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 4, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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Beautiful Bradford Bridges No. 2 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHOfficial

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Flying Farmers Bennett To SpeakAt Rd. 200 Hamuton

School TrusteesTo I Hold Annual Meet BHS Leading Suwannee Conference Lawtey Today ,

At Keystone Airpark i Chnrlrs B. Bennett Member of Will
To Maxville
Be Elected After Newberry Win; Lay-Off Today Congress Is continuing his Lou ,
Sixty-four member of the Fly. of the district and will speak( In

log Farmer organization fro Lawtey this afternoon (Friday)
Next I all parts of Florida enjoyed a gala By .. ".." :Massey 30 yard, It appeared that al at 5:30: o'clock.\ At this time Mt Be ResurfacedGood

TuesdayBradford I I weekend at Keystone: Airpark, long last the visitors were on the Bennett will be glad to conl

j Oct. 22. 23. The. annual meeting BHS Tornadoes now leading march but not for long. The with anyone who has any matter
the Suwannee Conference by virtue threat broken by Fay Dur- news for Starke and Brad- *
___ Saturday I .was to him.
L began a banquet to present
County taxpayers of a thrilling last minute 7-0( ban who recovered a fumble putting k I ford County came last week -with
night at which Mayor J. R. Wai- The Representative s p 0 e
and .
Sub title of the above picture might well be "The Bridge that RO to the polls next Tuesday right end Councilman Jas. A. win over a scrappy. Newb..ny the Tornadoes back with the Thursday afternoon In Brook the announcement that a project
: elect three school trustees to team last Friday night. are experiencing for resurfacing 22 930 miles of
close of the third.
th..rtare ball at the
Nobody want.." wants to keep up that I Is. Of course Lewis of Stnrke welcomed thlt and Hampton.
serve for the county-wide distr a lay-off this week State Road 20O (IU. S. 301)) from .,
who want to kf't'I lining1. It. but very few hare visitors to this Starting the final stanza 1\far-1
f''w' l..ol.le | area.
quite a | | 1 I for two year terms beginning I Ini with no game scheduled today. Maxville to the Hampton cut-off j
Blared to do no glare Ray New-some' truck fell. through several week. :i January. Wally Schanz State Aviation The Tornadoes will swing back vln Warren picked up 15 yard : will be Included in construction j
and first down. Newberry recovered -, Public
ago.; : Mr. Newnome hall .been trying to collect damage from th. Four candidates L. F. Dm11 Director suggested plans lot" into action on Armistice Day a fumble and kicked out John Q. bids to ba received by the State ;

county',and-or the State Road Department but since neither willasume I Ins, Starke: A. L. Green Brook- Florida StAte Tour >of prtvn when they meet the Union Coun. 30 a Strickland Road Department at a meetingIn

reHponnlblllty for the structure bin effort hav. ..<> far been. er; H. C. Harley and O. :/. Phil plane owner to California with ty High Tigers at Lake Butler.! II for picked yards.19 yards Clayton for BHS on a Miami on November 15.
up Tax
In vain. Up*. Lnwtey have' qualified to a return trip of California pllo" they win that game and the return near touchdown run but was! Tackles New Road Department Chairman Alfred -

The bridge In located on a anon trech of road entering' Lawley have their names printed on t thO! to Florida. The Idea was acc..ptedwith game with Alachua on December grounded as he got by the safety A. McKethan said that con-

from the south which wa "abandoned" by the State Road IKtpartment > ballot.i They will be elect great enthusiasm and 16 of 2 they will emerge from I for Newberry. The visitors held tractors will be asked to bid on '
the three the group expressed desire to par- with conference \ worth of work on 300
when Road 13 (now ZOO) wa re-routed through that rom- county-at-large. but the current season a and Bradford kicked out for 4t) $8.800,000
Since that time the department .... made no repaid to 'the chosen to serve must come Irom ticipate.Ed championship In the bag.I yards regaining the ball as New- miles of roads and 2,500 feet of
muulty. I "dead different school board reslder Onit of iieneva received a Threat of rain last Friday downs. Donald Ben- bridges In 31 counties at the MI- ':
roart' bridge'. on the ground that the/ old road a berry lost on
rut-off or districts. Mr. Green and Mi prize at thn banquet as the oldeat night kept some fans at home and ami meeting. It will be the biggest -
'...."e". .race the construction of the new route.The .. I Harley are Incumbent mt'mbersof pilot In attendance and lItUe but around 1,100 were on hand to nett'a the Tornado's pas was chance Intercepted for scoring batch of highway and bridge
t Involved
that the cw
county likewise!, ha taken the ponitlon the board.In Dixie Massey and Walter' Zeni- cheer themselves hoarse as the looked 'dim with less than construction and repair bids in

In maintaining the surface. and bridge on the old stretchof addition to electing trullte-el ler both 19 months. received reognltion Tornadoes held In a 0-0 stalemate five minutes very left to play. the history of the department.

road would not be Justified" In view of the fact that It* use. I III now next Tuesday voters will decl as the youngest present by Newberry through three Durban tore the line .. I The three projects to be Included -

more or les a "neighborhood" proposition few farm families, on the millage for the ensuing 1 1ennium bi. About 9:30: Sunday morning nil quarters and most of the fourth, through II I for Bradford County. areas

the mall carrier and other still find convenient to tine the old for the support and male pilots were standing by tllt1lr scored in the final seconds ol and recovered a fumble. With) Beginning Tuesday Novemb< follows: fj

road to some extent. tenanre of all school In th., ships for a gold trophy race (rote the game on a Hazen to Warren less than a minute left to go, 1. merchants- along Call Street. I Road No. 200; Bradford. Clay '

I. the meanwhile, the above bridge continue to be a real "booby county. The millage which I I.I I. the Airpark to Palntka. O. L. On I Bradford was frantic for six like those throughout Florida, began i and Duval Counties; between "

for unwary motorist who chance to take this route and i* recommended by the School riot of Leesburff.. with a flight pass.Bradford lost the toss at the points but two passes from Jack adding the new three percent north Intersection of Hampton

trap"not familiar any with ("ondltl....... A spokesman' for the County Commissioners -I I Board and which :will be printed time of 8 minutes' 48 second,, tart of this hard-fought tilt and Hazen to Delano Thomas were sales tax to the purchase Cut-off and Road No. 223 at ,'

erected barricade at the approaches I on the ballot Is an follows: won first prize, with Mr.Mi Jack Wainwright kicked for the Incomplete. Warren came Into price of many Items.. The money Maxvlllr Work to consist of resurfacing -
nays that the county taken down. presumably j District Current School Fund Donald of Plymouth placing netonrl. Tornadoes. A few plays later, the game and on the next play will be turned over to the State sections with I a Bituminous -

to the bridge but that these were promptly to continue using. the 6 mills. and Bill Lowe of Tampa winning Dan Wainwright guard recovered -: he and flaxen collaborated on a to help offset what has been e.tI. Mineral Seal Coat and .
who wished
by resident of the neighborhood School Building/\ and Bus Re- third prize.. a Newberry fumblo. and after -' beautiful behind the goal line mated as a $33.000.000 deflc Bituminous Retread Surface f.

bridge at the risk of life and limb. serve Fund. 3 mills.In The Flying Farmer were off several unsuccessful tries at pass. Thomas ;was on the receiving during the next two years. Course. |
Although matter'* are at a stalemate right! now soirx' mcanahould order to vote in next Tues clally welcomed at the Palatk ground-gaining Bradford was end of'Hazun's pass which There Is no tax on single sail, Road No. 230. Bradford Coun- t I

be found to to one! of two thing either repair the bridge day' election a person must. PRY, field and .were Interviewed by a forced to kick. Newbt'rry took was good for the extra point. of less. than 9 cents. ty between Roud No. 2.00 and a .

ana make It sale for travel or finish tearing It: down and erect a either real or personal prop..rty hookup with the radio station Its turn at bogging-down. finally With only a few seconds left Nine cents to 40 cents, both inclusive point approximately 0.110 mil i

barricade So there would: be no temptation to cross. It. tnxe. 'In Bradford County. Poll.. there. They were then carried to resorting to a sacrifice punt which to play Newberry passed desperately 1 cent tax. East. Work to consist of con- '> j jatmctlng J

will open at the usual place i In the ranch of Dr. and Mrs. Zeagle netted 38 yards. Bradford likewise but failed to connect and Forty-one cents to 70 cent. ) II Bituminous Retrea4

I each prcclm at 7 am, and remain on the ST. Johns River near Wilaka failed to gain, and Marvin the game ended with BHS on tho both Inclusive 2 cent tax. Surface Course.

BY WAY OF REMINDER .I open until 7 p.m. A business session was' ht'ld Warren's punt was good for 33 sunny side of a 7-0 score. Seventy-one cents to $1. botlt Road No. 100. Bradford Coun- .jj'A..

i. The trustees elected next Tries- nt which officers for the new year yards., Newberry carried for no Statistics inclusive 3 cents tax. ty between Road 200 and a point

____ I day will take nffUe on the firs were elected after which the' vis- gain and was forced to kick out HItS NKB On sales In amounts of more approximately 0.427 mile South-
--I! after the first Monday of Bradford took to First downs 0 11 be east. Work to consist of reworkIng -
Tuesday Itors were taken on a tour the For 26 yards. than $1 3 percent shall chart
I 1028 Dancy St. [regard to the lack of roads Into! I Iin January. Their principal duty: model ranch. the: air and on a pass from Hutn Net yards gained sd upon each dollar or price pit existing lime rock base and

Jacksonville Fla. our homes and that on the lai I I will be to recommend teacher" After a bountiful bnrbecue had to Warren. picked up 15 yards ( rushing) 101 91 the above brocket charges upon applying a Bituminous Surface-

Bradford County Telegraph appearance I presented figurf for all county schools. been enjoyed' the pilot returned and a first dwn., The Newberry Passes attempted. 9 10 any fractional part of a dollar! t treatment.
Starke. Fla. from the tax assessors offlt!! I to the Palatka field and took off line tightened up and Warren Passes completed :3 :H In excess of even dollars. "

Dear Mr. Matthews: which showed a tax revenue froi I Council Authorizes in their planes on the homeward punted -45.: yards. The quarter Yds. lost (penalties) 80 70 There are a lot of exemption!
Will you please change the mating -' the approximately 1 1-2 mile by I urn rney. ended with the visitors In pos- Punting average 'M 23 notably food low-priced clothing Volume Light

address- on my paper to the'' 500 ft. strip that makes up Indian I Estimates For session of the ball. II Hqiianl Loxi'N and farm supplies and a lot of :,

above as I will be staying 1 Ir Beach of $1,500 per yea,. Additional The battle of the punts contlnuil -' The Tornado B Squad lost tonight complications In the law passedby

Jacksonville until 'after the rainy and as new construction certainly and being Improvement I Paving IS Snooks Get Damp throughout the second quarteris by a one-sided score of 30Ciemcnt the Legislature In a September At Nut Auction i jJ

season. are The City Council met In regular neither team could. gain thru City A Squad Saturday special session Everyone concerned fA:
Maybe you will be Interests made there additional taxes : session Tuesday Novrmbi he Iron wall of opposing do- D. The visitors' attack was highlighted agrees. It Is going to tak.. "

to know how well the Board 01 be collected each year. I also 1.L with the following membei But Have Fun cnse. by beautiful duwnfleld a while for buyers and sellers both Prices of from 16 1-2c per .

Bradford County Commission! pointed out that In return for our I present: James. Lewis Chairman, Newbttrry kicked off for the blocking: netting their yardage getusedj_ o t the new tax. (pound (for Tusches) up to 35c j{"u

';, have carried out the pledge they tax money we did not receive one W. T.Jackson, H. A. Bishop, Jr.. third. quarter and after' several almost entirely on long runs.. Notable Much has been" written and per pound were paid'pecan grow- 1.

made to the residents of the Indian single service in return from the 1 1.L,. O. Hazen and P. L. Bridges.Mrs. Intermittent showers failed to unsuccessful Tornado tries for on th. Tornado side was" the laid about It In the past several rrR at the first auction of tha'J\;

Beach section of Lake Santa county. We have no police prctection L. U Morgan appeared (tlnmpon the spirits of Ifalloweenrnerrymakpra rardage/ Glenn Conner kicked) good kicking of Leslie Phillips weeks but here again are the cnson held at the Starke State 4..

Fe on their Inspection trip dow our children have to go i before the Council asking for a who gathered In and< out' for 28. Newberry. lost the bait The final U Squad home game renrrul provision: farmers' Market Tuesday after-

there last February 22 when you to schools In other counties and I'permit to have her men who wOI'k round;. the usa building Monday; in downs Bradford followed suit will be played against Pulatka 11 It Is a tax on most retail sales.. November 1. .1BJ1i.1BJ1ilIoun

came along with them to Inspect: get to them In any manner they I'.'on her farm to do plumbing work I afternoon and evening for the an. md Newberry took over again, Squad In Bradford Park Thurs I tr"isient lodgings restaurant The volume of approximately

our road trouble with the Idea ofi can because no one will run ,a on her h'limc located In Stark.. mini Carnival sponsored by the this time completing a pas fur day night, Nov. 10. riealH, amusement admissions. a, .0(10)( ) pounds. was the smallest form I
01 .
to relieve the school bus down there because I' - Hali number of
something ---- opening! > .k
doing 'The and rental. of
Council advised! Mrs. Morga Rtarko Parent-Teacher Asxocla 10ve10.' cents purlonal .
there the lack of roads. No county, It Ix estimated that a- "I
conditions every '
Impossible that the this could be tlon. I .. years.
only way property.
time we have a heavy rain. I nurse visits the area although I. lone would be for her to have Despite the fact that the usual Units To ParadeAtSchoolNov.il r School Board Buys: It Is not levied on real estate .sound flp I percent' of the crop wasl..strayed
will recall at that several old and needy people live the hurricane
You probably I during
tales. and
I had licensed plumber serum a perm parade through town was dispensed nor fees for personnul
there. We have never '
In the
on ,
time there was a move ute In August
for same and the work to be with this year a large number professional services.It .
Commission to purchase a bull any roads except trails we have:I, done[ under, his supervision.Fire of young folks turned out In CourtAnother is the customer the ultimate Growers voted to hold another -
dozer for road repair In the county made through the woods and culverts .I Berryman : auction on Tuesday No-
who It Is the
Chief Plckett ,' the traditional costumes thairanged consumer, pays. on
and at least one of the Com and bridges we have con : appeareefore "ember 15. If, in the meantime
I the City Council with r..f- from fairy queens to hob- man who rents the hotel room or I
mlsnioners now serving on the structed with our own labor and I any growers. wish to dispose ofheir
J'.renre to furnishing water to th gobli ns. Detailed plans for an Armistice Addition to the growing pays an admission to the theatre. i
the need for such apiece i expense. do so b ;
Board used pecans' they may )
seaboard Airline Railway Com Highlight of the evening's festivities Bradford High School plant wet lie can deduct his payments trout
of equipment and the lack This situation present a very< I. Day program to bo staged In the i ont.ictlnx Ralph Alvarez mar-
any'a tank cars advising that : was a clever show arranged made lust week when the School. his Federal Income tax.
of having it as an excuse for not sad picture of our County Com new Memorial Stadium at Brad et manager.
Mrs. I Canova and merchant the theatre
when this was being done it to..k! by Board acquired. the Berrymai But the I
having already constructed, 'a mlasioners' service to the county'staxpaying 'I the Fire Department out of service presented on the USO stage with, ford Park cm Friday, Nov..mberII Court property comprising. / .... iperator, or the landlord has abig

roadway in our section commls and the. Citizens and I believe : during the time required to the Rev. I... A. Shepherd as m.c.j were announced yesterday. .. b.)' lots and a number of building lit > responsibility. It's up to him Bowling TournamentTo ,
of the same other citizens of the
statement county
commisloi many ] I 111I the tank cars. This matte Starting with several well executed W. M. Scruggs Jr., general chair the corner of Washington and to collect the tax when he makvi'. Monday
that If the will in action to Begin
sioners join me saying
'. was referred to the Boned 01 ; numbers by the BUS Band the mun of the event. Grand Streets Just east of the R sale or accepts rent. The Stat ,
the required) 2 1- I
would purchase provide the approximately
Bond Trustees to make the program followed through with .. school comptroller will collect from hln with
nee I new elementary building. will off a
equipment that it would be a relatively miles of roadway needed down at The program will begin at 10:1: Bowling get
.. for handlig high tension. exhibition by the and levy a penalty against him
simple task to construe Indian Beach to Insure resident! ssary arrangements I a.m.. with the National An then The property was purchased by; bang Monday night when. the
Drum Majorettes led by Joann Ir F he I III late or fails to get the
same. Following the Board lnklns Standard match their
\ta I the minimum needed roadway; access. to their property and I and several Mrs. played by the lUIS Hund from Mrs. Kvon Berry I
and that if such a piece of equipment homes Is long overdue and that I The matter of furnishing uni I Martha songs by the Invocation, murchin man for $:.1,00( It Is expectfli money. Hey skill lalnstVlnkler'lI Elec-
Smiths 01
were purchased that I a something should be done soon forms for the three full-time ..01- I Kindergartenpupils units Including the American: that nround half of the, purchase, The merchant or business operator I II I ronlcs. Also competing In the
roadway would be constructed to relieve the situation. loyed Firemen was brought before In clever costumes. At tho Legion Color rSuurd. National price will bi regained. by the 'I any other taxable must. hree-mun team league will b4.

prior to the beginning of the I Yours sincerely the Council by Chief Pick I start of the program the recentIycrown..d fjimrd, Boy Krouts and lisnd will Board through sale of the seven I k..p; record of his tax colleo. :; the Wnshfterla'" Cleansers versus
.tt. that the unlrmn Queen Manez Doild, frame Ions. and send them In monthly. Iho Recreation Big-3 In a three-
present term of school. Well I Walter E. Riviere.Editor's advising only puss In review. Following the housing units and three
understand that this piece 01 > needed at the present were! and her court were presented on singing of "America", them will "shacks" situated/ on the property '. lit l will be allowed to keep three I' tame match that will be nip and

equipment has been purchased afar ( : no.--A check by the,, fur: Edgar \Wilkinson ail boLl. the stage. An accordian numbeiy be a presentation of. flag by the The plln'haR.Vall made by the per cent of what he collects for : tuck all the way.

back as April. However up Telegraph this week dlarloe ,I he and Assistant Fire Chief Carpenter Dickie Richard and a soprano. American" Legion to the si'hool. Hoard through the use of capital hi" trouble and expense. I, The league, which will carry
until this writing. no piece of (that considerable. work l.. being ': had sufficient uniforms to lolo by Ml s June Patel were among Another bund selection will be< outlay funds.At lie must collect the tax. The lawwnnt trough till the end, (If January,

road equipment- or any road repair done and baA .been done on prl' last them for sometime. Motion the musical numbers en-. followed by the main speaker of Its meeting here next Monday \ I allow him to be generous I II uits such creditable performers, .i

personnel has been down our \vat. road In the county divertIng was made by P. L. Bridge tna eclally well received.In thu occasion H..v.V.. It Faust, the Hoard will receive pro- I nnll, absorb It. I 10K.! (Judge) Perryman well
needed. a flashback from modern And he must collect, It In rants the state as d
the equipment the uniforms be bought for the known throughout
either to repair exl.stln I .State Chaplain (if th> American) possuM, oral nnd written for the,
way. maintenance work main county Fire .Imen, the second( half of the pro- Tokens are prohibited. by the law. kegler, who will anchor
on Department. Motion\ :topnotch
roads or to construct a roadway I wuiconded [..'"Ion. Another Kong timid Hum' ale of buildings' equipment, furnIshmgs -I
\ roads to the detriment of the I by L O. Hazen and era m was devoted to "Gay Nine. selection will clone the I Nobody will do more than guns /Inkier Electronic: captained<
into our property.On program etc of the property lor.I
tariuiM communities concernedIf carried. tie,, number and l led off with : 'I whet the tax: will .produce. It In 13' George Winkler and his! brother -
the day the Commissioner. this report be true, It Indicate. B. E. Akrldge appeared before I a i duet. by Wilma and T. K. Mc. at noon. I This merry known a* IlerrymHn Court. patterned after the sales tax I Inwjf Arthur.
The Armistice, observance consists of 11
together Day property
were down last February. a trend which. If not checked. ,. the Council stating that D. E. Clane. Jr., In costume* that seemed other states, but no other stat The Dlnkins' Standard outfit.
with the Tax Assessor and could.' result. In a .bankrupt count; Knight owner of the propert, I to have been borrowed right is being sponsored by the school dwelling units partially equipped|" tam, one exactly like It. I with Monk Dinklns, Ralph Bryaa ,

