtitlff In Its N Moore St.. l used to buy clothes for needy and three (CD: norm" In the South Necks dlvon-H Kradfordi'ounty Carolina:
..p.xlucinK! 'oodIts I I i Circle One met with Mrs. D. school child The guest speaker of the evening %'.At (ISW! ) .,,'n1' "f the Southf Telegraph shall publich thiniinhr You arit required to appear on I I INovember t
L. I and lunch for one "!"el one iiunrter, "SK'l of the In next four weekly l Innuen.Wltnenn .
varies conL Cllcox at her home on Tenth Mrs. John McGuire, Introduced I 22nd I94K, In the abovenamed .
position month for North heaaattoquarterNI.ttetSee1I11h my hand and nfftrlalwon .
a school child.
j I
Court and wherein
'' in average about Street with II members and one I Mrs. Mathews by Mrs. I"), L. Thomas, linn l .f.. Tonnahlp 7 N flit nRe. I nt Ntlork", Klorlda inter. :NovemI. 1 plaintiff seeks divorce Cause Ilrnilfi.nl I I:
visitor present. A i was assisted In talk on I II It Ha -I. rontalnliiw twentythreeS3 r :1.i I 9 IS. County Telegraph shell publish thin
nosey 1 Is sugar.jsc new member. I gave an Interesting .
( serving refreshments after the ( > -1'''''. (OPFiriAh SKAI) A. J. Thomas Order' In next four weekly iBnuea.Vltiienn .
>eta ins small I Mrs. Vernon Silcox was admittedto meeting and Mrs. | "Mission Field of. South Amerl- Von are, therefore, hereby re.1 I I I An ,Clerk of. nn111 c.mri \ my hand and official Beat
such as the CIrcle; I, program by ,lea". to In' niul appear tiefora thin' Hv Haven Cronhy t>. C. I at H'Arke. Florida, this October
If( timerala Mrs.: ,I \\'. C. Coran. Jerk of Ihl ,'."rt un the 6th day Ji.>hn .T. HnmterBon. "Kni|1., 1<11. An nuntine. 2t). 1945.UFl'h'IAL. I \(
| tad phrosphorous.L : L. G. Powell circle leader. | .. ,I Mrs II. [.. Brownlee and Mrs. nf IH-iM-mher 194S, and to showrouse .Florldn.Attys. SKAIA .1. Thonint SERVICEChas.
Because led the business Whir miiit pftltloil for I'lf- 11-5 4t II-S8 1 Aa Clerk of Bald Court
B and C. meeting. The Mrs. A. M. Richardc was host- L. C. Powell Circle! Leaders of he Granted l. shun1.1uu11' I I Rv Haven Cronby D. ('

Imposed, BO largely of 1 program was in preparation for ess to Circle Three In the homeof One and Three were visitors. 1 IT IS OKI>i:toil: > that this nollcw. iv ('I"'II'r ('0' HT. lilt \i>KonnI John J. Hendernon, Kni: |., St. _,u...".
asslmllat- the week of prayer for i 1 week for foureoneectttlve '01 e'1'Y FI.OIIIKtl IN .'IIt '\- line, Florldit,
,rat ;an be Foreign her !| Hostess for the evening were he piihlliihiMl I once a
daughter Mrs. H. M. Rich- weeks In the Itradfordnewspaper 'KHV.Horothy. |Atty.. for I>lf, 4t It-ll\
body with ease. If Missions/ arde at the State Farm. Eighteen Mrs. Paul, Canova Mrs. R. S.Wasdm hat iiR nnueral rlrciimtlon Margaret !Martin. Plaintiff Chas. C.
lodcrate quantities it I'I Mrs. F. B. Beard program members and Sirs Hazel Gay. Mrs. In lirailford County, Florida.Thin "... ileoritvVllllKiii/ :Martin I'efrndant. -
| two visitors were tli-toher. I\I 4H.fUKKIOI tHHe No. 0933.OHIIKII : .
,I 21nl: itnv of
addl.I chairman was assisted ShepherdAt
Ixery wholesome by Mrs. Gladys Harrington and MM. Kate I.V HTAKKR
present. |I M. SKAI.' > A. J. Thnrnan.Clerk. : OK IH.IC4TIOV ''in
|, of sweets and may ,,i I W. R. Morse, Mrs. T. B. Hardingand Shepherd. Circuit (Court Itrinlforil <:'''UII' :>0'1'11"U '1..1 IIBTATW KKKVKn.NKSOY:
as a Mrs. G.V.. Alderman. was led by the IV. Florida, l"v 11.\0 Crosby, 1>. C. < IK FIAIIIUt': Gay's Service Station
I place of sugar President Mrs. S. K. Sparks, followed 10-29! 41 11-19\ tleorwe Wllllmii Martin whim res.
J milk for infants. j j A dessert course was nerved with prayer by Mrs. \V. J. 1'1 1'Ifl/1'1.1' roiiir. \HI'UIIU Idein-w. and l 11,1011'l "." In: SMl3! Kant IH. mm Ann FOItltGSTOPTOMETRIST
I varies InVlor following the business and i> C'IIt1l'EHl' '' .\UInnl ll.lli street Itrunklvnew York:
frequently pro 1.OI'1'1.111111)11 i\-' i nt Mr t 01 n r .
( Epperson Sr. Those taking part You are heretty reiiuli-e l to appearon
depending on the gram. ,I'01 \'l'\. I'-I.OIIIIItt IN 111\- l t-iemtior, 5. IH4S, III the aboveluiiueil
on the program were Mrs. R. A. : Lewis nrnwn PhI I'll Iff. vx Myrn M. C'IU""
1, which the bees obJ Thomas Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Drown !>>>f,,niliiiit Cu.... :Nn. H'JIT.lll Joyce Lorraine, ha nnan., Plaintiff, Court Heelin Std tllvorr-o cauro. TlradfordCounty whnirlnItlnintlff Kjei Rxanilnnl j
J Select the flavor you Circle Two \vas entertained bvI Mrs. < >llt OK IM III.K-VI'10Mll v.. .1., )", H JIll n 1111 II. Iiffeniliint. Cues Teleiri-iiph" fthall. ptibllnh thin (ill'-...'.. Fitted
J. E.
also Mrs. 0. R. Mathews at her lovely 'I Futch. Mrs. Sparks!: \% XOMIK: TO 'PI'M U. N,. 'It'I.UIIUI.a.:' ) Order III next four weekly IpnuenWltnviiB .
j flnvni depends ,i gave an' interesting talk on Foreign .M '1' % '1' H 0 f K I. O II I U' to IMorn OK ii in irTioM niv 'hand nn.I' offlilalKOIII And ('tnupll-le >"lsiitlOV
jiind >f flower from apartment on \\'. Madison Street. 1 I M Urown, hone 1',101"111' 1. \oiit i-: 'I'U' I'IM U' at Starke. "- Noteml -
:Mrs Maude Ileacler 'I| mission A short business unknown I NT.\TN 1 t'r' FIA)1th1)to\ : ,.|- i. tatt! 'I"I""I"f"'I.i I IHKKICIAI S..n'lc','
.,e' gather nectar. Andrew's, circle session was presided over by Mrs You are htriby rHqtih-.d in appear' Sitt. JiiineH' Illinium, nliiino 1".101..1' ( SHVtj!' .\. .1. ThnninHAn
presided The devotional 21'\' 19I'3.\ In the nbuvansnusi : Ned, aililM'WH In: Seoul No. O87.i52l I.
l,1P, .n a dry place. ] II. L. Leader. on Nnvi'mlii-r Clerk of mild Court( COl'KT STUEKTOI
Brownlee. Circle Y.
whirflnI'l.tliitlff IIKI'M 1 Uliiuil '
fnurt HIM fiiiiHf- dovei ;
llv ll.ivi-n 1'tlwb l I Ii <
4 101 mture the color )' and prayer was led by Mrs. E. D. Offering wax $23. Nfi-kv I clivnioriraJford. Von. in.lur' .>-li. ) .reaplrod to appearon T. "','unk Lnndrnnt. : stiuke.> Klorlil, >IM>MTK C'Ol'IST 1101':>1..:
Tenly. A In shall piilillnh, tlitMOnlr Ih.h., r 0, I'M. In the alioeiianifil .
nostens ICranUlatlOn'I' program keeping with | Colintv T-'li-tfrupli' > r\3lNx. fur Vhf tt-5 4t II-2H 1.
t Lottie Moon The next Circle meeting will In n.'''t four s.'."hly I I I..HUP". i-ourt. and t-iniHe, \ hrlnpiainiirr 1 4 ,
., u >s season of prayer for' i offlchil seeks itivor.-i.. 1h'Slfont4"iii !
) and
1 WltnvHM niv liniitl' ( b ,
(ins'orbs and re- Foreign Missions VAS presented I be held at the Church.Hefrl'Ahn1Pnls seal, at Hiurkp Klorlil.t.. thlH 27thlOKKH'IAll nly T.-le 'riphhall, l IllIhll"h tIt' 'Iii.. IN .IIIC'.I'I' IIII n'r, HH iii'itiiii.... MI
f were served by of October 11>4'1. Cirile, r 111 ",'xl four weeklyNltiHKK '1""!"!". ''1'1'', rl.lllllll | IN C.\
D( not put honl'Yjerntnr SUVT.: ) ,\.1. Thomas \ niv hiinil. ,ii.nil orrulaiKent I'1:111.Ilrrnuut: .
M- To liquefy for bread on fruit and ceteals. Mrs. Richarde. assisted by Mr". (\.. I'loik. of KM M (I'liurt.tnlin I ,al :Slarlie' .., Klurlila, thin o.nvo'm-.: lloolliI'lalntlrr. ".H. J.vi Itavv RogiovoBrochts
'i: J. E. Wilson! and Mrs. \Vm. J. n.lemon, Un: 'll h... Ii'I ri-iulant' ('u" '
|ha.) !granulated, placer In cakes and cookies In infant FlorUl.i' Voi-pMi'-IVi. 1"1'; \1.> A. .T. 7'\OIVrl.' :NO 1\1\! r.UIIUI'II
| H bowl of warm feeding, In sweetening Stringfellow.The Atly. fur Plf -0-29:!! 41 11-19 An Cleik of sit ld : OK 1'11'4.11'1'1'1118 1 .\NINO'l'tl > I
r.n I'
__ Hv Haven 1'roi.l.y l II 1: TO %1'I'K: tilSTATK
uarrm-r than the hand In salad dressings. beverngl's.//I Business Woman's Circleof Olll>lil OK IM III.U' 1'1'14AU T. Prank" ldindrwn, Slal-ke., Ilorl ilitAII.VB OK 'Kl.llllllM..:
I until' ,-rystals are meats and to flavor vegetable. the First Baptist Church met NOIKM TO %PI...: %" cur Plf 11-3: It 1I"' *" I.m-llo Konter llootle. whnBo. renld'nie I
and addrenn' lust known In42O Crcotnuliion relieves rron'r" i beauie
I' WllllMni II. IVrthlt-r, whose rf'8'
Lot let t the honey con- Because of its wholesomeness] Tuesday evening In the Church TO l.I.l .:tuIn State of Inilianilll : '. \ltKOllU JII..llnA'1..1.:' Charlentoll, H C.: it goes right tn the scat of the trouble I Ito I!

Ion the bottom of the rich flavor and versatility, honey annex with 58 members present > <'> era hu, horehv kern filed ii,tlfli l .In>il the I that Circuit A 1 IY'lul'l Prl'1 I'I'1.'I.nlt.nl"In" I' t'llt\- on You l tM-etilber are hereby II. 1MN reiiulieil'. In the to appear abo,'e help Inmen and expel germ laden 1' jiJi ,

knei I Is an excellent food for serving Including nine new members.Mrs. petition Court of Klorliln, Fit'ghIh' ...IlliiUplnl An'nVi'-n.- IMnlnllff, namedart. and oauMe, whereinplaintiff phlei',m and aid nature to ooth and

y be lined in many uncooked or for use in cakes anl R. A. Green gave the Devotional Circuit In ,and, for that IIr.tllt..1. llonll I 1vs. Hi'own,T 0 Kllel-lii: Kllertn.: i liefenilant." ( Teb-Kfaph neekn. illvori-e Bhall' .publlHh llradfordCounty )thinorder heal raw lender inflamed bromhial I
I In Chuni-i-ry In P Ttulil -
home as a spread cookies and other such dishes taken from Isaiah 45: : Countv.culls pnllllvil III H.. 1 Kllmilieth: 'I'UB. N.89:5.; In next four weekly iKnnen.Vlllu mucous memhrsnel.Teli your drUIIi'I|! I
I \ / -... l,,v hand mid offlolnlMII lo Hell you 01 bottle of Creonmliion
$ at Siarke' Klorldu thin Xovein- with" ; the ,undemanding must like! STUART'SCYCLE
her 1 1 Inl IH. the way it quickly allays! the inu.cli
((1I"I"leltll'.1: \.) A, J. Thoman SHOP
\f 'I 1. i I k "f, mid Ci.im." or tau are lo have your money hack.CREOMULSION.

|tney Jungle Thanks{ You"MAINE FREE TICKETS "Jitney Jungle Thanks You" John tillFInridn f.. llendi-rnim llv.,. H.IVI-II lOfii CriiHliv.. SI Aull.P. ..f.*-. Templo| ASi. ; 10th St.

ti'e: :' fur: : rif 11-5 nIN 11.20 for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis Htarke. Florida.

--- LOOSE SHORTENINGCRISCO I t'I Ii 1'11'1' 1'1111 I'. lilt \I>.KOIII I
To The ,'ul".I"I.Ullln'l IN IIINi r
"IHV.Steven: t

.Mlkhika.Mlhl.liefeiidiiiit.!.... IMalntirf I'IIHINo VB.. Mary U894.OIIIUCII ATTENTION I HUNTERS! :r rI
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[OTATOESPounds FLORIDA THEATRE a'1'19'E tYl'l'l4'1": 1'OK:IM'III.IC TO KI.OHIIIlot ri'r.i 1'1'lO\ I rI

Mary .Mlklnka, whoHt renldenre IM
I With Every ;"''11lIolly: Street, 1II1kl"nl.1, 1tOl'l1lal > I Special Prices On GUN SHELLS! f 1

You lire required to appear on
November. 22nd 114S In the above

29c 3 lb 93c named plaintiff Court MenkB and"IV.."ratine-... llriidford wherein. Saturday Nov. 6

Grocery Order S. County In Telegraph, next four shall weekly publish issues.11'Ita"MM thisUrdrr .. 79 1

my hand. and 1 offli-lal neal
lit "Stiirkn, Florida, thin October ;
"' You" in 1948.(3)Yi'R'IA1.! / t ta
You' : ;I I ,. !K\t.' .) A. .f. ThomimAn \
Clerk of mild. (' MIsHoion : fly Haven Crosby H C.
SUP No. 2 Can Hav Helden Iiiiytunn lleach Florida.Attyn. Saturday, Nov. 13
for I'lf 4t 11-12

PEASlOc i\' .('iiirtir coiiir, nil \iiro. iCOI > ,,1 .
15c IF. MEAL NTV. Kl.Ollllltl IN 1 C.. \%. J
; N : .
) Meroler T'lalnllff VB AlmaMeirlxr
l liefemlant. Cano N... HS1I5.lUIIII'.lt EXPRESS Or WESTERN Express! I IJ
: OK I'I'III.U'1'10'

----- \ .M. > NOTKi10: I-1\U '-J I 12 jrn. ____..__ 2.JO 12 j a. __ ______ 1.90
-- 11'1' 1.1'1.7 01' I<
able "Thank You""Limited "l
_- Alma Merrier hone renldenre I IN,: IK; jra. ----- -i. 2.30: 16 Ka. 1.75
----- --- .
.10 Sites M. riitrnard., ,, 41 IludfordSt.
amt. on II'LI'lt"I.[ .Connei-llfiit) : 20) Ka. ---- -__ 2.10 20 ga. -- -_--- 1.70 !
faperX Hand" You. Sri retiulred to appear on I to.
November, 2inil! miS In the above
named Court' and muss whereinpbtlntlfC ; v,

-- -' = SwerlSoap tt anel(5 nontrol. illvuri-o uf, the A threehll'car' IIIBInilv -- v410 Ra. Remington, Express, Western .Super X "

../ :
C E '" -;" t Powder (County darn Ti-leHTrnpli nluill publish Pradiord thin 2Yi In. ______.t_ 1.70 3 In."*..______..,.. 1.95 t
Order !In next four wi-eklv Ipmien.Wltnenn ,
'. lilY baiul, and 1 offlrlal Neal r
I You"HUM 29c at Hi n rlie,, Florida thin Orlober, '
= --= --- _- -_ 15, 11)18.tiIrl''l'IAI) REMINGTON EXPRESS HUCK SHOT 'f
( SKU: ,) A .T,. ThonumAB
Cleik, of Bald Court.
+ "Thank You" fly: Hnven I'roBby, It C, 12 Ka. or 16 RB. 2.50
ers LF. flit V Selden .riavtonit Ileach, Florida, v.
n, Vita Foods! Ally for I'lf. 4t 11-12
22crz I I

iv' ciurtir ['1)114.1'. IIII \I>KOIIII LIMIT( \ OF" 5 BOXES PER CUSTOMER) ,
----1 Apple.Jell 4-01"NTt. I"I.OIIIU'I IV "'11.'''. ,
C'III'. It;
Nellie .lanien" PUIntirf. v... lI..v"I
leers 12 Oz.lie. JanieB, i-rendiiiit l ''' CIIMM' No fl004.I ) .
I I Olllll-'ll.: OK HI Ill.IC VI'IOV :
n '1'\1" ll: OK Ki.oiuitt lot
P..vi" .luiiH'H' "' |IOH.. iFBlflenoe. t Is

unknown You are: reiiulred' to appear on Starke Fla. ,
lace Your TurKey Order NOW! November 28ml Ills I In the ahnv

:mimed lilalntlff: \ Court HeekB and dlvorre.; THUMB; Kradford wherein I

County( Teli-Kfaph. shall pilbllrh tills
UldvlIn, next four weekly I..."....
"Thank Yau' Alton Dobbs "Thank You"DUKES at WltnenH Hinrkc.' my Florida hanil,, and, hue nrrlo.IIII..1. CKtobir .1 1 i i'rt'ALOtJ

: LILY In I Our Market 21. 11> 1 H.lOKKIClAF. '
NI'::11.) .\ .1. ThomaB i
An Clerk, nf. Bald,, ('''''1'1. E ;
Manager Hv I II (. ? 1 1I"
Cronliy' 11I.
Zneh 7f. > ..t1J.n:;: Iiii8-ro7[ Lynch' I

il I & Grits 5 Ibs. 31 Hiilldlritr, JIII'kJ111VIIle, Florldii., .
cJH 18cMAYONNAISE 1 Atty. for I'lf 4t 11-12 ,, I

IV IIM'III- I11l1)l \lFUnn I .
Large 101 NM I"'UIIII'I I' ( IIIN.f .
I:ill V.
Krnent: C. I.OWH "''...nlllrr, v.. Helen
.. J. I...".... lrfcurbl"t fll.e v' AH'I2: .
FRUITS & I oniyit: OK IM HI.IC vrinv
\ NI> \OIHI: 'to 11'1'1:1/l:
"Thank N'I' 1'I' rl OK Kl.Olllllt tut.
Fresh PORK LIVER lb. 35c I Ilelvll .1. l.owo, iv bone renlden'-e' In
SOAP fiB Hoiiih' nxford. Sheet, Now York .r '" I II Is

HERE FIRST For AU Kinds Lux Toilet I New Yon Ynrlr nm required to appear, onr..v..nl..r Sleeping Ccmiort II

:- .. CI.IM 22nd..t ,arid I'llx,fauna In. Ins wherein nhovennuted at its best! IIr

FRUIT CAKE MATERIAL! Center Cut Western\ CHOPS, lb. 62c 3 med. bars, 29c I 1 Older l'10ntv'l'elegfaph plaint: :\: : :Iff In.M Bi-ekB next':my:: hand,four':\ ir.ii'fI"I:and weeklv nffh'11lseal lipudfi-rd,itmiieMVltne thin'. I ;'eTt I it+ t' II{I Ii ,

at stiirke, Florida, thin Ortolier I
t IS. 1911.UFl'It'I.II I .
Row; "Thank You" ( I. 1 CKXf: .) A .T. ThonianAP . .

Pure Pork Ground lb. 37c I ? Dy. Haven,r-ierlc of Cronby.eed$ l. Cnurt.I). C. .i I I'h $39.50 : I
Sausages fto-i-1"
SH! Yellow, 2 Ib. 15c New SYRUP l.o\llYII.: linlldlnir' for, .hu V"11"1"-'Plf..keonvllle, Florida.4t Lynch 11.12 1 ) I

iv riiiciir 1 01 HT. iiiitiiKoiiuKHV. BOX SPRING ,
1 Gallon I 99c"Thank 1.1111'1', FI.OHIICI I1. (114 5. i. 39.50 .

Brisket BEE F lb. 35c 1. 4 Imilifl' : Krlhnrn: riiilntlff.l vn. Ht. 6, "{
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TOES Firm Red 2 lb. 25c No veIl ftal'Jnf! l-.rltmrnr, I>..f ndunt.:, Can fOIIIIKn .

You" OF PI'lll.ll-.ITIO'4 t

CALIFORNIA Ht..*vi T>n' TH.!<... Krlr.nrnn:OK Kl.Ollint, whnn r..I.tat I' \ .
BACON Ib. Jungle QueenCOFFEE nncp I IN: tBlIIlorhl..nd Drive, Pa. ,'" GUARANTEED ,', j
SQUARES - 37c kerefl.Id! Cullfnrnlai. ',l,:
ICE I You ers required' .
Heads 2f for f 19c to sppciir on
Large I N'ovrmurr named! Court Undo. and 1!IU.gaup,In the wherein above. FOR TEN YEARS : .: .I i

plaintiff i<*..k. ilivorcn. Ttrndfoni I I I''
: 'aunty Telegraph shall publish thin \ 'fCHECK
A SWIFTS PREMIUM BABY BEEF Or".r In next' four weekly |I..u. "
I \ my hnnd l and offlfUl ...al l .;
l'l i
Per Pound 39c ?: .iVli Kl"rld" tnll Ot-tober THESE OUTSTANDING FEATURES ; <'
: t }
doz. lOc ROUND STEAK lb. -. 69c I (KKICMI. SEAL' : ) A. J. Thoman .
nges AH rrk of null!1 Court. Famous Karr Unit I"
By: haven Cronby, |l. c. +
Thank You" I Zseh' II IioiiHlnn. 5o5-r,07 Lynch d'1
: I IAllY"
niilldlnir. -kH.nvllM.., riorlda. I'rebuilt Border

AGE Green HP'S.' 2 Ib. 9cPEPPEBS.2 Fancy pkg. Long Grain for Plf. 4t //.jj i'tIi I .1

Lg. Fresh Ground Hamburger, lb. 47c : :IV:i.nv otrr 1114T,)'. 1"1.001I1HI('oli.r. 111111)1'ofl1)l'i 1)/8. Fine Cotton Felt ,( .' l4 I j1

RICE,21bs.29c 1 Sateen Stripe Ticking ..'
Joseph A. T>l on. Plaintiff. vn Helen ,,; .
M. IMxon. llefemlant ( ..>. Nt>. 9902 "

lit .- 15cAND Ara IIIIIH VOTIfK: Pi-ni.trtTinv TO APPKtn, Inner-roll Edge I : y iJ

Buft Cottage CHEESE lit 18c 'Thank n-r\jK or PI.OHI115pl .
You"Fancy Helen M. nixon whose |last kMnra Non-Sa""ln" Sides "
reBldenre and .
In 321 Oak. ,
:; IUSTARD pkg. Northern wood Avenue, Marl'.'tts. OhlnlNov.mber II

NS.2 Bunches for 29c Fresh Pig BACKBONE, !lb.i> 53c BEANS, 2 Ibs. 25c OrSr.r County nfl7di..Collri.. In Teleicraph..next.22nd1511tin..k. and four dlvorre..hall c weekly"|"publl.h.thi. Hntdford wh.r.ln iBBuen.above thl.on k'0-,; By E. B. Malone *Co.: II: ,

StWStark.m Ylorldoanthis trial October".a'! MAKERS OF "SPRING AIR"s:: '
F | I
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M. W. STEPHENS, GROCERY MANAGER FREE ( A.BRAf.' Clerk) A.of said J. Thomaa'f Court. 4

By Haven Crosby, D. C. .

