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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 19, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Trounce Lake Butler 27-0; TELEGRAPH

BRADFORD COHN TY


t Lake City 19th; Green Cove 24th I



.J,', IImdrp\(\ pasR-happv I I' Official Countu Publication Established 'In 1877

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,, 'II Homecomlnlt' tiltIt \'OLl'JIo: SE\'E.si-oo.: t: ST.UtKLOIUlU FRIDAY. NOVEMBER: 19. 19-13 NUMBER .VC

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''x'th ,It mldn't it It have had been been I Alvarez Counsel I I Camp Blending Closed To Hunters

r Hollywood interceptions script 'II WOE IS WILLIE I I

u I pass
ot play I Itrill' f I
minutes

tpr, 't'"!taMping for Starke breath Enters. lotion II I- Willie the \Vbistle stood .trlal night's delegation said, "Let It I Gen. Lance Says- ; Season Opens 24th
with
I
ended
gamt I I I for his life again Tuesday night ho piped to. those folks' who toted
,. 21-0 score.
long "d of a and lost! I for It If they are IIO! fond ot I Thousands of Florida nImrods In a lang distance call to the

e !-IlIn". played itself out For New Trial I Willie will blow no more for I bet It w9111d b. R It'l i arc oiling their guns this weekend Telegraph Thursday mornlnlr

the first! half doggedly/: 1f hp does the City of Starke may I story Lt they lived as close tOo the In anticipation of the !Itate's! gen- Brig. Gen", Mark V Lance, State

,:; IhE Tornadoes to a scorer find Itself enjoined from tooting thing as we do." I crab hunting season which opens
Britt
the first two quarters AlvArrz. StArke farmer ad- Wednesday, Nov 21. Opening AdJutant General announced that
r the time signal on the grounds Councilman Levy CAnOYA
the half ended the Tigers wall here IAllt convicted In of Circuit Court that It !Is a public nuillance.I mitted that he was jarred by.the and closing dates, set by the the Blanding reservation will be I

threatening a touchdown try Into the Frldrty' "forcible en- I Thus in one tell swoop was blast when he happened to be State Game Ar: Frt'shVater Fish closed to all game hunting this
I' possession elf lands
line.
rks" 8 1:1: yard and tenements of Itnoth<<,r. After wiped out \\'llIIe'lI! glorious victory driving by the light plant at blowing Commlslllon, are substantially! season This applies to military
second holt was another at the polls In November 9'. a time one dny Other wltnu- identical In all districts for the National Guard
deliberating 30 minutes IIlxmn and personnel as
a >
however, with Tornado I special election ,when 426 Stark ...t'S. not residents at the neighborhood first time In history.
jury returned the
verdict of
IfUlltv well as civilians, Gen Lance
IImm" Hobbs pouring In against Alvarez, abut freed his I Ues voted In favor of blowing the but who testified' for tho Throughout the state the deer
:.
and the Tigers :( to 41 electrician J. ends 5 and statPd.
res'r"pS" ".. .- two linn. Herbert ald F.ulene, signal against.Proving ninintiffs were n'l season January turkey

,.nel" ,= \ '"t1. .... .: who wets IIIMO bring tried on the but neVer out, a delegation of 4lie Both sold they had heard the I QUAil and squirrel season extends vation was made because of .the
Lake Butler's kick at whistle at close while doing to Feb. 20 In the Third District
er same charge.The property owners In \V1I1! 1I near range various civilian and military ac-
:art .t the third quarter .3 mss: \ r vicinity appeared before the City some work at the light plant (Vest Florida), but closes Feb. tivities now In progress, Gen.
information filed
passed from scrimmage against Council Tuesday night asking r""entlv and that It wall really: 1 In all others. Lance Bald, and also because the

nklt'l for a net gain of 50 I I Alvarez afld the young men hyState's that, In spite af the election; the "tt"rrlflc". The Second District, which includes National Guard Is conducting a
first VERSOS CROSRY!' dependable Attorney T. E. Duncan a
setting up Starke's whistle be silenced, at leallt, until usr't't'stlon8 as to what to do DradfQIJI l and surrounding campaign for trapping predatory
carried Tornado halfback, accounted was that they "on the 9th at Sep.tember -
'awn which was i 1913 the dulct't-toned one that the City' with the whistle included moving (counties will afford some of the animals that destroy genie, There
for two of Starke's touchdowns did forcibly enter
bY V'rnon Crosby. Hazen'stl In the Homecoming last Into the possession, of lands and has on order from the"Florida i It to some other part at town best hunting In the state this Is danger that bird dogs might
game
Winkler for the extra Friday tenements of another, to wit: east: Coast Railroad arrives to I (but where, no one said), placing season according to a statement be caught in these traps if allowed -

was Incomplete. I I the lands and tenements of RIll'kJont'll. rt'placeVlI1le's strident blasts. It on something higher than tho by Ben C, Morgan, director ot on the reservation, Gen.
e Butler took the kickoffs Willie operates on compressed root of the light plant, or aband- the Commlsllion. Squirrel and Lance stated
held and and which lands and tenements "cut loose" to run up on the
own 28, was air and apparently has no the blowing entirely quail! show a decided Increase,
oning
were that part at the west provision curbing in abject confusion. All hunters are asked to cooper-,
blocked
to punt Parkhurst Starke took half ot the east hAlf of the NR for 8tartlng out pianisgimo 3. Startling a housewife In the \Vhat do WI' nerd with 8 while turkey and deer shooting I" ate with the National Guard by
and
recovered and building up tortlsslmo. whistle ?" one property promising, but considerably more out of the reservation
13 quarter thAt \lies South ot thehardsurfaeed process of scrubbing her bath anyway keeping
on Lake Butler's yard I When Willie blows he BLOWS concentrated. it was found. .
for State ROAd 100 In tub to such an extent that she owner asked this season
Carl Carter went over called Sec 22. Township 6 South Range with a blast that one property fell over Into said tub. He wall answered, In effect byA The report indicates moat of
but was
hdown play -LS 21 Fast[ In Bradford County, anti owner says "makell your hair I. Frightening a cat the prop- friend of \VIllIt8 who Asked the quail Increase In Putnam, Gulf Dealers Are
for clipping stand! on end like Little Suwannee and Union
I Orphan counties,
did not, upon demand to vncnte erty of N. D. Wainwright, Jr., indignantly Wednesday morning.
In the fourth quarter Annie's In the comic ,
with In
y strip" Bradford Ala-
ball tram Lake I lS the same" made by Buck .Tones to such an extent that she left \\'hat happened to the whistle ? prospects Honored At Dinner

ran the the 10 In a series the party entitled to possession, More specifically, Willie is home and never 'came bllck. I was late for work this morning Chun Clay, Columbia, and Madi-
46 to son "abut the same as last year". Gulf Oil dealers in the Starke
climaxed by Hazpn'sto vacate such lands and tenements charged with the following ot- On the more serious side, own- ,waiting for It to blow"
,
W8 I within tour days after such d\- lenses: Deer and turkey hunting Is vicinity were guests at a dinner
Phillips which was good ers at property In the neighborhood After hearing the pleas ot
bnnned in Alachull, Bradford
mand." held here in the Robert's Grill
1. Causing a nervous painter that the whistle'll shattering the Council
at the TuesdaY'1I delegation
second score game. say t
and Union, and In ot
Clay
parts Oct., 29, honoring those who bad
;:; bucked the line for The trial culminated an argument tOo spill his paint and almost fall blast Is definitely detrimental voted unanimoullly to discontinue
app Bilker .
Columbia and
I Suwannee.No been associated with the corporation -
point.e of several weeks standing!;: from the ladder. to the ,well-being ot several the signal pending the arrival ot '
deer hunting will be permitted for number of
Butler took the klckotf' In which Alvarez and the young 2. Causing the elderly driver aged and-or ailing residents the more harmonious locomotive in Gilchrist. yeara

5 own 31, was forced to I p co-defendants were charged with of an automobile who chanced to In the vicinity. type whistle which It ill hope The Following dealers were
And !
Squirrel quail hunting In
t l
and Starke took the ball ; i having taken possession ot a pass the light plant just as WIl- I One spokesman for Tuesday will please everyone this district will be permitted awarded plaques In recognition
field for Its third touchdown, I cDlllblnation residence ''and filling!;: at service ranging from 10 to
Vernon : station located on land which I the first five days of the season 28 years: D. O. Stewart, Key

y.at Carl performance Carter carried by ..across'I' Jones bought! from M. M.' and Crawford Heads Noted Speaker Hicks Named and and will be closed! each Monday stone Heights; G B 'Co1800n,

extra point. I Minnie Phillips In 1946. Will Be Heard ,will Tuesday be thereafter. Hunting Brooker; and I. W Wesley, Walcio.
permitted during theeason' ,
ke kicked and stopped Lake In a civil suit brought In Coun The awards were made by S. I.
.
on Its 30. Then began a ty JUdge's court last month a Farm At Rotary ClubCallt. opening and closing day, Monroe, Gulf Oil district manaeel' -, '
well -
Bureau Job as on
For Street as Thanksgiving,
or pass Interceptions that petit jury awarded Jones $110 Christmas, and New ,Years, of JacksQJ\JIUe.(
fans the moat exciting few damages to. compensate him for Freeman Rettster, distributor

P8 of any game here this the loss of rent during; the time ot Gulf OU products In the Starke
E. L Crawford wu elected Sanford Hicks wall named Superintendent Rotarians
Hear l
Carl Edwards snagged a Alvarez was on the property. area, presided over the meeting
'PARKHURST I president of the Bradford County ot Streets by the
Butler pass and ran It back FRANCIS able According to testimony offered Thanksgiving.Message and cave an interesting talk regarding -
Farm Bureau
at
last salary
an organization City Council week at II -
rda. On the next play, Lako Tornado tackle, whdai. block of by Jones Tuesday he rented the meeting held In the courthouse of $200 month. outstanding dealers In
Intercepted a Starke pails a punt in the third quarter ot the property to Jack Ooodge who per the territory, )
Tuesday night. L. L. Renfroe wes
an back 20 yards. On the Lake Butler game set up another moved off and locked the place Hicks succeeda former Council Dealers and reprellentaUves attending
play, Drew Reddish inter.a BtIS touchdOown. I elected vice president and A. Rus- man W. M. Edwards who held Dr, J. W. Kaufman, pastor of -
upon August 1' When he re- sell Norman, eecretary-trt'asurer. then meeting were: Adolf
the Superintendent' job until .the First Presbyterian Church .
up ,
Lake Butler pass and turned tOo the
.property on Sppt Gay, R. R. Cowon". A. A.. Hall
50 for touchdown.Sapp .t. The matter of more and better a September at a salary -of $100 delivered .a Thanksgiving message
It yards a .xr jc 9, Jones said he found that the J. T. Land, W. R. Cook Frank f
rlU1l the extra point. "\ ',t, farming was discussed, and It per month.. However,' It ;was explained to members of the Rotary Club
place had bees entered, and AI..vare Broadway, W. 0. Jones, H. 3.
'
was decided to offer ''to that Hicks will be Wednesday louts
prizes as1 pointing' the
e.. Butler, ran'.the kickoff to ,, )-. ; and, tile ,young m8l\ ..wCI'. MG :$ J..i.lQpoe.r., .. Pat'-
the three Farm BU1"Iau'mem "" IIlpI'rint"nd.nt.and: things. .
;
3 )'ard" line where Glenn there and refused to leave. ve 'l1rktnlt' perky 'for wt.r.\I fl(.. ftter1J.+'ey i M.skx ''if;: Or lint' ". It j
t
ta.
a'' Wh produced thEl" boat crops 'on will operate the city' bulldozer should be thankful? even In these
r, BUS back, Intercepted understood ,
It Is that'Alvarez 1 ton W. C. McCarty, Regt8tel'
pass and returned It for 33a8 a given number' of acres, The end grading machine, as well a. troubled time. f' I ...;
had recently had a survey made number of acres! will be and F. Register, Jr.
the game ended. designated generally supervising the work "Ours I" the only nation that
which
7 purportedly showed that by a committee composed of one hAS an abundAnce of food.thathas '
his Prpvlou'lly!' the City had been I t',
!Statistics! property extended across thehighway business mall, one Farm Bureau paying an operator $1110 per never suffered a' famine," Funeral Monday

titles tarke\O:\ yds.; Lake and took In the disputed member, and the County Agt"nt. month 110 the City Dads 'figure Dr, Knufman said lie pointed
bul1dln However, since title to For Joe Johns
16 '
yds. the In order to put this program that they will obtain the services out that mAny of the advantages

ses attempted: Starke 11, property was not al\ Issue over It will be necessary to raise of a superintendent at a net increase we enjoy over other nations' are
Butler 13 In the case, testimony ot the Bur"eyor Joe Johns, iiI, native of Starke
a good sum at for derived from some Indeflnllble
money prizes in cost of only $20
per
,
was not admIRsable- died ThursdaYhNov. 11, in boa.pital
z,1'JIOMOn a -
sea completed: Starke 1, and 'It Is within
hoped that all businessmen month quality ua that makes us
Butler 7es It was brought out repeatedly at (West Palm Beach after 'g,:
of the able to
community will fed A develop the natural resources -
Captain A. Nichollon veteran
flicks
County
, formerly
was an illness ot
Intercepted: Starke 3, by the State that Jone8 was In able tOo contribute. with which the Creator one year.
Butler 1. possession of the In ot World War I, and Assistant foal Supervisor, resigning that
2 property good The Farm endowed thlll country," \fr. Johns was the son of the
Bureau will start
downs Starke .14, Lake faith and that the defendants had tOo the Vice President The Texas pOllltion a month or 1'100' ago to Herbert Deal, late Johnny and Harriet .Johns.
a drive soon to raise this president at the I
money with the Jlpr-
r7 no right to tresRpass, regardless Company, will address the accept employment and moved from Starke 1:1
Club
1, and, as Bradford County, Is ((1 memo cubes Powder Co, announced that the District years
of title
l.ake C'lty Tonight ti i farming community, It Is hoped bers of the Starke notary Club, Governor, Francis Bridges would I ago to West Palm Beach, where
Judge A, Z. AdJdns granted that all will PRY his official visit tOo the Club I he was, engaged In farming
people
e Tornadoes meet an ott- cooperate Wednesday, November 21, at their ,
Funeral
Lake City team at BradI I counsel for the defense ten days Sunday Tuesday night Nov 30. This He I. survived by his wife, Mrs
regular meeting at the Method.
Park tonight. It has 'been tOo and Including Monday Nov Moose Organization For D. S. Hilliard meeting will tAke the place!' of Ethel Johns one Bon, Earl Johns,

;It season thus far for the I 22. In which to prepare and file i let recreation building Captain I. the regular luncheon meeting of and two daughters, Alma and: j

from Oolumbla High who $PENICJE CREWS hefty 195- a motion for a new trial. In the Nears Goal Here Nlchoson's subject will be "The Funeral services for D. S. 1(1111ard that week. Myrtle, all ot West Palm Beach:' 1

meanwhile, Mr. Alvarez was re- Power and Glory of Democracy". Friday Nov. two brothers, Bert Johns
bowed to Live Oak, Day- I Tornado guard, hall been 80. who died I Starke b
IMalnland'', St. Paul, and playing pound bang-up football this leased under his present bond Great progress has been made He ,will be introduced by Herbert 12. at his home in Jllckllonvllle, Mrs. Lettie Amberson and Frank Johns, West Palm

High Fans are promisedw Ht' Is credited with $;00. In the formation at a lodge and Deal president at the Club. ,were held Sunday afternoon at Beach, and two sisters, M1'II. .Jen- 1

' for their money as the ery year.of Parkhurst.s block recav-1 club of the-Loyal Order ot Moose For the past twenty years the New River Mlslllonary Baptist Mrs. Lettie Kite Ambersan, 1i6, nie Phillips! Baltimore, Mr., and t

does will be out for blood FI'ldaY'1I game.Receives Policemen In Starke, according to an announcement Captain NlchOHon, a speaker ot Church with Rev. Truby Parrishofficiating. died November 11 at her home in Mrs Maude Johns, West Palm 4

ke City will make a vall- I City thlll week by Peter nationwide reputation, hall been i Birmingham! Ala. where she had Beach )

(fort to keep their record I Buvvld, membership director, who addressing large audiences ot executivea Mr. Hilliard was a native or resided for the past 35 years I Funeral services were held at q
Honor
getting any worse than It I Is In charge of the campaign, to and professional men Putnam County and wall a formerrailroad She was the daughter af the late t o'clock Monday afternoon. ln I

I Sam Love ot Ocala brother or Given Raise establish a lodge here. Nearly and women throughout the coun- 8'1'1ploye. Ill' was a rnember Mr, and Mrs. James Kite, farmer West Palm Beach }
50
p final !fame ot the season percent of the requirements try, He has talked on preserving of the Lackawana Missionary rellldMts of Starke.

e played here against Green Mrs. Jessie Young, supervisor or I :I for a Charter have already been the American way of life to industrial Dentist Chureh'in' Jackllon\'lIIe. Mrs Amberson I" survived by Stores To

Sprirgs Wednesday night. Bradford County Schools hass! A $40 per month raise for all met Mr. Buvvtd said. trade, and professional He Is survived by one half- her husband and a daughter Mrs. Close

2t. I been tapped for membership In'! members ot the Starke Police The following citizens of Starke organizations; civic and service brother, C L. Hilliard of Lawtf'Y. Luc1e! Chadwick, both of BirmIngham For Thanksgiving

Blue Key: honorary leadership Department was granted by the have been appointed as a Cen- clubs; military, patriotic, religIous and a brother, Lester

Shoot i i fraternity, at the University ot i City Council at Its regular! Tues- tral Organizing Committee: Har- and welfare groups; and River Kite of Starke. I Following the usual custom t
day night meeting. Request for It'v F. Strong. chairman. Maxie high Schools and colleges In all af Starke business 6
first Florida. He was one ot 12 under- af Key-McCabe Funeral biome. Funeral services were held houses will re-
. turkey shoot at then I graduate students receiving the : the raise .was made by Mayor Carter co-chairman; Lleutt'n- the large clUes ot the United Nov 13 at Ruhama Baptist main closed all day Thanksgiving ;

will\ be held F. honor. I Jake P. Roberts ,who pointed out ante. F. C. Hollingsworth, N. D. Stat"B. His keen sense of humor Church in Birmingham, ,with Dr. Nov. 2'. r
by Harley Club
I that patrolmen work 12 hours a Wainwright Jr., Lax Green TItus and dynamic presentation at economic Motorcycle John L.
If and L basIs I Slaughter oftlciatinK.
B. Edwards at the Selected on the ot outstanding I Olson Shoppers are asked to keep
end of Call St. Friday after- leadership and service day, seven days a week and that Billy Overstreet T.. and philosphical truths Elects Officers Burial was In the Forest 11111Cemetery the- holiday In mind and da their
their scale of \V. Overstreet H. E. Plotts, Har.I have him wide acclaim. I I
present salary won
at t In ,
O'clocok. Only \2 quage to the university. Formal Initiation Birmingham buying early In the week. '.
I Cheaser J.
"ill be used, Mr. Strong' at annual homecoming Blue per month figures! out at $160 I I t ry Any_ of: the Boyer above named Captain NlchOllOn wall educated At a meeting ot the Whispering p .
41."c hour are ---- -
per at the Columbia Pines Motor Club recently
University
Nav. 19. I
I Iey banquet, ''ouAlifled to
Chief of Police W E. Thornton accept new member. School of Journalism, and later an election of new officers for BUNION :
L
THANKSGIVING
I '
ships.
SERVICE
I was raised from $200 to 5210 p..r'' entered/ upon an industrial ca- the next six months took place, 1"

HELLO FOLKS! month and the three regular pa. City To Cease veer He started to work for The Roland Stewart was elected .. _. t

trolmen from $160 to $200. Texas Company as a laborer: president: John Culbertson, vice-

Mowing Lob Soon later as foreman, salesman, educational I I president: Roy DeMllle secretary I

Thomas Named director, personnel director -' ; Jerry Stewart treasurer:

City Clerk Carl Johns an- ; and ia now Assistant to the June CrewlI, road captain: Louis .I

Service OfficerArch flounced yesterday that all per. Vice President.In Meating Sgt.-at-arma; BOob De-

eons wishing to have lots mowed World War t. he enlisted vane, club referee, and J. T. Pol-

Arch Thomas. Jr was appointed by the city should apply before as a private and was honorably lard, club reporter

Service Officer for Bradford next week IUI this service will be discharged with the rank of ma- Two new members, Tom Shears .

