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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 11, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I I- Armistice Day Program 2 New Trustees Council Slashes Expenses I




,, ; A majority of Starke business houses will close today Placed On BoardIn In New Estimated BudgetFor

;J (Friday) from 10 a. m. until noon in order that everyone .

may attend the Armistice Day program to be held in the Tuesday VoteTwo

Memorial Stadium at Bradford Park.
The program i ta: being: sponsored jointly by the school A Xoiiecl City Street & Garbage

.,_ and the American Legion Post and the general public!. :' is new face will be seen on ,
invited. tho Bradford County Board! of
I The following program will begin at 10 a. m. : I School Trustees as a result of the Starke is going to continue to grow. Department Main
all the
assured fact in spite of crepe-
election hold Tuesday I I That now seems: an j

I A. L. Green of Brooker was hanging pessimists who predicted that it would be a ghost
I National Anthem Bradford High School Band !
Invocation Rev. Haines. Baptist Minister re-elected and will be the only town six months after the closing of Camp manding.I Target Of CutsIn 1

Passing In Review American Legion Color Guard hold-over member on the new I I Well\, it Is almost five years since that "dread day" camel I II

I, Bradford High School Band board L. F. Plnkina of Stall. to pails and Starke took it in stride, without batting an eye I Ir a definite economy mood \

Guard was picked to succeed S. A, \Vt.l1< 1 I lash.' In fact, some few persons who left Starke at that time members of the City Council In a r

1 National don who was not a candidate. for because the nature of their business made it unprofitable special meeting; here Monday

I I Boy Scouts of America re-election. O. J. Phillips of l.aw- I r fomthem, to stay on after the soldier trade departed, haveexpressed night sharpened figurative pencils

God Bless America Audience led by Mr. Gibson toy defeated 'H. C. Halley, also of amazement re-visiting Call Street, to find and set the amount they expectto

Flair Presentations Mr. A. J. Thomas: Luwtey, by a clone vote of PB to I' : upon had spend In the next fiscal year
obviously expectedto
. I BUS Band Directed by Mr. Carl Roberts 00, for third place on the board. j progress/ anal prosperity where they I at 31172.20 less than the amount

,) Introduction of Speaker By W. M. Scruggs. Jr. On the basis of unofficial count I'I find dust and cobwebs. does I actually spent last year.
has "growing pains" Just as
! Speaker Rev. W. R. Faust. Ocala the four candidates polled! the toi- Hut u growing town Main target of tho general ax
its' efforts' at growth and
State Chaplain, American Legion lowing totals In the couhty-wl( II growing boy or girl. And unless' swinging: was the Street and Garbage -

America Audience led by Mr. Gibson! voting: Dlnklna. 164 j Oroen 141: i i expansion: are properly guided, the town-like the boy or 1 Department whose expenditures -

I i. Announcements Charles S. Partin, Jr.. Phillip, 06; Jla rlt'Y. 00. Vcitlr "I I girl-might grow up with many unattractive and undesirable : last year soared to an all-
J IJ Principal BUS' wan extremely light In all pta- features that could have been eliminated by a little careful time high of $& .313.42. In Its

Benediction J. \V. Kaufman., clncts. I planning and guidance in the early stages of growth. ,meeting here Monday night the

pr. The recommended 6 mills for All of which leads up to'' the ever-increasing need in Council trimmed $12,31342 from

Prpsbyterian! Minister *" ,, I District No. I Current Fund car-, Starke for a zoning ordinance one which will reflect i this figure placing estimated expenditure -
BUS Band Directed by Carl Robert '
n I nod by a vote of 03 to 6 votes I'I careful planning on tho part of those who frame it, anti of this department for
the new at $33: ,000.OO.
for 3 mills I year
__ At 12 noon a chicken dinner will be served at ''lhe{ which will have enough teeth to .guarantee its effectiveness.It I Salaries of Street and Garbage
Tho ommended. levy of a wonderful thing of the founders
been
1 American Legion Hall for all veterans and their Kuegt.f. I would have a ,Department employees which last
iI mills for District No. 1 IJulldlng have sat down around table with a.
Dinner music will be furnished by Uncle Ott and his Florida( : of alJ) our towns could a :.year'coet the city $21,95003 were
& Bus Reserve Fund carried with'ot..s
front of them showing streets of the I II
in properwidth
, I Troubadours.At : blueprint set up In the new budget at $16.-
, SO \ to 3 vote for u 1 null
laid out in perfect geometrical patterns, parks and 1001)3 a reduction of $3,46000.Mont : .
II 8 p. m. many football\ funs will be in Lake Butler for levy I
public buildings in the proper location and every other I of this saving Is expected
the bile game between the Bradford Tornadoes' and the Union Memberti" of tho new Bottid: will!
i of community in its place. Hut towns: are be realized by a curtailment Inoaktreeremoving
II I i feature a Utopian I
I High Tigers. take office on the first Tuesday
those in generation which Is estimated
. Also beginning at 8 p. m. in the Starke Armory there after the first ]Monday In Jan. just not started that way. anti living one
1 I I Their chief duty la to reommend cannot foresee the requirements) that will be) brought) about : to have cost the city around -
imry
1I will be a dance for all veterans and their guests with music/ $7noo) last 11the
I I II teacher for all county by growth in the next. Most towns are like Topsy they I year.
furnished by Uncle Ott. The public is invited, and there < future It wan said oak trees :will
schools. "just growed" without rhyme or reason and with very little
\ I will be no admission charge. 1 be removed only In case of definite -
! The committee in of the 1 planning until it was often too 111te.I I and
program charge day's event, emergencies then only
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is as follows: W. M.1 Scruggs, Jr., chairman; Chas. S. Partin, Nine Guardsmen I Some folks might try to dismiss zoning with the remark I with the approval and authorization -

:/ I Charles Hardy A. L. Crosby, Jr., and Roy Stone. 1 I Receive Awards For I that "What's the"use now? That should have been done of the entire Council.A .

.n. --- -- _-_-_ _I twenty years ago. True it is: that the earlier a zoning plan breakdown of Items under the

, Perfect Drill Record i 111' put into effect the better off the community will be, but !street and Cnibage' Departments

: I Little Red Riding Hood might well be Inspired to new height of Tornadoes Play Bold Safe Theft t, just because it wasn't done ten or twenty years ago is no forecast for the new year com

j I fearsome awe by the sight of the vicious-looking molars displayed a- I Nine members of Headquarters reason why it should not be done NOW before further situations pared with the amount actually

bove on the dredge "cutter head" that claws through hard pan and Company Second Battalion 1211 arise that are detrimental to the beauty and livabilityof expended last year, is. aa follows:

every other obstruction In Humphrey Gold Corporation's llmenlto mining Union Hi TonightThe Still UnsolvedThe Infantry and blue have ribbon been signifying awarded perfect orange our growing town. Under conditions! us they exist today, Salaries $21.95003 1048-40 $16,499.00Concrete 1M-5O

. operation east of Starke. drill attendance for a period of one no property owner has any definite assurance that the valueof

,I Weighing four tons and measuring nix feet in diameter the cut-f year. Qualifying for the second his property will not be destroyed almost over night by Miscellaneous Clvts.1.31141 10S400 1,05400 2.110O.00

.' ter head Is rarely seen since It operates under water at the end of a BHS Tornadoes, currently! case of the missing nafa I.. time for this award were Captal having some objectionable business or unsightly:' structure a... Oil. Tires 4,378.84 3,000.00 I t.

long "digging ladder" jutting from the front end of the big 20-inch lending the Suwannee Conference, still unsolved and the boldest then T. C. Hazen, Jr., Mauler Sergeant placed on an adjoining lot. Maybe there i IK something already Repairs, Pts 3,88873 2,50000,

suction-type dredge. Since the mining operation Is on a 24-hour per embark for Lake Butler tonIght to take place In Starke In many a Albert" I* Crosby Jr., Sergeant there and a zoning ordinance cannot do anything about few Trucks 3,03581I'wlks :

day. 7 days a week basis Humphreys has two of the huge head., to meet .their traditional rivals moon Is still anybody's guess with First Claim. Merrill Edwards and that, because it can never he retroactive-but at least it can Curbs 740.St I<

keeping one in operation while'the spurn goes to the "dentist" (weld- the Union High Tigers. police at a loss for clues. e Sergeant/ William C. Rhoden. Major prevent anything new of an objectionable! nature being placedin Street Signs/ 807.14 300.00 I','

Ing chop) for replacement broken teeth and other repairs. Raring to go after a layoff last All that la known U that; BO IH Thomas K. McClanc, 1st Lieutenant an improper location, and the old unsightly structures will, Land P'rhsd. 250.00 I,.

Since the recent 30-day shutdown at the mine for re-tooling and week when no game was scheduled time In the early morning hours, A. K. Carllide Sergeant in time, fada out of..the picture. .. ,ICnW. Fees ,3.812.&O 3,50000 W
Tornadoes will take the of last Saturday someone appurttt- "
the First Class le..ber'D.! Goodman \
... installing n.w nweitinery to.ope with unexpected deposits of hardpan : The Florida League of'Municipalities recommends that Paving School 31.50Athletic
kicked
field tonight in full strength with ly out a panel of the Hide and Sergeants Oliver P. Hutto Rnd ,
and other obstructions production at the mine has shown a steady. the possible exception of Halfback door to Koch's;: Drug Store, reach ten C. Holtzcndorf, Jr., were awarded -I "Towns rely on the knowledge and advice of local lenders in \ Contingent Field Fund 142.SO 4,6-13.54]

Increase. Marvin Warren who received a ed Inside and unlocked tho door: the ribbon for thu first formulating a zoning plan, rather than employ a so-called\

At the present time! fiom 18 to 20 cars of finished ilmenite are sprained ankle in Wednesday' then assisted by one or more confederates -' time. I outside "expert" to come in and "remake" a town with whose Total $15.31342 33000.00---- }

being shipped each we>k to the pigments plants of the E. I. duPont practice session. removed the green 400. 1 conditions! and peculiarities he I is! not familiar.We i Motion was made by Councilman !'

deNemours & Co., at Edge Moore, Md. Each car contains around TO As the annual encounter with pound fmfo belonging to the Wentfrn J. C. Cochran strongly recommend that the City Council go for- Jr. A. Bishop, Jr., that the Street l

tons of llmenlte. At this rate annual production would be around Lake Butler Is always one of the Union Telegraph Co., which ward with the wetting up of a zoning commission' along the and Garbage crews will be aa follows -
while the that at Is 100,000 I I moat hotly contested on the schedule has office apace In the drug store. Retired Railroad Man the
70,000 tons, goal operators are shooting lines! recommended by the League of Municipalities at effective December 1: Hicks
tons annually :' It i la expected that a large Contained in the safe were more Dies Suddenly earliest possible date. We believe that such a clear cut zoning/ anti three men; Geiger,, and two
: number of Tornado fans will than: $30O In anothertnno
Ilmenite Is the dioxide form of the element titanium and alth'ugh accompany currency )plan would do much to remedy the present confusion, misunderstanding men: Spence( and two men. The
the team $ worth of cashier's checks,
black Itself it Is converted by chemists Into the whitest paint pigment:'', on tonight'strip. which: could be negotiated by the! James C. Cochran tyl J. died and, and generally haphazard manner in which motion was seconded by Council- <

known to man. The mineral is found in deposits of quartz sand along B Squad Loses thieves and a quantity of money denly Wednesday morning at his them* problems are dealt with as they arise. No contractor, nnn I.. (). Huzen and carried. i

Trail Ridge and the present mining operation ID on 4.000 acres of the I Showing vast Improvement over order blanks office records, and home In Theressa. tie wan u retired -: would) think of starting on a building without a plan to gui As a further economy move the '.'