L LIVERY I CONNER BROS. DELIVERY I John IIn.AU.. ,.Clfet'i...I'lorld.I.for li.nder.on.fit.?. I" riiT.E."..flflA1)FOflfl 6L iti.v AUru.11.12! J i C. H. DRIGGERS FURNITURE CO.. f'f'r

('OI''T\ F'.OnIVAI ; ,
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will be furnished with each propoH County Telegraph shall publish thl. (OFFICIAL
Birthday Party I .l. The attention of bidder l IIII .Order In next four weekly .IMPUGNWltnen AN ("I..rk RF.II '
\ ,
;1 S Two Hostesses "r
rr rrJssrrrS Jr Wedding Today directed to the Hpeclal frovlnlonit, my hand and official. IIY fI"v"II ,, TIt.
I subletting moistening. the Kent at starktt: Florida" this November I 1. 0. :"
It and CLUBS Entertain UDCMrs. For Jerry Colley I covering contractsPrupoxalB. or 2, 1945.OFFICiAL. Atty. liron'or PI' Mttr i "'
SOCIETY f will be furnlBlicd I to ( SEAT.,) A, 3. Thomas -.r'd&' .
I" I J. %V. Klncald Mrs. O. I.. Jerry Colby was honored on Qualified Contractor, upon: a prillottlon )- Aa Clerk of said Court. I IN ('1I1t II'r "- ''

Ofke Gladys Rcddence I Beasley and Mrs J. B. Cottrell his twelfth birthday Friday evenIng to thin offl" 'Olt TUB I'l')1 Hy Haven (,'rn"by, D. C. 'Ot "'LV. 0111 r'
his OF lr; KAi'lf. I'lunH& may be pur- inch Jf Uoinrlim, 505-507 Lynch 1 I.It\". .t.OIlIlI,I 'np
tJ Phone 29 Editor hone 83I..i k were hostesses to members of with a party given by chaned from thin office for the sum lliilldlnir I JachHonvlIlP I Florida, ,.luclv' Tn\I. 1"" '\ tIII..
the U D. C. Wednesday afternoon mother, Mrs. At. H. Colley and of I;5 for .....h ...t. No proposals Attya. for IMf.-- 11-8 4t 11-2 Talmadir] ,. i iCace \
'OIthem nl''"
l. re.i I V I I' .. sister, Miss Frances Colley, at will he Issued unlcuuN. requests N'o ,p n :: ,
of last .week. rupale'by this office nt .
cr1. iniK'iir ( ''' IIT, nn tliI'ftltI)
$- the Service Center. leaHt 24 hour, prlur'to the limo for nlnlt: ..p 1'1
i'oi''IV. KI.OIIIIHl IN CllfN-
Ji Miss Caldwell Tea Honoring The entire lower floor of the I coin opening.. bldH ('KIIV.ClBu .4 'I'"It t '1' '..''I'U.: 1"1.,"...'TIn.
:i I ,'I "a Henslev: home on North Walnut A yellow and brown All blue muni Mhow total"] for each M'Therwon Plaintiff "". Knrl Taln1l..1, ; .p 11"llIn.t.,
4 Is ComplimentedAt Junior ClubIs with scheme was carried out In the Item, and, total amount, of I 1,1,1 I 1 Inserted l.ynn Mct'hemon, fendant., Case don.,. I is ., I. .' ,.
f Street was opened en suite I. '
Ipcorutions and flowers Favor un the covi-r of t Ihn propoHiil.Th No. 0915. ', You, I
EventOne artistic arrangements of seasonafloweis right In maerviul to r..j.tIIny (>HI)I<:II of 1""U.I1'IO'l11 in..t. ,
Beautiful Tea Lovely and hats were given to bids 1.XIIICH TO A PIPE It i irmm .: ,,.I
-I- I placed at vantage points. orange or all \ ill ..d ,iPlnlntlff ',..,,, ,, I 'PMtN''vrn
I the young guests during the evening 'sin'. llonil Kepnrtment of Florida 4 T 1 'r e: n K F I. () It I n t Pal ., b. ?
Beauty and elegance marked of the most elaborate affairs $b Mrs E. K. Perryman, president Games were enjoyed and I". ". :. hapless, ('hiilrninnt'' e:. ('. l>ef.armo. .- Karl Lynn MrPIersn whose reHlilciica "f I II., ."I IM,, I". u''h.,
SusIe HlahMiir' Ktiulnevr.lt ,IB: rio hair HomvH, Albany, 'Iu
the ten County 1' ,
MissMary of season was I I. ,
tea complimenting '
the "
; gift business meetIng 104'
presided over the prizes were .won by Richard Kid :! 11.14: Georgia: Order' I II, ,,, ,. '
Jo Caldwell popular bride given by the Senior Woman'sClub You are required to appear on '\"Itn"8" ,,,\. UbilC,
and Jean An outdoor n .'kI'
afternoon of last last Friday afternoon from t and installations of officer Mundy. supper is iinriir ('0' "'!'. lilt \"Foiii> November 29, 1948. In the above at Stark. .'"." .I, ; I"
I elect Thursday for the ensuing year. The officer was cooked and served on ('01 >'ry, KI.OIIIIHl IX IHfM- named Court and cause, wherein 20 IC1H. 11"01
week In the Community Club four until five-thirty honoringthe ('''::11 V.Va'sie. plaintiff seeks dIvorce Bradford (OFFICIAL .
Mrs. L. A. Davis 'the Service lawn. : .
& Building State Farm. Hostesseat Junior Woman's Club. -' Installed were PhillipsIoodv.: Plaintiff vn. 'ounty Telegraph shall publish this :! ," \,
t president, Mrs. R. A. Green, first I Invited to help Jerry celebrate waiter Moody, L>,,',,"dant. Case No Order In next four weekly IxxueM. TIy "/,,, 'Ie.
at this delightful affair were Mrs club house was thrown Intoa hand and official. I
The 8931.OIIUKII. WitneBH my John" ,
I ,
I !
G.V. Roberts
J. G. Godwin. Mrs. P. D. Farn'her.II veritable fall garden with the vice-president; Mrs. the occasion were Lex Green Jr.. nf 1"111.1TIO'l .\>.U ,fnl nt Htarke. Florida, thin. OctoberItO tine I j.iIJr'I,I Id" ;.r,
second vice-president; Mrs. George Canova Richard Kidc, 1948. Attyn. fi, ,
Mrs. J. C. I :\onri10 \PPK\HSTATK i |I'
Mrs. J. A. Bouvler use of palms and flowers shadIng ... .
J Wainwright, secretary; Mrs. Tommie Smith, Spencer and Billy OF .'f.nllln.10: I
l Wallace. Mrs. R. P. McLendonand from light yellow to bronze ft4o'Miss Jos. 1'':. \Vllaon treasurer; MIR May, Chester Wise, Linda Kay Walter :Moudy.. whose residence l is

t f Mrs. H. :M. Richarde. placed at vantage points throughJut. I Olive Hay registrar; Mrs. W. GHnile. Sale. Jean Mundy, Margaret Rosi'. unknown' IAYAREZ'STORE7h1n
The decoration for tho mantel 1 You ar' hereby reiiulreil to nppttnron
; .1 Yellow and lavender chrysnn historian; Mrs. W. J. Duncan Barbara and Jackie Col L>.'"..mb"l' II, 1945, In the iiliovnnaiixMl
themums and yellow marigold In the lounge was a 'J'wndler recorder of crosses Icy Norma and Emma Jane Can ) Court und cuuiwherein 1 9t

i in artistic arrangements, against! Istlc arrangement of mOdern-I Mary Jo Caldwpll, daughter and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, chap. ova. .1.plaintiff.... seeks divorce Hruclford

enchanced the button chrysanthemums of Mr and Mrs, J. G. Caldwell lin.
native greenery: leaves from Assisting/ Mrs. Colley In enter
of tho State whosemarriage
charm of the Betting! for this end I Farm Reports on the Annual Conven. taming the guests were Mrs
bronze and flanked on one by to A. W. Anderson, Jr..
lovely prenuptial party. candle holder holding burning I son of Mr. and Mrs. Albel.tV.. tion of the Florida Division of Gladys Canova Mrs. Ruby Johns,
the IT I). C. held In Jacksonville
The tea table WAS exquisitelyappointed and Mrs. Edward Bums.
yellow tapers. AnilcTHon of Starke, will be solemnized -
1 with white linen, and recently were given at this meet
t In the auditorium the receiving; at :5 o'clock Friday af-

I Its floral centerpiece further emphasized line stood in front of an embankment ti-rnKn, in the First I'rcfcbyterlHn ing. Methodist] Circles
the chosen color scheme. Following the business meetingand
/ .
of palms where guests were Church -
a From tho silver services at thd of the installation of officers the Have Mission StudyThe :
J' received during the course
I 4 emia of the table Mrs R. H. refreshment table hostesses, assisted by Mrs. J. K !

,, Cox Mrs. A. M. Richard", Mrs. was afternoon.overlaid The with an Italian cut. Junior Club Wainwright, served a salad Fall Mission Study of theWoman's I _
f" M. E. Grin- Society of Christian
L. F. Champan. Mrs.
work linen cloth with a long I Flas Buffet SupperThe cnu rap. '
t er Mrs. A. W. Anderson and Mrs. Service was given on Thursday
I centerpiece arrangement In an Nov. 4 in the Educational Building
J. O Caldwell, poured tea and
coffee during the tea hours. antique bowl holding yellow and Junior Woman's Club en- out Tuberculosis seals with Mrs. i under the direction of Mrs ,,,,,, qtt/Ib
and joyed a delightful supper Thurs- A&P COFFEE
bronze gladioli, Doty mums MEASURING
W. G. Hello chairman of Missionary SPO
I Upon arrival, guests were presented shaded oak leaves Thp centerpiece day evening of last week at the J. H Wainwright. health chair ,

to the receiving line rom- was flanked at each end of Club House. Supper was nerved man, In charge. The club votedto Education. I .' 'I This A&P Coffee measuring poon ,

. pOlled of the hostesses, their honoree the: table ;with three-branched buffet style from a table beau- donate $25 to be used for dental "On Our Own Doorsteps" by ,, exactly the right amount to make a renllv porlion(GOOD nut

1 her mother Mrs. J. O. Cald can
$\' well. and the groom's mother, tapers. All appointments on committee of Mrs. Vernon a most interesting manner by 11' bright-colored plastic remember Tim
ng measure free
/ H Fi mfl
:.1' I. Mrs. A. W Anderson of Starke. the table were of silver with The supper was In charge of SII'ox.Irs.! H. If. Adams, Mrs. the; following lAdies: Mrs. A. i ,, flavor, choose one of A&P CofTcc'v three ,

I Adding to the enjoyment of refreshments carrying! out n color' J.lrs.'oltl'r King and her committee lien Wood, Mrs. Willard Pass. Wood, Mrs. J. R. Hill Mrs. Will -: / '. 41

'f.. ': j the occasion was the musical scheme of white and yellow. of Mis. Millard Judd Mm Mrs. D. L.. Thomas and Mrs.7.. I. Blair, Mrs. E. K. Perryman and I I I's'' 'jq EIGHT O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE BOKAR

.,'. program presented by Miss Madge: I. A. Davis and Mrs. E.Mrll'I' r;:. Lawson, Mrs. Martin Land Walnwrlght were appointedto Mrs. I. P. ShepherdA I,'I, I, Mild ad Mallow Rick and FM-Bmttml V nrm

Brownlee, soloist, and Miss June 'erryman presided at the coffee Mrs. E. J. Dowling, Jr. Miss attend the District Meeting of covered dish luncheon was

I; Caldwell pianist. urns. I Gnrnltu Hutto and Milt Hazel Junior Woman's Clubs In Fernan- enjoyed at the noon hour. Marigolds ''v, 2.A:8Oc 211AGS86C 2tiSOcOiler :
" the Fleld-J. dma Nov. 9. The report of the : and zinnias were used to
Lovely gifts attesting popularity Beautiful salon music was rendered -
After envelopes were local club was given by Mrs. D. decorate the and dinIng /
, study room -
of the bride-to-be were on .
the afternoon.Mrs.
during ... .
at CIO.q of bui ,.
addressed to be used in mailing L. Thomas. table. "' .hv. ,4, '.
The Brld 'lI Book
display. wos Edward Burns and Mrs. J.W.
, presided over by Miss Frances I Mrs. Clifford Williams of Tam-
Clncald received the guests at the -
I Caldwell. Others assisting the pa, a State conference officer

hostesses were Miss Ann WIKT, door. Mrs. W. R. Morse, first and Mrs. J. T. Guy of Hampton, JANE PARKER'S LUSCIOUS

\ Miss Helen Whitfield. Misses Lila Ice-president, Introduced the a former pastor's widow were

i'1' Rae and Peggy Caldwell, Mrs. guests to the receiving line composed out of town guests.

,/ L. A. Mrs. Tom Con-
( of officers from the SenIor -
: 11 ners Mrs. H. O. Bates! III. Mrs. Robert KidclCelebrates FRUIT CAKE rv
and Junior Woman's
J II, W. N. North. Mrs. J. L. Williams. : fin

, \. I i Mrs. C. M. Turney. Mrs. M. R. Irs. Junius Smith Mrs. R. A. UHI, the donkey ball game wasa Hear Isabel Rltch (Mrs. Jim) BirthdayMrs.

., Holmes Mrs. W. O. Stringfellow Green District Director of Wo huge success and so far I Isn't quite aa good a possum-

. '/I and Mrs. H. J. Kucera. man's Clubs, Miss Lillian Stump don't believe any of the Injuries k'ller' as she thought she was Richard O. Kidd entertained zIt;. 3 Ib.
at a delightful birthday
I The bride-elect was presentedwith Mrs. W 1-1. Hart Mrs. Guy Sales have proved fatal, although there I Seems( that one of the varmintshad 25 2.45JANE
party Thursday afternoon of last
some of her selected pattern were some distinct limps along been getting In her garbageat CAKE. CAKE
Mrs. Ted Osborne Mm. Leonard : week at the
Service Center for
i; of silver by her hostesses In remembrance Call Street Wednesday morning, | their Klngsley place for
Smith, Mrs. Vernon Sllcox. Mrs.J. her son, Robert, who was cele-
of the occasion. and a few of the players are months and Mrs. Ritch happenedupon
and Mrs. James
Wainwright, brating his fifth anniversary.The .
Enjoying this affair with the Ritch. still eating off the mantelpiece ;I him the other night and

I hostesses and honor guest were 'Twas the biggest crowd bushed his head with a stick of Center was attractively PARKER'S GOLDEN

I friends from Starke, Ralford and Assisting In serving the guests I've ever seen assembled In our wood To make sure the job'' decorated with varl-colored balloons -
were Mrs. Kate Mrs.
J the State Farm. Shepherd fair city for an event of this was well done, she finished up that were given later In
O. L. Bcasley, Mrs. L,. A. Canova
the afternoon to the children
kind, and understand that the with the axe and deposited Mr. as
Irs. T. T. Long. Mrs. Herbert LOAF CAKE
: WSCS To Meet Ritch, Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy MrsK. Legionnaires are more than Possum! in the garbage! can / favors along with suckers.A .

pleased with the J gate( receipts Next morning! she aroused the three-tiered birthday cakeshaped
Q. Duncan, Mrs. Robert Dem-
Members of the WSCS of the orest, Mrs. M. W. Cresaler, Mrs. Haven Crosby won the first household boasting! that she'd like a merrygoroundwith A real dessert treat especially -

;' \ Methodist Church will have their Marcus( Brown, Mrs. Bertha prize at the drawing beauM- finished off the culprit that Mr. a. peppermint stick In the delicious when 17 OZ. r

I regular business and j program P( Mrs. J. -n. Cottrell Mrs. ful framed picture from Den Ritch had been trying to catch top and animals around the sides, fronted or serves! with ,

'. 1. meeting :Monday afternoon Nov. Robert farce Kite and \Mrs. R. P, Stub- mark's and second prize ..wentto for months She pointed with I centered the refreshment table. fruit or Ice errant. EACH

i;I IS at 3 o'clock at the church. bins. J. C. Sapp-a set of Xmas pride to the garbage can but The 75 youngsters enjoyed appropriate -

. ] lights from Guy Andrews when they opened the lid to I birthday games on the

The four Football Queen contestants view the remains, there was Mr. lawn, during the afternoon. IONA
I 1IJ .
BHS Alumni InvitedTo Doris Moncrlcf. Esther Shu- Possum sitting up and lookln' Mexine CHILI Powder, 14c

f'IJf'P' A Gift A Day H'mecoming Dance,1 1 ford Hlnson, Nancy, drew Knight the numbers, and Peggy and just as bright-eyed as you please! for Assisting the little Mrs.guests Kidd were In caring Mrs. FLOUR, 25 ft. bag 1.39 _ _ _

I.9 Keeps Xmas Gay! I incidentally, rode the donkeys J. A. Miller, Mrs. Glen Wood and TALCO KIX Cereal 16c
,. All alumni and friends of BUS' Mrs. J. Walnwrlght..

L!'a" Chrlatmaa-Nhop the easy way I are cordially to attend the Homecoming down Call Street In. .a.parade preceding Hear that A. B. Baker went Scratch Feed, 25 ft. 1.15
Dance In the USO buildIng game fishln' In Lochloosa tother day 47c
4'l 1 Layaway giltaday..For ''I Circle One WSCS BISQUICK, large
following the Starke-Lake'I and, according to Pop Ben Rowe TALCO;
: I bright selections! by the Hcoro,
F.' Butler football game tonight. Harley Strong who was tossed 'twas the first time he ever i To Hold BazaarCircle Mash 25 ft. 1.19
shop our friendly (lirlttmus This i In I to the ground with a resounding Laying -
event brought
being sponsored bv home any fish from his SWIFT'S STRAINED '
i store! the Junior Class and bump In the first few minutes of One of the
Student I many many trios Lillian Society of TALCO
I SWEATERS Council.A I I the game evidently doesn't be Stump was certainly a surprised 1 Christian Service of the Metho- BABY MEAT 19c|

highlight of the will |I lieve In a policy of "turn the 1"111'"t at the, card club at Audrey i dist Church will hold a Bazaar Growing Mash 25 ft. 1.19
evening other check" He I _ _ _
!E U be the crowning of the football I regaled Carlisle's lost ,week when presented and Food Sale on Friday Nov

queen by State Senator Charley the bleachers by turning around with a four-tiered birthI I| 19, In the Nasworthy Building on RICE, 5 It. bag 49c GKKItEK'S STU.\INiO:
Il'I and kicking the mule after It
E. Johns at 11 o'clock. The four dnv cake and cute little presents East Call St. BABY FOOD 3 for 25cGRE.T ;)
had planted a strong one In hilt
candidates for queen are Doris | midriff Brownrd Strickland from the members See Ruby j I A variety of aprons, fanuywork ,

Moncrief, Esther Shuford Nancy Jones bnck clerkln' at Tyus' after i! and cakes, pies and candy Northern Beans 2 ft. 23c
was the only victim to be hospitalized ,
night, and Peggy Hlrmon. a \'R'atlolof several weeks will be offered at the sale which 33c
Pulled Powder
a ligament FAB -
\ Refreshments at the dance will I > Margie!:' Manlre and James Alvar- begins at 10 a.m. The patronage Soap
In his shoulder and had It xrayrdthe Blackeye PEAS 2 lb. 27c
I be In charge of Mrs. Ted Os- next morning Woody ";z took first honors In the jitterbug 1' of the public Is solicited.ParentTeacher _ _ _
contest at the Bradford

borne. I Thurman copped honors In the Ramblers, masquerade ball last Ann Page Catsup 19c D-U-Z large 33c

;I lilo\r by all .. HUout'Ts from race for dressing and tindresilng/ week Glad to sea that Her- I i Board ,
; our lovHy, collection. ('(line In I In women's clothing while astridea FliES" CUCUMBER
I : bert Fillvaw was able to be out Will Meet TodayThe
and see If don't find neat trick.In .
you many You'll donkeya very utter his accident, even if still Heinz Pickles 24 33c
. : t<> trait your tate and the taste San. case you want to try It sometime I on crutches executive board of the oz. 29c IVORY SNOW, large

of the lucky girl who gets 'I'm I ) He easily bested the Parent-Teacher
Association will!
"The bestwrLtln'rfountain
2.0TO: 3.0S other contestants Arch Thomis. 'l\I"mhtor" of lh. "'(--1IT were j hold Its business meeting thIs. \

pen "I Jr., Ray Stone and Mike 011I startled at a recent meeting! by | afternoon, Friday, at 3:15: 'cluck, Tenderized 16 to 20 lb. Average Weight Washington State Delicious

ever used. I hoolyVoody was appropriately the very dramatic arrival of their In the U. S. O. building.
SCARFSPunctuate. presented with. a bottle of I ..
HAM S. lb. APPLES 2ft.-
I president the (very) "late" Mrs. i itohnson - 59c
'Lucien toilet
AND ONLY:" 1.75 Lelong's "Tailspin" who, In lieu of a taxi Waldo OES NoticeThe ,
water .
i was!' escorted to the meeting bv
i Smoked Shankless York EasternAPPLES
our undertaker arriving barelyIn Waldo Chapter 120 O. E. S. Imperial
---- I
time for the business will have .l
session its regular meetingand
." FOR ONLY 35cA ; \Mrs. John-Kin was IItunnlnIv !:'- Initiation of candidates Friday PICNIC HAMS Ib. 47c 3 lbs.

I.1.I Wide Variety Of Point* and appropriately attired for i Nov. 12. All are Invited to ,
'I .B&CTARKE the occasion in black silk attend.

