Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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notis - ADA7397
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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rke And Lake City Deadlock!{ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Hard-Fought Game Last Friday

h e and Lake City slugged It Official Countu Publication Established In 1877
stalemate on a
a .
... football The field final here I VtLL'ME_ ;_SKI'ENT*--UN K: -- sTAiCKE.FWRlfl.* KitII- ).\V. NOKMUEK- : : "26.. 1948 NUMBER SIX

night f .
R5 a far cry from last I '

,emlnff.e of city the 47-0 tough and victory bore season 'a \Whistle Silenced ,IUNION__ THANKSGIVING SERVICE; I Doyle Conner Elected

being experienced by

Columbia High. Until MovedTo
,from: first half was

:ng rain which few 4- National FFA Head

'lared were to hardly brave enough and New LocationA

of the game.
,rxpenses half was -- New Honor Climaxes I
first locomotive whistle purchasedfrom .. .
but routine ball the Florida East Coast His Outstanding
but a definitely Guard Progress
sides Railroad in St. Augustine arrived !
spirit held sway Record In ProgramAt
with here Friday afternoon to replacethe

pulling.t two to out quarters salvage all the! caused froA'volced'UUe"such a controversy that has in ; 'Great In 2 YearsTwo 12 noon last Friday Leon

'ort showing Starke during the past five Conner, Route. Box 123 Starke
its mediocre months. l Fla. relaxed In an overstuffedchair

r The Tornadoes, The new whistle blew time years ago, on Nov. 19, 1018, by his living room radio

f ble chance to get signals through Monday, but the local National Guard outfit, and tuned in the Florida Farm

bitter defeats nlgbt'r. lapsed into silence Tuesday morn- Hq. Co. 2 Bn. 12Hh Inf., was Hour. The worda he heard caused
,ands of Columbia reactivated with 9 enlisted
men him to shout to his wife and
Ing. At that time there reposed
Just as First Church
were Presbyterian
past to score. Both on the desk of the superintendentof and 3 officers-the minimum re then. In spite of himself a few
rJncd: JACK: WAINU' RIGHT quirement.For trickled down his
tears of
several times, rough the light and water plant a Joy
.ned to Lake City's 4 tough Tornado tackle, has note reading as follows: Nov. 25th, 10 to 11 A. 1\1. a while it looked M if the cheek.

g playing a good defensive I company would experience great "
neither was Nov. 23. 1918 "Doyle Conner the announcersaid
service of h'ing.
this community
: power requirements-a certain
gest run of the game I further notice. By order of Levy youth has been elected Presidentof
d In for the Green Cove Springs but as {'Canova Chairman City Council. I percentage of Increase In personnel the National Association of

when Pete paper was published early Although Mr. Canova left townon during each period of train- Future Farmers of America".
d quarter
pted a pass and week for Thanksgiving the a hunting trip soon after writIng Fourth Nut Sale I Funeral MondayFor ing. In the first "let down" after Those were the word that

rds to the Lake City 20.ther of the game was not the note and could not be Set For Dec. 2 Aubrey Frink the war there was a natural reaction the Conner household had 0 been
Tornado threat before press time. reached for a statement, It H against all things military, waiting and hoping: to hear ever

third quarter when understood that residents!' of the A total of 13,236 pounds of Former StarkiteAubrey and young men who had so recently since Doyle left on November 11

9 carried the ball to B Came Called light plant neighborhood maintain nub were sold for an average of doffed" khaki showed extreme Conner for the National FFA Convention
Tuesday night's B Squad game Frink, 73 a former resident reluctance to don It again. Doyle "He
4 yard line but the that the new whistle lit just as 12c per pound at the third pecan ---- In Kansas City,
!uled& to make first Lake City was called off objectionable as the old one (even auction held here this season. The : of Starke, died In Tallahns- But in the end, the many ad- seemed to feel his chance 'were

ke completed 2 of 11 of rain. shriller\ one spokesman said)I. A sale took place at the State see Sunday at the home of his vantages offered by the modern Starke YouthInterviewed fair, all along," Mr. Conner said, I

jke City made three On Thursday, Nov. 18, Lake representative of the neighborhood I Farmers market, Thursday, Nov. daughter, Mrs. J. D. Durham Guard to young men won new "but It still seems too good to

same number of tries. B Squad defeated the Tor- called on Councilmen individually 18, and total receipts to growerswere He was a native of Marlon County recruits In Increasing numbers, By be true."

[,t downs were 11 to B's 19.6 In Lake City. Mar Monday afternoon and estimated at $1,53332.: and had lived In Tallahasseefor and today the company numbers Kansas City PaperThe Last week's honor climaxes a

I City's favor.Tornadoes Warren scored for Starke obtained the signatures of a ma- The fourth auction will be held the past seven! years. SO men and 8 officers-very closeto distinguished career in FFA work

completed he ran back a punt for a jority of the members to an order Thursday, Dec. 2. Mr. Frink was at one time its full authorized strength of Kansas City (Mo.) Times, for the cleancut Bradford youth,

here Wednesday to stop the whistle blowing until I So far this season growers in employed as horticulturist and ::5-& men and 9 officers.To In Its Issue of Nov. 19, carried the who ran the Conner farm, six

I It could be moved to some other this vicinity have sold a total of landscape gardener at the State give an Idea of what the following\ article on Doyle Conner mile west of Starke. for four

I, location. 77, Oa pounds of nuts for an estimated Prison and it was during this Company means to the commun- of Starke, new National Pres- years while his father was em-

I The new location has not yeti gross' return of 952108.: time that he made his home in ity In a financial way, Capt. HughB. ident of Future Farmers of ployed at Camp Standing1 .

kc t i I been determined.In The leading varieties in volumeat Ste rke, Ingram, company commander America: and did a better Job than I would

4ciA the meanwhile. a representative the last sale were: He Is survived by three daughters states that the last quarterly The new FFA president Is a have", Leon Conner *ay*.

I of the Canal Timber'Corporation Curtis 3,677 Ibs. & 12%c Mrs. Durham, Mrs. EdgarP. payroll totaled 1700. slender young man who takes A charter member of the Brad-

at Lawtey. stated that he Seedlings, 2,390 Iba. & 9c Scott, and Miss Inez Frink. all The Company Is now startingon things seriously. ford chapter, which wa* organizedIn
would be glad to pay the city $::5 Mixed 1,331 Iba. ((3 10 l-4o of Tallahassee* a new 3-year training program He Is studying: agriculture/ at 1943 served its -
Doyle at president
ke Baby Bunting' Daddy'sfahunting" ette Priest, Comer Ferryman. for "Willie" and would put the Van Demana. 904 Iba. ft lie Funeral services were held which replaces the old 6-year pro- the University of Florida and Is
for two before beingelected :
And there Gene Fogg, Charles Knight. Jerome old whistle to work summoning years
Stewarts, 844 Ibs. Q> 12 3-4c Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock gram. The local unit coordinates financing his studies by raising
rtalnly be lots of shotgun Johns, George Powell Leon- | turpentine crews from the woodsChildren's Kenneddys. 251: Ibs.\ this old tune ard Smith, Blllv Smith, Mack
singing eterv with the Masonic lodgeIn
11 and other duties regularly on the 400-acre farm of his father hold the two higheat FFAawardsthe
thU week Futch Harold Johnson, Donald
Home St. Marks Begins charge. assigned to a headquarters Leon Conner, six miles west Florida State' Farm.
that everybody and his Patray, Billy Patray Lyle Anderson -
|rr (and sister, too) are tak- Merle GrIder Buddy Davis Makes Annual AppealHaving Every Member Infantry outfit. of Starke. er, and American Farmer Defrees -
) the fields and streams withopening and Enos Hayes, all from tI'of F Cub Scout Training 1st Lt, T. C.1' Hazen Is executive :' He Intends to make farming: the latter beingpresented'

of hunting season j Sylvia Morse\. Steve Weldon CanvassThe School Will Begin officer and 2nd Lt. Al Kay his career, he said but plans to to him at the Kansas .City- con.

tek. Gunning for quait. and J. E. Denmark from Stetson: Carlisle Is communications officer teach' agriculture a few years vention.

/, deer, and bar at' Floyd Henry Manassa, Jr. from Every Member Canvas December 2nd after he Is. graduated. _"Doyle love politics" his\ dad-

I camp at Salt ''Spftpg l.. I* Southern, and Paul Canova from visitation on the members of St.Mark's It has been announced that "The PTA has done so much dy told a Telegraph reporter Sun.

ala National >** to. tfi St. LeoV My. my Should Episcopal Church la now Fourteen boys between the ages, Capt. R. G.. Kldd Is returning to for ,urns. that I feel an obligationto day and' tbe record 'certainly
Ia.tuLL.jwjng.FLttea; y di1 ." of 9..and 12 signed...up. as CubsIn : and ,Biu- Headquarter,"In Mitt .. iitr.turnh, .. I t
lay till Ttl rsday''are Floyd Certainly: be a lively ,wekenltIth! a if; om thlng ., IUm'out.-p- M the of Pack
bers of the :Mission' making reorganization
/ Strong Lex Green, Jun- all that bunch around .- are I made following .the departure' ofC6IW.TT. explained. "By teaching and hQlp- hgheUlcss,. _., the.FFAl ywtnjr '
: St.
the visitation at which time 70. sponsored by Mark's Episcopal \ .
ritti, the A, E. Raneys, Cor- membership of the church Is Church, announced the Rev.; l Long ford foreign duty. trig In FFA work, I feel that I Conner.was president'of.hts ntgn"

|chna, and Buck Jones Sorry to hear that Don Hoover asked to underwrite the B. E. Simmons, vicar. Two men from the''Company i may be able to repay In a small school class during his freshman.
budgetfor I
is seriously\ in Shadycrest with are now'attending schools. Theodore part for all that I have received."I Junior and sophomore years. His !I

trjln' their lurk In the pneumonia Ernestine Denmark the coming year. Onefourthof The registering of these boys, Goodge Is in Cooks & Bakers will continue to raise cattle votegettingability followed him

I1 t the latter part of the week and Doris LaMar are lending the budget will be used for took place at the third meetingof t School' and V. L. Starling while I'm teaching, of course," Into college and last year he

Dot an' Bill Powell, Lit t a helpln' hand by joinln' the j, work In outside of Starke, either the parents on last Thursday I Is in Motor Transportation School he added. campaigned successfully for vice
the Diocese of Florida,
Eiddy Bishop Almeda an' Grey Lady Corps of the Amen- I or evening at the Church Service I both at Fort Bennlng. Conner's principal Interest laIn president of the Freshman classat

iMvarez and son Billy, ofi'on can Red Cross Have word through the offices of the Na- Center At the same time the : "We could beef cattle and the raising of the University of Florida. In
tional Council In New York I use a good radio
City. Pack Committee
: Sam Anderson, Charles from Atlanta of the marriage of was organizedwith man," Capt. Ingram stated feed crops. He has 35 head of last spring's primary elections' he
A rededication service will\ be 1\\. .
J. ( SIstrunk chair
li, Billy Noegel, Monk Din- Julian Peek (former CallHtreeterj aa Angus on pasture. took the stump in behalf of Colin
Red to Cowen of Atlanta r held In the church at 11 am. on man. Other member of the committee The FFA Is 'key to ..
[ Alvarez, Gordon Weds- Mary program a English's campaign for Governor ,
the first Sunday In December.It are G.V.. Brown. Institu- Four Pct. DiscountOn
J. C VVjnn/L. M. Gaines. The wedding was an event of success for young men who wantto filling several speaking'engagements
I Thomas, George! Flynn an' Oct. 1 In the Methodist Church j Is hoped that the canvass will tional representative; H. M. Rich i Taxes Ends Soon farm, he believes. per day. and at one J
'I I given Its aid and care have been completed by this time. arde, treasurer and Junius Smith i
[Canova These are onlyes with" Dr. Pierre Harris perform-1 ; "I don'f see how anyone who time wading knee deep through
to over 1 00 of Florida's most 'The total budget amounts to and F. J. Shaw, Den Dad, K. M.
|" Ive had time to check Ing the ceremony Hear that I and destitute children, 2000. Tuesday Nov. 30, Is the last goes through the FFA training flood waters of the Suwannee I
'"t it looks as if we sit-by- Judy Green, 13 and Sharon Hall, pathetic Struth was chosen as cubmaster, date on which taxpayers may and takes It seriously, could fall," River in order to fill a date. ,
''5 are gonna have a mightye 19, were Quite thrilled that Princess old and y lUng, of every creed and Frederick J. Pellum Is the claim the maximum' four percent i he said. "You not only learn how
and from every portion of the Piano assistant Cubmaster. T..vo Dens Young Conner who returnedto
Elizabeth's born on Pupils discount In farming should be but
time for the next few son was paying their taxes done you
their birthday, Nov. 14 The State, the Children's Home Soci- Have Recital have been organized, and others Tax Collector C. A. Knight re- learn of the services of the farm his home here Monday mornIng ,.
of Florida generally knownas told the Telegraph that he
ety will be organized as 'more. boys
J. E. Anderson, former Stark- .. port-d yesterday that payments! bureaus and the agriculture extension ,
"Florida's Greatest Charity"* will resign Immediately from the
,if hunting and Thanksgiving !tes, now living at 1715 York- Mrs. E. M. Davis' presented her join the group. The vantou"mothers during November have been departments and how to I.
University Florida
Its annual Thanksgiving where he
Is making
|: enough excitement, we hade shire, Houston Texas, are receiving entire pupils In a student recital Satur- are acting as Den Mothers, heavy with most property owners take advantage of them. A good Is a second I
throughout the 70 year agricultural student
appeal Troop will serve Den Chiefs. -
: a cirrus thrown In for good congratulations on the State for foods of every !. day, at her home on Tenth St. as hurrying to take advantageof farmer has to keep studying and In order to keep the .
re this week, and hitting birth of a bouncing baby daughter children's money wearables of | The children performed before an Plans are now being formulatedfor the discount. During December learning." schedule of heavy ,
kind and
ghway to .take In Rlngllng audience of 20 adults and youngsters a Cubbing training school to the discount allowed Is reduced Marriage has a place in his his engagements during
size. head
0 kind and year as of the
I in Jaxvllle Monday wereJ everv and greatly after which refreshmentsand be. held at the Church Service to three percent. plan, but not immediately."I organization which national ..
C Tinsley, Mrs. H. H. "-b.h I were about 20 :yearsyoungerso This Important I games were enjoyed. Center on t\t\ evening, beginning don't even have a prospect embraces
which thePIJ. chapters and
and I could have partaken needed service during on next Thursday, December 2 right he lIald.I 260,000 members -
son, John, Dot Sale : Those participating were Jim BHS Sports Fans now, In 47 "
hAs aided over
46 states
*t Hawaii and
mda Kay, Mrs. J B. Sapp, In that turkey dinner served at years my Preston, Paula Glllen Vldi at 7:30: o'clork. Only two of these Puerto
homeless, helpless Rico.
Izona Bradley, Jean Mun- the school cafeteria Wednesday ;53.000\ orphans children Jean Gentry, Barbara Jean Norman meetings will be held during De To Hold MeetingAll I I District Governor .