Camp Blandlng reservation, leased by the duPont company east of Its early season appearances, the other papers: Although an enticing : l railroad employe and, had lIy.l How much more vitally important is it thut there should Hindi again voted to place a !
lived at Theremin for the pant, six: ceiling on Its donations of electric
Starke. Tornado B Squad lost a hard display of merchandise was: )earn. I be "something! to go by" In building n town. current to certain onrnnlzatlnnHI I
to Ketterllnua (St. spread before the Intiuders they '
fought game
Mr. Cochran wm born In Hills Slmlliir action was taken several ,:
Augustine) B Squad at Bradford were apparently Intent only upon ,: borough, Oa. on F -h. !S, J IIR>I. Id 'I months. ,iigii, but was rem-lml following ,'
C Pleased With j Park of last week. making off with the safe, nnd l'' I
Of C Committee Spot The score Thursday was night 19-18 In marked nothing else In the drug store was' was Church.a member of the MvthndU I' Fall Court Term Second Nut Sale gnnlzit'iiti vigorous* affected. protest by the or- I I

contrast to the sided 32-0: touched. i
one by I I Survivors Include his wife Mrs : At Monday's meeting a motion
Assigned County For Fair ExhibitAiwirnnre ,which the local B Squad lost to Adding/ to the boldness of Iheth..ft I li'ssle. Irene CochrAn, two duugh. : Begins Monday Set For Tuesday wnn made' by Counrllnnin, Bishop 1
thin same opponent earlier in the IN the fact that the side< '
door of Koch's is located on Court i iStr".t i t..r", Mrs. M Cftntlebi>rry, Cnrclels" : I that all ihiinhes" and. ri vii.- organ.
Renaon. Oil and Miss| Irene Corhran MentoHh i/.iltloiiH, ho dunati-d tho first KM
thnt Bradford County fo the counly will$ he the artuasntherlnj Bradford scored twice In the a h e"il v I 11 I y travelled', ; two sons, Bubble am..1 Tlie\ \ full term of Circuit: ('nul't The second |.'Ciin auction of tlftcnmtn "! kilowatt hours of electricity per

will have an exhibit at the State ,:? and placing: of matirial''n flint half, the initial touchdown being thoroughfare/ The store also. remains -i I Allen, both of Th.>r..HHa. one bro for Bradford< County will b<,gliMnmliiv will be liM 1 at the .Start., month anti that 2 1-2 cents per

Fair In Tampa npxt Kebruirv WHHvoirpd the exhibit, This will bn. the canted over by Richard Crow- well lighted throughout/ the her, K.: B Cochran HnpevilK (lit.' ; I Nov II 1 I. Ht 10 I "I", |I State Farmers Market next TIIHIiliiy ''. kilowatt hour would lie, charged

hv Oiiy; Andrews president 'Irnt time. that Bradford County' by HI1 The second tally came .night offers and unobstructed the all plate glass view front from and two sinters Mrs, Walter Hrantlett ,- The. following, lint nt |luI"orN| 1m" Nov. 15.I for all In exrexa of t tha 100 I() kilowatt -

of the Chamber of Commerce. folio has had nn exhibit at the Tampa Alien I.enlle Phillips HE caught a Call Street an of the of the Porsythe, (h... and Mrs Mil t. been drawn to f'rdllrlr.." tinteim I All !growers, are advltied to hat, hours Wuter will continue
'.. in;?:: a trip to Tampa last Friday Foil-. and I believe that It will be PHHS over the goal line from Hur- part tie \VVilllama Atlanta, (lit. I II |I their pecans on the platfoim, nut: to he fiiriiinhi'd, lit no cont The
which the safe :
at wnith time a committee from I of Inestimable, advertising value to, old Davis, QHBradford's itore moved.from was. re-I Funeral services will bo held 10'1'1'1 Ion/l I I.. N'ormflnVV I Inter: titan 1:30: p.m. on the tiny. motion was Hei-niulinl by Councilman
conferred with the : third score was made nov Oreen VV 'r Jin km. and carried
the trade croup county. I day afternoon at 2:30: o'clock of the sale or they tnny be, '
Fair officials.. Mr. Andrews stated that planS I when Joe Frith IIB carried over The open side door was discovered ,the. Thernssa Chlratlan Church It Smith.! IU>bt. K. Humorist. brought In the nfteinoou bofoi, lllsliop (mil Jackson voting yea,

Mr. Andrews expressed himself' are Mill in the formative stage as for the final six points before six o'clock Saturday with Rev Kred Dodd officiating I .1. M Edwards: If A. Lawson Tie the sole, if d".lrt'lI.I' and Ilnzen voting nay.
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as highly pleased with the space- to whnt will be placed in the exhi- Halfback Richard Crosby played. morning by II city garbage collector II I row Hupp. Krunk .K. Thomas Cat The meeting Monday night w .lunllillo
,
.. Carl Net Only 6.OOO) pound of nuts weioffered '
FUnk. .
that has been alloted to Bradford bit, but stated that efforts will bf' rxfeptlnnally good ball, on both ant wall reported to Police- vln lieu, II B in that It tepresvnted the
Rotarians Hear at th first sule hold h..ti, .
Walter S Sib I'
County stating that It was veryfavorably made to have it representative of the offensive and defensive. LeaIiPhillips man Bert Johns Mho notified Steve 11..11.V T. Crosby first ,attempt by the Council atleant
situated in relation to the agricultural. Industrial anclecreatlorml and Wiley Coley looked Simmons, owner of the drug store.There .:: Glee Club Group i iI hey, N .1. DnvlH. J. K:. Wall, .rr. week before lust It In estimate!I In many years, to budget Its
CV thut around half the \ .I
X wndestiuyed
A PixlKett trup
I marks T N. Norman
In their end were no or trarks on
other proponed exhibits, and that features of the county promising positions. estimated expenditures for an ap-
floor space Is adequate to display He expressed confidence that This Thursday night the B Squad the floor Indicating that the safe I A (group from the high achool ell Crawfoid K L.. Brown J, C I by the hurricane lilt prouchlng' fiscal year Up until
been lifted and carried (Glee Club entertained Rotarians' al Snpp.' M. (* Kelly W. II. lull., KC last August
must have
the products of Bradford Countyto local industries as well as county, played Palatka B at Bradford now Starke has been one of the
advantage."We and city governments and other Park, but the score was not out to a waiting vehicle by at their limcheon' meeting Wednesday Holllngsworth, II C Hurley(. ; few (perhaps. the only) towns an
I The B east three men. 'with a of popular num' Fred MulHlop. Jeff Lewis Cur Reburial Rites Set
found Fair officials groups will be eager to share In known at press time. Squad program I the State operating without benefit
very : the responsibility of gathering material will end Its season next Thursdaywhen The sldn dour of the drug store, berll.,, accompanied at the piano by Carter Gentry Stokes. Onrar Car.fer : of budget Although this first
For Pfc SullivanAt
cooperative,'' Mr. Andrews said. : and sharing the financial It plays 'eturn game with which was stldom used, has since HNS Adu Edwards i iI : (I. W Khnme Jr., C C. Wade, : budget, meeting was not In the

"They want to have Bradford obligations of the exhibit. Palatka there. I bin walled up. jI j I Those who sang were Patsy Benton Palmer Williams Millard Judd I. C Theressa SundayReburial 1 form of a public hearing. it Is con

County represented at the Fair Mr. Andrews was accompanied -- Mnnez Dn
and are offering the space to us to Tampa by Carl Johns, George Noses Out Washeteria loan Tenly Ellse I. iwson, Helen .rv..eR. for Pfc Jack E.: now that the budget method had

free of charge. The only expense .Bunch and E. L. Matthews.ADDRESSES ,I Recreation Big-3 lamen and Owen McRae. I I Lawtev Junior High Sullivan who was killed In action been adopted, follow suit of most

I I I As City Bowling Tourney Gets Under Way The girls. were Introduced by A. Basketball In Italy on January 22, lOll will other municipalities and hold an

i I. J. Thomas Sr., who had charge! I Wins be heM at the New Hope Baptist annual budget meeting at which
Students SelectedTo By winning two games and adding series wall high for the evening of the program for the day. Following Game From BaldwinFans Church, Theressa, Sunday afternoon taxpayers are invited to appear

Receive Flags OF INTEREST high total pins the Recreation while Monk Dlnklnn took top hOIl-1, I the musical treat Mr. I at 2 o'clock with Rev' E+. E.: and discuss financial aspects of

I Big 3 took 3 points out of a possible ors for the losers with a 43.1 triple. I horn as discussed the notary ,I were astonished Monday. Sparks officiating. Military rites the city's operation with membersof

At Ceremony TodayThe The following new, renewal 4 from the Washeteria Clean. Next Monday night will feature Foundation Fellowship for ndvaniN night .a awtey's Junior Highbasketball will he conducted by Nation the council.