To Suit Every XanterovNMiw Jill Onkes. looking like crepe a CABBAGE' Ib
FL-: Bacon Squares lb. 43c Green ,
; ; million dollars with the pound: :tin'ru''otl. .: ,
:- I In, hereby given that theutt.'rsgn.1 ,
she added during her
rest- I In rnicaKfd In l>tiIietnI.r Me I I
! her Christmas with Sun. Mon. Nov. 11, 1.1 up wishes to thank everyone for th. rictltloiix nan,,. of Sturk Kind OnStrip Florida In
i Molar finiil at th. follorvlnx nd
pretty prints colorful noUdx, RIDE the many many kindnesses shown : Temple' A\o Ptnrk. Kl.i. lb.
touch of perfection that lends : A'' her while hospitalized Jill :r.i";. : to revlpter the HH! THE PINK HORSE says she has been sick at other rietltluuM name In the office of the ,
smart Bacon
,1 I geometric pattern A 'l.rk of thn circuit fourl of Lime lb. 63c
, : I times and other places but never I foul County Fla. Itsh
touch of
: perfection that lends 4 Robt. !Montgomery, WamluHemJrU has she been treated so kindly as >*orK* Ii. Hunch Temple Ave _ _ _, _ _ U. S. No. 1, Large In ,
. S costume Just the right: 1I'nt.I I : Htal'ke, Fin 10-22 4' 11-1:ji
.. I by the people of Starke 1\ ..lf** To 4oitlri. .iroOlflie lOJb&
;: 880 TO 2.08 ...... III I And LatentorM NrvwTIKH. ,I I i Speaks well for our little city, eh tor the !Ntnt H.......DepartmentTalUkn e<-. Klorldn. No.1 1 Sliced BACON Ib63c ORANGES,

what? .. ,
.Nov. IB ONLY \ vein"her' :a. IK4M
I i CnnXrvrtlnn- federal Aid P........... '" lh
SLIPSGift Western Terror I Kealeri hl<1.. will be recelvetl at U. 288's /
I Hear that young Tommy Smith thin office front Qualified I ContrncI Fresh Pork Ham Ib.
Tex O'Brien. Bu/iy Henry 1: has very definite ideas as to whatI I t"rs until)) 10:30: A. M. IK. H T,) on 61c ORANGES,8lb.1Fancy
I the. lard' "ay of November, 194, forth
,, Also Short .t N>UHWed. I brand of baked beans he eats ronntructlon nf the folluwinK
''Tf they're one of the 87 varieties hv
I Thurn., Nov. 11. IH h'a' daddy (Pickles Smith veils I' Federal. .lid veruiMlarr. Prolert. :'Su.. 1 1In
S-M.I: ) Jnb No. 2H01-20I. State ItoadI
1I 'Is'l DOUBLI'l: FKATUKK he likes 'em Otherwise hedoesn't I No. in, llrailford. County between BACON Ib.--35c LETTUCE 60'sJZjorj:
I Hampton and Mint Itoad Sf>. IOU
as was
ANGELS' ALLEYLeo case at a \Vi>rk ronnlHta of the ronntructlonof )
I recent birthday party where a *" M B a.T. pavement IS' wide;

; I i Gorcoy .t Bowery Boyt, baked beans and hot dogs were small three concrete drainage box ntrurturen culvert: and brldve.Incidental ; Fresh Fla. Dressed & Drawn Regular White

! ANDSPYUNiBLACK served He made sure of the Item.. The net total length '
, ,
brand before In 4 2 Indulging Am tFS1LYE3RS
l lb.
the .. .
i take a shapely turn with MaItD POINTS .. : told that little Spanky McLendon quired.amount. of4$6,000.OOwbIl. b 1'' *. .65c

; I IV..te 'HobIo .. ''Conrad Vfl.UFrl. I age 6t whose daddy, .Paul, Is Fur .aoh. .proposal a certified
our lovely ftlipn. We've style for check In th* amount Mated Fancy

: 1 every taate oery figure. Sat. No,'. 19-20 fingerprint Farm always man checks at the his State the mad Slat payable Itoad to Department the (' m'"nOY".i: with "freSh "Mtillet.lb 23ej lb. 1

I 11. always Stop In in noon the and circle pick of the Christ-gift &te4ezcoha'aw.po.sr DOl'BLK FEATt'KK' pistols with guards at the main toy $the necennnry attached Htate'n tnuxt Pouni.ntarytampe accompanyeach Fresh; Pole Beans.

i CROSSED TRAILSWith gate when going In to see hU bid All certified check iihall
I man favorite! MN he certified within *O day of th.ditt. _
II pop Act very grownup for receiving bids (fahler' of
3.93 TO 7.93 FOR SALC AT Johnny Mack Brown while unbucklin' his two-gun check will not b. accepted Th PLENTY OF S PLENTYi
\ AND check f>f the two>> lowent bidder
, J and leaving It on the will be deposited

House Of Horrors guard's desk Th. minimum WAIT paid to all PARKING=" F.RKING
THESmart .
' 1 labor employed on th. contract
Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH Bill Gomluln, Robt. hall be f 1 00. S0.7S and 1060 p.r
Lowery And tnmJjchf: the night for hour respectively. for ekllled. Intermediate
Shoppe ALto Chap. 8 "Jr. O-Men" and unpkllled labor. SPACE sP.\ct
$ Homecoming! So long All work to b. don 'In accordance
& Cartoon
"Cat Troubles"
See you at the game and dance with the Plan, Specification, and
Special Provlilon of the stat Road 300-302 E. CALL I
-=-- --__ "_ -.:: -=- .,. Department. Hpeclal attention I I.called I. ST. STARKE, FLA.
I Provlilon' whkh
-Carolyn to Special I


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Mrs. J\ A. McIntyre and three Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ken idence. and addreH* laot known Cltv nf !Htarke on the 2let day ofiSeptember. i for th. month of October, I94H, only. I Cltv Council. .
old 'I H ..-leiy, Htreel CharleHton South A. F>., 1041.CAUL Said l additional' five per rent (11% > {lATTKKT I CARL JOHNS. City Clerk. I
year Oran have nlthVltt will be to know
1 happy Carolina: JOHNS" Cltv flerk. to he earmarked, net unlde and ap- 'I TO THE! HONonAHLB. MAVOH it
nfsof LOCAL NEWS ] returned to their home In Wildwood that they are now making their r ni Are "hereby renulrod tnappear The above nnd foregoing Ordinance proprlatvd fur the exrlunlve u oftiikinic the City of Htarke: I hereby certify I
on I December 13. 1948 In the ...IIov.nan.1 received and :: and forevolnir'nrrtlnxnce
after wax by nm up* i-nre of pnrt of the i that the : I
home in Witt
Jacksonville. Mrs. a"h
few I
- spending a days (Vurt and canne, wherein proved bv me on thlx I the Slut dnyof the NIIId hulldlnit. ;Now, Iher"fnrelHfo f duly adopted nupanxed
with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thorn is the former Ovadn Gassett and plaintiff. Hovkii. tllvorrn Ktarifnrilv "September, A. D, 1141.HAKOI.n I : IT OHDAINRD; by the City Council hi %t or I
....Telegraph. Khali ptibllHh thin C, WAUL. Mayor of the that Section of starlt >n, .il day otSeptember.
ton. Friends Nr>. :3 of Ofdlminre liny,
of last of the formerly made her home in No. IOI-A be thel
(outfit! president spent weelconj with his parents ('r.I'r: In next four weekly InmieH.Vltnexn City of "Hiarke. il 11-19 name 'IH A P. 19. I
hereby .
will be to know Ohio \ hand and official I, amended to rend an I ("City Clerk.
of this clr- ; Mr. and Mrs. Hollls V glad Ornn is Youngstown. ; niy 1 followa* | CAItr* JOHNS.

.. notation its regular meetII I Knight.PtvfmlnonUv: i very much improved after' her Mrs. Olin White. Sr returned ... til'"'r HI 10.Ntarke Ill44., Florida, thla NovMiil. In l-lrmll' (.......1. Hlufcth ..lu.llrlxtIrrulf. Section 3. There In hereby levied The above. received anU finvitoinir and Ordlnonre -

t, last Friday' Pi-rfi-i-t. rifa lnj serious Illness and hospltalizn- to her home Saturday after visitIng II W 'lC'I.\I. 8i.M. A. J. TllomanAx va hy me on thlx.by the me 21 day ap.*.fj.
,' tlon in I'lerk! nf .nald I'oiiti. .. electricity inetenil A. D, l 4Mtoi.n .
I'or'n"t.t TinII Leesburfj.MKVH enlle llnrnnril, Mnlnllrf. \ .l hn iiieniber.
designed her lnutlp
rules o : lt\ Mtl\ I'M I'roxhv, P I'. II. llnrnnril. Uefemlniit. IMIOIK I'.' Ban C'!. WALL, Mayor of eh"Cliy
p''", suite and to ellminAere !! : : rAJLI. st'ITST Al.VARRZ. .- and Mrs C.V Savage in J"hn.1 1I."I. 'a'"u.' Um| St. AllgilHIlll" 'I'IIH .."r "IK Of ." .(11"11' TIM, >,pelrolotim telephone lint nervloe.or oinnnfai'tilreil andwater of Starke. 2t II .11
,,",",?>. discussed Mr. and Mrs. C. Q. Derlso and I Jacksonville'!. While there she visited .Atlv.. Flollllll fur Plf.\ IIISIt H9UK : John II. iminnrd, rexldence unknown nerlve I ) mwtered or bottled; ) )
n I II S. E Sparks attended the District i I within the corporate. limit* of the OIIIIIN fVCM > 0. 113. *
Pat of
daughter. her > -
Valdosta. .
nl w
approval. On granddaughter I I' .
mi '1'1':''''''. It Ix hercb>' ordered. thut :you CT\| In the ,amount of ten per eent Ollltl t CK I'O. MKI: HC
were weekend of. Welfare Board meeting In Nov. 0 Vincent's the Illhi: ( 1",1 of cur ..4'B "... Illi -*
Richard Thede guests; Mr. and Friday in St. ": IT OIU>.\IMCI> IIV TIIK ; are required 'lo apt'wir on each payment received 10'\1 :3 f.Utl'\
Mr* Mrs. R. A. Colson. St. Petersburg Monday and Tues Hospital. "IT.l.S'.II.' C K TIIK .I-ITY UKMTXItKK 1 d.iv of I tin'emitter A I' IAIR. before* bv; the :eller for Much 'utility H' rylce ,I tMK>,IIIKI> I.K.VKM; TMW T 'KFOII .
I{' 'J KV ''If Jacksonville day. THAT OHfHNANfK: M>. I I th> above entitled Court to th. Kill! or commodity, whkh I tn* Hhall I TIIK I

of Mrs. F. Mrs. E. J. Dahmer has been "Don't Forget to Remember"I 111 _.X. UK .ANI TIIK S\MK. ISHKIIKI'V of Complaint for divorce filed aKalnxt -, be paid hv the "purchnner to theneller ""!' \'MKI0V I 'U'.l WITK-
aaguests : Rev. and Mrs. Patrick Arnold Christmas at AMKM I>K1> TO IIK.VP A"Jo'I'I.I.OWI4 you In the above xtvledI for the line of the city at th" t\ In CITY OF KI.KCTNiriTV.IWMTFHKH .
called to Cadillac Mich becauseof your Shopping I ItoI..1 I, runn... nnd the tlrtnlford, Cotintv Teleirrxph flme of pavlnar the chnra-e therefor I OH WO1--!* Ct *
\ l A. Miller and the illness of her mother Mrs. of Beresford. missionaries of the Farm Home A Auto !Supply. Inn 3:. There ID heri-by levied'H '' Ix ht' "r"hv deHlgnnled IIM thonewxpaper : but not len* often than monthly .| M..tTI.... II 'I.... '.1"I'..'.ft.'I. ..***"*..*
which Order lmll I n. "' KCTt'HRn).
Mrs In thlx nn *
West Indies t'ltv each nnd.vi I | The Ordinance '
Eva Allen. Mission spoke at a Mrs. Carrie Ingram had as her tax bv Ihti upon Hhnll take effect'on
Lnt weekend In be ptihllMhed nnce a week for fourt'unxeciitlve TFIKPIIO M "F.M\ H'W AVI> W '-
the in ,iv |nirchii. of rleptrlcHVi m- October I. A. I> I 1'4 and "hull ..
Mr. and meeting Hampton Thursday guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Imttlfd nattirnl, llmiefU'il week*. i expire on October 31 1.1: ":'I'F.H FoD .t
Miller'snd Mrs. E. ( A p.
Mrs. J. Dowlmg, titoil or K" I 1H4H. fioT'ri't'lJM 'ini4o FO'H
:, iting evening and also were the guests Lewis of Jacksonville and Mrs petroleum; ; gH.. or, mnniifac-I I II 'f WITNESS; : inv hand and the Soul! All Orel Inn lice* and part of Onl., pno, .. .THH..!......
Sr. had their *
Mrs. C. S. LalrJ.Honimingway as guests a few I tur.'di. ivlephiine ..er\lc*. ami vnjler of thlx Court nt "Htarke, Bradford. Innncex In :r.,11'0 01" "I f"
\\I ] of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott. Grady Baxter of Baldwin. Mrs. conflict herewith are '1'111'1'\1'" F.1F.'tIPn" : -
days last week Mr. and Mrs.J. Mi-rvli-e imelernd or b..tt"\ > Coiintv. Florida, thin tho IIlh d"yl h..-..."\ repealed.rno > 1f'.1. 'K. n ( .
is in .. ', .. I...": {"III''U {"" H"" "
; Mrs. Artford Brown of Gainesville In ram moved Saturday from within ,,'.' corporate limit of thCll of November \ I> HMH. '
L I. Odfjen of Pompano Beach. \ In the nmrtiint of five '...r..nt OFFICIAL HK\L: A. .1. Thomn* ed nnd ndopted by the City ,,1'OWKHI OF TIIK DlflRrTOR 0'"
"U' week visiting Mr and Mrs. J. B. Miller of Is spending this week witn 302 E. South Street to 212 Thompson. iri' ) i
\1t. lohn Moyer. New London, N. C visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith and iiiniiiii-dltv.Heller, for. auch\\'hloIII"utility Bhnll.HervU-e>.. Countv My Haven I Florida."Ci,'oxhv. n. C, '|I r>f Sepetmher A on. n thlo., |II nm.the 21 "1"1| TOl A\l> I>HOVII>I"' 1FOH r"1'111 .....Y

j of the U. of F. and Mra. J. A Miller\ last week family. I'IJlrtlh Lnw son's Reaiitv Shop paid l.v Ihe ""'.''tinner to the Hellerfoi \\'. II. Cone, :Solicitor, for Plaintiff I. A CANOW, i-hnlrinnn of the 1IIK \ IOI. 'TION OF IT1
,, Knight I I. IN proud to announce the Installiltion llu- .if the flly I lit Ihe tlni"if ll-ia 4t 13-3 | .
Harry appe speit seVernl' I -
--- -- I:':\'I'"I':: ,: iharne therefor Inn -- '- -. -
In of the amazing! new 1 .' days a Jacksonville hospital l. MM often I him monthly.Thi Onle I I
M. | .I..r !Vperlnl Mauler'*
| tbl* week undergoing observation. permanentae: min-hl-ie, mndohy I. ..iillniini-i1 "hull Hike. A' ff"1'i.n l>.,' Not lie Ix h.-lrliv, trltvn Hint unili"< |I "IV/tfn I Star I A Job, f Finish It!"
Kranch ofINSURANCE tinft\ Any of November. uml l hy virtue of Hint certain flnlll'd..r.
try the. Eugene Co. Operate on I'M""*. I' .... made ami eutct, i.it 'ov i nHonolable <
I Pfc Frank Ros"er. .Tr loft Sunday low heat principal uml gltes VII oidlnnnrc" ltu.1' herewith>"irlM1.1 0..1.,rof .. A / '\llkl"... ..".. of the.tildtfcri JOE MARTINEZ
beautiful. sort curls.Mr I Unimex, l" n.nfllit of Ihe Clri'lltt'' Court of 'th | for Chanute Field Rantoul h.'Iov "'I'.nt"I! .. ,
i KlKhlli: .ludlcliil' Circuit f Flnrlilii'
'.>"...1 n'ltl ",Inl.I..I hy Ih. ('It v In and foi. Urmirord, Cnunti. '. inChancerv I ELECTRICAL
111. after spending( a I lenve here and Mrs. R B. Norton I ho 01V of 1 Still, ,'I'" 'In CONTRACTOR
""11' nn 'the .tin! dav of Xovembei -
with his! father. Frank Rosser. aAb..en recentl.sltors of Mr. i 1."I..r m-sHlim. on Ihlx. thi<. JlHt ilnvr ,., A l I' 1'Mi. In Uml i ",'I..ln

B. F Sanborn Superintendent Norton's cousins, Mrs. D \\'. ,I. -<.\;'i..;-,.,\,h'v.OVuViAm.;,; ,I,!' .'." ,.f te forecloxiirinlt Cot >or"ll..n.. whereinxii a. coi..pornl. "I IonU ,*kI.lmlxev -. HACK AGAIN TO SKRVK YOU

of Parks of Tampa a weekend Moore of Stark, Mrs. J. J. Bran- I''' \ t'"ulll'lI..' plaintiff, and P II Finn. el HI.
I.\ C. \WALL AGENCY guest of N. D. Wainwrlght. Jr nen and Mrs. T. F. Brown of .\T'rl.toI'r.: .\ltl. ..IOIINS*. I'ltv": I'l.'lU 1: are. defendant'.*, tin* titiilerNlgnerlIIH
T" '1'1"" ': 11o."It.\IU.;; S\Xll\ !! l "
? :Special Mil "'" Ioy xalil d i rlllinolnteil < > "No; Job Too Small Or Too !
Mr. and Mrs. Billy R. Parker Hampton and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan : ..r toI"'k.. : \\lll "ill lo Hie

PLEASE PHONE 146 of Oceansldc Calif stopped here of Theressa i sH-VnVnU', I 'I''''' ..'Iow.dnlv, MVySjlll I bidder for I'll.h at' the, ft..out .hIKh"1 KKIHJIl.tVK: KESI1IKNCK:
\\11. ,
the ("rmlfiiril Cniinlv Court !
i for several hours last Friday so Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch visited .......'if bV "," 'IIY ,'." .-1- uf In Stiirke" Florldn. dining' 401 \VATKK ST. HTAKKK. FLA.
_. Constant Service Over 50 Years that Billy could renew olj Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Futch 'IIl' ".'n\\.'" -"Ih.'4'1.1:1 .. hourx of mi. le on Mondjiv l>ecemher6th. ,
'I ,Seplember. A I'jhe A. D. tn-48. the followtnK deHcrllied -
friendships. They had been to and family In Tallahassee the' .\ : .10110.;.;."' I'lty !.t'I'k.,..lull'1., pr:"t nrtv:, Hlttfite, nnd liHngi, --

Bronson to vMt Billy's mother latter part of last week.'Don't Rh..v.,, r..lv..1..n.r by m. nil.' l "I'.re".1 In Itrnilford, ('''UI1IV. .Florliln.. to-wlt : i .:.--.-.-------,---------,---....

I Mrs. T D. Rirkenbaker. Billy Forget to Kwiwniber"On name. wn.by m" on ihl". Ih.. Jl IMI nay7rv.rrxA One Lot .being One HiilKlted.. llnO:1
\ lltinitred
bv thirty
feet One xeven
55iiEO I left Starke 15 years agr> to Join jour C'liristmns Shopping atFlirm \\.t.,) ,':!:. ; : \ \I{ L. vyor 1 ) IIf ,.vs 1117) feet In the HonthuoHt Corner
L of Lot Illock Seventeen (17) Hunt
the and is 21 or
Navy still in the serv Home & Auto Simplv.Mr. cituf sunk". ._ r.f Hall'nnol.'WII\ of Lnwtev. Mrnd-" I

---- -- _.- ice. At the present time he is I and Mrs. A. C Man'u.s.. ., ford Coiiniv. Florida helnir In HMCllon -
chief dental 0""" .' '('I'j ='... ,1.:, Twenty-three t ((21) Tuwnvhlp'five '
technician at the Na- .
and daughter. Mary Ann of Fer- .... '1"1'10
//IV Np 1 Franklin INSL'KANrfc: write all I linen- I ......, .: lei: If' -. od heater. tDK file, automobile., liability and val Hospital In Oceonsitle.MKVS I inndlnn" were S'tndav guests'ofMr ; 'It.j "..: 0'" I''''''''':'' "I,, .- < rOnxt: In Fuel, l.liwlev.' Floflflil, i
circuhitlnfrirooit life See: me for your tiiBuranc* : : FALL st'ITST Al.VAKRZ. .- nnd Mrs. P. H. Mannssn. ., ''; .., '1".11: "'1',".a II'. ..". ":"1 "Said miU' to be mnile iMirMiinnt toHald
condition.Tclegruph. need*. N D. Walnwrlght Jr. 129 xl."11:11: ,in,:'" 1111"11: 1".1. rinnl ill i ,ree ..f forei'loxure' amito
t( ,V. Cal' !-OI. Phone IH4 tfMATTRESSES Mrs. L. M Mtiynnrd of Alarhua ,...." ." ..1.1..''....'':.. ,," .' "II natlxfy the famiThlH .
M-Sgt James H. Moser left ,.u' .u.U 'II' ,.. ",,11.111" ; Ihu !III th of November,
visited her daughter Mrs .... ,,, day
..,: '::111
9 : .
I, d'n apartment last week with Mrs. Moser and W. II Alexander a few days this .I"I.: .,. ....' ,,',' \ ," '': '1""". A. \J. I94S.A. I
\) -niched.. KloctrloVvnn. OP A LI, KINDSRENOVATED ",, ..,.' .1. Thotimx' .Ii, Ax Speclul. :MIIMler |
\ Kunt ofi I their children, Robert and Patrlcia ''I.'U 'II..j 0' .. I"'lfl'1111' .,... ,.: In Chiiuieiy. '
dtit road atih.n week.Mr. :" ';" '"''::11':'''. Hill. V :Miilm-M. lak. lluller Klur-
.fi ";
III.II'' drive 1 ml for Dayton Ohio .where and Mrs. M. L. Lawson I.....,. ....' ..If'1I I" ,.. I.I" !"" Ida Sollclliir! for. Pliilntirf

tlI he Just re-enlisted as an instructor nnd family were visiting, relatives '1 .. ",:\1.1"'. I"'M h..nrll..1 11-12 3t 11-24 I

I I In ORC Headquarters. Mrs. ind friends In Auburndiilo Sun- WIII'II'\H.wllh: : th" ""I'1..III.n' ...."' '''11 ..f Ib.. I Ii
TIMBER Moser is the former MUs CulHc\ I..rhh.. '....IU ..' I.... OIlUI'Ii.00.. III-V I II
YOUR I da,'. '1\,, nf I"utrk. i
L .
.. .. "
,, BlMiltln. "" M .l- v on % tH' n >II-M> .a'
NOW Strickland of Klngsley Lake and Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kldd Jr '''I hl the .ouMty,.belim ttlBo toIlnl" lloa.l '10' :..I 0'" '"1111' I ,.: '0. 111I- I

Lt Cash Prices Paid .. Starke. Their addresi is ORC and children Robert Marcia and ''s"IHOII mo Sm-et from, I he old V* ,'MI .11..v.Unit ., AH A >II.<:.M>I-II: ,|,|.;\.'" IMJ 'nil!,
to lh. l.ro.M. TFOII 'I IIH I Ml! 0. 'Illl (TI'K
Hdqrs, 4th Floor Garfield Bldg., Richard and Mr. and Mrs. Val- of' 'mi I.lit Illllt I'lly of .MIlUI ,,I'V.' lrei.rUle.l >J > 'H'l'lUKK.) N IM IK'II 1H \* I I'll. [

LL BUY TN BULK- Ft'RNITCKEREfPHOLSTERKD -1th & Jefferson Sts, Dayton 2, arle B. Kidd: spent Sunday at \ to. reHl.lentiil ,pin'\PiHea.a"wllERRAS IM,MHTnuiOH M ll>: < ll't OF iiorri.KU-l-ll.I'M'THIt! II,\...1'|