Clerk of Court a majority of the. and Impassable. county roads" and icing 10th Street, East of Walnut \ out of grandma' photo album. In cooperation: with the Am..rlcall'Le"I..n. and furnished to be sold mis Iswhere ., I. The most. general estimate Is and Capt. Don Richards, I I..* another -
Board. In fact all\ of the cowTniasinners bridge It appear just and I Street wanted a sidewall 1\ Other numbers of the same. vintage Airangemenls are beIng Is" Purchaser. will DH alI ,that It will yield In the neighbor well balanced team .which
I ed 3O
made for all school chtldrei days to remove biilltl-
that day areothat
present reasonable that the main arteries placed on same. The Council adIscd were a song by Ron G. Davis riod nf $.IO.OfIIlOOO) a year.Soma will undoubtedly give everyone a
something should and .would of travel. should be kept In aj I I Mr. Akerldge that as Iooon I Is 'and a duet by Miss Garnita Hut- In the county to attend. fogs from present site. t'xp.rts who set that figure frank- good match.

be done to help the resident good condition a possible and they started putting In side to and P. H. Adelhelmer. The Although Armistice Day Is not Iy say they holley It's going tobe The Washeterla Cleanser team

there in the matter of acces after this la done the serandarj I walk... they would take care of Ilfrand finale consisted of a chorus on the Chamber of. Commerce Optometrist Opens 20 per. cent lower. II) per cent will be mad up of Ray Seavea.. ,

roads and very soon too I or private road. might have attention lame. from the Rotary Club singing\ holiday closing schedule, for this! Office Here Today I GordofSelby i and Capt. John

especially' \ since the area Is one as time and equipment! become Merrill G* McMillan was Intructed and dancing with their "ladles" ymr. Starke business house anming I Igh.Thn sales. tax was adopted bythe athls.
of the largest tax-producing Ii I In costume of the Title asked to close from ll> a.m.
period. .
available.) to make a survey of Bay Dr Seymour It. Marco optometrist Legislature as a means of offittlng The Recreation Big-3 will round
the county. and since the rights Lane North of Call Street. estab number featured a novelty dunce until noon so that employer may formerly. of i an apparent State general1 out' the league with Merle Gilder

of-way have already been laid Deeds RecordedAmong thing a 23 foot street. Th by Mrs. Richards. attend the program Mr. Scruggilulci. I announces the Ja'ksonVlllot'l I fund' budget deficit of J33.OOO.OOO! Jo.. Steffanelli and Wally Rech

out and dedicated to the county; Council also agreed. to have Mr.I Preceding the show a fish supper fire today at 121 W. Call Street '''for' the next two 'years.If a a it* captain.
for road building purposes. How ;was served In the USO by a It yield only J40.0OO.OOO I In the
the deeds recently! recorded IcMlllan work up the necessary adjoining the Ktarke Hotel. I I Other leagues are pro-
ever, not one single thing baa I committee of the PTA. Original lough.. It wont be enough. the
started to In the court house were;; illmates for paving of Thomp Judy Garland StarsIn Dr Marco I III a graduate of quite ("ensm of formation with possi-
been done or even Mr. and Mrs.- Carl Johns of lIOn Street from Madison Street plans to have this feature outside Northern Illinois College e.I That Is because the Legislature. bill ty of a ladies league in thenear
the Florida Film -
carry out thepromilies of I' Bradford County to Mr. and Mrs.P. to) South Street also Pratt Street t! hAd to be changed because of the In Chicago. lie attended ('itipled with the sales tax: bill two future.Jungle .

commissioners.One very sad factor In this I. Meng of Hampton N 1-2 of Irom' Temple Avenue to Walnut sin.Mrs... T. B. Harding PTA president A combination of old-time popular -I. the University of Florida before I(.her acts giving the cities about
$I.AOO.OOO\ from State clgette -
late NE 1-4 of Sec. 21, Twp. 7 8. R. Street.I hits and brand new entering the Air Corps for three a year Adventure
matter Is the fact that our expresses appreciation to allwho candl-I tax collection and count-'
22 E.. also NW 1-4 of N Wl-4 of The Council decided to hav'printed year of service. For the '
the ;I toteS for the song parade postyear
of thin district had I
commissioner I any part In helping to In Park Film
) taxes
lea le.SOO.OOO) from gasoline
been Sec. 22 Twp. 7 3. R. 22 E. I' on the back, of the five- heard In the new technicolor h.. has .been associated with I
beloved Mr. Chastaln having cent make the event a success. that now to the general lundlThe
Bradford County : courtesy tickets now being musical "In The Good Old Sum- Dr. Max Shane In Jacksonville. go
very ill over a period of several John Griffin of -, glv.n for Legislature also repealed j "Savage Splendor", adventure
years prior to his untimely deathin : to Louisa Brown of Sampson tJona that parking the meter viola- Recent Births nertime", showing at the Florida the J2.OOO.OOO store Inv.ntorytax. I, film. In technicolor will give those

the spring. was unable to at- City: The W 1-2 of the E 1-2 of must be paid before courtesy 10 ticket theday Theatre Sunday and Monday. Slade Urges PublicTo and set aside S3.200.00O a who see It at the Park Theatre

tend the meeting of the Commission I the N 335 feet of lot 31 E of, following the day it a.m. Recent births In Shadycrestospltal Co-starred In this musical romance Register For y..ar of present general fund tax nday through Tuesday many 01the

with the result that the Lawtey.l Sec.: 23 Twp. :S 3, R. 22 dyed, otherwise the was re were: are Judy Garland and Van urces for construction of tu. thrills of a real trip through

other commissioners failed to do E. be $1 for penaltyvould Mr. and Mrs Stanley C. Hart bhnnon and another notable Free Television SetT. rculosls sanatoria. Africa.
him the courtesy of helping him I Mr. and Mrs., A. C. Carmichael olation. a parking meter 01 r Ralford a boy. Charles Ronald nember of the cast Is tiny Lire So the Cabinet Budget Com.Isslon Among the true-life moments-

care for his district and In fact of Bradford County to Ruby Varies Said action to be enforced '1 October 23. flnelll. daughter of Miss Garland H. Slade of the Slade Gu has held back 10. per cent of r high drama are encounters

it was almost entirely Ignored I Cavnoe of Lawtey Lots 14 as soon as printing 01tickets Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Le. Robin- who makes her debut In this Co., reminds the public to reglsft 01 every general fund appropriation with dwarfish pygmies and the

from any benefits from the county and 19 in Sec. 19. Twp. S S. R. could be done. Ion of Starke a boy Vernon Urn. early for the free television until it sees just how much I. 'en-foot' Watusl giants; ropingfullgrown

at all. Since his death and the 22! E. There being no further boalneIlS Lee. on October 29. Among Judy' songs are manyf let which the company Is giving the sales. tax will produce. rhino. and an und.rwater -

appointment of his widow to flU Woodrow D. Criffls of Starketo the meeting adjourned. the old favorite, Including away as a feature of Its moving scene showing a cluster

his unexpired term there still Leonard Griff of Starke. W. Deeds Meet M* Tonight In Dream- to a new location on East Call roRKKCTION Df r hippopotami weaving about o*
done 3-4 of the N 1-2 of the NW 1-4 S 1 treet.If bottom of the Rutsburu Rivet
seems to be nothing being Appreciation DayMrs. ind *. She also sing a duct Due to error the names of Mrs. the i
In our district. Whether or not ot the SW 1-4 In Sec. II, Twp. 6S. Mrs. Kate B. Sheppard of with Van Johnson to the tune of as many as 500 adults regtser Stanley Noegel Mrs. Margaret In the Belgian Congo.
R 22 E. W K. Lawson winner tarke to Mr. and Mr*. John T. show
advised of the I. was Other startling
been Weeks
his) widow has Put Your Arms Around Me at Slade's by December 19 a \filler, and Mrs. R. A.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis of at Day here W d- ukes of New River. Kl-2': of theFT coronation
conditions of the SanU Fe-Indian Appreciation Honey"[ television set will bo given away. were omitted from the list ofth. th.i of a Jungle king.
Beach area U not known.If Bradford County to Mr. and Mrs nesday. Holding a five percent qua.ter and the NW quarter In cast such if less than BOO register! an apartment .>s.. assisting with the St. I ISt an elephant hunt by pygmies, thf'captur.
you will recall, I have appeared E. C. Mann., Jr., of Stark Lots ticket.: she received $10 from the 01' th" SB quarter N of Mill the supporting size range will be glv- ,. Marks Auxiliary Tea given In alive of aardvark., gVfes -

before the Board 01 'corn- 4 and 5 of) block D of the Pine- trellsure chest. Next! week the ranch,, sec. 11. twp. 6 S, rang opular players as Keaton.Spring Bylngn en. It costs gas nothing to rrglsUr honor of Mrs. T. O. Ritch. I .( zebras and rhino
missioners on several occasions is. hurst Subdivision of Starke in rkpot will total 124 tl 20 I E. and Buster

i lee. 23 Twp. 6 S, It. 22 E. ,



TWO _. LL........ ..-
who .In. K..'c. k. tired a ill l use

.-.-- ton, Mr. May and Miss Joan Nobles visited Mrs. Betty Call : a State Worker Interesting with her talk about .7503....1.. of P.fcllr. liMl ... Ntl,.. InAppr.r
Sweeney attended the Fifth Sun Monday. I I, gave a very foods. HI-VIMO" KI.OIIIIM ,.,
Bradford County Telegraph [l day Convention at Long Bridge Mrs. Betty Cain, who spent last Mrs. canning Kelly and served freezing sandwiches Mli and<7ula. .address UeMlclmck!la RoekaburyYou whose reelldf.

ESTABLISHED 1878 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwN.,*-EDITO" Church. week In Shadycrest Hospital, is I are required to HPI I-HI. '
.r Patients In Shadycrest Hospital slowly improving at the home of and drinks. andchlldr..n November 1191)and( In the all.i, ,_
Court cause whiu
..*...lied Every Friday and Entered .* Second rv. last week Included Mrs. Thornton Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby. I I Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly plaintiff ninneil seeks divorce iTailr, ?,:

[11.11 Matter at the Post ( Office at Stark. Tta- Johns Miss Edith Chason and lit Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and of Miami visited! relatives Order I'nunty In Telegraph next four nhull weekly pulillnhll IMMI.,

tle Billy Saxon son of Mr and Dule Crosby were visiting in here last weekend. Mrs UnnMii my hand and ortiseal ,
ary Jjura gurqess Afohr All have l at 8tnrk, Florida, thin Octoi
MEMBER @ 1M.9MsMripUo. Mrs. W. A. Saxon. re- Jacksonville Monday.The I Kelly went on to Jacksonville for U. 1949.
.. POHCA.NE ==18I turned to their homes In Hump- Sunnybrook Home Demon '' (OFFICI\I. SEAL. ) A. J. Them ,
medical care.
All Clerk of said ,
'1JO For SU Mootfa. ton. I stratton Club the home of !.
at DC
Annually OroBby.
( fXJM
I Wherein' I enjoy thewi Autumn I dirty. Besides it is easier to park Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver of Ft.I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly 1. fin-nit .....t. Br..d' r4 (,'un.''', T.Tly Frank Haven. Ijindrum. Uturkc. Pin. ,, I "
day and prepare for the coiningwlnter. the truck than any other vehicle. Lauderdale have been recent i day of last week. Miss 1'ues-1 Flnrtdola lleatrhaek(7.aere1). 1 1..lntitr.. v. Shot Ally for Pit. ::0." 4t I.! j
WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH THE \\( MEN I bid the Hung bird good Digger rode along with me and guests of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. I -
bye. stayed In the truck while I shopped Saxon. I -
Isn't it hard to understand why only two women have registered I was only about two l
i Leave here a song: to swing upon Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hazen and
here In Bradford< County? Undoubtedly there may be the lilac hours. I got black suede slippers. fat
for Jury duty I ; children of Ocala were visiting I SEE THE 1950
good reason. for acme not being able or Inclined to, but how account To scatter careless notes along A sling pump with fairly high relatives here last weekend. I
heels. I got Don's birthday presents.
for the fact that so few have compiled to date? the eaves A black necktie and silk Mr and Mrs. Wilson F. Mayof i WORKSAVER DESIGN
cherished.For 'And fall as softly down an when Wllllston have been visiting: SCIENTIFIC NEW CROSLEY
the most
The privilege of serving on a jury Is one of nocks to match. He will wear themon '
ever become the defendant In the maple funerals. I also got him a can Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May. Friends
action part
on you
If by your SPACE-
any to hear of Mr. H. D. MORE
a trial case, you will understand the fairness and Impartiality of a Lets go of its first scarlet frost- of his favorite pipe tobacco. I 'Mays are glad continued improvementafter GIVES YOU NEW SPACE,

judicial system which allows you to be tried by a jury of your own touched leaves. brought him a nice pipe from his serious Illness.
The ragged hills will draw too Sioux Falls when I came home "CONVININCllIl'll"r.
by men and women of your own community. AU *t M*
peers clone together; from the hospital. I got it thereIn Miss June Johnson of Jacksonville
As a member of a Jury you become one of a dozen Kng! Solo The days will bo too short the the canteen. It was fun going \ has been the guest this M

mon's (or Queens) and your opinion will\ go far in determining whether nights too long; shopping even though I did not week of her parents Mr. and Mrs. t .,;;,

a should be punished or set free. At that time, you along There will be just the chattering waste much time. Digger had D. W. Johnson. -.
person of of sparrows I fun. I made Don a big tall angel ___ o
with your fellows on the Jury, repiesent the good and your If you fly south and leave no food cake for his birthday had

community and your power exceeds that of the very judge-of-the thread of song.I Ice cream and a good dinner in the SUNNY6ROOK

courtroom itself. shall need comfort In that ach- evening. I did not put the candled
been ing whiteness; on the cake. I have two tiny can By Wands. CroHby
? has answered -
That question
fit to serve on juries
Are women
It will seem strange to have the dIe holders sent to me from Eng 1
already In many other states where women have served well. air so still. land. I put a small candle in each -
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd R. Crosby L -
Tbey are not, ai It was feared, too emotional and sympathetic. Leave here a song-I know you and lit them. One for the new and children visited Mr. and Mrs.C. 1 ti' 1>
will not miss It. year and one for the past year.It .
For long years women have raised the cry that they have only Sullivan Sunday. _
To flutter In the snow upon the made things\ festive. I used the :
I Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Oliver of :
tiresome, humdrum, things to do in life; that men do all of the Interesting sill. good china dishes and silverware.Up .
Tampa visited Mr. and Mrs. C.
things. Women are succeeding In phases of our life where they -AbIgail Cresnon. North In Montana and west C. Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. John 1rA
excluded. The list U long and well known. of In It has been
formerly were banned or The last song birds have long us Wyoming Kelly over the weekend. 3

Now after act of the legislature, women may serve on Juries here been gone. I sow more wild geese! snowIng. Had quite a blizzard In Mrs. Grace Nobles and JohnnyIn

In Florida. Th y should register for jury duty and take a full, active day before yesterday. There la Wyoming. It looks very much likeIt '
was going to snow here. It sel- Treat Court, nradfnrd ('...ty.fliirldai "
lust a bit of a sigh from our !
part In their community's affairs. In ( h......,. r
hearts as we bid good-bye to the dom snows though here until No- 1'uul 1$. Minor I'lalnllff. v.... Doric \
feathered friends who have cheered vember. Ido not mind the sonv. Ju Minor Ilrromlnnt. Cane No. 106e. ----
Order of Pabllr. .tlnn and notice toApprnr. ., ,.
us all summer long with their The season for hunting pheasants NTATH"' OK .........IIII to Iliuilx 1 I .o.
song. It Is with joy though that opened at noon today. Our Jo Minor whole Hldoiue IM .
60 Woodruff South
1 we greet the first bluebirds and boy went hunting. We all like Cnrolina/ : 8t. Woodruff !
robins and my cunning wrens pheasant. The birds. are scarce You are required to Appear onNovember 1.
I 14, 1949 In the above
How I do love the birds. The poem right around here. Too many coy- named Court and raurMt wherein NEW LOW PRICES!
HUNDREDSof above begs the birds to leave a otes and foxes they say along the plaintiff. Bftek divorce.. Bradford k .
c'uunty Telegraph shall pithlliih tntH .
song. They for me leave song In river. They eat the pheasants. Order In next four weekly INHUMHWllneuft Big, r-cwbic-feot

details are managed and economi my heart. I can Imagine how the HELPFUL HINTS. A wet anal at Starke my Florida hand ,and thin October official L models nowotlowo* $ =99.95

little wren sings all day long sponge handy when you Iron 1 18 13. U4P. .
attended that only a trained (OFFICIAL PRAI: ) A. J Thomas.,
cally while nesting and the robin's ,a handy thing to have. Just put AM Clerk of fall. Court. Me elCU
attend cheery song at dawn awakens one lit within reach. If a spot wont, Hy Haven. {froHbv D. C.
and careful organization can with a light heart.I Iron give a little sponge rubbing.I John Street J., IfenrterMon Ja*knonvllle' Knf, Florida| lit Newnan. AU S'AClllJll' RCFKtGCKATM. .

when the urgent need for serving is have been down helping Don I glued sand paper on the back Atty. for I'lf. 10-14 4t 114

with the furnace. It has turned !of my pasteboard quilt pattern.I !. Circuit Court. H..d..... (,'ou...,.. ALL Up to 23% more space in same size cabinet. Nearly 2EASY
at hand. cooler and somehow when the I The goods does not slip. I have, Florida !. (.II.....,.. that's to use.No stooping
Ruth Htovall Htntall Plaintiff, vnToinmle REACH-cubic feet of extra space easy
weather was BO warm the stokergot found that a folded and put .
I paper I Jon Streak Jr., DefendantCa TO
DeWITT C. JONESPhone all clogged up. We had to ,on top the meat when you fry la No. T5A7 clear to the floor...snow-white plastic shelves recessed:
Order of Publication and. Notice to I usE "
clean furnace and coal hopper 'lust as good and not all the trouble Appear. HTATK OK "'LORII). toil EASY TO inthedoor..easy-to-clean"ButterSafe.:
7 Starke, Fla. both. We both had such black I to cut it round. The grease Tom rule Joe HtrKall, J... whon r..nl-'
dance IN tin Illirhmarket Street, STOOPING
faces. I hnve to wash my hair doesn't pop much only In the cen- o.or.n.. South Carolina: Na
--al ServiceOur now as anon as this Is written. ter anyway.It Too t required to appear on
Director Ambulance No verm. 14, ICI'I! >, .In the shove CLEARrNE 'ill
I always shampoo It once a week Product fur Happier Living
Is pumpkin pie time. My men named Court and cause, wherein Better
local funeral home enables ns to offer conveniences and and in summer oftlmes twice. I like it and it Is easy made. I just County plaintiff Telegraph Heeka.. cllvon-e nhnll ,.publish Ilradfnrd thisOrder FcaaReELECTRIC'

services not otherwise available.We set my own hair too. I am gladI buy a can, and sort of guess at In next four weekly I."u",
WltnoMM hand and official
A can. the sugar. I put In three eggs to Heal at Starke my, Florida. thin' October
Wednesday I went to town and 'the pie, a bit of cream, and a 13, 1919.lUFM1CIALAs. SERVICE & SUPPLY
furnish. the highest type service at lowest prices, and rot myself a new pair of slippers. !pinch of salt to taste. Spices cinnamon -(lerk L) of A. Maid J. Thomaa Court. ,.

accept ANY.. life insurance policy in force issued by ANY I went )In the Chevrolet pick-up ginger and dash of nut Fly Haven (CroMbv D C.
company, as payment In part or in full on a funeral. truck( as it was misting rain and meg. I used to measure but they .John.lac-kionvllle J. Hendemon.Florida 119, Nownan St., Starke Florida J. R. Kite Owner-Manager

Consultation carries no obligation. the roads were sloppy. I did not seem to turn out all right. Anything Atty. for Plf 10.14 4t 11.. -- --
want to get the Desoto sedan
to gave work. Right? -
I .
I 1 I got a lady here to read. my
letter In German. It was a sweet "

HOME Q T A R L I N G S STARKE Uncle'Am letter think glad Llsh The of all you days are Lang all fine pass down passed at so Clay there swiftly.away Hill.I and. A fawdMd'/UM&)

OWNED FLORIDA last week. Dear daughter Elgin
Market is alone. I so love her and she has
Grocer & my sympathy

I am making Christmas presents FOR HUNDREDS LESS !
SPECIALS FOR WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 5, 19&9!>& It in such fun. I am already

WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets getting the Christmas *
Hpliit. Whoopee! Hope everybody
Is as happy as I am. God bless
Kingan' c: you all.