and change of addresses receivedby lien Monday night. This enabled the Winkler Electronics taking on I led study of graduate students In, nqiiad walked over Guard and American Legion person -I The overall total e x p e nditure i
.
following students were' the Telegraph will be of Interest I the Rec. to move Into sole possession the Rec. Big 3. While the Dinkin foreign> countries. I Baldwin to the tune of 2111. 11 nd. In the new budget was set at $87- I 112MB

elected by their home rooms for to readers: of first place In the Starke Standards hook against the Waxh- was the I.twtey team'H second win Pro Sullivan was the son of Mrs ) 17 as compared with $119- I

the honor of receiving flags to bel I R. M. Galny. 2311* Second Avs. Bowling League at the local rec- eterla Cleansers. I Baptist BrotherhoodTo of the season, having previously I Mabel Sullivan of Sturkn and the 75549: spent last year Althoughno '

presented by the American Legionto Jacksonville, Fla. !, ration center. Recher's The Big 495 Three serlej Last Monday: night's result. : Have MotorcadeA defeated Raifnrd 3 1-3. late Ed Sullivan. He was born in estimate was made of anticipated
paced by Wally A good number of fans turned I Mulberry on Oct. 28 1925. Resides I receipts. It Is believed that they twill
the school at the Armistice Day, Miss Sylvia Morse 229 1-2 E. and Merle Crlder's 180 single in Winkler Elec ((2))
out for the game at Lawtey's new his mother he Is survived by a bro- run close to $93,000 includingthe !
Grant Ave., .Orlando Fla. climaxed close a. Winkler 179 169 163 511 motorcade from Pcnsacola en
program today: the second a
I game basketball court which was recently ther, Sgt. Hugh Sullivan now I new cigarette tax and the yield (
Fla I the Rec. team A. Winkler 134 146 137 431: r route> to the Florida Baptist Brotherhood .
Earl Alvarez. 9-P; Clara Thomas,I Roy Roberts Cross City. ; j match which saw covered with clay by the county rirvlng with the Air Force In Ja. from parking meters.
.
ll-O; Lemuel Williams, 10-VV; Er. James O Sewell 2913 N. Hack- I move into the league lead. Individual E. Perryman 160 137 130 427 Convention In Daytona road department. Lawtey's City pan. Police Department and Fire Department I
ett Ave., Milwaukee 11. Wls. high for the evening went -- --- Beach will atop In Starke Monday which C funds remained
Council bought six lights un
vln Andrews, 12-W; Joe Warren. 493 446 430 1369 afternoon' at 3:30 o'clock. .
11-N; Ann Carter. 10-P; Frederick I Mrs. A. A. McDonld 2011' Her- I to Ray Seavea as he smashed 185.the I Dinkins ((2) The will: be met at the were erected on, poles. at each side Kidd Home Sold; changed In the new estimated budget -
for group
tchel St.. Jacksonville Fla. new maples a reputable Florida Power and S.614.89
Conway 9-R Seeber Doyle Andrews ot the court by the totaling $1368406 $ ,-
; C. R. Robinson change from In another spirited match, pitting M. Dinkins 121 179 153 455lit. west city limits and escorted to Co. Hobbs Buys Place respectively.
11-C; Jimmy Lee 12-L;I Dinkins Standards against Bryan 122 109 142 37JD. the First Baptist Church, now und.r & Light
Arthur dasklna 10-B Vernon Underhill ,Hampton to Green Cove Springs. I The Lawtey lineup! was: Benton Donations for the new :year were
; I Richards.. 118 174 144 436 construction where refresh
Wmklera' Electronics team was Major and Mrs. R. O. Kldd have
A. L. Kahr, Jr., Earlton Fla. 1 estimated as follows: Bradford
James
98.Negro Ed Teston
will be served and Futch. g: K;
I menlll
I Mrs. Thelma M. Jennings. 3796 divided even according to the -- -- a group f sold their house on West MadltonSt. Health Department $1,800 (an Increase -
I by theleague. 361 462 441 126-1 picture taken. Uarllng/ c; Vernon Teston. ; to Mr. and Mrs. Luther N.Pickering .
point system a. set up
, Dunn Route 11, Box 813-B I from $1.69092)): Free lights
Martin f and A. Q
Section Hand Memphis Tenn. I, In the first game the Recreation ((3) Led by the State Brotherhood Randall ; who are now occupying and water $500 (a decrease from
, I Electronic. team, featured by the I: If. Stefanelll 151! 126/ 119 304)1 Secretary and his Associate Mr. Smith, substitute. Ed Teston wasilgh it. Mr. Pickering is an employe
Killed By TrainA Miss Virginia Sewell. Box 13 with total of 1.1 $1.223); Boy Scouts $100; Worn.an's
scorer a
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141 ISO 144 465 olcomb and Mr. LJnney. the motorcade -
:Pompanoa.\ I sparkling performance of youngGeorge M. Ortder of Humphreys Gold Corp. Amount Club $IM: Chamber of Commerce -
Vernon Teston was next
Wlnkler moved Into a W. Recher 169 162 161 483 :will then proceed out the mints ot the transaction was $ ,300.
negro section hand workingon I S. A. Weldon Jr., 1540 .W. with 4 points, and Benton Futch [ $<100; Miscellaneous $203.
Palatka accompanied by
. a Seaboard "extra gang" out Orange St., Galnsvllle Fla. I commendable lead by besting the Highway scored 2. The home was formerly occupied Office salaries for City Hall.
461 488 427 13MVVanheterii the from Starke and New
of Baldwin was killed at the Mrs. J. E.: Noles. Hahlra Ga. standards 493 to 361. The Dink- group The Baldwin lineup was; Stokes.. by Mr and Mrs.. James Hobbs $2,020, and salaries of Council-

crossing near Clay Hilt last ridaj Homer Stearns. Tavares, Fla. Ins combine were not to be denied CI. (1) River Association All Interested f.' Fouraker f: Davis c; Guthrie I who moved last week to their new men, $1,800, remained the aune.
117 123 121 361 In this are asked tomeet
morning when ha stepped back on- Mrs. R.V. Reese. Apt. D, I as they fought back and took the,io. Seley Joining group Clark and Clark substitute. home, near the Conway Airpark., The estimate for attorney t_
church at 3p.m. g
185 ) 164 483 at the Monday R'
to the track directly In the path Bldg. 550, Maxweld Field. Ala. next two games, but losing the I Seavea ISO for Baldwin was Clark which they recently purchasedfrom was lowered from $2,263.91 eucpendcd -
Noble Max- Ugh\ man
I II 132 175 146 453 for assignments. ( I
of the speeding; northbound Silver Mrs. R. G Kldd. 317 Evans total pin points only because of J Mathls of the local with 6; Davis next with 3, and Mrs. Bessie !*or. Davis. laat year, to $1,200 In the
well chairman com-
I weak In the 1 I -- Is
their opening<
Meteor. Lane, Alexandria, Va. ktgljng I substitute Clark with 2. I new budget.
I I I match. George Wlnkl. 511 434 429 43S 1300 mlttee.



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGKAPI1. STARKE FLORIDA
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of were Mrs. Danna Duke and
her
their sons, William and Leroy. Saturday and Sunday as guests
were guests of relatives in Oxford Mr. and Mrs, Monroe Biannen. daughter, Gail, of Lake Butler andJ.
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED i STATE FARMBy last weekend. L. D. Dobbs, Miss Norman Jear N. Cauthen of Gainesville

1879 E. MATTHEWS. OWN.R-EDITOnj IU..... Bryan Wltltfleld Mrs. Cecil Sewell has been vIsit- Dobbs and Kenneth and Nolan
ing her mother, Mrs. D. E. Ben Dobbs were dinner guests of Mr.
4l.hed Every Friday: and Entered M Second nett, in Marlanna this week. and Mrs. Percy Cason In Jacksonville Full line of office supplies, etc
CUT MEETING
BRIDGE
(tl..m Matter at the Font Office at Starke, Fla. Mrs. C. M. Turney was hostessat Accompanied by Mrs. Lee Bran Saturday at noon. M. C. now In stock at Ute Bradford. ,
last week's meeting of the nen of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs.R. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. County Telegraph.
2V jLttra gurqess AiofirPOMCA. week
/MEMBER <3> 1949 State Farm Bridge Club having a W. Brannen were in Lakeland Roberts during the past
: NEBRrWherein ;::::== dessert-bridge at her home Wed-
SUM For Six Months
Annually Lovely Fall
IMer1ptton $2.gO nesday afternoon.
about others thru
.. I clean hoiiite anti king my woe, helping
flowers were placed at points of I
"That Lazy Old Hun", and. smile grief. They have gone to get him
Interest in the rooms where the
-GET IN TUB fiUAKl IS: GOOD ADVICE In the face of time, tnmtauied. by now. It Is a hundred miles northof

"Get in the Guard". is a slogan that the country has been hear- Inner grmne. Ponca. progressions high, second were high played.and Respective "bingo"prize -

ing a lot of In recent weeks. A nation-wide recruiting campaign has We who turn to Autumn We are having Indian Summer winners on this I occasion C31} l1JL
beer launched to enlist 43,000 new men to fill up the ranks In National Find the shape of grief here. The days are so bright and were Mrs. K. P. fctubblns, Mrs. J.
Guard units all over the country. Young men who heed the slogan Changed to subtle harmonyIn sunny. Sometimes the wind blows G. Godwin and Mrs. Dennis Fan-
WO1 associate\ themselves with a proud heritage-older than the natloo a scarlet leaf but to-day Is quiet. The nights are :cher.
the aircraft that the National Guard flics. That dares to keep Its color frosty and a big moon shines I
ifcwlf. yet as modern as Jet vine, down. Hallowe'en' the children Friends regret that Mrs. W. N.
the oppoitunIty Bright upon a
will be given
Mere In Bradford County young men the hurrying season came for "Trick or treats". I was North sustained a broken arm in
to get In the Guard by enlisting In the Headquarters Company, That Despite draws a frosty line prepared with cookies. The days a recent fall but are glad to know

2nd Bn., 124th Infantry There are still a few vacancies left. Between the past and future. flow on and November has rolled that she is recuperating nicely at :

The Guard's tradition of service to its country in times of emergency No fears have dimmed the gold out on the calender again. her home. '
goes back to 1636 in MnsaachuselU when the Old< North Regiment Of maples up the street CLAY HILL. Such nice letters Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Nix, Mr. and ;' .wilk less work