County by the Board of County dlllcontinued after that time Jor. He saw active service In And Louis Mealing, were voted

Comm l lonerll In a called meeting practically every sector of the Into the club. Plans were made
,
here Tuesday. He succeeds v v Western front. and was 'varded' : for a dance to be held December

A. L. Crosby, Jr, who bas held eJe2Taph Win Be the French Croix de Guerre and 11 at the USO building. Membqrs i'.il

C the position since It was create two citations by the United of the club are making up a box .il

June 1, 1916.Mr. ubJished Early States. ot food for a needy family In NI

Crosby resigned In order text Week Bradford County for ThanksgivIng. : !

to accept a full-time Jab as ad. Starke Teachers .

mln'stratlve allllilltant for the local All material for publication .The next meeting will be held

w National Guard Company. In 'n the Telegraph nest wewkmtsat Attend Club Meet Tuesday evening, Nov, 23, at .. t

...Y his new pOllltion he will assist boo submitted .rly as the Stewart' Radio Shop.

the company commander and the paper MiD boo published. WN- Members of the Directing J T. Pollard, reporter This year the Union Service of :J
battalion! commander In keeping newly In order that the Teacher'a Club, of which Bradford Thanksgiving

current with administrative work High School is a participating will be held in the '
Thanksglring holiday may boo Draft Board MailsQuestionnaires' Presbyterian Church; coI'ner} U
!
Mr Thomas will handle the af. f-"f'd. school In this Internship of
of 7th and
rj rt>t fairs of the Service Officer from Correspondents. are asked to the State, met Monday evening Cherry Streets, November 25th, from t"

his law office on South Court get their nII Items to na not at the Campus Club at the U ofF 10 to 11 A. 11.'I JI'
Mrs. R. C Dampier of the Selec- '
St, The Service Officer assists later than T..y morning

veterans In obtaining benefits and and we would like to havethem Dr. J. B. White gave a talk on Is tive mailing Service classification office announced questionnaires she. The Rev. J. R. Hill will deliver the 'serm'on and ;

E. presenting claims for their de- Monday afternoon Ifpossible. "Developlng A Curriculum to
\I\ my haste but I just dropped by to remind pendents or themselves.CEMETERY Church notice., not1e- Meet the Present Day Needs of this week to married men the other ministers will take part in theworship.

tnot to forge to enter the Tele aph'8 Turkolo ea of meetings. must be I.a Boys and GirLs". and veterans between the ages ll\

d on page 3 of this Issue. The contest Is bigger WORKING not, later than Monday after.noon Attending the meeting from of Any 19 and questions 2:5.: that arise
better may
than ever this due to wonderful C0- Starke were Miss Della ROllen-
year
ration There will be a working at the on these questionnaires may be All the people of Starke and
by I local merchants and THREE turkeys will Ad'prUmud have their berg, Mrs. Edna Hart Mrll. Ethel answered at the Selective Service vicinity are in- :

rl/fn away to the lucky ,,'Inners. You will have Klngllley Lake Cemetery on Saturday copy In not later than. Tuesdaynoonmooner Sewell, 1011'.1. Kate Shepherd, 101" office upstairs over Setzer' vited to join in this Community Service of

fun working the puules and might wIn a Dec. t. Dinner will be If possible" Justine. Pellum, Mra. Grace 0. grocery or by the registrant ad.vlsers Thanksgiving. If'I'
served on the grounds at noon
r4el' borne and Mra. Jessie
too: Youna' One Wiggins, Guy An- 'i 4t !

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J'';) U r ,, PAnE TAOBradford BRADFORD. COUNTY m_ _TELEGRAPH._______, ST.\RKE. FLORID "RIU.\"" '. O\r...
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)J'J :. in -- I \ Mr and Mrs E. C. Morris and Recent Births I ; ; 1
't's gloom
ei w"1 1
1 I children left Sunday for their
: 'Hi'li With their lofty hymns of cheer.
County Telegraph Clay Hampton home in Pompano after a two I
That is the way the Pilgrims weeks visit here, B. V Saxon Recent births announced by
ESTABLISHED 1877 E. U. MATTHEWS. OWNtR, -EDITOII I By Mr*. M. C. Sweeney accompanied them for a brief
Shadycrest Hospital:
who our first
fly tiara Burgess Mohr landed gave us
yt0 Published Every Friday and Entered M Second I ron'a, Nebr. Thanksgiving. They sang In the visit.Friends of Clarence E. Adkins Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gibson I FAR THE.1VER.ICE

Claw Matter at the Poet Office at SUrke, Fla. . ., storm as they landed that bleak PLAY TO BE PRESENTED: will be glad to hear that he Is Loudon of Keystone Heights, a \
The Hampton Home Demon- daughter, Harriet Amanda: born '
\\hcrcln. watch the lo'ply11- November day. I Imagine I can much, Improved after a majof Nov. 12. 4 To 5
? Ti MEMBERSubscription 1948 tumn glide Into a mow filled nkyand hear my aon'a" singing above tho stration Club"The will sponsor Album"a play, operation in a Jacksonville hos- I' ROOMSUPER\!
} "tlJ entitled Family Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee Ben
i -I for our Thank'gKIngholiday. pital Monday, Nov. 8. HOrSE
V*''f'i. IPf' I- 'I prepare roar of the tractor in the early given by members of the Metho- nett of Lake Butler, a son, Char-
< $::.50 Annually $1.". For Six:: Month Mrs D. W. Johnson, Mra
morning ns he brings the milk dist Church of Waldo, on Tuesday Frank Williams and children, les Lee Jr., born Nov. 13. "t "WE

I Come out with me and watch the from the barn. We are thankfulfor evening, Nov 23 in the Nell and Jimmy, were weekend :Mr. and Mrs. Davis Bruce "
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fi| swift dawn breaking Hampton School Auditorium at Rowe cf Green Cove Springs, a
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our great land, for the wonderful guests of Mrs. Johnson's daughter I
Ay UNION THANKSGIVING SERVICEThere's I, The sun will noon appear beyond 7:4: 5 p.m. Cam out and enjoy Mrs. James Broome of Or- daughter, Brenda Lee, born Nov,
1'IT the well filled corncribs
"
'i something about the Union Thanksgiving service the hill; crops "something different! 13.

it1' held here every year, that seems to fit right in with the I Along: the road as yet, no wheelsare the eggs and chickens and The Club held an all-day meet" lando.Mr.. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley

spirit\ of the season. Perhaps it is the fact that our fore- making hogs For fuel to keep us warm ing at the school on Monday, and and Mrs. Nlram Wynn of Starke, FLAIl L 1

..MI'I; fathers joined together in offering thanks that makes it Their hurrying way; the countryside and our loved ones about us. Yes, was instructed In the art of 'mak- have been recent visitors hero

seem fitting and proper that we should do likewise. is still. amid the storm they sang, and ing hand-bags by the county demonstration and attended the funeral of their ,.
"!!' .'I This year especially, when America is so obviously Save only for the soft, persistent the stars heard and the sea. And agent Miss Dorothy cousin, Mrs. Ann L. Saxon. HEAIEIAND ?

.* { blessed' amonir all nation of the world, it is an ungrateful lowing the sounding aisles of the dim Ross.Those Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May and
J.
..wfVj'n indeed, who is unwilling to devote at least a small That Issues from the barn not woods rang, to the anthem of attending were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Williams were
Alderman, J. M. ,
person F. Mrs. Guy lit:
about visitors to Cedar Sunday. \TFlt
the tree Let us our Keys
go
for which it intended. far away;
of the holiday for the purpose was ,
part Mrs. W W. Hicks, Mrs. L. J
4Mtour, in the A moment since I heard a lone work singing like the Pilgrims.Let :Mr. and Mrs Raleigh Bran- ISST\I.1.\no
W and
is something stimulating inspiring of
; V There cock crowing us sing and rejoice greatly. Rusha, Mrs. Clarence Cooper I nen and Mrs., Lynn Hall were OM.V
of various denominations for the purpose Starke, Mrs. Vernon Slade Mrs.
p together
joining His salutation to another day. We are so lucky. Dear God, we Jacksonville visitors Thursday of
r a of religious worship. The human race is already too much Gwen Castle thank Thee. T F. Brown and Mrs. Frank last week.

Wji'l inclined to split into factions and to disagree on nonessentials So many nice letters from Clay Thomas. :Mrs. Ed Durban and little son, 8495Burns
"i The moretendency our churches can do to break down this At heart I am an early riser. Hill The Pie Supper at the BIRTHDAY DINNER PARTY of Lawtey, spent Monday here

natural and mold all followers of Christianity into I have been used all my life to schoolhouse was well attended. Celebrating the birthday anniversary I visiting relatives.A w

i %' r a common force, the greater will be their service to man- arising before dawn, and I love. TVirothy Manning says every < of G. P. Wadsworth, large nurrber of Football Either Err
it I had letter from son'swife Fans from attended the Fuel Oil'
kind. a my had a good time. Last on"l Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Wadsworth Hampton Pay
i't4' To us it seems that union worship services are one ofthe describing their early morn- night the Clay Hill Church entertained with a delightful din Bradford-Union Game, and Homecoming -
',, ,"ie noblest manifestations of true religion. We only wish Ing rising about 4:30: and my son Pie supper I hope they did well. ner on Wednesday evening, Nov. ; Festivities In Starke Fri SEE THENl1CHAS
l' rule and less the exception in our com- goes to the barn which Is some Luella Austin iitill takes her brother 10. Guests Included Waldon and day night. *. 1' I t 1 1i.
: they were more the distance from, the house. I believehe Holland Brown, U. S. ,
4 R. J.'s dinner to him. He Thomas Wadsworth, Mr. and Mrs Army C.SHEPHEH
: ; e j l; muniThe this will be in the First Presbyterian takes the tractor to haul the works on the new bridge. Farley Gordon Wadsworth Jr., and children arrived home Tuesday 'morning ,
u
union service year milk and milking machine to and I ,
Austin's baby was 111 with a cold of Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. on furlough to visit his parents
i %r1 Church next Thursday morning. Let it be trulya from the barn He milks eleven and they took him to the doctpr. Charles Burton, of Camp Bland- Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brown. Holland STUART'S
representative of all denominations and cows I believe. They sell the milk, has two
UNION service, Little Edna Carter celebratedher Ing, Mr. and Mrs J. L. Anderson. spent years in for C'or.
faiths in the community. and that has to be brought back fifth birthday .Nov, 10. That and Mr. and Mrs J. C Wynn of eign service, being stationed for CYCLE SHOP Court 4 !Ia4t
L ----- -- to be picked up by the milk man. U Lela Mae's daughter Starke. some time in Okinawa. Before Phone 10
.,fdltiersD- and shipped. I somehow delighted Mae returning to Fla. he visited his Temple Ave. & 10th St.
ebial elatuax Our former teacher Essie
k l>uRIi1lilAillll a with him in those early morn- Patrick Arnold Missionary to sister, Mrs. Otis Lawson, in Columbia Starke, Florida
Euncle whom ive\ loved so much
; ing excursions, and then a hearty' the West Indies Mission, broughtan 9. C.
tk44Iii and who married a couple of
I
TIME
TURKEY breakfast of eggs and ham. Some inspiring message at ttv-
I
years ago has a new baby girl.
how I compare these young/\ people Weekly Community Prayer ServIce ---
is PICTURE TIME ,who arise so early, and he on at We are Clay happy Hill It Charlie has warmed and Bell up last Thursday night. At the -- -
his to the city at 6:15: to
way
td. request of Principal Ola M. Per-
Mosley had a weiner roast last
work eight hours In a factory, kins, Rev. Arnold addressed
When the family gathers All a
week had a good time. Rev
x, n ''t ; 'round for the festive birdS with the Pilgrims who landed Killlngworth preaches every Sat School Assembly here Friday Starlings Grocer
carving that's just the time 328 years ago at Plymouth Rock, nlte and Sunday at Clay Hill morning, and presented varlou
; ', fir, s to take pictures. They faced a new life In the wild Church. Mrs Fred Lnn "'s brokenarm pictures of the Cuba Haiti and
rift : t You will enjoy your role of erness and founded a new: nation is improving but she has to other Island missions.
I bf family photographer-with where we can have freedom of the Guest speaker of the Y. F. C
cast
wear a couple more &
FLASII worship. My son steps out of bed
one of our easy-to-use weeks. Saturday evening was Miss Harper .
c Cameras. (Perfect! for chil- each morn, landing on his own
Hollywood Camera of Melrose, who chose an appropriate
too.) Helpful. }Hint: I found old
dren'ji pictures rock to build a future for his an her
for
l & Gift Shop Turkey-Time any-time family and Is helping to build a lace curtain pat in a mopsticlc subject The youthful local- CORNER CALL & Sl\\
4 rt Cull Hirer* .> llnllrnarf we're ready to serve you with greater nation. I know he has no* makes a fine mop. I made an Congregation.; I M
Youth for Christ has been
a, .gv.rphis. P.Iorogrephh". smiling advice, and the largest forgotten his part in the invasion apron of a sack, have a new pat fortunate .In securing talented very I, CHERRY STREETS I J are FLOR
1t i stock of photographic tern with \j
1: of the Philippines and Bor a heart-shaped bib. 1
speakers for their weekly meet- :
;t Tye'' merchandise in town I neo during the War and his singIng put rick-rack on it and crocheted
,
ings and several more are on
L AI n .,, as he marched. Yes, our young an edge on the rick-rack In colo their Winter schedule. SPECIALS FRIDAY SATURDAY, NOV. 19&20
-mlatftlD\DDf2i\ to match the dots in the goods.
stout
i I'2J \ people today are just as Mrs. Ann R. Guy left Tuesdayfor
and brave. Surely Is pretty. Rub the cut part

IrTt Not as the conqueror comes. wrapping of cheese It with up and butter putting before it delegate Inverness to the where Gainesville she was District A- NO WIT'S IN STARKE TOO!

.
'I Methodist Conference. She
They the truehearted came; In the refrigerator. It will not
R. B. Alvarez & Son
accompanied Rev and Mrs M
Not with a stir of rolling drums, dry out.
Nor the trumpet that sings of ? C. Hatch of Waldo, who also at-
Here Is ,what I am going to tended.
fame-; have for dinner Thanksgiving;: The friends of
manv Hampton
w Transfer & Storage Co. Not as the flying come First, fruit cocktail; second Lester J. Kite of South Starke
In silence and In fear;
roast turkev with
oyster stuffing: heard with deep regret of the
shook the of the desBACKACHE- 51b.
They depth
SUGAR
1 mashed potatoes candied sweet
death of his sister, Mrs. LettieAmberson !
k. AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS.
; potatoes cauliflower creamed, a in Birmingham, Ala.
r yl, i r ; salad of apples nuts and celery, last week. Factory

l Moving and Phone 9105 cranberry sauce olives and cel Dennis Parker, and Mrs. Opal

ery. Hot rolls, pumpkin pie and Smith of Flint. Mich arrived Pack
ra", We Operate Local and Long, .Diatance. For quirk comforting I blip for Baekacli. coffee. Mondflyto. visit ,their parents,
"beum."o Pal**. O.tNng Up Nlght..tronseioudr :
a.St i Also Hauling Anywhere In urlnv. Irritating pu.ege., Let Palru, It has been snowing out"Were"I : Mr. and Mrs. John H. Parker.
F circlet order .?.s* and iwolUn anklt. due have the back steps painted
Starke City Limits. nonorcanle and aon-.,.temle Kidney and They were accompanied by
Bladder troublM,try Cp....Quick.oomple'u.'adlon the last coat and have been mak- Maurice Lee, grandson oT Mr. and
SEE US FIRST I ., or money back. cuarantetd. Ak ing scarfs and crocheting doilies. Mrs. Parker.
1i1 I II your druggist. for Cyet." today. My Thanksgiving prayer Is: Mr and Mrs. Leaston A. Wynnof Daisy CHEESE Id. 4

{ Y Heavenly Father we thank Thee Hampton Lake, are enjoyingan

: ,' for every blessing. We thank Thee extended visit In North Caro- ,
; for our country, our President, lina.
1 :! our churches, our schools and Mr. and Mr*. Earle Van Al-

dear friends. For the abundanceof I stlne and family of Pea/son. Ga. c olored
ItF'LCoke; ThirstRefreshment harvest. We thank Thee for moved here last week, and wil' OLEO lb. 43
i : Replaces health and life. Dear Lord accept live with Mrs. Edith Van Alstinein And In Sticks
these Thanks in Jesus name. the large family home east of
AMEN. God bless you all. town Larry, their son. has entered
Lit; LOVE- LURA I school here. I


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.! fresh, invigorating milk. It helps children 17

grow stronger and keeps adults healthier. Constant

t" scientific care in dairy production is one
cl of the important reasons for the consistent

high quality of our milk. Serve it to your
family today and every day.

,l TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COLLECT _
FOR. DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S Wine Truly
Given
Appreciate
The Nice Have
4 Business You
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1 traJf-markt mean the same thing. DAIRY Come
h UNDII AUTHOII1V Of fHf COCA-COl. COMPANY. IY On And Help The HOME TOWN BOY Earn H
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HOTTMNO' ClM1'Ad, TOWN MONEY MOAt ?*
COCA-'OLA: So He
TOWN
STARKE Green Cove Springs Florida Can Spend HOME

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BRADFORD COUNTY TEL.KGR4PH. STARKB.i FLORIDA ."

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II f t I. "I residence to appear I.. wIN A TURKEY



.1 i ''n.publish(the whereinPnidford aboveDC this.