LARD Pura 16 LOVELURAHAMPTON Only Ford In its" field offeri you a 100
"hart" V-8 engine-the type of engine

Very Cheap .\t now used in America'i costliest cart-yet a
i Ford V-8 coils you hundred less than moil
/ "sixei." Yet and only Ford off... you a
Ilv Mr. M. C. SwroneyC.AUMVAI choice of 100-h.p. V-8 or 95-h.p. &;*

......... engine! With all that Ford power, you gel

Sweet POTATOES 4 Pounds For - 29c 1"IUZr."ISNF.R that wonderful new Ford "fetl."

The Hallowe'en School Car-
nival last Saturday night was a

17c great success and a fine crowd
SMOKED SAUSAGE;, Per Pound - - attended Little Mary Lou Gnann.

IS-monlhs-old. of Thereasa, won
first prize In the costume parade
c dressed In a fancy orange and

U.S. No. 1 'j block crepe paper gown and a
29AJAX porky Robin Hood hat. Second
Potatoes prize was awarded to Nancy Dryden -
of Silver Lake who Impersoipted /IIt's

a genial\ but shuddery NEW
gho--t. Ruth Perry. Hampton

wai made up ss the traditional
Hallowe'en witch broomstick In-

CLEANSER 13c) Special 7%1cArmour's I pluriml!, and wee given third prize
(reg. price by the PTA sponsors Ono of them
l allractlo.u: WOM the cake' In 'that smooth, eosy-going Ford "Mid
and pie walk presided over by Ship" Ride and "Sofa-Wide" Seat*-mora
Mrs. Floy Sullivan hip and shoulder room than any car In its
Mrs. J.
Tall Can Each 10cBEEF fold .. if* in the 35% eailer topping of
MILK - - T Guy rendering the piano music, ford'
to which yovn and old "walked" new "Magic Action" Brake Take
the wheel and feel the handling et
for the delectable
pastries donated

Ford't "Flog.r-Tip" Steering ... and a host

Wilson: Beat lucky by winners school of patrons.this ronteat The feel"of other on feoturet wheels) that give Ford the fined

i : i : (Grade: COKN'I 33C 3 were, Graham as follows; Bon: Emily Loper MrKluney. Allen- fg

Cochranc, Dorothy M c Kinney, l
lIt lowest prlCeRICE : Thernnsa.; Mrs. Wesley Andrews. 3i
Mrs. Willie Mae
Denton, Mlchnel i II r rAar rM
Denton, Starke; Larry Van AI-
t1n... Sue <:'h.. taln. nay Simmons -

Blue Rose, 3 Pounds For - 29c ton. and Dolores Hardy Hamp r

\II.OUKr.X 11.\"RIUr.

The 3-H Club of Teenagers! entertained -

Pride BREAD? 10c with a Hay Hide and
Have you tried Dixie - Hallowe'en party on Saturday

evening wing Emory Brown's

large truck for the ride to Brook. .
hose er. On their return refreshmentswere

served In the appopriately Take the wheel k
1 lial .
rLUUIvBurgundy 139 decorated Community Hall and I

t t group singing: enjoyed. Mr. and try the new Ford "FEEL W ,l.Mvnll:.,.../I Ie
Mr. Edward G. Saxon chapron- I N. Lek
SackChuck ,Ar ed the affair. at your Ford Dealer'sANDREWS

Friends of Mr and Mrs. OlcnL.

Bedenbaugh of DeLand will be
ROAST or STEAK Per Pound - 37c Interested to hear of the arrivalof

their daughter, Julie Elizabeth MOTOR

Wednesday, October 1. Mr. CO.
c I. D. F.IUnd. mother 0 f Mrs.

Bedenbaugn has been a recent FORD SALES & SERVICE
5 lb. Factory visitor In their home.

SUGAR 29 Rev. W. C. Burton of Graham PHONE 118

Pack! was the .weekend guest of the C ,
L. May family and gave an address -
at the Hampton Training ST AUKE, FLORIDA
Union Sunday night. Rev. Bur -'" MEDAL AS Tm "fASHION

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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1910 :_. __ _

... .. .. ..... ... if
Ophelia or. They Moore have and rented.l son to an Brook.apartment .I '- T' : '._'-' "__ .-': .- '.: .. ', ,_ ': -'. : .. ._ -: ;-:; : -: -:.:.. -,'.: -_ : "- -- :.. '- ': "' : : ; ,.. -" :"'-;--'-..- :-.- ."-:::: ."- -. .-..; ,," ": ?

with Mr. and Mrs. L. L i
By Iva Mao Lewi. Parker. !
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and'
'I children of Starke visited Mr. and
Mrs H. T. Martin of Hawthorne .
returned home Sunday Mrs. O. W. Burry Sunday. ,
after an extended visit with Miami i Misses Madeline Green Jean- '1 1'J lit.
Mrs. II. F. Cano. alto Urciner and Mrs. Marie MIller -
I of Jacksonville visited.I their ,:
Mrs. Mattie Fowler and Mrs .
last weekend.Mr.
Ada DuPre of Gainesville visited
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano Sunday. and Mrs. A. L. Crews and ''ii'
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Vickery daughters of Alachua vUilecl.l Mr
and Mrs. O. W
Jr? of Gainesville were suppet .Barry Sunday. ii
,guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mr and.l Mrs. J. K. Crews anddaughter
Edwards Sunday night. ; Margie Sue of Jacksonville ,k..
Freddie Vickery of Gainesville visited Mr. and \Mrs. O. W '!1'Ii!
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards Barry Sunday.
last weekend.Mr. i I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dees and
and Mrs. W. M. Dukes of children of Branford visited Mr., '..1r.i
Dukes attended Church of Christ I and Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday. I.I.I
last Sunday and viHited Mr. and Everyone Is Invited to enjoy a
:Mrs. 1':. C. Dukes and Mr. and full dnv of fellowship on Sunday.November .! J
Mrs. William Junior Dukes after! 6. Dinner on the NEXT THURSDAY NOVEMBER 10th
ward. I ground nlternoon.( and a song; feast In the
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch and ,
I I Rev. and Mrs. Donald Martin
Don Gene of Gainesville visited J
had their last weekend'
:Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown Sunday as guests r
his parents and two brothers
I from Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Plnhr.l"ter'i Mr. and Mrs. Leland LilchflelJ

Jr.visited, and Mrs children Rosa of Plnholster last.of Gainesville visitors were to the among Il.illowe'en; the PALATKA "B"

weekend. .. many Carnival; Saturday night. B.H.S. "B" Squad vs. Squad :
Mrs. Wilson Green and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shaw! of
Guy Plnholster, Jr., were in LaCrosse visited Mr. and Mrs. T
Gainesville Sunday evening.Mrs. S. Mann Sunday afternoon.' :
Wilson Green and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shaw and v
Guy Plnholflter, Jr., were In Joe of LaCrosse were supper
Starke Saturday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. S
Mr. and Mrs. Resole Colson and Mann Tuesday night.
children of Starke visited Mr. and Marsha Kay and Jimmie Haz- .
:Mrs G. B. Colson last weekend' en of Starke visited friends and
Mrs. Q. E. McGauley and Mrs. relatives here Saturday.THERESSA. ,
Margaret Smith of Palatka visited .,
.1 Mrs. Roy Green Monday IA' '
We are proud to welcome Mrs.
1 .
By Florrl. finann

HOWARD'SCull Mrs. Lron Tomlinaon and! Mrs. .o
George: Ezoll of Jacksonville
visited their parents, Mr. and .
ILSC' week.Miss Mrs R. M.\ Hersey, here this I 1949 SCHEDULE ,

Irene' Cochran of McIntosh -
visited her' parents Mr. and
? Mrs J. C. Cochran several day. j
last week. SEPTEMBER 23 WILLISTON 0 -BHS 44
We are glad to have Mrs.1 I I

James upending Hospital.' Swindell some time home in again Shadycrest after i',! SEPTEMBER 30 SEABREEZE 20 BHS6BHS18 ;',

Mrs. KIrby Swindell entertain: .',
Cull on us for reliable' drug
ed her young people's class of,I
and health needs I at worthwhilexaUucH. I the BTU Saturday night with a! OCTOBER 7 PALATKA 6 -
\Ve pride ounclvrs on I Hallowe'en Party on the community 1

the scrupulous exactness': which were merry' served games.Ernest grounds.. after a Refreshment number 0'1 ---------- 1 H r____., OCTOBER 14 P. K. YONGE 6 BUS 26 r-_________________:-
ROOM h.t.er)' single premrlplion ,

"e fill. Emma Mr!. W.Jean Trlesr E.: and Hall, Mrs.Conic and J. Map A.daughter Guam I do; GF.T'E11; ; I. TORNADOES; I OCTOBER 21 ALACHUA 0 BHS 13 It's A Fact. .

PHONE 79 ,and little daughter\ Mary Lou nt.I \ THE; TORNADOES( () : ARE; HOT! .

TcmpliAvenue' Slarke. Flu, Mended I Hampton the Saturday Hallowe'en night.CarnlvulIn \WESTERN AUTO \I OCTOBER 28 Newberry b 0 BHS 7 t SEE';': THEM:: TONIGHT: :;. r

.. ,-,: .-, '; .. .,;1. W. S. Sibley and Mrs. Delaney 1J

\\",.. atives noon.Dickinson at Earleton visited friends Sunday and after ret, ASSOCIATE STORE NOVEMBER 11 LAKE BUTLER THERETHERE i Denmark Furniture Co.

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i 5 Your Hacking Mi ana A Lot- i

I Morning Sunday School Worship 10:00 11:15: : n a.m.m Deserve* Your Support I' NOVEMBER 23 GREEN COVE THERE j See The Came Tonight \
r Eevning Service' 7'30:: ) p.m.
Prayer Meeting each Thursday S. R. JOHNS I I i I
7:30: p.m.
-Rev. L G. Hemingway, Pastor DECEMBER 2 - -

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Let us check your Fire ... I i TIRES !

insurance before it's Florida Bank at Starke =: : ..
We offer the |H'uile|, of Still kc DOWLING\ & : For The Came Tonight' J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS
too late! MEMUEIl: .'.n.l.c. i
I and \lrlnlty one of the must t .. ,..
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modern and fluent ANDREWS :
aprlppedwelding // You {Want{ A 1 Winning Team
Charley E. Johns I We're With{ You, Tornadoes!! : I u______________ :
shops anyuhrrp.
| I Give Them Your Support!

Agency All Work Guaranteed; I Eat 'Km Up, : .
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.'. .,,.....' I S.A.I..Ry. Watch Inspector I \ 1 clt '* Fill The Stand GUY: ANDREWSWe'll r :
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.Mi nq THE TRAVELERS,Hartford i __ .. ._.._._. .... ..w...____ !: __ __ .
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Tea-Shower Given each member give 15, If possible, Brotherhood Will Elementary School.
Rotarians Are Hosts Ladies Auxiliary Hostesses for the afternoon areMrs. :

..... .) To Wives For Recent Bride Meets At Home Of I The to the secretary Auxiliary will on have her birthday.a list of I, Hear State Officer Patten. K.0., Mrs.. Duncan L. D. ,Vining Mrs. O.Mrs.L
,' \ At Ladies' Night Part;] Mrs. H. E. Tucker entertainedwith Mrs. HoltzendorfThe I announced the birthdays at and each they meeting will be so The Brotherhood of the New Frazier Shaw, Mrs. F. J. Pellum.
Association will meet in Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. J. W'
tea-shower at the Catholic 'River
Rotary colors of blue and gol I,, Center a on Thursday eveningOctober Ladles' Auxiliary of the cards may be sent by all memo the First Baptist Church of Kaufman Mrs. R. C. Buford and
'p. JRetI1dt'nt'e the decorative them e First Presbyterian Church hek! 10, to
formed bers.Mrs. Thursday. Nov. Mrs. E. M. Davis.
20 at 7:30: o'clock, honoring on
C. had charge
when members of the Starke Ro'. Its regular monthly meeting at C.'ynn I I Holcomb Music Broth
Mrs. Jewett Fogg bride of Mission hear C. A.
of the "Foreign -
-- lacy Club entertained their Re the home of Mrs. B. C. Holtz..ndart program on of the State
June Caldwell (yfnreP6. tary Anna at a delightful Lndle, last month. Tuesday Oct. 23: with Mrs Work as Reported by One erhood Secretary his associate Mr Dr. Otto J. TonissenChiropodist
Editor: rholle 29 The center was decorated with Magazine." The highlight of this assisted by
State Farm 43 Night event In the Methodis t U. H. Young presiding.In both of Jacksonville.This .
Educational building Tfcursda;,: palms and native greenery The the absence of Mrs. J. L was a very interesting trip thru I Linney,
night of !taut week. |tea table was covered with animported Simmons who is 111 the choir ap Brazil by three missionaries. She meeting Is being plannedby to Gainesville, FU.Formerly .
performed by the Rev. A. W .' cut work cloth. The pointed Mrs. E. M. Davis to act closed with a recipe for Steward' T. B. Harding and is open
Miss Alice Holton
and gold paper lOr JnrkNonvlll'
Blue crepe expected )
I are
Groups (
background 01 r silver all Baptist men
Mathls before a centerpiece was an antique .
streamers fastonned the ctllin,! as secretary.Mrs. shipThose 10'' Brooker Gainesville %. FlrnMiint St. Ph> Aft::
Weds J. H. PhillipsIn palms greenery and gladioli. A auditorium where bowl with an arrangement of W. J. Chandler led the offering to put flowers \ from 133:
of the large well as
of nuptial mimic w,a : pink carnations flanked on church during November were: and Alachua sections as
program of
Tampa CeremonyThe around 80 guests were seateat I devotional consisting song I
presented by Bobby Thompson table. Vcllovchrysanthemums + either side with three branched scripture and prayer. She read Mrs. J. R. Kite first Sunday; Mrs. others.
Seminole Heights Baptist: organist and Miss Thelma Rutl I the banquet were used pro.,Candelabra holding! lighted white of responsibility of Presbyterians,! K. O. Duncan. second Sunday;i I Supper will be served at 645;

Church was the scene of the wed Jones voallcst. tersely In decorating and upon arrival ., I tapers. All' appointments on the In Alaska, and an article on Mrs. C. M. Turney, third Sundayand p.m. Louis R. Dean
ding of Miss Alice Holton, daughter The bride given In marriage b;;,, each Rotary Ann .wan. pre, 'table were silver Silver disheson North India and West India. Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf fourth
of Mrs. Clara Holton of 1013;i her uncle Freeman Register 01 Denied with a lovely corsage.! each end of the table held Mrs. V. S. St John conducted Sunday. I Woman's Club TAX CONSULTANT.
H I'pink and white mints. I the Refreshments were served by,
17th and John quiz.
Ave..Tampa Starke, wore a light blue sul The Rev L. A. Shepherd wrveias the ... : To Meet November 9 BOOKKEEPING
Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. H and black ac and Mrs. Florence Lyons, aunt of The Treasurer Mrs. K. G. Duncan
with a pink blouRe master of ceremonies kep
H. Phillips of 1010 East North the bride poured coffee. Individual reported $11.81 received
cesRorles. Miss Dorothy Holton. the ball of merriment rolling fron,I The Woman's Club of Starke SERVICE
Bay, Tampa on Wednesday eve ,, cakes with pink roses were from Summer Offering Cards Revels-Griffis
Heated! I
maid of honor wore a gray the time guests were tin will meet Wedneitdrty.
ning October 10 at 8:30: o'clock., ,'passed by Mr, Paul Raymond She also reported $20.98 In General .
with black acce Rorle tll: the party biciic. up some two<. I 9, at 3:30: o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Revels of
The double ring ceremony wa and Mian Sharon Hall. Miss Fund.
William E. Holton brother o!: hours later to the strain of"America" Palatka Mrs. C. J. Frazier, Chairman
fo'rl'.ldleVlmherly and Mrs. Merle Mrs. C. F. Ward sent a report announce the engagement 120 So. Walnut St.
best man Impromptu speech.: ; I Relations, will
the bride attended as '. Brown presided over the punch that all Extract and Christina and approaching marriageof of International I FLORIDA
A reception was hold at the and songs were featured and Bowl. Cards had been sold. their daughter Doris to Harold be In charge of the program. STAKKE,
SEE US FORWINTER home of the bride's brother and group singing wa enjoyed, will Guests were received at the Chairman of Nominating Committee M. Griffla, son of Mr. and Guest speaker will be P. E. Adel-
and Mrs.V.. E Fletcher Burnett leading am Mrs. Arnold Grlffts Starke. helmer, Principal of the Starke
giater-In-law. Mr. Mrs. W. F. Heintz at the piano 1 door by Mr.. J P. Roberts and I I presented the names of I of
Holton at 1707 East Powhatter The high-spirited fun reached a Mrs. Annie Fogg and presented Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf for President
Ave. The bride's table overlaid climax when It was announced to the bride and her hoxtcss. and Mrs. J. L. Simmons foi l v
with lace cloth was centered ; These were unanimously
a Secretary.
The bride and each asnlst- II
that A. J. Thomas had some gift; one / Day
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I with a tiered wedding rake. Mrs accepted by the Auxillar ,
to present to the ladies. Htl lug was presented with a corsage Day Out Ready To EatSMOKED
\ assistedthe l ,
Freeman Register, Sr by the hostess. to serve for two years. Other Youtn
rose to his feet and began p& alng
host and hostess officers hold over. for anotheiyear.
out to each Rotary Ann a V 1:; The many lovely gifts were
The bride will be rememberedas check signed by her hu./bancl. Tin ,displayed on a table covered with I
Miss Alice Holton formerly of lace cloth. It was voted for each membei ; LUE
mystery was solved when it wai. a I 3-5 ** $ ,
Starke.Mr. disclosed that the "register" jrigrv I About 35 guests called duringthe I to give $1 per month for fivemonths for ;
to apply on carpet
and Mrs. Phillips will re ed by the men earUer In the even course of the evening. f, ie
side at 1010 East North Bay Ave.,. ing was In reality composed ol, the church. GA
i. UNDERWEARWe Tampa. carefully camouflaged blank Vida Jean Gentry The place will be of meeting announced for later November dI L 0 R E SKINNED
checks overlapping HO that noth
Has as a change In program has become
Birthday Party
f' Mrs. Quigley HostessTo ing showed but the blank; signature necessary. Officers and Af Your