,was formed from trained bands already In existence. In Puer- Altho the year grows old; from Mildred Sculley and Dorothy I Mrs. J. C. Wallace and Mr. and
.
to Rico, the present Guard units trace their ancestry back to 1510when So we who meet trasltion\ Manning, who were my pupils. Mrs H. M. Richarde and Jane and
Ponce de Leon commanded a citizen company for the Island'n Can smile into the face Daisy Lang say the lights are so,Henry Richarde were among those
Of time and all It brings us wonderful "how did we do with-I,attending the Georgia-Florida foot-
defense. Sustained by Inner grace. out them?" I am so glad ball game in Jacksonville Saturday
Five Presidents have been members of the Guard. George Washington -May D. RogersI planning on building a larger afternoon

was a lieutenant colonel In the Virginia Regiment at the time will admit at this moment I|'church at Long Branch that !snot I Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. M
have sinking sad feeling all
th* British in the War of 1812. Abraham Lincoln commanded a ml- within a me. All week and last weekI 'and In a lovely setting so near to I[were Mrs. Vance Geiger, Mrs. Neil;
a creek where they can baptize. B. Meshaw, Bradley GeIger and ,
have been so utterly happy. I This Is a Baptist Church. I used Mr. and Mrs. JimmIe Bradley, all
washed curtains In five rooms. I(
Captain In France during World to play the piano at church and of Jacksonville and Mr. and! Mrs
National Guard artillery cleaned thoroughly and that
a
DU was sang
Sunday school and taught the Leslie Bradley and their childrenof
about the "Lazy Old Sun"that
War song adult Sunday school class. I want Starke.
I.The dotted with the names of we hear on the radio. I
the 48 States Is
history of each of to send a contribution to help I Miss Louise Tucker of Bradentonhas ,
ita sons who have served as citizen-soldiers both at home and abroad. laughed and I skipped up and build a new church, and some dayI been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. _::.b. ..
down the ladder as I put new
Thvrtr service to State and Nation I Is a constant source of pride.In up am coming back to play and L. Williams since Tuesday. Additional
war, the National "Guard has fought in all of our major battles clean curtains. I have lost a lot sing once more, If God so .wills.) Sunday guests of Mr. and at lower \
of weight and I felt so light on
from Lexington and Concord to Leyte. and Cologne. In peace, feet. If anyone :wants to get my a The cemetery there Is lovely and,Mrs. Williams were Mr.j,and Mrs. j ( ,

the National Guard has fought fire flood and disease, bringing relief happy feelin'' you girls quit eating old.Well I V. V. Flowers, Mr. and Mrs. Mar ..

._._* tuMianda_! _____n__ In, time of disaster. so much pie, cake sweets of ladles If you want a hit.I:Ion Edwards and Mrs. A. B. Sweet- l (C..J'! II
of the new National Guard Is set at 681,000 all kinds, and leave sugar and when you feel kind of blue, go buyan Ing of Jacksonville and Mr. and cost \
Ultimate strength !Mrs, Harry Molze of Ruskln. !
and oil cloth for the kitchen ,table.I
of
12 air wings, 21 regimental combat teams, cream out coffee. That really
,
tea In 27 divisions They will t>e an M-Day force, trained and trimmed me down. So this morn- did not realize just how happya :! Mr. and Mrs. P. x>. rancher
supporting combat troops. Ing I dusted the Mortuary\ and new oil cloth can make one feel spent the past weekend at St.
quipped for Immediate action In any national emergency.In waxed the hardwood floor where Whoopee! I got a white with Marks. .

only three years of reorganization the National Guard has already most wear In by the doors Then green squares and In each a yellow Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr..

grown to a strength of more than 353,000/ a strength greater the telephone rang. I had a feeling coffee pot and cream and sugar ',of Gainesville were Saturday sup-
than that which the Guard took Into World War II. Objective of the something was going to hap bowl. I also got a new white :per guests of Mr. and Mrs. VV. N.

Get In the Guard" campaign Is an additional 43,000, the limit to pen.! It was my near neighbor enamel teakettle. I never felt so :North.
which it can expand under current appropriations. across the street railing from happy over anything in a long| Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rltch of .
him- Sioux Falls, South Dakota. HI" time. They brighten up my kitchentill i Klngsley Lake and Mrs. Annie K. 1I
will be serving
The young man who gets In the Guard today brother had died In the Veterans. I cannot believe my eyes. ;Norman, Mr. and Mrs. John
and
melt well as his country.' He will train with modern Air Force I Ewoudfl and Mr. and Mrs. Rob
as
] Hospital where I had been In Sep- HELPFUL HINTS: I used Tide,
Army equipment. He can participate In a generous retirement plan. tember. What makes me feel so on my combs. Make a good suds'Richarde of Jacksonville and Mary I 1'O I I Itl
He will augment his civilian income at Regular Army and Air Force heartsick Is that when I came and swish them around in it. Then''Sue and Sally Ann Epperson of

rates of pay. There Is opportunity for advancement, too, as he Increases home I coaxed Bert to go up! scrub after a little soaking. They ,Starke were Sunday visitors of
his skill. I there. He was such a grand fel :tell me to add a bit of celery stalk J Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richarde. .

The new National Guard has earned the support of the community low and just stayed home and to cabbage cooking and there will Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendon .
I worked when he be no odor In the house I I and their sons spent Saturday and
: Moreover, it offers to the Individual advantages should have been j am goIng -
and the nation It serves
reservation we suscrlbe Iin a hospital. I told him what to try it. A lady here always I Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rudy
he cannot find elsewhere. Without all eligible meat I good care I hod and ht finally J grates a little cheese on her ap I McDowell: In Dunellon. /
wholeheartedly to this recruiting campaign and urge Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hardee and i/JnClR
decided to go. I was happy andconfident plesauce when it Is hot. Let stand
advice of Its slogan: GET IN THE GUARD. i
to follow the they would make him I a minute and pour in a bowl.
well. We did not know how bad TRY THIS EAST LOAF CAKE
off Bert was. He died this morn- Raisin and orange T Mkt '

SERVICE STATION Ing. Somehow I can't help but feel 1 cup sugarshortening OP YOU CAN HAVE YOUR AU ELECTRIC KITCi.cN FLORID'L PO- _"IT' I'OJlpllllY'
CREWS badly. They tell me he never could size of an egg I JOLLY TIME .MLAi ONCl or BY EASYSTAGES.YOMfiBT
have gotten well any place, but 1 beaten egg I 1T NIVlaAltf SEE you ElECTRIC DEALER TODAH eS ,'
that still does not help. Soon I 3-4 cup sour milk (add vinegar .M.OYI Nei. l.....", r .1 r .. "", \
Sinclair Gas & Oils shall be to condensed I
busy and will forgot or canned) --
1 teaspoon soda I =-. ---- .' "
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1 orange. (put thru food chopper _
POLISHING GREASING GIVESFAST ..
WASHING, rind all but seeds) __ '

EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS 1 cup raisins

Tubes & Batteries jt jtThj 2 cups flour \ ) ..
Goodrich Tires, RELIEF Mix In order and bake in a loaf ii .
bread! pnn. Cover with white *' AHN*
TEMPLE: AVE. OPPOSITE COUNTY JAIL when COLD, frosting made with powdered :, %

MISERIES STRIKE sugar and cream.- i 1, raaasv. pd ''w m

I have had a nice visit with you air p ., I IS
and I feel better Sunday I wentto pn9warl
church. The minister took a
text from Proverbs 6 chapter, It J
to 20 verses. There are listed
seven things the Lord hates. Wish
you all would rend them and\I
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Chapter twelve also I i .
Digger: Is down In the yard My!
Willie bird tings so much these
Never B-U-l' He fore You T-R-l days. I have asked Don's brother

and wife over Sunday, and now
we may have a funeral. I hail
planned such a nice chicken dinner .
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and olilfashlonoil 1 home made ,
rolls and pumpkin pie. They always
rome over Thanksgiving
but can't this year.

In cloning, here In a poem by
the lovely actress Elsie: Janis called -
"My Prayer #
Coil let me live each lovely day,
So I know that
may come what
YOUR MONEY'S \\\'ORTH"OR\ YOUR MONEY BACK! may: .+.x0.0Bx ....M4hx

TIIKSK & MANY MOJU:: UlI'I'UV1: R\T SPECIALS MICE JAIL 1'.U"UIiI: I I've done my best to live the way V ..rV
You want me to. f ,Inr.aauJMN'v'
Fo'Klve me If I do not pray.
PRICES GOOD Til ROUGH SATURDAY?'NOVEMttER 12 In church on every Sabbath .-

Day; iJiiiYou're

The ultra sanctimonious way,
I As some folks di>.
c Jut t let me know If I should l '

Ib. RI I CE stray, I'

3 Bag Belle 29 Th way"t I; may stop along. the

At any time of night or day.
better off
And talk to you. Today.

Like the little "Slim Princess',
as she was often called I have No. 1 In Choice of Engine Types!
No. 4; Cans 2 for 25c
PUMPKIN
Rosedale 2'/ I prayed have knelt in many as a strange child In places the and Tomorrow with design Only I Ford giv.s you a choice; of V-8 or six-cylinder engirt

shadows of the barn to talk to
him when I was troubled, or I No. 1 In Sales Gains!

FLOUR *1.49White knelt In In the the moonlight In my Latest license registration figures show Jul/Augut Ford Truck
room
25 tIP S. R. lonely wee hours of sales 31%
up ovtr April,whereas all other
T morning. Dally. I knelt beside. trucks or. down 5%.
my desk In the schoolroom No. 1 In Experience!

while the new fire roared andcrackled
Latest registrations prov that 2,003,155 Ford trucks the road
in the stove and I was on
end ) Per Pound 23c alone In the early mornings. Beseeching d-4 have record marked equalled up by 13,567,865 no other' truck.truck years of experience a
BACON ( cut - I God to take me thru
the day. I remember a dark corner N..1 1 In Long Life!

of a basement In a far off k Using latttt'
state, ,where I could be alone. registration data on 6,106,000 trucks, life Insurance
39c Cheese lb. 39c Now I pray aloud when I wash experts prove Ford Trucks last longer,
Beef Steak, lb. | Daisy on Monday. I sing n sacred hymn 1- No.. 1 In Value!

and pray for those who no doubt Ford has the
on. right truck for
think I have long since forgotten l43 you. Over 150 models! Up lo
-hors.pow.rl Th. ".
them. No I haven't. Jobs! Th.y'r. Bonus Smlt.FORD ..only. ;this In trucking;I Two new Big/
Roma OLEOMARGARINE (plain), Per Pound 19c God bless you all. love -Lura.I It r




POTATOES. 29c I Louis R. Dean TRUCKS COST LESS BECAUSE
10 Pounds IRISH - - aONUltewelAixp ai.ddr"s.
..."af ,. _oval er mrcll1 cI.-Web.,.:
TAX CO Sur.TANT- FORD TRUCKS LAST LONGER !