"kly ,I55uea.and ..
| official
11 ,la this 27th *


t J. Thomas For THANKSGIVING Dinner

.of I.ap: st. Au

I''If 0.29 4t 11.19
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'Indians' :
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I mil* for In that Hradfordv car- :. Read The Rules '' .' .
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,ntdre' :;''Itl' %Ii.v..r.I'VUllarn n.: EII..b..th. How To Win ::+/

:; 11111 tor rar.prrdent "', I
hereby Ellsa' -
mil. "'S.\ ..
the'I .lay reader or ItPllKlMe J '
I l the Telegraph Each: nparo below represents soinnprominent i v' I
,,"..rll) iniiy.' Florida-: /< to enter thin 'Clnl""t. and it ai buslnenn. ; firm of thin "o{ I
lit li:\4) of the .. 1
urti-r 18\V"P) of he flrM. three pei tnnn nuhmlttlnKtlw city.\ Take. the "ranibleil. bttrmanil 6qr
,matter (.-0 E'4)In 'ixir.X't. or nmrpHt correctan I
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the South J arrange them to "|..-II|| tlie
I ""''erilll Im annnleil, tat
"t the Mouth Mg 1 wt firm name rorrettly.Then trIIPlurkryv
*4P%! of the for Thank"icliliir. In brief nrtlile. the
rrN1: 'iof Seetunilh. a on Niibeet| :
lianas ,'. order to ln fair with our nubHerlbern i "Uh\ Iti-lleve Truman Han Herleoieil .,'
'g wenty-thme who get their puiM-r- lr t "( I'ri'Hldent of the United;

hereby reim ; ,.: through the mall, no. answer. will yr, + vfup's" I>o nut rYCrrd l lOG wordt.

\ .>eai nth.. .. before. 8th day bo considered (font anyone buying I It Is. pernUtfiablfl. to use. this a
r ti and to .show 1 a copy of The Telegraph In our ( r \i>rtlsenient or a Neparate sheet
+r I, Hun," should not j offhe beforo 6 ..'('\\IK'k Thursday, of |"iiHr for your ansu Pn. Ite.taune .

111'11", ; |i i i'' thai' this notice No\i'niber 18. Also, In order togle I the next I Issue of The .

,1. it week Bradford for tour our Mintoribers. on the rural 'e Telegraph will not appear until

u .o the I rln'ulaBounty. .. routen and In mirr
9i,It, ,:. ,, .. ..Florida.. a better chance, two turkeys. will p winner will be notified by mall

+:1"I?:;.\ .'I A in .I. rhnmas., be. gUen for the first correct and turkeys; \v III be prrseiiiedfnndav '

'it, Bradford Coun-DC. answers retired from nHlilentsof :\ November 22. Ilowe' \'er,
'ha I "n Crosby,
r Starke, and the other turkey
19 the correct notation to the pu7iles:
I
will go to a resident of a rural will .
be piibllNheil In our next Issue. ,
,01 II r" Iltt'Jf.'onn route or Hiirroundlnic town who .
1'1.01111,. t/ 1\" 1114-
soiiiN In the first correct answer.
Plaintiff,
d I i ininn.
U-frnilitnt.. Case N

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,mine,','. publish Bradford wherein this 3 TURKEYS GIVEN AWAY" tt Start Now! M

.g' 'til: weekly I"""*".
a hand.. and official
i.' Idii this NovemJ -

J It i. ":;rk "f Bald Court,
,If", n fronby. U C.
,nh'n', Starke' Florida. .


l'IOItll I\11 i i1'it,11.5 BRADFORD 1tHAM. 4t 11.26roan : psta&omrf oupyaemulh oeuwtosisnesesterortataca ttsieahwrhaee tcpegwsetrtrnrpuishiosuoini


011'1, F.1I..rt Plaintiff
| T Elleim" Defendant.
4 .
t' PI 81.1I''nO. AND:
(6 TO 'PPK'R
-'..UItlLJ'to> :
alerts: whose residence
j hot known; : Is 1901 Stfcre .
,.|1. Remit. Wisconsinir :
.by required to appear
|i 16. 114)1). In the above .

It>k.and dl\orce lauiie Bradford wherein nisggdrh.crireo-futurec. e' nstdwcnermaeheoel

"graph tt t.four hall weekly puhllKh Issues this.. eennnrptiie ys.hrcrgsro.eo jnl

jiy, hand. and official
[hi-, Florida this MovemJ -

J sR\r.) A J. Thomas .
A. clerk of said. ('''urt 'I .
t. Haven "roNhy, n C.
,lirmin. K"'|,, St. AuguePit. ""b M I "'"aw ....u. ty .r. .
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(01 HT BRADFORD.
.OHln". IN t'HANIriarct -

Mlllnm 6812.Martin.llurtln Plaintiff Defend1 ., es'dicvsrkaotntisdie bsgsdo&sitgrkgoboragpnieejgmylowersetre svkl&etanitoepcaemrlsteei p'lsplsisereseohad

1 PI n"l..l<.'TION AND!
(r'I'O: tPPEtR
_ FURII tot:
lam Martin, whose resI
1 arldrcKii In; 2565 Ka"t
Krooklvn, New York: '
"fby required to appear p'
-l'' 4, 1141. In the above)i ift
t and cause. whereink. .
llvor.... Bradforduritph
hall publish this
I'XI four weekly Issues. cctlwlrcreenikvireseie
aihiind and official psssszttreroreeues
|hc Florida this. NovemI lerlotguihigdn

I \I.t> A. J, Thomas. .
.t* "I'Irrk of said. Court. .
t. Hi"rn (rrosby. n C. ft
..I'lnin sinrke'. Florida
Pit 11-5 4t 11-28 I

'IOIHr.1 nRtDFonn i
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"tl, Plaintiff vs. Lu.Ih".t N
)', I reniUnt.. CaceI. '

F PI111JrTIOV AND o.nhtuarefurrtic coboktsrotnlgeaalolciccas&.knisloeaodn'gclsorttwa d'swgrdshuroa
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|.ni10, :Miitll tppRtit to r'rnreuodcs pg settee rtl

I"i Hnotle, whose reslII .
"(|I.. .->HIlust known Is.
| start. harleston. 8 C.:
'rp i t.\ required to appear
t' 6. ,I'M. In the above!
1'I t tnd .cause, wherein fl
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k In, rlpthnll; publish this.
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tr, 'i ui weekly' Issues.s '
\ :i ind And officialik '
| Florida/ this Novemft -

,>. A. J. Thomas Icaldoc.rhegnayawl avvnczab.es.itelderrltiersao( )
I fc .f said four ydbktsusepapirulsrel
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Jason ,
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Jl| Moodv. Plaintiff vs
sfs&csrseiolne
p !11I1.If"'MO AND i
I(1: 'JO PPK\H clcteleilrwse rtrteetshoas
F10RII.A to:
'dy nnose residence Is urdensylytoflbiaaaa

required. nrre
r.r'h\ to appear
f.\ un. In the abnve
and cause, whernln'
IH divorce. Bradford
r rraph shall publish. this
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f" four' I
'U9 hand andlyofflciallka
Florida this. Novem- 3 i

6611.) A. J. Thomas
is,' clerk of paid eourl 41

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Florida, this October .

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: ; r Glee Club Concert Birthday Party Panel DiscussionAt J:2bTi:3: ; T. S and the Monday.Ing district. meeting of the Cuar.j" I

: ml SOCIETY and CLUBS Tuesday, Nov. 23 For Mary Ann LongLittle PTA MeetingA : Gainesville District of* Methodist Next Monday

iii I .. Church which Is meeting In Inverness. Nigh
t At. St. Mark's Church discussion on the topic n I. I. FulchC The
I Mary Ann Long attractive panel C I S S C S C local
Itrslclenreriione
: ,) Office Gladys Mooty four year old daughter ot "Your Child but HIS Career", Miss Mary RIvers of Green Company Will, atlonal cto
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Editor 35 "Moments Musical": first concert Demonstration Club h"' .
of The Home
; f.J'1 Phone' 29 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Long, celebrated featured the regular meeting Cove Springs was the weekend drill Monday ,, r
< of the BH3 Glee Club during School Cafeteria n'ght
Association met in the on
Parent-Teacher I Instead '
ift her the .
'ti
birthday anniversary guest of the Misses Ann and Linda or xv* .
:
: rrrttSSSSrttSSSrrSS' the current season, will be After "
: = rsrr.rrjtSrttrSSS Wednesday Wednesday November 10. '
Thursday afternoon, Nov. 11. In the USO building Carter. change Was "Igt
: : :. : .t- ) Caldwell Becomes Bride presented Tuesday evening, Nov. from 3:30: to S o'clock when her afternoon.The I the business session, Miss Ross, Friends of Miss Esther Shuford i football gem! '?.''sd. ,,*berOUIf, at
Josephine '
;.; d"Miss Mary 23 at 8:13: In the USO auditorium.A was In charge of the home demonstration agent 01"1 ""ther
mother entertained at the homeof program I will be Interested to know that' Scheduled lor, w. <,*\,
of'J! be an operetta "Dizzy Baton", part in the discussion The work was very Interesting, (.\Un
: ''if1! E. J, Dowling on Christian St. those taking Bradford High School last (W
:'. irj'): I Miss Mary Josephene Caldwell maid of honor and the brides with the following cast of characters : Mrs. Grace Oaborne Mrs. and the results quite lovely. Miss week. r r'e TIISf",
: The terrace where the Shuford Is a former .
:W',f':; Ij r. ,I:' : daughter;( of Mr. and Mrs. James maid. The receiving line stood In : folks were entertained, was young gaily Ruble Mae Perkins, Mrs. Ruth Those present were Miss Ross ate of the Lawtey Junior gradu.High.J. appreciation wish to ")(pre8. JUt ,

t:, ; --, k i I. Glover Caldwell of the State I front of the mantel which was Prof. Sforzando and Herr Glls- decorated with vari-colored bal. Frazier, and Mrs. Evelyn Cooper.The Miss Blithe Collins, Mesdames H. Tatum of Deland slons of for Iii,' 'he d
was the '
the bride of Albert banked with magnolia leaves witha discussion brought out the Paul Dinkins H. C. Kelly, G. W. sympathy 'Cp'
"I' : Fann, became sando (escaped inmates from a
./ fr' i( I of white loons and pink and white flowers. guest of his daughter Mrs. G. W. ness, and dLU! M k
Anderson Jr., son central arrangement being made in the Roberts Kffle Miner, Pearl flowers >
; William. > home for the feebleminded) Ed- efforts now
"'f; : The prettily decorated birthday Roberts last ness '
Friday th,
".t. :r.;;. l of :Mr. and Mrs. Albert William pompoms.'! ward Massey and Ada Edwards. ,school not only to educate the I| Blount, Dan Harley, A. H. Harley night. While and death ,, JUr
; Iced in white and here
cake. embossedIn he attended and Ir
t the
"-:': I.,tf 'I :I Anderson of Starke, Friday afternoon I The bride's table, overlaid withan child, but to make him Into a H. C. Wainwright, L. H. homecomIng uncle. Ds 1111118111..C ,t.
: Don ( of Mr. .
r; : !. Venice secretary Jolly'sSinging pink with four small candles game of Bradford L
with
:5 o'clock In Imported lace cloth and and Mrs. High I-hlliard
: Nov. 12 at better all-around citizen, one Futch, Joyce Futch,
;1''j'{ School), Frank Brown. and
: was placed on a table that wan School. tar
.' t the First PreBbyterian Church of insets, was centered with a equipped to find his niche in life. Ballard Wilson.
; ; five-branch candelabra holding Elise (a member of the chorus), overlaid with a pink and white Pupils of the Lawtey Junior
1. Starke. The devotional was led by Mrs. Mrs. C. R. Crews entertained
..<1(; lit t Kathryn Colson.Mr. party cloth. A wreath of pink! and High School will\ have
At end
one a
{ !II I Rev. J. Warren Kaufman, assisted burning white tapers. W. R. Morse and the business 'for her little daughter Vera on holiday,
.H: ',: &J.. ; by Rev. Leslie A. Shep- I of the table waa the three-tiered Rich (self-made businessman blue pompoms and ferns surrounded session was presided over by Mrs. I her fifth birthday last Thursday today (Friday) while the teachersare

..,,,.4 J.t u__,i iFris.iatal at the double wedding cake topped with a miniature ), Earl Norman. the cake Other floral T. B. herding, president. I November 11, at her home in attending a Regional meeting

fr1n! q 'i i ;l ;ring:I ; ceremony-agin-i-, a background bride and groom and at Suzanne (his daughter-shn chosen arrangements color scheme carrying out the Refreshments were served by Lawtey. Those present were Fer- of the Florida Education Association
were placedat
in
lr.' '! t -,, of whito chrysanthemums, the other end was the silver coffee lisps) Joan Tenly. the hostesses who where home rell Jean, Randall, Carroll Faye, Jacksonville.
: \ and palms. Lighted service, presided over by Mrs.L. points of interest on the terrace of the sec- and Pearl Annie Lee and Mayor O. J. Phillips has, called]
'. t t. tube roses Jake (the guard) Vernon room representatives Bradley
\Ii-fy":\ : and adled a further decorative
an election
F. Chapman. Assisting In serving to be held on December
seven-branched -
In
Donald
\ t"'I'I' white tapers I Slade. ond grade. Wayne Crews, and C. W.
: note to the ocallion.
;,m candelabra cast o soft glow over the guests .were Mrs. H. P. Thomas, Spurgeon Massey, 7 to elect one Marshall one
l.t. .f. Stubbing, Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs.J. Chorus'!-Members of Mr. Jol I Mrs. Long was assisted In Joanna Mayor, one Clerk and three Court- j
{','!\ \\I1.J; ; ,) the setting./ (". F. ly's Singing School. Ice and cake [ Dr. & Mrs. Herlong Rafuse Adell and Ran. oilmen. ,
.-\f:\ v'. Mrs. Ellery Davis organist A. Bouvler, Mrs." Stump serving cream by dell Starling. Mrs. L. P. Rafuse
;I J' }{ '.t: ; I..t rendered nuptial music during the and the Misses Joan Carpenter Two other guards: from the Mrs. C. L. Curry and Mrs Resale I I Hosts At Fish Fry assisted Mrs. Crews in entertaining -
and the si>lolnt, MIssy Janet Anderson, Madge Brown. home: Jimmy Green, Harold Len Colson
: l' 0.: ::1 i' ceremony I j,I the children. Refreshments
I. \,: "h Evelyn Stump. sang "Because" lee and Ann Wilt. non.The Favors for the afternoon were I Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong en. consisted of ice cream, Coca-Cola,
; r1 I I 1\0'(
",) .tc\t : \ .,1f;tr id'Hardelot/ ) and "I Love You After spending some time with first part of the program miniature boxes of candy and tertained members and their families and cake. I ALVAREZ' STORE !! ('Iothing

:;. i. J'I' Truly" (Bond). Rev. Shepherd their guests the bridal couple let will be devote to choruses and rubber balls. During the party of the Starke Shrine Club I The members of the M. Y. F. EilabJio.hei: 189t

( IJo' : : .1"; i'' ; sang "The Lord's Prayer" (Malottel. for a ten day wedding trip. The the second part to "novelettes". holographs. were made of little I at a fish fry, Saturday evening. I j attended a sub-district meeting -- --

i k .' i :''r', ,) ). The traditional marches bride traveled In a royal blue The operetta .will be the closing Mary Ann and her eight guests. at the Herlong home, corner of !S In Waldo last Monday evening. I -

f :, "li 1 P were used for the processional i crepe suit, complimented with feature. Also attending this delightful Walnut and Tenth Streets. j Fourteen people represented the : -
; : ; j The Is under the dir-
t black accessories. Her corsage program Out-of-town visitors were Mr.
T.' ..... and recessional.The ( affair were the little guest ofhonor's i Lawtey church at this meeting. EATThanksgiving
in was of white rose buds. ,rtion of Mrs. L. A. Canova, music and Mrs. Paul Robinson Claude ,
J bride given marriage
: Fit ,:\ : maternal and paternal In the business meeting Rev :
.! her father, chose a gown of Upon their return to Staike the Instructor at BHS. Miss Ada Robinson, and Mr. and Mrs. J.
J by
If grandmothers, Mrs. E. C. Long i Ballard Wilson was elected sub-
./ white bridal satin featuring young couple will be at home in Edwards Is accompanist.The Wiggins of Jacksonville.Lex I
:."J' t, heavy and Mrs. E. J. Dowling. | district pastor for the remainderof : Dinner
,,; ;' a fitted bodice with self- the A. W. Redgrave apartmenton public I is cordially Invited Green acted as master of the
.\ t ';? covered buttons down the bark S. Water Street. I to attend this concert. ceremony and introduced the Im- year. I
il(\ ; WMH Mrr, At, (litireliTuesdayAftenoon: | Miss June Bullard and Miss
Out-of-town were: Miss .
and guests Dromtn soeakerH. A. J. Thorms.H.
;j I fo The yoke was of sheer net I ---- -- ---- --- ; Cotton of Jacksonville
: were With
, ... the ,Ir.np- fitted sleeves ended Incalla Christine Forrest and Miss Barbara I Buffet Supper For C. Wall, Judge A. Z. Adkins, guests. of Mrs Paul Dinklna last Mrs. Avery
points; over the wrists. The Iverson of New Orleans La., Mrs. II. C. Nasworthy and Mrs.

full circular skirt trimmed I li: Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Caldwell AndersonCaldwellWedding Members of the \V. M. U. of L. A. Davis. Sunday.The
Lawtey Girls' 4-H club
; j Chantilly lace terminated in a and daughter, Barbara Ann, of PartyMiss the First Baptist Church held Its Assisting in serving the 10'' met last with

it short train. Her finger-tip/ veil Deland Mrs. Pauline Stone and regular monthly business and program guests at this delightful\ affair Miles, the Wednesday president, presiding.The Faye.