Kay Roland Katie Wain- Hear that a grand total of and pitifully neglected Glenn McCord. Jerry Colley, cember. Others will be held In "The president last year tra P

.' and Mary Katheryn and 203 pounds! of turkey wan. servedto from every county In the Robert Kelly, Katherine Kelly, January. This school Is Intendedfor persons Interested in the Of Rotary To Visit veiled 85,000: miles" Doyle said I
Lou Martha Wood and the 700 elementary children State, is supported entirely Norma Canova, Archie Green, all parents and adults inter promotion of better athletic facilities I I Starke Club "and filled engagements on 28T .
fr and Bill. Harold an' 0 Those who could paid a i'voluntary gifts of money, food Sylvia Alvarez- and Dianne Gil- ested In the Cub program, and at BUS are asked to meet Tuesday days out of 363."

a Wall with Nancy Dee quarter and others were nerved and clothing, and has no solicitors len. more information may be obtained Monday night Nov. 29 at the He will re-enter the University r

11 As usual, all the "on the house" High school anywhere. from the Rev Mr Simmons. City Hall for the purpose of or- after his term as president and twill

< .lust 'vent along to take students also paid a quarter per Marcus C. "DaddY" Fairg, the Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson had Scout Field Executive T A. Row- rnnlzlrg an athletic association. resume his course In agricul !

Wdren -Oh yeah! plate if they ate there Even State Superintendent of the Society an their Sunday guest! Mrs Mae end in of Live Oak will\ conduct The meeting la being called by ture. His present plans are to I

Martha Smith's younguns had a which has. Receiving Homes Hawkins and son, Paul, of Waldo. I the clatme< Carl Johns. w)7a put In some time teaching after

v that Buddy Fa'
Dec 4 in Florida. Southern place I cards and other trlmmln's land and Miami, It pleading !n'' Jr. Club To MeetThe I when he says, "I'm through with ,

weland and expects to start I ,, all earnestness for Immediate aid i B H S Football Queen Crowned I politics-at least In the FFA."

after the Xmas holidays He says, "The year 1913 has for beena I Junior Womant Club will I Doyle was unanimously elected I
financially our
Bounty Agent T K. McClanrrurschy Doyle Conner, just back from tough year hundreds of meet Thursday Dee 2, at 7:30( president by the convention after
Society And Its helpless -
to attend the na- National FFA Convention In -- o'clock, at the Club House.. Hostesses having his name presented by a I
little The storms
1 invention In Chicago .. Kansas City, Mo., tells me he" will be Mrs. Eloy Ward, nominating commjttee composed
:-gt R w <(
i to Harwell: Field, Mont- of the entertainers at the economic conditions everywhere 4 M. H. Adams. regions of FFA. The 30-odd candidates 1
!'Y. Ala. last week for pert event Judy, as you know Is have reduced In fact our, had Income It not been' Mrs. Martha Smith is In chargeof for office In the national
nt t duty there Dot and I a native of Starke and she kept ously. organization were interviewed and J
lildren 'or some bequest fund we ". .o1lldha'e the program for the evening.
will: join him as soon Doyle busy answering questions been sunk examined by the nominating committee .
Can find about her old friends here completelv.Ve
quarters during the first
I few
need $25: .000 to meet the ,big deficit daysof
1 hope distinguished OES NoticeWaldo I
Pat most .
Lambe was able Thus, the two the convention before the slate :.
It that "cold at the convention Incurred during recent .. .
bug" that sent people or nominees
: finally
-an. from work Starkltes-Doyle, th. months and are In desperate need ._. Chapter No. 120, Orderof presented
were the
Monday _ on convention floor.
Billy t and of additional fund to provide a : Eastern Star, will hold a
Horn, age 10, under- hew national FFA president. ", regular Doyle wa .accompanied on the
tonsllectomy at Shady- | Judy the famed comedlere good Thanksgiving dinner for the .H- I meeting Friday night Nov. 1,200 mile trip to Kansas -

Wednesday Understand I!'hn't it nice to bask in reflected icores of "lejis-chanccd". children! ; .1'.. : I 26, at 8 o'clock. There will be by V. R. Ferguson organizer City and -

ad a hard time with his glory? Sorry to hear that In our five Receiving Homes '" an Initiation. Officers and members | Francis R. Bridges. Jr. advisor of the Bradford
sgvtnr! : dinner the next day little Mary Ann Long, four year '= verv dollar, every bit of food.hplp'' : -i are urged to attend, and visiting To ascertain the scope of the chapter, and Maurice Edward. .
''e Certainly has my sympa- old daughter of Gene and Mar- ill children's wearables I I' : ,... members are welcome.. .Mrs. Rotary program in this area, Jr., who was given a trip to the
Ian, Is 111 In Shadycrest Hospital us fe-d, clothe and shelter our III I Catherine Vickers' W. M., Miss Francis' H. Bridges Jr.. Tallahassee convention as an award In .
huge family of little tots. who: l Louise Haulerson, Secy. a recent -
governor for Rotary, steer
mil f, must he kept. alive and ha' py. I ,: feeding contest.
)r International
In North
Than'wgUina.: char- and West Mr. Ferguson
woney and Billy Edward-t "",,U. gotta lgn) off now and Contributions of money shouldbe : -1j'L U.D.C. Notice Florida will make his official instructor, whose county efforts vocational -

Clemson Merry Wink- start gettln in training for that sent to our Treasurer R. V f \ visit to the Starke Club next were largely responsible for the

Ulall Brown Mary Weldon. turkey dinner So long Covington: 403 Consolidated The \\'. T. Week's Chapter of Tuesday.The establishment of the Future

Barbara> Home from FSU See you in the next If .we Building, Jacksonville. Foodstuffs U. D. C. will meet with Mrs. L. club'n meeting for next : Farmer chapter here. said yester t P

ana Demorest. Minnie\ Lou both survive and wearables will be welcomedat A. Davis at 3 o'dock.Vf'dneRday, week has been called for 7:30p. : I day: "This Is the greatest honor
1, Home. 2360: .I.1
our Receiving .
Newsome, Jean- -CarolynMr. Dec. 1. All members m. Tuesday It was announced that could come to the Chapterand
Jacksonville. are urged
Riverside Avenue. or
-- yesterday by president Herbert to .
I Doyle. He 1s
I a fine and
Homes In Lakeland, Pen- to be '
and< Mrs. W. H. Graham I I \. and Mrs. J. T. Adklns of at our all present.Mr Deal. The session will take the worthy young: man, and his election
rwi Jiacola. or Miami. Please help place of the
y are Bending from Bainbridge Ga. are Thanksgiving vou can-right now and Mrs. Harry Lappe and i session. It .wan noonday explained.Wednesday deserved to this" high'I:.office Is well

y through Sunday In EusM guests of their son-in-law and daughters Beverly and During the
Alice and
day. Bridges will Young Conner will
.tJI *. and Mrs. D. A. Mon. daughter, Mr and Mrs.: James Park Will Accept Mr. and Mrs. Robert: Lappe planto I confer with President Deal Secretary 'of honor at the Starke be a Rotary guest

Hobbs. T leave for Guy Andrews" and other r Club next Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Hazen of Theatre PassesA. soon Carlsbad. New night and the
of the tocal club.Professionally. .
MI"IJ. fallowing
R. c. Davis' whoDCCUPyiftl' Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Mexico in their new trailer where day will be similarly -
been Bridge lit chairman honored by the ,
H. Carratt. of the Starke Lion. Club.
the Stern- A. E.. McKinney spent SundayIn they will make their home. Their of the Florida Parole Com His first
some on N. G. W. Hazen. Park Theatre announces that until official duty will be
Walnut Street Brooker visiting
the Park will many friend here wish them mission Is a member of the boardof to attend a Board of
Purchased further notice Trustees
OQ Church the Harry Lappe Everett McKlnney a has Railroad been accept merchant's guest tickets Itclurtxt svbov I* Ills Ember Miufonl, Junior ClaM candidate, good luck on their venture and directors, American Prison meeting In Washington,. D. C. in
Street.and plan Commission Inspector. a* be wan crowned Football Queen at the annual Association and Is chairman
'.e Homecoming I of January at which time
In around from Tallahassee every Monday. Tuesday' and hope they will return to Starke a trainIng -
the fIrst of erects on Nov. 12. Placing Uie Mla Sbufunl the council on parole, National
.01Ith. Wednesday. crown on a Stab* Senator some day. I course will also be given for
Miami. tOj ,
Charley E. J.a. Probation and Parole Association. the new national officer.


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.'iI t., \ !:J.I, PAGE TWO COt'NTT_TELECRAPII.. ': STARKE, FLORID.\ .I_ .\\-'_ __O'. 'J"I"., to II
'4 1 --_-.-_ wherein plaintiff Heeka dlVfvee. BradfordCounty I !
: i -gBSJiBBlB BBS****"**"""" "" named Court and cause na Nina\ ,
In f Starke Florida, durlnu the !legal! plaintiff' seeks divorce., JJI'atlf".dCo"nty ; Telegraph shall putalMh; I: th eOr.ler I Pl/"I/tltr/ \;"_"_. ,. I
Commissioners ln.iiri. of sate on Monday December6th. '! Tel* fiuih, | shall publish thin In next four weekly tinmen.WltneHR l'oitnl..1 J, ; if Bradford County Telegraph A. D. 1948. the following de- l..*ueif. my hand and official Order I! 1(''. "''I'' t
HamptonBy Designate *rtbefl property. .. Urtlritnessnemyfbanal official Heal I at Mtnrke, Florida, this Novemhe In II. r 111,'h.1" ; pl
Jjimji Florida, towlfOne : 5, I94H.OFFICIAL \ ".
In Bradford County. Starke, l-'lurldii, thin Novenioer r ".n1 I h 1 .kltWltll"
enI HI
al 'I!
"\ I \ 1 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNCftEDITOMFuMUhcd Road 235In Lot belnK One Hundred ((100)( ) A. I 1941.IOh'F'IC'1Af. ( SKAt.) A. J. Thomas :<'"' 1'. r '. "
; ESTABLISHED County 1(1( .
;;( J Mr: M. C. Sweeney feet hy One Hundred thirty.eventhe SI 1';ALr A. J. Thomas A.. Clerk of said Court. (OFF.\mier. //1 t
: )
t ivet Mnuthwmt Cornerof Haven D. C.Zach I .,
(137) RI i MV t'ronby :
(' Every FridayClam and Enter**! an Second a called meeting held here ( Lot or Block Bevenleon1T1 Rant, An Clelk Haven ut Crtixby mild l Court.Hy r>. C.R II. Douglas, 1! 605-607 Lynch: A8 Hv Ch'lk HII", ..1,. Co..II., ?.1 S'