[ OR IN UNIT Ohio.Mrs. Coronada Beach visiting Mrs. The/ City C'ounrll of 4 IS ATI II Iji"r: K.KIKH t'KTIKH.KIM -)
AND KEFINISIIED Viola Strickland of Miami. R G. Kldd Sr. 111. ity ..I illllKe, lm. ttlven due t\t > l F*("l I IIFI) >;, Hundred* of toys-for
..., .1I. .: ... : .'\oU '
nald Itl"n Iimloinion 1'.a..a.IIO' .aIf'I' -,
WIN "wT PECK Drop Us A Card a former resident of Starke was Don't forget to nee. those num|>- ,,,,n..ItI..I'IIII..n. to thin .i-al.l ,.... TKII XHHV 11'!,:.- I "":' '.:II"U OHIIO'l'TLKIMt very ae. Flrwir

fa O. Box 463 HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bert' le.4 of beautiful portrait Christ. I.. .lit..... .IU. .. .....,. SOW TIII'ln'OIt. ".:'.1.:1\" OK HI fll I'TII.ITV KH.I4KI .
Box 230 Palatka Fla. Ellington last week. Mrs. Strick- mas. Cards at The Hoover Bros.Studio. 111. '
Gainesville, Fla. OItI1.\lSI':11: IIV "1'11"": {'ITV \ : 'MtKIMi CKHI'1. ; %. ..\.- Sturdy RId r Toy
I land was here for the funeral 01,' 'rlll': t'I"Y OF .:'tIP'I'IO""a. I'IIK .. HIHIMJ ('.:n.
('Ol'Sl'lI. Wh.el & Pull
FOR SALK: one IS Ml"*. :i-phaHe (III! services of her daughter Mrs Mrs. L. A. Davis attended the 14"\ n I"':. IIIIADI'-OUD 1 CDL'NTY.\ 'I'lPOWKIIM: OF Till'! IHHI04-IOM' Toy
postcard and 0'" 10":111'.1: IM HI-i.: 'TIrilKIIF.TOl \
me a II I motor with .aecumpanylnw" ,H" \'* Frank Stern. '''' : -- Mechanical Toy
'I General Convention of the U. D. 'hKCTlViV from nnd after '\oU I>HOIUIM1I'tON .'
Till belt pulley 30" flywheel I. Hwltili 1 Thll'
come see you. .1 l iii-e. box. Al I..o five !1'0"<> Vheltn. !\IIr.S'S.I.L Sl'ITS AT ALVAREZ. C in Savannah Ga. this week. ,piiNHHKe of Ihln ordlnnni-w It Hhnllbe : I.T* FOII TIIK: \ '01.1011 > Muilcal ft_ Crib Toy*
:Make u... an offer. StaikeCocaCola : unlawful. to UHH. anv of the "pronerlv OF ITS TF.IIMH.VIIiitKAri. | "Wind-Up" Train
.\ Hill 'k ItoailmaBter, Kordorinili'l Bottling C'o. I lip Mr. and Mrs. Earl Strong of hereinafter named anil dexrilbpil \ | It ha.. been called tn i
rfKlilnr l>rlce. Phone Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johns of Sarasota were weekend guests for anv i>nrpom> oilier than the attention of the city Council iif Electric Train
..lai.kminvlll'.. Kla lip Jo'OH HAI.I : 1":15: V.M .. J"IJ.n.w Jacksonville rexlil 'iilliil I ruiipoHea. and l no buildin the Cllv of Stnrkn Bradford Conn
IMIM'IHK'' T'on % fJIIK.S IIr"M. Un. A IHO Far SALlilufKe : were weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis. .. pel,'mil Hhnll .IIH iHHiied. I to anvpiTHon ty Florida, Ihat n Civic'" Project I" LAY-A-WAY Beautiful Doll
; ','lOMOIIHOW folilliifr bahv inrrliiKe, of their uncle and aunt Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Mlxon spent firm or. rorpornllon to erect now In pronrcxH on property ownedby Doll Furniture
Ihat pemonIttalr wood 13. Wllnon.MS therron the eonatruetlon > xald 1 Cltv. Snld Projei belnir", the'
Ili' il.'Kii'iof ambition anil N. fhviry, St, Staike.: lipFISH" Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. i-oMt of whit h l 1M not II-HH' than election nf hulldliiK. on the City Housekeeping Toy
get nhenci In life. A young 1 Vincent Ferrara of Miami Mixon In Gainesville. \.uun< nn nnlil property liehiir more property. fin,* tint line and' benefit .
'IK mplovment wouliliililpi BAIT, LIVK MIN.VOWS for formerly associated with his son. Jp..,..Ifl.'iillv. ileni-rlbeil na fallows'Thut : of Ihe Starke' Hoy Scout Troop" NoTO Holster Set* & Gun
Mrs. Clara
working nt anyh..r. '."le bHkir'K, 1 nil. no Keyntone Peek of Newton, Ga., property" abuUInK. on :>fadll I and PLAN Action Game
i hiM chanofH for ailkit I on lloud 100. Jtp 11-2U Frank in the restaurant business formerly of Starke spent! a few l_on Street. I1IMo' belnir StaleHoiid WIIKIIK. .: VS" It In an accepted furl
,l were poor. That'H why here was in Starke Monday have last week No. inn. Ivlnx and .belmrbeltveen that Ihe l It..y Hcnnt Prowram' Ix for Educational Toy
tl, n >n .ambitious young 'lJl r.'IOIS-hom"-"o"k; ,1 iiiciiln. and : days ;.with her son Julian I hi- old WeM. Cltv 1,1m- the bent. Interext of our. youth pro1nuitlntr.
taking iiilvantage of the comfortable roomi* nt Colonial. Inn.AlHo ing been summoned as a witness In Atlanta. It of the ri'v of Stnike andthe I foxtcilnic' and eocnniiitlnitlthe Com .in Now While
,illf. .iffeuil by .the new turnliilieil anil :iinfurnlnhedapartment In a court case Invplylng!: property Mrs. Irene Johns of prem-nt. Went City l.lmlt of. tralnlnic of our. youth to II..on'.I'h".r Selection Are Bettlv
11,I \\i\ Kurre. Thene-are good Dellichtful. locationf Mncclennyand the Cltv of "StarkeMTJr"TIoN cltlxetix, and I IWIIKItKAH
pri'HtlnK.' exclttntc work close In. 'in 1"d'ltnOt' Stinketf here. The Ferrara's are now In Mrs. C. D. Williams of Tampa Z. All orrtlnnneeH. ...e : MH 1.1 hulldlnK now,
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.!! ; .
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ordnuni'i*. Mlgnal. medlrnl the restaurant business in Miami. were guests last week of their TiRi'tn of ordlniim'eM. In I'onfllrtherewith under I'onxtruction will cuxt approxImntelv '\v \ A' *AJJJjJ .w" .v "I1'ty".y.; >\'H..y. ;;.\, ..: %..... it
-. railln. radar photography. WANTED TO PUV: Hood. tiHetl j are herebv. repealedHKCTKlN 1. 'f1.200.0i and.WIIKUKAM. > :
; I *
L TheHu are junta. few of the. fW.bed and carrliiKf." Call nt Phone 181 for an appointmentat brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and 1. Thin tlrdlnnnce vhallbe It Ix the ponaldereelnplnlun : Jr w A A *.??**?%? ?.T T/yr r>?''i! sy.Ty. !!@!
|l.. for qualified m..n.1 f 8111 MadlHon. l tpPOH Sarah LawMin'a. You will be Mrs. L. D. Green. On publlHhed nnre a week for twoiirrenMlve of the city Council of thCltv ..
>'npli>ym"nt for OLH long ... with Saturday week. In the Ilrndford'oiintv of Htarke that the C'ltv KhoulJ I Home Owned and Operated by
lit t It nml KOOII pay In only SALB: MOOKL: T, excellent ]I I'I / our wonderful now Mrs. Green and Mrs. Williams TeleirrnnhT make xome contilbutlon to thlx. Pro
Jininit. Kuoil, rlothlng '' condition overhauliil, new paint Radar permanentate machine, attended the WSCS Guild In Lake ,. A. CANOVA, I'realdent. City Poun- ject and In order to make Bald con-1 '1
".1 VOla nothing." ., nnd upholntery. C. W. HI'hle.lurn nwvV illATTK trlbtitlon It IM the opinion of the
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Ir 20 yon I'M. at no "hO..I' 1 ml. eant, Jax ruud ut Joe Noegrel hy Eugene City. "T' f \lir .tOHN'O Cltv Clerk.TOTHM Cltv Couni'll nf Ihe Cltv of Stnrk| J. F. JAUDON
II lixlny anil Ret the .. trocery. ____ lip Charlie Parker spent the weekend Our new Radar |>ermnnont : IIMN'nmni.H MAYOIl of I hn tAn ndrlltlonal I five per rent
|,r S Armv and V. ft. Air with his mother Mrs. kettle the Cltv of Htarke-: hereby rertIfv (5% "utllltv tax In addition to Iheprexent
,""rultlnn Station. Post OfI FISH:, WORMS: We buy and Hell wave. mac'hln.11I give you thesoftest that the above and forenolnprordlnnnce five percent ((5% > utility 115 W. CALL ST. STARKE FLA.
l.llnir.. Stnrke' Fla., eachi Nlck'v HarKaln. ""uM". It Parker and also attended the most ht'C'omlnlt'R'P you was dtilv adopted 1 andpiiHKfil tax xhould I>M 'levied on the uxerwof .
I frnm. !> a. ni. until 12 noon, I I I"ffl ROOF-nEP\ln'"PAINTISG: weKuarHiiiee Ga.-Fla. and Landon-Mlami\ football eier had. Phone! 181 for appointment. by the City Council of the utmtlex of the City of .Smrke. ..-.--- -.- -- _._ --- -,- -

lIu 11111 n". nalnonvllle, to Hlup leuKH with games In Jacksonville. .............. ...............,... .... ,., ---
iilnj through Saturday, in"H. .ni uuiiN rium iiniiuiuumiiiiiiiliiiinumiiiiu
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiimiuuiiiii iniiiiiiiiiiiuiimuuiiiiniiiuuilluniiiiuiiiwiiiUHiiiiimiiii iiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiwii;
modern Tltin, Hed llay. The Reliable.
|I.K: i I T 11 1 202 ;N. Cherry St., StarkeFOR I -Do your Christina* Shopping/ at :Mrs. Don Canoro and Mrs. Ef- "
ga Metal
I ii'tinn,: : lntI.O nomlIt. III' Farm Home. & Auto Supply. fie Cordray of Jacksonville were "Mr. & Mrs.
I,.., ,il I. I c T Mi-Ornry ntIt _. I Attending the District Meeting
fane m-fd. 4 klml Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr
'' iiHt on old Bland.III J."uIHlllnlNo.2., some ribbon of the Florida Federation of Woman's W. B. !Mundv. U PI CHEST
lip .....niin. I -.-n .. lltue P. o. J. ..eMorgan Clubs in Ferrmndina Tuesday WAKE of DRAWERS
Itox13B Mr. and Mrs L. W. Koch
.' K ''Mniitnr l .frp Kr1*** : I.1*' at i me I. Arc !
II ;N Van Vl..et. mm'I It" ___ 2tp ll-l were Mrs. R. A. Green district spending the remainder of this .
< 1111| director. Mrs. F F. Stump They Are Nice
TTl'NTlX'i;; < "ATS >V I'AI'H, ttuntHfftt week in Arcadia visiting Mr. and Orijfinally,
*% ,Mice clrru..llnlll'l. .mil( gun ucc-eMKorl. ...H. IIUR, Mr*. C. A. Knight Mrs. Jun'u' Mrs.. W. S Koch and Mr. and I For Only 29.50 ;
with' nil"'"> anil nrtilr COMPLETELY REFRESHED Priced 38.71
I'ollnm your
fill it';.\ .million.Luppe I 31':1:;: :: I ".H .n pl.ite, 70iat HAIlllltllOf4 '\ Smith. Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Mrs. Mrs. Paul Hudglns.!

.. It Jlll1.1K 1C. H Adams, !\frlVlIIa.cI Puss. Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Lnn- Think
Mrs J. R. VVairmilRht, Mrs. D drum and t'NMUUILU: : lOlt (CMIOKT AM> IT.K.K: : DMA; 139.:>01 ; of the Savings!
cultage apmtment Idell Mnrtht
111." ,' H IlKNT 2-room r
arrlapre, oc"nl. "n i'h. J private luith. L Thomas and Mrs. Glen Wood.Mrs. Farnon lO-Yrar
rn-n Gutiranlve
'IIIIt. n t t'nnovn. .MKexsler. .. and Frances and Vivian and I _._ _
Mat,'y lip ".... HtTx *. hi-nlir' elf.-trlc r -. C. C Hoppe and son, Jimmy Marian McRae ... ;; .,, .Mi, .. .. .
frlB. ..rnt..r. all utllltleit furnlHhiJitMr visited Mr. and r.: "". ..."."..""..."""..."".... "..
1'1 I' '!>I"'TI4-nee:-MrM. : J L Slinliu.nM, 114 .. of Tampa were weekenrlguests Mrs.! J. A. La mini m Thursdiy

|'h, rv j<1. or Alr... .nn St. .. 11!I' of Mr. and Mrs. O. I.. night of last week 1n :

P"h "'.,Y'lv"Kl'). ;N.line Water nf .Nmuf" St. ;:,;i "su.n; \ on* :\l-r'1. nmple hedronm Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid following the BHS Vs.Bronkavllle St. Leo, ; Beautiful TABLE LAMPS :

'PU buy UpL'I flnl..h Mil''lvlnll'It.. one rn""2-pf' ....It..muhnKanv. .." I R. A. Toney of Macclcnny !I. foo'ball game. I

'; in;*" -' iil] 1'.1'..I.. WeillxolI I M..n ", It II .\h'arpx H' "- HI"r-77ftOP relieving C. D. Brown as serviceman \ Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Starnea of I 1 Assorted! \\
'I 1.. > "ilhR. ,lnrt replacementI awe & Wllr..hnUM... Write Box In the Blanding District of Wilmington N. A Keal
.1 I OMUIY 91":; were weekend J 3 95
LMIOS. 2t 11.1' phon' Colors
the Florida Power and
i i Light Co. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. I' )Lu ain 1J 1\\

-_._--_-, -_ -..--------- ., this week.Remember. Doyle."Don't. "
U j
your friends can I ; t ''' ',, '' '''' '..,... .. ,. .
to ,,, ,
Forget Renneinber"Do POSTURE PILLOW '!!!! !!!!!!! !1'' "" 'p., ".","""..
I l.iiy anything/ you ran It".c them
-Do Christmas Shopping' / lit
\rept >OUT picture.\ See The ,.Farm Home I' I
& Auto Supply.Mrs. TUFTLESS Beautiful I
I II n\er IIrow. Studio. \ T. N. Kendrlck spent i. INNIRSPRINOMATCHIMO Mahogany, Fininh!

I Alan Long of Chicago ,Is visiting few days the latter part of last i

for a his few mother dnvs.Mr. ,. Mrs. Felix Long I daughter week visiting Mr. her and son-in-law Mrs. Tolbert and Cocktail Tables only 12.95 I Ift

I and Mrs. H. O. Davis Jr. I Black and son, Jimmy in Lake ( lass Top N'lce
of Gainesville were weekend land. Enough For Any

I guests of Mrs. Dnvls parents Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Alvarez Living Room

I Mr. pnd Mrs. R. J. Davis.

If you purchase $1 worth or more of I The friends of Mr. and MrlC.I .weekend and son. Billy guests of of Wllllston Mrs. Ruby were '-- -,.",""""",",,,",,",,",.""",,.''i""i, ,..,i'ii"'i', ,,,'',.,.'.m ninwuiiiiiiniliililB'iiiiiiHiiiiiiiim" ''''. ', ", ,,,' TOnmiiiimni-nmii' ''''':nmn.ui' innmuminiii

I Lester Kite regret to learn that Johns.

CHRISTMAS CARDS during the they were called to Alabama because :Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Bennett and

of the serious Illness of Mr son. Kern of Jacksonville were i. Heavy \Weight Linoleum Rugs
I Kite's sister.
month of November, we will ENGRAVE Sunday afternoon guests' of Mr
"Ilon't to Reuwmber"i .
Forget and Mrs. Junlus Smith and family.
i -Ii> your Chrifitmaa. Shopping at
YOUR NAME ; Only 13.95 T
Farm, Home & Auto Supply..__ Mrs. L. D. Green will spend enns
Miss Lucille Alvarez la visiting .

this weekend In
every card FREE of charge In Miami this week and will guest of her brother Mayo and as sister-the "I We Have A Laree Selection Of

return to her studies at the beau- in-law Mr. and Mrs. L. B Dees.Don't } ; First Quality Rugs

tic Ian school In Jacksonville this f "
put It off until It's ton !!!!!""'''''''.'''IH'.lIIo'' '.'.' ''.'''''.'''._'''''''.'''''' '' ..... ., .
'' ''' .
weekend. lat to have'! those Christmas. i ''' '''''''"'''''''' '...",.,." "...,.....""""'"...,,

|The above offer also applies on the Mr. and Mrs. C. P.. Tyson of photos. Th. lloo\er Bros." "Htudlo.In I

purchase of BILL FOLD over $1 Jarksnnvlllle spent the weekend i '.... -. See Our Christmas TOYS
any with the O. L. Beaaleys at Kingsley Vlorldni flrrult In(fl.Imnrerr.Mabel .. nmitforif. ( "u.I,. J

Lake.J. Ohln "',,',Iwpll. Plaintiff. v .
H. DuPra was! In Daytona n..ol'll'. Caldwell, Defendant C'ane

Beach on business Tuesday. S.Order.. H7.nt P..I1.h.no"U...* .<. --- --- Bring The Children

nxit our store now and see the many 1 Mr. and Mr*. Raymond Howe .OX IMINOt' ALSO U9.S0 ---
to: Stretch I'
cof tlie SEALY
of Barker N. Y. have taken an ri-rv> r'.h'w"lI.' | whona renldenc* en POSTURE PILLOWS tmoetl* .,..,,,.........""..'.'"....... ,," ... .., .. :
i .., ,,,.,,,, .. ,.. ,
suitable items'for Christmas apartment at the A. D. Crosbys, :J'n. *>* I lam knwn In ISA <'hiupl 'j top. Ne bump or button diiturbi your ,.... You get the CONVINIENT TIMMS -- miiiniii Mii iiii.liilii mr jr _. '"'.. .. _---'''.:11I"," ..
Htreet, rr>h en.: New York : I 't bint tleep of .H, the deep tleep thet comet only when -
South and
of Nona Street -
Gifts corner You are hereby required to appear the centre! portion.., the vitel trurd of We Have An Odd Lot
body !i. Of
for the -winter. An e.cember 19. t4N, In' the above your prep- 4>eorty Venetian
I I n.me<1 Court -ami eanev, wherein f ,....d. For only Sealy het rke. eicluuve Duro-Uf >*> < D O W N "
i 8->.the. iMMttful: JIae.ef, .>..... ...... 'Blinds We Will Sa rllic
plaintiff need* dl. Hradfnrd Unit de>io..ed to rest.......if.. thn-d of your bod.,. Cen't Come
for the Holiday Heanon. At The County Televranh' "hall nitt.llxh thinOrder I
Why not buy your cards, tags ribbon Hooter Bros. Studio. In next four hand weeklr' IppuenWltneen I be matched for comfort, beauty, pricel Be lure you tee it, $1.25 WHKIYn Early And Select
my and official'
!leaJ and now while Miss Ingram and Miss eeal at Htarke, M"("III II1 <'..,It,M. .II,., ". ....' ;-;-;;-;; .. ..,...,.... ,,
garlands stocks are plentiful roping ? Garnlta Virginia Hutto spent the weekend ( IO ,JOFFICIAI URAL.. Florida) A., J.thin Thorn Nov.ember I"(" V"iltMIMImll lltlltIIMIWli! | | i"nJ>tMiiuiiiitii.eUuiH miMHtuttaMMMtaunttumMnmuaamwwinnjiit, ,,,, .. ,, >.i.w"m.' ..mtiiw'uIT'S .' .... ..,..."" ", ,...."_,.."......,',."...............,,,..,,.,,..,.."" "'.......,'"'"'''''............,__....

In Jacksonville where they attended As Clerk of laid (.'n...*. A FACT YOU CAN
the Ga.-Fla. and LandonMi nir IlKven ("croeby D C. DO BETTER AT
John .I. Hendenon E><| fit. Anruatln -
ml football games. ", FMrldi,
Mr J. B. Cottrell attended the Atty. for Plf. It-lJ 4t 11-J

General Convention of the U. D. .. rirealt C...,. Brad fere! C.mmtr.e'lwrtiiai Denmark Furniture Co.

och Store C. in Savannah, Ga. the early T.In Prld C.fcuneerr.Henry -.n. .plaintiff. "..

Drug part of the week. Vivian, l.eirKett" Prldiren Defendant

C. B. Fulton of Rome Ga. Car" ''In. S..<. PHONE 151 STARKE ..
Order f pBhllentlo* andetle ie.A ,
I spent last weekend here with In- pnene8TATF

OF .._._.. ,... ...... . ..... .. .
Green. FI" >A to! --"" ." ... ...- 7 -. ----- __ ...__ .
.... - - + man Vivian I cotte 'iJ:: n, who.e res :.: t"J! .. . .. .



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".f'' V J < BRADFORD cotrNT"F TELlmn.APR. 8TARKB. FW>Rn% FRJD.\Y. NO"I\fB:
ir li.j<;& {rAGE si _CR_ I 11. 181! ,!

. ,r ':" spent last weekend In Webster A TIME!: FOR RACIAL CNDEBST.VNDINO First Strawberries ham, sponsor. I Thomas All-Around Kenneth I Ann Powell, AUdrey Moore
'; f'lf.') An all-day meeting was held I Best Boy: lie Mae Hall Car
y ..' Moore. lIe has charge, AND RESTRAINT DOris,
with Mr.
; Begin To AppearBen with reports from delegates' to the Grider .
, ,' ; : et *.
.' ';{I 1, Lawtey of the farmers market in that (Editor's' note: Th! following editorial appeared In the "ptmber National FHA meeting Most Athletic Girl: Carlie Mae Anderson! Norma "J
!t l 't In far above the usual. biased Melvin, native Bradford Ruth Edwards. ntr.
|issue of the Trogn-wtUe Farmer' It NO Ruth
If B I. H.IJEMOXSTRATION FnlraAli city.Rev.
\ ( HallMost '
*! !: : Ballard Wilson' Is attending opinion that l Is e\pr..1Wd: on either side of the issue under discussion; County farmer of the Heilbronn The following "Notables" have Athletic Boy: James Phillips I la Haines, Kenneth G''e>' ]I.fw.

...,j Pastors School at Lake Alfred that ",. take pleasure In reproducing It In this column.) section' brought in the first two been selected by the Senior Class i Thomas :Martha ? r AI'I1.1
; 11''tttt' t CU'UI this week White and colored people have long worked together on pints of strawberries of the current by popular vote: Landrum Vivian MC& Idti
I ;d J]:' Th Home Demonstration Club Mr. and Mrs. Hal Edwards of people season last Saturday mornIng Best All-Around Girl: Alma SENIOR HONOR ROLL: Betty I Barry, Barbara Moor? Wc'-
(Rt tnet! with Its new agent.' Miss Southern farms In peace and friendship. .
:' : I ) Klngsley Lake were visiting In George: Kopelousos of the
,11' *Jjj 1 ''I Dorothv: Ross, on Wednesday Lawtey last Sunday They must continue to do so. Guidon Grill purchased? them for ------
I I 1'' ryl'l;,* >ct. 27 at the Lawtey Junior The next few' months promise to test the bonds of friendship $1 per pint.Melvin .

;t',. -lT':" ., t ligh School Cafeteria. The Lawtey teachers attendeda between' the races here in the South as they have never been tested! I : has two acres of berries
business meeting of the Bradford
(:' Officers for the coming year' County Teachers Associa- before Northern extremists will seek to spur Southern Negroes into this year and says that his crop

';;I':(( ""v'8.1!;''?t.'i'ere', elected and plans were made tion In Starke last Friday after dangerous demands' Southern extremists will seek to drive Southern I is In excellent condition, and
:f. "t* f'V i'1.:01": making: Christmas presents! noon. whites into dangerous attitudes. Neither effort should succeed prospects are good. JEWELAmerica'

'! 1. I sj'i 'At( the next) meeting. It was do- Friends of F. R. Carradlne are It is a time when each race should seek to understand the other.' The first single ripe berry was

; d<< : 'I tided that the members will etch' glad to see him again! after being; Our white people must give heed to the Negro's appeal for safety brought! to the Telegraph officeon
I 'I lassee. The following new of f 1- Nov. 1 by Lloyd Griffis of
1 I, # confined to a Jacksonville hospital and Justice. Negroes should understand that real progress will come
. ''it I '' ,*( :. ers will also be Installed at that Lawtey. Mr. Griffis also has two
..j." t "t?!I. 'tjlme.{ : President Mrs. Dan Harley: for the past month. only by gradual evolution, not by revolution.Our acres and says they're looking s Most PopularSIIOJ'lellllg
!' Mr. and Mrs. Will Edwards hadas Negroes, for example, should remember that our Southernwhite
< li '::, : ( 'Ice President Mrs. Pearl Blount, I fine.
1'&t, 1 1"' cretary.' Mrs H. C. WainVrlght their' guest last Sunday J. M people did not invent slavery It was a custom brought down I b '
i-,t:' ( J 1 '. '11 ; Treasurer. Mrs. G. W. Edwards and family of Atlanta I from the Bible times and beyond' And while much cruelty was In. New Owner + I ; !

':-'1';"''t I :.lJ loberts (re-elected) and the Billy Edwards family of evltable under such a system, the folk songs of the South and our I

" .rt f j i.1 h r ,'f '.. F'lj J Present' at the meeting were Jacksonville.Mr. I family traditions! show how often master and slave lived In a friendship I| On Nettles Place !