: 'w of sheer bridal Illusion was held Miss Mayme Anderson of Archer. Mary Jo Caldwell and A. meeting in the Church, were Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Green' with the I
meeting was opened
J in place by a coronet of see-i Mrs. D. Green, Mrs. A. Q. Yonguc. W. Anderson, Jr.. whose marriagewas Tuesday afternoon, at 3 o'clock and daughters, Oleeta, Ruby and 4-H pledge. Miss Ross, the

$ : pearls. The bride's bouquet wai Mrs. Joyce Reynolds, Miss Mary an event of last Friday afternoon with 36 members and two visit Phoebe. sor, discussed the work for spon-this
: of white roses tied with white Green, Mrs. Thelma Dean'and were complimented ors present.

satin streamers. Donald Dean of Reddlck Mrs. C. Thursday evening of last week Circle One had charge of the Ladies AuxiliaryThe and year second which centered around first &
I year sewing. Turkey
1 A. Rowand, Sar., Charlie Rowand. DressingAnd
;
Miss Lila Rae Caldwell, sister with a buffet supper party, given program with the topic for dlscuaion Rev Ballard Wilson Is attend-
of the bride, was maid of honor. Jr. and daughter, Edwina of
tk following their wedding rehearsal "One Savior for Asia and Ladies Auxiliary of the S. J. Futch of Jacksonville was
Miss Caldwell was gowned In Lakeland.Mr. the Islands of the Sea". Those Presbyterian Church will hold visiting in Lawtey last Sunday "All The Trimmings"
lime green taffeta, fashioned I and Mrs. Anderson are Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and
4ckI: taking part on the program were their regular meeting Tuesday
along similar lines to that of the both graduates of Bradford High Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews I Mrs. A. J. Thomas Mrs. Ira Wilson evening at 8 o'clock at the home $1.75
bride's gown. She carried a nose School. After her graduation, the were hosts at the Matthews' and Mrs. W. L. Andrews.Mrs. of Mrs. W. A. Stern on W. La- QUICK RELIEF'\FROM I I
,
gay with a cascade effect of former Miss Caldwell completeda home on Church Street. W. B. Alexander gave the fayette St. Annual reports will Symptoms*f Dktra Arising from

: / yellow button chrysanthemums three year nurses' course at Placed at points of Interest devotional reading and prayer. be given at this time.Beta' STOMACH ULCERS Two Lucky Dinners Given
'v,, j and gold leaves, tied with yellow Charity Hospital in New Orleans throughout the living room and Away
La. where she became The business meeting was presided
satin ribbon. a registered sun porch .were arrangements of DUll TO EXCESS ACID
Attending as bridesmaid was head nurse there. Mr. Anderson over by the vice-president Club Sponsors
yellow chrysanthemums. The refreshment FraABoAkTansafHomcTraatiitaiitthatMMt
t Miss June Caldwell sister of the has been employed by the table in the dining Mrs. A. J. Thomas. Mrs. W R. Tonight's DanceThe Halp.r It Wilt c..t You Nothing,. Numbers 13 & 51

; bride. She selected lavender taffeta Bradford County Telegraph since room was overlaid with an Imported Morse, community missions chairman Over three million bottle. of the WILLARDTMATMBHT
, Ii.% ,1 fashioned along the same his graduation in 1937, exceptfor lace table cloth and cen- regular Friday night dance have. been sold for rellel ofymputmnof Please Make Reservations
gave a of the meeting .
report from Memech
1 1. style as that of the maid of hon five years spent In the armed tered with an arrangement of following the Lake City vs Starke end Diietfenel fllitramarliilnc Ulcer.due to Ita...AMPeer _
,:. or. Her nosegay waa also of yellow forces in the Pacific Theater of pink rOMe buds interspersed with held with prison women Inmates football game will be sponsoredby Dlcntton. 5.' or Upeet .'_.ch, PHONE 16
the Beta Club. 01_.. Heartburn. Spl__.......,
chrysanthemums tied< with Operation coral vine. At each end of the at Raiford. After discussion Hot dogs .'
du to Bieme Aeiei.' Sold OD'15 d., trial)'
j L ;yellow satin streamers. table were burning pink and white motion was made to have drinks and candy will be sold. Auk for"WlltonTa M......" which fully AVERY INN

Serving as best man for the I Open House Nov. I 19 tapers In silver holders tied with the next meeting in Decemberon The Beta Club wishes to extenda explain? thii treatinunt-fus. GRILl
cordial invitation to all. KOCh DRUG STORE
: I bridegroom. was Eugene L. Mat.i At. D. D. Weeks HomeMr. pink tulle. the second Tuesday of the 'sss.rsrssrrrsSrsrrssssrssssprsssr spsa..,..
i tt lii mews anti ushers wore Lyle Anderson The honor guests were presented month Instead of the usual third I
t tis Jr., Alex Yawn and Pat. I with of their chosen
a piece Tuesday. After other routine business -
and Mrs. D. D. Weeks will

lt t rick Caldwell The McGrlff.mother,' of the bride, Mrs. observe their with 52nd an open wedding house anniversary at Jn pattern'_remembrance of sliver of by the their occasion.hosta, Ing adJ9urned was disposed with prayer of the by meet.Mrs., L.COME IN AND SEE THE RUGS OF JHEYEAR 100 1 Pet Wool

was gowned In Invited to
.'44. aqua their home in LaCrosse. Friday, enjoy this affair with W. R. Morse.\ ) _
J cre e. She/, wore a shoulder cor- Nov. 19. No cards have been the hosts and honored couple were t. FAMOUS OVER THE NATION-
,sage of sweetheart roses, show. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and
Issued but Mr. and Mrs. Weeks I Mary Ella Turner
frZ* L i with ered with tube roses and tied extend a cordial Invitation to all daughters. Peggy, and Frances, Advertised In :Most of The I..eadingIagazines: and Newspapers BLANKETSr
golden ribbon. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Has Weiner Roast
friends and relatives to call at
qF 1\f,..
Anderson. mother of the this time.WSCS. Sr.. Miss Janet Anderson, Miss

*. .. i bridegroom selected a gown of Lila Rae Caldwell, Miss June Mary Ella Turner, daughterof "#5
dusty rose crepe and wore a corsage Caldwell. Patrick .McGriff, Alex Roy V. Turner entertained at S $11.95
:c I ; of orchid pompoms with silver' ). Bazaar I Yawn, Lyle Anderson, Miss Eve a weiner roast Monday eveningat

ribbons. Open Friday I lyn Stump, Dr. and Mrs. R. P. her home on S. Walnut Street.

Immediately following the cere. I Stubbins and daughter, Mary The group enjoyed many games .
mony a reception .was held in the Circle One of the Methodist Rivers Miss Christine Forrest, during the course of the evening. PLATFORM

i t S Service Center which wan at. WSCS will hold a Bazaar and Miss Barbara Iverson, the Rev. Invited to be with Mary Ella

tractively decorated with arange. Food Sale today (Friday) in the and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, Rev. were Wallace White, James New. _
meats of white chrysanthemums Nasworthy building on East Call and Mrs. J. Warren Kaufman, some, Vernon Underhill Jimmie

gladioli and tube roses and palms. St. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite Mr. and Rowe, Patsy Benton Carl John3, ROCKERS

S Mrs. J. L. Anderson and Mrs. J. A variety of aprons, fancy Mrs. J. L. Anderson, Mr. and Doyle Manning Judy Green, Har.
'
; : C.
Godwin received the guests at work, and cakes, pies and candy Mrs. Frank Durshlmer, Mr. and old Lennon Martha Winkler.

.'.. the door and In the receiving line will be offered for sale begin Mrs. Harry Mooty, Mr. and Mrs. Mary Sue Epperson, Helen CHOKE OFPATTERNS

(7i were Mrs. Caldwell, Mrs. Anderson ning at 10 a.m. The patronage of John P. Udell, Mr. and Mrs. Haines and Nancy DuPre. $19.50

: the bride and groom, the the public Is solicited. James Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. John AND COLORS

JGL' Mixon, Mrs. W. E. Middleton and
Mary Agnes and Anne Matthews GUARANTEED BY The Beautiful Never Before !Such"
RELIEF AT LAST .
;i A Nice Koeker For

: WITH GENUINE Kick-Off Dinner GOOD HOUSEKEEPING So LittleFIRST
PRIDE ForYour COUGH ., IkIA
I4uS Begins Canvass ;> 1amori 1 ===========================

Creomuhlon relieves prompcly!because

*>! We are able to offer you the most complete Approximately 10 rommAnl- it goes right 10 the seal of the trouble \Io.d fla.eo.p..p. ) .ikiu, ,,. LINEDRESSERS:'

selection of fine! Jewelry Gifts :you have ever cants and their friends of St. to help lumen and expel germ laden
.i seen in Starke. Mark's Church met in the Servo phlegm and aid nature to soothe and
ice Center heal taw, lender, inflamed bronchial _
Nov.
Tuesday evening
S k, ; I 0, at 7 o'clock for the kick-off mucous membrane..Tell your druggist I
IS EVERY BODYHAPPY to sell you a bottle of Creomuhion B
ONLY
I dinner in connection with the with the understanding you must like FOR

I, "Every Member Canvass" for the way it quickly allays the cough

;? 1910.. or you are to have your money back. I $49.95
The Rt. Rev. Hamilton West CREOMULSIONforCoughs.ChestColds.Bronchitis I

In. Bishop Coadjutor of the Episcopal I

WATCHES i; Diocese of Florida, was the Reg. $59.50 Val.!
.dA.
d. speaker the evening, and gavea '
good presentation of the 5 : ct Ii
ti DIAMONDS) : I is very ; Three Large$ Drawers-
,
; role of the Christian In society .
U' :
) today. The Ven. Fred Yerkes, Jr":. ,, j1' Male Glass Mirrors --'

: p COMPACTS IDENTIFICATION who for aome years was a resident ABILC Only Glamorug Offers t.' Walnut

of Starke, was also a gUt'llt.and a 1 .. Maple or
AflTheseAdvantages
spoke briefly. STARKE Finish
LAVALERES BRACELETS FLA.J .
Rawson J. Davis, treasurer of ; .5.. **>
for 2993' S -***
I St. Mark's presented the budget Sun. Mon. Nov. :31 33 ) only .
: ,._ '
BILLFOLDS IJIRTHSTONE I for 1949. The Rev. B. E. Sim. The Senator _. '
: *
RINGS mons, vicar of St. Mark's out Was (..1 I cll-wcol fo<. for luxurlouc ., ,,3 S CHRISTMAS
CHAINS lined the.procedure of the can- Indiscreet look, longer wear I

4 vans this year and expressed tho Starring; "'101", Pimrll) 'S _ ,, IS NEAR
5' c CIGARETTE( Hope that it would be compl..tetlbefore .Also| Cartoon &: Short I a Cmhl..y b... of 100% imported 1 S
LIGHTERS the first of December, so l'lu Latest 1 florid NPWHTu jute. Special plastic back locks in. # .

CASESS. 'that a Dedication Service could fiber auurea longer life _ Your Toys
.1
DRESSER SETS; ''be i held on the first Sunday In -i.( Nov. :23 ONLY I 2 ...<*r.t.r ...._.. (A) Self-color Buy

PEN.AND PENCIL; December, Man Who Could Floral in beige blue rote wine or ',. ..

I Mrs. B. B. Rowland was general ,_, green. (B) Multi-color Floral on r _ ,. ,
: SPEIDEL; BANDS SETS chairman for the dinner attainted Work Miracles I blue rove tan. or green ground. N 0 W .
S by members of the Woman's Roland Yotmit, Joan Gardner : Fait dye retitt fading. Glamorug. : )' .

All Auxiliary under the leadership Abe rinjtlm Journey" I p. can be wet..hampooed like the .,. ,, S ,,
: Makes by Nationally of Mrs. Mattie P. Gahagan pre. Si: latentVorl.l News I moat expensive rug! *

; f Advertised Factories Ident. W .r-l..l.."ll A Glamorug I .
"'ed Thiir new waa ( .
Nov. :24 23 i IRONS
f')1 put down at the entrance. of a mill I _
: Out of town guests staying at Scattergood cafeteria. 102,635 mill worker '' ,
the Colonial Inn on W Madison tramped over it in .all weather. Z TOASTERS
j; $aQP THMEllUY.T!) HOME Swings It I 4 ,, .
,, Street are: Mr and Mrs. H. G. Rug showed no worn-through spot.p .
Hogan ,of ,Jacksonville; ,Mr. >and With (;"Y.K4#,"-," surface. still'loft-color* re.

: : s Mrs. RL Hancock:.Dr.and Mrs. ; #.lso- &Mtad. lading.. t eFREEt 1 :i iFREE Theatre' Tickets. ,Qiven .. DESKS

S S -fSAVEAT'HOMEHarley ? -- R R. Stok&r.jof 1 Atlanta'here In 'MurdererDear 1 I 'A'vail.bl.b.wlf..rietyof.L.eJ *
the interest of the Hetlbronn _, ,*' With AnyPurchwe 1.NaqYIOth r'Item
And Latest New from27a54toVsl2 .
Springs development; Mr. and or For Your t se

Mra. V. E. Lukeszewlg of Nor Eel Sal.'- No.. 26 27Of !! Payment'

F. folk, Va., stationed at Jackson ._ on Your Act. ON EASY TERMSIT'S '
Strong The Wolf SignWith .. .. .._ .- .
ville Naval Station 2 r .
: Mr. and Mrs. p ----...... .. .
H. T. Pad rick of Virginia, stationed Michael Whalrn A FACT C : r s r-rr r c C 1

137 Weal! ,. Call:: Street at Green Cove Springs: AlsoWestern YOU CAN D.O BETTER AT
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Schott and Justice

: "Gift Headquarters In Jewelry daughter Geraldine of Indiana, With lob Steel*.

.5 to upend the winter' here; Dr. .\1.... Cartoon I. Denmark
{ "Sky Furniture
: 'L 0 N Howard Inches of
Your Dollar Will Stretch; G West Lake. Falling" Jt: Chapt. 7 Co.

c When You Trade With STRONG Ohio and MiamI. a noted lecturer "Junior (]-)I4'n"* .
w author and actor, a guest Nov PHONE 151
6th. --_- _j--
,- I. STARKE, FLA.

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Iv. :\0\EMBEK 19 1948 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA PAGE FIVB. .


Mrs. Edmond Tenly left last Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Tomlinson Enjoy ThankngU Dinner at Col. and Mrs. E. E. Johnson F. A. Canova and daughters I Sam Mitchell of Jacksonville

lis I Sunday for Miami to attend the and son, J. E., spent Saturday In the Colonial: Inn Rt ur nt. and son, Edgar and Mrs. O. P. Mary Anne and Carolyn, of I visited his cousin.; Miss Lucille I II

of LOCAL NEWS "I I State Leader's Conference for Baldwin, with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mrs. Bertha Pearce was the Brown of Big Springs Tenn. were Gainesville visited Mrs. E. E. I Mitchell, the early part of the

Associations! Presidents and I Slaughter.Mr. weekend' guest of Mr. and Mrs. recent' guests of 1111's.Y.. N. Canova on Sunday. ..week.INTEGRITY.
... Young People's Directors, Monday and Mrs. Earl Younger' of Edward Ensor In Jacksonville.Mrs. Johnson while, vacationing In 4 ..
I -- '
Ki.-nard: of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefootand and Tuesday and the Baptist Sanford were weekend guests of ,. D. E. Knight Miss Evelyn Florida. ----- _- .__ --1 i

sliest of her daugh- daughter, Sarah, were in State Convention through Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby and Stump, Miss! Lillian Stump and Star Brand Shoes for men.
th : (Epperson, Jr., on Tampa Sunday visiting/: Mrs S, day. Mrs. Tenly Is serving Thurs-I family. Mrs. W. H. Nollman spent Sunday wo m.. nand children atSTUMP'S. ;
11 A. Barefoot the occasion being State Committee of "Programs 1 Make: your rewrvatliin-t mm evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. of conduct and dealing with bet ferI'

r\L St"ITST AL- her birthday. for Quarterly Meetings"; while for ThankHgttlng Dliirwr at the C. H.Da.wklna in Gainesville' Mrs. T. F. Landrum and daughters -' thoughtfulness and economy in all our
Mrs. E. C. Mann, Jr. and children there she will accompany a tour Colonial Inn KcMtaumnt.Mr. Mrs. Harry Leigh of Jackson- spent the weekend with I' rr..inq-thI5e. mark :'1e reputable

rn!. roans and her sls- Madie and Gibson, spent I Iof there.Key West and the: Missions and Mrs. J. T. Griffin, Mrs ville was the weekend guest' of Mri. Landrum's parents, Mr. and I quality of this welt known firm.

[ "ar", > Smith spent the last week visiting: Mrs. Mann's Carrie Ritch and Miss Annie Darby Mr. and Mrs.. O. L. Beasley and Mrs J. F. Rogers in Jacksonville I
L arKaonville visiting mother Mrs. J. T. Howes In Valdosta Mr. and Mrs.! J. D. Doyle Mrs.' I
Oviedowith Mrs. J.V. Kincald at Kingsley
spent the weekend at Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown anddaughter
I r 1Wi, il wter. Mrs J. J. Ga.Som..bodY'II. Fay Gill and Tommy Gill were Mr. and Mrs. L>. E. Jordon Lake. Joyce, of Miami were I. ) ;j6DEWITT
I d, Mrs :Mina M Cut- birthday' today! visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F Robbn and family. "Mum: with Colors" for theI'lu.Miami of Mr
Saturday evening/ guests!
Remember
It with
lovely fitment Hastings over the weekend Game
Mrs. Powell Roberts .was calledto Homecoming and Mrs.! E. F. Miles. C. JONES
Andrews visited or a lager Pottery Dish Garden. Mrs. Mae Edwards, Miss Elaine ,In Gi l.-VH\llle, Saturdaay.-'dLON-
!onnil Nashville, Tenn. Tuesday due Miss Frankie Morgan, who lain STARKE PHONE T
,' sister-in-law, Mr. -COLONIAL FLORIST, Phone Edwarda and Jimmy Cannon were IAL FLORIST Phone 218. I
,rand to the Illness of her mother. -
U Andrews, In Jack, 2IH. also Sunday afternoon visitorsof Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines, nurse training In Gainesville AMBULANCE SERVICE
|\\V .
Mrs. John Moyer' and daughter the weekend with her
the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kllllan of I the Robbs. Mr. and Mrs S. E. Sparks anti spent parents
over Janie, of Jacksonville are spend Mr. and Mrs. !M. M. Morgan. Funeral Director
real ''OowL I \Vaynenvllle, N. C. arrived here
uN and Gotham Mrs. E. D. attended the
Gold Tenly
fcv : I Stripe Nylon Ing this week with Mrs. Moyer's Miss Sharon Hall celebrated
Its, at the SMART Joe Tuesday Truby.ILEARANCE to. spend the winter with (Hose at STUMP'S.The parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Hem- State Baptist Convention' In Miami her 19th birthday anniversary Our local funeral home enables us to
I this week following the
two elempntarV faculty mlngway. Haines and Sunday! by a dinner given by her I offer conveniences. and services not
Convention
groups met at the Colonial Inn Flowers wired l anywhere clay: the mother, Mrs. Shcllle Hall, and otherw'se available.
I Restaurant Wednesday evening' or night .wrlo..-COLONIAL Sparks went on to Cuba'for the her grandmother, Mrs L. S. Hut- t

for dinner in between the classesof FLOKIST. Phone :!IK. weekend. to. service at the lowest price M
Btudint8t We furnish the hlghesi type
Harold A. Johnson a
SALE the two groups. Miss Janet Bert Johns was called to West U. of F., was visiting his mother -I :Maiden Form and lossard accept ANY life Insurance policy. In force Issued by ANT cow
McCraken. instructor from the I Palm Bench last Friday because
I Mrs. W. N. Johnson, Friday Brassieres at STUMP'S. as In part or in full on a funeral. Consultation
pany payment
U of F. and consultant In the of the death of his brother, Joe Mrs. R. P. Lewis. of Hrooker I

Fabrics I I honor study group, was the guest of Johns Starke., a former resident of Kni' night.|"y Thank'gI I log Dliuu-r lit I visited her sister, Mrs Carrie In- carries-.---- no obligation.... --- ------.- -.