r { rtf U'w Jtl i 1! l\laUt'I'.t the Pont__ Office at Starke Fla. \V. :SI. l' Miffing; ; I Nov. 16 the Board of County of IlHllroad.('..u nty.Tnwn Florida of,I.awtey beln In Bradford See- Atty.K.: for Perrynmn Plf.:' Slarke.11-1Z Florida:4t 12-3:: Atty.Rullding I for, Pit..laukMonvllle 11.12, Florida 4t 12-3 John tine, J. Hud""I.: ,.
ww: Commissioners! resolved that the lion Twenty-three (21) Townnhlp I'Inl'da f.y. 8t.
; : AItY
'' 4' The Baptist Missionary Society five (5) South Range Twenty-two In (lrrul ('..urt. UrMilforU ('..un'", In Circuit f o..u... llmtlford fuunlj', for Pit
used In .
be .
,IM"t 'i : b MEMBER 1948 was entertained on Thursday af- I following description 1-Raid) stileltoFbetmadetpirsuantiltosaid : : Florlrtiil, In ( h.in'.r>. florhlHl In l'hnncery..label It'll!
\ : f designating surveying, and locatIng 1 Edward: M. iiNeal, Plaintiff va. Ohln Caldwell Plaintiff vx.leor0TA .
I of last week, at the home of foreclosure and
ternoon 1 Brad final decree !Maude ft. O'Neal Defendant Can Caldwell defendant. Cane "
Road No. 233 in
ry } I $1.50 For Six :MonthsBRADFORD State mitl"fv the ..am... No. 0947. J..H
!: ,: Batmcrlptlon $290.lnnuy of Mrs. George Williams An Intercsting to No. 6939.Order '
I 1 the Otli day of November.A l to of Publication unit Xollv
oJ hhP f rendered. ford County: This of Publlcntlon end genre! Order to let '
v was
'Ii: ; I I program Thomas lead- Beginning In Brooker at intersection A.. J.O. Thom 19H. Jr., As Special, Master Appenr8TATF Fl-oKlPA: I OF FLORIDA AppearBTATF torOeorire energy or tr 'AI'hmo'
; 1) ------ ---- with Mrs. Frank OF I I Mahout at"
of State Road 18 with In rhxncery.Hal Maude O. O'Neal, whose residence Caldwell whoxe residenceand wor k M ra lit. Y1
.f.o Il :
; the klup
} the Devotional: During FlorIda &ube..n
Butler -
Ing and Scout Hole Y. Malnen Lake In unknown: address last knwn IN 154 (Chaiu/ .1' lungs lI'uolI, ((1'1't.ch
Old New River
1 : :: YOUTH BRINGS: l HONOR TO STATE social period, Mrs. Williams served Solicitor for Plaintiff.: You are hereby: required to appearon plain "Street CohoeH, New York Cou.hln.remove t hkk, ..h.IDt. .
Graded Road and running It-1Z 3t It-26 above You to 1M T
\. ladies County I December 13, 1941. In the are hereby required ap..a"l\ ol..p. Natcc
> i & \\1) refreshments The fourteen b""h'.
and wherein on December 13, 1949 In the '
along said New River named Court cause r.CIIOQ \ .
Northerly .
? .
": .;"11' .l 1 .11 That Florida's Future Farmers schoolboys enrolled in$1i present were Mrs Williams, Mrs and Scout Hole Road to the In I'1 tie Clrrnlt I.I at Ire Court/'hn.eery.llrnilford n>nntr.Annie arOel 1II0n., keel lW.a lI

1,' $; : : } -1' vocational agriculture classes in the schools of the state have II. B. Wiggins Mrs. U. B. Watter- former R. M. Hazen Farm in ; I.: IVnnett: : Plaintiff. Ca.evn. vs.Deorire .I -

';.;.: a an impressive record in farming endeavors is news to no one. son, Mrs. Frank Thomas,Klorrl Mrs. Sec. :5 I. Tp. 7 S. R. 20 E; thence 6344.Order T.. Bennett Defendant. I'

i I ,. The people of our state have long recognized the great contribution David Swindell Mrs. Woodrow Mrs. Hicks forking and one prong runningto i>f Puhllcntliin. \lipeii r end Notice to'

'l tl the Florida Future Farmers to agriculture in Brown the Scout Hole Bridge over OT FI.OKIOX.I to:
: >' ,t.), ..,;: 't of Mrs. Jay Alderman Mrs. A. L. TJew River and the other Oeorirw STATK T. }IOnn..II.'ho..... renldenceand
,, prong
I It \ Florida. Olson, Mrs. Frank Williams Mrs. address la: a'abor City :North
J ,,\\0 '. National! I recognition of this impressive! record was received Vernon Slude, Mrs. Ira Rusha running to New River Station Carolina:
r to
IJ' required appear
J\dj\ V ', + 'Celt, t : this week when at Kansas: City, Missouri, a Florida :Mrs ..1.v.. Home and Mrs. Ma- thence in a Northerly directionto nn You December are hereby 13, 194H In the above
the H. L. Jonhs Farm In Sec- whereinplaintiff
t'e Future Farmer, nineteen-year-old Doyle Connor of Starke, mie Mead.BKOUNIUX. named Court and canoe.....
'shUt''r' tions 2:* & 36, Tp. 5 I, S. R. 20 Keekx dtvol' BradfnrdConnty
t wa! chosen! by Future Farmers from all over the nation toi' Telegraph' shall publish. titleOlder
ff\\ 'lty 'KIIAM F.ast; thence running In a North- In next four weekly Indues
} : I'i' : head the student-farmer: organization for the coming year. erly or Northwesterly directionto ItnvHN niv' hand and official!

1 1ll.' ,: w' As President of the Future Farmers of America. Conner Friends will be Interested to or near Conner Bridge 'in a sal at 10.Starkv 194Q.. Florida, tlila November -

l visiting with FFA boys in all forty- :i hear of the marriage, on Satur- -FIC'I"I.011'1/ .) A, J. Thomas
c. i tttr} will tour the nation general direction of Raiford, Union (n ARE YOU MISSING
I a .t..: J 1I1 eight states He will represent' the FFA and Florida" at day, of Miss Mary Beckham, of County, Fla. A.Hy Clerk Haven of Crosby said 1 1 Court 1>. C. r SOMETHING ?

;" {..1, ,,"," 7, state PPA conventions. farm meetings. livestock shows and. Hawthorne, and! David l. Brown, I It Is expected that this will be T. Frank 1.1111<1..11111. Sturke.! Florida

r.:.: "', t lill civic clubs.l iiii: bring the message of the FFA ....: and son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Brown. the next road designated for hard- Atty. for Plf. .- 11-12 4t 12-3 No matter what you've been offered for your present
'of Hampton. The young coupleare II. .:;;. '. ,
Clrriilt ( llrndfurd .anl"
Bradford <>
8url1rlngIn County
; t. ; 1 t Florida to schoolboys over the nation. residing In the Carl Brownresidence r'lorldnt. In hnnrery' car your nearest Kaiser-Frazer dealer would like

r" ; .;M I'L4' d ; Here in Florida the boys have done some very fine work. west of twon. and hopes that It have would been be expressedhere includedin Fred J Wood Ackernian Ackernian, Plaintiff, Defendant., V8.1.IMle to'tell you what he thinks it's 'worth. It could be

!, '. i. to State Superintendent of Public Instruction /
/ ;. According Case No. A'I4<
f! y? t .';;1 Colin Knwlhh the 5,500 Florida Future Farmers earned more Dr. Rolan K. Stoker, N. L.. E., budget.R.the. Road Department's 1919 Order. of I'ulillclltliin%1.iietirSTATR and :Notice to ( much more than you think.

\ j"" ,,; : ."... r' r t than $709,000 last year from their farm work. With a capital I A.gave Speaker an Interesting, from :Atlanta address Ga.at R. Crosby appeared before Elsie Wood: OF Ff.OKIDA Ackerman tor, : whose And while you're about it, see and drive the 1919
4. I investment of $40 ,292 in farm lands buildings and equipment -
;1 ti : ( Youth for Christ meeting the Board and stated that he was
the residence Is unknown. Ad KAISER Power to with
i : .': s the boy-farmers earnings amounted to $130 apieceAnd Saturday evening.Mr. willing to give the right of ,wayas You are hereby required to appear or FRAZER.! spare many a

"t', ""I',,j i, :1 many of the FFA boys earned as much as $1,000 during mid Mrs. Wilbert Hall surveyed on the Bay less Highway on l I'h..r IT. tQ4"<. In the above long mile between gallons. Room for yourself and

I ) ,1""', I the year. 1 provided that that portionof five best frien s. Style: and luxury that make
1.., ')I r, and family, of Tampa, were visiting your
J. .1\ 1<1'' +//'J i J In addition to the benefits to the boys this representsa here this week. the old county road running the KAISER and FRAZER the most copied cars in
real contribution to the state and to the advancement of west through his field be closed

a 1a SI r'M,5 i p./l': .1 agriculture a contribution that will continue to pay dividends Mrs. O. D. Gay and the Elmer weekend Gay and also provided that the exist. J&t doeln't make America. A ride that smooths the bumps and hugs
of Dunellon spent
Ing road be straightened out near
'1'.4') ( as the boys grow up and become good citizens andproducer here with friends. the W. R. Haislnp farm running the road at any speed.

!'1 '.If: :' ( !l. Mrs. Marvin Williams had as
easterly alongthe line to much
,' 1 it "the Future Farmers dlftftetcnce Before you decide on any new car, fill out the
1. t Aa Colin English put once, to- ht'r gut Thursday, her mother, intersect Kay loss! Highway along
w"/ I day will he the fine farmers! of tomorrow." It will hj under Mrs. R. M. Fancher of Starke. his north boundary line and pro coupon below and find out easily-and without obli-
I,!. Y'" ? their leadership that Florida will really develop as an agricultural Mrs. A. IF. Kelsey and Mrs. I vided further that the existing -whether lose gation-what your present car will bring. Then drive
k 1i' 'I I state with benefits for all. f. B. Hall were visitors to Jacksonville I county; graded road approachinghis you your
1949 KAISER or FRAZER and find out for
.t :; Ui {' 1}: Bradford County and all Florida are proud of Doyle: I Tuesday of last week. i farm from the south, or such car by fire, theft or colliSlionComprehensive a your-

\!I ;'\W... Conner chosen from thousands of boys in the nation to represent Mr and Mrs. I{. Watterson. portion thereof as Is not used by self what our 300,000 proud owners already know.

f S f :1R I"; \ I this! fine organization. And Florida is: proud too of and R. D. Simmons will spend said state road be abandoned as and The keys are waiting for you.

a : all the FFA members, here and elsewhere! the Thanksgiving Holidays with a road right of way and grantedto Collision Insurance will
J W.j\l.; ,1. relatives In Norfolk, Chase City Mr. Crosby or his heirs. Maybe you've been missing something!
1: I and! South Hill Va. The Hoard agreed to comply protect .
1 r.fi' with Mr. Crosby's requests. you.Charley
i' / IJ'IJ'J' Mrs. D. W. Moore of Starke. The county attorney was Instructed MAIL THIS COUPON TO YOUR
: R B. Alvarez & Son was the Sunday guest of her
to institute condemnation j
sister, Mrs. T. F. Brown. KAISER-FRAZER DEALERLibby /
'i ; j proceedings against any and E. Johns
:1 hf The Thanksgiving Prayer Ser- all owners of rights of way on
: vice Thursday night will be heldIn AgencyPhone
the Bay less Highway!" who have
Transfer & Storage Co. the Baptist Church with Mrs. not signed the necessary deeds 13 STARKE, FLA.

y.t I Ola M. Perkins, Principal of the for right of way by Monday Nov.
School in charge. A group of
: i i.. t AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS. students will take part In the 22. ISW011'p

program.Pvt. I.. tlrrult Court, Klcklk JudlilulIrvult. WHAT MT CAA

:f.it! : Moving aft Phone 9105 Rex Brooking who has .lorldN.'' In In mid(.Hnnvery.erdle for Bradford. County, R.p..ntl..1.HIE. TRAVELERS. HsrtfordCARPENTERS tIKB TCI KNOW

; > llarnnrd. Plaintiff. Va. John yea
been stationed at Ft. Jackson S.

1r jt I'' ., f w. Operate Local and Long> Dis ; C. for basic training U now visiting "H.'MM llarnnril.MTt'ltO:Uefendant.OF FI.OIIIIll 11140N/'F.TO. .,.., cot 11No. -

r!i 't ;. I u: tance. Also Hauling: Anywhere In his parents, Mr and Mrs. kr John t wa.I). Ituinard, residence un- T

'" I Starke City Limits. Orville Brookins. It In hereby Ordered that you ....
are required to appear on the 13th
Mrs. Roy Hunter and Mrs. M.I. day of December A. D. 1948 before

fit"' 'l; IIN!,; SEE US FIRST Carroll of Live Oak, were Wed- of the Complaint above entitled for Court divorce to filed the Hill a- Sales & Service Stre.t = e-61st.