.fesddmes:t L. If Hill L. H. Futch. : and ]Mrs. G. W. Roberts! such as finds beautiful expression In "Massa's in the Cold, CoM !
1 r ) t ''I. oyce: Futch. Ballard Wilson, H. and George, Jr. were weekend' Ground" and "Carry Me Back to Old Vlrglnny" G. H Reece a retired' steward Ib.

t { ;f ': f .'. Kelly, Pearl Blount D. B }far-I guests! of Dr and Mrs. Enrl Roberts Cut slavery was wrong. And though nearly all the wiiter's antebellum I and purchasing agent for the 3 7 9
,' of Jacksonville Beach Drake Hotel' in Philadelphia. Pa.
1't X 1;3'y, H. C Wainwright H T Ben-' kin were slaveholders, not even In our boyhood did we everhear is BOX C
the of the R. A
new owner
I ii,,, 'tl Ii!" : 'k S ett F. E. Hosier.' Effie Miner :Mrs. Will Edwards was sum- a Southerner express' a wish that slavery could have been con-
Neetles of
r I, :\.."/ \ ''r'f oe Brown. Hubbard Harley, Paul : moned to Ashvllle, N. C. last place east Starke on
i tinued. And if the Southern Negro's lot has been hard since
. if ) :'h{r !}( )inking, J ]M\ Browning I :, Miss Tuesday because' of the serious average Highway 16 and lls making many -
; ; has the lot of most Southern white small farmers I to the house and
t emancipation so improvements South American
'L.,' I; te1 [:lIthe Collins, and Miss Ross Illness of her aunt, Mrs. Lou
Both have from unbalanced other He
r Moore. share croppers and tenants. races sujfj-red buildings. plans some

fit i. 't'\; '\\I: f\ :MKETINOThe I Mr. and ]Mrs. L. II Kutch wore one-crop agriculture, time prices. usury inadequate schools, and small farming,:: operations as! soon c
> r Lawtey PTA met In tho as he gets "straightened out", 11 12
to '.i visiting relatives in Jacksonville other evils But both groups have made progress oz.
; t: :" ''I nfeteria last Tuesday evening./ I Making their| home with MrReece Corned Beef 35
t 'I : i last Sunday. "Never has any race made greater progress In 80 years than the
, .. i'', .I I Tost of the time was spent In are Mr. and Mrs.
/ Negro' has made since emancipation, someone has said. If so, this |Ii cansEel
Rev. G. V. Lee was transacting Broadu"j
! ) t '.1' Iscusslng plans for future meet. Meyers. Mr. Meyers has ,
i; 4'.t f : i .: ,1ga.Mrs. Kellcy's 2nd Grade won business In Jacksonville last Tuesday a tribute both to the ability of Southern Negroes and the cooperationthey the Pennsylvania Railroad
.. I y I have had from the great majority of our Southern white people. I
, i' "l, I ,1e banner for having the most I years He is now on a nine ,
,.f;,..", .. 2'''.u arents present The refreshment We grant that this cooperation has not been all it might have been. months leave of absence and will beck Meal 1 */2 >ih.l

. .". e 1 ; II\ ;I immittce served cookies and Heilbronn Club BIt0 hen one contrasts the average Southerner's friendly treatment' return to his job in April. Grits 15cPard YN Y f_d Y a. lw.a6my: a.,
U'' :' tilt juices. Mrs. Ed Durban pre. of Negroes with America's Indefensibly harsh treatment of American or rf.AY, '
Met Last WeekThe
k' "
: (; .," ded. Indians, the difference Is astounding. HOHKKTSTHANKS VOTERS
'to It has been the boast of white Southerners' that "the Negm's Dog 16 oz. can ,
' proud -
; I Heilbronn Home Demonstration
" : f' 1!: The Boys club enjoyed' a weinert I take this means of exorcising .
1i \ Ic\ best' friends In the South." But if to FOOD 13'icOa. V
to continue
;\t : : > In the city park last -Frlly Club held its monthly are we are my gratitude to the voters in ;
::i:>. .' i a'' I;' night. Rev. Wilson, their meeting Wednesday afternoon' of justify that boast we must make faster progress In giving our Negroes the special City Election of Nov.

... : ", .' Tonsor, had charge. lust week' In the home of Mrs I better homes, better schools; better health conditions, greater I 9 for their trust and confidenceIn
,.'f J" t.; I Mr, and Mrs. W. M. Dinkins Eldon Sapp. before Maid Dill 22 o3. '
,"' ; economic opportunity, greater equality the law. As to social me, shown by their vote elect- F- s s sQUANTITY
!W .'tt{4 VJ! id little Andy of Gainesville I Miss Dorothy Ross, home demonstration I intermingling a great Negro educator, Booker Washington, 50 Ing me Mayor. As your Mayor I PICKLES 24c
" I,'il, ere weekend guests of Mrs. agent, was presentand promise to do everything I can
."t, years ago said of the two races, "We can be separate as the fingers
:...: ,' { ;]" Inkins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. I showed the members holy jlo socially, but as united as the hand in working together to help each for the advancement of our city RIGHTS RESERVEDPrices
::;I :\> :;ail' ; ]If. Browning. I make handbags. I. other and the South." and hope you will work with me With Beans-IIormel
; Mrs. Fred Moore and childrenASTHMA Officers of the club this year toward a greater Starke. Chili ft. can 29c Good Throught Saturday. Nov 13
In this time of peculiar stress and turmoil wp beg each run to ,
Let' .:t'' _ are: :Mrs. Eldon Sapp, president; -Jake P. Roberts
';I !
ot' I try to understand the other that each rare refute to follow its
Mrs. Ancil Norman, vice presi-
i { dent T. violent and extreme leadership and that each of us try to do a
Mrs. N. Norman,
: ; secre
: Recent BirthsBirths
l: l f tary-treasurer; Mrs. Purvis little more than usual to show our friendship for all deserting persons GREEN GIANT Brand

Green, publicity chairman; Miss! of the other rare.
.J /, (\ l let cou thing wheeling recurring at announced at Shadycrest
"wk.Don't of Branchial Asthma ruin deep. ..nilI I
Rosa Moore council
. ,
,I.f[,.rye vithoul trylni MENDAOO. which delegate. Hospital this week: No
i I. 0... thru the blood 1 to reach bronchial I Members present at the last Mr. and Mrs Morris Willard
.J t; ,.:.I ,be.and lung Uautlly help nature quickly Funeral FridayFor Infant JacksonMary PEAS :0319c
meeting Mrs. Ancll Norman,
'ltf; .
,ri 1 .'mow .h'''' sticky mucua Thu. all.rlat.sr Harrelson of Starke, a daughter,
nifhlnf and aid frer.breathing and.b.n.rwP I Mrs. Eddie Cox Mrs. Purvis
Mrs. Stern
Sue, born Nov. 4.
' j Oet MBMDAOO: from dru...... Mtla.tctioa I Elizabeth Jackson, 2- Polly
f- I ;} t""b., **money back guaranteed. Green,.and Mrs. Delbert Green. month-old daughter of Eddie T. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vanls Rosier N4NET
' r f,,il'.4! .1 I. Mrs Ollie Stern, 44, :wife of I of Lawtey a daughter, MargaretRay Hunt'sHalves
I t and Eloise Crawford Jackson died Ma'1
i i\i', 1 : : 1 .dJ"",,,__ Frank Stern of Canal Point, died Tuesday November' 2 at the home born Nov. 5. PEACHES 2Y. November 3 In a Pahokee hospital
Heilbronn A son, John Edwin Stuart born Calif. FI
'f following;: a brief illness. Mrs Springs. Nov. 8 at the Shadycrest Hospital .
*tl1'' J! From where I sit ...fy Joe Marsh Stern, daughter of Mrs. Viola Infant Jackson was born in a has joined the E. L. Griffis

Strickland and the late Raiford Starke hospital on August 11 household. I

tstT!; 'J-i D Strickland, was born in Starke Besides her parents she Is survived EXTRA FANCY

',; \. and for the past six years had by her paternal' grandmother & SanbornCOFFEE FACTORY PACKRICE
-: "t To Dunk Mrs. Laura Jackson, and her I
: or made her home at Canal PointSurviving
ti Bradford Hilites
-"m'1117. t tII I I besides her husband maternal grandparents, Mr and

r 1 .t t i1 : Not To Dunk? lire five children: Helen, Dorothy, Mrs. Zary Crawford of Starke.
i I! Frank Jr Elsie, and Lora Stern
\ ? Funeral services were held fromU11.
:r l' : The Football Contest is
; t ,
.t : i nil of Canal Point, eight sisters
(4 Pine Level
1 t' Dunking doughnut is Sober to dunk. But from where I sit, It'sYI JIrs Alice EUhelburger of Tampa, Baptist Church drawing to a close with the foUl
!'"Hopkins' favorite morning pastime a matter of personal choice and Mrs Freddie Rllington of Starke. Wednesday, Nov. 3, with Rev. lovely contestants as follows:

k' :f; .: f, ....and for a long time Ma Hopkins taste-like some folks prefer beer i Mrs. Tennle Maye and Mrs. Nina W. E. Hall officiating. Interment Senior, Class. .. Doris MoncrlefJunior
.f *' J. ; 1'his been trying to break him of the to cider, ale to beer. And the less WAS In the family lot in Dyal Class .Esther ShuforJ Ib.Pkg..
King: of Hialeah, Mrs. Susie Ros- .
J, : I i4 +\habit. Feels it sets a bad example we criticize those differences of Cemetery near Starke under dir Sophomore. Nancy Knight Vac.
of Miami Mrs. Ada Fler of Freshman
ser Peggy Hinson 3 31c
:" '1" ': ''J for the children., taste,the better. ... Cleveland Ohio, Mrs. Frances I I ection' of DeWItt C. Jones. The Queen will be crowned In Pack It. S.C .

1....!: k I y 'J j;, So one morning the puts a heavy In fact. Ma Hopkins got so curious Matheson of Fort Myers and the USO building after the Home
.t I .' ),roiling of chocolate on the dough. about the flavor of chocolate. Missionary Here coming football game Friday
j4 r ,\ ,''I''' ;: J |'nuU...figuring that will stop him. covered doughnuts dunked in coffee, Mrs. Lottie Boree of Miami;' and night.
1 1 !Sober thinks it over for a while and that she tried It herself. Now- her mother, Mrs. Viola Stricklandof Rev' Alpheus Noseworthy, a

;,\\1! ) ''t {then: Dunk? Taste? Smilell!! And you've. guessed it-she'* a daily Miami. Missionary to Africa, and a pro Members' of the Senior Class DIXIE

.r 1 j Sober\; compliment: the missui on dunker toolCopyright Funeral services were held from moter' of World Mission Work, have selected their officers, colors DARLING
:I. it and motto as follows. : BREAD LOAF lOc
JH' (, the lovely mocha flavor! rr the Klngsley Lake Baptist Church will speak and also show picturesof President FAMILY
.i""l! Friday afternoon at 2:30: o'clock Kenneth Grlder
\ I guess there'll always be two his work, at the Starke Pente. STYLE
la.'t4' George Roberts'
fi 80e1,4 ( with Rev. L. D. Haines officiating.
; :i schools of thought: to dunk or not Interment was In the family lot costal Holiness Church, Saturday Secretary Martha Home

if-I'.. 'I 111'1 Kingsley Lake Cemetery under I evening, Nov. 13, at 7:30: Treasurer Idell Landrum
direction of DeWItt C. Jones. I o'clock. The Is Invited. Class Colors. Blue & White
' I ,1918, United States Urcucrj Foundatione f Class Flower Blue Iris

'r .' e _. '. ,,, .. ,_..n ,,,_ ..._._. __ .._,__ _..__ ___, ___ Motto: "It matters not how long
1, 'h cur n. T i- n"'i''ilwnuumi" ,,,,,;,,, unuiu .1, ;,. ",, '" '."'."i i".i,,t,,ii,,,,Mint, ,,,,,,it,, "0" 'HAM
I I you live, but S how.. PiCNIC

The Seniors hive selected' sponsors -

MUMS WITH COLORS ;1 for the Homecoming' Game

I Friday night as follows: Alma
Thomas, Vivian McRae, Martha
Home I and Betty Flynn.
Jack Sprat Brand

For The l Homecoming Game --- Fla. v. Miami --- Nov. 20 II elected The following by the Student officers' Council have/bee: Smoked, Shankless

ps IIi President Kenneth Grider 4 to 6 It. Average

( !' Vice-Pres. Martha Hoin-'

4-J$ i Sccy.-Treas. Peggy Tlltey
Sponsor Miss Lou Beyer (

M $ f Plane are being made to sponsorone r a Ciyr
of the Friday night dinces 49I'd
% LB.

ri41A+h3 yttn I Officers elected' bv the Future= t bqY
Homemakers are as follows:
s President Betty Carter
t Vice.Pres. Man"z Dodd -

I qf Treasurer.Secretary Chapter Valarla was Vivian representedat DenmarkThe McRae I'm LIVER I !lb. 35c

,: .' ,II. the district meeting at Camp '
4'e O'Leno' on Oct. 18 by the following

ti members Ritch Betty: Betty Mllligan Carter Muriel Jea.i:. DRY SALT BACON : end cuts lb. 9c

Parker. Shirley Shaw Joann Milligan. !.
Patsy Eaves, Mary Alice
Crosby, Phlllls Strickland Idell PURE LARD Best Grades Ib. 2 25c
I -
...1 i I Durban, and Miss Madge WhigiBACKACHE- -

Fo. quick comforting help for BackMhe.umauo ,
Pain, Getting Up .
I cloud, _..., .
urlM. IraUMlni P L.c run* POTATOES
Irelti under .,... and ..oa.o .n.I... due
ll ll to non-arccnla. and non-.nt.ml.Kidnap and
Bladder troubWt,try CP'''. Quick, compute
'i uS
' Y'I utlifactloa or mono, .back .u.....,..... AMyour
A''I dfu..Ut. (of CyMra __,.

: I I''' Pictured above is the complete line of cut flowers you will find i U., S. I_
ie in at all times. i'A No.ii
: our large display case i 10

1 See Our Beautiful Display( of DISH,GARDENS;: The Ideal'

'' j Flou'ers Wired Anywhere PHONE 218 nay And Night Service ;

I 19Ca CHEESE 39

Colonial FloristI lb. BAG



A Mrs. Charles Schmitt.ManagerDesigner Nona Street

i Starke. Fla. BIGGS & BAKER' 25c

., .,, m __ "" ... ...._ : tog "'. Call St.. Starke. Fla.
,.ro.mnnmmm rmm"= s'' "' = __ ...._ J

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m* t Christian i of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews. Sun..
Church Bee! and Johnny Dodd.
At The Tabernacle !! Boy 'Scouts Collect PaperBoy I G
Church News The P. T A. Awarders were: day.Mr.
J B. Dixon Pastor l I. rate Farm Jessie and Mrs. Harold Shiver
Rev R. J Gomes brought some :) Dave Swindell
Sunday school 10 a.m. fine In the weekend Ti k h, r I Wright and little Dorothy Hardy. and children and Mrs. Nay Mer
Sunday By Mrs Bryan Whittle.* and Ralph, were visiting -
ritt son
I Churche morning service 11 services at the Tabernacle and Mr. and Mrs. Horace D. May
ptist a.m. Subject: "The Church Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cook of
Edifying the special vocal and violin numbers [ have had as recent" guests, Mr. and Sunday,
its Saturday
members" Gainesville
of the Christian Umov by talent from the young Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde enter- and Mrs. Sidney Albright and

e that prayer Is heard and Sunday evening service 7:30: people added melody to the mess talned'ht"r circle! of the W. M. U. Mr. and Mrs. James Mattox, of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore visited

u !pet an answer. Sunday p.m. Subject: "The Psalmist Shep ages. : of the Baptist Church of Starkeat Albany, N. Y. The visitors were Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crews u:

ins' the message by the Pus- herd"I I Communion was observed at the her home Tuesday afternoonof en route to Miami for a brief State Farm, Monday.E. .

of the First Baptist Starke, Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday 1 Sunday morning worship hour. last w."k.Accompanied. vacation. A. Sapp and Bonn>, Pete and

be The Basis for Praying". evening at 730.: Little Miss Kathy Johns was by thefr visitor, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. OLsen arrived Leslie, attended the Donkey base

hr -hoir will\ be under the Children's Hour, Friday at 3:30: the capable leader of the Christ Mrs. J. H. Dunn and by Peggy Sunday from their home In ball game In Starke Tuesdaynight.

(bon, of Mrs. Ethel Blges and p.m. For Youth meeting on Saturday Caldwell and Helen Whltfleld. Mr. Torrington Conn. to spend the .

Mona Canova will be at Young People's group, Friday night and Elmer Johns representing and Mrs, J. C. Wallace visited winter in their Hampton home. Mr. and Mrs. S. ... Crews and

I organ evening at 7:30: p.m. / the younger group, led s, ,. y relatives In Jacksonville last Edward Manning, of Mamaro- family are enjoying: electricityIn have

evening at 7:30: the Woman's Council by two points in the Bible Quiz 1a .r weekend. neck N. Y. left Saturday aftera their home of late. They
liinclay their'
or will bring a stirring evan- first Thursday of the meets month every at over Clarence Melton who repre- Mr. and Mr.. J. R. Nix of Athens weeks visit with Walter Recher. done a.also.bit of Have remodeling running on: water
message "When Jesus'Good.bye' 2:30.: sented the older group. Ga.. were guests of Dr. and Little Peggy Chllds. of Starke, There are still a fewfarms
'"( ]Mri. D. L. Nix from Friday until was a weekend, visitor in the and bath.
". Mrs. Mann will Brother A. S. These section that do not
Ashley, visiting meetings are proving/ .. In
1r !Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Nix anJ home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
at the Hammond and Mrs. pastor, a state secretary and director interesting and helpful to all who their guests attended the Georgia- Dinkins. have electricity.

.e at the piano leading the spoke on "Improvements and attend. All Interested In promoting + 1 Florida football game in Jacksonville Waldon Wadsworth, Merchant Mrs. Naw Merritt and daughter -
in request hymns buildings of churchs. !In the Stateof Harold Shiver were
lotion Mrs.
Florida" in Christianity among the children t Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Marine, arrived Sunday for a ,
-noruses. Sunday School his speech last Sun. D M. Nix who had been visiting,. visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. L. shopping: In Jacksonville Monday.
Jw at 9:45: by departments day evpn g.Methodist youth of our Communityare Dr. rind Mrs. Nix for a week Wadsworth.Mr. Among those who attended:

I classes with two adult men's Invited to attend and lend upturned to her home In Commerce and Mrs. Joe Oliver of Church at Johnstown Sunday i

\fs and two adult women's Church their encouragement.CONGKROATIONAL. Scouts George Canova and Richard Kldd. Jr., pause to sort On. with Mr. and Mrs. Ft. Lauderdale have returned night were Mrs. Beaulah Moody

iOS papers and magazines in the collection! staged by Troop 70 two weeks Nix Sunday home after a weeks visit here. Mrs. Minnie Granger, Mr. and

wag Unions meet at 6:1.Sjiscussion : "Finding Ourselves" will be the 'I atfo. Funds realized from sale of the waste paper will go to help Mrs. J. H. Verner and Miss. They were Joined over the week Mrs. A. P. Moore and Mr. and

and fellowship with topic used by the pastor Rev METHODIST CHURCH I pay for and equip the new Scout building. Another paper collection Sarah Verner of Jacksonville\ end by their daughter. Miss Joyce Mrs. S. I* Crews, Johnnie Francis

jtftionl.ng adult union as well J. R. Hill at the Methodist Church Services every Saturday night, will be staged by the Scouts on Saturday, Nov. 19, and the public Is spent Saturday night and Sunday Oliver, of Montreat College, N. C. and Bobble Crews.

lilon for all ages. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Sunday morning and Sunday night I asked to cooperate by having papers and magazines ready for with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley Calvin Johns, of Starke, spokeit

>:fid; -week service Wednesday Topic of the evening sermon at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., at Congregational dlt\posa1.1| Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Davis, Jr. the Baptist Church on Sunday Buford ResignsAs

| I 15 will be conducted by the 7:30: o'clock will be, "Love Cast- I Methodist Church on I of Gainesville were guests of Mr October 31. Last Sunday R. C.

!g people's Auxiliaries of theM. eth Out Fear". Brownlee Road. Rev. J. W. Grits 1 II and Mrs. W. N. North last week. Gray, of Deland, was the speaker. Fire ChiefR.

U Mrs. Ada Lawson, Church School at 9:15: a.m. and fls, Pastor. Boy Scout Building Completed ; Mr. Gray was called and accepted -

\\f j: People's director, and Mrs. MYF at 6:30: p.m. end.Mrs. II O. Bates' Jr. and her !I the pastorate of the C. Buford, Starke's tire

Jhs. president.t The pastor is In Lake Alfred CATHOLIC Cm'RC'H I son, Robert, of Dalton Mass. church for the coming year. At chief for the past eight years,

t all services the public willa this week attending the Pastors'School Sunday Mass 10 a.m. arrived Sunday to vlclt Mr. and present, he Is a student at Stet- last .week tendered his resignation
I Mrs. H. but .will spend to the City Council, effective
friendly welcome and ala and a special session of Sunday School 11 a.m. O. Bates, 3rd. son University .

) Invitation Is extended to the Florida Annual Conference.He Week Day Mass 8:30: am. Mr. and Mrs J. H. Hitch of each weekend In Hampton.Mrs. Dec 1.

[ the church with the visiting will return In time for serv- -Father John O'Dowd, Pastor I Klnssley: Lake were dinner guests Dorothy Lee of Flint, Mr. Buford, who was a painter 1
r. ices Sunday. of Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Richard, Mich. arrived Saturday, to be before entering: full time serviceas

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS at noon Sunday. at the bedside of her 111 mother, fire chief stated that the Job

._, --------- ----,---- Together with Miss OarnitnHtitto Mra. John H. Parker.C. was too confining: and that for
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE 10th St. and Temple Avr. of Starkt', Miss Virginia, M. Dennison and grand reasons of health he had decidedIt
r r"In Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn Knrrntn was the guest of Mr. daughter Miss Edith Dennison, would be better to move backto

ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangolls and Mrs. Charles, Snyder In Jack of Gainesville, recently visited his place In west Starke. He

The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof tic Services 7:00 p. m Everyone on\llle last weekend. Misses En Mr. and Mrs A. Dennison and said that he would probably do

The People"A velcome. pram anti Hutto were among family some painting: again.

I those tending the .FloildaGcorirla Miss Sylvia May spent Friday The Council postponed 'action

Church Of ChristBible foot-ball( game Saturday. and Saturday in Starke, as a of street
Southern Baptist Church For All on the appointment a
School 10 a.m. Sunday yM l George Mnnassa.. of Green guest of Misses Helen Jean and I superintendent until its meeting:
-- Cove Springs spent several days Doris Parker
of Nov. 16. Four applicationshave
Service 11
Sunday School 9:45: Training Union 6:13 I a.m. Sunday durln this Out of town relatives attending the
been received for post
Evening Service 7:43: p.m. Sun narents.
the funeral rites of Mrs. B. Y.
Morning Worship Evening Hour 7:30 filled by W. M. Edwards
dayBible The new Boy Scout home at the Illy< park on Pratt St.. li shown Strln tellow. Saxon, on Wednesday Nov. 3, formerly

11:00 \\'ell. Mid-Week Sonic 7:30 Study is every Wednesday above a* It neared the final stage nt N p..t1on.IOn..rt.t. !' by the! Mr. and Mrs R. W. Brannen were: Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Morris .
at 7:45: Also discussed at the last
Rotary Club of Starke, the building cot $3,770.00 and fund Mere were supper guests of Mrs. H. P. and daughter Sue, H. V. Saxon -
Council was the possibility
MORNING: "Torch Bi-awrf . . . raised by public subscription and a special utilities tar letled by the Giilnev In Brooker Friday. and son Benny, Mrs. Minnie of meeting the Chamber
EVENING: "P.THonal Responsibility" city for one month. The Scouts now nerd some furniture mostly Miss Ruby Jewel Thornton of Weathersbee, and Mr. and Mrs.J. \ office with some'
of Commerce
Jacksonville was the visitor of I. Ogden, of Pompano, Mr. and
GrahamBy chain and tables and all persons, having pieces that they would at least to informa-
there give
MARNING : "Basis for Praying" Mr. and Mrs C. D. Sellers and of Mrs: W. T Saxon. Oakland Park one
like to donate are asked to rail Scoutmaster ,;. T. Shull at 144. The tion to tourists, answer mall, and
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews Sun- Mrs. Owen Dyal, A. L. Dyal, Mrs.
EVENING: "When Jesus Says 'Good-bye'. Mrs John McKinney Scouts Hill be glad to got the furniture even If It I U In bad repair." distribute advertising: folders. No
Albert Black, Mrs. Marie Mc-
I ..' They can fix It. Meetings are now being held In the new building at I day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Candless, Mrs. Alva Abernathy, definite action was taken in this

"Visit The Church With The Visiting Pastor" Mrs. C. B. Roberts and her 7SO o'clock each Monday night. All boys wishing to Join the Troop and Jimmie Chastren Jr. attended Merson Lane, Mrs Myrtle Wen- matter.