3 Pounds .. 25c BOOKKEEPING
Cooking APPLES, - - SERVICE. ANDREWS MOTOR CO.



ORANGES dozen 10 120 So. Walnut St. FORD SALES & SERVICE

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IOf Brooker visited her mother,
Mrs. Edward Broughton Sat.
GRAHAMBy urday.

Mrs John McKinney visited her son and daughter-In- .
Mrs. Arch Ellington of Starke -
law, Mr and Mrs. Leon Ellington, ;
BIRTHDAY DINNER
Catherine Starling/ and Josephine last week
Thomas had a birthday dinner Mathew Wasdin was In Jacksonville
Friday to see a doctor. Isn't AmericaA
Sunday In the home of :Mr.
been In failing .
Wandin
and Frank Thomas at Hampton.The Mr. has
for time and we hope,
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence -J health some ,
doctor will soon have .
that this
Melton and family, Mr. and ., .
Mm. Jennings Starling and family him feeling his old self again. "

Rev. John Sibole Rev. Bob|I Mr. and Mrs. Perry Starling had
Gray and Mr. and Mrs. P. O as their guest Saturday night Rev.'
Starling I John Sibles of Deland. '
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Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cain and Berry Dyal Jr., and Misses Ca
Mr and Mrs. Ed Parrlah are visiting Uterine Starling and Juanita Harper I
In Miami this week. were sightseeing In :Sanford:

Mrs Hillard Broughton; of Cains- Sunday. 1
vine spent last weekend with :Mr.:| Russell Starling will begin his Wonderful !

and Mrs Carl Brotightnn. cane grinding Tuesday---the first: Country
Rev. John Slbles of Deland filled to be ground this year.

his regular appointment at the | Everyone Is enjoying this cool :

Baptist Church Sunday morning spat for hog killing and cane! 11
and night. grinding.

Mr. and Mm. Louie Dempsey I Mr. and Mrs. Tyler of Lakelandwere
were visiting the new arrival of visiting Mr. and Mrs C. Mc:
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Mr and Mrs. Jimmie Wanferdolf Millan last weekend and Mr. Mc-!
of Waldo. Mm. Wanferdolf Is the Millan went back with them. He All over the world today there are people teaching bitterness the fine sportsmanship, of many of our competitors all over the

former Eunice Dempsey of Waldo. has a job there und the family and hate. country.
Mrs. Kate Starling and Bon, ,will be moving soon. I J

Karl, were guests of Mrs. Starling's -i I Mr. and Mrs. iconurj McKln'ney Here in America we have learned to live together in friendship. Can anyone believe that these competitors would rush to our

and l "on-lnlawand Mra. Ernest daughter Ortagus, Mr.i in of Sanford spent the weekend defense if, as the anti-trust lawyers allege, we had been trying
with Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney. For us here at A&P, it has been a wonderful I and thrilling experience
Jacksonville Sunday. I| the to them out of business?
Prayer Meeting at Baptist put
Maurice Kelly of Jacksonville Church every Wednesday night, to get from those with whom we compete day after day

IH the guest of Mr. and Mrs.I(Everybody Invited to attend. such astounding evidence of friendship and respect. We and they have fought hard for business.
George Rivers C

:Mrs. Tom Graves of Sampson The things that have happened since the anti-trust lawyers from There are nearly 350,000 individual grocers competing with us.

visited Mrs. Leon Wynn Sunday.Mrs. They have a larger share of the nation's business today
John Surrency spent the I' LONG BRANCHBy Washington brought suit to destroy A&P have amazed us.While grocery

weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mack, Mr. J. L. StricklandThe than they had ten years ago or twenty years ago. -
we sincerely I believed that we had earned the friendshipof
in Jacksonville I
McKinney Many of them do as good a job as we do, and they make it
Miss Alma Leta Dya:, a student Clay Hill school wall a millions of consumers for whom we have provided better food .

nurse in the Alachua County: little late having their Hallowe'en at lower prices, and the friendship of millions of farm families plenty tough for us. H
Hospital, visited her aunt, :Mrs.L. .
Carnival. Did not have it until .
E. Ratliff Sunday. Tuendiiv night Nov. 1. Everyonehad for whom we have provided a better market for their produce, Now, day after day, these same competitors are letting, know

Among those who were supper a big time even if the weatherwas we were not prepared for the avalanche of offers of support. that they are in our corner.
guests of Mr. and Mrs Jessie unfavorable for outdoor nmux-

Crennhaw of Galnsvllle Tuesday ment. But most of all, we have to confess that we had underestimated All we can say is, thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
night of last week were Mr. and Our mail carrier Sidney Harris
Mrs. Horace Cain Mr. and Mrs. has recuperated sufficiently to be Iin't America A Wonderful Country!
L. E. Ratliff and Mr. and Mrs.
on the mail route again. We arc .
Leo Dyal of Brooker. all pleaded to nee, him back. His
Mrs. Flora McKinney of Gainesville assistant OSCAr Harris does the 1T
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was tho guest of her sister, H ( 11
work as well as we could ask tot, 011'Ir
Mrs. Ida Jones Sunday. Who ;
but Sidney has been our mail man
Mr and Mrs. Zeke Dryden of for so long; we really miss him Pili 0 tltt'11ip A COMPETITOR'S
Jacksonville and Mrs. McKelveyof when he is absent. I o1 The' III Ihif n W e Agree OPINION

Starke were guests of Mrs. Thursday of lust week we hearda I Hollered oxarr ?f tt8t/trgS t ofa
I Ur
Dryden last week. great rumbling and roaring/ of I Ir: .r'i', :rfr'11f nrrr 'h.I.: "Wt The
Mrs. Fquilla Roberts was the large machinery arousing our curiosity OHW'I'tlt-f n141" one ill "'" I, Great Atlantic &
guest of her sister, Mrs. Millie more than we like to I I I 'r, ".....i.", '' ,. on "1'"'hi e"".. With I t A & P Pacific Tea Coe ;

Fogg, In Starke last weE'k.Bmy mit. After a while, Arthur ad-I I I forUncle '" ,.... e. If 1""i"rplt"o" "'"'opollrgonr The

Rawles of Gainesville was er came up and asked how and 7r h cn"h..y the guest of Mrs. Louie Dempsey where Mr Stilcklitnd wanted his u Srr... r..n.1N.,IitLno 'IIF'r"! the,. ere dry In butineti onh.lr pnunteal.. IIRea Boyernmentre busters" Of I
Monday. "n :. 0",1'.' prthor/ ,. b.c.,,. !know what It would Centlymade
road graded and straightenedThey ? 1"p ;; ... b." wo meanto the Ot
Mrs. Buddy Stokes and daughterHOWARD'S worked the rest of the day ... qr 1, 11PPa,, frnrryr. .., Ihr Ii.o:,. /th* American people without them, stray q&PUtt adove/ to de .

and part of the next--had to takeout ."I'f"I. a 'th 1A1 1u'Nr "... ,... W. .r. only I on. ttor. .nd a r. itrlv kl Y, Wea ;+.
- four trees, a number of tl."h"'h..r' 1'.'''IeUnf''. "''''''''''. ,,,.".".... Ing to .*... our community with good ABP iS Cha/don't/ i

and move tons of dirt. RtumPR'1 Who wants him to break up A&.P ":"fudge. hat wr tiro food at low pol..., but tho ASP li mn trot 0($ Bed With haV10 1
finishing grader" goes over the load GROCERS? ... trhnf "1''' ''' "" ,, tionwd! or 9 eniufion! Arvinh.* cn .
COULD IT BE INDEPENDENT ",I.n: ""gtd11 Sn?,,, ".1- Am.ric.n .opl* .vorywhar. with "I IDoe.n't
sad It has time to settle some It I ind.. .. ." p a aIOW f
will be In as good condition as the seem lik..ly. In ten years the buninenn ca.s I ,"rut' ; ... "p ,rhrr"r'i. .....": ilia. A.",. good food .t low prleoi( oess atAs resultjh a food busitlpendet ,

new highway Mr. Hatcher accepted -I .torek epe'" alma' t tripled billion dollan worth 01 ".F; ;In,:;n. ""., r.i; ;.: "..l re' D ttroying the AlP would m..n olim- p riC el. can offer :
D U.D'Ir.tpyS the Invitation to stay to dinner 1938 they did just: .Ior..keep"n "r"1 fI l'i 1' RAY'r fir "arse mating Competition nationolty In the SOYrhat, ')
fI Ty
independent ,
bum nes.. Legit year the '1 t ttL( ... v And ;
food 'her ) Fp': food fi.id which .
L T warhandled hnowt
and took luck with uslle
pot I 15 billion dollan worth 0' food. u' A'Yf: J" FY; .Y. Iff A'tl' poorrtion Opoly
Srr Of
over in
eoniumot the moior of neSl chOr Or the
hitlalory. ISif
'It
learned hicks
how J
we country
l
IIve'l of I >"tI'rI ..u, Srr eau rN"t Hod, th tlu5(
pa GROCERS? Hardly. For many 1 rlre. a lac(, at had
but he. or anyone is WHOLESALE I hr nr Ii 1'pier do wn sure dS <<
I whet they find here to eat. ::' them are directly or indirectly engaged in or chum support-to Ii| T ""'1'..srro/e.'ya rv"t, a",; w. congraruUto' the AlP for .lob able I'QB' Wl/dfi/ US \
Brow-
of voluntary or cooperative well don. Keep the fight
The old negro woman at Brlnson's ins some form fI..J :'t up Sell
camp near Clay Hill Is very match chain. economies.HOTV ,.- l ,. w. w.lcom. any fair. competition bettreerSgpnls'foods be @ v

111 In the Starke hospital. We an THE EMPLOYEES? That would b. funny except SUPER e FOOD 'S:: which help ut bring lower food price Your increasin :
sorry to know that Lillie May 1<< believe It. Actually, I... than "H'lAOElPH Af-4RICET] YZS to the contumor.SCHWEGMANN. 'i
1 folki probably
not improving any. She has been hat come toad chain ator.s could have paid ,A, "A e4'xt o0resispOgltiVePfoaf Oi OUr # j
Call for reliable ago many
on tin drug
bean
in the hospital more than two all rent, heat, light, waae., etc. out of the
and health nrids at worthwhileHUtlngs. [weeks. 1 expanses m.n.a.r alone gets paid noW. And tire $