"i'ii nesday guests of Mr and Mrs galliot you In the above ittvled .
M. L. Watterson. mine; aria the Bradford County Tel* City
.lI'rlll>h III I hereby, designated. an the Phone 32
Mr and Mrs. Lynn Hall and newnpnpvr In which thin Order shall
.t tI I. b. published once a week for four Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. n10M OF COURSE
Ultl [8PB) Y.DE StQV1CE phone 52-J daughters were visiting friends onttecutlre weekH.WITNKM.S NO 08rIIIIIIIJiTIIIIII LIGATION.
I' In Palatka Sunday. I. : : my hand and the Seal'
: I w. FOLLOW TMfl areas Mrs. Hartmann of thin Court at Starke, HrudfnrdCotintv
Regret Is expressed that the (Florida, thin the 9th day
following are now hospitalized, of November A. n. 1948. ,
''IF I: ".I..i.._.. ((JFlrll'I I )\1. MKAL) A..Y. Thomanlerk
m and we wish them all a speedyrecovery (' "t the Circuit Court, Bradford

; 4 ij; From where i sit. ./ Joe Marsh : T. C. Chaatain, who Is (iv''nuntv Haven Florida Cronby r>. C.
.. at
i'' q / a patient Shadycrent Hospital '\". II. Cone, Solicitor for Plaintiff I
Starke! ; )Mrs Della Dyal of High 11-12 4t 12-3

w ? I Springs mother of !Mrs. Alma Notice of !ftprvlnl Mn.t..... Hnle
'xl c r I Saxin.' and Mrs. Lillian Dodd Notice I III hcreliv given that under,
and bv virtue of that ivrtaln flnilt Little Minute Col
4)21'1) 1' !I'tr' mother of Fred Dodd who are ,| * nuide .and l entered 1 bv 'the for
'lr : t -" Television the both confined to the Alachua honorable A. X Adklnn. one of; me.MillVCD PRESCRIPTION
Farm .
'' ; on of the Circuit Court of the
County Hospital! Gainesville.By
\ 1.1._ Eighth: Jitdli-lnl I Circuit of Florid.
J" { --- Unanimous Vote of the and Uradford 1 In I
: .--::, 1.n y.r'n the 2nd; day"nl'N -
I ''I. --- Membership, Fred S. Dodd was ember. A, I>. |194M. in that rertalnoreclomire
.l" ; Buck Ctiililt* home ha* become day: be as much a.part of American re-elected pastor of the Christian milt wherein Arnrk1.Ind3Py Phone fit STARKE :i Rest 1 1I Work
1,,\ t ;: highly popular ever since he got! home and farm life at the temper- Church for his seventh Consecu 'It pliilntlff Corporation and P. ,R a Finn corporation et al.,. On-the-Mlnlt ServiceDAY I Big for
'ul y C\ :'I'! < that television' net-one of the few ate glass of beer that Buck serves, tive year. are dvfeiid.tnt. the underpinned 1

A tl "i. ; net In our' town, outside ef Andy'sClnrdrn and the hospitality that goes! with it. Mrs. Dodd will entertain the 'u.' SpeelnlIast.r will a11 to by the said hlwheKt dmreeiinolnteil & NIGHT I I.O

.{ Wr : ; Tavern. ..... bidder for cash, at the front door, of .
; And from where I sit, anything .
.t f I Irl Ladles Council on Wednesday af the IVndford Countv Court Ifoune - - -I\>
,r II#!! I:' i : Not only do the kids! stay home that add to gracious! living' in ternoon. The Program Topic, T3od -

\ i 'I.r.l ':; r: nights but the neighbors: drop in America-bring* folks. together for Speaks Through Nature." Is the I

t t entertainment'i\! ; t < firth and last of a series on "God "ANNIS HAS
; ;! ;
Speaks To-day, IT
# ; 'I\I:1\ : ,, /jl 4 II! wake them welcome with a mellow of nur. (We're thinking: of bujinj<

!\ 1; II fd.tas:! of beer or ale (with cider and a television: set ourselves!).

:i : IA4tT Y.nn.ua
I"'(i) -"I While I gueaa evcryona lmU! 17J TI q1 wpYS ara..tIMI11 b R"ll.ly11": Concrete Builder lIarllwlW'e + I

J dr: 1 ,lt that television still| hn fir to go, e .il( .;w/l. 1\I".t Everything) To Build, Repair or Remodel $ev f A

( ,::t. j.t. ;' ...it... .not hard to ace that it will some : r ANNIS HUILDINR I SUPPLIES inc.
S { .j't'll' ., ,
.'1... 5 *4)HOIOIHV.. :Main Street !South i 1 rf +
:I :tI ;, '" tupyriybt,19f8,1lnited5wtetUrowenFuundatioA: ; I I I'luJh. Phone 317 :13: \INKSVII.LK: P. O Box 02

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f j

it, M itarlings Grocery IPM IP 1i: k \ / "_ r

t"I &

1'' t; ; ( CORNER CALL & STARKE .j

Market _


r''d'd -S _

Is .; II f _

f.: MY\ IT'S IN STARKE TOO! '...,....\.' __ _

c A Healthful Buy,

Factory 5 Ib. 9 For Young And Old 7 ( s 0

Morning, noon and night. Nerve Cuatafxon'a
Pack fresh, invigorating _ilk. It help children

;crow stronger and keeps admits! healthier. Constant LiT L

# scientific care i 1. darrr production I is on.
.t the Important reaHonn for the consistent _

high quality ef our _11 t. Sere, a it to your
i More For This Week!
We Have Many Bargains family t day aad every day.


-m Be Sore To Get One Of Our Handbills BEFORE !LCCJ* Kom DKLIVBKY.GUSTAFSOfTS .

1 p L You BUY! DAIRY

Gree' Cve f..bttl% Florida
C lue na

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I. ER 28, 19-18
-- -------- --- a aSTUART'S
e Saturday. I ed the regional meeting. of the ( Sunday School every Sunday aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins I a few from this section who will aI I
Farm, Lawtey Miss Ann Butler of Texas is Florida. Education Association morning: at 10 o'clock at New I for a few days. be trying their luck in the Ocala I
te t < the guest of her friend, Mrs. Har- I last. Friday In Jacksonville. I I River Church and each Sunday Nlta and Travis Alvarez attended National Forest. More details I
bn.Vr I Br'ltn Whltflrhe **.' *...**. .*"..*.*.* ley, this week. i I The Lawtey Junior High School. afternoon at 3 o'clock at Long I a birthday party in Starke I I I about hhelr luck later
a eivI Miss Mary Julia Futch and I I will be closed this Thursday and i r j Bridge. Monday afternoon, honoring Barbara Mrs.' Ida M. Gentry and daughter -
o L. Nix had The adult members of the Baptist Benton Futch were shopping in Friday for the Thanksgiving Hoi-1 Mr. and Mrs M. Wiggins, Jean Ward and Paula GUI!! Lillian, spent Sunday In Silver -
?).?, quests at noon Church $Rave: a surprise birthday Jacksonville! last Friday. Idays, I Mrs. Rosa Plnholster and Pete ten. Springs as guests of Mr. and
White and dinner for their pastor the Mrs. T. J. Terry. Mrs' G.V.. :Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox of I I Sapp attended he Mlaml-Fla. Pumpkin rt.- Kwlpe Mrs. Burt Buabee.
vv nston of Lake- Rev G. V. Lee. on Thursday evenIng I Durham, "Miss Elizabeth Terry Jacksonville\ ) were guests of Mrs. .' football gamo in Gainesville Sa 1 paste pie shell; 1 cup cook..1pumpltln Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forsytheand rM
r, Henderson November lR, nt the School I and Ralph Futch attended the Cox's mother Mrs. Paul Dinkins I turday. 3.4 cup sugar; 1-2, cup daughter Carolyn, left Sa. //
Cafeteria After the delicious i i funeral of Mrs. Ella Lee Bell last Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Cleo Andrews attended!! rich milk; 1 tablespoon butter;
.? "Mr and Mrs. chicken dinner WAil served and .! in Ft. White last Tuesday. I I IMr. and Mrs. Jim Browningand the district teachers" meeting In 1.4 teaspoon cinnamon; 1-1 teaspoon turday for their home In Con e .
EL qrr and their and daughter.Mrs. enjoyed by Rev. Lee and those and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and son, Buster Miss Barbara Jacksonville last Friday. allspice; 2 eggs. nellsvllle, Pa. after spending a ,
Stark :Mr present the Church presented family spent the weekend In Tam- Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and Try this. It makes a very short vacation with Mr. For-
,nl t ind thc-lr Growl son at Billy Unl- Rev. Lee with a Scofield Bible. I pa visiting relatives. Julia Moore Futch Benton! attended Futch Gator and Growlin Miss son; Leslie, mad a. business tripto good pie and everyone likes pump- sythe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Syr,
I the Gator H. B. Arwood U I| Bobby Plummer of Miami spent Cedar Keys Sunday. kin pie for Thanksgiving dinner.
1! Friday night upending this Gainesville Friday night. Ray Forsythe and Mrs. For
Florida. week with his son George and I I the weekend here visiting: his Mrs. Rosa Pinholster of Brooker The writer of this column wishes sythe's brother-in-law and sister,
Iffhltfleld and his daugh-I family in Miami. brother, Bill Plummer. visited her niece, Mrs. Main Wiggins everyone a very happy Thanks- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Forsythe.
V visited Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and ,
over the weekend and attended -
Mrs. giving.
H. B. I I :
Arwood entertained Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of HARUY-SAVIDSON 1
tli-r( m Tallahassee! from the son Kenneth were guests of Mr. NeRiverAND church at New River' Sun- George
tit Sunday. Church Junior girls of the Baptist and Mrs. John Shuford during Jacksonville and Eugene Brew-
"; last Saturday night. Those the week. day.Mr.. ster, student at the University
Joseph Gibala and Mrs./ Jack Sapp of
d enjoying the party were Delyne I of Florida, Gainesville, were call-
young son Jerry, of Crews, Shirley and Nclda V. J. Rape spent the weekendin :Mr. E. A. Sapp Raiford are rejoicing! over the Lake Geneva
Ham- Ing: on Mrs. B. Cunningham and
Jacksonville with friends. Mr.
[on,> O. C arrived Frl- mack, Ruth and Joanna birth of a son last Friday.
Lee and! Mrs. Will Sons Saturday.
|,lt Mr. and Mrs. M. R.or Mary Julia Futch. Edwards was calledto Sapp U the son of Mr. and Mrs. fly Blanche CunninghamWith
Hendersonville, N. Friday Rev. Parrish lived Mr. and Mra. T. M. Finlry and!
week. C.Jast Truby filled his M. J. Sapp and formerly
a Mrs. Ruth Barthlow .
Mrs. L.durIng and daughter to attend the funeral of her regular appointment 'Sunday at daughter, Martha Sue, wore in
of Mr and Effle !Mae of here.Little Temple Ave Jt; 10th St.
q week Middleberg- were aunt, Mrs. Lou Moore New River Church. Folks remember Rudy Andrews of Gainesville hunting .season Just Jacksonville Monday night attending -
|E Cordy the of past Knoxville, I.guests..- of Mrs Mae Wells last I The Lawtey Teachers all attend- j you are invited to attend Is visiting his uncle and around the corner there are quite I the circus 1 Stark, Florida

L9. Charlie Proctor of
Mrs Alva Holland of
and Mr. and Mrs
Irlton of Gainesville.
Jaullnt Brannen of Jack-
'prtit Saturday and Sun- TURKOLOGY WINNERS

.her Brannen.parents, Mr. andv.

G. Godwin and Harold
lisited Mr. and Mrs. O.

t1II in Gainesville last MRS. T L. CASEY UT. 2, BOX :54F, STARKE, FLA. CHARLES HARDY Starke, FLA. MRS. E. T. VESTAL, GEN. DEL., STARKE FLA.I .
enjoyed the Gatord
attended homecoming I believe Truman was re-elected: President of the United To win a turkey, we contestants have been requested believe Truman was re-elected President of the United
i of the University. States because the average American believes in giving a To write an article on "Why Truman Was lie-elected". States because, chiefly, he was a Democrat. Then, too, people
..1..111. man a chance to prove his ability, and the only way to do so Now, several opinions I have heard wanted to give him chance to do something on his own
L Mrs. Ivy Andersonthe in that case was to let him have a term on his:' own merits. Over the radio and via the printed word, hook with a co-operative Congress back of him. Truman's
marriage of their I also think the trend to remain with the Democratic And none of them are singing the same song firm stand on the Russian:' and Palestinian problems gained
- Lucille, to Shelber' Party became stronger in pre-election days instead of Now, as for the reasons, there is really only one ; admiration from Americans who were used to all politicians
|n Saturday, November weaker as Republican leaders asked us to believe but I So some of these opinions are wrong. straddling the fence.
_mpreBsive Moniac.ceremony Ga. was and do think that Truman was very much surprised at his over- I don't envy a man who would conduct a poll))
d tiding In the wedding weres .whelming victory if not at the actual fact of victory itself. To secure''a bit of "accurate" information

| parents and Mr. andrt And. then to determine if he was correct,
Anderson. At present To have it all depend on an election. "
Jwrs. Rosier are at homeffrienda I don't want the same thing happen to me
at the home of That happened to others "in the know" '.",
m's parents, Mr. andos All I want to win is a TURKEY 1
Rosier, In Lawtey. \ I sho don't want no CROW! '

d I Mrs W S. Rivers andof
j Auburndale visited
I Mrs P. S. Crews and 1
[Mrs. C D. Sellers Frl- 1

|i d]ren Mrs., Mary John Carol P. Turney' and Farm, Home & Auto Supply Western Auto Associate Store The Washeteria Whispering Pines' Tourist Court

of Jacksonville were
Mr. and Mrs. C: M.
nday. :
I Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, Jr.
|Betty Bouvier of Miami
eats of Mr. and Mrs.
mvler, Sr. Intermittently ,
e week having come ton
|< of the state In order C. H. Driggers Furniture Co. New Method Cleaners
I""comlng-the University:Mrs. of Bouvier Flor-, Pine Tree Inn S. R. Johns Grocery

her son and family Inle K .. .._L.l.J1Ii.: .
Saturday and attended r'i '
| a trip to points in
(Mr. and Mrs. Bouvier, P ., I" i
again here and Mr. .. .- ... ., .. n
r. returned to their Ml- !

hj Isvllle with Mrs.honored them David for Hamrick the a visit.lat- Kidd's Service Station Biggs & Baker Sporting Goods Temple & Lake Service Station Leila's Dress .Shoppe' 1C

fnta, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
1 McIntosh, with an "at
nday November 21, on .
on of their twenty-fifth
anniversary. The homed
Mrs. McRae was ther
this lovely affair and

fose list Intimate. A Included Bouvier friends.relatives were Mr.J. Setzer's Super Stores Gem Jewelry Store Winkler Electric Service The Guidon Grill

present. v- ,
1 1s

fare Coughs

i Common Coldsat

I">n relieves HANG promptly ON because Hart Furniture Co. Starke CocaCola'Bottling Co.Howard's Drugs Carpenter's Drug Store '
chi to the seat of the Iroubla( .
men and expel germ laden
d aid I nature to soothe and I Ir
tender, inflamed! bronchial
mbrann.Tell your druggist
i a bottle of Cieomuh !1
ideriiandinR you must like

,5'it to quickly have your allays money the cough back. L B.'((Red) Alvarez

Harold C. Wall Agency
hOMULSIONROTECT Lawson's Mkt. & Cold Storage Starke Builders Supply r

Service Station &.