ates I the Colonial Inn ItvHtuurunt. jram Sunday
:Mnjtul/ 1 lose in all the nowslmilcH Mrs. Gladys J. Nunnery and
Now HaroUlone, of Jacksonville .. - ....- - - ft---- .
"t IhpI.lCT: hHOPPK.Misa daughter - -, -- _
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- -
y ___ .. _ 1IIfII: - -
weekend of Mrs\
guests
/ Ann Wilt left Monday by were
19 89c plane for her home in Willis, W N. Johnson.Mr. ( .
Mich after a visit with her and Mrs\, T. F. Hutto and SET YOUR ,BUDGET RIGHT AT
I grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. Lem Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stevensof
1 uel Colson. Jacksonville were Sunday
1 I guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Hut. STARKE,
N D. Wainwright, Jr. spent i 113: EAST

arIa Chambry / from Saturday through Monday 'I to.MEN'S FLA.Specials.
FALL S"ITT ALVAREZ. CALL ST.
Now on a business trip to New Yorkin S
connection with his insurance .
lines He made the trip both to Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan
[19 89c : and from New York by plane. and Miss Miriam Hornaby For
visited Felix Sullivan at Riverside We Reserve
I A c'nmJI.-I.| line of nit fluttersIn
OTHER our large display cane for \.r: Hospital in Jacksonville Sun The Right SUPERSTORES' Friday &,
I choice. nt nil tlnu-i.-COLONIAL day. Felix underwent an opera.
STOCK MATERIALS 1'I.OKIST. Phone 318. tlon last week and is getting To LimitQuantities Saturday,

WE I Mrs. Carrie E. Adams will return along nicely.Mr. Nov. 19&20
and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and
to her home in Jacksonville
cCalls Patterns PRICED I Saturday after spending the past Mr. and Mrs. Hans Walker spent "I

I week with the H. H. Adams. Sunday evening at Doctor's Lake

I Attending the meeting of Dis- visiting Mrs. Retta Shad. 'h'I? DELIGHT ,
trict Two of the Episcopal Church Miss Beryl Holland of Gaines- ,
% Women's Auxiliaries In Melrose ville was the guest of Mr. and SAVO BLEACH CORN MEAL

20 Tuesday were Mrs. Mattie Gaha- Mrs. Harry Mooty last Friday ARMOUR'S )

OFF j:'an. Mrs. O. L BeaHley, Mrs. R. night and accompanied them to
J. Davis and Rev. Bertram Sim- Orlando on Saturday. 3qts. 25c 25c
mors. Miss Elma Lee Hickey left M-I I- L K Sib. pkg.
I ,
I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dawklns of Monday for Peoria Ill. to visit .
Gainesville will\ be weekend guestsof her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. 1
MI'I.V.. H. Nollman. and Mrs. Roy Gummerson, for a 3 taU (

Mr. and IWrs.\ W.. L. Edwardsof month. cans
-- -- -- --- Girl
Jacksonville were weekend attractively-stager- Pottery planted-visa or. implanted.Gardens. : \ A L C 0 H 0 L Gingham

TRAL DRY GOODS STORE Miss guests Kate of Mrs.Struth.W. H. Struth and -,.COLONIAL .FLORIST Phone 33c SALAD DRESSING

,
Mrs. R. P. Stubbins entertained 218.
bst Call St. Starke, Fla. members of the State Farm Mrs. L. D. Vining of Starke 2 29c

Bridge Club at the Colonial Inn and Mrs. Proctor Snow of Day pts. Full qt. 37c
Restaurant Wednesday. tona returned last Friday froma ._. ,

:MEN'S FALL. St'ITS AT AL- ten day visit with Mr. and Mrs. I
VAREZ. Joiner in Atlanta.
\\ry Branch ofINSURANCE Mrs. Miriam Klckliter and Miss I Mrs. V. S. St. John Hew to

Dorothy Klckliter spent Saturday Darlan, Conn on Tuesday for Fab Deal
In Ocala. an Indefinite visit with her son- Soap

Mrs. J. C. Tlnalcy will arrive in-law and daughter, Mr. and

.-- here from Girardeau, Mrs. D. Christlano.
------ ----- today Cape
Mo. to spend several weeks with I Wide assortment 39c per f

her nephew and niece Dr. and yard prints at STUMP'S. WHIT ROSE 'F
\ C. WALL\ AGENCY Mrs. H. H. Adams.Mr. Mrs. Ada Alexander had as her I 2 Ig. boxes 34c. .

.\; and Mrs. Robert Harper Sunday guests Mrs. C. O. Dupuis IiFLOUR
spent the weekend in Daytona of Alachua, J. R. Jones and Earl I -
PI.EASB PHONE 146
Beach with friends. Summeral of High Springs, and --I I I I V
Complete rrltllng (wrvlc a Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Summersand
I- Constant Service Over 50 Years -
prlaltv.-COLONIAL FLORIST, daughter, Diana, of Gaines I

.--- .-- Phone Mr. and 218. Mrs. T. J. Griffin are I ville.Mrs.. V. S. St. John and Miss\ f i S!\ FRUITS <""> I 25 bag lb. 1.29

.upending a few days in Jackson. Alice St. John spent Sunday In f WGHMIES
LASSIFIED.t vllle with their son-in-law and Baldwin visiting Mr. and Mrs
daughter Dr. and Mrs. C. C. I Edwin St. John.
-- -- Mendoza.Mr. See the> new Gowns' and Pajamas .

(.f K: '1\\1'\1': 1 Franklin INSURANCE-I writ all llnm- and Mrs. P. M.\ Barefoot and ,' and 8-pIH'e Travel Sets at the '.. "

"i'huff'iiinlnsr wand circulating heater. : 1 I I lire.fire, automobile.Sea m. for your liability inauranceneedy. and daughter!! Sara, spent Sunday In' SMART SI1OPPE. York APPLES 3 Ibsi: - 25c ,
I H I i L wond condition.I I N. D. Wainwright, Jr., lZt Tampa attending the birthday Miss Nannle Graham Sandersof ;
I Telegraph, tt W. Cat St., Phone I((. It dinner for Mr. Barefoot's mother, Wythevllle. Va. is the houseguest ___ .
I I' I I' I
_ _
Mrs. S. A. Barefoot, who celebrated of her brother-in-law and

MATTRESSES i her 95th anniversary. on slater, Mr. and Mrs Guy An i :
\\I. YOUR NOW TIMBER OF ALL KINDS that date. drews. Fla. ORANGES 3 doz. I- 25c Chocolate Covered

RENOVATED Dr. and Mrs. M.\ B. Herlongand Mr. and Mrs. Marvin. Rosier! ,

l Cash Prices Paid I little John Adams, accompanied and Mra. H. II. Brice and daugh ______________________fle.__uu CHERRIESPound
by Mrs. Carrie Adams of ters, Barbara Lee and Martha
ll. Ill'1' IS BULK Jacksonville spent Monday and/ Sue visited Mr. and Mrs. James

1011 I IN UNIT Tuesday In Leesburg with rela I Rosier near Lawtey on Sundey. FIa, GRAPEFRUITL4!!!!! for lOc :

JHMN-VvT: PECKP. tives.Jothai" (olfl Stripe Nylon for Make ThunkxgUlnjr your rewrvatlont, l>!ifu-r. at now the ____ Box 67c

[ 0. Box 463 (Hose at STUMP'S."" Colonial Inn Kentaurant.Shirn ,
painesville, Fla.e FMlMrfKEFKrPIIOLSTEKF.n I Fla. CABBAGE lb. 3
per en
AND: REFINISHED .
'll 1 come a postcard see you.and I Drop l> A Card ,_____ _____ u un _____ Home Made Pure Sugar Cane 'i
HASTINGS MATTRESS CO.
Ill'ILDKKS' II.tlCl) V.tRE: ''
.. Box: 230 Palatka, Fla. ? LETTUCE head lOc
ill t\i> > tVs also a Iceberg large !
.mil. ;
replacement1KCiS. 1 Flouring Siding Framing SYRUP 99c gale
1 I 2t 11.19 FISH HA IT. Ltv.: MIN.\ baker, 1 nil. ao. Kcyxtono SoMh UiMirt Attb- toHShlnglea
)PI maple hert- on Itnad 100. 3lp 11-20 I ----------------1 ,..---------..
'.p( mahogany & SUIIng (AnphaltShlnTglefl Ii I
uite. l'an hff I''.:l.lt'Itil'8( Iou"iii.-<.'>i>kril inviilH; : andiomfiirtaljle
I'v"m. lit ,Ciilonlnl Inn. a 1 Steel C/anemrntx/ .
< & Son Stor-
Write Box 771 ,\I... fiirnl.hf<1 and nnrnrn .hd 1 -"
tf al'urt".ntM." Dnllirhtriil lorallon.lni.e nrlt.'kSancl4JravelCf'mf'ntIetal : W/u .P $ .I .I;
<- In nn :\vi! rltf,
-- -
> ih' mall family & Composition Hoofing
.. ... "
i i'lOp small farmI FOR SALEan "'I. 4 klnd: I
'1 1. Pin. Stale Atl Louisiana No. 2. some ribbon, Moulding Sown Wire
"own will bring dome green a litila P. U. J. See InWilliamsPAINTS Lake View LargeSLICED
I Morgan !.**. at une. Huiife t, Hix J Jlllrt. I
''\.rpil m' hnllx School on Starke. .___ 2tp 11.19 i iv
bua.l I BACON lb. 49c Western PIG FEET lb. ilk .
il pump -
I'I", "'" & .. .. .. TTL'.NTINllIIAT.S: ;'; A 0'\1'$' wunanrrit I I Paint Your House d; FAIRBANKSMORSEHOME : ,
V Hlrk, 729 Ron.nvlllo. and gun arreHHorleii. ling
"- Fill.2f I collars with your name and aildreBM Pay By The loDth. WATER SYSTEMS I

I.<. <1 r ax with new 60 nil i1.9'3 olr-! SA1.ESMAV HP.OS.( on plat, 75c-- -at 5t Apply DARBY 11-19 I Q_ Fresh PORK SIDES, lb. 29c Smoked SAUSAGE lb. 25c

II ; ""l .an. now I Iala l (ta. Co. 8iarke, Fla. tr STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES
'It M I' Inquire 1f1&1'1
"' ""rn.flter'a, Drug HOUSEHOLD KUIINISHINIJ8:: ;'; tor 45 Across. From S. A. L. Depot Delivery Service .
aulte. l 11 Phone -
living room' -

!"k ''II wn & whit.. hnund Itn nal piece: 6-pleee mahogany room .unite Duncan large I'hyffeillnlng table),, Fresh Pork SHOULDERS, lb. 39c Plantation OLEO, lb. 25c '
null
>l'l Aim hlankM.. I one J-plece maple bedroom ..
bedroom butte, /Ln.._
..11.1: Reward for r*. one t-ptera walnut .


'l"S.R 11n0(Pull.'. ''I.air Ni l iitarke.pir-STRAWBERRY..{.(. L'. Jordan itpi11" Itn ,of also rnnne frlKrrator.halr drawers", ..,bunk,. china white. ,,. beds large)1.closet breakfast....Hervel table Lapse extra lop,gnu art 3I theta."gsa HP rr N.14. a- From where I sit.. fy Joe Marsh, Fresh PORK HAMS lb. 49c OIL SAUSAGE, per gal 1.99

Chuiu-h.
1.10: ',.
l t !' unoniln." diamond: 'dlnn.1 FOR HALE: UnlverKity, Improved pupped. PICNIC HAMS lb. 39c Short
stalk o'ut. Western
< h Can be Itp l and vane atrlppcd.Ie per or $* per M .iandInic y r RIBS, Ib. 35c '

"d II' Mound with .mall Ainu and 12 cypreiiH ga doublebarrelahntgIIn fence po t.. f It's Your Fight, Too!

:'u, sass, flack and A. II. Ulland HamptonFla. lipLlllol"r Western Medium SizeFRESH ,)
f) llufui.. Alvarea. : ;: .

I.,;F: al.'""! "117511.Hollfant itp blryl 11.201 lt red Keward.. front Sunday: Return child also, .Sov.panta dree to Telegraph 7..,.and In pl.tld FloridaTheatre ..ock with office ... Bing Crowley was "buGn) ,;" the preserved In every aspect! big oretherdayaboutalllhatOarTowa'e STEAK or ROAST, lb. 39c MULLET, lb. 12Vc 4 4a

Ai I n R from Road Turn ZOO.'I..fI \ or Mr*. K. E. Starling. UpKOH little-whether it'. the right to .
"'r n< utnn. lip nexllnk, lard Itotk.Crux .jdoijiz! in the .way of sending food vote, or the right to enjoy a tem

eST F'urnlbhed "AWn..2 1Il.1..III l'i llet.... 8vw_k* old. H..... t ad,.*.....-toE.rtn?*.:.Bi. felt perateglass .ofbeer, or ale with
filth. h.bath a"" I .onabl.. +CarMr'as'1.gel: ....UI.m.If. -. democracies 'friends. I .
theevNrtaggIIng
I.!'. "'. no' parhmn., SS '- .nTwtnl ng.*". "-"t.. .wuar... 'h.l '
1tDILF r east IV. O.of Ebb Sup J2I.block:Starke.. It."al. tft.lip should look after themselves. And from. where I tit, aeliberty'sBut 'S

,: apartment l ,...un., most agreed with Judge too small to overlook. Because the l >
I Iyt't!' 'hrd. exceptionally, ,, W TED7""I'UPPY. male prefer minute small. freedom is threat
i. hnrt-halred. Pedigree not n""U' Cunningham who said: "So long one
*nt In
t town i orT .
.A v:( ,.d All sprtment.*I nary. Will Box give II or It call a good Btarke home U., .i any family or individual In ened. >II the other are In Jeopardy Ij i !
Write
11?)f ,, to ".pall.. .10...and F.. 11 Europe is helping hold the line for -Just a< the minute one small
H '
..- -Wall Agency tfi FOR !RAtE' : 2 l l.r: dwelling freedom-aganitt thtforcti of in- country lotti freedom, all Its neigh- fl flf
: hnm., nn N. w..I: hnucec. 1 garage, 1 cement, block 'ol..IIIIlt'<<: common sense, and bon are In danger! .
1
Rrll bld .. on RaUord 1 road o
,, store 1I' .
1 I.. "> ,,,-lemttrld. city block wadt or bus nation. Se.E. common decency, to help 'era." ..
-1 Mrrhwav. If In- E. Oreen. Starke.:! 2tp 11.2. ftl ,
: 7.nhnr Because thaYSeeery6odp'e8ghti c9ce d
dined 1Utth: Sehnej
; i ALL Kl'HMSHlN'Jslor S-room hou Individual freedom fa
that
To
2 t ".!" to b.. old on or about. Priced Pec.. 10.to tee
I.p' Terma ca.h A ".1" "
:'n" nleting' "."t..... .,.tte
dat.t.ninounced
n
..... III R Kelly, 21t Up%. later.St.lExacts. here lip Copyright, 19t8, UniHd Stottl Brtwttt foundation

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i1' BRADFORD COUNTY TELHGRAMI. STARKE. FLORIDA. FflIDAY i01'C'

t;b PACK) SIX lg 1.

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Judicial' 'i: Order In next foul w..kly1"" ". ..DI
Conrt. Kl.lt.H officialseal I
IK Clrenlt" hand and .w-
It 1 ,.".'t. In Bud far Hrailfurd 1 ounirKlorlila. Witness at I'Itark.lorh1.my .., this '
Nuv-I,
In ('kana.ey.U I'lnlntltf. \... .,,,... ember, 10. 1914.uFFII'IAT. I
Bernard. J. Thomas
A.
errile SKAT)
........ I.IOIMK,' ( .
II. II. llefenilnnt. Clerk of said Coin'tllv
1 'I'UK ....'t'.J OK "'...011''U. As Haven Crosby. 11 ('. I I
John II. Uarnard. resident up- Laiidrum. Hturke. Fli'iida.Atty. ,, .
T: Frank II

Known It IM hereby Oitletid, Hint y",1 for Plf. ___ 11-1-
are required to apimii. on I1'41!' 'tin1. before 1 I3tn I In C.Irriilt. Court llrailfortl Count.
( of Dnramuvi A !h .
I./ day the above entitled. com"I to the Hill Klorltlnl: : In ,4 hunter) \ I
Plnlnilff'
W 0..1'k'r" '"'
.1 '
In Ih. iilni\f styletlcause lisle:

F I t-K-raph, ; ..and you 1 Ihfivl the" l.llrndforil>' di-sliriiaii, I""unl-rd, IIH thenewnpapi1 your Oriler'of. Nh piihllcnllon 894 I.. mol Notice tt> I FOOT BALL !

this order. shall % iienrSTATR
hkh
1 lie puhlMieil' '" In wifks.WITMIfcS "% ".e .a week for fourconNS.uuc I Elsie Wood OF Fl.uUII'A Arkermanho i.' : > I I

: : mhit, ml and the. "Sw'I'I Ic residence ts unknown.You ', I I
Sinrlie. I i i.Irerd" .
lit .
t''flirt
( .
f thli are !hel.liy. qu| u rd t.> .1111"| |" a
t'niinii /Florida IIi,I. the !'itli dllyl Ihe''ralhr I '. II: I'M In 111. .thMmimed -

of(uFF'I, No i(:i'I.' :: :: .U.) li'H!A t .1., Bradford Phonate, I on Ctiuit seeks, and dlxone, i.uiec. H'litlfurd n, In r. mplalntlrr I

Clerk. or I the Circuit' Court. County Telegraph. shall pil>ll-h this'

County Florida.Crosby P. ('. I Order In next four weekly. /Istuvsltnexx .
Hv Haven official
.. hand and
\ my
\
1 for 1 1ll
\V. H. Cone Solicitor 12st I Starke. 'lol'ld" this November
12-3 seal at


. >ol"'" of Operlnl-' Master's tale" As( Clerk 5. of-said 1941.OFFICIAL' SRAI.. Court.Itv ) A..1.. Til..mas : 8:00 P.