\Ve ourselves on (I Our little Sunday School here at torn money manager a of 25 year ago would have been happy ,( I j Welcome BROTHERS stex-oSS
pride I
\the Mission Station is slowly Improving clerk gets today. ';
r what a GIANT SUPER MARKET
to get
uhlch I In attendance. Sunday th/s/ Count ilia the'People '
the scrupulous exactness JAB of ,
night was our first real BYPU PRODUCERS? Well, take. farmers. Certainly partif 2222 St. Claude AvenueNew We Y 1j ,
BnOboBeof
A &p
lulu single prescription mutt be attributed to the m..rk.t. Competition OrleansHKCA 0t them ;
goes every meeting and we had a larger congregation theIr pro.p.riIY for th.m. Th. big: theme buy y, 100')n rymen. r "
we (111. than we expected. All .t that big chains create Thole canneries Ad
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were well behaved. We never have, the entire pack of many a cann.ry. farmer do QJSKFolks wiiliaRl .a -
would the F. 'Awith
What p
PHONE 79 ,trouble with misbehaviour here,.I pack the .rm..n'perishable. a opa. crop i' the food chalD. were a Uritt0,, a.-;"9 ,
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Temple Avenue Starke, .'1.&. I we are proud to nay S eliminated highly a* big volume buyer? 0 . like myself, many liundrrdf of Independent grocers ?<,+ww' Pres. 4eiA.p1 .
The revival at Long Branch o cot their start with the TEA; COMPANY:- Itt MIt .. .
{Church started Monday night! tit CHAINS, MAYBE? No. Practically a "
COMPETING The In not detrimental to the '
: progress '
Nov. 7. Rev Edward Harvey IM t i every chain in the grocery bOu.ne. had. more talwt know last f of the grocery rbusiness. On the contrary, A&P has always ,yk PROVIDENCE PUBLIC MARKETS b'110.l
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that we M rVgi
.n r > 4.
the before.
doing preaching.Jim year than the year heen beneficial any opm-mlndcd businessman who believe PaaVIDINtI, "
Strickland and Barney Fair. lot about increased its food butmww 21% I lot year In FREE f.NTI-.IU'KISK.: : Founded on the principle of '" L RHOD! ISLAND II .

cloth decided to do their hog f and i I. up 19% in the first eight month of this year. FAIR PLAY and FAIR fKICKS: A&P developed from a w "'r 00;.
butchering Saturday so we all got CERTAIN MUST BE THE PEOPLE! humble start to its resent tonimanding position In the Heldof er r.aMMw." 'LHAAt E; +fA .'e, .... Y'.....:
iltgl THEN IT retail merchandising 1'aeccN 4 ".I'o.-'U
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hada
Strickland's and
together at would
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hated food chaIn store' r 1 is II,
grand day of ItVe were "on thr e Like fun. If t. people I last ? t experience as. a former employeesuccess of the TF.A pyss 'J' II< 4si1r "v
in them year
has A0.RY 191
9'/. bIllion dol.la COMPANYideas f ta r Je .
hog" all day and when night came they have pent mlarde oC chair;. nerved me well. I attribute my to the ,
I like the low pacer and high a and methods tried, tested' and proven by the ,\& M rea a+M !
we all knew we had worked. But the better lulke f Hier
dsR and the better 'the chain pro run "toreat a great cost.A&P dj"
we always have a nice social time
'lat these gatherings too, even if ti,, like them. 1/ . upholds the rights: and privileges of a good "' +1l
I we do all work hard.WE1DING. Does This Sound as Though We Need Help? worker I know this from personal experience."' A&P is ever 5'ART
intoexictence. 10 yeuriago. on the lookout to promote sincere and ambitious employeesto e S
4 1 I of Thorofare Super Markets' came doing trustworthy and Important positions and has nevercrossed
Th. food chains Thorofure replaced were the elTorts of any employee' to enter Into businessfor rtAllrlcAYIN"'
M$ about three million dollars worth of business a year himself. A&P helped me to start In business IH HAT, .eey e.I "
REPLACEMENTCosts Housewives IIk.d our policies well enough to boost AN ACT OF A COMPANY; : :MONOPOLI/.INU( THE (iKOCHCY .rh.
about 30 million BUSINESS; NO!
in our 90 stores to "
their purchases 1

UP 7 In Sys dollars a year And we're loinll to The Anti-Trust t Suit t Against t f t

1i ood w. call that a vote oC confid..nc. stick 10 good A&P taught me to servo the) public BETTER-MORE r tttt ,'+
I long a. w.
keep right on prOVnl&,1 h a. t as selectione .t rock. ECONOMICAL and MORE EFFICIENT, thanks: to the .p

Let us check your Fire ( brand bottom. end price we can compete average with anybody In the start given me) by B. F. VINSON. a The Atlantic t & Pacific Tea Co.


insurance before it's We offer the people of Starke bu.m. And keep. right on* growing*tool During the depression of the thirties, A&P: paid This suit is another threat against our great 4 4WATSIKA f

don't believe any chain will b. pun"h.d for facing higher wages than any other chain. A&P has striven to
late I ICharley
too and \'..Inlt)' one of the mo"tmo..rn W efficient, if for pUaim IIOUMWIVCI in will that it i i. keep up the standard of living In this country I shudder to + American system of free enterprise. The '4n
think what would happen to Its 110,000 employees If It was !

and fine-it equipped forced to grow bring I forced out of business. A&P Co. has always been clean! above boardcompetition
to
lit i it .tor ke p r' duty I i
that a
t w., too, believe ric.., . I am not afraid of A&P competition welcome 1
E. Johns welding *.hnns" 'a..y"',,'re. s' the public the beet food .t th lowest s :d'P bum* It. It's democratic.. the American Way.SIMPSON'S and any successful independent :
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to sae the chain store way ,
Agency All Work Guaranteed; na and.s hop vindicated. I merchant, if he is honest, will admit that they

Phone IS !MTARKR. FLA.Uprasentlna SMITH'S GARAGE And tomes a*,long the wholeielo a* the producer grocers, ,the the tmployeei independents: the cut-and IDJ ..: Impfon have taught him a great many things regarding "It w ti

the competing chain thrive ao well we wilt continue KUI'KK MARKETS\ ; merchandising, reducing? overhead, better .
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FRIDVV. NOVEMBER: 11. 1949
PAGR FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FLOflIRCl.IlcflCe "" ,


Lovely LuncheonAt Junior Club Members United Nations 1-Methodist CirclesMet Two WMS Circles I Wesleyan GuildThe

DiscussionAt Have Book StudyTwo Wesleyan Service Guild of
Keystone Inn Have Buffet Supper Topic Of MondayThe the Methodist Church met at th

For Miss Brownlee Forty-six members and four Woman's Club circles of the Methodist WMS Circles! the Doris I Educational Building M o n day

gueItn /tot the Junior Woman's WSCS met on Monday afternoon Knight and the Business Woman'sClrC'le. evening November 7, at 7:50.::>
Mrs J. R. Kite Mrs. L. F. Dink- I Members of the Starke 'Vornan's'Club November 7 3 o'clock. met at the Baptist Educational led
Club gathered In the Methodist at The devotional was by Mr..
/ Ins, Mrs. R. A. Green and Mrs. W. had the pleasure of meetingin Tuesday night at
,Recreation Building Thursday evening audi Circle 1 met at the home of Mrs. Building Ethel Sevtrell Secretary of Splrlt-
at club
decorated
Jr., hostesses : their newly book
B. Mundy were the
12:30, Nov. 3. for a delightful buffet Thespeaker's A. Z. Adklns on N. Walnut Street 7:30::! o'clock to study unl, Life. Mrs. Lily Bridges wa<
luncheon Tuesday at to Hum Wednesday afternoon. Hnlnea
n lovely "aid's Rev. L. D
June Caldwell offi.-e honoring Miss Madge supper Red roses and fern table was centered with with Miss Olive Ray as co-hostess. Hurry" of assisted by Miss Audrey Newman
EdItor: Phono 29 o'clock were used In decorating and a [ gave an interesting presentation Mrs. Jeanette Klncaid, and Mrs
43 and
IlL State Farm Rrownlee whoso marriage la Mr. 'a bowl of yellow chrysanthemums After the business meeting went away with a
and
yellow linen cloth covered the It everyone Crcssler in presenting the
14 I. R. Chasteen, Jr., will be un and there was a display of inter program a delicious salad course better understanding of the background Hazel .
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table. Winsome Call
event of November 19 In the First national flags In the auditorium was served by the hostesses to the of Baptist work. program. "A
Golden WeddingTo P-TA Meeting Topic Baptist, Church of Starke. The Hostesses 'for the evening were Mrs. II. C. Ritch led the davotlona! 12 members and one visitor pres Pakistan."

Effect Of luncheon was held at the Keystono Mrs. W. C. Powell Mrs. T. L. Dun- and read to the club a Thanksglv!; ent. Refreshments 0 f doughnuts. Mrs.' Melba Partin 1 president "r

Be CelebratedBy Concerns Inn, Keystone Heights. (jean Mrs. S G. Denmark Mrs. ing Prayer written by Mrs. FloydS. Circle 2 met at the home of Mrs.I. and coffee were served by the circle the Guild presided over the bum-.