' ,

AND Olson's Refrigeration Sales & -

EAUTIFYUR Wells Electric The Star Store Lady Fair Beauty- Salon

> CAR'S Service !r; i




[LASTING MagnotiaFishMarket Green's Grocery & Market Denmark Furniture Co. TYUsDryGoods. ,



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Whistle Vess-Cola- F.

gs? Conway's Service S tatlOn. Andrews Motor Co. Colonial I I Inn Restaurant .

I. ., Miles w Hr.

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Cover Dovle.The Cleanerf Libbv Sales & Service Avery Inn Grill The Auto Fountain1;' tb

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Norman E. Sanders of Starke Charley LaConta of New York :Mr -
'}tI;i! ,1! Mrs. Flume Hostess Mrs. Whitehead AndersonCaldwellVedding Party has completed eight weeks of City was Saturday guest of Mr. I entertained and Mrs at p.angulJa"M
basic training at Camp Leroy and Mrs. Walter Muhlhofer. a (
" 1t' ;:To TEL Class Observes 85th Johnson in New Orleans Thanksgiving Day "lit,
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: The T. E. L. Class of the Bap. : Birth AnnievrsaryThe a Mr. and Mrs. Herman Turner ------
ID / i i of Umatilla
and daughter Ann
tlst Church met at the home of I home of Mrs. Lydia Johns, iI ,
1 t Mrs R F. Flumo, Monday, With Ralford, was the scene of a delightful I u ,were weekend guests of Mr. and INTEGRITY
James Hobbs. The Hobbs
1+ 17 members present. A book family reunion and 85t!> Mrs. I <$.I, of conduct and dealtnu,
t' study "Outline of the Bible Nistory" and their gUests enjoyed the ", F .
birthday celebration honoringMrs. and festivities thoughtfulness and econnnserving Pr
'lr. ,
was taken up. A Thanks a J Homecoming game I ,0' ,,,
( needy family Mary Whitehead on Sun in Gainesville on Saturday. -thte mark : '", Jut
''K (1 giving basket for a
' & 1 was packed and plans were mad" day. Nov. II Among the 163 Mr and Mrs. Merrill C. Futch quality of this well knou.n' trmc 'Jot,
) present were 16 grandchildren of and children, Charles and Martha
for a Christmas party to be held .
Mrs. Whlthend and 23 great I 4 ... were visiting Mr. and Mrs,
Dec. 20 at the home of Mrs. R. ">.
C A. Futch, O. M. Sistrunk and
A. Thomas. grandchildren.A : 7 Joe Sistrunk, Saturday and Sunday -
bountiful basket picnic was t 44
After the regular business DEWITT C. JONES
served in the yard.
meeting, a delicious luncheon war Enjoying Thanksgiving Day at I STARKB:
+t).1 served by the hostess. Among those present were Mr, I ____summer Dr and Mrs.home Bryant on Klngsley S. Carroll'Lake AMBULANCE SERVICE PHO;"t *

s were Mrs. F. H. Long, and sons. Funeral Director
COME IN AND) SEE the many, many gift selections i Richard, Billy and Alan, Mrs. T. '

to suit your taste pretty ones: practical T. Long and children, Mr. and Our local funeral home enables .
1G111, ones precious: Rift: Rifts of lasting delight Mrs. Comer Long and Mr. and I I offer conveniences and scecicei? ?
and service the kind you would like toRet I Mrs. n. R. Thede and son, Rickey ;otherwse; available. nw:

) the kind you want to Rive. Come in I'lowerslrcil anywhere Day I
tiT1W 4T We furnun the hlghes. type servIce at
and night wrtl* COLONIAL lowest
and for yourself
i see
i l FLORIST: Phone 218. accept ANT life insurance policy in force, Issued by A.\"Y It

Pfc. Nick Crosby who is staloned pauy as payment In part or In full on a funerai *,II I

+ at Eglin Field, spent the carried no obligation. Cossitl4b,

;weekend with Mrs. Crosby. ,. _n ,

Ii I Ii II i r _.. .

I ri<-tiir<-v'<> are principles In the wedding. 0111'1": Mary .!<> Caldwcll to .\. W. Anderson, Jr.,

I uhl<'h was un event of Friday, Nov. 13: In the I First I'rehhj terlan Church. From left to right: Alex

i \' .\\ lI'Ihl'r11"; : .* I.lla Hue f Hid well. bridesmaid. ; l.'nccm-: :Mult lieu*, Iwit man; :Mr. Anderson, MNN!

C'alduell, Tat Mctirlff, .."h"r11'1"; :---June-- -C'uM\tcll, bridesmaid-;- and- Lyle Amlerwin, utther. I THANKSGIVING TURKEYS
----- --------- ------- -- --- -- ------

and Mrs Jimmy Conner, Mrs.
SLIPPERS Presbyterian Adult Birthday PartyAt
Farce Whitton, Mr. and Mrs.

Y, p j Shc,'ll simply walk on air when Ozlaa Alvarez and family, Mrs. Class Enjoys Service CenterMrs. 1.1 PILCRIbiq1'

she opens. your gift of wonderful McCormick, Mrs. Ollie Thomas Social MeetingThe Hal Gillen and Mra. Ro- BRAND
//4 ) slipper, Comfortable for MOJUD HOSE and Sam FOjl
granddaughter bert Ward entertained at a lovely I
ot'( walking, fudilly fnr lounging, Whitehead and family A. B. Adult Bible Class of the joint birthday party Monday ai i'r O
.mart for OOI11)0145..what Whitehead B. White- First Presbyterian Church held "'
+;/ Yim're Mire to l I.e right whena family ternoon at the Service Center for II nDK'
1 (ever :jou'n looking for,we have ).oa. gUei our lovely MojudSforklngH head and family, L'mVhlte.- Its November meeting last Friday their daughters, Paula Gillen and I
11i In the newest I'ashlon head and family, Julia Johns and evening In the chapel. Des- Barbara Jean Ward who were THE OVEN
I son Kmrle Carl Nettles and pite unfavorable weather conditions '
h ; a LAD1KS & CIIILOUKXS Harmony Color* both celebrating their sixth anniversaries
family, Gil Parrish and family 21 members and friend.iwere ,
1.50 1.95 Virgil Raulerson and family of present and shared in a
95c 3.95 to
to The Center was brightly d""orated -
Jacksonville, Mrs. Pearlie Blon- meeting of fine fellowship and a

,, .,. son and family of Orlando Mr. simple meal consisting of salads for the occasion with multicolored ,I ''slt I
sandwiches, doughnuts, and cof balloons. The refreshmenttable '
and lira. D. Sweat, Mr. and Mrs. "
II THREE-PIECE TRAVEL ENSEMBLE Greek of Jacksonville, Pledger fee. Following the meal a one- was attractive with a party +. /
In 'Luxurious! Hur-Mel; Rayon Crepe. In Jewel Tone II Johns and! family, Wilbert Mann' art, play entitled "It Could Be cloth, centered with a white cakeE'mboRsed 71

1 Shades of Royal and Light Blue Red and Wine. and family of Ocala Math Sapp You" was presented by Miss Lucille in pink rose buds with %
and family of Lake Butler, Lewis Mitchell, Miss Hazel Fields, green leaves and topped with pink,
and Mrs. J. Warren Kaufman. candles. The cake was surroundedwith
Taylor and family of Lake Butler -
We also have Gowns, Slips, Pajamas rose buds and blossoms Interspersed _
Welthla Dekle Lake
1 i President .of the class, Thomas I
, I Bed Jackets and many other nice gift items Butler Mrs. Webster of Lake' with fern.
McNeill, then brought the meet-
"" Butler, Joe Parr IB h family of Games were played during the MARVELStuffing
4 : JUST RECEIVED: New shipment of Doris Dodson Lake Butler, A. W. Whiteheadand Ing to order for the consideration afternoon and prizes were awarded Closed ALL

Holiday Dresses! John Whitehead families Mr. of plans for various activities, to Brenda Lewis and Carolyn

Jackson and family, Mr. Cleanle especially Christmas. A committee Ward. A day on Thurs. t f Bread d]
and Helping\ the hostesses serve the
Browning family and Mr. was appointed to work In co-
Willie Carter and family.Mr operation with the Ladles' Aux. twenty-five little guests were
,The SMART SI-1C)t It I iliary In providing a fine Christ- Mrs. Orle Wiggins Mrs. Helen (Thanksgiving

I Starke Fla. : and Mrs. Jose Amezaga of mas program for the children of Malone and Mrs. Ernest Prillips. ). IlL Jb 18
Cuba returned l here for a visit the Sunday School. Mrs. James Miss Thelma Thomas returned CFLORfD.1
the early part of the week.fIll Walker was elected as the new home Tuesday after spending the iss t

membership secretary C. M. Tur- I past few weeks in Tampa. as a I
+ ney, highly capable teacher of the truest of her sister, Miss Ann
+ clasH, spoke of plans which he; Beam.
expects to at the FRYERS lb. 67c JAN E PARKER'DELltjOUSFRUITCAKE
present next
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fIll ml'etlng.Vlth a feeling of real
: Joy and a fine spirit of :working I
,, r 1, ;.vr harmoniously together, the members BEFORE SELLING YOUR HENS, lb. . 67c
then brought the meeting to TIMBER or TIMBERLAND SUNNYF1ELDSLICED

' America's Newest and Finest Gas Ran a close SEE. WRITE or r A
1':J! es ,. ?ALL WINTON PARRISH BACON, Ib -t 73c

' Sammie Kennedy or L. P. GIBSONP. HALF or WHOLE SMOKED "......1' ...ee P ...... d

" :; ...... Honoree At PartyThe O. Box 235 SKinned HAMS, H JU.:.. 59c hilt
' : ,.. :,:. ,' WITH OUR COMPLIMENTS" Phone 3 END CUT WESTERN. r\rr baker- Made with br more** "
B. T. Thomas
O home on S. '
' ;, I Water Street was the scene of LAVVTEY, FLA. PORK CHOPS, H JU.:.. . 39c 110.:13 nut*. If" fruit bound aail to
'j. .- iniim for tht next 'two w.tfts-f. tvtryfurthattr a surprise farewell party honor- Would also like to least be drllvlouo.

+i'' :. ,-r 01 any Caloric Rang" Ing Sammie Kennedy, Wednesday .. turpentine timber. HEAVY WESTERN BEEF 1 Yz: m. ------------. l'?-'
evening of last week. This delightful .
i.I I I1 tw ,r' ; ..#. ,t raw affair, given by 35: of Sam- Chuck Roast Ib. 65c 3'. -- 2aa:
mle's high school friends, was in 5'. ::::::::::- = ass
THIS NEW Sirloin Steak tb., 87c '
;iit the form of a outdoor weiner -
t roast. EXPERT1adio Brisket Stew tb. 35c
; o DIFFERENT Many in doz. 19c
games were played ,
. the yard followed by refreshment Ground Beef, tb. Sic
., 1
: cooked on the outdoor fireplace Ilom Style<', IJi-Ib.! Loaf

fl'( p1ItAIIVAIUEt.00)"Cooking Miss Kennedy who left Sun. Chocolate Cream Drops, tb. 35c BREAD 18c
; clay for an extended visit with ..
lU R'S
'J' / by the Cloak"makes her sister' In Newnan, Ga. was the t 'I Mt\' L
ordinary cook recipient of an identifications' Sticks lb. - 1.49 lOc
book ax out of date n, DINNER ROLI.S: pkg.
bracelet from her friends
as a
fashioned time '
: W wanting cooking methods.h .. memento of the occasion.PRTRK -III I' IIUIXU' /.
Hero are Home of its "HepaticSERVICE Bleached Raisins, Ib. 21c 35c
many valuable feature: \. C'llKISTIANO
,. HUNT'S; Green Tipped & White ._,_. ..... --
I ; $TIP.SY-STEP PLANNED Mr. and Mrs. D. Christiano of MAH\EL FR.NKF'L'R3'P7:
m+-- Asparagus Spears 43c
fK MENUS, which indicate can
I I 1 Darien Conn are the happy lx
pnrents of 8
ti. the exact time to start ROLLS, pkg.
I II 1 preparing each dish so of a son Peter Vincentt, born Chas. C.
\ that the entire meal in Thuisduy Nov. 13. FKESH FRUITS '"
., 1 L H' ready at the same time. Mrs. V. S. St. John maternal ShepherdAt ANVEGETABLES P h'ltGl' '

grandmother, la few t
h. 10M'ALl THAT COOK spending a Gay's Service Station .\ :. GOLDENCELERY
\ tM THIMSIIVES." How to weeks with her son-in-law and
': '! prepare meals that practically daughter.
cook themselves stalk19 :
t'' while you go about your ;,,-.-._.__._.________,_________ ,
housework or shopping.I .