----------------00- sister, Mrs Chesley Fogg of may report" at that time. the Florida-Georgia football game zell, Mrs. Gladys Pickett. Jacksonville -

Starke, have been visiting their In Jacksonville Saturday afternoon Mrs. Lucile Poe, Mrs.

brother, Alvin Wardin In Georgiafor --' and spent the night with Al Leverette, Palatka, Mrs. i Arthritis Pain

W I the past week. New Athletic Field House At BHS Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Hammer- Ralph Dyal, Guy Dyal Green
m *
r a schmidt 1 ... .raw tUshtf.llrMbm eererttap lul_ for
Flake Watson returned to the at Jacksonville Beach. Cove Springs Mrs. Truman Dyal **.. p li .f Mw_.u-. Arthritis.NrarUt .
I Lake City hospital last Friday Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bates, 3re Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dyal Brooker Lftmibas.. elide..or H ur.l.i. k7
par I after spending a month with his were luncheon guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Den- .....M*. Work Iturouib UM .-.Pint rYs.
MMlly Starts .......I p..ln so yea .as ,
: i family. Mrs. J. P. Warren In Jacksonville mark and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. woriu enjoy Uf. ant .|MP nor eomforUMr.dot .
I ....nd ., dru.,.., today. Quick, eosMtif -
Mr. and Mrs. Mack McKenzie ----- Saturday and, with their Dowling, Sr., Starke
i\it\ ''of Jacksonville : T t of hosts, attended the Florida- pIo&e action er aonojr tack.a T mitCharley
her Lr.
were visiting <
t parents Mr. and Mrs. John Sur- Georgia football game. .

rency, Sunday.T. v i Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Richard f

W.Osteen and children were were among the spectators at the New River
Florida-Georgia football game: In .' ...1 '.0
visiting relatives In Ocala Sunday. AND LONG BRIDGE
Jacksonville Saturday afternoon.
t .
Mr. '
and Mrs.
Louie Dempseywere Jesse Puulk of Adcl Ga. visited fly Mm. E. A. Sapp ';'III' ;:'
visiting relatives In Chat-
> lt ..aL tahoochee Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen .. ..er. tase
t Sunday and Monday.
A crowd Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins ::1
large attended the m Mr and Mrs. R. W. Rrannen
birthday party of Catherine attended the Florlda-Qeorgla .
H1D had as Thursday supper guestsF
Starling Friday night. Pictured above lit the new $10,000 athletic field house \hlcli form. *, O. Brannen and Mrs D. ItIJpnilpyof game In Jacksonville Saturday

w ... r. .. Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Surrency, an Important and much-neetei. addition to tin plant at UIIl'!!.. The Lake Butler afternoon guests of Mr.and were sister overnight Dr. ,444f4
and children of Tampa are visit- Mrs. J. E. Wilson! of Starke and Wlggtn'a ,
building wan accepted from the contractor, .i Maurice Edwards, by the
and Mrs,
Use Our Pure Fresh ing here for a few (jays. School Hoard In a special resolution passed last Friday and war used her visitor, Mrs. S. T. Dell of I Mr. and Ray Mrs.Snausa.Benny Merritt and

Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneywere for the first time followingfootball prlAC'tlcthl... w""I(. The building Oiilnravllle' !, visited Mr. and Mrs. I I son, Benny Boy, of St. Petersburg about dependable :t l':
in W. O.
Starke Tuesday on bus Strlnjrfellow/ Saturday
houses. toilet facilities and. shower room with 10 shower (hot water), were visiting Mr. Merrltt'sbrother
iness. Martin Rclnau of Palatka
Products For an well I an storage apace for football t'qnll..nt| and other athletic and sister, Ira Merritt
Dairy CookingGUSTAFSON'S I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton Saturday afternoon and Sunday
and Miss Ida Merritt FIRE INSURANCE j
and children of Starke and Mr. material. The building wan paid for by the School Hoard out of Its with Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Grlner. Saturday
Building and Rue Ke > Fund.Brooker night and Sunday.
I and Mrs Will Melton and son, er\< Mrs J. L. Williams, was in'
Mrs. T, M. and childrenof
dairy products are perfectaids I Eugene, ofValdo attended Talatka and Interlachen Saturday V

to cooking: The vitamins and minerals i church here Sunday night. having made the trip with Mr. High Springs were visiting 1
-- and Mrs O. B., Moody Sunday.Mr. .
!M) essential to daily diet abundantand nnd Mrs. Harry Molz, Mrs John
your I Those on the sick list this week .
I and Mrs. Mannie Rauleraon
the full natural farm-fresh flavor adds are Mrs Noah Jackson and Mrs of Starke spent the weekend visiting Tuft and Mrs. J. B. Segree, all of Jacksonville were visiting

goodness to everything you cook. Let us keep I Lizzie Hines We wish them a friends and relatives here of MRccpnny.! friends and relatives of this. section E. JohnsAgency
you supplied with wholesome milk. speedy recovery. : ( Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tilghman Mrs. L. B. McLendon of Jack.pon'llle Sunday. t
and children of Gainesville spent has been a recent visitor -

,. By Helen Harry | the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Mc Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby and Phone 13 STARK FLA.
ITLEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COLLECT ..1 Sam Mott. Lendon. mother, Mrs. Rhoda Dowling of .
Gainesville were visiting Mr. .r. i

FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S Lake Geneva OJ.\TIJ OF MRS IIARDKK MiNe Lubedla Plnhol.ster andMrs. . Fonnle Crews and Mrs. A. P. .-.. oO-

Mrs\ Mettle Harden of Brooker, Paul Stewart were shopping Moore Saturday and Sunday ,_.. ....v.w
DAIRY Blanche died Thursday: Nov. 4, in a hoes in Gainesville Saturday afternoon
Ity Cunningham HamptonBy Rev and Mrs D. A. Greek of I "*.prM tlng THE TRAVELERS Hartford
nitnl In Miami at the :St. it
age of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Palk Jacksonville .
and were dinner guests -
PHONE 2312 She had been In poor health for children
flirt Stokes spent Mrs M. O.
Green Cove Springs Florida Joying Mr and a trip Mrs to E.New Cooper Orleans are some time. I'Sunday vinltlng Mr. and Mrs. -
Mrs. Hardee was visiting her Phone 52-J
SERVING STARKE DAILY Tommie Wasdln of Waldo. 1
La. daughter when she became 111 Voting Ladle Entertain: 8 DEF SERII'CE' 1
Mrs. Mary Green is visitingher l .8t.r.? Airs. Hartmann
Mrs. Leonard Hamm and daughter and was never able to return to / Honoring Mrs. Edward G. Sax :
sister, Mrs. II. O. Brown, VMS e55 i
spent several days last week her home here. of Dukes. on, the former Miss Wesnie Popea I
I., Jacksonville with her mother She wan a member of the Antioch recent bride a lovely miscellaneous

-a1 Mrs. George Tipping! A brother Baptist Church Mr and Mrs. Jennie Nipper of shower was given Friday -- --- .. --- -
who Is in the Army was home She Is survived by a non, J. R. Ocala spent Sunday with Mrs. night In Community Hall --

its I on furlough after completing his Hardee of Gainesville and three Mattie Sou Us.f with the Misses Margaret; Hall

basic. training.Mrs. daughters, Mrs. H. B. Robinson of | Mr. and Mrs. Runl Dukes were Martha Home and HarveneVat- to MAKE

r p44 Blanche Cunningham!: was Miami, Mrs J. W Harrell of La dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. terson as hostesses' Lovely Au. ryE WO

"ne> of the inspectors who served' Crosse, and Mrs.! Woodrow Davisof Roy Green Sunday. tumn flowers In various" shades.

.I on the election board Tuesday Santa FP, a father and mother, I I Mr. and Mrs J. K. Douglas were attractively arranged in the

it Keystone<: Heights Mr. and Mrs. R. T. McDavid of i have moved Into their new horn spacious hall. In the "Scrnmbled-

Brooker- and four sisters, Mra. WorJ" contest, Mrs.. George Wit\ ,
T. M Finley attended the di.srlct In Stnrke. We wish them lots of
Carl Vansickle and Mrs. Allle flame ,was the winner of severe'small 4
I meeting of the Florida Mason happiness.
Ray Hunter of Gainesville, Mrs. What-Not knlck-knacki
t In Jacksonville \Vednesdaynight. Miss
M. F Ogden of Pompano, and Mrs.r. Green of Jacksonville The "Musical: Love Story" scoreda
f H. Sowell of Brooker. spent the weekend with tie between Miss Norma Swee! 'r / fi Yy !'tt -

in taking Mrs. Sue Myrick had as her Funeral services were held In her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave nay and Mrs Elmer Lewis, of
"meats over the weekend her Green. ,
son the Antioch Church
Sunday afternoon Starke. Glass wall vases were
f.J| care ofyour "nd daughter-in-law, Mr. and at 3 o'clock with Rev. Green Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and awarded each. After the presentation C4

'p Mrs. Bishop Myrick of Galnea- officiating. Interment was in An- family spent Sunday afternoon of the many useful gifts tr e k ,

clothes i iI vlllle. tioch Cemetery under the direction I visiting O. W. Barry, who Is In the honoree, the guests were

Miss Aline Wagner, Sr., of of Thomas Funeral Home. the Palatka hospital. We are glad served Iced Individual cakes I II
I 0. K. Yonge School In Gainesville Honorary pallbearers were the, homemade chocolate
j I to hear that Mr. Barry !Is feeling\ cookies and I jI
spent Sunday with her Deacons of Antioch
.nV I par- church. Active I better and wish him a speedy recovery. fruit punch eJunior's I
High priced clothing is still with us.That's ,: "nts. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Wagner. pallbearers were Fred May W1I"le '< '

it's wise and sensible to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Carlson Cellon, Tatune Morris of La I Weiner RoastsThe I :
why I Mr. and Mrs. II. Y.
Mrs.. Elmer Forsjthe and daughter Crofwe, Aubrey Hazen cf Brooker I Hodge and Junior class of the TrainIng -
precious war d rob e. 1 Mr. and MM I
preserve your Linda and Mrs. Blanche Pitt Hunter of Gainesville and Truhy lodge and Union enjoyed a .welner roost i .

$ Expert dry cleaning gives your suits I Cunningham were Gainesville Lacy Doke of Santa Fe. children were visiting. Mr. and on Saturday night at the home Trouble Is Our Business

and coats that brand new look as allers Thursday.T. Mrs. Connie Tyler of Palatka.We of their teacher, Miss Harven"

well as longer life because of our I Mrs. B H. Hardln. Mrs. O G. are glad to report that Mr. Watterson. Outdoor games were
M. Finley and daughter. Lewis and children of Jackson Tyler Is very much Improved played and
.. e-reviving. u s e-prolonging a very pleasant time
8ppearan Martha Sue .were Jacksonville ville and Mrs. G. W. Baxter of since his operation.Mr was had. WELLS ELECTRIC
technique. To get double duty callers Saturday.
in Baldwin were visiting Mrs. Annie I and Mrs Wilson Green and j
your clothes, put your clothing Gilbert Lamoreaux caught a Lewis. and Mrs. Paul Stewart Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Douglas and Those from Hampton attendingthe *.

our handd. I 12 Ib. bass In Smith's lake last Thursday son went shopping in Starke large housewarming festivities -

week.Many Misses\ Barbara and Janice Saturday.The at the attractive new home HOUSE WIRING i ll

friends of Mr, and M.... Green have returned home after regular of Mr. and Mrs! Gilbert Lamor-
business EXPERT )
monthly IC STOVE
PHONE 135 eaux, on Smith Lake Saturday ELECTRIC & HEATER REPAIRS'i i A1,1
ROBT.GREEN Gilbert Lamoreaux gathered at two weeks vacation with their meeting of the Home Demonstration '
were: Mr. and Mrs. I
315 their lovely home on Smith's grandparent Rev. and Mrs. G. Club was held Monday after Wallace Collins :
d Mrs. J. F. Johnson Mrs. t tI
Lake Saturday evening to enjoya E. McGauley of Palatka.E. noon with Miss Dorothy Ross the May Sweeney. Mrs. ESTIMATES FREEr ,
9leul7/ Temple fish fry and barbecue. The Home Demonstration }
oc- T. Stewart spent a few days! Agent, and Hardy and
chlldren, Mrs.
Henry I t\
Owner .. = casion being a house warming visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Baxter eight 'members present.All Hlnson and
children R. D. Simmons
and Mr. Lamoreaux'si birthday. In Baldwin. _fe ladies who wish to make and Don Hall. I 106 WASHINGTON ST. i :'
A most enjoyable time was had Mrs. Truby Hodge and children handbags for Xmas ;' t
presents Prizes
awarded the
were follow-
by all. The Lamoreaux' received and Mrs. STARKE. FLORIDA '1
Henry Hodge were please 1
bring yd. of materialto ing In the recent Hallowe'en Carnival iJ ;
STARKE. FLA. many lovely gifts. Mr. Lamor- shopping In Alachua Friday after the next meeting which will for original costumes Phone J fi
131- O. Box r.'fJ7
eaux If a reUred Seaboard Railroad I j
noon. be held !P-
Tuesday afternoon, Nov. Home League Winners were: Lou : ll$
conductor. I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Robert 16, 1:30: p.m. Please. come. ise Adklns, Janle Rhoden, Joyce -_ j'




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-- ---- --- Bureau 'Will ,of the Loyal order of Moose Is: r pounce a public showing ;' the CARD OK TIIANKSIVe : -- ----, _- 0tfllfll- .. ;
Farm Win
Will I ; j (I'Starke when Assistant 'Child wish to ', .
Tornadoes Meet Lake Butler Regional: thrilling moving pictures acknowledge and al, II!
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apJ( Meet November 16A Director Fran! May and Membership -I Cttv,' held 'LJLfe Be.'{\ins Again''. In express appreciation for all words "(OFFI'Ij mi> 'i 1'|, ?, ,' ,,1'1/"t(/

Director Peter :Buyvld addition regular weekly meet na and acts of sympathy and kind- fth t'L I I ik
: Here special meeting of the Bradford I announced that 22 members were of the Charter group will/ start news by our neighbors and friends i4 Hin'n .. I In
Event Tonight .
ititM, !{r> In Homecoming I County Farm Bureau will be already signed for the Charter i hortly One of your most noted! during the Illness and death of Ally i" rVI r'?, '', I';' ,

: held Tuesday night, Nov. 16, at of the new organization citizens Lex Green has been a our loved one; also for the lovely I'; ""H':
HtiIJ. 7 o'clock In the courthouse ''H I
according -
the Moose fraternityfor floral offerings .
1 with Director Ray stated: "I am member 1
Gk f The Union High Tigers e'Inrldnu j "jry'
to an announcement '
''H'< /( :; +I a better record of wins to their I by Leon Renfroe, presi yesterday Indeed very glad to' announce years and has Member signed of up this to -B. Y. Saxon and familyIn F.d\\'arIJ vt,I I h.n,:..i'Atl,., Mfeud

F f i'lf/i! !' '; credit this season than the BUS that Starke has been selected to new become lodge a Charter Mr. Green loud in his (IrcuK ('.>urt. Ilrnilruril County', -Nn 691v'"I' .," I..,,P I'
< c"" ; Tornadoes Htonight ill invade Bradford dent.New join 41 other progressive citiesIn frlitrldni In Chnnirry.Annie Il r de e .., "f.
I officers will be elected at praise of the serves! renderedby runnrn,.
'. I. \ :' Park and seek reengofor Florida in which Moose Clubj I. I.Vnnett. Plaintiff VH "
: this time and delegates will be the Moose organization recommends livurK" T HmmeU Defendant. Case /oI1'\1'F: <, .' ''"".. \! ; the 26-0 defeat at the hands have been established during the ?
: No OIM6Orilrr allied, PI"H,
: : to the State Conven- the : ti ;"
.; .sill" I of Starke last year. appointed past 18 months. Among the most i membership In of lublliltli and :Nutlcr tu is. unknoen1'nu 7\.1 "\,..."',
;, ", !.'\ ,1 ofthe tion. recent ones were Gainesville witha I Moose fraternity to every right AlipciirHTATn are h"r.
color and excitement ,
t. All the nn Ie, ,. ," r .
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a ; All members are urged to at- thinking 10 ; ; traditional Homecoming eventwill S membership now approaching UeniK" T Dennett.UIHK| ivxlcltmxand named' ,,, !, 'I' I. ,
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'. ,' (t..t.; t ; be In evidence( here tonightas tend and the public is Invited. 500 and Saint Augustine with a Mr. Ray and Mr. Buyvld at- urttlre. In'. : Tabor City, North .Plaintiff -. "k V'",,' d '1'0,
I ; .1.( (f. I tended the meeting of the Rotaryand LHlOlllIU: I'nnnty 'I' .
1"'I"lIr" ,
and membership now over 250.: The I ,
') the arch-rivals Starke You are hprehv rpqulifil., tuoppc Order: ,n 'I ,;
i'I: '(i :.1 I 11' Lake Butler fare each other In Donkey Ball Game Moose organization of over a Lion's Clubs on Wednesday, nn Owrmlipr la, 1IM3. I",. the above .., .:
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"Life SlrV/j'1' '
t million while the moving picture named 1 Court and IHUHHvh *rtin
I 'j' a bottle that will make gridiron t twG members and 1800 clubsIs HfU dIvnrre.I ,Irby
;;. :I.' Draws Huge Crowd was shown to the plaintiff( 1I"IIdr..rdI "
} 4 ; t'I' history Union High has won three I a definite asset to any com- Begins County xhilll piihllnh thin ( ; '' II
: : : munity. members of the Lion's Club. Order Telegraph: : u weekly: :IHHUHH ,. A" ru'rkVfs'I'' f .]'; .\ I
',.. \ .;. : ) games on its current schedule, legionnaires defeated businessmen witness my hand and. offl.laln i4. nA.1'r', ,"i,t ,
r ; has out 1 + "We take of n at Still" ke. Florida, thin Znrh H I I.. ,, [I' I'
"{?Ill while BHS come on top 5111 a hilarious donkey care our own. If Nov- w"nn.; : !. ',)''; .. .
enihor 10. 19 ISOFFICIAL.
; ,
jt11 Strickland ,1'Alty
*:.1 II', only twice. a Moose dies and leaves dependent .,
,.,; : L t I rSS bill: game here Tuesday night ( SBAt.: ) A. J. Thomas r. I':'
1 (( II for Homecoming children they are taken to An Clerk of paid Court :!Iq!
Sponsors tonight's Close to 1500 tickets were sold to Wins MotorcycleBroward .
> fly Invert Crosby, l>. C. -
1'1' .; S'f' T$'ttl.( e-vpnt will be Vivian Me 1 the event which was attended our great child city where they T. Frank I.nndruiu.. Stuiki", Florida. .

!!iJt"". .; Ran,, :Martha Horne, Alma Thom. i i by one of the largest crowds ever are each given a high school Strickland won the Atty. for PIG 11-12 It 12-3 ,
lr : and Pr>tv Ann Flynn. education and trade, while our that W.C.T
,,1, as |, to turn out in Starke. If laughsI motorcycle was given away -

r,, I\ '. ,; I I\I.\!I,li The Football Queen whose l identity ; ,tZ1d I any Indication, everyone who dependent aged are given a home, Wednesday night at a dance In {,I.'ult"d'1 (...uii.).1 ,
\1 J "It, will be attended the than man and wife together in our sponsored by the Whispering Klorltliil In ('hnner .. ONE U\D.:
t : ,t t. is still unknown GLENN:: {ONNi;R, QB. plays I game more > TfX
f colorful his worth. horr.e for aged, the world's finestat Pines Motorcycle Club In the USO Fred J. Arkernmn. Plaintiff, vs.| A :Ills N
{ f( crowned" in a ceremony xtra good defensive ball for the got money's Umpires 1 Blnle Wood Ackernian; tivfunduut: Sun TO
:' {.1? Fr L .!) at the dunce following the game d rornadoes. He Is a Junior and a wore T. F. Landrum and Q. L. Moosehaven. In addition the building. Mr. Strickland ;will be Cane No 8-M1 I THE CHOICE: Of' fOIl
Moose sponsor community improvements Order nl PuMlvnttnn and Neil .. THE
; t ;.> !f' ':'1 In the USG building!:. n >ne->-'eur letter man. Patten. given his choice of the motor tpnrnr < to' LF.\'T OF nil
,\\.1.., _,i,ijt Held To st. Leo : combat child delinquency cycle or $300 in cash Miss Joyce 8TATF OF FI.OUIDA to-: I OFFENCES: : 1fRptx[
"I'"' pr Bumping;( Into one of the highest Moose To Organize and do everything possi Riherd of Lake Butler drew out Elsie Wood Ackerman ;whose BEKV. OR DRnKESS
I scoring combines in the state : J\CK EAVES, fastest tackl. i ble to make any community a the winning ticket. residence is unknown.You CHOSE TO F.ro\Jr

: last Friday the Tornadoes played Chapter In Starke better place to live In. Roland Stuart president of the are hereby required to appear AND RlIlLE:: ;
: on the Tornado squad, played hi on December 13 11(48 In the above URF1Rro I)
,t f good ball but were unable to \Ve expect to complete the club, announces that another named Court and IUUMV, wh..r..lnpllllntitt TED THE OTIfF-R TAq
( R I keep St. Leo from making three best game to date against St Lei I Initial steps were taken this Charter list of 100 members in dance will be held early in Decem seeks divorce Kiadfnnl" (TElU'ER'n: : dDlD \

f 1 trips across pay dirt ending with last Fiidiiy This is Raves' firs' I week to form a lodge and Club a few days Shortly we will an ber. Order County Telegraph! shall weekly publish 1""",thin,".

1 L,' s a score of 20-6 ; year of football
S '
? t Getting oft to an early nfnit, s__
s ( 1 St. Leo scored on the third play ;

1r q' f of the game when Jimmy O'Neal,

their swivel hipped halfback, took ,
the ball on an off-tackle play and r

'1' k ran SO' yards for a touchdown.
The fleet St Leo ballcarrier has S'
':, (' 4 c scored 113 points in five games to i ,' .
t huid the lead among high school I

4i St ecorera In Florida Other St Leo
i' r
scores came in the second and
+ "' third quarters.
Starke single score came at

't ,, I the beginning of third quarter
,r ;; r when George\ Winkler, received a

pass from Hazen, covering 80

1 yarda for a touchdown. Two other

scoring threats by Bradford flzzle P
S it
<1 out on the 12 and 20, respect

L '' tively. Want a New Car?

L ; 1I B squad. Loses I
The Tornado B Squad lost 11-7 wIJACK

5' z'z'a ; 'a to Live Oak B In a game played r o Crying Voice to

t : there Thursday of last week. Eyes That
IL\ZF.N. QB the squad's Movi
{ Starke's score was made early '
;4.i, 4 p In the third quarter when Bennett I puller, de lU(e. Although playing ,k r? q .a,;, ; Beautiful lashes
{ >
football for the first time this ye '
faded back and threw a pass TRANSPORT :YNo y",y" .
i S which was caught by Fay Durban til'y M'i..i year he handles the ball with AUTO ; u What rnori

y ,' on the 3 yard line and carried expert precision. f29 > < would she w

etc over for a touchdown. Durban

also kicked the extra point. I Total Values Loot lust like tb* big va ,i' '" ,, ,< ,
County ,
In Has a ptieeengei car eP '
a game played here on Oct. onasl .L : : '
l i* 28, the Live Oak B squad shutout Now In Excess Of model and 2 metal ramps. ij Tr"w ,, 41'r' "#' ; I vro 1.E

the Tornado B'a 19-0
"' OEOIM1K UlNHLKK, Tornadoend Six Million DollarsOf
No B
Squad game Is scheduled
t ; ,i4 for this week. The next game and pass receiver extraordinary a
the total $$138,136.01 In taxes
; : I will be played next Thursday In accounted for Starke's sole
that will be paid In Bradford LIONEL STAKE TRUCK"SCOUT"
Lake City.Alvarez. touchdown against St. Leo when! They Cute?

he took a pass In the third qual''tel' County this year real estate 5-UNIT FREIGHT %'
yields $75,031.38: personal property -
CaseS covering a distance of 80 .
yards. $33. 19.13. railroads $28,021-

r 71, and the special school tax r "

for bonds in three districts $380.- 16-Inch Colon
et Today I
78. 179 BABY DOLL

Tax Assessor E. W, Hayes .