Line WCTU Members lines. The menfolk unsuspecting Mr. and Mrs.! J. I,. Gentry honored Committee Chairmen were requested ,, FriendY,
Have A Complete had thus signed blanK A81P
their daughter Vida Jean their annual Store
to bring reports -
Of New StockChildren'sAnd checks which were later filled In \\c
First meeting of its new year with a party at the American to this meeting In orderto a dnn'I "Labe HAMS
the Indies at the t
JMen's wiw held by the WCTU last Fri. by young regis Legion hnll Saturday afternoonIn have facts to report to Pres- / Asst load i a'
tratlon desk and then presentedto the tiuee barn '.
day afternoon at the home ol Mrs honor of her ninth birthday.A byterlal. Store n lunm ,
: the wives. moI'S
J. T. Quigley. The devotional was pink and green color scheme The president suggested. \ ? here 1h5, nr r
week. ,,
Other especially enjoy. lire
conducted by Mrs. Jennie Thorn. carried out ennse """ da Yr /
wan beautifully using 111J 'sera
ed were learned talkn on marriage .0'1
quest. I. by Junius M. Smith and Mr coral vine and pink and greel \ ; : nportrl g 10 12 lb. ave.
heard candles. MaY '.net
OUTINGFLANNEL Interesting reports were Fletcher Burnett a vocal duet by tentty
from delegates attending the Rev Shepherd and l Mrs. It. B. Mrs. Gentry was assisted by uncl e eo ru .
State Convention In Ocala recent. Mrs. W. H. Hart In supervisingthe / Any thnf nor ne ) I form or
I Peyton and a simultaneous talk PAaRK In one
'ly. It was reported that a former by Dr. A. Y. Covington (on many exciting games playedby nay nut. Ylxs Dne.ib/e It A PER POUND
resident of Starke, Mrs. Ruby the children. fha week hry
"Hookworms" ) T. I{ McClane \ Ail +
39c Per YardSu11ivo's Kimbrough (nee Powell), has just Jr., ("Screw Worms"), and C. H. After the lovely gifts were S fhru Ihr pars '
I rounded out 25 years of faithful opened by the honoree her guests M
Quick ("Wood Lice") Sun., Mon., Tues, Nov. 6, 7, 8 )
service with the State WCTU and T. H. Slade was chairman ofarrangements 'sang "Happy Birthday" as she
I In retiring as corresponding nee- for this delightful. blew out candles on the pink and SAVAGE 49c
rotary. At present she Is director event. i green birthday cake.
.on the staff of the Girls Industrial The traditional Ice cream and
Ii. School at Ocala. ,cake was served with bags of SPLENDORAfrican
Little Women's
The next meeting of the Starke I Hallowe'en candies and chewing Expedition In ('<,l''r
Union will be held the last Friday Club Organized Illshey I
gum.Those I'liiH "Sea 1..land"'aU( -
DRY GOODS Invited to enjoy this JANE PARKER lC \'
I'' In November at the home of I In Technicolor) ,
the president Mri. W N. John I The Junior Women's Cluh ofCtarke affair with Vlda Jean wereIV.: .
Is sponsoring the "AtticWomen'a : A. Reagent, Jr., Patsy Dray -
117 West Call Street son. )Veil., Ilium., :Nov. 0, 10DOl'BLK ( Fruit Cakes112lb. =
Club" for the h'R'h"d'ool Marilyn Cox Linda Cox Burge { \ :
Fla. UeMom I'ontH, "Shirt Ut... I girls from 9th> through Searing Helen Patel Sharon FKATUKK: (
Starke, 12th grades. There are approximately Wiley Bobby Kite Pat Hobba ----=
I rpdiirrd to coat and Tens tlia.it coat I INNER SANCTUM : >
ALVAREZ. :.15: members and more will Kay Hart Mary Agnes Matthews $1.25 :! J
:: 1 be taken In'next spring.: Madge Ann Matthews, Douglas Chun. Kiiwu'll Mary It. Hughe
---- _.u_ _._.---'-'.. I Sponsor and advisors! from the Seymour Beverly Lappe, FrancesLandrum -- ANDGUNG .Nut ley f
i Junior Club are Mrs. Leslie Penny Hnlllngsworth, )jJ

.. BlgKH and Merry Beth Smith. Patricia Pellum Frances Lee HO OLEOMARGARINE 1 lb. 19c
.., A, The 1lttleVnmen''a activitieswill Durnhlmer Klllssa Stefenelll 'Super-Right' MEATS
Include dunces every monthfor Margaret Hall Pearson Cox San Randolph Scott, Roht. Mltrhiini
the high school young people dra fry 1ili: : > J'n-tha Weldon! ,
White House MILK 3 tails 34c
a I and! assisting In civic driven and Marcia Kay Bennett Brenda Fri., Sat., Nov. 11, 11 "Super-Right Lean
other projects which will benefitthe Lewis and Jimmle Wiggins. WESTERN PORK

The county.elnb offlrer are fti follows Young MatronsThe Dot"BLE FEATIUK: Iona FLOUR, 25 lb. bag 1.39 CHOPS MUc"SuperRight"

: President Jo Ann Dlnkina; It's In The BagJack

Vice President, Nancy Knight; Young Matron's Circle of
t Secretary, Dottlo Sue Biggs; the Presbyterian Church will meet Benny, Don Anierhe End Cut
Treasuier Dolores ]McKnlght; and on next Thursday night November ANDBOSS AnnPageKETCHUP,14oz.l8cA&P WESTERN PORK LOIN
Historian, Joyce Newsome. 10 at the home of Miss Lucille
it I NEED PAINT!" i A hay ride, winner roast, and Mitchell at 302 West Madison OF ROAST
square dance! at Keystone Bench Street with ]Mrs. Pauline Ib.4Sc
Fruit Cocktail 2V 33c
That problem's easily solved! Just talk taut Saturday night was the first Roberta hostess. All visitors are BULLION CITY ? can
of n series of activities plannedby welcome. Fuzzy Knight, Nell:! O'lby Florida Dressed & Drawn
over your paint needs with our friendly t the club. Chaperones on this

experts. In our complete line of Sherwin- nrca.slon were the sponsors and Star Brand dress & workshol'14 Also Serial Si.: Short Green Beans. 2 No. 2 cans 25c! FRYERS lb. 53cRib
Mr. and \Mrs. John Arthur TorDde. ,
Williams Paints and I Paint Supplies you'llfind for men at STUMP'S.I --------

just the paint that suits your pur t or Brisket Bed

., pose. We'll give you practical painting WSCS Notice I Dr. Seymour R. Marco JANE PARKERGolden STEW.\ lb. 33c
pointers, too! Stop in this week! lF' t tI
CII d.'.. of Methodist\ WSCS Loaf
.il.A. Remodeling or Repair Loans can be will meet on Monday! afternoon OPTOMETRISTANNOUNCES

I obtained. Let us explain to you. November 7 at :3 o'clock. 15 oz. 25c Sausage, 1 lIb. roll 39c
homo .
Circle 1 will meet at the a e e a
if Mrs. A. Z. Adklns on N. Wai-
The Opening of His Office
nit Street with MISH Olive Ray Swift's!

I TARK&I is Chile co-hostess 2 will meet at the homed On Friday, November 4 lona Peaches, No. 2 can 21c SLICED I NI/ ESS

\Mrs. I P. Rhophi'id on Wash-

l S.A.L. DEPOT''C7Jep/ao.L45W" ngton Street with Mrs lona Tomatoes No. 2 can ....
Circle :3 will meet (ADJOINING STAKKE HOTEL) -
l-----:__,.-,.. ,_ .._? ;surge Hunch on Temple. Avenue Garden Fresh Fruits &

DEXO Shortening 3 lb. can 75c VEGETABLES

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CAHI'KNTKirS::; : CAKPKNTKIl'S: : CAHPKNTKIfS' : CAHI'KNTEltS: : II Idaho lied Rome Beauty

I GLASSES FITTED Corned Beef 35c APPLES 4 ft. 29cLibby's


a n n B5i \Va.hincton Red Delicious

Beans, The list of exemptions, in drug/ stores as compiled Vienna Sausage 18c APPLES :31h. 33c

Frankfurter by the Stale Hoard of Health and recommended ,

andBrown liy them to the Comptroller I is, as follows: __.../,. .'. Porto Rica Yams. 3 lb. 25c
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Bread Adhesive Tape, Anti-Acids, Anti-Asthmatics. 4lJq t IV:\ PAGE ,1-::::;:; ,.. qL Can,11.Hun :No. | I......... nr Ituggeh l\Vhlte

.\ntl.1falarial4ntiSeptll4 & (Cermirides.; Astringents : r _"..'

(except cosmetics), Baby Oil. Baby c FINE } : SiAGafr1 a POTATOES, 10 lb. 29c

c I'owders. 1 Burn Remedies: (not preventives), Corn 1 ( .
40 >q r ; ." ;! Canadian Rutabagas lb. 5c
& Foot Remedies! Cotton (sterile absorbent), r{ 79s 1 1r FOODSAnn .;.i',&oM....'''..'.'.....".+A./'V : I

= ... Long Island
('ottonppli.'ators, Cough & 'old Remedies. Diarrhea f <":

"Sef\of Starke's ed \\ilh finest a cup Remedies, Disinfectants! Diuretics Douche Page Pork & Beans, 219c Cauliflower hear11! I !gr

_.. Toffee.Vc ." I'owders Eye Lotions & Drops, First Aid Kits

Fungicides, (;ua/.e (bandages' & I'UIUare4)| Laxatives Iti Slightly Irregulars Ann I'ascMacaroni: P&G SOAP. J for 20rSoar

\JJ{ wilt continue I. Rubbing&' ; Alcohol Cathartics: Teething, Liniments Lotion t I'ain Teething Relievers I'ow L\1\ ; I Others 98c To $1.29 or Spaghetti 9c lust./ ,. 3 r*+er. for 23c

superior service at all t Lavi'\' cran. 21artvn for 23c
ders, Vitamins.CALL '
f Ann Page Peanut Butter 35c
TILE II Ivory Snow, pkg. 26c




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.. '- .PACE
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Mike Pickering :was the guest Rev. J. R. Hill C. H. Nas-- Powell Members of the circle In rirrnlt Court. -
I Bradford Cnit of his parents Mr. .and Mrs. L.. M worthy, P. E. Adelhelmer J. L. gave verses from the Bible!, on 1 Yln,1dal I'lllnlielh l. In A. CnearrrT.ltl lr larch IMillntlfr VH named Gnat Mcukii and tllvorcn<.aui*.... nrmlforil tihrrednpinlntlff !lOFFU'tAI.: ': "8KAM) A J. Thomas..

Pickering, last weekend. He re- Coop..rV.. B. Sewell Mrs. E, K. prayer. .No'"ll7sVlltl>'lllll'llM', Ih'' '''iJlintOrder '' t'ase ,County TMi'irruph' nhnll. puhliHh 'thin Rv 1s flnrk Haven of('tosby sold l ,Coiirl.D J

turned to Tallahassee Sunday Ferryman. Miss Amy Coburn During the social hour the Orrinr' In: next four' weekly: l Is.,, >n, lohn J. Henh'H..n. KH'I.: Rlrhard. .
n( Pohllrnll.m A"Vntli'o . ""n.I"
where he .Is .a student at Florida Mrs. Bertha Pearce Mrs. Titus hostess Nerved refreshments to inna'raTF7, IP "1.011111nl .<>. nt Mtuiki. Florida (Ihlx .Si.v' ..Illy.r' flf. 11-4 4t ItaflDon't 1 \
State University. Olson and Miss Oleeta Green attended the 26 members present Fred, I. Kli l >hnrlM. whose residra'r. i ",
mill ntlilrcvH' .
IM jxt Pleasant II"notori'liMitiT. .
Ci* = INTHE Mr and Mrs. Claude Johns had the mass meeting In Orlando The December meeting will beheld {V MiiKHiichiiHiittii. "

NEWS as guests last weekend their son last week of Methodists In the church. fife You 6.are regalr.d l to npprnr. on Bury Your Dead Animals .'.
1440 in tha nl<.iv< minn-il. ,
Chmile John Winslett.Varr.n from all over the state. I Court end Free, ;
--- ---- ---------- rnuno, vhcrxln plnlntir'M Prompt, Sanitary KeinotaJ of DrtulIli
Prentice, Dick \VestllnR and Mrs. W Q. Dowling and" Mrs. The Doris Knight Circle met 1 Telegraph. .k"| dlvo| >o ln....II piitilli.li Krniirord, 'Coiintx.. >rK4-M" :Mule or (.al..... 'all Our Phone

Mr. and Mrs. George Miller and MrR.V B. Mundy spent i t limmy Palston. all of Tnllahas- Mae Jones of Jacksonville werelfUC'sts In the Educational Building of I In neat four weekly I......thin. Ollln OI..lt..r| At Our K\JM-I>"<-. Sfurke" 18t. If
Mr. and Mm. Herbert Hogan Wednesday In Jacksonville, shop. ; several this week of WltnenK my hand mul'offlrln'
i "I'P'hlle here they attended the days the Baptist Church Tuesday '
and 55111 "' Stark" '> 1"I..rhl.l... thl. N.I \ oti lIaIJlrrlpuhy Call Our ...lacknonvllleOffle. p
Mr. Mrs.
visited Mint Harrison ping and visiting friends,. Dr. Mrs. W K. Middleton. .
F. S U Stetson game In Jacky and night Mrs J. A. Griffin clrcl" 2. IRI /
and Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. (OKKICMr. SEAL) A. .t. -, I'h. 4li1NDay, Tight or IInllda '-', .
Gue"ts of Mr. and Mrs. Hailej ,. sonvllle Saturday Girls!t' sweaters, coats flannel leader presiding An cii-rk of mild Thnmn

Cooper. In Jacksonville Sunday F. Strong last weekend were A[rStrong's Mrs. J A Cunningham of Sau- gowns & pajamas. Slump's i The meeting was opened with )" Hnvon Cronhy. P. C e..rlIt !/ FLORIDA SOAP CORPORATION 1.

Major H. C. Wall and Son, Bill. brothers J. E. Strong ol( ford visited Miss Barbara Conway Guests of !Mr and Mrs H. 8.1 the song "Living for Jesus" with T. Frank l.iin.lriim.' Sinrti-. F'IorldnI i I I Doctor) Inlet, Fla.
Ph. Park
I Ally for IMf 11.4\ 41 n-iji Orange 21'Mt
of St. Augustine spent Saturdayhere WIlkcHvllle Ohio and H. M.; for several days last week. Mrs.I Sullivan last weekend were Mr Mrs. R A Green at the piano. I _- a

vlaltlnMr. /{. Strong of Nashville, Tenn. It wa< Cunningham will be rememberedi and Mrs Knit George and son Mrs\ T. J.'. Landrum gave the dovotlonul. ,: IM Topple. Cuurt. llriKlford. ('..un'p. JI

and Mrs. W B. Mundy and their first weekend together in i as :Miss Fannie Klckliter formerly Dun of Orlando and Mr and ilnifv Vlorlitni ,( hn..r,..

daughter Jean spent last weekend 35: years. i I of StnrkeJ I Mrs ('Al'lVlmb'rly and daughter After the business meeting avery lloini-r" Alien Alurvln lii.vt.ni 11.\01.eilirff.I'liliitlff lulnni, M.. FOR ALL TYPES; OF

visiting Mr. Mundy's mother, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff Jr,, 1 I Miss Madge Brownlee spent Mary Virginia, of Gaines Interesting program w a Casa No 711"1.> I IOnlrr .. PEST CONTROL ;

Mrs. W M. Mundy. Sr. and Mr,,.'i were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G,,' Inst weekend In Atlanta Ga. vls- VI1K presented by Mrs. Ewell Lawson Apwmr.of l HrtIK'i>bllri' >tl ttt'n and Kl.oillltl Null' to "
Willy Alexander In Laurens, S.C. '.1. MrGrtff. Sr. last Sunday | lUng Mrs. J. W. Lee and Mr. and, Mr. Hiirold Webb of Atlanta program chairman. Those taking hunter Miirvln ........1'.. w'In.KB resl-I.