" Notice In' hereby Klven that underand Ha\en Crosby, P I C FRIDAY NOVEMBER 19 --- M.
final
by virtue: of that'entered ceitaln'by the F:. K Perryinan. Stnike. Florida.Atty. .
!I',I I decree Honorable matlc A., Z.and Adklns. tine of 'theJiidften for Plf. 11-12 4t 12-3

.t ,,f the Circuit, Court of the .
. Judicial Circuit of Florida.In In Clrralt .....1. Hrnilferil ('o.nl"
eft''' Eighth: .
< hnni'ery.Kdunrd
InChancery "orh'M' In
and fop 1 Countv. .
1 1I'
vf.Mautle
Jn 1t2'il.I; M. O.Nnal. Plaintiff
on the y of N'o- :
In that certain : <). O'Neal.:; Pffnitlunt Cane
It vember A. 1> 1M1
suit, wherein Ayenck-'! No 8934.order uf. l>ul>llcall...i and Notice toIpnenr

Corporation, and P. .It.a Finn corporation/ et 11..1' ,
I underpinned. STATB OK '..IIItIP'to' Lake
S.
the [ B. H.
whose riNlilenreIH City
Master by sold! decreo Mmicl": (1 O'Neal:;

11.ln.IM..y.for.... will melt, Countv.nt...11 the to hint Court.the door highest House of I: I You unknown liHpember are hereby: 13. 1141 r.vlulr.d| In, the to"h appearnn above r..ln1,1..lnllff ,I I vs

Florida, during the leirnl! nnnietl Court .nod 'aiiHe IlradfurdI'nunty
seeks divorce
I Ieepn'herI'I "
sale on ;Monday
I .' Telegraph Hhull rnhllnh ,
following described I thl"l
D. 1948 the
', 4 rirrlrr. In next four w. I' 1 property, Hltlttlte and beingIn \\ltnvHN mv blind and .offlcla '. .
Ilradford ,Countv. Florida.' ti>-wltOne ::
-I"'ld., this Nuvimh -
Lot liI'llit line Hundred ((100)) .'Meal..r at 9.Sturkc.1941OKPK'IAI. "
J feet bv fine Hundred thlrly.nr HKAI. A. J. Thomas Out !
( ,
an feet 'In I the Southwest Cornerif Everybody
(1 Kantof ,\.. Clerk. of said I'mirihv
.r led or Hlock Seventeen ((17) haven (CroHliv I. cX :
llallroail.. Town of l.nwtey. Hr..d.r arh H. Dourlae. B05-R07( I.vnrhMnlldlnir.
ford ..nnty. Florida. Heinle/ Insertion .I.i, 'kHonvllle, Kl'irldaVtly. .

,r (Twenlv-three It) South Unite[ ((23)Twentytwob Townshipfive / for Plf. 11-12 4t 1S-3 ..--- .' ,. :v*; .

In Fuel I-awtey Florida. I ...
\ I t <22) Kant. Hradfi.rU ('uul1
made. in In IrrllM Court. >.
Said' Hale to be pursuant '
said final derree of foreclonure and k'lorMni In 1 haaPrv.llnhsl .
Plaintiff, VRIfnmf ;
; Ohio Caldwell
to satisfy the snme.Thl "
.. the. 8th day of November Caldwell Defendant. PaneCr
r A h. l!>" SH47. .. h
f A.: J.: Ti.m..M., Jr., As "Special I IIall; Order of Publication sedath''" <
\ I"n/ ('hnncveylist %lipearPTATR I : 4
YInlo.; Lake flutter Floi OF FI.OllIHA toOeorsrw residence: ADULTS STUDENTS
II Ida, Solicitor for I'lainilff., Caldwell, whose .
,
I ii-is\ 31 1\-24\ : and address lust knwn lit IfiH Champb.in "
street, Cohoes, New York:

., '1 OIIOINNI.I.: VI). Ill-t I I I un You'pecember:: are ,hereby 13. I04S renulretl,I In the to appear ahovimimed ;

AN OHIIINtNf F'I: St tUI.I/: .tI'- Court and i'1111.... hereinI 75c 55c
.
OIIIIIN 4s1 K: ,... lol <<: (
; 'I KIN Jt F' I I / seeks divorce' BrsidfrinI ,
I.l\tlNli: UI : 1'O' only
\ \" tMHNIlKIt ;! TelesTrnph Khali publishthis : .
I :
TtKOII 'I UK: I NK: rF'I/IF: IIOF i Order In next four weekly issues + -
.
NT t lth I..,:. ON ,', IK II \ .K. 11'11. Witness mY bund and. offlclfil 4 4
n IN Hlltfll" OF Kl: .tI": "'' 111...I seal at "'I..rk.Iorhla.. this Nov.elher f
IIOIII.FII.: I. 4
9t E'rK1161Oil: to. 1944.Ol'FI'Ltf. .
Iv4'r11IL. l.ltr :KIKI: > .l-K'lltlll: .- ( SRAI.: A. J. ThomasAs .
KIN _
TKI.KI'IIONK MKIftHKl: > "t C.
: llv Haven (Crosby P
'1''-:It ttKlltllK._ OIK'IKHK.I: till .h.hn.1 Henderson Ksq St. Au\ ."..
I I HOTTIKIDl: l'HO\H l'ii Poll '1'lIt: tine, Florida.Atty .
".:..1...:..* OK Nit II ITII.irv "tlI-: for Plf. 11.12 4t 12.3 M}
'. fFIII'tlN.: K\-
HtKIN SI
\ K : '
INPTI\4r" """:"" ItIHI\J ,'''::11.t.I -I In Circuit ('. ,;;;. Bradford ('...,,,,
..
POt ":"" OK 'n.F: IIIIIKCTOIOK Florid.In 4 banrery.Henrv 4 ,
/ KIN\XK._ .\ HI-i.TIO'\ K PrldBen. Plaintiff "".
THRIIKTOi 4h, PIIO\IIIINPI1 1, hevaette Prldgen Defendant I
Vivian'
I'K\ \I...'V Foil THK IOI.ATIO'OK Case. N-o. 614! '
ITS TKHMVHKICEAH. ... Order of Publication and Notice to : 1948 SCHEDULE
I J \ It' has been railed In ."pp..P
the attention of the city Council ot. STATE OF .'LoIUPIn:
the City of Starke, Bradford ('uunI Vivian Leargette Prldtten..whose resIdence .
' ,. Florida, that a Clvl Project I I.. and address h\l.l' known .I- ,
now In prorreim on property ownei. 71 "Society Street Charleston. South Jack Eaves Tackle .
by Raid City. Said Project being thererllon Carolina:
of building on the Cln YOU are hereby required' to appear SEPT. 23 NEWBERRY 0 BUS 23
----- Carl Edwards (Guard;
property for the use and benefitof on December 13. 194ft. In the above I. -
the starke Boy Scout Troop No named. Court and .cause wh.r.lnplaintiff
70. .and seeks divorce. Bradford .
WHKRKAS. It In an accepted fuel County Telegraph shall publish this
that the Ito" Scout Program la fat Order In next four weekly Issues, I SEPT. 30p------ SEABREEZE 19] -BUS 6
the bent IntervHt of our youth pro. Witness my hand and officialseal
mntlnir. foxterlnv and encouraging/ 'I I at "Starke. Florida, this November .
the training of our youth to become 10. 1 4S.
better rltlxenn, and. (FILIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas
WHEREAS iiald ,hullillng. now I ,\. Clerk of said Court. OCTOBER 8 ------- PALATKA 19] -- BHS 0 It's A Fact .
under construction will' coat apprtix' Hy haven Crosby P O. CO; GET 'EM TORNADOES!
I
Imatelv fl,200.00 and, John .1. Henderson Rs<|., 11'. AUKUSline -

I opinion WIIEHKAN.of the It City:t 1i the Council considered of the: Florida for' Pit, 11-12 4t 12-3 THE TORNADOES ARE HOT!

I it City make.of nome Stark contribution that the City to thin should Project I Atty.HR IT ORDAINEH- BY TIIR WESTERN AUTO OCTOBER] ----- GAINESVILLE 18 -- BHS 0 SEE THEM I TONIGHT}(; !

i and In order to make said contribution (CITY COUNCIL OF 1'1111r1'Y; OF
" It In the opinion of the. STAKKR THAT OHIONANCR ;NO. ''
:1 City Council of the City of Starke Ut-A. IIR .ANff TIn KA.MR.HRKRMY 1M OCTOBER MONTICELLO BUS' 0 DENMARK FURNITURE
I: that an additional five per cent AMKNPRU TO ItKAU \K ASSOCIATE STORE ----- --
"%!! )Iutility tax In addition to the FU1.1.01Y8Seetlon : .
t. present five. percent (5% >)> utility 2. There .In hereby levied. COMPANY
lax should he levied. on the usersof the City upon each and '
utllllleH nf the City of EUarke, a very tux by purchase of ejcftrlrlty. me- OCTOBER 22 P. K. YONGE- BUS 27NOV.
for the month of O4>tob"rt 1449, only lered or bottled HUB natural, liquefied --- ---
I laid additional' five per rent (S.%. >)> petroleum gas or manufactured .
to be earmarked, let aside and appropriated ), telephone. service, and water A Good Team Your Backing Means A Lot


'!;... the taking, said rare building for of the I part exclusive Now of the, thereforeBE cont line 0'1 I I City within service In the the mount corporate(metered of limits five or percent bottled of the). Deserves Your Support 5 --- SAINT LEO 20 - BHS 6 See The Game Tonight

IT ORDAINED that SectionNo. CII"%, ) of each payment received' by
I of Ordinance No. 101-A be the for such utility service.


I, name follow Section tax la, :by hereby 2.the There City amended la upon hereby to each read levieda and. all or of'laid the commodltv paying the seller by use the the of purchaser; the charge which City tux therefor to at the the shall selleror time but.be BIGGS & BAKER NOV..12 --- LAKE BUTLER 0 -.- BHS. 20 L. B. ALVAREZ



1 i every or purchase bottled of gas electricity(natural.. metered liquefied .-. not This,less' ordinance often than shall monthly take effect BICYCLE SHOP NOV. 19 LAKE CITY
SERVICE STATION
HERE
I or manufactured A. D.
petroleum van in the. 1st day uf November --- - -
. ). telephone' service. and 1919.
I water Herlve) metered or bottled' ) Al'l Ordinances anti parts of Old.nances .
within the corporate limit, I of the In conflict herewith are
., City In the amount of ten per cent lereby repealed. GOOD LUCK NOV. 24 GREEN COVE' SPRINGS. HERE
d 00"1o.. each payment receivedbv IMssfd and l adopted liy the C'lty"ouncll --- You'll Arrive Safe At The
the Keller for nurh utility ,er- of the city of Starke IntKUlur
* (
1 TO THE TORNADOES!
,. vice or commodity, which tax shall session' on his, the 2lot day ...... .. Game WithFIRESTONE
-
- - - -
be paid 1 bv the purchaser, to the 1848.I .
1'1 I .if September. A. l I' I .,
of the - - - - -
\ seller for the lie e of the City nt the I A ('ANII\'A. Chairman ; -
I time of paying the chance thereforbut .
'1 not leim often than monthly. CIlY| Council.VTTRHT': ,'.\111. .IOIINS; Cltv Clerk.TO Florida Bank at Starke TIRES
The. Ordinance' shall take effect TIIR HONOHAIIUB\ MA YOU"IF :
nn October. 1. A. t> 194M. and xhull TIIW City of Starke: 1 herebyrertlfy
NOW IS THE TIME: FOR ALL GOOD
expire on : A I>., 1941. the above. and" foreiiti.n '
that
p'. All OrdlnanreH, rat"ld" parts of OrdInanren : ordlnnnce' was duly adopted ...1 MEMItKH: F.D.l.C.WE'RE FANS TO TURN OUT AT THE GAMELET'S : Everybody Out

,I' In conflict herewith areberehy lamed by the City Council nf thIty J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS
repealed.Panned of Starke on the 2Ut d.iy ofeptember. GO!
and adopted by the City' ( A. !>.. 194K.
Council of the City t.f Starke. In' Clork. For The Game
II I CA It I. JOII.N.S.( City Tonight!
,
I regular. Heimlon on thlx. the 21 day The above and forenolnir Oraliitnce 'WITH YOU,
( of September' A. D, 1-HH.! : received by me and np- TeamTHEATR'ES
was FLORIDA & RITZ If You {Want A {Winning
.
tl'I I J. A. CANOV'A, Chairman of theCitv roved by ma on thin, I the 31st day TORNADOES
Council. .. A. f> 11'41\
: / ATTKSTCARI.: JOHNS! City Clerk. HAROLD. C'. W A 1.1., ;Mayor of the I ANDREWS Them Your Support!
: TO TIE flOo.OHA;.: '". : MA Volt of of Starke. 2t 11.19OIt111VA'l'E MOTOR CO.Give
the City of 8tarke: I hereby c.rt- :Ity
icy that the above and foregoing MO. H3-\ GEM JEWELRY
t ordinance wan duly' adopted and AV OHOINM'K MKWIIIICIMF. : "- FARM HOME
1/ passed by the City Council of the '. 1"F1 OK PHOI'KHTV AHIT1INI1 ,
city of "Starke on the 21 day of THKrHK.Kr HK.HKIN.AKTKH : : .
ON ... Eat 'em Up AND AUTO SUPPLY
September I> 1914. DUOS 151119:1) TO : ,
CAHIj is'K., city; Clerk.The IIKNTI\I.: t>IIIPOHK<4 ONLY AMIHMOMIIINO ED SIMPSON .. Let's Fill The Stands
above and foregoing Ordinance "IH ,r NO" In 11.111'11
I wan received by me and approved HK.IOIirH Mll "l.l. HH IH4IK.II! : tt\ TORNADOES GUY ANDREWS
I by me. on thin, the. il day ofSeptember curt OF TIIKH AI"PIIOR.Iilte For Tonight's Game
I'HK: -
f., A. I n. 184S I' '111-1 CON-MTMI" CTION: OKHK
: HAROLD ('. WAI4.. Mayor of the TIIK.HKONTHK
+InI\1:4 ... .... WE'RE PROUD OF OfR TEAM AND
' City of Starke. 21 ItItORnlNN OK WHICH IH HOT : We'll Be There
.'fl' 0ir STARKE .
I lit*'II 93.0410.00.WIIEItUAS been OUR NEW 'LIGHTING SYSTEM AT VAN H. PRIEST
bus !
r t "-K so. 1IJA1 -* a petition WILL YOU
",''I( OHUI1411-K TO A""II"I''I' : ':(,- filed with the' City;rids: n of the THE ATHLETIC FIELD BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANYCompliments
\ TIONOf: OHIHNtMl-. lll.A ./% City of Starke. reiiuestlna.;
L1' fKN-DKI''' l.l-:\ IXl THK TA'CFOR that the properly abutting on M..d.Hl.eet

r::, +TIRKI THK.:. ni ICE Pl r.(1"I: ITCC':1: : 'No.son 100 from belnn the also old State West. toad City ELECTRIC SERVICE

,' f 1"1"t.U y .,j "' ) on PO'M".F.n' (ts, City 1-tmlt of said City be Good Luck, Team!
t ,
,!: 1; IV TtH 41.. LHMI.KIPItI' PRTRO. restricted to resldental purpose, AND SUPPLY
t. I.FrW 014 OK 41tl r.te tiwD; ). and SERVICE
l 1:. TKI.KPHO-.K "":H,.It.,.: 4YD WA.TER .. WHEREAS. The City Council. of ELECTRIC
WKRtlCR I""I'. noiri.Kf_i pnoviDiN-ri ron -inw consideration to said petition and. 1 TORNADOES!
f't KKI.MCR: OK qtril' I TII.ITV ".:11'II'F. U uf the opinion that said reQuested Bradford Hardware C
'\ JIItKI'IIG CK.RTtlV KTRMPPOWRR4 : restriction would be In the o. !
'. Tin", PREaeRIBIV/i 'PRTAIv': public Interest, NOW TIIRKBFOK.UK SEE YOU AT THE GAME! Clean em Up, Tornadoes
or THE DIHRCTOH' OFJIA IT OIUA1NF.t"'Y TilE CITV
I
*'-K IM HI--.I.4TION THK.RK.: COUNCIL. OF TIn CITY OF DRIGGERS of
| The Team out
TOi ANI> PHOVIniNn 4 PKNAI.TVPOR It1'AHKIDRAD.. HP COUNTY, Support SPORTING GOODS ,,Just like we clean those spots

THK \IOI.ATIOV OK IT1 WXiKIPAJSUCTION the clothes bring us r
TICRIII" 1. That from and afterpasaaaa I ': FURNITURE you
of this Ordinance It shall COMPANY

!. rural. fours: Bradford Co..tr.KlorUei be unlawful to use any of the property -.
Im ...........,.. hereinafter named. and thanresidential described SLADE GAS COMPANY

I Annie I.T.,. fNTnMl Bennett, fendant.Plaintiff. CaneNo. va.Oeorre for purposes any purpose and.9ther. ao build- We're Proud To Be

(14*. Ins permit shall b. Issued to any I We're
I Order .f .. II..tlo. sad Native .e person residence firm or thereon corporation the construction to erectany A Tornado Booster All Pulling .

ApveaipTATF of which Is not lens than
.1 OP K1A1KIOA, to: S.OOO cost 00 said property belnar more For The Tornadoes -
oeorge T. Bennett Whoa residence
# specifically described as follow: Every Type Of .
t and address U: Tabor City, North ahuttlna on Madl
Carolina: I That property GUIDON GRILL And
(son Street also brine Stale INSURANCE Refresh Yourself Before
You are hereby required appear
. toad No. 100. lying and h..lo.h.tw..n .
. on Iiecembrr.. Court 13.and 1'4S. In, the whereinPlaintiff abovnamed the old West city L.lm- Torode After The Game With
cause Bradford It of the City of fttarke and GEORGE KOPELOUSOS Chevrolet Co.
I seek divorce the present West City Limit of PLEASE PHONE 146
II I! .(Q.nl,7, X411gtc9Rh.MhAl1: : publlll this. tit J40I" ... "' ''t"" ,
l ,tf"'lf\III _. .onI WHISTLE ORANGE
qt11.f.....:..{npj ,1ft .<1' (\ I .. ... ..... :
I'
4T" .. .ree'wt4V, are h.rebr.p.*.l< ._. Tl.I. WMl'MI.'fttT --- u \ 'I
:
{ IN STARKE SECTION .. This Ordinance' shall. v. ,
b. published once a week for twosuccessive Bring Home The Bacon
WEDNESDAY. ,
EVERY weeks In the Bradford E. F. Distributor
'II 1 County. Telenraph. Mow 'em DownTORNADOES MILES.
Ii FORRESTOPTOMETRIST L. A. CANOVA. President City Coun. -
TORNADOES!
I DR. BERNARD ,11., Irs A Pleasure
.. ATTESTCART.. JOMVfl'' Cltv. Clerk
TO TUB HONORABLE: MAYOR of COMPLIMENTSDIXIE
the Cltv of fltarke: I hereby cert To Back The TORNADOES! !
Kyfn Examined try that the above and foregoing| J
i ordinance waa duly adopted and SETZER'SSUPER
Claw* Fitted passed bv the City Council nf theCity
of Btarke on the tlmt day of OLSON'S REFRIGERATION GRILL
And Complete VI.u.LServlee Bepfember. A. T> l 4t.
,\I I CARL JOHNS Cltv Clerk STORES The STAR
I SALES & SERVICE STORE
The above and foresrolna 0,.;.
I' Inance, was received by m. and ape WHERE TORNADOES"D:
}I,1: ON COURT STREET I proved.. bv. m* on Ihl., the 21st day. THE

,I'a!+ OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE of HAROLD Penlember r. /,WALT.I..yor A. P 1411.; of the '' - - THEIR FRIENDS. LOVE TO EAT'j

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Newslark's Presbyterian ChurchJohn I Baptist Church Christian ChurchJ. At The Tabernacle and Mrs. W. N North. I| band In Gainesville. I I I Mr. and Mrs. Lee Youngblood
hurch I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sapp of of Sarasota are visiting their !