: r ,' The rose of Stnte of Florida announces that the assessed valuntlon 'r, AlI-.tee' with sparkling STUFFED ANIMALS Her soft body ani li 3 9

vs Eugene Herbert, and Britt : of all property In Brad r enamel finish. Colorful pos cuddly l sad
Alvarez and Mick Mercer on an I.I i" I ford County, both. exempt and .,"q ter 20oninchesIYe a beauty 1 98 her bead, arms ml 1

r i informal'''''! bv t"to> State's Attorney I I'' non exempt totals $6.220.227,00. Soft aD d.cuddly. Sli' .. are composition Bat
k for "forcible entry and I a gain of $$183,883: over his --i... from 7-lnches to 14-inchea, iy dreasod

,I. rnwFviVri '.n<1i<" wall apt for I values for last year. 29.95

trial< if Ciitutt' Court hire this Most of this pick-up In valua Precious Yet
t i i morning (Friday at 10 o'clock< tion was on homestead, Mr.
I 1 .. .
TN A-fe'dants were arraigned Hayes stated and thus exempt Reasonable" -r-\O\ OfflI----"'"
Monday h*'-%re Jiige A. Z. Ad- from taxation. On the 1017-18 t t'. ,.' _, '. ,

FS 1 jt fins pnd entered a plea of not roll homesteads ,were valued. at

,' 4. guilts.i Lu4 $$1.02900000:: while the current HIGH QUALITY a

/ j.. DuHnj Mnndav'ii session Fd and valuation is 219171000.
/ ....... ((1
a'' i i Frank L--- ple-ded ptiilty toBJI I On the three classes of nonexempt AT THE RIGHT PRIGS Eve7aGirl One

yll I information for aiding and ; property, comparative ,
nbnttlrg In shooting Into valuations for this and last a FOLDINGDOLL
+' r (y hide anti were each fined $ ave-I are as follows\ : Sot includes big steam-type locomotive with tender, '' ,
,1 'h; 1 I ; given'! a sentence of two "itt""' 1917-19! 1948-10 gondola car oil car and caboose. Track layout com- CARRIAGE I
The : with 10 sections of i
pleto track track
following defendants were i,i Real Rat. $2,1ii.200.: : $2.208010 coupling ,
I+, rot In the custody\ of the court Personal 1008212. 073.338: lock-on and powerful transformer.UNMISTAKABLY 11.95
't r-I f Bid their caves were nl lore t on I t I Railroad 818870. ,
t':.. absentee 1 814,211 - .... Body and hood
; docket Paul are covered win
: Futch
Q11 r It will be noted. that while real - JIIIiII' ... -W ,
1 i I"fon>" lAn fonn "" simulated leather. Has foot
nnpoit of
i.DRFWI : estate values were Increased $5374000 : ,-
S 1'F', ; children: Leon Green. Information ,. brake, rubber tires and plated l
y personal property NEW
et I T -"'- hob
l --a child! tlon decreased 30876.00 and railroad cape
RFIHHSII. halfback, I
r ; L t ii, I under 14 years of John \
age VIlI'
; values decreased
tl tl ....... j-f.---.!':'_ .,. ..5,.. whose powerful line burking, good 4629.00 RIDE 'EM' 16inchHYDRAULIC
pry leaving a net gain of $18,235.00:
i me cases against Henry Harden, ball carrying, and open field running in non exempt values BABY DOLL

r ; 'i I 01 Infonratlon for n "bpry and has featured the Tornado I

4 Intent to commit murder, and offensive this year, was In top Heal IK Elected DUMP TRUCK No little girl
J Jake Phillips, Information for Urrony : form at St. Leo. i \ couldresist 2 QQ
,L ', of auto truck her. She bM **
werp poll Head Of Rotary Only 8.95 aa
?, p'odsod upon motion\ of counsel) i crying roles, moving eyes I'
} for the State.r J I I Herbert Deal was elected prenl- Aa all-metal truck that with luxurious lashes, soft Actually Plays

non :da \ .:-e ordered estreated'i dent of the Rotary Club In an kids can ride. ne "damp" body and composition head,
i I the ciios. of Rufus McGee. '- election held at the regular is easily operated. Folding arms and legs

,' q UlU'am Bailey, Chas. Stone and I luncheon meeting<< Wednesday. He seat and biased end zau. .''V'" V- _

,,1 'l 1 .*+nnCaDles on information fortransporting succeeds Junlun M Smith who -: J"/-" - I
T ,. .... 55
t \ t" resigned several weeks when -
for ago
't t property corn.r General Mills Tni'
I l' 'n atlon without a certificate of his return to the railroad madeIt A Marvelous Gilt! IRON
i, cnnvenlence and necessity Impossible for him to attend 3.29 ELECTRIC

a i T""O c-.,'11 sxilt damages o* meetings regularly.Rev. y.r "Power Chef" 17-KEY

S' 300 anrt *100O respectively L. A. Shepherd, Chaplainof I I. PLASTIC PIANO 7.95

q 1 bv J. S. Hill! Jfor the uw and the State Prison, was guest AND JUICER A beautiful pUutio Does the Job gsktt
: benefit of Millers Mutual Fire speaker Wednesday with the program '! I ( duction of a modern repro Baby IMtter ne back II

b i : ; Insurance Aasn. against H. O. In charge of Lex Green. ? 24.95 Orand. Baa 17 keys and so you caD trOll IIII/fI
t1 b OYtr&
Durden and K. M. Harrington, Topic of Chaplain Shepherd's The Tourist Play sharps_and flats. r.etion. Csa't
were continued. talk on International relationswas 3-Way Beata ollltlll4lo
the "Russian Chalice", In Takes over .vay whipping and PORTABLE '

I which he told of the numerous \ beating job does It faster. do. RADIO 59.95

,T Martinez Ready Christian people in Russia who It Ixtterl A girt with a llf tim.
5, 5 5 I For Electric Work are at Ute present time under of aerrlc rent or on Batteries.AC-DO house Peatntr-ear.

the thumb of the Communist re- weight Brown
V'1LV plart'o.
!tp Joe Martinez announced this A. 1L -
gime.Whatever IBWB B BW-
week that he was entering the progress is made In \
'tl ,' electrical contracting business In r tlt the field of bettering International Back Zgain\ ; and Better Than Ever

't m { Starke and will be glad to handle 'Si fp relations must be spiritual So Soft, So Cuddly, So Sweet .
t' all types of work In this line, the speaker stated bared on the

Iwge or small. Mr. Martinez brotherhood of man. People allover BENTVOODSHOOFLY STUFFED
h n t -ved ti public In this capacity the world arc psychologically ( //o

I during the war years in many one Chaplain Shepherd said BEARS to

t emergencies and states that he having the same basic desires. .

t Will be glad to meet hla old and motives.He The Cameo 4.95 0Ie"
f friends and customers again. He stated that organizations 7.45
t 'I Is located at the Redgrave residence ,. such as Rotary can aid better RADIO I All are of rich plush

''t.i. 401 S. Water St. I Ii p International relations by living AM hardwood with 21.95 Smart wk11. with ribbon bows. Take '
.1.1i I up to the motto "Service above maple I flnlia. antique< Plutlc" seta your choice a n.
i : NOTE OF TILVNK8 elf' and trying to become better Tip-proof matte TOlam. inch Jointed bear a
rocker, 33 Inch
** long. control 1e
:au.u"1a -lash honey
I We wish to express our sincere acquainted with the people of Lunn. loop an- 16-inch panda. bear or a
and heartfelt thanks to everyone foreign lands

: I for the kindness and thoughtful- .

i' ne a which Illness was and shown death during of ourdearly the GROROR ROBERTA, renter, Firestone

r long beloved husband and father turned In another dependable per TEACHERS We now have Home & Auto Supply

+ God extend formance against St. Leo last that hard'to-gvt practice, paper.
C. B. Roberta. May
hla richest blessings to each 1 Friday. Roberta Is a real hustler for student, ruled and plain la 600 Temple Ave.
with lots of pp, and always rartn' 9 x It size., 83\ rents per rvara..
I; pf you.. It I to go. Bradford County Telegraph. J. P. ROBERTS. OwnerI
t -"n1e Roberta family

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8-. _- --------- ---- ----__----------- flR.WFOflflCOVNTYTELEaftApflTftp. ..: FLORIDA Fill).\V. NOVEMBER 12.bronn .
.:.. __________..___ .

Ladies Rally Raises Funds For i A*. i'l)"rk of .nail. Court. I iFFI< -L\L SK.VL: ) A. J. Thomas 1
Church quired. IX; .
Negro /| liy Haven I'roxby 1>. 4." \ i-Ui'k, ..f said, Conrt. lllll'lir C nllt. tillIIFOII IIIII i named Court and cause. wherolijplaintiff
For each propnsnl .' .. T'radforiiC.unty
n Certified I %'i'! % 1.0111"1.: seeks l1"'t. .
T Vinitk, <
I..n..u.in St u rk.e. FUirliln. John J Henderson l'.a., St. Au.atistlute ch 'k I In the .
Officers n amount stated a'tiovensils I 1.11; % Telegraph. shall p"bU.1thl.
I.\lt> fur I'lf U-r 4t ll-2il :
| > Florida
t ,
.vtns. i payniiln i to the Chairman ( i., VnsBliPlillllps :Moody IMalntirr, vs.Waller tinier" In next f'',ur weekly" )
for .
l'U.0.:9 41 official
tho State .
Load l)
Demon- C--: ; ;;; "a.tm.nl.Vlth MouOy, l> (endant, Case No. Witness my hand ond
Home I I' ( IIU" I r mi u..on) the Statu's ;
Heilbronn, I 1% CIIICIIT C'WI' II''' necessary Documentary 6921, seal. at Starke, Florida' this Novsm
held Its flMt meetth I ,,I ,'rl 1"I..ItIIl'1 i\ tnUfrnian \>- .. III t KOIII Stamp" attained must accompany ber 2. 1941.
'Iub I l-It: : ,. KI.OIIII) \ | 1'\ "'11 '''.. em.h bid. All certified' checks shall lilt IiiI: OK I'l lll.lf TIOM .5 51)0'1uIfri
I ThomaoAi
In the Hell- 10111.: !i iCluo i :\ : TO Ai-rmii IOI"I"JCI.\J.. BEAI.: ) A J.
J -lub year Iloolle* t'liilnllff, v.. I.u- ; be "' .11'.1l'lthln. (UO days of the
last Friday after- .It Kiipler. ltotttlt. I">r.",id.tni, CuHtfNo. M-Pherson, I'lulnllff. ... J "rl' date for receiving I I iiula. Ciixhlers' MTATH Or* FLOUIHA totWalter Cleric of said. Court. I
'??? RI'25.' iYitiiMt'1'ltton. Defendant. Casa checks will not bo .."....1>1..1. '(i.e Moody, whoso residence ,M fly Haven Crosby n. C.
loi, ,'2. at 3 o'clock. I I 4>lll>llt: ..... IM 111.14' %TIOAMI :No.: 891&. it'hecks of the two lowest hiddenwill unknown: Zafh If. l>0".1..... 80\.1:\ >01 t.jrnelHiill.llinc.

elected as \n i It i.: 'I'lli'in t uSTATR OIIIIKH: OK "I.It..It> I he deposited I You. hereby required. to appear I' Ja.-ksonvlll" FloridaAttys.
were I .5' 11 %0..1t.1'! TOI'I'H are
jfflCers KI.OHII sit I The minimum Flf. 11 -JU U U-M
(11" t. : waKe paid to all 191' IS, In Urn above tar
Ueocmber 6.
H T V 1' H: O r' V I. O I on
II II.\ tat
l.l.iu'c l- .
labor .
MhiiHK r .
Mrs. Eldon I.liollt I Koolor I KuvtlP, employed on these contractsshall I
President, S l I. "Km:, ti I l.vnn Mi'.I I'hwrson. whone resi. .. -
: and. HdilieKH. l is xt kiuiwn l> ".1111.( fl.7S and |n bo per --
President Mrs. AncalSecretaryTreasurer il' un Mii-tlnK 1 I Hirovt' I'haiI'tfl, .M. <.'. : dence .IB: ok> liurr llmnus I Albany hour respectively for skilled. Intermediate
v You i are hereby reiiulrvtl to appearm Uticivla. : and unskilled I I labor.
I I.. ml fi, U. 1'iln!' hi Ii,.. .00" Vuu are required* to appear on All work to he done.. I In auconlillicewith ,'
jn .,AIII. cl I tiurt ,unit( CHUMP. wherein November 2 *, ll 4H. hi the above I the Finns. Specifications. and.
r \) Norman; Publicity .t.'uln'iff; ......k. I I seeks llradfoidCounty
'Tvlitni" | .hall I I I'.hll.h thin divorce !I'ai IliU'lit." Speclitl." altentlun, i licallcil >
ai, Mrs Purvla Green; I rt< i. In nt-xt four wkly I *..iieB.WltnetiM Teloicraph shall publish thlailrtlnr I to Special I Provision, tu ii t'ii(
Miss Bona I (my I hand ii ii.i off it-.Ia I It (III next I four weekly IKBIIVS.Vt will' be furnlnhedvllh' each proposal.
Ocu-gHtes i linens t my hand and official a I I. Tin* .
ft! .' t il at wtarkH. f'I'I'hl.a I hit.o.m .. attention I of hidden Isdire'tel
al ul Mtarkc. 'Florida this October
I I *. to the Special Provisions
I. i I. 194 26. t.,ii.
b- .iKKK-IAl. "I,: \ I.) A..I ThnmniiAn (OFFlClAt.( SK.U.) A. J. ThomasAH covering. nublcttliifr or nsHlirnliiir. thocontract.
Green was reI .
Delhert i'l.Tk of ,ai.l ( "urt .
Clerk of Mitld C"u..t.W
i il
< l 1 I". I' I ProposnM, I will.I I I he furnished i toI
Iiy I lliivrn ( nil>y, I'.
new member and a ... l Haven Crushv; : Ii. I I Qualified Contractors, upon" a"'l'l"I.
I a John .T. Hemleravn, KH: 'I'. St. AIIKUHtln I t>. Rrow n. Starke. Florida.' 1 I IAttvs. '
1 the State Council meet- *. I'Iot'Ils..ttys. for rif. -0-29 4t 11-19! tat"ion to this' office Foil TIIK Sl'M
on Pictured above I-S 4t a 126I OK ft 1'\< 11. PlanM m.iv hn pur-
are members of .\ for 1'lt.--
given by Miss Rosa the congregation and friends of .. -: : !I based. from this. office for the sum
a :; ;;;
the Pleasant Grove Methodist! Church during day recently i\ 1'1'' ''' ( mi ti>K )imol of ,& for each, set. No. proposals
a rally lutI'oltn
> i-nti i rr. Coiiir. 4 > .-|..mlln.nl l- will be ISHiied. unless for
[ present were Mrs.ISapp sponsored for the purpose of raising funds for a new church building. I.... l ..(HU.> \i i\ ( iitxhte'Vu MI t V."I'\ I Iln.lv them. "nre received by Ibis office at

iibi-rs The present .1 Tn.vlor O'Neill:.: riiilntlff.I I I vs. least 24 hours prior to the lime foropenlnir
A''". Ancll! Norman buijding' constructed In 1912 was blown off Its foundations MlklnkH IMHtntlff VH. MnrvMlklnkM. eaSt TalmnditH I. .'..0 O'Neal.: l>efvndant, I bids.

N Norman Mra. Eddie during a storm several years ago and has been In- a bad stateof He(0n<''' 'It.IU.H'('HBe,'I Nil 10VM 1 ('11... No. 8003OIIIIKH! All bids must show totals for each .
I>I I lIIt 0V : OI*' IM 1H.HVrlOXAM Item anti total. amount of bid Inserted ,
and MlasI repair : 'KN'l'tTK I
ever since. '
Purvis Green 0"'U'1 1'I" ,
!ts. I \o .U.I-J TOIIM: SitS on the cover of the proposal.The I.
A total Or 1,0111. % tol 'I' S '!' !.! OK KI.OHIIIV lotTalmadKe Hunt IB reserved toreject
Moore. $831.69 was raised at the rally and Rev. H. J. Blunt :Mary Mlklnka. wlu>we residence l In'I. Joe O'Neal', whose reellence any or all hlds.ftlnte "

1 club will meet at the home pastor stated: "We want to thank each and every one, white and 1)11(11), : I Street Ua k io...t, (L'ali- Is unknown: Himri lleiiarttnenl. .Florida
torn ,,: to onNoember ... s.: it..I"M" ..
You are required appear (hnlrmanl 18 I' l -
T N. Norman on Friday colored who helped us to raise this money." Among the gifts ackonw- You are required to appear on 22n,. 1948 In the .abovonamed <>......t... Susie. HtitliTCHr nah.r. .
t, At this time Miss Dorothy ledged from white friends :November.: 23ml 1! 48. In the nbovanamed Court and cause wherein :at '-1:11: ,
: from wherein
were $23 Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Court and cause plaintiff seeks divorce and change ,

home demonstration agent $20 from Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Norman. $14 from Mr. and Mrs. plaintiff seeks dtvorre. nradfordfounty 0 f name. Hradfordf'oimty "
to make Telegraph shall. publish thin 'I I l\ ('''U'II'I' .
low the ladies how ( Tvli-nrapli shall publish this rol ill Sit tllPOIIIII'OI '
M. U Lawson and $5: each from the A&P and Reddish Dairy. Order In next four week I liwueB.WltneBM tinier In next four weekly Issues.Witness 'STY, Fl.WIIIIItt IN .IINCKHV. -

{!books. The church treasury now has a total of $1,500: toward the new my hand antI offlrlnl. OcLoberOFFICIAI. seal l my hand and official seal THRU of the American Potash Producer
at Stark. Florida lit Slsrke, Kloilda' this October!i I Mary Sue 1.1>xvIn, Plaintiff, v... K.d-: ,
building which will be built of concrete blocks. The Pleasant Grove 55. 1944. 20. 144*. ward M. Lewis, Defendant. Cane No. Potash Chemical Corporation
American &
; .T. ThomrtnAn the
( OFFICIAL II.! ;.\I.) A. J. Thomas. I
Remember" Church Is located of said .'nurt. 8869.OIIIH'.M
to on the Brownlee Cleik
fcn't Forget
Clerk of said
nV III.ICflOV AMIIMH I Potash of America and
Bv Haven Croxliy. I>. I"ourt'l the Company ,
fhrlHtmaa Shopping thome Florldn It v Haven Crosby. I > > TO 'P..ta: SitSPATE
jour .._ Rav Selden Daytona llvuvli John .T Henderson Knii.'Sl. Auitlmtine ,, OF FIjORIDA to Potash their
---- 11-13 : the United States Company, through
f Auto Supply. Atiyn. Plf. 4t
& for ,,
Florid ,i iAtlys. I'dwa'd: :M. Lewis, whoso residence. ,
I I FOOD SALE for I'lf. 4t ll-JI: ,: Is 122 Kast !Main Street, Klktor. consumer service organization The American
CommissionersSeveral iriHii IT ('0' Ill'. mi 'I>FOIIII >I __ Maryland' :

The New '01 %TV. .'..0nl.1 l> CH ,>- :s OTU'HKffertlvo You are hereby required tn appearon ", Potash Institute are constantly endeavoring to
Congregational Methodist : as of this date October137th l>.*... mber it. I 1144, In the above
GIVES'FAST Church three miles Northof individual property lle'niy'N Merrier Plaintiff vs.. AlmaMerrier. I 194S I nlll not be responsible nnmed Court .nnd cause, wherein make the use of this necessary plant food more efficient
Kefemlant. <'545 'Jl. 11896. for debts Incurred
owners appeared before the Boar-1 any by any other plaintiff seeks divorce attorney's
Starke on the Jacksonville ORI>KK or PI ni.ir "TiovM person on my account.. i I fees, ..I(I. Itradforf1! and economical. Cooperating with Federal
I of County Commissioners November \ <%4 TirH TO. %PPK"H H 11-1H :X..: D. Walnwrtaht Jr.OIIIIKII I I County Telegraph" she II publish this '
II highway Is holding a hotdog and \, 1st to protest the final surveyI 5 1' A T H 0 K .. ..on... V lolAlma Order In next four weekly I IssuesWltneFs I and State Agricultural Agencies in laboratories