Guests of Mrs. J. B. Snpp last U extern Font, nhlrts, Boot,. Mrs. Loyd Coursevt I rin. wns a recent guest of Mr part on the program! were Mre'j, drnre J'IIII'' Mill.J..". 'lIn Miti-on llulw-it. UOOIKI.I'UoKurii. Krnfl'1' FLORIDA PEST CONTROLand

Sunday were Mrs. Effie reduced to rm& and lean than cosl t Chesterfield hats!'! for men and Mrs Titus Olson. K. C Mann\ Jr? !Mrs O. L.. You are requlrrd to appear or I.
Cordray.lat sin, Mrs W. J. Dodd. Jr.. Mrs hnr. B, I''''. In ;tho n""v" nilincil" CHEMICAL CO.
ALVAREZ. Ml"s Carolyn Peters of Jacksonville
Eva Kite Mr. and Mrs. }/ at STUMP'S DEPT STOHE. Court and muse, lirrvln pliilntlrrickii '
and Ben Johnson, arnl..I'1Ifa..m I Miss| Joan Carpenter of Gainesville .I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R Hill ot was the guest of Miss S. K. Sparks and Mrs R.1. .. Olvorin.' full, ,-,,1''', <.|n.iiv| a 2ir: N. ALABAMA ST. TELEPHONE; ) ; 2l: 61-R
Green. ronirol of minor i.hl.... .
Jacksonville.Mlas I spent last weekend vlHitlng;: Canton. Ohio, visited their cousin ,!Janet Anderson lust weekend <;to. Ilriiilfoiil..uln..rlnunxy GAINESVILLE: ; FLA..
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M., Mrs. H II. Young thin week : Mrs. Mabel Calder of Jacksonville I All members of the Dolls County" Telegraph than publish ;thin Termites Rodents All Household Pests
Lee: UrGr
Klma Hlrky and Mrs. In next four twrkly .IKRIIOM -
j Smith. I while enroute to their home in: wan the guest of Mrs Knight Circle are urged to attend WltnvnH my ha,i,| and) ,,metal' I

Ruth Trade Boadway Show attended and Conventionof the Annual I I Mr. and Mra. R A. Croon Mrs.. Miami. IS.1 Hutto Wednesday L'I the Study Course next Tueii- sent 8. .ISIS lit Stalk', '11"1'101.' this :NinOFFICIAI : .......- In..l\on.| \ and Fat iauttcIves" ; hv (,rH"luulrF.ntnninloglKtN

Florida Hair Dresners and Cosmetologists Y. A. Harris and Mrs G. J. Me-' : Miss Peggy Wiggins returned 1 Cl'KLKK srir! SU.AO: day night November 8, In the ( !SEAL) A. .1. Thomas (I'nUrrslty i.I( Florlilu)I.1 I.r
I Griff spent last Monday In Jacksonville to Jacksonville Tuesday after .V.1u: : at ,\\1.\\F.Z'. I Educational I Building. npv.1 An Clrrk of mild Courl,
Association in Tampalast will book lly I laves Crosby I>. .
visiting/ lends. and I I. spending several days here with KiiHtls McKniKht and dOIlAhtl'r.Dol"rell. Haines teach the clt.iln.ft
week. II I)u"in'11 n. I.'h IliilMinit
shopplnI /{. her parents Mr. and Mrs. Orle left Wednesday aft..r.nm"t Hurry" by Duke McCall. Jni'km.nvlllH, Klinl.lii.
Water Muhlhofer entered the I Mr. and,] Mrs. Harry Blhorry ol t, I \\'IIlus.!:! for Manta S. C.. .where, they I Ally r..I.lt.. 114 II II' J: I' ASK THE MAN WHO KNOWS YOUR WATCHMAKER! X
Veteran's Hoapltal in Lake ;
City Business Woman's Circleof
Coatesvllle Pa. were guests of' Mr. and Mrs N. Wainwright were called bv the death of Mrs.McKnljtlit's The 'I
last Monday where he will undergo I Circuit. Court. llrndr.. .
Mrs. K. L. the VMS met Tuesday evenIng nl (ountr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. TUgdon and Mr. | tended Die annual Realtors : mother t-'lorl.lni In 1 hnncrrr. '
an operation. !and Mra. J. L. Gentry Monday 1' Convention 1 in JackHonvllle Monjdnv Langston. Mis Mcl..nl/ht/ has November 1, at 7:30:: In the I I.'nnlr. : Uuih., .Iliiifillit, t'liillillir,. \ a t y0U RWi 6
Sheets pillow cases blankets Educational Bulld'ng' willn Barbara I.s rip llvoi KI U.IIt-I. l>cri.iilillil, ,
been with her mother fur
night. : and Tuesday of this week. t'neo'No Ti.llOllrilrr .
mattress covers, mat.'j Mrs. Susie Griffin of Jacksonville :Mr. and Mrs. W.V.. Monette weeks. Alvarez circle chairman .. ..> 1-.. ...-".inn. sad ".....'. t tress pads. & shower curtains Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson were : pre..idtng.'Ith .+nr. 8'1'1I'll! nv Klll.lll toi 1
was the guest of Mr. nad I and children returned to their I I''I.I nu ) llnoiirti 'In-iiiMllrt.'' uhitKc I'I't. ,
at STUMP'S DEPT. STOKE.!Mrs. E. L. Biggs last weekend. home here Saturday after a twoweeks' guests of Mr and Mrs. O. B Col- \\ the slogan this Veal lil">iut> In unknown REG111'A ,, I.. u
I !: Tithci" Rev' Y HI" ors! reculri-l'| in appear, Oil .1
last weekend. "Every Baptist a .
In Brooker .
visit with Mrs. Monette'dparcntH son !I.( a(I. 1141 In tin nliovi nnni'd. 1
I Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Chas- Mr and Mrs H. F Home and.! I' Haines explained the origin of Court and CHUHIvhcn. >ln. plaintiffMinkx r :,
I and reasons for tithing and how illvoi. | 0\1 full err of mill) .
PERMANENT tnin. In Birmingham Ala. small son Benny of Jackion j, minor lillil' 1"'II.lt..I.CI.IIIHV t
NOW TONI! HOME I Mr W E. Plummer and daughter Tenn., arrived Wednesday, tospend to titheAfter Telegraph shall publish thin onli.i, t !,
n I the business the In nitt four ae.'kly IHHIIHM. '
two weeks vl"IUnat the 4
Ida Lou of Winter Garden / WltnANH my 'hand and official'
EASY-TWICE AS FAST ore Plaiting; her brother-in-law home of Mrs Uoimc's father and program was held with MlldiuJ enl nt. Htark, Klorliln' ihm ;Nov; fl lily personal' Integrity an7Fir<>(i-i i>i i,. Mrl k=
AS "
TWICE find sinter Mr. nad Mrs. M. F. Hasten mother Mr and Mrs. O W : Doyle as leader. The topic for 3., 1444.tOFF9CIAL HKAf) A. .1. Thomas. l by 40 years of experience In Finnalih Its.

this 'p'k. White, and MHS| Carol White the evening was "Chrint, the Answer ,1s "H'' k of said Court iUrlng, U jour Ouarantc of Sat l.lwilon, fEd

Mrs.Villunl Puss, Miss Melba Gotham Gold: Stripe Nylon for Moslem Lands., I r>v haven fioniiv. n r* t'
Hostesses were Elma Lee It"h'rl II r>"".'"11. I.>"ni>'h llulMlntt, .
New Tent' lUflll Kit. New Photo StrlnRfi'llow and Inman Green ne- hose at STUMP'S: STOKE.Mr. .I.kMixivlllf' Kloildil. SimpsonSeaboard I
Method Directions show how a A. I nmp"nlp(1'lIIard Pass to Tal-! I and Mrs. M. K. Haze.i Hickey and Letlii Mundy. Ally for lit .11 4 41 11-211

Toni now waves many types of + lnhn.xHoe last Sunday. They re- were the guests of their son-ln- U.K. Watch Inspector '

hair m as little as 30 minutes turnrrt home Sunday night. law and daughter Mr. and Mrs P-TA MembersTo In l'l"rlitni Irrull. In Court< hnnrcrr.. llrxlrnnl County GEM JEWELRY .

00 I : Don lull ht",d I'lMiMM, riiiiiitirr, .
.| Mill's FALL St'ITS! at1..- Putluy, In Gainesville Sat IICKI-,
Hear LibrarianAt M Mury, Hun SIM-III, vr l h.i-rciiiliint
I VARKZ'. .13.50: to $I7. O.Mr urday. fear No. 7IHM, t
*. D. B. Knight returned Mrs W. 1. Griffin of Jacksonville loiter ..( 1'.I'Io'n'l..n' And \"I"-. Tn 1
Complete Set N.w TonI SPIN 5 jA/s l ; the regular meeting of. the ..1'...... stale of I'lorliln' '.....
0 voek from a visit with her visited Mr and Mrs A. F.. PTA next the "13 MIIIV,, Hut Hu.itiir| n hfif, .* roHiili'ticn, 'g /
bands thl'l "mibji'i
Curler No more rubber I'nul/ I Knight, In New York McKinney for several days thiswest IN Miirrrll'K. Inlet Ho nth, Cniollnii. : ............ ...
-all plastic -all m-one I Grips; a Child What He Reud47". will You. urn "imiulriMl to appear on
locks ith a flu k of Mm Onorge Carter of (. be
spins \\ developed by this BUS II-
the finger. -:: I damp ,spent several days of this 1 1w."k Everett McKinney. spent several brallnn., Miss Audrey Newmannot .
1211 ;J I with her mother !Mrs. Ltinra days this week visiting lends j from ,
only the standpoint of ,
IS- .J b. .e.ahf 1 I. Powell. In Tallahassee I I IPinner
books but also from
the audio-1
..rw"1.1111KOCH ; i I Mm \\'. Walnwright; and guests of Mr. and Mrs l vlstinl viewpoint. j ** Rate

i' 'J"I ht..r. Martha Jane !Mr. nnd'Mis 'Titus Olson. last Sunday: were Since the PTA has recently given KOCH'Sf*

DRUG STORE Charles T Wallace and baby Mrs. t. D Hawkins and her son the library money for film

ifhnrlpne, and Miss Margurrltn) Pant of Wnldo ,
1 slides records. and other mater
STARKE FLA. Reynolds! were guests: of Mr nnd Prices cut to .below rust on. luls the librarian will cleinnii.

Mrti' J. Wainwright lost Western Clothing. a nil' hauls, I
a'i 1 t..ul..1'1"11I1 uses. of the materIris Ull Drugs
-- .
ndAf WPl'lt-1 I Featured on thn piogrnni,
t.'.t visiting\, here Mrs. Mrs R M. Len and son. Bob, |j will he 1\I1K" JncJIIII1JtlII.tnn\ )\,
Every Branch of ""D-d huts.. returned to her Jr., left Thtir diy for their homeIn I
showing the actuil
\ use m film
"oi'.m" She was accompanied hv Greenwich Conn., after "a visit slide I

INSURANCEHe I Mn h J. K Miner as fur as New of several weeks here with Mrs I
'martin, Heach I Lee's parents, Mr and Mm E. Come In And See Our
In llfl Christmas Cards Box !
I I':"Hill or \ T. HII.lr.1 $1
Mi and Mrs T. F.. Hertulon' and1llllilien J. Dowllng! i I rrnnrd.Nnllvr..
of Valdosta Ga. 'visited. Don K. Moody of the Riverside'' ../IM. h""hy" l .gut ..n Illi I 'IliInnlPralpllnll BARGAIN I COUNTERSNAME
1 on 1 tit* jitih 1, lut "it i
Mr and Mrs Miller Judd and Mr I Lions Club, Jacksonville. anti Tom | 11"1"nl"'r." A II. I'M'l" nitil .i !F i"''ii,

C. \WALL AGENCY mil .Mrs Jim Hitch hint weekend ,I IMi Baldwin of Yonkers N. Y. for : AidiunllnK the: Knialc: ,of;of N Im T A.lmlnl-ini lilt, h/ ,1. is n, ,,il>.r I PRINTED FREE SOc & $1.00Friday

tint! Mj. George R Powell merly with Slarret A' Eken: at :and: Nolle' In fin : altI' I Inn' i
iffier ,, r' :: : I
PLEASE PHONE 146 liaviipturnod/ to Newton N. C. Camp Blending! were guests; at ...u PIlllllClllloll< h wni-k' for tUII','11,1(,.ills.*. nilllMunco uli\ ... (This :Month I Only)
HIp, luivlnjr attended a family re the Lions Club meeting Wednesday weeks. Illlpllrallnn" will he.. illicit

Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- union. the occasion being a eele.lItlot1 night .the.'.lInlv lloniirnlilii.,tutee. nf I 10 llruiiriiul K., ,I'll.'...yam.IIIIIV.I"'urhl" 1"1,
.". in honor of his mother Men'N! ALL UOOL SI'IIS *.n.! for the. approval,. of old & Siitnrd.iy Only

Mrs. I.mini I. Powell on her 00th 50 to $l7.fll) lit AI.VAKK//; nieoiinllnir. the' anil' fur Final I I 'IF.| .liai. HIof Christmas MerchandiseCOMING 1 h
linrti.mlKn' I.xr.'ul.l: ,
UN : of
-- -- I Ihi I Hllld .
--- it Inlay All of her children and 'litlltH I
Tn ttlnnlloillnnl. NYLONS
llniik or 51-Guage
Hpveinl grandchildren; were present .lnek..onlllr. "H ,rxi'lulor': lit. II''* IN VAST !
I; I Illllyy 4-lM"l Will and Ti-Htamrnt'. .laid
SOCIETY. <'oill. > __ ____ __ __ sweaters jackets polo I l,i><.........il. lly (I. w Krntli.r'r. Illtih.' ,lie, U S E: oun
shirt, underwear Hock & Y" *"-I'rr.ld.tit. a lid' Trust, "iru''rOTI $1.19FIKST
VtKl.i. IHtll.l!*'li; ( n NEW SuiiciT" Sow HIT M I..'hi urn 11.4 I H 11-2. I
. feel 'I 1'.., n.u iMlllahli' In I :&:tar Brand !shoes! STUMP'S.: Circles
A. 1 'unit' 'Iniiiiirh' rilnver' Baptist \ < l'i! Ill' att.i: I LAY AWAY PLAN
24. A 11-Inch well : pumpiiInotallrtl 1"h'I'\ : '" I Ala Paul Reynolds arrived In I I .
\3. or Writ. to: St.. ""k.. ,l'lt>', "'..1'h"1' | recently and rennmii.ininngement Met Tuesday ;rnl.H.'' : :,' limtrui'iifin'' :, I ; will: rre.dl'I urn' I
pns al uriil, and ,
,. n.8..I..I.Mac..nny.. 880 write or vUlt out' shop OurHnlfH of thp u 1'Ilt.n ill t Hi.'in"
j. :
/ Rtarke hotel
; .: I | .t rcKiilnr miNHlnn.. .
Kla 3-4tflyr & Srrrlr. 'ars will vUlt I tu In held
your liointt upon'' i iiui "t if Mis, Ki-vnoliH" served In this rninrllv ,, The Ida Darby Circle or the Mumliir' Niivi-min-r. 7.91'1., .11 HI ,nil. Quality Film Developing Printing And Enlarging
WMS of the IJiiptlHt Oniiili held' I n m. for Mm sale ,,t l.iiihlumii.' i I Iiltiliiniert. I :,
I three years during the IMiiiiiti -- ;| fill: .nlnltliiKf, etc : ,:.f ;ran, :
SELL YOUR TIMBER Federal Land Bank ? | <>n of Camp Blandlng. Mrs I'its regular meeting In the home I Ideation. iiroiuTty\ fnrnixi kunwnlas ,,,
NOW of Mm II M Rliluirdo wlrh Mm 1..Yu..H. i .'..1I1f ....1011"1")
I lA'lln Mae Weeks former man- :|1"11"( | in (irnn-l iintl' i.-liiimmii, riv OI'BNJAil.. Y 8:00 A. M. TO 10:00} I'. J/

Highest! Cash Prices Paid LOANS I rear. has returned to Georj'la.I! ;A. M. Rlchardn at hostess on I Hlri.i.IM. ,. Mtiirki', !.'!.rl.la. Tlili t>rnIKrir -
Tuesday afteinoon 1 nnxlxla| | or II ilMi-iiinir, halls
Low Interest I Mrs. Hubert Bronson of Orange/ imrtlallv .
Terms !
Long tinI' famished i
WILL BUY IN BULK See Park visited, her mother Mrs. W : The devotional was led by Mrs :niifl. IN to ,hf said| | IIH IM, whoa* lit.

OK IN UNIT It. W BRYAN ,: F.. Thornton this week. On Tuesday :'I. A. Oiinovit. program chairman. Iu:I'urilt.tHrr rviliovu.' budding will li... ,nllowiMl,mill, fiillilHliuiMi 111' days'. KOCH DRUG STOREPHONE

she left for Orangeburp S. ,I1'She used "Intercessarv Prayer I Irma .lh. |1.1'1. -ItcTh1. |
EDWIN W. PECKOr 740V.. ;Main Street N. : C.,. where she will make ''fina, Lost World" an the .sub- lloanl. mi-orv." the rlithl |Iff

John W. TurnerP. I Gainesville, Florida homePrlitft. hoi ."t of I the program. Those tnk'I'' rejft any ,iin. ,l nil. |iroiiiNiilHllruilforfl Cttunty| I llonril. 53 FREE DELIVERY

O. Box 463 I rut t below ing' part In the program!: Of I'linllr' l.sn'uriltin.'
FOIl HBVT Srvnral turniuhnd. S-, o cost! on II. p MorKun l'I"rrel"'Y
Gainesville Fla. 4Ac tl-nioni. ui'ui I ,'(uietitH. Moilfrn. WVMern. Clothing' u n rJ Moots at II.nz' 'Mrs. K. D. Tenly and III rHo L. O. J Jn II I. 4 II t I -w .__ _

I con,'...1"1"*''''. I rinrloNnil: yard with I, A ; .. .
and I lawn l-n-fi-r 1..111.| .liwith amnlllrhllilrcil ... '\ "':. )<" : _. c .. -: _' ..
Send me a postcard )1'' ". i.e.: ,i'. \Vynn,, Kant: ,' "

will come see you. StarkM B.'O'f' : .

Pi Fit'ASS".. \\\Nll.li: Iliivo, bought', -E-x II ::1 wi; HAM; A :'t1HlIlI'm'; : ; T MAHOGANY WINDSOR
BIMAIti'r} Auction' Ysale xx:hTw'1.dOwned ,I.Mnrki't. nits fur prloo pilMt In 'aMh all
& operated. l"v.I.I l I' nd..m. small none too large" hi I I.Hruwnlto I. Of The Famous ROCKERS $19.95 J
Jr. 1'''. 10M.: Live flak. Fla. 4-1 4tjlill.Ililt | | radio

FOIL IlKNTnll: : \\ .\:<;1'1:1': hi.ii. rnlntinx A. : ; ; I I ", & Wed.. Nov. K & !> IIOWELL' D 1 Ir\ ETTE111 i uonld. (, pert III( i |pill muchmore
F'urnishrd Apt masonry work "r ,am,, 'iM. 1 JOIM| < I'EATIIKK. : -
at 221 Tempi. Ave. J. 1I'h."t"l", "*.n ili-l. \ Stark' oru i iconvaet ) : : for I this 1 i scoop !

SALE' 11 ou, ft. giant "'"|.n.llv. St. MIH" ..Miinii'n" '. :N VV.it.liP r A I S (;' I 'I' S ______________ _", ___, .. _
Only 3'1.1.6'l !
l'hllc- .rrl.IO' tiepa ,
down pmt All di-liix llrnersl.fesltirinH. ..-. KOIl I ItKN'r: : t.|i..... In nttratlv,' ? t ? '\'K: .\ n.;: OHIII; si';i .rc'rluxs
I'I'll.'l'.t Nanworlhy 'J Imilim fiirn, apt .\l-.<. .an. unfiirh p ., ;a..p.
& a fnrn eot'uxi'ill WIIIo)-I IiHon = .. '
... fruit XInnulre St.. Htaike' II J '!
R.\rtUAI.V I.. hon< .n .
I' ,-ril ( I
nm 'jfl.hop.
I'I< Hollywood 10' Volt p1.. .,'ItKNT4rni Ire|: :lux. gas, & llIM'bath A nollxKi lll'.tl. I \ f Valued At Much: More( !

,..-- F'm'no, / IIHOIIII. |hi"| HI: H VV' ,:"., I Ir I .

WANTED r I-Mt, .Stark". Ip(| | SERVICE I i a. II I.iMi .. j.l Ii COIL SPRINGS $15.95

I FOR MAI 1.10!:: I r..ocIHt..1 Him'k An i ,,
Ella .I.nil.Vt. alo..." 'lllil' ) 'In II. "in '- I MYRNA J
I ) .
Turpentine Leases. ctrl 1 "..nl I.. /r. ,icv to handlM50 ('has. C. lu..I.11'. \ Single 'il.t'oI:
I '-' 1'.... VV II Sti,."i. t Innil. t "mill
WILL ALSO liUY I N .if l awtvi .n 11,1 l ZUO Hi' ShepherdAt MITCHUM -----.- -- ---- ------ - -- ----

YOUR TIMBeJK: : FOIL li.ST-4: :.: : I'm.10 Clan, A : rincottav (; Service StationCARPENTER'S (;rtEE; COM; ) ) Kin: (Come In and .select: n cnnifrirtiiMc;
1Ing''n' i' urt(. 1 KinifMh Jnj's \
In Bulk or Unit Lake llKU.1 nix 454 lip' 1 JOI1N STEINBECK'S 'llrinloI.!