Warren Kaufman Minister Rev. Bob Pinder of Stetson will B. Dixon, Pastor Thanksgiving Service at the Perry spent the Armistice holiday ] Raiford and Mr. and Mrs. Sapp I I daughter Mrs. John McKlnney. i
Morning Worship 11 a.m. be the supply speaker at tho Sunday school 10 a.m. Tabernacle will be held at 7:30: with Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fan- of Lake Butler were visiting | There will be aervll'eaat, the
EpiscopalE is Among the noblest.man's virtues Gratitude First Baptist Church this Sunday Sunday morning service 11' Thursday evening Nov. 25, and cher. friends and relatives of this sec- Baptist Church Sunday. Everybody !! .
God. Giving thanks to In the absence of Rev. LewisD. a.m. Subject "Come Go" will consist of songs recitations, Mrs. Ernestine Anderson of tion Tuesday night. la invited to attend.
D., Vicar We I
B. welcome
Simmons. "Great Ice. you to the -erv- Haines, pastor, who with his Sunday evening service 7:30: and a brief Thanksgiving\ mt'aIlRIby /:" Waycross, Ga. came Saturday to Pete Sapp visited Spencer
8
i da,1, \ 19: p.m. wife and Rev. and Mrs. Pearce p.m. Subject: "The Master Is CallIng a visiting M'nlster. The Pll visit Mr. and Mrs J.f.. Bradley Crews at the State Farm Tues-
.n?, Great Plays". WREn Sunday School 9:15: am. Classes and Rev. and Mrs:-Sparks Is visIting for you" grime will be represented by Ka- and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Brad day night.
"anted Cottage" for each age group. The Adult the Baptist Mission Fieldin Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday thy Johns and Leonard Noege ley. Friends are gratified to know Mr. and Mrs. Pledger Johns CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
So 20: 4 p.m. Children'srenearsal. Class will hold its monthly meet- Havana this weekend. The evening at 7:30.: In costume. Special music is being that Mrs. Leslie Bradley' Is recuperating and children and Mrs. Lester
ing in the Chapel tonight (Fri- choir will be directed by Mrs Children's Hour, Friday at 3:30: prepared.The nicely foltywlng! her re Johna visited Mrs Lester! John's
S'," 218: a.m. Holy day). Come and enjoy a social Ethel Biggs and Mrs. Mona Cano- Sponsor brought an inspirIng cent Illness. mother, Mrs. Mary Whitehead,

iumoi, 10< a'mChurch evening with us. va will be at the organ. p.m.Young People's 'group, Friday message Sunday morning on Mrs. P. S. Crews, Spencer on her eighty-fifth birthday last

I !Nursery. Kindergarten In the Thursday 10 a.m. the Union Sunday evening Rev. Pinder' evening at 7:30 p.m. the Topic: "Things that Remain"; Crews Mrs. C. D. Sellers and Sunday.We .
nm\rv Departments Thanksgiving Day service will be will again bring the message, and Women's Council meets eVl'ryfirst and In the evening Dr. Rolan R. Patricia Wtllard visited relative welcome Mr. and Mrs. Ben
., enter Junior and Inter- held In this church. Rev. L. H. the Happy Hour as usual will Thursday of the month at I Stoker gave an informative Bible In Auburndale Saturday and Sunday Renfroe who have moved from
In the
tt Departments Hill will preach the sermon and feature singing of request! hymns 2:30.The: study ons: "Things received Mrs. Crews and Mrs. Sellers Lake Butler to our Community.
.
Morning Prayer
11 j a.m. pastors of the other churches will and choruses led by the piano- Fellowship supper and through Salvation". were called to Auburndale They are better known as "Unc
;ermor bY the Vicar. participate. This will be a one organ duo of Mrs. Morse and Mrs. Thanksgiving Service, Thursday Ie Ben" and "Aunt Mae" and
because of the Illness of their
Church Is open dally for hour service. May It unite us all Mann. night, Nov. 25. .. i brother Bill Rivera for whom they live near their daughter
meditation. in Praise and Thanksgiving. Mrs. Roan Turner.
and Sunday School meets' at 9:45: : friends wish a. quick recovery.Misses .
_.______ _. __ _._ with I CONGREGATIONALMETHODIST State Farn Christine Forrest and
n -------n-- classes for the more than . . . .
250 CHfHCH I Barbara Iverson of New Orleans,
m attending with a staff of
CHURCH By Mrs. Bryan Whittle
BAPTIST
jf FIRST STARKE over 60 teachers and officers. Services! every. Saturday night, La. were visitors of Mr. and Mrs.J. GrahamBy
.
O. Caldwell the
Training Unions meet at 6:15 Sunday morning and Sunday night, during past
"In The Heart of Town And In The Heart for all ages including adults. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., at Congregational Community Club Meeting; week having been among those Mm. John McKlnney I

of The People"A Midweek service will be held Methodist Church on In celebration of her birthday attending the Anderson-Caldwell e PHARMACISTPhone
at 7:15: Wednesday and will be Brownlee Road. + Rev. J. W. Grlffis. Mrs. H. M Rlcharde was hostess wedding November 12.
the annual praise and Pastor. at the meeting of the Community Accompanied by Mra. Steve Mr. and Mrs. Walter White and 84 STARKE
Southern Baptist Church For All People thanksgiving Service of prayer the I Club Tuesday afternoon of last Simmons of Starke Mra. J. C. children of Newberry were visit-
church with all taking CATHOLIC CHl'RCH : week. Her refreshments were the Wallace attended the Contrafra- ing her sister, Mrs. P. O. Starling. On-the-Minlt Service
part. '
traditional one Ice cream and temity of Christian Doctrine In Sunday.Mrs. .
9:45
School : Training Union 8:13 Union
Sunday Thanksgiving Service Sunday Mass 10 a.m. DAY & NIGHTCAREFUL
cake. The regular business meetIng Jacksonville Wednesday! Thurs Edward Broughton and
H Morning Worship Evening" Hour 7:30( this year will be at the First Sunday School 11 a.m.
Mrs. Lonnie Hines In
the direction ot and and the .were Gainesville -
was under day Friday was guest
Presbyterian church, 10
Thursday
Week Mass 8:30 a.m.
Day
11:00: Wed. Mid-Week Sen Ice 7:30: with Mrs. Lawrence Dugger\ Presl of Mrs. Isabel Edwards. Mr. and last Thursday on business.Mr. .
a.m. Rev. J. R. Hill of the -Father John O'Dowd, Pastor
First Methodist Church speaker. dent. For the occasion arrangements !!: Mrs. Tom Conners were also pres- and Mrs. Jack Starling/
of beautiful chrysanthemums ent at Friday's sessions of the Clearwater were visiting relatives
:Morning\ and evening sermons Sunday by Host pastor Rev. Kaufmann. Church Of ChristBible were placed to advantage Conference. here last weekend.

Rev. Hob Pinder of Stetson I I>ENTECOSTIIOLINESS In the club room. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Holmes Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Kelly of
I I School 10 a.m. Sunday Starke and Mrs. Hattie Vamea
and little Bob Dukes visited Mr.
Union Thanksgiving Service Thursday 10th St. and Temple Ave. Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday Billy North attended the bal of
Sampson Mr. and
and Mrs. J. A. Cole, Jr. In Lees- were visiting/ .
10:00: A. M. at First Presbyterian Church Sunday School 9:45:* a. m.; MornIng Evening Service 7:45: p.m. Sun- Ion parade and greeted Santa burg/ last weekend.Mr. Mrs. Edd Parrish Sunday.. I
Worship 11 a.m.; Evangelistic day Clause in Jacksonville Saturday and Mrs. J. W. Woodward Earl Starling" of Gainesville and
"Visit. The Church With The Veiling.. Pastor"i Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone I Bible Study Is every WednuI I Billy was accompanied on this moved to the Blanding division his brother, Lewis Starling, of
welcome. I Jay at 7:45: exciting trip by ms parents, Mr. of the Farm during the past 'Farm Collins were visiting their
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week. mother Mrs Kate Starling Sunday -
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng and '1 --

their young son Carlton arc now Bobble- Frazier, who has com-
living in the house formerly occupied I pll'tt't.hl\ basic training" at Fort ?
W by Mr. and Mrs. 11. K. Jackson S. S., Is home on 10 .
Tyrus. Mr. Meng! Is with the I days furlough with his parents,
Form electrical department and I I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Frazler. You :need good
II before coming here to live resided | Mr. and Mrs J. W. Jackson' and

W In Hampton.Mr. baby of Waldo were visiting his AutomoLileLiabilityIns
and Mrs. Burnell Caldwell parents My. and Mrs. Noah Jack-
',' and their daughter, Barbara Ann; son, Sunday.Mr. .
of Delnnd were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney "
and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell Friday were visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. G. ,
night and Saturday.Mrs. Kelly In Starke Monday.Arfhrilis .
Calvin Williams and children Charley E. Johns

Sandra and Sherrie, of Al- Agency
Ga. to visit Pain
bany came Saturday Phone ISfltlng STAKKE. FLA.i .
Mr. and Mrs O. E. Crews for a
For quick' Mlfhtfully omfcrUns for
; help
MbM end pala..5:: .... Arthrltu.:
week.Mr. M.urltU.liumbBco. ,Bclitlo,or.... ,.
and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell .aIa try
.._*.Work' "......b the blood. Pint o>ootuuallr
Misses Lila Rae, Peggy and Fran. ilirti U.vtMln. twin fa nit e.a

PAVE) (SAVE) (SAVE) (SAVE) ces Caldwell and Alex Yawn were CWt work.,.aojor...*lift as dru.sad.ilop... today.man! .Quick: oom-.. "._ THE TNAVCLCNS. HavMaedyEiLa4
I Guests of Mrs. J. B. Caldwell In pUtt utufMtloa money VMS............
Dixie Lily's Swift'sPLANTATION Ocala Sunday.Mrs. --
Charles Snyder of Jack-
sonvllle and her visitors, Mr. and

Pure LARD lb. - 21ceal Mrs. Earl Dunn of Pennsylvania,
+a
spent the past weekend with their

), 4lbs. 1ge I Grits, 4lbs. 20e Engram relative,and Mr.family and Mrs. W. O. I I I

(SAVE) (SAVE) Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kirkland
and their sons, Wayne and A. C., 'I
Jr.. dinner of Mr.
Milton were guests
SAVE) (SAVE)
and Mrs. A. B. Rosier In Law-

tev at noon Sunday.Mr. ',
r 'This Year's -- ,- .
r p ; English Peas No. 2 can ''- 10 and Mrs. M. K.: Grlner visited -

relatives In'Mclrnsc and ftGainesvllle .
SYRUP gal. 99c I Sunday. ',1I 1,1s "
-
per Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zuercher
I returned to their home In Sun s
rtvFROZEN Antonio, Texas Tuesday after l of fine
(SAVE) (SAVE) having/ visited Dr. and Mrs. H.

ISAVE / J. Kurera since Thursday. Dr.
) (SAVE) cleaning
'I _. dry
Muller's 12 __
oz. pkjj. and Mrs. Kurera and their guosU -
Ballard & Dullard hud enjoyable trips to Silver skill
Springs St. Augustine and the I 7':

FLOUR 5Ibs. Egg NOODLES 2 f for 33c beaches during their stay I '" v Yx .v t
39c _
"'
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Unndnll, Jr. .:;>-
and of Jacksonville
family spent '
... After a thorough, careful dry cleaning
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. O
treatment here, your clothe are returned
(SAVE) (SAVE) "'- 1 Randnll. to fronh
and
SAVE) (SAVE) Mrs. Senle Pender and Miss you Bweptrevltallzed.dperl'c.tly i
Louise Tucker of Bradenton wen preHoptl. to hang sleek and

Hershey or Dixie SNUFF, brand 3 for 25 guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams o Hmuoth. Smartly dressed women depend
any from Thursday! until Tues on our kill to protect their finest fabrics.
Crystal day. Monday Mrs. J. YVIlllnms, Ours I I" a special technique., HO safe-so

SUGAR 51bs. 37c P. A. Tobacco 3 f for 25 and Mrs. Miss J. C. Tucker Williams were, Mrs.luncheon Ponder< sure It's a real wardrobe saver 1 I II

guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. V )
I Flowers In Jacksonville.Jack .
Nelson and Miss Pauline I PHONE 135 l

'SAVE;) (SAVE) (SAVE) (SAVE) ftrannen of Jacksonville were IIUOppr ROUT. 315 f
.
H [ guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W, I

LUX Small 2 f for 25c 25 Ibs. Ballard's Scratch 1.15 I Brannen. and Sunday.Mr. Mrs.. W. G. String- I i iI GREEN, Temple

fellow had dinner at noon Sunday Owner Ave. '


I SOAP POWDER, Ige. 29c I 100 Ibs. Ballard's Scratch 4.45 I''. Mrs.Starke.with Btringfellow.In Mrs.the afternoon J. M.their Brownh-e Mr hostess.ami In I I r ir i

I and Mrs. L. K. Brownlce visited I STARKE, FLA.Trouble .
Judge and Mrs A. V. Long at j
I
I their Cowpen Lake home. .
IN OUR MARKET I Miss Melba StrlngfHInw of -

Green Cove Springs/: spent Wednesday -
New York Dressed TURKEYS lb. 63c night and Thursday withMr. I- "- --- - -
(
T and Mrs. W. G. Strlngfellow.
George Manasmi, Jr. retul'npoj to I TO MAKE
his home In Green Cove Spring- %pw TyEM

Eke Fresh MULLET lb. 18c with Miss Strlngfellonv after hiv- t wQ e, I
InK visited his grandparents here I ,
I II for several days.Mew II

pood Smoked SAUSAGE Ib. 25c I . e e I I II



Fresh Pig Pork HAMS, lb. - SIc I LONG RiverAND BRIDGE i I 'li't' R# 1

Ily Mr. E. A. KappA

'.
Home Made CRACKLINS lb. lOc i
= large crowd attended bap.
tism services at Long Bridge


Enter Cut PORK CHOPS lb. 55c four John Sunday candidates town afternoon.Baptist for Rev.Church baptism Greek and had of I

they were baptized in the riverat

[Smoked BACON lb. 49cSwift's Mr.Long and Bridge.Mrs. C. M. Fredricksof I

".. Mobile, Ala. were visiting Mrs.
la
frodrtck'a father, J L., Johns, I Our Business

Premium -STEAKS lb. 55c Friday and Saturday.
l 1 Mr, and Mrs. Dick Caroll! and '
I children. of Jacksonville visited WELLS ELECTRIC'
MI'. and Mrs. Ira Merrttt: Sunday I
FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES FOODS fternoon. I .

Maine'' We are sorry to report Smith I
Yellow Johns on the sick I lint this week. HOUSE WIRING

POTATOES, 10 ibs. '- 25c ONIONS, 3 Ibs. _ 12c Cut Green Beans - 30ef.olden Mr. Johns has had an operation EXPERT ELECTRIC STOVE & HEATER
and Is In the hospital In Jax. REPAIRS
;
Ripe RUTABAGAS 3 Ibs. Spinach 34c Squash 19c We all wish him a epeedy re- I
BANANAS 3 ibs. 25c 12c Green .covery.
Lima Beans ''macrR
Icebe Green Mr. and Mrs Romey Johns of ESTIMATES FREE ;

LETTUCE CABBAGE, 3 Ib. 9C Peas 30c Coconut 28c Truba Jacksonville Hodges were Sunday.visiting Mr. *

2 large head 19c Mixed Fruit 25c Peaches 2& Miss Oosette Sapp of Jackson- I 1 96 WASHINGTON ST.

Mustard. Turnips, Collards Oranges 2 1 15c Frozen Crab . ville was visiting her parents, Mr. S TAR K E. FLORIDA )
[gREENS 2 bunches 29c Doz. 29c and Mrs. E. A. Sapp, Tuesday and I .
,
of
Wednesday this week. Phone 131-J
Red Perch 45c Mrs. Charley Cowen spent Friday p. o. Box 107 y

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\ :. r\GE EIUIiT ______________ ._ ____ __ __ __ .. -"CHUT___ :\0rhh... _
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'(.!' I T, ':" : '' --- -- -- their tcr. Mr. and Mr. Wm. Watkln ..nt"MM.d. I t''' 11 You are hereby" required to. appear' --- .ulII': '
';' 'Gift is DolnR"I I'j of Palatka were visiting It lii further ordered that thin Lllllr 'sinnrt, Plaintiff vs. ..Tacksmart. I on December 8. 194S In tlie uliovv i' ;"' _
{.' ij"I\f\, :' I The next meeting/ will be held I daughters. Mrs. Koy Grct-n and Mrs. Blanche Cunningham and I ., rJ"r bi> piilillxlniil ..n. ,.. .'lull week Iivfviidnnt. Cace No. 0:1:12OK : : named Court and. cauHe, wherein' I. ,
I
i Mrs. Taut Stewart Wcdnemlay.Rev. sons nichard and Warren and ,r",r four < 4> i-onHei-iitlve week In >>"::11 l'I'.lr\TIU .">n plaintiff HeekH divorce and rentm ': "Kiitlon
'; J ; >>: I' Brooker: I Wednesday. Nov. 21. All members E. KtalliiiRs were guestn in the tinHnirlf..nl. .r''i: ? .''i, ;.:.:, .1iitWM "0'1''' '': "!'u ,'PIHAMHTATB of maiden. name. Bradford i j
are asked to be present. II and Mrs. Donald Martin.Mr. |>nper DP) FLOHII1A to: (County)" Telegraph i-hall publlHh thiN I .< ..
;:
home of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. East IMihllnhud In Uradfortl Cuiinly. Florida. Order. In next four "
' By Helen Hurry Barney Andrews and Mr. T. Jack Hmart. WIOHH rei-lilencw" In: 1018Mosley weekly lHue* .jl," "
: : erly of Jacksonville Tu Hday. Mrs. Htrect, WaycronB, Oeorirla: WltneBM my band and official
Miami to 'V "
In
li We are glad to report thitSir. P. Pinholater are l".ATKf: at Stnrke. Florida IhlHI
, r attend the 87th annual Florida Ruaterly is the daughter of Mrs. I"III iliiy of November." A D. 1941.OFFICIAL I ., .
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I -
W. Is home after ( NIOAF.> A. J. Tliomax, E'" -
1 business and O. Barry
; : J The regular program : I Baptist Convention' s week,. Cunningham. Clerk Circuit Court HradfordCounty.
meeting of theV.. :M.! U. his stay in the Pulatka Gainesville callers last week Florida. I
'II Im, I Mr. and Mrs. I. \\'. 1I08Pltal'j "_ were Mrs. Charles Forsythe and \ '.. Adklnn Jr II
I. Nov. !
: afternoon.
.ttJiJ met Wednesday j In Stark Tuesday i. \ttorney fur 1'etltlonern I I
Mr. and Mm. Arnold Carlson 11-19 4t 12-10
' !i1 ,'t I1 10 at the Church with 16 members !\ _
<. ., .rf"\\ 'I Miss Lubodla Pinholster and \ Lake Geneva also Mrs. Ray Forsythe and Mr .
JI and 3 visitors present .
Mrs. Roy' Green were shopping I f fin Mrs. Arnold Carlson, also i> iiiHiir IIHi> -'iiiuOINTl. I
directed by I IMr ,land ( ." .011111\1 1% ll \ \.-
f ht The was I II. .
: ; program Gainesville Monday. Mrs.
, f i | Ity Blanche Cunnlnitham Ray Forsythe. < KM i,
:
,' JV Thomas. The topl('. I Ilion. I j I I'lfrce J. Power.*. Jr.. I'liilntlff VH.KranceK .
\ and
." ;,41 t for What Your Mr and Mrs. Hugh Infrram Mrs. Sue Myrlck has returned I>. I'uwerM. .Defendant OuBeNo.
x:,' ,j' .1 .\ "Be Thankful and :Mrs Carrie Ingram of { home after spending a few days 81IHO.DttDKIt! .
> I" and wife re- j I .
| n Forsythe OK PltHMCATIONAND :
,',,) I )''i;., '' IA Starke spent Sunday visiting Mr // n with her Aon and daughter-in-law. ,
. I I :': :NOTICK" : TO AIM'KAK8TATK
.I!}t" A I'TO\IOnl: E. E E. T Stewart and Mr and Mrs turned Friday from Connellsvillp.\ Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Myrlck In I : OK FI.OIMDA to France*
"H:, '( : Paul Stewart. will spend the Gainesville. D. Power*, whone rcxlilonca IH: 1710
:.1 \BIUTY INSURANCEMtri past month. They I Crolonii t'ark KHMt.: Kronx. N. Y
pi 1\.1
, Rev and Mrs G. E. McGauley month. They will spend the ,| You nre required to appear on
: pas
:1'
t.l: I\\' f:li''j ,'f t,! .>nrh| not cornpul..otiy It hmuch I winter here and If Mr. For!>ythe'health Deeds Recorded December Court 20 and JIMS. CHUM\In *I.lie whereinplaintiff abovenamed