RELIEF Merrier whose renldence In.rlo : ..... PI III.KTIO> mv haul, and, offIcialseal '
hamburger sale this I of the route of the new Bayless lledford. and experiment stations, the Institute helps pro-
afternoon Miss 1). narnard 41 I ,\M) OIMI TO \IM-I\II:. nt ",,,.k,'. Florldit" this November ,
JIDOR3LETS when COLD Friday, at the Church. The pub. Highway. St., I:tart fiurd. Connect: 'ut : TO: \\ii lions I II 1. I I..hl.'h....... residence A, 19\! \it. I mote scientific research and field demonstrations (
You are required to appear Is State of Indiana: (lIfo'o'It.'I-\I. Si'}.\ 1.) A. J. ThornnsAH .
MISERIES STRiKe lic Is invited. Some farmers along the route :November.: 22nd 194*. In the whereinplaintiff .abovenamed \i iut. are hcieby iiutlfli-d that n I Clerk nf said, Court. Mvhich wilt result in practical recommendations

felt that it took too big a slice Court nnd cnun petition has been filed In the Clruit Tiv Itnven Crosby, I*. C
-- peeks ijlvon-e 5. rare, runtodv .. Couit, of Klorldn, ICIwhth Ju, out of their property but the & rnnlrnl' of tho -thrm rhlltlren. I Circuit i i In and for HrndfordCiMinty. Atlys. for Mr._, 11-6 4t ll-3ll '
I llrndfordCounty u I In it publishes regularly for the official
Commissioners after hearing: all Telea-raph Khali publish thin. Chmiceiv' In I Hint certain I I ,

concerned decided to recommendthat ... weekly InmieB.WltnenK t ciiiiie entitled\ I In He: l<:ilsabethKnahlviV : ix ciiti-iir IOIIIT. \iiFoiut. called
Ord r In next four I'liilnllff, I I versus William I I : agricultural advisory forces a magazine
.. _
seal! (01 Nil ..
offlc-lnl '
hand and .IUI" C''ii Sl"l
4iTI of conduct and with no changes be made In th" my If llcuhler I, I liefvndant, Kill for Partition .
dealing better OitoberOFFICIAI (
lit tirkf' ,: Florldii this I wherein and,, whereby. lOllxa-:I I Keller Crops u'itb' Plant Food.
survey as determined by the 15. 11H.! 1.1111. Smart. Plaintiff, vn. J"ck
and licth partition, .
I thoughtfulness in lieahlnr seeks
# economy all our A J. Thomas. to the Stuart Hefendnnt. ,4'HHe. Nn. n State Road Department.It ( 8RAT.1 ) followhiK I I ti estrI. l.t property situate t I For YOU. using potash in the fertilizer to feed I
II serving-these mack t 7e reputable Ai Clerk of mild Court.H.v In Bradford .I >*:i< OF Hrin.ic-riov ANI:
County !Klorlda
out that no road Haven Cronby. I'. C'. I :NOTICi': TO S l'Pil Sit the Institute maintains a staffoftralned
was pointed The Kast: .
quality of this well known firm.J One-half ( KVt\ o I of the your crops
Klorld !STATIC' !
I \ ttuv Pelden .0,1"" ton. tleahi '.... OF KI.011IOX to: '
could be hardsurfaced througha 11-12 South .Ion. quarter I Atly for Pit 4t the North Cast one quarter (:NKLi: : i ) Smart whose reHldence Is: lOll I agronomists are at your
Moslev, Street, ,
thickly settled section without IV ('IIU'\ I'r fOI NT. Hit\1)1"01111 nnd three' < 3) acres In. the South 1 You are hereby 'iyr'r.ss required. to tlHorirln sppenron : I'I for you free literature from official sources
J *I hurting some property ownersIn West ((8\\ ) corner of the Mouth
December 6, tHft! .
('0' %'IV. r'l.OIIIU t| IV fllN- Ku..t one iiuarter (HF.v' > nf the In tho shovenamed and
other Court, soul wherein/ telling how to large yields good quality
the loss of land and in- IKIIY. North Kens one quarterNKHof( ..,,. cause grow
conveniences. However it was felt :Nellie: James. Plaintiff. vn. Pavld.TameB. lion. an. Township 7 South flange plaintiff seeks divorce und reBtorntlon of and maintain soil fertility. Motion pictures
of maiden Ttrndford. crops
DEWITT C. JONES( .llefendant Cane No. AI04.oiii 23 East containing; twenty-throe name I ,
that the Increase In land values >ic ii of PI-HI.irvnovAM < Flu (countv Teleiirnph. shall publish this soil and deficiency and
I 3TARKEINTEGRITY PHONE 7 ) VOTH'IJ TO ..si'rititS : | Older, In next four weekly issues.Witness .. on crop symptoms
would hereby
as a result of th! highway You are, therefore, required -
'I' A '1' K ttV Kl.Olllllt lot to be and appear before the my hand and official means for determining them as well as films on
AMBULANCE SERVICE more than make up for any loss. David James, whose| reHldence In. :Clerk of this Court on the 8th dav seal. I at stnrke' Florida this November I'
unknown: ft. 194M.l'FI"II'IAI.. good soil can be obtained from the
W. W. sanitarian of December 1B41 nnd tn show management,
Funeral Director Thurmond You are required to appear on ....u... why saId petition Bhuuld nutbo ( KT;) A. .1. Thomas.
November 22nd. 1848. In the above An Clerk of snld Court. Institute without charge upon request for showing
with the Bradford Health Department it""'t..d
named Court and cause wherein .. ,. I ltv Haven Crosby D. C.
IT I IH OHDEKKD that thi noticebe '
Our local funeral home enables Zach H. Doiiwrlns, (O .507 Lynch I teachers of vocational .
ut to appeared before the Board plaintiff. seeks divorce. JI.ad'.rd published once a week for fourronsectitlve by county agents agriculture
offer conveniences ('otinty Telegraph. shall publish thin, weeks In the Bralf.irdnewspaper nnlldintc.I Jacksonville, Florida'
and services nol In regard to chlorination of the Order In next, four weekly Innuea.Vltncnn buvlnn sjenernl clrcul'i-. I Attys.. for [,1'.__ 11-5 41 11-26 and responsible farm organizations.. .

otherw'st available. effluent from the sewage disposal \ my hand and offlrlal seal tlon In Itradford County Florida Il
at Htarke, .Florida thin October This. a.lrd due of Ortober., 1A44.fOKKICIAI. .
plant In Starke. If this was done lA Potash Serif You Writeut.'AMERICAN
21. 1944.WFFICIAI.. SKAI.: ) A. J. Thomas, AUTOMOBILE .
furnish the hlghes: type service at the lowest prices an] the State Board of Health would SEAL) A. J. Thomas Cleric. Circuit Court' ttrsdford County -
A. Clerk of Bald. Court.By Klorldn. I'\- Haven Crosby D. C. LIABILITY INSURANCE! I : t
pt ANY Ufa Inauraiic policy in force. Issued by ANY com make further surveys of the .water Haven .Cronby t>. ('. 10-39 4t 11-19 J ,

In Sampson Lake with a 7arh H. HiMiKlun IIO -1I07 Lynch Although not onmpulsony It Is '
at in In full funeral.
y payment part or on a Consultation IlulldlnaJnckKonvllle. Florida< l\oruti.1Nnile POTASH INSTITUTE (
view toward placing drainage 4t 11-12 much safer to carry IJahllltv ,
ell no obligation. Atty for PIt. Is hereby, .given that the ,
wells there, Mr. Thurmond stated. nndcrslKlied Is enajaved. 'In lumlnessunder Insurance. I represent. only old
iv c-incrrr (-01 liT. nntnponn the fictitious name of Starke I .
Commissioner E. L. Crawford ('0' N'l'V. FlORIDA IN CIIANKr'neBt :Motor Court at the follow-In ad. line. reliable! tock rompanlos!' I.. 11"Si..ecothSc..N.W..Wa.bioltoo.6D.C. ,

1BUILDERS' was appointed to meet with the (''':''Y. ; dress: Temple Ave, HtarkiFla., Your' business. will be appreci
C. Lowe! Planllfff,' .... Helen and Intends: to register the snld. I I "S Member Csmpws/Sii, ... I
City Council and request that thU J. Lowe. _>.femtant ('ae No $S 2.OIIDK.lt fictitious name In the office of th, ated. .

.. ...' chlorination. started.-*:. : Of PVIIf.l: VTIOV (' the circuit. Court. uf f"i'adv 129V.. Call Street "I' AMIRICAN POTASH A CHIMICAl COR POtAtiON. I .
AMI4ITIfK. TO l'IMltHM kc.'Jn: '. .
I1.RLW.tIi ford Fla.. V :
:: By unanimous vote the Board '! SPIt Or' ..OR ,n tot Oeoriro" 1(. Hunch, Temple Ave., Opposite. Bradford Co. Telegraphl I

awarded the fuel oil contract for' Helen J. Lowe, whoxe renldi-noit I.II la I'1tn.k..FI... 10-22 4t 11-12 STATES POTASH COMPANY '
I "'IoorlngSiding Framing '. Month Oxford IStm-t New: York 'hon 151 i
road maintenance equipment to Nest York : .
You required. to appear on IV" (.tl1'II'r sot ar. lilt \l>FOItllIOII N. D. Wainwricht. Jr.
Sash Doors AHbeatoaShingles are .
1<:. G. Duncan. .
S November 22nd 1948. In the above > .- .HU. Si l > ctt S- 1L. .. l
.. &: Siding (Asphalt Previous action of the Board In plaintiff mimed Court neekn nnd dlvorre.cause. FtrHdfordiniiity wherein I Joyce (..>rralne Manual 1'1..I"tlCt.1 ... .

ShJnglen Steel Caseinent'BrickSandGravelCement. voting to refund 75 percent of .' Tt'lHirraph. hall publish. thin vs. .iui. roes flit utaIi., liefvndant. Case -

a !'Florida Plastics' 1917 taxes ,rd-r In next four, weekly NO. 6911.oIIIiiI.
was Wltnenrf my hand and .. : 0.' PI'III.I(' s'riisv ."> lMtriiKTO >

rescinded. it !Sinrke' Florida. this/ I."u"'j I'1'.: "uHTATK

Metal Si Composition Roofing 15. 1944.! UK KlsUllHA to:
I ttFh('iCi.t. 1'1/.0\' / T.) A. .T. Sirt Jiimes tll., II lilt II. whose residenceand .

Mouldlniri.. Screen Wire I Buy Haile PlaceMr. An Clerk of said ('""rt'l udilrcBB Is: Serial No. 0875524/ (
Shoru Williams Bv Haven Cronby r>. : "overnor'H ,iBlniid., N. V. :
Xmh If liouwl.iB nn.1-107: LynchHulldliiHT. You are hereby required, to appearon .

J PAINTSPaint I and Mrs. Raymond Sauve I Jnckvonvllle, "Florida Uecember 6. 194*. tn Iho .above
Altyn.. for Plf. 4t I 1112IV I named" Court and cause, wherein .
formerly of Mich. .
Your Rouse ..IIlRB.XKSIORSE: Detroit have plaintiff seeks .11 v.... Bradford
purchased the former W. H. Hallo CIIKTIT ('.11 tar Illl tltKOIIIIOI County, Telegraph' shall publlnh this
l'IiY By The Month HOME: WATER SYSTEMS;: cabins and restaurant the (' >'I''''. KI.OIIIIIll" IV ":11 \''\1- Order" In net, four weekly IBBU.S.
near hand, and official
( KIIY.Inttlirl: Witness my
north city limits on Route 2.O0. Krlhnrne, Plaintiff' v... Steven seal at !Starke, Klorlda this NovemOKKICIAY ig4YWI4NKFUZ
I Joe Urlbarne: Defendant. CaveVo. .
Mr. and Mrs.!' Sauve and their : (194.OHIIFO. i (::. 8ICAI.) A. J. Thomas.

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES daughter, Gerry will operate the OK PI'I1MCTIOVAMI As. Clerk of said Court.
0. C.T. !.
VOriCH TO AI'PHAIt 1 llv lilt v..n Crosby. \ :
I place and announce the opening .. l-andrum, Starke. Florida
h.utn: Arrom (1 r \ -r : Or" FI.OHIII t. tot
From S. A. L. Depot Delivery Service recently. They have done extensive Steven Joe Rrlbarne, whone renldenre A.l1).... for I'll- M-6 4t ll-a

.In: 105! HlKhlnnd. Drive, Iukernfleld. .
remodelling since purchasing California: :\ollce. To Contractors FOR AMERICA'S : I

the property about a month ago. You are required to appear on Office of lit. "MintH' ....d "' ".''" ..?' _
:November.: 22nd, 1918 In the above TallMhasse r lortaa __ FINEST BUS SERVICE
I I The Siiuves' are well pleased 'lamed Court and Cause. wherein %...emher :U.fnnBtrncllon lhit4 _

.-. THREEROOMS with the Florida climate and say plaintiff neck divorce. Tlradford -.'...,...... Alii PrasimmHnnln.t
oiinty Telegraph nhnll. publlnh this' bills will he received. nt
I that no one will ever get them Ord-r In next four w.eklv IHBUWB.Wltnenn offic- from Qualified Contractors -
| to spend another winter in the my hand and official neal until, 1030:: A. !M. ( H. H T.) on
( I North. it Ctarke, Florida, thin October the 23rd: day" of November 194H, for
i !9. un.OFIo'ICI.f..
construction of the
i SKXL' ) A. J. Thomas the
1 An Clerk of nald.. "ourt. Aid' l'rnJeetsI'.dernl : .
Aid "u.onlnVy' PriJ.it %n.s.iCti.
Hy Haven Crosby Ii. r.'R'h
: iii' : : : Job No. 2*0 .20" State Road ----c-"N 'p1vI
H IioiiKlaH, ISOS-r>07 Lynch \
No. I II, Hrndford County, .
1 There will be 'Iii Id Inir. JaokHonvllle, Florida.Ut3rs. 6j ,
a working at the Hampton and Mute' Itoad No. 100. :
tar [ IC. 4t 11-12\ k
Kingslcy: Lake Cemetery on Woik connlBtn of the constructionof !
$$395'I 1 Saturday Dec. 4. All interested iv ('incirr 1i-1.;; ;; nittnronii a B" 11HST. .pavement" |14' wide; ;
three concrete box culvert brldirenMinnH ;
I '! persons are asked to come and '.00'.I'.onl"1 rHV.rnniph. I' 4-IIAV- drainage structures, and In. "

I I bring the tools. Work A Pl",on, Plaintiff.. VB. llel.n I II cldrntiil, Item The npt totnl l-nitth 11 :r
Full eceaary M. Plxnri.: flefeiidlnt Cane: No. 03.niniKii In 4 20* miles. A certified check In
; will begin Saturday morning and 0..' HI 111.irTIOV the amount of to.000.00) will be re

PriceY dinner will be served on the I AMI VOTICI.! 10 '.'..F..I '

.. T ., 'r.: OK KI.OMII> \ .niTIelen .-n. J __':'7't11.Iri"I: .._ -.., .,
grounds at noon.Building ir. Dixon whose last known

"entd 'nce and address. IB. 324 Oakwood .
Avenue. Marietta. Ohio:
PermitsThe You are required to appear on PROTECTAND
i November 2nd ItIS. In the above
named Court and cause wherein
following building permitswere plaintiff .....k. ..Iv".,.... flradford ,

recently Issued by the Cityof County Telea-raph shall. publish this I
Order In next, four weekly. InauesWltnens =
< Starke: my hand. and official seal ,

: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cox moving 20.nt Htnrke 1544.OFFICIAL. Florida this October BEAUTIFYYOUR

I SRAL> A J. Thomas
a camp Blanding building to (
: A. Clerk of said Court.
..'.,,.",.t.""''>'ot>'''J, t property on Lake St. By Haven Crosby. D. C. CAR'S Over here we seem to have

.L """ ''' John J. Henderson E.q. at. Augustine. _'u-u
L "- ... :::'.,.:.:r.'a:...:...$. Florida. ,,_ the most of the good things of
m ('IRrt .'r
roriir. HH\I>KOHIUNTV > I Attys. for Plf. 4t 11.12

....... <0/1', """ ,\_ ( .'LOR.II.', IM (i4i.EHY. : INTERIORWITH ti life safe, warm and well fed.

Annaoelle Brown Ellerts Plaintiff. KLORIUAI" IV' CHANCERT. c There's
"". Olenn T. Kllerts, Defendant. thing too, we can
I' ''i 0 h..... you cu, Mf H, .? the ..... lay It if asliv.redf' This If Ca'.e No 1121. Walter Allen Plrkens. Jr.. Plaintiff '--.e-- smile about
''I., of the f ORDER Of PCnLICATlOV ADNOT1CK : vs. Ernestine McManun Dickens, Defendant our great and ease of travel.
famouf. Greyhound
..'...."' ...1 .....Iu. ra.fabticataij biiildiagt. which TO APPKAH Cans. No *0t. COLORFULLASTING

_l(1 become flats4 far thus low price .mt .ilsaiihin variety af .-..... STATE OF FUJfUDA torOlenn ORDER or PVHI.ICATIOV transportation, for example! is just as popular' and generally .
'. T. Ellerts. who. residence ANn VOTICR TO APPEAR
c.Uriaf ,it af h5 sitlin' !. Flaar ara US TtVG. Windawt sri 4 lita unit address la.,t known I Is 1901 St. STATE Or KLOHIIIA .O| enjoyed as a Thanksgiving turkey. It lets us '
.*i" ta.. Di_...,. in 12 ."11_. at fellawii. 2 floor faction, Lawrence Htreet. Helolt Wisconsin. : Ernestine. McManus Dickens whose g
'.o' You are hereby to appearon last known residence and address everywhere over myriad routes when MT
Mctiant, 4 wall lactiont, 2 ..bI. ....... Two I6ft.m32't! building. December t. ;::1.UId[ above Is 115 N. Moor. m., Sanford, North PLASTIC we choose I

"ok'" a truck load Jain with Man. anil neighbor in py ha is9 and namd plaintiff('curt seeks and divorce.cause, ttradford wherein Carolina You are: required to appear on through frequent day and night schedules fg / /Wi$

"Co trucking CO," t. bore minimum.FOR County Toleirraph shall publish this November 22nd 1949 In the above and at lower 11111111N
Ord r In next four weekly" Indue.. named Court and cause wherein SEAT COVERS cost than any other form of i

Witness my hand and official plaintiff seekS divorce. llrndford travel. We \
COTTAGESCAMPS seal at "'*rk.. Florida this County Telegraph. shall publish thin. can well afford a little thankfulness -a--, '
b.r 1. 1449OFFICIAL NO".I Order In next four weekly I."...... ,
( REAL' ) A..J. Witness my hand. and official seal 50AH for this old transportation favorite "U'I III
An. Clerk of said Court. : at Htsrke, Florida this October (

FARMS WORKSHOPS I Hy Haven Prosbjr, D. C. 20. 1944. GEflOUND.that .,,
John J. Henderion" E" tin. Florldl.Atty As Clerk of todd. Court.
: *. for Plf... 11-3 4t ll-2 Sty Haven Cro.by. D. C. more of the best in travel. :

STORAGE MOTELS .1 John J. Henderson Rmri., tit. Augustine .
Florid. -
nr CIHWT rot HT.
nnAO"OAO .
,, AttY.. for Plf. 4t 11.12 .
rof "1IY. FLOKIMAI IV!' "
til: A* .
Huge CER, V. I Leather Trim ,
Selection! Building Materials I r.% CtRCriT; COIKI', RRtDe-ORD :
Dorothy Marraret Martin Tlalntlff.i iCOI-VTY. rLOHIDAl IV. C5A4.tEStY. .
v*. a.or.UII.m( Martin Defendant ., -

crane or N x PipLICTfn 1912.OHIIKH ... AVn!' I Lewis, Brown. Plaintiff vs. Myfa M.1'rown. .

Buildings of all Types NOTICE TO 4rpK 'H I Defendant Cane No 9I7. STARKESeat

Cpts. Mo*, thru.Saturday 8 ...... fa 5 .... Clafad Sandayl. .orae William Martin. whona rev- !' .VOTICR TO APPEARS GREYHOUND
Idonce and adiiren !I.: J5<5 Rant: l STATION
11th Street. Brooklyn. New York: Myra M Brown, whose residence U Cover _
You are hereby required tf. appearon unknown!
Deremher .. .1949. In th. above You are hereby required to appearon j jj Ave.
Temple Starke
named Court and "au.. wherein November I}, "4>. In the above COMPANYCorner Fla. Phone 147
nlnlnrlff.. *...k. divorce. nradford named Court and cause wherein
County Telearaph shall publish thin"Orn plalstlff seeksdivorce.. Bradford
'r In next, four weekly limuea. County Tel.nraph shall publish this Court Madlnn!
Witness. my nand and official Ordr In next, four weekly Issues. Phone 10 Slants GOBY
eal at "'.rk., Florida this Novem Witness my hand. and official' GREY HO (I N D
ber t. 1544OFFICMI. seal at. Ptarke, Florida. this 17th .. .. '
( SEAL) A, J. Thomas of October 1t41. S .Jl.'i ,-'_._ .':'.. aI

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;';'N I.:, _"'RlH.son____ <::mnm 12. 10lR BR.\nroRi COUNTY TELEGRAPH.- STARRY-- FLORIDA ...:.... - -.1-. r .1 .1.raI \\
.l ; ---- I V a 'lInaa ,
' TheressaBy Miami aft,. ,0 tbttr I
1' 'ththr endir.r
1.X Alias Eva Mae Trlcut, A L SUnll'an al\nll\! ,,

I . . Miss Ehzabel
Mrs. H. Barnett and Mrs. Willie here Gainesville 'pent the Phi!'
with '
11111 of Jacksonville were Thurs lips and her (alhn.D.
day visitors of Mr. and Mra. R. Campy;
I M. Heraey and family.We Mr. and MriChildren (!. !Me
IFt and> !
HOMECOMING are very aorry* to report Ir Ca'Visiting
that Felix Sullivan Is very ill and end. relative. reai'!
we all wish him a speedy recovery.Mrs. .
J. Swindell Mr end t
t was a business 'O
visitor to Lake City Thursday. water last turn >M')*;sU,:
Miss Irene Cochrane Miss Eva week
Mae Trlest, Correy Veale and W S Slbl\
I Ir Thomas Barnard attended the A. L Sullivan 1G.!
i 111\
fair in Gainesville. Tuesday after and Mrs. Mabel) Di
Ero J. tUIUvlII p t
noon. N.
i Mrs. Ben Loper and children Heights SUnday JiaYllltn enehep
r P. M. and Mrs Dan Loper and son were Mr. and Mrs
NOVEMBER 12 8:00 visitors of goRaeR\
4i, FRIDAY --- Thursday. H.Kelsey In Hampton of Mr. and Mrs.A. Sunday Starke night attended tbill(

Don'tforget Prayer meeting Mr. and Mrs
each Wednesday night at Hope and son o( Starke PeltJ
Baptist church. Everyone wel- parents Mr. and>

come.Mr, and Mrs. Ben Loper and Sunday and family and atteni1e4 ICo
I children,and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Don't night
B. H. S. Lake Butler Bradley attended the fair in and church forget each Slll1dty
vs Gainesville Friday night. to attend
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and Mr. and Mrs J .
daughter Ruth and Grace DickInson daughter of Hampton y A I(
attended the fair.In Gainesville day atternoo
Friday night. Swindell, and H.viitapet E. (
J. C. Cochrane and daughter

Everybody Out weekend Irene and visitors Junior of Hersey Mr. and were Mra. ;;;04q.
( ... Murray Moultrle,Castleberry Ga. and son i in rr '

Walter Swindell returned home we'll maki
1u Saturday: from the Lake City
n hospital where he underwent
t : t# temporary treatment.
Mrs. Elmer Powell of Miami I
Is spending a few days with her
ADULTS / STUDENTS sister, Mrs. E. S. Sibley and tam
Sunday visitors of Mrs. S. R.
Swindell were Mr and Mrs. W. C.
r; 75c ( 55c Rhoden Mr. and Mrs Kirby from yoursSnapshot (
.-. Swindell of Starke Mr. and Mrs ntg
I fr Levy Forsythe and daughter of
Jacksonville and Mrs. John Jor
Stop i in and sse ft,.
'I{, wt dan and daughter: of Alachua.
Mrs. S. W. Griffith and children IWtdejigoj.Yfti'llIt,
"personal towcKVsP!
: ; ;: Greeting Card|
t .j'' : pricei-prompt HflaJ;
f,, ? pop
F. JOLLY TIM! Hollywood tie
II L 1948 m..oaa & Gift Shot

i Call 'lrf l it
; j ,
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-------- -- Kenneth Johns-Guard
Dan I'rk'ltt CenterGO

TORNADOES! -------- -- It's A Fact .


: OCTOBER 29 --- P. K. YONGE _ HERE ---- -

;! A Good Team Your Backing Means A Lot

x Deserves Your Support NOV. 5 --- SAINT LEO 20 - BBS 6 See The Game Tonight HOUSEHEATINI



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; FIRESTONEI ruuu mrfjjfjtea OBWY c

i Florida Bank at Starke TIRES *MM'"
: : F.D.l.C. FANS TO TURN OUT AT THE GAME Everybody Out

'; For The Game Tonight!

.', I WE'RE WITH YOU.TORNADOES! FLORIDA & RITZTHEATRES If You {Want{ A Winning Team Todays best washer hii//

% ANDREWS MOTOR CO Give. Them Your Support!

s .

__ Eat 'em Up, AND AUTO SUPPLY
EI SIMPSON' Let's Fill The Stands r,
For Tonight's Game America'* fineilL

WE'RE PROUD OF OfjR TEAM; AND STARKE We'll Be There .low-priced washer .
OUR NEW'LIGHTING SYSTEM: AT Starke Coca-Col a Bottling -genuine Maytag in ,

Good Luck, Team!

V4. Bradford Hardware Co. TORNADOES!
You're familiar with M.,
Clean 'em i
Up, Tornadoes .
SEE YOU AT TilE GAME "" ta excellent reputation. I
Now, .. .
DRIGGERS I com and tot n
Support The Team! SPORTING GOODS Just like we clean J those spots out of younelf the tauar. faatar j
the clothes you bring us quality washing action of.th...
whila you me. aaiy
SLADE GAS fleto fflet/tod liberal monthly trade-in.term.Stop with I in today a'
I COMPANYAWe'Tre for a demonstration.THI .
; We're All Pulling ,. ill" -

For The Tornadoes
' Type Of .
Yourself Before And
",1 I GEORGE KOPELOUSOS Torode Chevrolet Co. After The Game With

': + \ Bring Home The Bacon,
E. F. MILES. Distributor
Mow 'em Down
<\\d Ifs A Pleasure TORNADOES
...n l I' SETZER'S afaUtHun.Kpianaluminumtub MAYTAO MAn.. OM* THi wtthUrf. *._..Iholds pybu....
REFRIGERATION GRILL more; '.. .onac fast. dli.l.a SJ J54walar -
.' .1 OLSON'S SUPER STORES hot k>D..r. 'loV_ Cyratoa1 sctw*
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