With or Without Land FOIt WM.K;: L sod hlilir. t.lli-i. ii.. ,.. --.. I 59
WRITE or CALL her, ate 4r itiirf. & mutant'a.litflxturi.fi. _._-------- eJw'1441ty ;5-l'iece: 59 0 ('hakeSuits ,
.. ,
Nom larger nu'tnl' Vfii*" < if
Inn hi Inla in good, runil I'oinii ANn !
W. PARRISH : look thfum .ItKiim ov"r. llariciilnprlrffl i ( As: Low AH Colorsiet Thayer /
lo niovit. taxis Motor, CourtA i WINDS
Ph. 3 I.awtey, Fla. I ItHMrauranr,, N. Tnmplr .\..... II II. I t'

l I.i ($'1' In Stark art, Jl. tl-ini.n will SUMMERTIMETues.' i : ; ;; & Frl-.ov7'lo::, : ) & H H I I IGII I I

J.KT ['M ,UAV-AWAY toilny,your l'liHh ..u NinnytrlevlHlnn < .. I roll rlniNotify light lihiv M.lilti.lHiini,. It Judd5' wall oo\r.-. l (. : ; ; I> ': ....:A'flIlU.-; ((; Ready For" !>111 12Linoleum

.phnl.. ICuctlo trl A TclevlHlon trKoU ward. It -.I. I : ;;: ::::'l Cold Weather: C II A I IRS

H.kUU: : AlmoBt new U ft. 1 1'lul- irrulntintc h Will"niir li"iit fur iiili- HIMHIrondill.n | t ;; : ) I OfH'-E' a6RaaA/f/tA,
4.t: roomTommy '
ru rfrlici'rwlor. Tvrmx can he rranncU Attaway. 'HIT) l.afaii.,,. I II t 1AaAI, .' 1''
I' whew \\alnwriKht 1 I
It I III'] $ j Blankets! $ 8195 512.95C'2
I It .
I K 1,11 I.KNT: iiflirn, h'.UH. t riout ., I I' SINNER I
}'Olt HAI.K KlnnKley Court A : .n Slat r'niii" IM, 'l.lichti-, i ;
taxes i>n 1 err.s KInKHle) ultil w"1 hu, I>,,liat plar \ \\ ale. h1l\inice.
Ft,.aul "II"* 4' I "Ito l Hivn nn romlxliltt. 111) t i unto IOlletUalrfl mnn fAMI 1\5 Made of :
|>l.i llc llnnli-liiii IS X !
lv.> :v
i m iIa : {

Native CowsWANTED {WAN Pine & Cypress El) i I I t tI tI ) ,-. and. up rut fft to. widthn HI )mr, "i.t.. r.. y d'emiineliirch Wood



1 No piece tort itmall. or +
Marketing Costa =II PHONE Denmark Furniture Co.


Write P. O. Box 12 I Day 64 NightS PHONE:" 151 STARKE. FLA.FRIDA .
Box: 203 Lake Butler, Fla. Mutt K
Highland Fla. '_ --.. --. TL .. ... .. harry Klt/rrrnM/ j. .. .' .

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R. P. McLendon, Mrs. Bryan ':; Silver Wedding anniversary of I'KNTKCOSTAL.; : HOLINESS with the 1'lanH, Specification. and I Oxneva Meant,, whoa residence. I II Appmr. UTATK OP VLOIII.>A lot Order .f Pnbll'.lli.. e and Notice tpprar. .
I Hpeclal Provisions, of the Mtate Itonil unknown: John Turnbuw whose residence In .' OTATM Of KI.OHII .ol
STATE FARMBy Whitfleld. Mrs. J. M. Bradley, their son and doughterInhw.I 10th St. and Temple Ave partment.. Hpi.fliil 1 attention le l You am required to appear on unknown: '..Imrlax Jodwar.81..11.l ., whose renlil .
Mrs. J. Q. Caldwell and Mrs. W. Mr, and Mrs Nat Mayo. Sunday School 0.45: a. m.; Morn called to Xperlal 1'rovlnloiiH whirr I Nov. 2ft, IU!!. In the am required to appear on I nre and adilrexH In tot North
will be furnlnhed with each pro- Court unit' raumi namml New J.r.ov:
I Mr. Ninth Street
M..... Bryan Whltflrlil O. Strlngfellow to join the players New Farm residents are ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic l poHal.I'roponnls. plaintiff fteekfl IlvHphbllnhvk vk. AllvlruuueahHradfordep l You are rnqulrnl. to
at the refreHhment hour. Asa and Mr A. Crawford and their Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone '' will tin furnlHharl: to County Tel. urnDli ( .. County November 2X, liM'l In the shots
who Quell, led Contractor upon appllHtlnn thin Ordern/ next 4 weekly lemieii.Wltneen Tnlrirrnph nhnll publish thl* Order named Court and entree, whorelnplulntlff
the occasion tee little Carmen .
of daughter
memento wplems tn thlH office KOIt TDK my hand' anil I ..crlclal..ol i In n..xt four weekly |HIHI".. / Hnvkii divorce. rumoily. of
COMMUNITY CLUB hostess presented a handkerchiefto moved Saturday:! from Ralford Into BI'M OF 13 FOH IOACII f'KUI'OMAU at HlRrko Florida thin October Inv ess my hand l and official rely al child. title to property, etc. llrad-
The regular meeting: of the the honoree.II.I.I.O"'E'EX. the Meng houno. .it t trial l.'urf. llrn.lr..r ', In < fcnnrrrr.I office for the sum nf in for each (OFFICIAL SKAM A. J. Thames 22 1M! 8. itch this Order In next four weekly
Community Club was held in the Jim 11. Godwin left Monday for I Aiilhuny:, :::: omnium, IM-ilntiff.) v*. ...to No propoHHlx. will be issued A. Clark of Miifcl' Court (OFFICIAL.. HBAM A. J. Thomaa. I..uu.
Club Rooms lust Tuesday after PARTY I( Minx t I'lul' IVHIIO illurdanii, 1-U'fenii unless reqiiMtH' for them are. rereived ,. 10-2H 4t 11-18 A. Clerk of MId Court Witness my hand. and offlclnl seal
Palm lionc-h/ County where he ham .inf <"a... No. 7Sfi9.llrilrr I I office at least 4Hhoiire Florida, this Octo..r.
noon. Mrs. Lawrence Dug gor. The Community Club held Its arcrptecl I a position. Until the or .*...>ll.-..1101 and V,.ire <.. p frt: to the time for opuiilnffbldn. In Circuit. ('onr.. llrndforil Cunnt7. dtr 4t- 11-18 At 2M, 19.Hnirke' ...
First Vice-Prosldent, directed the annual 1lullr,wer' festival Saturday t l>l>nir. XIAIIOK. Fl.lllllllot Kl.* rttliti In C lM.nrvrr.Annie In fie..Ids f........ i radford Caaftn ( A. ...,
( Seasonal. decorations completion of housing arrangements M.i r1 I'Milovano. llltirtlano! whose! All Mils must show totals' for Mjrrln 1'm.o hew' PlulnMff I vs. Klorl.lni In (.ba.......,.. OFFICIOAsF of said Court
business session. At the beginning evening. ; ,UIKt address. :IK il I WHItl ''nrh Item and total amount nt : .Ilofnndant: : .
there Mm. Godwin will be I.nld "acv John Turnbow. Cuss Nu.7S H Or." joIl,- lK ph'ln'irr\ vii Charles i il.vi.var.l Py Haven Cronhy. I>. f.riH.iic .
of the social hour Mrs. 1..1 and appropriately costumed a l I. I'lucv.. I'.r-nklyn. Nnw York l,ld. Inserted on the rover of the S.Onlcr. Steels, D,,fend nt. Case No .. I,. I'Htton, Mliirko.' Florldn'..,
A. introduced to folk turned the club rooms Into with her mother Mrs Peggy Y?>II itt req u,1 to ..1'1 pmr cm propoHal. of Piinllrnllim and Null... la 7.Mil.) I I Ally for IJlf 10-21 41 It-It
Shepherd Shatter In Starke. :'oJ.J". I.:)19.( In l the above l nxmcdCourt The right In reHnrvnil to reject
Club Mrs.V.. R. Morse of Starko I 11 veritable land of spooks. old citiirftf, whnrvln plmntlffKeck any or nil bldHtttiite I' ---- .--
who reviewof Winners of prizes: were Joe and Mr and Mrs. W. A. 1 Kirkland dlvorcu.: :; :Knidforil: I'nuntyri'li'Hruph : Itoad pnrtment" of Florida I
an interesting
gave and Mr. and Mrs. A C. Kirkland! shall. putillKh this Order Alfred A. MrKthan (Chairman n
"The Plague and I" by Betty Steve Harden. Brian Kucora in n.'.' four. weekly |HHII"IIUlnioHH Hum I* Turnbiill State
Rivera Stubblns and Jean and their sons were in Dayton my hand and official seal Ut 1114 Highway Kng-lnver: THOUSANDS' r f WINDOWS)
McDanjel. The hostesses Mrs. Mary Sund.lY because of the death of .nt. !siarko.' Florida.. this l>utol""r
R. II. Cox and Mrs. It. J. Kucera Dugger. 2.;,. 1919.ul.'FICAL! :>. In 'lrrult Court, Hrndforil CounlT.Florlilni d WINDOW Al :Smashing; Low Prices!
their Franklin lemiickn
served sandwiches with coffee. relative ( HKAT.) A. J. Thomas, In C'hnnrerr.Holiert I
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Godwin were Mrs F.mmlL Rivera, Mrs. W. N. AII Clerk of mild. Cuurht0' lame L.onerfcnn Plaintiff '* !I.ite Sinj.1 J Sash!
I l Ilitvon fronijv, D. C. VN., Iternlce Shaw LonurKan, I'vfund- 1 45
BRIDGE CM'B MEETING hosts at their home Sunday to Mr. I Prln/rt< Harry Pringle and, Mr T. Frank I..ndrum. Btarke, Florida, ant. Cane Nn. 7BSHllrilrr _. MM 151ndows. . ? f=' .
and Mrs. V. R. Reddish of Law- and Mrs W. S. Rivers and their Ally fur J'lf. 10-38 4t II-IK Publication' Coil >otlrc. tutrprer. "-
Bowls of colorful flowers accentuated I I'TH OK PI.OHIO tot II I
the charm of the II. M. toy and Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Godwin children all of Auburndale visited *OTirK "'0 0TM,fTOIIOllli'ii INTnlce Show I.oneriran. whose r*.MIdonne 'SfcA. v-fe -
I of Gainesville. The occasionwas Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews and if the HtulB lloud. ln.pHitmont In Mid-Ocean Club*. Tuckers. 1 12-MTK nnnttr.' >}:-IIIING: WINDOW'SWill. ::
TUcharde home when Mrs. Rich- 'I'iillillmMHiiB. Kl'irldil, Ortnhfrl9, 1MUMnlntriinlKv I Town liurmuda, British Went Indies !
Mr and Mrs. C. D. Sellers dur "Frames-
arde entertained the State Farm In honor of Mr. Reddish and Conolructliiii I'roHrmn "' :

Bridge Club Wednesday afternoon Mr. Godwin Jr., whose birthday ing the past week. Mr Crews j I I the Hiniliiil CoimnhiiH' bldH. Hotel will, I h.Miami recttlvvil Klnrld.i' .atI *November You are 2a required. 1019 In to npponr the above on :1': 'tt\ESE ReduledTn.! . . . . $j phiti1.ANSItEENS :

of last week. As holder of anniversaries were Tuesday, No- tore hnd Spencer Crews and Miss from (Uiinllflril. Contractors. until named Court and cailMe, wherein LOOIt ; : EACH
Mrs. Dennis Fancher vember 1. Billy Miles of Starko and Mrs. Sellers with, their vlHl- 10.30: A.M. (B.ST, ) on the Itth day plaintiff sunk. divorce. I1r.'nrolC..nty ;t\ICES 0 ;
high score of NnvrmhiTt 1t1. for the conctructlon Telegraph' shall publishthis Of.2.jc

won a box of soap and for second joined family members for Sunday of supper the Godwin birthday IT'It'nVhlltlt'ld celebration attended In honor the of,I, ''le .'....1.of..-..the Jiilm. followliiK>,<.". :UMIII-IHM worldrt Order my In next hand 4 and weekly' official'IHHUOIIWltneee seal' .- ____Jl-: __. ---1
high score Mrs. P. D. Fan. :
'IUMOI-III.' TilxttMand: Tail-IMHI at Htarke Florida, thla October -- -
cher received a unique assortmentof L. F. Chapman Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr. Fronle Clemons at her horn Uoiiil. No 2(10.: llrurirord, Clay anilIxivnl 25 In.9.
gift cards. For in"bingo" In Starke Sunday. I I :. 1'ounilei"., :hr lwet.n' north; In- (OFFICIAL SI) A..) A..1. Thomas, LUMBER
winning G. Godwin and Mr. and :Mrs. I I i >rtcet inn of Hampton c"ut-nff soil| AR Clerk of said Churl
Mrs. H. J. Kuoera received DeWitt SI nine)r attended a reception Mrs J. Foster of Melrose and Kiiiid No. 22S .ut. ..Maxvllla. loo.Work with toniiiHlHt fly Steven Crosby, Deputy Clerk BRICK; f SIDINO I FURNITURE
a handkerchief. In honor at the Summerfleld home her guest Edward White ofi i;1 u ItltuinlnoUM of resa Mlimrnl fitclnur Neal acct Coat: amid T. Frank. T.nndrurn 8tnrke" Florlila.Atty. 2x1.: 2Gt> 2\K' 4*
for rif. 10-2H 4t ll-l
of Mrs. ,C. O. Partney. Mrs. Rich- ,of Commissioner and Mrs. Nathan Youngstown/ Ohio wore visitor IIItumlnoiiH HvtrHH'l MurfHCft (:Court. 4 ,"(.-I.MiTHSRegular .: ;

arde Invited Mrs J. M. Hembree Mayo Sunday afternoon. This of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Grtnerl i I "Tli'II."..IfiiKth. Job. 'o.IH:I"npi'roxlnmtnly". -II I. Himil. No.82910 2:10.: In Circuit| In C..rt.Cknnrerr.Keriford Bradford. Ceeatr.Florida $4 sq. a IVr I 111/,1/ . S25 BENCHES

and Mrs. J. L. Cooper of Starke ,event was in celebration of the Thursday. I IKnrouto ttriiilforil' County .between Itond No. Tuinlei. Meant, Plaintiff. 7 FT. I.KNGTHS; :

and their visitor, Mrs.j. F. Williams \ ,Golden Wedding anniversary of l from Lubbock Texas I| :S'xi mile' and enst.Yurk It point approximately to consist of 0.110 conj.trtifMlnir leneva 75KO.Order. Meant, Defendant Case No. Special IVr t H.no . . $-10f.KT. 50c up

Mrs. L. A. Shepherd. -Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mayo and of the to their new home in West Palm a Hit uminnue ItotreailHiirfar ..( Pubtleatlon and Notice toAppenr. LENGTHS:
('nurse. The l<*nffth IM
ati- Ntnte of "'I
Rpiii-h where Mr. Partney l Is a |1."II11.'v. 0 110 mlln.( "Db0.: S3.50 IVr J 1000/ . 0 0 $3O PICNICTABLES I

hospital attache Mrs. C. O. Part 1MtrJ-Iml.>,tinty, between Hnad No.Hond too No.Ilrndfordfr 200 antis RELIEF FROMt tae & |Ix > Sheathing:

Af, t", 11M fite- ney and their daughter, former point appruxlinately. 0.427 mileHniithf'HKt. .. QUICK Per1nu(1( () . . $:.tOupJx.J
Farm residents visited friends Work to oonHlHt of r Symptom of Dlstre**Arliinj Iron Fr.:>>m $2.75
worklnir existing lime rock bane : & Ixl $25 ur
51iM6 tRIIIId here.. Wednesday and Thursday rind 1 applying a HltunilnouM HtirfmeTrpatmont STOMACH ULCERS
Trio length In npproxllimtnly -
Mrs E. J. Yarbrough spent 0427 mil.. A certified chink DUE TO EXCESS ACIDFre.B..kTellsofHom.Tr.Mm.nttha
In the amount of 2000.00 will be I I
Sunday In Gainesville with Mr.
/tom #Ie jai. :fenulreit., I I .
and Mrs. Albert
For each proposal a certified
It Will Cost You Nothing
H.lp or :
shuck In the utateil abov
Mr. and Mrs. Milo Selgler ami mafia: payable to the Chairman ill; Ovor throe million bottles t he "''...UIIII SHEET IRON PLUMBING HARDWARE f
their son, Mike, of Talliihasnce the State Road Department, with TB....TU.,.T heve been Mild for c Ii.r the necessary feftute'ii. I> (' ymptomiiofdtHtrciuiarlMlnK. from ...._hand
spent the weekend with Mr. and HtampM attached must D_....Ulcere due to been: Acid_ n\I.V; .\\IXM'' :/) > TOILETS
IU Mrs. Bryan Whitfleld. na.'h hlil All certified rh ,''ashter.'I I Pace DI..../.... ..U" or Upset .toma.li* M....M..e klnn. r....... Oloen.MIT IS-inch E lrs
: lot certified. within 0n days G.I_.. He""' _... ....pI_., .t... FLAT SHEETS ...!.... ... <...... ..lll..1n. to heavy
Patricia Wlllard who Is spending dati. for relvlnic bid.. ( dun to 1:.....A.'''.Sold on 1ft day' trull Only TEE: HINGES
the winter with her grandmother check will not be B..PI.'I. The Auk for *lllire]'> Meiuge" which fully \t -4
check of the two lowest bldd..rll' tlila trcniiiienttree--at Random. Si/r Imlj3c
Mrs. Emma Rivers. in xplolnn ril'B'; FITTINGS it A ..llh/ Ilrami I'mCut
will' be depoHlted." I KOCH DRUG STORE '
'r Auburndale was here with her All work to be done In accordance per Over5OM Off 1

parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers :! 2000 fret (';t! -
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: last weekend. Mrs. Sellers! sq. ft. :t.(.... r..h.. II*!' r.. Sad Each:

arid baby Emma Lou returned to p'rial 29c tl. ..

\ DEARBORN Auburndale with Patricia for a Your I best buy I in a GARDENTRACTOR .. 1 Lo

visit with Mrs. Rivers and other .
relatives. ---T ---
Lift-Type I II ..
I Earl Chambers of'
and children ..
Live Oak THE .==... -_ .' '. _'_ .

I I guests/ of were Mr. and Sunday Mr.Supper J. E. ELECTRICAL SUN iIDt'mi J" :!.

TANDEM DISC Chambers.Mr. vurO QUE7.N 1 $875
I'ielurer ,Isar ....\. ._=. ..J Ill. .
\ and Mrs J. G. Caldwell and .... ilrh ,lio\e. >., p.nnilhurK

Frances Caldwell visited Mrs J. ri'ndiiii. Hirr. I
with built-in angle.. never needs changing H. Caldwell In Ocala Saturday Pnnlrarlni. 4 S.\ > K .

Mr, and Mrs. R. P. McLendon :iU',. 10 MI'Txrxle Buy A Home
Nothing Ilka It on the market! This great disc can 1>. attached to a '
lad! as their guests last weekend ... 'I'
<4iirhr and I Iiu
Ford Tractor In it oft the by Just"s Performance Kin* hnme. !built. free C.
a minute or !I.** You lift ground Mr. nnd Full Power mf> Hl.inrlinG selected huildinr
Mrs. Rudy McDonnell |> <"" 'ulo, planted
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moving the Ford Tractor Hydraulic Touch Control lever. Speed down lri5c <>i fan to fnur hrriroomn". annow from ii'}" 10 :<|112'.
and their little of Dunnellon for t:,oih' .....
son Balanced Easy each .d Inuit SK.K 111 K Mn|>n. IfOMK!: !'IlO\\( U'
the highway with no wearing or chipping of blade. nnd. Mr. and Mrs Charlie Cogdilli .AVI':< in. \.M: >I.MI': .