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;\ YORK 9c

I I.r GAS RANGES ( ) APPLES 5 Ib. 43c -

Qvettno- AS.V
1 o s. r*on.America's"Easiest I If bought during November

.I" \ lout? we will print your LARGR MINCE MEAT, 9 oz. pkg. I5c

"It Range to Keep Clean 0'r name FREE on an assortment ANN PAGE
of $1 worth. Cauliflower f head 29c 31c
...a style and price for every need ,

ppi Cranberries Ib. 23c HEINZ FRESH 29c
i PICKLES, 24 oz.
We now have on display Christmas Boxes Gift -

ti :, t Features in Every You Model Want- Ribbon, Cord, Tags, Seals, etc. Red Grapes, 2 lb. 25c. SHORTENING DEXO 3 lb. 1.07

.' Flovor-Sov Dual Burners *Verl-Clea" tl) 6 Plenty of Toys for the Children: Footballs, Trains, OCEAN SI'RAYCRANBERRY

1 ,. .movabla Broils with Hi-lo Rack and Green Beans 2 lb. 25c SAUCE, can l1c
Pan Hoid-H.ot Oven Exclutiv Holster Sets Games and Books. .
Door S.alt*S.oml.n OnPI.c.Burner i Ion a FLOUR 10 tb. . 60c
Box On.-PI.e. Front From PaN M r ,

ented Balanced-Action Door Mounting 8 lb. bag Oranges 19c RICE, 5 tb. pkg. . 49c
: ; Individual lift-Out Watt Tray *
'I OnPI.c. Flanged Ov.n Fluor.KnlIfght ,,-yr rw e-Burner Divided Ten We have a surplus of Toilet Articlesin 3-MINUTE,
Window and 40" m. I Obxrvador Ovn .
14 OL r"u. Oatmeal .
: flush Interior light Avrowotlc Oven l COOKIE MIX,
...... Talc} tBody Ppwder Colognes and
Control Fiberglot"IijwIoHon WWJ' ;jrjissdSprouts 29c Junket .
,I' .Aeration Pant Porcelain Enamel In* QUICK JUDGE
tide and Out *.All Burners Guaranteed
'j'; for Life. 31 COMPACtO* m.4..1d l- Toilet Water that we are offering at Kline's PIE CRUST . I7e

j 1+ SEE the nationally advertised Caloric Ranges- ONE-THIRD OFF. All will be Gift 100 lb. 4.10Talco 25 Ib. 1.07 ,_ . 19c

j, ;: t on easy terms at-- Wrapped FREE! Growing Mash

100 Ib. 4.57 25; n,.

:i Slade Gas Co., Inc. Koch Drug Store Talco Laying Mash 1.13 1 1

4 Phone 121 213 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. 100 11). 4.57 25 pt
Ib. 1.17
I 300.302E.CALL ST. STARK1

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I Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson,I Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith Mrs. W. 'H. Thomson and children I Miss Amy Coburn returned Mr. and Mrs. E.V.. Newcombof Gilbert Newcomb, Wednesdayand i
of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. N. spent the weekend with Mr. and I Margie Ellen, Evelyn and last week from California where I I Orlando visited Mr. and Mm | Thursday, of last week.ALVAREZ' 'I+
TS of : NEWS I R.C. Mott and Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Nat Sternberg In Daytona Freddie of Monticello are spend. she spent three months visitingher ._.._.
Mott of Brooker spent Thanks. Beach. -
ing from Wednesday to Sunday
.. giving Day fishing at Orange GLADIOLUS: ISIS< 75o.. $1 $1.:50: with the F, F. Stumps. brother-in-law and sinter, Mr. Iten s Clothng!
and Mrs. H. A. in Seattle hill/
DeWater -
Mr E L. Middleton I Mr. and Mrs Robert Greer Lake. & $'J per do/en.:: Sue of and daughters, Gail and Marlon Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Phillips FLORIST Phone 218-
In Gainesville
Htr, Martorie I of were Saturday Sen. and Mrs. W. T. Davis of
Rose, and Mrs. Marion Savannah Ga. were recent Mina June Patel of Jacksonville
Thanksgivinginci Reddish! evening BI the guests of Mr. and 11-111I -v--
In guests of Dr. and Mrs.V Madison\ spent the weekend with
l were Fernandina Sunday visIting visited her father Van Patel, Mr*. Fred GUY.
W. E.F.1LL
.I Mrs. Mr. E. Middleton.Mr. the Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns an 1 Branch of
I and Mrs. A. Maniasj.:. over weekend. 1'OM: POMS, SI, 91.SO per Every
snTST ..\L11' Mir: and Mrs. Don Page hud as Jr have. and returned Mrs. A.V.. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. fdgarVllldnson hunt li._ COLON I.XL FLORIST, were their festivities guests In at GainesvilleMr. the homecoming J
their weekend guest. Donnle from their wed I were guests of Mr. and Mis. Jack Phone 218.Mri INSURANCEH.
ding trip to St. Augustine Beach \ and Mrs. Guy Sale and
Simmons in .
of Gainesville tho
Page over
Jacksonville Miriam KlckllterMiss
,I \!,, Paul Hudglns Page of Lake and Billy and are at home in the Redgrave weekend. daughter Linda Kay spent .. -.. .. -- ,_ .-
,, and Mrs. J.rrftdl.i City.J. Dorothy Claire Klckllter and Miss
Sv( I
t. apartment on S.Vater Street. Thanksgiving Day with Mrs.
A. Landrum Misses Marjorie Sue Mlddleton Idell nndrum ,accompanied Miss
guestsL'Udav of
\ are Brooksvlllo Suit*. Urp''e.ft A CoutH reducedfor John Sale in Madiaon.
through Sunday I spent the weekend with Mr. and Marvellne McCall of Jack SammIe Kennedy to Lake City
L W. Koch. Mrs. T. F. Landrum. and Fall dearunrt Sizes: 9. to 56. sonville students at FSU were Sunday evening:, where' Miss Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. F.. S. Matthews C. \WALL AGENCY ffigI'LEASB
:lira ($((5.1)5 up at LKIL.VS: Drew Shop. weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. took a bus for Newnan Ga. will return to Starke this weekend r

-- A W E. Mlddleton, during the Miss Kennedy will visit her bro. after spending several weeksin PHONE 116
Homecoming Festivities I at ther-in-law and slst..r.Ir.. and Orlando as the guests of Dr.
SAVE I Gainesville. Their escorts, Harold Mr, Wendell Hemlrlcks, and also and Mrs II. D. McLendon. Constant Service Over 50 Years -
$30 (only 1 suit)
Waldron and Bob Sage of Daytona finish her senior year in Newnan. Suits! lr<>'N''<*i'' & Coat rixluctMlfor .
/ Beach also of Fall clearance. Sizes 9 to RU.
were Mr. of
guests nnd Mm. J. D. Sapp
2 Sofa Bed Suit the Middeltons.\ Pensncola were guests last weekof $3.1)1): up at LICILVS: Urvwn Shots
pc. :MKVS TALL SUITS AT AL- Mr and Mrs. R. R. Hutchlngs. Miss\ Louise! Stern will bo brides
VAKE7Mr maid to Miss Jean Cornwall in
4 RrID \ .ild'M into nice bed 1 for two pt"oplKtm "- and Mrs. Steve Weldon and of Mr.Gainesville and Mrs.and\V.V.Miss. Dorothy Ftneren-I Detroit, 1\1I\ <,h. tonight, Frldiiy, IUJUER8' 1LIRDVARld i id

A I ; strop,; spring von-traction. family joined a family reunion Flnerrn of Jacksonville' were Miss Stel'n.J who Is attending the ?
y St. Louis rn.Htitute of Music 1n Maing; Framing:
over Thanksgiving in Tavares at of Me.\ e Flooring/ r
Thanksgiving Day guests
Regular Price, 199.50 the home of Mr. and Mrs. WalterW and Mrs.! A. D. Chosby.OriliTH St. Louise, left there with a par. Sash Doors Asbestos
ty for Detroit on Wednesday. '
Shaffer hvlng ti ken for
now & Skiing OVwpluUtShingle
Sale Price169.59 C. 1 R.<+ Beam has returned homo s
Mrs J. T. Moore of Plant City prepared| C'hrl..lmt.'r'nth.* for
TOt'A'll' vla'ted her m-t ther Mrs G. W eemetery.-CO.ONItL 1'I.OK- after being in llorton'a Summit Steel C tMMnent4RrUlc

i HffSc f9'by Brown over Thanksgiving 1ST, Plume 218. Va on business! the past few -Saml--
Mrs. George Bennett and son, Martha LanJrum< and M\ iiry months Metal & Composition; Hoofing
A NICK ',1111. of Jacksonvillle were guestsof Sue Epporson spent Friday and l Mr and Mrs Fred Parker and
T11CYnis GAY Bed Lamps GIFT 1TE11o' the Junius Smiths last Friday. Saturday with Mary Sue's rand. son, Earl:: of Tampa nee, spend 'Illlum Moulding -' Screen Wire
Shrru\ \\
Mrs. M. B. Herlang Is spendingthis parents Mr. and Mrs. R. L. ing the Thanksgiving weekend -
week in Jacksonville with Richard in Jacksonville nnd also with Mrs. W. D. Faxon. PAINTSPaint
Y v Y Sale Price 1.95 relatives. Dr. Herlong was calledto attended the North-East Florida !Make the TtmnkHgUlngr tablecomplete Paint Your; HOUHO &: FAIRBANKSMORSEJIOME :
with Mowers.-C'OiAN- '
Miami Saturday because of Fair.Mr. Pay By The Month WATER SYSTEMS:
the Illness of his brother James and Mrs. Leo Edwards and I.o"LOIUST, Phonn. :21". .
Herlong.Mr. son Charles of Fernandina spent E. L. Crawford newly elected i
and Mrs Glen Duke and the weekend ,with Mr. and president of the Bradford Farm SUPPLIES
LIMITED NUMBER daughters, Gall and Terry Dea, Earl Edwards. Mrs. Lula Mrll'l Bureau, and AT D. Crosby attended STARKE BUILDERS
14.95 ItFU'TIFLT'n.L: ; FINISH I of Gainesville spent the weekend wards returned to Ft> the Florida Farm Burr-mi Phone 45 Arrow From S. A. L. Depot Delivery Service
Carriages with Mrs. Duke's parents, Mr. with her son and family for a state convention in Gainesvillelast
CEDAR CHESTS ,and Mrs. JV.. Andrews. few days visit. I week.

Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins
'rns: >' To Fold 1 For Shopping .G"i
PURPOSES 'u'-a_!_, have as their Thanksgiving weekend i
guests, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mre Leatherette Construction -- Love Wilkes and Mrs.\ Emma SET YOUR BUDGET RIGHT AT

Mronir Frames And Wheels .. I Carlton, of Jacksonville.
Suits, Dresses & Coats redurod
for Fall clearance. Sizes: 9 to 50. 113: EAST STARKE, rr
H3.93! up at L"JL.1: >1''''''' Shop.
FLA.Specials. I
Mrs. Louise Wainwright is CALL ST.
spending several days this weekin
USE OUR BUDGET PLAN ONLY ,$36.00 Gainesville' where she Is receiving

FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE'Will Save Your Clothing: I ing with insurance Banker's agent's Life &train Cas- We Reserve For I

THINK OF THE BAKOAI.V ualty Co., Underwriters of White The Right + Friday &
Cross Hospital' Insurance. While
I there she Is the house guest of To LimitQuantities Saturday, .

/2"S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT : Mr, and Mrs. Vernon S. Phillip! Nov. 26-27
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid will return
this weekend from Tampa where
enmark Furniture Co. she has been visiting friends and
relatives the past week. --, '--" 16u i
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Olney of Men-
E 151 STARKE FLA.EY'RE don, Mich. are staying at the { A : 'S

ter Pearce'Dr.months.and apartments Mrs. H. Mason for the Smith win-, ( Tall t'tOUR MiUt Skinless I W E I, N E R S Ib - 29 ,.