...! "i5 : 'r safer to carry Liability permits, he will return to neek. divorce. Iirndforilif

Ijt;. \!> ln"tiranre. I reprwnt only oM I I his work In the spring with the Among the deeds recently recorded nnty Telegraph. lihHll puhllHh thlH.
W.C.T.U. order In next four weekly I IMCUMB.Wltnen
. 't'11W\) "!"I"n t. line, reliable stock companies.V B & O Railroad where he Is employed in the Court House are: my :hand: and official: 1

7, \\1'" .' >ur hiiilne.* will be appreciated. as pasttenjfer conductor.Their Eldon Hardy of Bradford County .eitl,18.at "HI1.OFFICIAL''Iltrk.. .. Florida.. thin November (1 LA HOLIDAY

t.,'. TIIF.RR IS NO Sltll THING son. Charles wife and to the Trustees of the Brook ( SKAI.) A. J. Thomas. FOal

"t; :" ; : < ir W. Call StrwtOpposite AS: I.IO.IOK CONTKOU 1.1(1- daughter 8'cMTpanled them here I er Missionary Baptist Church liy Haven CroHby A* Clerk, I'. C.Charles of. Maid Court. : REAL

';i' t I',. ., .' Bradford ('0. Telegraph. I nUt I INVARIABLY DOES Tilt for a brief stay. Qrooker: Lots 1, 2, 11. 12, of Blk. H. MeBH, 304-05 Ouaranty SAVINGS.

. ,. U';' 'l' ".t 154N. CONTKOLMNG.FLORIDA. Miss Lillian Gentry spent several 13 In Ward City (Brooker) in Life Flldir.. JackHonvllle, Fla.
: \' VI:'. t: .t:!,fl'! 1'liono I ( C
.I't".,>'";, ",.I"" ,.tl'' ..(!f KOIIICO > 6 Days NOV. 18-19-20-22-23-24 8 Do
I I I M' KI.OIIIIMl !> CHAN.CKIIV. .
1, t !Af.ih. 'I.i, Jas. Bvrd- of Melrose: the Nl-2 ,

of the SK1-2 of the NE1-2 of the Toni Koehter. Plaintiff. VH. Howard

C ,.I. :NW1-2/ of Sect. 23, Twp. 8 So., I Koehl-r.; Defendant.OK prm.icATio.vAND Cane No.: 8961.OHn.:1t .

? Range 22 K. containing S acres : NOTICR TO APPKAllSTATK Ask at
A more or less. OF FLOHIDX.- Howard
Ko..h.r.VhnM", reHldence In: 2.102 Store for
Avenue T. Hrooklyn 2t.! N. Y.
You itr erequlred to appear on December
. r 20 1II4X. In the above named. 4PageColor LE
H '' ,\ < UK iir (0'1'1>>>pnm>>> Court and cautievhereln plaintiff
"I'" \ "" ..011.11>> ., (''',\''_ .Meek* divorce.. Bradford County
( Kit: V.Uitdy. Telegraph, / nhall publlHh this Ord.'rIn
.. .M. PilrMch. rinintirr ".. next four weekly IHIIH.WltneHH .
n..y .f I'arrlxh, 1 ieft-n official. real Price List PRIG
:Vn 61! S*. at Starke, Klorlc a, thin November FOOD STORES
OI10KP. OK. Pl'ltMfATIO.VAXH IB. 1044.
NllTll'K" : Til Afl'KAH (OFFICIAL HKA1! ) A. J. ThomnH
STATK OK FI. P"rrl h. hono reHltltnce i I.. un- Haven Cr nh> C.ChiirleH .
knownYOII II. He"K, 20 I-Oil Ouaranty
are reriulrec] to appear nn Ufe lililw .iHckunvllle. Kin.
li>f..nil.>"r 20. IMH! In Ihe above Atty. for fit. 11-11 4t 12-10
mnpri" (C'Hiri 1 unil rntixt*. whvrrln
Ii liilntlff. .Hi'k* dlvnrov. Ilrndfnnlntinly ., ','I'If'f1Ete'tlve
m&i TflcKrai urmll. pulillnh lhlrd"r an >f thU date, October27th
I
in next four weekly I"""..... 1941! I w II nut be rexponxlblefur
Wllneux my hnnil And nrriflill' i idenl debl" Incurred. by other
i! ,. at 15"Stnrkf.' Klurlcln. thin No- 1 1 1rnibfr !person any on my account.4t any Pre-XMAS: SAt
1 4S.OKKIL'IAU 11-19 :N, \Valnwrluht.. Jr
: ( 1>'1.\1.) .\. J. Thonm",
-* AH t'lrrk nf Mal.I 1 l.'ouit.y .
-if?* Hiiven Cr'o Hliy. l>. n. iv riHct IT coi'KT. HH\I>FOHICOI
fo I.: K %TYi Fl.Ollllttl IN CMVNruiiv. -
I'erpvrnun, Starke. Pin. .
Fresh and Abundant Atty fi.r IMf. 11-19 4t 12-10
Mary !Mile Lwl, Plaintiff VM. Edward -
:\[. I.ewlH, Defendant. Cans No
AT YOUR FRIENDLY A & P
H8S1
cinct IT c<>i it'1'. nil \nFOIII>> .... .
ol. n or P..lf"T''' rITK'H A P
(."I %T1 "" ..Utll>> \1 IV CllfP.HV. \- I. THIS MONTH
1'0PP.R 01
..
.
f fai Washington StateDelicious "rdellVatcrB.. Plaintiff VII. CecilerklnH "TE op .F1XJRIDA to:
Edward M. Lewis 1 whon0 re..ld ncp
No.| VVuter Defendant. CaneOII'DEP. 'IN 123 Runt Main Street, Elkton.IAryl..n .
Apples 2 Ibs. 29 Jane Parker OK f'J"H.'JC'TTnN'ASI :\ > :NOTICK' TO APPEAIl You are hereby required appear
I JA".nl..r 8. IH4S In the abovenamed
Than Ever HTATK: nn
Better UK FLOHIDA to: Cecil
I Perk Inn \\ HterB, whone rewldence 1.1 plaintiff. Court Meekn and divorce catine, attorney'wherein* Toilet
Eastern York 3 l&s. .25 unknown. feen. etc. HrndfordCounty Ifal
Apples i You are" required to appear on T"I.r"'lh" "h,1pnhll..h, \ thin
FRUITCAKE Hecember 80. 194S, In the abovelamed Order. In next four weekly iHHueffWitness .
Court and. cause, wherein my hand. and offlclaneat
lalntlff neek* divorce. Fradford at Starke, Florldfl! thin.. :Novemher .
H (ountv Ti-lenrnph" Khali publlnh thin 1. 1944.OFFICIAL! .
? Fresh Green Cabbage lb. .03 rder In next four weekly iHHtieR.. ( ilEA T.) A. J Thorna*
Wltnen* mv hand .and official A.. Clerk of HaM Court
nenl. .Rt... Starke. Florida thin Nov.h. Tlv Itaven. CroBhv. D. C
U, 194*. If. O. Brown. Starke, Florida. ,
Snoball Very 'Large Headn (OFFICIAL. SKA: I.) A. J. Thoman Attys. for p.t.. ... 11-5\ 41 11-20 WITHEAC
\ A* Clerk of Maid Court.
| Hy Haven, ("rot Cauliflower each .29, ,\. J Thomni, Jr., Starke. Fla. iv OHrtiv. roriif. PR \nFonpC'OrTV. Engraving $1.00 BOX
Atty for IMf. 11.19 4t 1310iv KI.OHII\\ CHAV.Tomorrow's XMAS CAR]


5 lb. . 3.85 rmcTiT ;:-;::;. HntnponnPM

Cranberries, Fresh, lb. .23 r ? t. .'I.O..IU\I IV CH *,,.! Experts I

. 2.45 pnrothv O. Dh-Rn" Plaintiff. v... '
Brainy rncn know that the trained
3 lb. J'lfhael' Iilra.. Defendant.

Grapefruit 10 lb. bags .29 B"o 4.ORDRR OK pr'nMCATTON Can: No. man get ahead. When opportunity i COMPLETE CHRISTMAS STOCK NOW ON DISPU
for advancement
1 1-2 lb. . 1.25 A.vr :NOTICK TO APPEAR romes alonif -:
STATR OK Fr.nnTn.\ with
: Mlchae the mnn training If'tllflr..t
'lrwa.vliono renldenro In _
% HlknrHky
tiize & l'4's' Each Alrrrnft. Corporation, flildsepnrt. ... call'ou: ran put yniirtteljIn '

J .04Armour's You. Connecticut.nre required to 'appear. on this position by getting one of! SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTIONS *
Cracker Jack .
Oranges 8 lb. bags .19 remlier 20 ISIS, In the nbovennnioil the many Interesting and exciting
rr.. ". rt and raune, wherein,' Job now tM-Ing offered by the new
plaintiff iieeko divorce and
rector"llon
Treat .45 of maiden. name. t'rndfnrri, Army and) Air For('... portiinltlett -
216's and Larger Each Conntv Tflcraph" fhnll puhlUh thin In thene wrvlres are> greater
Orrt"r In next. four weeklv I...".....
Armour's WlineHH mv hand and offlclnl.nealnt than ever for amhltloit-4 young

Oranges Sib bags .25M .55 Htnrke, Florida, thin November" men. Then, too them* John!' offer Free
Ham Ticket
Chopped in inisOKKICIAI to Florida Theatre
( "PKA1.' ) ,\. J. Thoinan. you a rhanre to further youreducation.
f An I'leek. nf nald C'tiurt. .
They are John!' that
liells PoultrySeasoning "v tlxvi.n ('ro..l>v. n. f.If .
:I Bliss Potatoes 5 Ib .25 o lirotvn yturke: Flu.Atty RV| <> yon experience with a rahalue.
t t 5. .09 for Pit 11-19 4t 1210.o ., \ They're worthwhile from WITH EACH

I many ..tan
> T t r KNUTM'K : about thVm by gett'ng fart an1flguroH )
: 1 HIORKIIY: (1IVKN: TO
ANN PAGE LUSCIOUS STRAWBERRYPRESERVES ATI. WIM M I IT MAY CONCHIl.Vl: : now. They are yours for
That nil rt..l>f"fn ind cr.dlt..>r.. of the asking. Jut rail at the {t. S.
the e tute of Kdmi AT. Knltrht nre. to I Army and) V. 8. Air Force K<-- .
.
fll>> their' iMnltnx atrnlnxt the Kntntw: ,
dtilv iiworn to. with the County rrultlnK Station. Pont!' Office nlll\\ Jab. 39c .lurlire. of Mrudfnrd (County Fhirlda, Ing Starke., Fla. each
on or before elvht monthn frnm. the Mondayfrom I KOCH DRUG STOP
firm publication of IhlM NOTU'H or 0 A. :M. until 13 noon or

I Ii the Limitation name. will*.be burred. by Statutesof Pont Office Building Gainesville\ ,

'- ,,---, " i"\Vltt C. JoneH, Administrator.. Fla. Monday through Saturday.
It-Id: It 12-10
Ann Pail' 1 lb. Ann PageGrape 1 lb.
& -
i
If Damson", Plum Preserves .21 Jam .21 SO'" I C HXOT1CK : -
IH MKiCKMr! : tHVKN: TO THE "HOMES KITCHEN: BED CO
U .".1. \\'HII11' MAY CONCKIIN: : : : LEADER '
Ann Page pure heedless 1 lb. Ann Page Seedless 1 ib. That all claimant* and debtor' fill' 9' 'IOG'Tv.
of th Kxtate: IN AHURRY"
of Wllllum ": Ancfre -
Blank l Raspberry Jam ..45TlbT Black Raspberry Jam ..452b vH nr" to file their flalniN duly I -_--- = :":
.\.11
: Hworn to with the Countv Judittf of \
,
,
I 'Bradford County, Florida, on or
t ,-:1:1: !' ;;:! Ann (Iage before' Klitht: monthii from the Irxt ;
publication of thlH\ NOT"''': or the IVING ROOM
B'ckberry'"' Preserves .27 Grape Jam .39 I of name Limitation will.. be *barred. by the Statute* If,

-----' U n .I'rNMtt i Jnne., AdntlnUtrutor. "
Ann PaneCherry 1 lb. 11-til 4t 12-10
Ann PageGrape 1 lb,

Preserves .31 .23
'Jelly lTHK. CIHCI IT rOI'IIT OP
un 'uu Fl.oil I lit. M | Ann Pajje 1 lb. u rim i IT INMI poit HH \I>- 'f
Ann Pajje 12 oz. foHii 401 >'rt. i> ciitv< iiitIN :
irt Peach Preserves ..27IONA :1 UK: AllOPTIO.V OF JOHN Kl-
t Raspberry Jelly .35 WIN I MTI'AIITTK KKNTOX.THK : 25'x20fFILL
UUUI
!M'VIK OP PI.OIIIIITOIKK
2 Ibri. .15 .
\ TO APPKAIITO
5 Iba. .31 Ann"Page Pure 2fb" : tIAKItV' (lit All\' I1K.VTON: .-, "
u bone reHltleni* and addrenv l I. un*
10 Ibll. .60 Preserve .59 know
Raspberry n PRICK
I
FLOUR 25 lbs. 1.39 XVHKItKAS: It nppenm In that "
rortaln raimn nolp"'lnor, In the
circuit court of the elKhth Judicial\ .MOT I I. .
Borax. 1 lb. ..18ColJ circuit of Florida In nn<1 for Hrail-.

ORDER}{ YOUR TURKEY NOW! ford K. r. t('ounty Jrirrin, and In I.'h".ry.'h..r.ln hln wife.. Pauline.

Medal Flour.l 10 Ibs. .89 llrlrri*. pray for the adoption ofl \YMK\T
l I"hn" l K.lwln Stuitrtle llenton. that
2.'or QUICK FROZEN OVEN READY the Bald John Kit win stunrtto lien-
ton IN the minor child of the >ald "
,
.
Cashmere Bouquet Soap .23 Harry Irady Itenton and that the .

D & D HENS AND TOMS, lb. 75c place ad nf.1reHM rexldtfnce of the and: nald the pontofflce Harry- 'i.,..

Super Suds. Giant .89 Mi>n<1v l''nton I* unknown to petitioner
and .affiant and that there

3 ForOctacn Smoked Skinned Hams Whole or Half. lb. 59c I of* no Florida perNoti the or pemonii iiervlce. tn of the a state.ummoiin Ye.-you can really wn a home of'your own for a full

.21 In chancerv. upon whom would price that is no more than the usual down payment!
aundry Soap
End Cut Pork Chops lb. 49c bind the paid tfarry lradv Benton, Think what this means MODEITO
no.mortgage hanging
vou are therefore ordered to appear over MANY OTHER
Kevrular ..09Palmolive In vald caun.. on or beforethe your head no more monthly rent Here
Chuck Roast t, lb 65cFresh 20th dav, of I'......m b.... A. I> payments.
1 S oap. Bath .13 111... otherwlx* the allrfatlonx ofald is a home you can call your own!

10 oz. Stahlmayer's* SauerKraut Ground lIe-eof.lb. 51c .. litltlon.r.. will be taken. .. "The Leader" is an eye-appealing cozy little home that CHOOE PROM


& Franwfurtera .38 Quick Fro/en Red Perch. ll>. 33c M inexpensive to furnish easy to heat and economical Sample home 'tot otfi *
to keep up. The quality of materials is unsurpassed. be. are now on display

Talco Onlrk Frn/en Red ....r.-h. Ih. 37c EXPERTChos. cause it has been fabricated from SELECTED GOVERN- up to 1150 square f.et of 'floor if a fJ;

Scratch Feed. 25> Ibs. MKNT nUILDINGS which have been constructed to yourself and (he quality r ea pa<><' Waach
; } Center Cut White. Ifciron.: Ih.Tako 3c; : I adlaelJa' "
< meet rigid Federal building standards. horn containi' ; ./ ; .;

Snnnvfleld Rrenkfnsl H.icnn. lb. 73c Exterior wallt are of drop siding applied over / inch

; Growing Mash. 23; Iba. 1.19 iasulation and mounted on 2 xI studs 13
.. inches MAA
I I"I .6'" r. "A""I. .1"1, ""moo. Ih. 47c on BUILDING
TaJcoLayine center. The roof is of I inch T&G applied on 2 x 8 rafters.

Mash, 25 Ibs. ,1. HtnHtoao) Ur...fcr"d Rirrtn. lb. 63cl The floor is of 1 inch T&G over 2x8 joists. A fresh

coat of paint is applied to the entire building and Pip* and Fittings PlumfcWr"W
l 'Tal; Frp.." nrPM""d & Drawn Frvers. Ihfirrfwing 65c: floor furnished a
suggested plan to guide >ou in completing Electrical Fixtures Attic r>n -

t 1\\' ; Ma. h. 100 Iba. 4.69 < the interior.

I 4,49Ri Visit Camp Standing today to see "The Leader "
.Sralch FHd. 100 Ibs. SERVICE as LUMBER
well M the entire street of model homes now on di play. SEASONED

.
5 1M. ..9 OPEN MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
C. 8:0n A. M. TO 5:00: P .1\1. CLOSED SUNDAYS
2 Ibs

Great Northern Heana!' .23 ShepherdAt CA .

? WRECKING
COBPO.
Kaby Lima Beans 2 Ibs, .27 300-302 E. CALL ST, STARKE. FLA Gay'a Service Station

*l .
; I BOX
$ PHONE

$ ?;


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