In the field you lift the dine for turning. of Oajnesvilln, 0 Handling Complete

Tills prevents ridging dirt naves lime and fuel. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Flllyaw and l I Line of Quickly I

Lift It over wet spots and for backing, too. son, Tommle, of Lake Butler were Rig2ti AttachedImplements OI'KN S 1 A. M. TO 3 I'. :M. 'to'\,::. 'I ,HIM' :S\T.-CI.OSKD SI NDAYSBeautiful

%. There's never any pulling at ropes or levers. dinner, guests of Mr. and Mrs. M, priced

"r1""'" nnIe of gauge and rigid 1 l frame give D. Young last Sunday. |I <' a '
F"tt "" '''' Miss .royce' Oliver of Ft. Lau-.' ,,' 1' I 1 I ll l'i
41".1, uniform result nt nnv .Ii'! T h l Ii .ircd. I
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I lof broken received when hit IOTIO: IIOTIC'K op n.MTIOITh l-"uls II Hill. Clerk. Troy floasett.Bhlpman .
than 30O attending: per SundajEl Presbyterian Church a leg "o Whom It May Concern NolleIs Hnard of Public.. InUQ..II..n. Xnpp, O. J. Phillips.Flrrtlosj .
I C )(ann. Jr., Superintendent : fell from a tree last Friday. r ; herehy Riven that I have til* I.I of Hradford County, FlorlrtiV. herebyCMtl preclnrt ..l.. S. *.. ...-..
I Mlsa my final I rvtnrn and will on th and gives notlr" "r a SperlalKlxctl.in I .
I Ann Carter had _
Training Unions gather at 6:1: :. Morning Worship 11OO o'clocl a very uu. day of November 1949 appl'to to b* held AH TuemtAv. Nov. T Kale M Wllh.n.Hi. .clerk,: Nat; Wllllama.Klertlnst O I. i.y.

I with Unions for all ages to accommodat The theme of Mr. Kaufman' j painful and aerloua accident laa the County Jud e or KradforiCounty. ember .Uj In ttpectM Tux HrhoolD.evtrlct .. .....%
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Saturday when the of Florida, for final. t>'lschara'' :No r.f Bradford County.Florid.
: the more than 10O at sermon is. "Let The Church BoI top a pot as Administrator of Ihe Kstate: 01, .*, th* boundarlen of the ald I K. F liemurt-st. Clerk: P I. Bride**.
'. tending. Mrs. C. G. PrUst. dlI The Church". Many .worthwhll blew off lending steam and ho John I* I water Into her face. Her %'eilorla. Snider Adnilnl.tratrla *>,iHrf coite *iv* with. th. boundaries Preclaet. ... 4. Orakejsillleonr
Vi s I rector. I organizations have had the! many; 19-14 41 11I. -. of th* county a* prescribedbv River*.. Clerk' ; John McKta*
Mid-week service held regularly genesis and rise in the church oChrist. I friends wish her a speedy re Section 2S0 St. Florida ittatutes. ney, Berry Dyal.* John 8urrenc7.Klrrttmm .
flrevll f..r.. Hr.4ret4 C'eaatTFlorida 1941. an amended by Chapter JJ7J < .. ..
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SlffiMfty 'I Wednesday at 7:30: led by the But the Church la stll covery. I IMra. i !. < kaaeerr.H. I......, of rtorlda. 147. 1<.1.1 *)*.ctlonto J. Wrnn.9Tfflmrt Clerk; K. H W.n.,_...
Pastor and attended by the n..arly; the Church. For it Christ die* : Florle Durham who la employed .'. S<>rn.n. IMalntlfr. vs. RdniNorman. b. held at .h. usual poll in* plac B. L. Uln.on. W H. MaxwelUKleetlws
In las:: Defendant. Cane No. ?.'!* In each votlnjc precinct In ..1 M "rttun*
Us) who make this "the Sweetea and to it stiU comes the blessing. Gainesville spent Order *f rwbllmtlesj aad ..letle* ffPI ty fnr th* purpnn* of *.1..lIn. thre*. peeelsiet. 9I.. *X T1ier *.M s
At The Tabernacle Baptist Church Hour of the Week." A cordial Invitation of Christ In all its spiritual functlons. Sunday here with her mother % >eeir. KT1TK nW KI.OKIIH" leKdna tru.te** for all th* public* ivhool"within Clyde W. H. alIbi.lleney.,. Clerk H. M.: Felix tlersexetUsj HuJUvas,
.. tti boundarUa of SpecialTax -
I Mr*. T. J. Terry. Norman who* reddenc' andaddrv *
I is extended to all to join ** Is I40S llolman Ktreet Kin- -hool r>ti.trlcl Nl. Kach or: .::1. preelart. Me* T. lew BtvevlU
The Youth Meeting Suturdny. Harvest Moon baptizing service In these worship services U not Sunday School 9:43 a.m. Fathers The basketball game schedule .ton, N. O.: the thre* trutea .ahatl .t. elected )01. John, Clerk: Heddlsn. Ad-..
with the Baldwin B team for last You are required. to appear onNovember by th* qualified elector of naldcounty Prank Tomllnson Jay Wood,
night at the Tabernacle was climaxed this Sunday will be held In the attending church cbewh..re.II and mothers are Invited to Ztst. I1". In the ahovi. but not mor than on* Iru.i. *-I I.w....H preelnet !51 e. M. slgiiee.
children to Sunday: Monday was not played becautxof n.n.rd Court and cau*.. wherein ...> aha 11 com from any on* re.ld l- ( Itaud* Crews. Clerk: J W.
with a spiritual message new building of the Flrnt Baptist bring the the rain. plaintiff seeks divorce.' Vlradford *>nc* dtntrlct for which a county Kelly, Howard .& K. T. Stew.art. .
Methodist Church School and remain for the Bibli County Telea-raph shall. publish thli Hoard member 1" provided by law .
by Rev. Landry of New Orleans I Church of Starke following Class and the church service. Th< I 1 Dan Hall and Jamea Gill vis'Itted Order In next four weeklv. Issuesltness Th. permn. qualified. to hold auch TUB' HOARD OF PUBI.If! IN8TKUCTION -

La., who spoke aJito at the Sunday, the regular Sunday evening Hap II "Spiritual Preparation" Is the Friendship Class for men ami. I, relatives in Lawtey last Sun \\Starke.my Florida hand' and, thl official* OctoberOFFICIAI. *ealat office number and of who vote recelv* caat* for th* greatest electionof I ..I..o11"1A.fHADFOHDCtH'NTT. II P Mor.n. .

and evening services.ThlM py Hour at 7:30.: The evening o'clocl meets In the church at day. trutiteva:, eublct to rh* limit I a- ... .....r..r,.. lelT HI1H
morning for the 11 women
sermon subject I < RKAIO A. J. Thorn*. 'Ion prncrthd above* nhall *irv* forth
being the Fifth Anniversary ermon bv the pastor "Changing hour Sunday mornin Spiritual 10:00: o'clock. You will enjoy I i A* Clerk of tald Court ennulnir two year* a. trustees
Membership" will follow the per with us, and aha ring our I, Deeds Recorded Fly Ifaven Crosby: P. O.Cha For a*14 ecnool district.Th i
of the passing of Mrs. F A. Scott of preparation depends upon the experlenre meeting K Hess. 104-Oi iod of congregational singing 1' the teaching of Florida.Atty. .
and response of each Individual study under Jackaonvllle: 1 .
C'I I for aald 8p* lalT JK !School
The lovely flowers for the service requested hymns and gospel I Recent deeds recorded In the for Tlf 10-JI tt 1111la '
Christian. Our Intentioi M. Turney. District No. 1 ahall alao t-J wo ted on
were placed in her memory. I IMra. choruses led by the piano-organ {j' and attitude are of utmost 1mpnrtann I' Junior Fellowship at 6 o'clock; court house were; I1ree.lt (....... Bradferel Ceastr, an.l determined At th* ame tlm.
dun of Mrs. Morse and Mrs. Mann.j Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walnwright Klarldai la < kaaeery.h ...
Cora Canon Young of I *. Certain elements are every Sunday evening. All oC! >tt.. w...... IMainllff, vs. CarterClyde. : a. prescribed by I. Tit. iVtunty
Jacksonville a former resident of The Youth Chorus under the direction of Episcopal Starke to Lorenzo Griff of Kaiford. Walt No. Hoard of Public Instruction.. In ae*
Defendant. Cae
composed becaDM
necessary in this preparation It: I jour society ,' cordate"* with th* provlnlnna of H.cJlft C-exNnuliioarelire**promptly
Starke was a visitor to the Tab of Mrs. Mona Canova will we are to be satisfied with our and Presbyterian Youth wtsli Lota M.: 59 and Wl-2 of lot ; 7SO Order. .( r...11..1.. aadellre. teAppear. 13 OIHal. Florida tVhool Law*, it goci nihl to the. test of the trouble

ernacle Sunday and a dinner sine also. Sunday morning at the I own experience and contribute: to thank the Stumps for the treat 60 In Woodlawn. sec. 31, t\p. 3 ,,rTK UK PI.OHIIIV' l.l Imum 144, ban mtltaic determined* ansenement that |h for* min the to help looea sad expel germ .Isdea

guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. First Worship Service at 9:45: the most to the Spiritual experience I they gave us last Sunday evening range 22 E. 'I Charter la unknown.Clvde Watt*, who** reldenc. ensulnir blennlum for th. support phlegm sad aid nature to aoothe and

T. Qulgley. Pastor's message will be the of others. I The Panel discussion led by Oliver Mr. ana! Mrs. T. J. Alderman ol Tou are required to appear nn and ... : in"'b.OI.aid all district th* publicrhool tob Seal raw., tender infianttd branchialmucoui
with Hampton to Carl Rhoden ol November Slt, u... In the above membrane*,Tel your drug*)**
!Mint Helen Deutnch of Miami, "Strongest Man In History" Our faith has to do with th.practical Anpinwall last week on Radio and named Court and ..au... wherein *: nil bottle of Cnomulaioa
Mrs. Mona Canova directing the where God meetiUN Missions was most interesting I I Hampton. NE quarter of theNW plaintiff *eeka. divorce and custodyof n l strict Curreol School Fund 0 to you a lika
China for point with the. umkniaodina muM
a missionary to a number ; of 28 child BradfordCounty mllla.ftchool ; you
music and organist. I In our daily needs and when This week the Program wilt bi quarter sec. twp. T S. Telegraph shall nublieh' thl* nulldlntf And Bus Rserv* the way it quickly allay* the. rough

of years with the Oriental'I At the regular 11 o'clock Sec something happens to us as a re-: led bv Jack MI1l r. I I range 22 K. I Order In next four weeMly: INIIHVltreea Funit a mills.For or vou. are to have you W anoney tk.CREOMULSION: .

Missionary Society group will ba ond Worship Service the sermon suit of that meeting. The them! The Session will meet on Monday Mr. and ),(ra. L. J.Vynn ol at\ Htarke,my Florida hand anil this orfU'lal OctoberIV seal th. purpos* of holdln said
election In each of th* votln preclncta -
at the Tabernacle Friday evening. hv Rev. Hnines will be "Andrew1 : "M..etinCOO" deals with one evening at 7:43.Congregational : ,! Hampton to Mr. and Mrs. M. M. M4 of the county, th* following
I I In / Williams of Hampton. Tract ol (OFFICIAL SEAt.) A. J. Thorn*. are appointedlea (tor Coughi.Chest Colds,BroncrurigALVAREZ'
November 4 at 7:30: o'clock. Ml&dDeutsch Johnny on the Spot", the first i November Meeting on Sunday clerk and Inspectors
phase of the Study As Clerk or ssld Court. .
... !N. I. Lawteyl
:1. srecleet
was In a Japanese concentration 1 series of messages for November 'which Is "Our Faith in God' B.: November 13, after the land in the NW1-4 of NE1-4 oi By Haven. Crosby, D. t
camp for two years Friends of Jesus. Mrs. Lucille : see :3D, t"p. 7 8, range 22 E. Atty. for Plf. 10-JI 4t ll sure to read the booklet by this: morning worship. I
and has many Interesting experiences Green will direct the choir. I rirrsiK ...... nradferd Ce.a.r. "
I : title this week. l. rirralt. <'ear>. rlrerfterd fewisjtnr'larlrfai FUrldai. la 4 kaairerr.Darnell STORE rw; t"f4; I
to relate concerning her Sunday School meets at 9:45: I If you have not gotten youipacket Isj t hmmrvrr.Ituth A. Illll. I'lalntirf, vs ..10.1t.1I. .

.work in the Orient. maintaining its average of more of "Our Faith" bookl..ta.'contact LONG BRANCH : lliicirlnbtitham Fltmwater: Itefendant. Case No Till
I'Umtlff.' v* WllhHm Noal Killwater. 4trdev e, Pakllreittosj a.4 Retire latppeeir.
I' the Pastor this week. crrnil-*->t Ca. *.. No. 75 J.urder "T'TK Or FI.OHIIIt .elJ
StricklandHomer ef fvkllralloa aad >"llce t* .. Hill, whose relileni-e. 'Is >tl
Mr*. J. L. e
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. The Church School' attendanct By '._... UTtTK. lie FL.OHIIII. lei Cherry ".....t. Plneville, Kentucky,:
moved up again last Sunday \\ llllam Neal .Kltlwater whie reIdenc *- Tou ar. required to appear onNovember

-Lewis D. Haloes Pastor Were you present? Be sure to b4 Padgett was discharged ', an4: addreiia I* Urownton. W.Vimlnla named Court flat,and 14*cause. In ,Ihe, wherein above Is It Wrong According To The Bible -

v there next Sunday at 9:43.: Gel from the Starke hospital Saturday Vuu are required to appear en'So..emb..r plaintiff, seek* divorce. BradfordCounty
I'. 1949! In the ..I>o".l
Morning Worship 11:00 Happy Hour 8OO In the habit before cold weather but had r Teleejraph shall publish this
afternoon Oct. 22. named Court and "U. wherein Order In next four weekly Issues

Sunday School -9:4.1 Training (.'nloD-6t3: gets here.Church. I to return Wednesday afternoon. It plaintiff o( seeks former divorce name.and flradfordI'.mnty restoration at Witness Stark.my Florida hand anil, this official October seal, To Use Instrumental Music: In The Church?

Midweek Service Wednesday. 8:00 t1. M.We .seems the rough road was to muchfor Telegraph shall pulillnh this 17. IIn
suffered Urder In next. four weekly lnurs.Vltness OFFICIAL. 8E.M.) A. J Thorn.*,
Richard Lang a (
the : Of Christ him. \ my hand and officialseal As Clerk of said Court, Pastor Bob Gray will speak on this! timely
wish to apologize for overcrowded conditionsexisting revere attack of Indigestion Saturday at HI..k... Flurltla. tlila' IH-tobrr Ally, for I'lf. 111.1tt ll-ll

last Sunday night for the regular services. Our lectures will begin next! night Oct. 29. but Is better 11. 1 41OKKICUI.. .
( 8..U.) A. J Thomas.A 1* riremll four. *. Hredfer* Ceaalr.FlerMat night at 7 :30 o'clock at
We shall try to make room to accommodate the Increasing Lord's Day under the tent located : now. Mrs Strickland has beenlIutt..rlnlll' Clerk. of said Court. la 4 kaavery.Halvsnor question Sunday
Hy Haven' Crosby, I>. C. IVAmloo, Plaintiff vsItafaeia .
: crowd this Sunday when the Pastor's messages on tli. corner of 10th and severely with stomach T Frank l.andrum. Utarke, Florida, *D'Amlco, Defendant. C...
will be Walnut. We extend to the public ulcers, but Is some better. J. L. Altjr. for IMf. 10-14 4t 11.4 Nit. Tint FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton
: | .fcllatle.. asd "Metlr' t* ,
Urder r
First Service 9:45: A. 1\1. : "A Strong Man" a cordial Invitation to attend Strickland ha* been suffering with .. f Iresjlt <'e.rt. nradferel 1'eaatr, A._.. NTtTM OF FUORIII4. .elItafaeia
each st'rvlce.'e have some outstanding 1 skin cancers for some time. Last .' arMsji !. ....rerr.Marln flAmlco. whose residence'

Second Service 11 A.M.: "Andrew-Johnny on the Spot"Happy speakers for each subject Sunday upon request four ministers I Itlsso 1'orlso I'erlvn, Iiefendant., Plaintiff CaM: No.vs.Alberto and addre*,* New la III York Not car*Mire.I.Hchenecteulr Mrs.Allc .. Bible School at 10.00 .A. )1. BTU at 6:30: P. H.

Hour 7:30: P.M.: "Changing Membership"Outstanding and you will miss much il I of the Gospel. Clyde Wilkinson I' 1SU. Colons:
I .
e Sunday night will be Moonlight you miss a single sermon. Then I Edward Harvey. Percy HTATK' Of KI.OHIItl lei November* II, 149, In th* above
will be no collections taken at Knight and Rev. Waller with I I Ur. Alberto I'erlKO. whose rest named Court and caus*. wherein
Baptizing in the new building. II d..ace and addrens Is via MufflaNo plaintiff seeks divorce. ITadford
I IV' any time. some lay members called at 3, Lavaa'na, tlenoa. Italy: County. Telegraph shall. publish this'
"Vlsl The Church With The Visiting" ....tor"' Services this Sunday as follow Strickland's residence and offered You are required to appear onNovember Order In n..1. four weekly IssuesWitness ,
14. If.,. In the above and official
a: Bible School 10 a.m.; Morn- prayer In behalf of the afflicted, named Court and cause, wherein seal at Ktarke my, Florida hand thl* October I CREWS SERVICE STATION
ing Worship 11 a.m., subjicl: with the laying on of hands and plaintiff' seek* divorce and restnrattm II MMOFFICIAL I
of maiden name. Hradfordf'uunty HKAt.) A. J Thoma*.
'Trinity of the Gospel"; Lord1 snnointlng with oil.'e do know Teleicraph shall publish this ( A* Clerk of saM Court

Supper 12 noon. Young People'iBible the Great Physician can healwhir Order In next four weekly lnuesWltnens Ity Haven r-rosbv. r CT. Sinclair Gas & Oils
my hand and official Frank Ij ndrum. Starke, Florida. !
The Public Is Cordially Invited Class 7 p.m.. topic "Bap all others fall. seal at Htarke, Florida this October Ally for Pit It.U"1.4 :
tism; What is It For?" Evangelistic I J. L. Strickland and his stepdaughter II. 1.t 49UFF1CIAI. .
( II' .U.) A. J. Thomas, -
To Attend These Lectures Sponsored service under the tent 7:30p.nl. Lorene Fields, celebrated A* Clerk 01 said Court: 7 RJ IfItI Sl I WASHING, POLISHING, GREASING

.. subject "The Power of the their birthdays by giving ny Hen Crosby, t> CT "' 0CFi6fi REPAIRS
Frank Ijindrum Utarke. Florida. EXPERT
The Church Of Christ In The Tent Written Word." i I a party Saturday night. Mr. Ally for IMf. 10-14 4t 11-4 ,
By Services will begin In the tent Strickland was 68 years old Sun- Goodrich Tires Tubes & Batteries
I.. I Irevlt C..... Hrsdferd (.. ,
Fla. each week day night at 7:15 p.m. I Inv and Lorene reached the ripe I Klortelai la I baeieeey.Oreta. .Ir.1

At Walnut & 10th Streets, Starke, On Sunday. November 6, there. old age of 16 last Friday. SeveralfrirndK Hurlcv' Kflle Dllmore Mirers rllfers' flnlntlff.Lirfeudanll's .. TEMPLE A"E. OPPOSITE COUNTY JAIL

will be an all-day aervice with came In but due to rains. >.. No 1MIOorder
SUNDAY. Nov. 6, 7:30 P.M.. .The Power of the I of Pakllesjftoei. aade. lre leIppewr.
plenty of'good things to eat. Dinner just about time for all to assemble .
Church of I ,,'r. t K OK fl.OHIIIt to IMurlity 11Nel'er
Written Word" by V. E. Jones Minister will be served at 1:30: p m. most of those Invited stayed Oilmvre ....ar..... whose re*|. -

Christ, Starke. on the lawn of the church home or somewhere besides coining loiice I I. 11'T. Mniitlt' Moult Htreel,
ArUncton. Vlriclnta :
Church of ing and the public Is bUild-I I way out over here over our ) ou are required, to appear onNovember
Nov. 7. 7 .:5 P.M. "Why the
: vited After lunch there will bean bad roads. 211 IM9. In the aboveltatn
Instrumental Music In Its"or- '' .> Christ Doe* Not Use old-fashioned King in the We have been having some plaintiff ...eks divorce and permun.tint .