Mrs. W. H. Jackson and Mrs.
C. C. Hoppe of Tampa were. recent r
guests of Mr and Mrs. O. Western PORK CHOPS
HERE AT DEALER'S NAME L. Beaaley while enroute to the CAN. or49

Cloister's Hotel at Sea Island ...
Beach. -- -
Attending the Annual Flower ....., ..
and finest Gas '
tm ica'fewest Ranges Show In Gainesville Tuesday were I
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mrs.. O UBe'afiley 39c'I
Pure Pork SAUSAGE lb. '
Mrs K. G: Duncan Mrs. - -
Marcus Brown, Mrs. Jim Killian,
Mrs. L. F. Chapman and Mrs.L. "
Sliced BACON Ib 49c
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasleywere - - i- -
tor the next two weeks to every I '
l 1 weekend guests of Mr. and .
purchaser of any Caloric Jfarg Mrs. C. P. Tison at Fernandina BREAD

Beach., Mr, and Mrs. C. S. Partin and I WHITE Fresh Ground HAMBURGER lb.. 39c

family spent Thanksgiving with f .....
., THIS NEW, Mr. Partin, Sr., and Mrs. Mamie

s.+ b DIFFERENT COOK BOOK '" Sweat Dish from in Garden,Gracevllle.Phone$1 and up.COLONIAL.FIAmIS'r 218.Planted Pottery .. ,-=---l'/c__ Juicy STEAK or ROAST lb. 3ge ::1 r ra i

Mrs. \11,01 Halle returned a
< 4 tRiTAILVALUI'3.00)"Cookinlt Sunday
a from an eight day visit with :
r r, by the Clock" I her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. I ALL FLAVORS i
makes ordinary cookbooks Woodsln] Halle, Jr. in Miami and I
as out of date ai her sinter, Mrs. J. S. Adair In
C s"nw' c old fashioned time- W. Veal
r Palm Beach.
F waetingcookingmethods.. .
i Mr. and Mrs. J-E-L-L-Q :
h ?aa Here arn some of its. Joe Arnold had
try g many valuable feature, : as their Thanksgiving Day
gueits Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goldman I
Ik k STEr'-eY-STEP. PLANNED of Green Cove Springs, and Shrimp
MENUS, which indicate Mr. 5c Pks. f.
and Mrs. Paul Sheets of Jack :
the exact time to start
f preparing each dull DO sonville. :i: _-. .._
{ that the entire meal in Mrs. J. C. Wynn I I.* visiting her |
.% ready at the same time. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. t
+ Merrill Johns in Green Cove I

')i "MEALS THEMSEL VIS.THAT" How COOK to Springs. ,
prepare meals that practically R. O. Dansby of Ozark, Ala Factory Pack GAR S lb.
rook themxflveawhile is replacing C. D. Brown as service ,
you go about your man for the Blanding Dis-
housework or shopping. trict of the Florida Power & I

Light Co. Wilson's I) CORN BEEF H A'S I I f


GAS RANGES PA. rK Velvita Light Meat TUNA ,'

n.t. U S fit Off. STARKE ,

erica's Easiest Range to Keep Clean 0 Sun., Mon., Tue*., Nov. 28-30

...a style and price 'for every need .. FEUDIN'AND A-FIGHTIN', FUSSIN' Libby's Homestyle PICKLES I FEED't t :

rr Donald O'Connor. Marjorie +
r w''ra'' .r. Main, Percy Kllbrhl :I : j j

atures in Every You Model Want- Also Flu"Thlw Cartoon. In. &America"News MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE 1 r; ;

Wed. Thura.. fpcI, 2DOl'BU
*t>r-Sov. '
r Duallurne,. *VeriCleo"o.obl. ( : FEATCRKTHE :
" .
Broil.r with Hl-lo Rack and rs
1 Hold-H.pt Ov.n Exclusive FABULOUS Ocean '
*Seals*S.oml.One-PI.ce Burn.r J DORSEYS Spray CRANBERRY l
On.-P!.e. front Frame Pat. "' AN
d >al< .a.Actlon Door Mounting Tommy Dorney, Jimmy Dorwey
individual Lih-Out Wotte Trays Janet Blair
'P'IC.' flanged' Oven Fluorescent ,./ 4-B.'**' Dlv"'..T._ ALSO

"*"" Obwrvodor trlor Light *Oven Automatic Window Oxen and 49' ....d4l. ...-Slerf .t $202 IT HAPPENED White/ Rose F LOU R 25 Ib. t

01 Fiberglat hnwUflon Whit ,. "'"" I ... TOMORROW ,
otion Pant Percetaln. (Enamel I .U-
lLi and Out *All Bumes GllClrant..d Dirk' Powell, Linda I..nellAn.1
., COMPACTO $I 25 Latent. World News" '
31* m.dtt.- Delight CORN I MEAL '

.. FrL, Sat., Dee. S. 4

SEE the advertised Caloric Ranges- DOUBLE FEATURE
nationally JINX MONEYLeo or Mother's Best GRITS '

on easy terms af- Gorrcjr &ALSORIDIN'THRU The Bowery' Bo)'.

ROSIER GAS CO. Plan Cartoon With Torn Chapter Tyler 8 of 25 Ibs. Best Yet Brand SCRATCH ; i

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Phone "Junior (}-)If'n" Serial
193 149 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.
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-1.1:'f ;!(,,,,,w 'I Yvonne, and Miss Lubedla Pin- ........dill ..... .. b
: 1 'Wf holster attended the Gator Growlin - -
r f- ># B roo k e rI Gainesville Friday.
: kJ
, M Miss. KatherIne Harrell Is visiting
: : 1 j tl By Hclrn Harry friends and relatives In
, {,si-'sfe-.e i '' ', Gainesville thIs! weekend. I j 1
I.. :
I f11 rl'r j tlt ORDINATION SERVICE ,I Mr. and Mrs. Francis.\ RUMS and j
7. : 1 Tho North Pleasant Grovo family of Lake City were vIsit1 1
't ''I ( : tl
I l F If Baptist Church was the scene oft ing Mr. RUSH'S father, Vance
t 'z" "i Ordination Service Sunday '' Russ, over the weekend.
.:fitd: an
',J ,'1 ;!* 41'\' afternoon, Nov. 21, for the Jtov I Miss' Madeline Green of Jacksonville FOOT BALL!
.' ""j:. .'(.l : Earl Willis, pastor of the Dedan spent the weekend visiting
''j' I".' llhb Baptist Church. The ordination / her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
,. Rev Green. -
'\,:' : j''" \" Sermon was delivered by Dave
''i., t "':rI''I, : '; C F. Hooker of the Pine Grove Miss Veletta Hodges of Jack
':;'f ;(,!,?:; i il'\. Baptist Church and the ordination I sonville\ spent the weekend visiting
" Rev. Cutshaw of ,
1 !' I S prayer by her parents Mr. and Mrs.
'F ";!: 'qll. i; Lawtey. We wish Bro. Willis Evan Hodges.
, i ; f: ; ; lots of success In his work for Mrs. Hamp Conley of Ocala
' 'N,?' of *!I',,< t!t; the Lord. :was visiting her sinter, Mr. Mattie -
,'l-i k 4: |I: i'e;:i k Those attending the Ordination Sowells, Friday.
If\ Vi4 j t t?r,, 1 Services from here were, : Mr.//I, Mrs. Lee Green and daughter WEDNESDAY NOV. 24 d-- 8:00: P. M.
.L.'1'' ;?'jl.k.< !its I and Mrs. Eugene Crosby of Gainesville spent Wednesday
r \
I'I'''""br 4'" ,Iy'L'' 'i Ann, Elaine and Betty afternoon visiting friends! and ,
: .t ,r.i I,4;1 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas T. relatives.
.q( \ ....f.'). '.k144 J B. Pinholster, Mr. and Mrs. Resale Mr. and Mrs. Barney Andrewsand
' ;l. Carlton, Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
;'b :'\ (l Ir In Pa-
1 family spent Sunday
,' It-q Stokes and family, :Mrs.! L. L.
,0\0', I,} ,. Dyal Mrs. R. J. Water, Mrs. latka where Mr. Andrews sup
H.m' )
t )t.:: { Mattie Sowella, and Mr. and Mrs. plied for one of the Baptist
J ,I.t I (,iT'll.t f r L t\y Andrew Boney. churrhes.Mr. and Mrs. Truby Hodge B. H. S. vs Green Cove

r;:-;" ::-(, \ !t 4" FAMILY: DINNER were shopping In Gainesville and I)
, .f 'I ,; IG:, :, A large crowd gathered at the Alachua Friday afternoon.
'h t 1 a ):; r. t home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson Mr. and Mrs. Billy Crosby were
o :.f y'r I' .,,tl;' Sunday, Nov. 11, where Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs
I j r- : '1, ,. they enjoyed dinner served out J. \\'. Thomas.
1' 4 under the shade of the huge oak Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dees of
'" ., trees. Alachua spent the weekend visiting Oat '
J::1. (
,rid '. j ''..") Those present to enjoy the din. Mrs Dees' parents, Mr. and .
, t.,. ,t, I 4 ner were Mr. and Mrs. Simon Mrs O. W. Barry. .
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"1; Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas
,ri ," 1: I'' v : Gurganlous of White Lake, N. and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy /
\\ \'1' '!, .' ;"jr' h'i, C., Miss Hanna and Amanda Russ and daughter of Starke attended I
: t, :,' of Kelley, N. C., Mr. and Mrs. church services here Sunday.
.,.,'\: 'IJ: ,;;t 'I\ }i' Francis Russ and children of 1 Mr. and Mrs. T.V.. Markey
' were shopping in Jacksonville
'n t.\ r t": p : I k\, Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Monday afternoon.
a',\ tj\I( 1f, ''I, Russ and children, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis was In Jack- ADULTS STUDENTS
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a :1,y.: ; Ernest RUSK and children, Miss sonville on business Saturday. '
1)),';: ';" '" Madge Bloss, Vance Russ, and Mr. and Mrs. O.V.. Barry and -y
;\;; i i rv> :f,.'.> e'" Livingstone Russ, all of Brooker. Mrs. Lottie Edwards were shopping 75c \ 55c
, II'. tH In Jacksonville Friday. '
), t'' !t Mr. and Mrs. Simon Gurganlous I I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and
: '!fI7 I I f' of White Lake, N. C. and Misses children, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
1 j w f t' Hannah and Amenda Russ of Kelley I I Edwards and son spent Sun"nv
S \:I .. .' j: N. C. are visiting their brother visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. HInton -
I i', :11''" Vance Russ, and other relatives In Waldo.
" ::;III' ,1 here thIs week. Mrs. Marie Edwards of Jack- .
fj 1.l : ( Mrs. Eva Harrell and daughter, sonville spent the weekend visitIng '
/ her mother, Mrs. Lottie Ed

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t ; If r, oj t I t and daughter attended the Farm
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ciifRcu or GOD PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS . . . Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Starlingwere I to Hampton Lake Monday. .
Baptist Church. St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. In Newberry last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Andrew and I
News 8th & St. Clair GrahamBy family of Starke were .visiting
torch Sts.Rev 10t! St. and Temple Avr. morning on business./
L. 8. \\llliuntM, I'ustor Rev. Lewis D. Haines' will return B. K. !Simmons. St.. D. Vicar Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn- Otis McKinney, who has complEted Mr. and Mrs. Edd Parrish Sunday.
i to the pulpit at the First Friday Nov. 26. 4 p.m. Children's Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic :\11'1I.' John McKinney his basic training at Fort
Church Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Baptist of Starke this Sunday I Choir practice. Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone . . Jackson, S. C., Is spending a 10- Recent BirthsBirths
tian Ing Worship 11
a.m. YPE 7:30: for both services after visitingthe I '
Sunday, Nov. 28. 10 a.m. Church welcome.CATHOLIC Leonard McKinney Mrs. L. D. day leave with his parents, Mr.
p.m. Meeting Thursday hospital:
school 10 a.m. Morn- Baptist Mission work In Ha. I' at Shadycrest
School. Nursery Kindergarten Mrs. John McKinney.
V 7:30 Graham and Mrs. Martha Scott and
Evening vana Cuba. Sunday morning the CHURCHSunday Mr. and Mrs. Luther Ray
whip 11
: I and Primary Departments In of Daytona Beach were visitingMr. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Youngbloodwill ,
Patricia -
the Pastor will be Lake Butler a daughter
Midweek Pray- message by
;30 p.m the Service Center. Junior and Mass a.m. and Mrs. John McKinney over leave Wednesday for their
Our Best-Our Part. The choir born Nov.
7:30 Kathryn
p.m. School 11
g \ydnesday Intermediate Departments In Sunday a.m. the weekend. home In Sarasota after spend-
s Hour Friday 3:30 p.m. CIIVKCH director Mrs. Ethel Biggs will the church. Week Day Mass 8:30 a.m. I Rev. W. C. Burton filled his ing two weeks with relatives. Mr. and Mrs.Seeber Alvin Johns
peoples Group, Friday Services every Saturday night again lead the choir In specialmusic 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and --Father John O'Dowd, Pastor, I appointments at Sampson Sundays Miss Mary Jane Thomas and of Lake Butler a son, Samual
Woman's Council first Sunday morning and Sunday night while Mrs. Mona Canova sermon by the Rev.. S.V.. Crea- ) Lessle Johns were married In Alvin, born Nov. 18.
,noh month 2:30: p.m.epowship 11 a. m. and 8 p m., at Con- will be at the organ. Presbyterian ChurchUsual Horace McKinney left Sundayfor Georgia Sunday afternoon. We I Mr. and Mrs. Jordon Leamon
Supper ached- gregational Methodist Church on Sunday evening the messageby sey. wish them much happiness. Parker of Starke, a daughter
where he Is
Clearwater em
has Brownlee Road. the Pastor will be "The Thursday, Dec. 2, 7:30: p.m. Beginning born Nov. 18.
t Thursday! Nov. 25. -Rev.J. \V. Grlf- ( morning worship service ployed. i Sim Thomas and family moved Linda Fae
until Dec. 2. fie, Pastor. World's Need- Christ" an evangelistic of the Cubbing train- Sun-
tponed will be held at 11:00: a.m.
.-.,-.--_ ._,_,,._ ._ I, message.!' The Happy Hour Ing school. All parents Inter- day. In the possible absence of
----------------- ested In the Cubbing programare
begins at 7:30: with the Pastor
the John Vonckx of Pen.
leading the service and Mrs. Invited to attend these six pastor
FIRST: BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE I I"In Morse and Mrs.song Mann the plano- sessions. ny Farms sermon.will Those deliver who the morning have

organ-duo-for the request hymns The Church Is open dally for heard Mr. Vonckx will recall with One Line Alone Has These
and choruses of the congrega prayer and meditation. work he did
The Heart of Town And In The Heart satisfaction the fine
tion. Sunday School meets at vacation of the
the pastor
I during I
of The People"A 0:45: with Training Unions gathering At The TabernacleWe and ,will welcome the opportunityto ; Advance-Design Big-Load leadersCHEVROLET
at 6:15.: Midweek serviceIs hear him again.
Southern Baptist Church For All People held rrA'ulal'lyVednesday at thank Thee, Lord for all School classes will begin
I Sunday
7:15: with the Pastor leading the
the blessings of the year for all
: All are Invitedto
"Sweetest Hour of the Week." at 9:45: a.m.
I Sunday School 9:43 Training Unions 6:13 An Invitation is extended to the friends we hold so dear, for attend and to share In the !
Morning. Worship Evening Hour 7:30: all who are seeking a place to peace on Earth both far and reverant study of God's Holy
11:00 W.M!. Mid-Week I Swlrp 7:30: I worship, and opportunity to serve near. We Thank Thee, Lord. Word. A warm welcome Is extended -
or satisfaction for a seeking soul.
I CEMETERYOKKIXO to all who feel the need of
closer fellowship with Christ and
:MORNING\ : "Our Best' Our Part" I Church Of ChristBible There will be a working at the who realize that our only hope.