R. M. AlvarezesMr. Books On Children Guests were greeted at the door Guy Sale. Mrs. Roy Ward.l and] Bntton managing editor of the. P. Shepherd with Mrs. L. D. I leaders Mrs. Ralph Alvarez meeting.
ness
Miss Lou and Mrs. J. A. Griffin, to the 23;
by Mrs. R. P. StubbIng and Mrs. Beyers. Florida Clubwoman. [ Green, presiding. social hour
and Mrs. R. M. Alvarez I Fifty members of the Parent- II. M. Rlcharde and presented to After supper a short business Mrs. W. R. Morse president of A motion was made that appreciation members present.RichieGriffis. During were the served by the refreshments noitl--

will celebrate their Ooldoii Wed! Teacher Association gathered at the receiving line, which Includedthe meeting was held with the Prest- the club presided over a short should be shown for Carol White and M18.iMadje
Miss
ding anniversary at their homo the school Tuesday afternoon to" hostesses Miss Brownlee Mrs. Ident Mr >!. H. Adams presid business session at which time she "older people" by visiting them. eases,
near Starke on Thanksgiving hear a discussion of the subject, II. L. Brownlee and Mrs. J. R. ing. Mrs. Herbert Ritch and Mrs.A. urged all club members to regis- Whigham.
Day Nov. 24. No invitations are "Is A Child What He Reads?" by Chasteen, Sr. Z. Adklns of the Senior Wo ter for jury duty. The following: Mrs. Florence Wood gave the Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Richie of
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being mailed but all friends and Miss Audrey Newman BHS li For the occasion tables were arranged man'H Club were Introduced and members were accepted by the devotional." Her subject was Starke announce the engagement Dr. Otto J. Toni'senChiropodist

relatives are invited. Dinner I brarlan. The subject wan developed In a rectangle enclosingthe the President expressed appreciation club: Mrs. F. Q. West Mrs. C. K. "Thanks. and approaching marriage of their

will be served outdoors at noon, not only from the standpoint colonnades of the dining room for the wonderful ,work they Hayes, Mrs. II. B. Peyton, Mrs. Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton had chargeof I daughter, Barbara May to Gerald

and open house will continueIn [of books, but also from the audi- md guests were seated around the have done In assisting with tho Jim Cooper, Mrs. Colson and Mrs the program. She was assistedby Daniel Grlffis son of Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville, Fla.

the afternoon until 5 o'clock visual viewpoint. outer perlmenter. The tables were complete redecorntlon of the Wo II. P- Morgan.Mrs. Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mrs. L. E. F. Conway of Starke. (Formerl? of Jnvhno.vlllek

I Also taking part on the program overlaid with white linen cloths man's Club Building. The appoint K. O. Duncan, chairman of S. Hutto, In presenting an interesting The date of the wedding. will be 1:13I.: Vle-B-BMt ! was Miss Madge Mlddleton. In. ind centered with beautiful arrangements ment of Miss Kvelyn Stump as Internatlonal .; who quiz. The meeting waseloped announced later.
I music presented Mrs. Peyton, '
... 'structor in the primary depart. of pink carnations,II Relations/!! Chairman to with prayer by Mrs. A.
sang several numbers! Including ',
;ment who demonstrated the actualuse shaded pink porn pom chrysanthemums -' replace Mrs. J. W. MCIntosh Jr., some Irish and Spanish selections Wood. FOR ALL TYPES OF
of film strip projecting ma and asparagus fern. Spaced]{who has left town. WAil announced.The .: The hostess served a delicious
chines. at Intervals around the board were Club plans to prepare several Philip E. Adelhclmer, principal salad course to the 12 membersand PEST CONTROL
of the school, was
The business session was presided silver dishes of pink and green basket of food to give to the elementary one visitor present. WRITE OK PHONE
and used his subject
over by the president, Mrs. T. mints and silver candelabra sup- needy for Thanksgiving, with Mrs guest speaker as Circle 3 met at the home of Mrs.
"United Nations". He CONTROLand
1 1'l B. Harding. porting lighted pink tapers. Visit- I Kddle Hartmann. Mm. Robert Interesting discussion of gave the George Bunch on Temple Avenue. FLORIDA PEST

During the social hour refreshments ors were seated by unique place Bark dR"', Mrs. R. L. Alvarez and an aims of the U. N. Charter. Fol. The meeting was opened by CHEMICAL CO.
cards which were actually mlnia- Mrs.' Ernest Phillips In charge. Mrs. J. R. Wainwright chairman !
were served In the home lowing the discussion Mr. Edwards [ ALABAMA ST. TELEPHONE 2:>il.R
2.150 N. -
lure brides from whose bouqueUdlLnKled I I I New members voted Into the Mrs. J. M. Hembree gave the devotional -
economics department by the host- small inscribed name club were: Mrs. F.velyn Edwards. showed a film on. United Nations. and led in prayer GAINESVILLE, FLA.
We'll Mr.iAdelhelmer, was Introduced by
buy eases Mrs. W. C. Powell Mrs. H. cards Miss Brownlee'a seat was Mrs. Margaret Coram Mrs. Will Mn. J. R Wai nwrlght gave Termites Rodents All Household Pests
Mrs. C. J. Frazier, chairman of In.
i A. Green, Mrs. J. H. Dennis Mrs. indicated by a larger doll and by a lam Scruggs. Mrs. Martha Futch ternational Relations. John Wesley's ideas of a Metbo-I

1 Orle Wiggins, and Mrs. R. L. Mat- corsage of carnations and pink I. Mm. C. A. Coggins, Mrs. Luciana dist. Mrs. G. S. Newcomb Free Inspection and Estimate: Given by Graduate
oldbattery porn porn chrysanthemums tied Biisaett Mrs. Herbert Hogan. Hostesses for the afternoon wet study of answers and questions for' Entomologists: (University your thews, a i s I sted by Miss Madge with white ribbon.As Mrs. Larry Gibson and Miss Melba Mrs. 1(. O. Duncan Mrs. it. L. the afternoon.The .

Whlgham home economics Instructor. a diversion between course Strlngfellow. The President Patten, Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng Mrs.F. meeting was closed with a I

guests offered Impromptu adviceon appointed Mrs. T. C. Hazen. Jr J. Pellum Mrs. L. S. Hutto. prayer by Mrs. Herbert Deal.

marriage( to the bride-elect. As! Chairman of the New Year's Eve Mrs. J. 'V. Kaufman. Mrs. R. C. Theta were 21 members 1>I'esent.
Beta Sigma Phi a. memento of the occasion the dance to be held at the USO. It Buford and Mrs. E. M.\ Davis

hostesses presented the guest( of was voted to give $60 to the milk Three Hostesses
Th< Gamma Theta Chapter of honor with a lovely gift of lingerie. fund for school children. Robert Lee, Jr. I4
BIG Kf-/n allowance/ Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will hold Invited to be present at this After the business meeting, the Entertain U.D.C. I

its regular bimonthly meeting pleasant luncheon with the hostesses ,Tuberculosis Seals were prepared: Has Birthday Party
when you buy a nw Pur Monday, November 14, at the and honoree were: Mrs. II for mailing under the direction of I Arrangements 0 f fall (lower.i
Battery-w/fri tttm g..a,..' Woman's Club building at 8 pm. it. Bro'vnlep.frll.! Madge Futch Mrs. J. R. Wainwright. Mis. R. N. Lee honored her son were used in decorating; when Miss

Improvement In battery All members are requested to be Mrs.! S. I... Peek Mrs. F. ,F. Stump. Mrs. Guy Sales Social Chair-I Robert Jr., on his sixth birthday, Madge Mlddleton. Mrs. W. F. Godwin II

construction In ytart. I l iescnt.. Mrs. J. I. Anderson :Mrs. A. W. Mrs. Guy Sale Social Chairman with a party at the home of his and Mrs. W. J. Chandler entertained Helped fill your Prescription
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. E.
Anderson Jr., Mrs. G. 11. Flynn, announces there will be a members of the W. T. I
Yes, sire we're trading highon Mrs. J. R. Wainwright( Mrs. J. W. "Husba nd's Night," Thurs., Nov. Dowling Sr.. on Wednesday, J'I Weeks Chapter, UDC at the homeof
batteries. Deaver. Mrs. C. A. I
We have a generous tradein Yard GoodsGABARDINES E.: U Matthews, Mrs. R. P. Stub- members are asked to make reservations The Hallowe'en color ,' noon of last week.

offer to introduce you to bins Mrs. L. G. Powell !Mrs. Guy with Mrs. Sale, Mrs. S. was used in decorating, for During the business ses.iion, presided (

the new Pure Battery.And Sale. Mrs. M. C. Carter. Mrs. L. O. Denmark, or Mrs. Leslie Biggs party and all the little guests tlll'l over by the president Mrs.

it's worth your whiter! A. Canovn. !Mrs. Roy Ward, Mm. not later than Tucndiiy Nov. 15. In costume The birthday O L. Beasley. Mrs J. R Wainwright ES131 _

The new Pure Battery has T. A. Yawn Mm. G. J. McGrlff, A very amusing program Is plan. wan white with six orange was elected secretary of il I
the new "Joolc-iee" plastic Mrs. D. L. Thomas and Mrs. L. The children enjoyed seveial the chapter to succeed III r... Geo

vent plug-which lets you D. Hnlnes. all of Starke. and Mrs ned.The District Institute for Juniors games Including a peanut hunt W. Roberts resigned.Mr: .t. L.. G.

see at a glance the water P. D. Fnncher Mrs. J. O. Tjodwlii. will be held Saturday Nov and pinning the donkey' tail, directed Powell gave an Jnt..r"lItinparer/

'level of your battery and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell, Mrs' H M, 10, at The Woman'* Club of Jacksonville by Miss Kate Struth. on the role of women in the Con- I _

when water needs to be I, illcharde, Mrs. Paul MrLend l, to begin with a luncheonat As favors the children were presented federacy. I
added II &Mr\ *. J. R. Godwin Miss .limn Culd..well 1:00: ) o'clock. All members are with small pumpkins filled! During the social hour Mrs. I

IT/,'!, bet { and l'>frlJ, J. R. Cha.stoen of urged to attend and make luncheon with candy and orange balloons, Benslev poured coffee in the dm- I
and YONJiltfrY ut Jtattention .... tl'I:he State Farm. reservations with Mrs. Adams Robert received 1 many lovely Ing room where the refreshment
we'IIB'lve
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free Ie a II by Wednesday, Nov. 16. girts from his little lends. table was centered with nn at- I
checkup. Bring your car 'I Tne traditional birthday cake I rangement of button chrysanthemums -
in ,
Weds
Miss
today II Bailey 1 And Ice cream' were nerved with. flanked by red.l tapers. ,
; $1.39 yardPLAIDS Wilbur E. Turner :j Miss JohnsonVeds pumh.MrH. I I

I Ceo. S. Robarts Jr. Lee was (insisted In serving: Bride Elect Honored |II I
Miss Joan Barbara Bailey,
the 33 little guests 6v Mm. Not mn 'I II

$1.39 yard .laughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. The marriage o f Miss Vera I'Welch" Mrs Eugene Long and At Kitchen Shower I