!ship" by Uro. Fred Walker, Minister Church of Christ I '''chimh building-. That evening I I' much needed rain the last fewdays. minor care. cutmly ihlldren and contrfkl firadfordr'ouniy or the'

Gainesville Fla. the final service will be held in Had begun to look as If oUI.1fall Telroraph *h..ll I'ubll.h thl.*
I I Ihe tent with the minister. Bro. garden was going- to dry uP.j Order In next four weekly lues.
Member \ band and crflclal wealHt
TUESDAY. Nov. 8 7:15 7 : P.M. "Why Be A ; \ Itnena my "
V K. ,Jones using, as his subject but looks better now. Farmer. Mtarke, Kli>rld.t, this October
Of The Church Of Christ?" bv Rro. Clarenre C. Daily, I* l..4.. "
I "Can one be saved out of the around here have been setting 'ou T..Il.}
I I (OFKICIAI. !11o: I. A J Thomas, II.U.Y IJelore
Minister Church of Christ High Springs, Fla.WEDNESDAY. church joung plant, in the rain and! the I As Clerk of >ald fiiurt.Jnsenh .

Nov. 9. 7:15: P. M. "The Church I i plants look good.The llulldins;K. Ja.Hklpper...ksonvlll l til, Fli Ora>rliV ham>,
school carnival at Baldwin 1 Atty for Plf 10-11 41 llllla
Its Unity" by V. E. Jones! Minister Church of Chri t. I Christian Church .
success, we are told.
was a great .
rirmlt. c...... llr4fer. t eaelr, ..
Starke. 1 1TIIURSDA Homer Sulndall. :Minister Ella Smith was elected schoolqueen. Klitrhlai IM 4 haaeerr.Hubert .
M owen. Plaintiff vsCedjira I
Y. Nov. 10. 7:45: P. M. "The Kloriou; i You will find a welcome at the i l..jiilsn Owens. lirfendnnt.I'm. .

Church" by UFO. K. C. Walker, Minister Springfield; friendly church In the heart of .. N r 7&01llrilee ,.NII.-* Fla. town with Bible School starting .. r l'.: <... t.|.<>lllll t totf'fdorA
Church of Christ. Jacksonville! \ i iI' 1.f.ule Owens, whose resilience '
at 10 a.m. The new class that i and addre. ** I* 1U Hhull HtVt 1
FRIDAY, Nov. 11. 7:45 P. M. "The Go:>pel; What was started for men leads the LAWTEY\ \ Culuinbla. HnutN CarollnaYou
iulrett In on
are re< appear
la It For ?" by Uro. C.'arvin; Tom!". Minister Willow 'I list In record attendance so come November. I.*,. IV". In Ihe above I

Branch Church of Christ, Jacksonville Fla. on, men let us keep the good ,[Mimed, Court and catie, wherein
plaintiff eek divorce. Ilrudforiliiunty '
work up by faithful attendance. I' HllthllKht of the r..awteyVSCS ([- Telexraph* shall ptihhh YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY HACK!
12. 7:15: ". :\1. "Baptism; Is 1 It (L...1..0' In next four weekly I l.*
SATURDAY Nov. : Hear the sermon at the 11 JAXPATERSPRICKS
i 0'-1: nbnprvance of th.'r..k of Prayer WltneNS. my. hand "n.. firriclal T1IESK & MANY MOJtK: GKOOKKV: &I :MK.IT.: !SI'ECMLK: SEE : :
A Command? Do We Have To Obey It? Can We Be clock Morning Worship service wns the program riven at th. It Ktarke, Florldu. this ( ,' Ihl.1

V. E. Jones :Minister Church I lubject "The Twentieth Century church Wednesday night. Oct. 26. 14 1M1OFFICIAL
Saved Without It? by I (( lIP. \I.> A J NOVEMIIER 5
Starke. Church", what It is like and iindi-r the direction of Mm. A. HIlarJey Ae Tl.rk .., snld Court. I GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY,
af Christ, I what God would want it to be. I'| y Moven i-rosi.v. l> <'
president of the lix-al orgnnlzatlon. -I
(-has rt Me**. Jo4.ns "" I
SUNDAY:' MORNING Nov. 13, at the Church building j Communion 11:15: a.m. Taking pirt on th. {: ""II<1ln.. Jacksonville."un.r.r.I' ,

11 A. M. "What Would Jesus Do If He Came In Per Christian Endeavor 0:30: p.m. I program were Mm. I. I}. Futrh Mtx for 1.ltoJ'_ 10-JI 4t 11-11 j

Would He Say? Where Would All young people cordially invited Mr. Bill Pope, Mr*. Paul Dinklns I.! Irevlt <*...... Headf..ril 4'aeatr.KltvrldMi c
To Starke? What .
son la 4
to attend. Evangelistic ser Mr.. GfOTK Rr>bertR. Mm. Mae Johnson.aaacerr.Irma I'lnlntirf. vs Tlavld I FEET Pound 10
He Go? vice 7:3O p.m.. at which time the I Well*. Mr*. I.. H. Hill. Mm. H C t' Johnson. lM.fendi ('... No. I PIG

n ._._-_.... ---- minister will preach on "Going Kelly. Mr*. Winter Giddtnga and TRIO Itrdee of PvhllnttM* and YiXlee 4*

Deeper with God". 1\011811\ Fnza Rlanrhard I '._.. .. r .TK Or* KIOHII>\ lei

Prayer :Meeting each Wednesday I I The Hallowe'en Carnival (rivenbv r IM>avlil Ht "f*....Johnson,.... UeorKla, whose residence

at 7:30 p.m. Don't miss any : the PTA ln..t Saturday nifhtwaa You are required to appear onVnvember
of these services or will have wpath- list 194*, In the above BEEF STEAK ROAST Pound 39c
you n lucres! even If the earned Court and can***. wherein Economy or -
BuiMitwith truly: missed a blessing. tr wa unfavorable. A large >.lalntlff *eeka dlvorcs,
otinty. Telep-raph' shall .. Jiradnr"l.
rrowd gathered at the school for (;>nl..r In next. four. weekly. I
St. Mark's Episcopal the nrraalon and all the usual Witness my hand and nfriclal sesljit ,
",.rk.. Florida, this October { Armour'MPURE
actlvltlen of a carnival were In Iwld..n ] I'.. '*4'. ,I IOKKIflAf. :Meaty
Sunday Nov. 6 9:15: am., !'... At the clone of the carnival [ 1<.: \1.> A J !

?* ur<:h School, nursery through all present were asked to ny Haven. A Crn.iir* flerk, I'of f*... Tllnm.'j NECK BONES Ib. 15c LARD Ib. 15c

junior high. 11 am., Holy Comnitnion ittend the Tom Thumb we AllY for Pir
and sermon by the Vicar. presented by the lower '

I 6 I p m., Youth Fellowship at j grad.... I IMr. <::. -. -. --- ---_ _- --=_=_;_1 I'i

II I Presbyterian Church. The and Mrs. Jordan and family (WITH OUDEK)

"hurch Is open dally for prayer of Lake City. S. C attended Factory I'ack

md meditation.Itev. church here lut Sunday. I IJamec Shoes Repaired i

I B. E. Simmons, Vicar Shuford on of Mr unlVfra. <

Ceorfre Shuford U confined Ibs 29
riiritni OF JESTS CHRIST ; to hla home near Luwtry becaun* WIULE-U-WAIT I SUGAR


The Church of Jesus Christ o* L -I

Later Day Saints will hold fun-

lay school in the USO building PHONE 218 New Low Prices!

on Temple Avenue every Sunday COOKING APPLES Juicy GRAPEFRUIT

it 10 a m A cordial Invitation COLONIALFLORIST

CHAIN STORE BRANCH Is extended to all.rwxaRro. Half HolesMen's $1 50

or any size store! ATIO.VA: <(< ) 4 lb. oo. . . 19c 4 lb. .oo. . 19c

:si rriioDi.sT: ciitKcii
Serv.ces first and third lUlf .
every fo$1 00
moinUnones, for fireJofety, for structural' Ixootv
for /lowtr Saturday night. Sunday morning << .
build,' it of CONCRETE LOCKS. If* lower uiiuraiKt rattl andgrtalcr 'utd Sunday night. II a m. and 19c
r.iol'* olu. mo.. it (ound inv ntm."" Beans lb. IOe Super Suds large -
8 p.m. at Congregational Metho11 (j) ,..ad I eR' IJfls!'! 25e up String ,

rhon_ ......... far ctmpf.t, ,* cr.toils. Wt cr.ljYII. Church on Brownlee Road.
Rev. Ernest Griffls. pastor.

r CONCRITI ItOCKS'lRICISelASISriOOR. 7ATHOLJC Sunday Mass CIHTBC11 9:13: am. FLOWERS I Sundrenched Calif PEACHES No. 2V2 Can 19c

DIAIM AND ROOF Till Sunday School 11 a.m. FOR ALL SrRKE

UA r.MxiocoNctrn: AHO csuon Week Day Mass 8:3O: am. DISH GARDENS

MEETS au ..S.T.... SPECIFICATIOn Jay lay Bible at 7:43CllfKCll Study: : U every Wednes- POTTED POTTERY PLANTS SHOE REPAIR \\Vhole Kernel CORN, No. 2Can, 2 for - 25cWalson's

I Aiutis Building Supply, Inc. Rev. L. S. Williams.OF GOO Pastor FLOWERS; WIREDANYWHERE 25c

103R-10I8 W. Main SU South 8th St. Clair SU. M. F. Hudson, ProprietorArniaei Corned Beef Hash, 16 oz. Can -

Sunday School 10 a.m. Nona, St Stark St 'orra Park Themtr
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA Sunday Morning Worship' 11 a.m. :

Phone 217-213! I Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p."" I
I P.O. IIos 62 I k", P. K Seavice Tuesday 7:30: p.m.

Prayer Meeting Thursday7:30 pjn.


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,' ;;;;;;; IIi History Of Keystone ful possibilities of the lake region Mrs. Breazeale I Jacksonville spent the weekend son, Ralph, went to see Mr. and 1 -1I
Ii< around Keystone: and bought a NEW RIVER I with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Merritt. I Mrs J P. Hummock of Jackson I
1 I\ 'Is Topic Of SpeakerAt large tract of land thpte Growth Hostess At Supper VIII
Mr and Mrs. Bud Moody\ and villa Sunday. '' d'
the town started with the organization /
: Rotary ClubAl of \Mrs I.. N. Breazealc: entertain AND LONG BRIDGE
: Co.of the Lawrence Development ed at her home on Kingsley Luke By Mr's. E. A. Sapp
Nelxon of :
Keystone Height lust Sunday night with a surprise
(' Was guest speaker at the Rotary I Mr. Nelson attributed the present buffet supper In honor of Mr and Mrs. Romey Johns of the 1i re _
01WT Club Wednesday and gave an rapid growth of Keystone: to MINa Madge MIdilleton.! JatkHonvllla were visiting their More than meets eyeCpl. 1
Jnterostlnf review of the early Its natural recreational facilities
t Com Fall flowers were used throughout mother, Mrs. Ielle Johns, Sunday. ini
Glut history and present growth of lakes and beaches; Its healthful i /
the lower floor of the homeIn '
Aunt Ilrlle has been reel sick,
Starlco's \ conditions and the
community"on living/ ;
!tI' noot for this affair.
decorating but Is feeling/ better now ,
beautiful Lake Geneva"Keystone friendliness\ of Its citizens. He
Fin The table waa centered with an Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Wester of
I I"I that these same factors
buRl Heights today predicted 1a $ -I
of fruit with
largely the realization of the'will continue to attract newcomers arrangement orange/ lAke City visited Mr. and Mrb. U Cpl. Stagg sets
nine candles! carrying: out the lIal.lowo'en
Tra Merritt last
A.lclul 'dream of one man, John Lawrence at a rapid rate. Insuring the Tuesday night.
) who came to Florida In continued growth of the community color Mr and Mrs Dempucy Sapp his sights for a dR
,1018 from ,Meadvllle Pa. the Supper Wild served from the were visiting Mr. and Mrs E. A. '
wh successful,
table buffet The carteras
style. birthdaycake
speaker said Mr. Lawrence first I The speaker was Introduced bv Sapp Friday
ofMel went to Miami, but later camf J It duPre who had charge of was a replica of an open Mr, and Mrs. 'Dirk Ca/roll of lab technician R '
R.1.el1 (back to this section of the state I the program for the day. ". i \ /
',where he recognized the wonder- t1ir
I''I'IR's on top. It was placed on a L'
DIE: Friendship Class white lace mat.

Jcen Has Outdoor Supper Nine guests were invited to enJoy eI

this occasion wltti: the host John C. Stage of Blakely. "there Is more to the Army than I 3 T1
Rid cer I The members of the Friendship, ,and honoree BESTHaw/s Medical Lab Technician meets the eye" The U. S. Army
and SEE THE FOLKS Class of the Pienbyterlan Church: tcrHOM.P0PP/N6' of Ft. McPherson Hospital. He offers ambitious young men many
Brt and their friends enjoyed a sup-1 .. qualified for this Important things-chance for more educa-
THIS FALI..IT'S per at the home of Mr and Mrs Save Your Leaves signment on graduation from the tlon and to learn a trade good get
noshtg F. F. Stump on Walnut Street, For Compost Pile, Laboratory Technician Hiishexpers pay.good living conditions,retirement r 1 YoU

WOl Friday evening October 28. Home Owners Told W.C.T.U. Sam ence Houston la a good,Texas.Illustration that advancement.U. benefits and. opportunitiesfor M ..y GREATER10TAL
Miss Lucille Mitchell was In
) chI T 47 charge of arrangements.The Burning is an easy but wasteful RAILWAY ENGINEER WHO MLEAGES .
ofl"bl home was decorated with alinllowe'en to tidy home premises of ,
motif carried out wltn fallen leaves, says Miss Dorothy IK HE PATRONIZED yOU "'break.
eel pumpkins and black and yellow Rosa, Home Demonstration A THE SALOON OR COCKTAILBAR POST OFFICE BUILDING STARKE. FLA. when \ on ldl.r.s
of: 4t crepe paper. gent Every autumn tons of this T ?. ? I MONDAYS -9:00 A.M. TO 12 NOON your new '"
arc valuable raw material go up in roadstYD1 '
\. 1 During the evening a hot dogsupper AVOID .
asan smoke Instead of being saved tobenefit U .
a'Time nerved. Mrs. :
was Stumpwas a.-wi'
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assisted In serving by Mrs. J. vegetable and flower gardens rs--'>: iDrAWIiQc oU a'B. rig ht time.
its R. Kite, Mrs. Charles Shepherd, shrubs and trees on the 11t ,\r. trade at the
and Mrs. V. S.. St. John. home grounds The homemakeras 3 TERRIFIC DAYS 900/-/ of \n NOWi
1 After supper a business meetingwas well as the man of the house Occurs
should be Interested In this of
using 1rou80".
held presided over by T. H.
Mc Neal, free gift of nature to Improve Lost
president of the class. .
for It takes little tM You,
t family property. .' get more
trouble or space to establish a 1\r. .
EXTRA COMFORT pile of leaves so that they can de- 4.."fO? \\.r: tt,,\\e NON-SKID SAFETY
EXTRA SCENIC BEAUTY Save Time, Work, compose into humus or leaf mould 1 I alp and spend: b\o"'ou\.i' and
." EXTRA CONVENIENCE which not only has fertilizing .
and Money! value but more Important, puts. I gnad t Ur.el'fouba"a9at Betternvotd
4 GREYHOUND soil In shape to hold moisture and I this \ Gripping
Pounds Of Your work easily.
This! li inrli s friendly season 9 Actually making a compose, sOO.- Traction
to visit l ..and it'. 10.easy. 10inexpensive Laundry Done In pile can be very simple. A stackof ""
1 via Greyhound. oak leaves held down I'
by a
Plan today to drop in on the Only .
\ folk back homa ...surprise couple of boards or a layer of We carry the complete line of famous
J the kid.l at college...arrangeabisholtjarreunion.Tberei soil takes only two or three yearsto FOOD e 1 $
Minutes. It la rot by Itself. Rotting can be f 1/ 1 AIE

a big Greyhound Bu ready. Washed Spotlessly hastened by turning the pile over GOOD EJ'R
lo take... you anywhere, anytime 40 CleanReadyTo occasionally with a pitchfork and :
Keeping It moist. Leaves and Sim I
EXTRA SAVINGS TOO! Iron! liar lawn and garden trash wilt
MIAMI .- 6.55 rot still faster if the pile is madeof Here's A Sal.rThal's. Bursting With Bargains TIRES

New York . 17.60 Cents Is AH It rich alternate soil or mixed layers with of leaves a nitrogen and ,...._ -- "....,."''''II/1I11/JlJI///// t L Sfop In today for a tradelLIBERAL
LAKELAND 3.00 40 Costs! Try Our fertiliser -. or manure, where it "Xt.."' '1 j"sss! R /k ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR.OLD TIRES_
CHICAGO . 17.95 can be had. Wood ashes from the
ORLANDO .'. 2.65GREYHOUND Service: Soon! fireplace may be mixed ,with the Get Color < : Starts
PI.I,.eI...,Tai ravesabout a pound of ashes f LI'IIET' r:'S (, Nov. 3rd --', SERVICE CENTER
BUS STATION for every 20 to 25 pounds of Price List ,. I ,

Temple Ave. Starke Ph. 147JGREYHOUND The Washeteria leaves. : rijT"tfSVVr1 .. Ends ( Seeber D. Goodman. Owner '

Full line of office .mippllr, etc. At Store Nov. 5th State Road 200 (U.S. 301)) At
I 323 Temple Avenue BOW In stork at the Bradford %H I"'."__ South City Limits Starke Fla.

County Telegraph. I






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On East Call Street Next Door To Leila's Dress Shoppe


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FREE :-; ; '

'.. ., S If we have as many as 500 registrations during our opening in our new location we will ,, <

';." give a TELEVISION SET absolutely FREE'to the lucky Registrant. If registrations do not -"*'" :: '

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reach 500, we will give away one Caloric Apartment Range. Don't fail to come in and ...1,::,:


register at our opening and help the total reach 500. You may be the one to win the <

Television Set. Costs nothing to register. ,: .

You have until December 15 to register-registrant must be 21 years of age or over. >:;:

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