EVENING: "World's Need Christ" i School 10 a.m. Sunday Klngsley: Luke Cemetery on Sa- lies in boundless mercy and Infinite
Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday turday Dec. 4. Dinner will be wisdom of our Holy Father.
I Evening Service 7:45: p.m. Sun- served on the grounds and all John Warren Kaufman: pastor
\lslt The Church .With The "I"ltlngPllitor"! I day to AT ALREZ. i
Bible Study Is every Wednesday -I Interested persons are urged MEN'S FALL acres ,
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1r I t'i Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Hemingway where one must stay, no matter I W. Thomas, Starke: Lots) 4 and 3 J Jas. .P. Johns, Starke to Corley 29. Twp. 6 So., Range 22E. j at
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-- will also attend the and children of Kliza- how strong his desire to move. of Blk. 2. West Pines Sub-Div., Johns Starke: Lot lying in the ir. M. White Daytona Beach I Div Of 2 "f Pe\fttli
Lt on Friday and Saturday.Mr. bethtown. 'N. C. are Thanksgiving There are many other blessingsfor \ Sect. 29, Twp. 6 So., Range 22E. I SW corner of the NW1-4 of Sect I to T.V.. Attaway, Starke: Lot,, G. Alvarez J /;
Local News and.1 Mrs. C. II Nasworthy.Mrs. addtaR to
II. B. Peyton and Mrs. T. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. which we are thankful, but --- ---- - --------- e
there is one which we probably -,
ell H. Osborne left Monday for How
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Flatley of : don't think about as much as wt
Mrs.Vl1l1am Norris and duugh-; ton, Texas to join Mr. Osborneover :
Atlanta.: Ga. will bo tho weekend; should. It's the Idea of our .
; t ter Mrs. Cecil Price of Quincy .Thanksgiving.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Thanksgiving! and the purposefor
s' and Mrs.V. A. Stern spent
spent several days of last weekat Strong.Mr. which it stands. Those early
of last week with
the home of Mrs. Betty Newby Mr.Friday and evening Mrs. Worth Newbern in I and Mrs. I, P. Shepherd Americans i who originated
lfr In Miami Shores. This week Mrs Gainesville and attended the Gator were in Monticello Sunday whero Thanksgiving about three centuries
i Itt Newby is the guest of Mr. and I Growl. they attended the family reunion ago believed In God and
Mrs' Norris, and accompaniedthem and 89th birthday anniversary looked to film for strength and
to Jacksonville on Wednesday I' Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Edwards party for Mrs. J. E.: Shepherd.Mr. guidance. After overcoming great
af" F ?$l Ii where they spent Thanks 'I and son. Bobby of Daytona and Mrs. James Deaver obstacles to begin developmentof *
,,t{ giving in the!' home of Mra. Nor- Beach spent the weekend with spent Thanksgiving in Brunswick. this great nation, they were ) o w iionlmve to Irtishor ,1isles
II ; ris' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. I Mrs. Mae Edwards and Miss Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. J. humbly but eloquently thankfulto I
f dtei and Mrs. Roscoe Bartley. They Elaine Edwards. Deaver. 0'1 I God. Since that time and
r 1 1i Mrs. R. J. Davis spent Thursday 'through the ambition and energyof handle garbageVowr "11 111JlO"e:
I; i "; : / of last week with her son-in- her people, through courage 1
I law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. and the will to acheve, through
; t: ---N-0-T-I-C-E--- II. G. Davie Jr. In Gainesville.Mr. science and education, and yes
.I ;. ''''I ; h I t and Mrs. Edward Ensor and not to be overlooked, through
',' 'i'I.!. of Jacksonville were weekend Dinvlne guidance and support.
k a4 l's tf '!t=ll The Park Theatre guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. America has become truly great.
; ) Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Now when their country had
Comer, left Thursday -
.1 i t' JI I morning and son for Miami to be the j jj t tI achieved greatness unheard of before -
Accepts t It Is well for all Americans, _
C. F.
guests of Dr. and Mrs.
t> 'f' I Sayles, until Sunday. In genuine; humility, to express
their gratitude. "It Is a good '"" -

:,' il h Merchants Guest Tickets THINGS WE SHOULD BETIIANKFl'L Lord.thnig .to. .give." thanks unto the
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( '\! r r i Every Monday d Tuesday & There are many things that we Bradford HilitesBradford

, ? are or should be thankful for at .. ;
!: I: .r' l Wednesday Until Further NoticeA. I Thanksgiving. First perhaps, we I High School was represented -
;. should think about this year'scrops. at the Basketball ClinicIn

,1; 1 1t, <",' 'rrn I At a time when we need Ocala, Saturday, Nov. .13 by GENERAL fj|)) ELECTRIC
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\i '1 .1'1 H. Carratt, Mgr. l great quantities of food our crops the conch MINI Lou Byers Doris
are unparalleled In history for Moncrief Grace Dickinson Vern-
I quantity and quality. Our good estlne Cox, Clara. and Elma sink
I supplies mean adequate susten- Thomas. automatic
ance to keep us healthy and
Is is in totrn
I One of our greatest blessings girl's basketball team will
I True there La conflict elsewhere -
J peace. be chosen from the following, and
Nov. 28 Starts 2 P. M..t j and there is a great deal uniforms will be Issued in the r
t f I of dissension In ;which we are involved near future:
: but, thanks be to Provl- FORWARDS: Carlle Mae' Hall. c
dance we are at peace and we Martha ,
% ] Henry Grace Dickinson
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.t ; :; --- have the blessing of hope that our Helen Barry, Doris Moncrief Jer BEAUTirUL COMPLETE. SINK DISH WASHER. DISPOSAll
will continue and that other
!: peoples will find peace. Carter Shirley Shaw wash rims > dries the dishes o opens liom lop no stooping

: t TRICK I RIDING I should Freedom be is more a great cognizant blt'aslng.Ve than Clair(il'AKDS Dean: Cox Vernestlne Anne Cox bonding a dishof diy. without any. cabs oloctiicily. consuming diylnj anilgtinds

; { ,i: ever of the great blessing of free Flynn Martha Home Betty Patsy < up ..."... and runs It down tho drain completely .tomttie,

., I : Conway Airpark dom In view of the absence of Eaves. Ruth Sibley Joan Swee Lady, put your hands In your lap and lot the diihoi do thomiolvoi c!.ia.r than your
t S freedom In some lands. Here, a Nancy Heintz.
t'U \ man Is free to worship to write, ney ever i..u thorn. Stop carrying out garbage and let your G-E Dispoiill: grind i it up and

, 1 ; .f(: j Starke, Fla. to talk his conscience and\ to express tells him.himselfas and We really LIBRARY celebrated NEWS Book Weekin 'run it down tho drain. This beautiful.General Electric appliance combinti: oak,

he Is also free to strive and improve : dnhwasher' and Disposal! all in one. Don't do dishes and handle girbigt by hud
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j himself-mentally, physically Last week the Library Train- Y when your G-E electric dishwaiher sink coils: so lilt!. over its long ptriod :: }.i ,: I spiritually, and materially.Here Ing Classes gave several skits q THE AUTOMATIC G-E DISHWASHER
1111" a man may go from such .well-known books as
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\i ; ANNOUNCEMENT some places in the worldW.C.T.U. .
tar:, 11'\ and "Call of the Wild" available for use with your pr..nt .Ink. Used with septic tank or iswtr.
l I "Quiz Kids" were chosen from
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Pittsburgh, Pa. classes have been Invited in to FULL LINE of HOME APPLIANCES for IMMEDIATE DELIVERY-Easy Term
"AND LET THE PEACE OF learn Just how the library ticks.
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r Judging the grades on the
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some us aren't quite as brilliant -
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i i Noted Around School: .
'I J' 1 W. S. SIBLEY I The new floor in the hall down-
( stairs of C Bldg.. Mrs. Smith's ONE RACK of
AUTOMOBILE new flowered curtains, Sammie SUITS
f r f As Our Representative In The Starke LIAIULITY INSURANCE Kennedy checking in her books, MEIIEI
: I 'preparing to leave B. H. S. for j
: ; 1 Although not oompulsony! It la Georgia. Saw Johnny Carter all z ,:VALUES I
much safer to carry LiabilityIntiirance. .
.6fC. ; t Mr. Sibley ran sell your farm home, nurburhan.gM I represent only old dressed up In coat and tie at the 11; .t
''.1 dance Friday l t' 39.50 LOT
night Harry Green ODD
I ;, station atom, other bwolo.-_ :
J I or LIST today line reliable stock companies. escorting an attractive blonde NEW FALL STYLES ; l
Ii many cash buyers Malting! Your business! will be appreci .
: : down the hall at noon.
I Raymond .
ated. 10.95 32.50REDUCED e ;t
Hersey sporting a bright red and to
1m' : 129 W. Call Street" white sweater. i. )1 I f TO
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"j':1'I WEST'S FARM AGENCY, INC. ppoHlte Bradford Co.Telegraph I /211

;I' ) :. .,, Phone 154 Gee Isn't it nice to have a dou /M/AT0.4TS
t' t ?. W. S. Sibley' Box 163 ble
: t f Starke, Fla. holiday this week for Thanks- 55.00
't''1, N. D. Wainwright Jr. FOR
.., .....,. lIi l- *, giving. No school from Wednesday -

ft' t .IT/ OIIi.Mi" "XUennawro,, ,, ,, >. a ,h .eeq,6MMWr. ; ,..""iiOTTii. artJ ,,0.1.; ." !'""." ''I, ,"onXMN. MylXnm'. llgmrana''' ...'1 "'".-..m"-,.-".Mir, ,t7lri'M-, -.?,'"--." '. ," -" ,. _,] eat too until much next turkey Monday.and Now get don't sick! CLEARANCE : ) d DrasliclllREDUCED,

; I: "DON'T FORGET Deeds RecordedAmong Rayon Taffeta t 11 GREATLY

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the deede recently recorded ,
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I I in the Court House were: ; ',1 REDUCED!
j Guy Andrews, Starke to Jos. HOUSECOATS
TO REMEMBER"Santa i iJ Kerrigan, Starke: Lot 9 of Blk. -I 1

,I A in Sub-Div. Mt. Pleasant on t I VANITY FAIRRa.on
Silver Lake.
J ./I J. 1\(. Edwards Starke to Jaa.You'll .'...
I. JerseyGOWNS
10.95 Values ,
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Say 5.95Cotton q \
': : 4 I ;4r1 r USE.; OUR LAY-AIVAY 1 PLAN= I.j I. I "The best-writing'' & Chinz TWO ti SLIPS &
] fountain I
I 11 j I ever used.".I "Shorty" House Coats GIVEN AWAY \ PANTIES L
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nrt.- .' Do Your Christmas i AND ONLY 1.75 1 5.95 Values NOW 3.00 F-R-E-E! '.:
I Shopping Early! : t During This Sale '

I 75 Cotton DressesMUST About It
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SCHWINN : Wide Variety Of Point. Ladies

j ) BICYCLES, 41.95 to 66.95 I i To Suit Every Taste GO! RAYON PANT

J I r Valuw:!!

I ? Horsman DOLLS 4.98 I I WOOL SLACKS SALE LASTS NOV.:> DEC. 4: 1.00 & 2.00& I-50

3 '' e4 I Ny 7.98 Value
,, i'1; _y z HORSMAN

-4 ;I i 18 in. Bride Doll 9.95 < "-"iii f fI ft 5.98 Children's PANT2'

1 I 89c Value NOWBLOUSES
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I T" Cash Registers3.98 Outing Flannel Gowns tl 4 -

: And PajamasSizes

hip SENIOR I :34 I To 56

; \ PISTOLS and 1.98 to 4198 Tinker Toy Set 2.25 1.98 up to 3.98 1
HOLSTERS 4>xi_ ., Values 2.9'1 to 19.9S

Electric Trains 13.98 1 t+ 1.49 to 5.00
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Metal TEA SET 2.25 All Wool

MOTOROLA 259.95 d. 7.98 to 10.95 Values 2 PAIR FOR Ladies Cotton CIo
: li RADIOS17.50 to RollOverAirplane1.19 dt&t&ook 3.15 1
One Third Off SOt to
All Colors -
4 t fNl.por: '0""'.'" MM 2-Thread 1.79 Value
GIFTS for all owMlonn., reduced' l for

ij FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY j ckarmare.: Beautiful art of chin sail LEILA'SDRESS Ladies Kid & 1 Fi '

Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH teoiwarci, reduced for clMtnuira We .. '.
3y !,: 114 W. Call St. seed the .*(xtce for BW ChrUtma* merckaadlaot GLOVES
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1 s_.-.... ..-......tmmi. .....-......._ oWI.,ewrw.i r ..-4*. ---.. --............-....-.... ...........I'.J SHOP Up to 4.98 ":llt!