I Bailey, became the'brldo of Wilbur Mable Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Mrs 1 K. .J. Dowling Fr." i iI
, BLACK SATIN 1C. Turner son of Mr. and Mrs.R. [ H. L. Johnson and the late Mr.I I I I I I Mrs. R. L. Shaller. Mrs W. "K. 1 1I I

J. Turner of Lake Butler in a I Johnson/ of I't"y..to'o Heights to Brownlee.BakerMarriage Tilley and Mrs. J. B. Godwin entertained 1I I

$1.98 yard simple ceremony at the home of I leorRe S duty. Uouarts, Jr., son last Friday evening. No. : r-
Rev. J. W. Kaufman of thu First I of Mrs. G S. Robarts and the Is Event I i vember 4, at 7:30: o'clock with a

Presbyterian Church last Monday kitchen shower honoring Miss 5r _
WHITE NYLON late Mr. Robarta of Jacksonville Of 31 I
August
morning, November 7, nt 10:30: o'- [ was solemnized on Saturday, October i :Madga Brownloe whose marriage
$2.45 yardPRINTS will be event of November 11',
clock. I an
I 8 at 4 p.m. In the Keystone Announcements were received'art
-- ---- Mrs. Dorothy Penland slitter. of I in the First Baptist Church.
Heights Community Church. Rev. [ week of the marriage; of June | .
the bride served as matron 'if hon- I | The home was beautifully:! deci
Lee Davidson brother-in-law of, <
Heather Baker daughter of Mr.
orated with and white bring a prettrlpHon to ui te b. fllltd our phormecwr:
I and best W. N Johns. i pink porn you )
Hw !ur. Oversize Battery .49 yard or man was the bridegroom, officiated at the and Mrs. C. A. Heather St. Char- j
,y":::::.: Guaranteed by PURE I ._- of Lake Butler. double ring reremony. I lea, Illinois and Dr. James William I pam chrysanthemums and fern. I WHEN upon the 110. .( the worlJ': rtiourtei for the. htcMr-i)
The bride In marriage by i Several games were enjoyed by I i
CHECKS" STRIPES. given Baskets of white gladioli against Brownlee son of Mrs. J. Mi j S '
I AND SOLIDS her father, wore a dove grey suit. a background! of ferns and Brownlee of Sturke. the guests. Prizes were won by Ingredltnt which art skillfully con;:jHindtd Into y.ur,
The Misses Betty Anne Flynn and June
Her shoulder was of pink '
corsage palms used 1 In .
were dt"coratlng.Cath'dl'ol The quiet but Impressive ceremony
.... ten thousand have
carnations. Caldwell. Perhaps pooptt helped lo gam r. pew,
candles the
lighted solemnized Wednesday.
was on
Auto Fountain Matron of honor Mrs. Penland scene and, tho family pews were1, August! 31. at Dcland Fla. the Refreshments buffet table at were one served end of from the .u end. purify tho. drugs that como from. all over the glob re bo!
dress with
blue taffeta
Sullivan'sDRY wore a a !
II marked with white Dr. M. Chandler Stith of Washington
Marilnon & Walnut StrriM corsage of pink carnations. mums tied with ribbon.A Chryaanthe-I| n. C., performed. the single living room. Mmbuiod. by cur pharmacists to exactly lit your needs.
mother of the bride,1 The honoree received many lovely
Mrs. Bailey
Starke Floridaksur.EwIth program of nuptial music was ring service before a background
GOODS hose a dove grey suit with match- sung by !\Mr. Ettadean Ferrell.[of natural greenery at the norm and useful" gifts.
I ing accessories and a corsage of cousin of the bride accompanied of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stith. Invited to enjoy this occasion Koch Drug Store
( with the honoree were about 13
Mrs. Turner,
pink carnations. ) by Miss Gertrude Homier, who al-l The bride was lovely In a white
West 'all I
117 Street mother of the groom wore a grey so played the traditional wedding 'Palm Beach suit with navy acces- young people.
( Pur. :Fla." Her flowers red carnations
Starke suit. were marches. /horles, A corsage of white orchids
j Given In marriage by her broth. complimented her costume.
p A reception was held on Tuesday er, Edwards Johnson, the bride The only attendants from Starke
evening, November 8. at 7 o'- had as her matron of honor her I were Mrs. J. 11. Brownlee and MI' 0

clock at the Pelican Club A few sister Mrs. Henry God win. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. II THEATRE.STARKER/

.If the twenty guests present were: Bridesmaids were: Mrs. Woodrow After a ten day wedding ] -
CROSLEY Senator and Mrs Charley E. Meeks. of Nichols, Ga., Mrs. Winston to New Orleans and (points ...tl'll)1 IT'S .
[ Johns Mr. and Mrs. R. L. BurrIsMr. Summerhlll. of Gainesville Dr
r and Mrs. Brownlee are at I
** sssv and Mrs, L. C. Wynn and Miss Mrs. Evan Slider and Miss Ruth I I home temporarily on South Walnut KICK-OFF TIME Saturday Nov 12 Tues., Wed. Nov. IS. 16

MILLION > Betty Ann Powell. I Roberts or Jacksonville Flower Street. I10UHLE FEATURE DOUBLE FEATURE -
NOTHING girl was Rhenetta Johnson. j'' ..

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niece of
the bride.
1>:<- 'W- \ I ---L- .n't.afi p WILD ADVENTURE!
S 'U>" BIIARUE -
DOLLAR t >: fJlO John Robarls, brothei of till I ,

i.Sl COSl. :;:. bridegroom, served as beat man. DK. SEYMOUR MARCO: I -p
1 while ushers were DWight Rub- OPTOMETRIST

GiVEAWAY ? \ arts. Jimmy P.obiuta Oliver Quartetman -
Oli.\ \\ 1\\ 11 all of Jacksonville, and 121 West Call Street 1i8LL' ftatv _

Henry Godwin of Keystone Starke, Florida ST.JOHN

The bride's wedding of i iTims
\\ white satin gown, EYES: ; I EXAMINED; ; -... 17M a..tn IKM, m rw Sedra, 5lU.itWS
tt slipper was designedwith -
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b-' CI 1\\\t\\\ t l long circular train lIt'r'eil CLASSES; FITTED ;;'j' AND -

I j;.. of sheer Illusion fell from a crown ,
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trimmed with seed 1
pearls.: Shi- MICHAEL WHALEN
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rjiog ::711U-
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,. \\\\ \\t 1.8s carried a white heart of tuberoses 1 i .tM-
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centered with an orchid. MARCIA JUNIOR DRUMSOF
DOUBLE-
( ( Her only ornament was a single I
BARRELED (It'fou : strand of pearls. BY LADY FAIR for S THE CONGO

kfj- Tho matron of honor wore blue BEAUTY SHOP ('."" :Mlinmm Turhitn Bay, And

/ CONTEST! taffeta trimmed with blue lace EXTRA COMFORT Stuart Erwin':

S Sho carried a heart-shaped bouquet EXTRA SCENIC BEAUTY I Also "Hatch I'p Iwiir Trouble

S of pink and yellow chrysanthemums. Cartoon & "\\lid Rill HIrk<>k"
.. ... Florence Ifeaicn give; you more : EXTRA CONVENIENCE Her.
.
The bridesmaids
_:: Y.ii over $2,000,000 In ca..h comforttbla heat in any room in wore
valuable prizes to be awarded I by Croaley and Crwuey Dc-aler your home for .o little coitt! Eiclu- gowns fashioned along slmilai 4'GREYHOUlJD Sun., Mon. Nov. 13, 14H
and
; You get a double chance to Voln! FIRST-a Local Contest judged by live Florence Wlckleit Oil Burner lines in orchid and yellow with F' IN Dwfht "Tlit f*her *
.
kerosene into fuelI.vinevepor matching bouquets.Mrs.
turn a
local judges right In your own community. All you do Is write year The big f.nnri are rowing lip
that burnt with a clean Johnson mother of the
reason In 60 word or l I""s" on the Local Entry,; Blank why we should -and yon want to te lh ro.ar .
1950 Shelvador Refrigerator.If our judge.lect yours iteady. intense flame. Handsome bride wore a model of aqua trim.m..d Ftki ? you do- n,l you run ton
give aVthVbMtTreaaon.you a new you will get a new 1950 SMoadofrijrroJor' to S cabinet are easy to keep sparkling; In cream lace Her accessories .ily an l ....onomir..II,. ..ijIIEVIIOUIND. wiit'll yiu I'i '. -' _
tt awarded by tie and delivered. right' to tour/ hom clean. Backed by over 70 year were black and her corsage (; Fall puck. isettis Plus Latest NeaThurs.
and from e.percnce.; was of tube plenty of nnidoor ihrilli,
National Contest. in addition to separate rones. fyi
our SECOND local contests, where the same words you write fur tho Local Mrs. Robarti. mother of the L- Iiuitiij,$linliinir.liik.in,; ". I ion' 't .. Frl. Nov. 17,1l*

Contest (or du7erent. If you prefer) may be submitted on the National bridegroom, wore blue with black -i; Plan deny yourself.trip I Oryhound Ilieiie pleasure tivMjou DOUBLE FEATURE -

Entry Blank and compete for the Grand Prlzea\ of cash kit..hena.and N accessories and a corsage of tub alltl.e .:\nc.,\>-.nd... .
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p.- -
refrigerators to be awarded by CroaleytSCC roses. luot 0aU\
Flue Immediately\ after the ceremony EXTP.A SAVINGS: .: TOO LANCASTER'HENREID L'
HMTY BLANKS *No CONTEST *ULt*. Needed I a held 21LUie CIAUM nfi _
US FOR reception was at theWoman's :MIAMI: fi.S5:) oF" :
RAINS lORRE
Club. Mrs. S. E. Ken
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York . 17.60LAKELAND
I =New
II f' ., II: nedy, the bride'a aunt met guestsat c.: a CC ,nc. U i-iuwiuir o. UI lam
:< 3.00( .._
1".1'\' ':." I the door. Mrs. E J. Robarts "B.t, Uty.. lot KM pftesth time Im CHICAGO . 17.95 I % 34fr mlliM csim
22.95up of Newton. Kansas, another aunt tKa. ,.......* was I It I how 2.65 I
ORLANDO .
tE: of the bride, cut the cake, while W benr' ..,
I1APPIER UrDiG : I Aid* Um M.M, I I
BETTER PRODUCTS tOR assisting in serving were Mrs. ,V ,rut ftJirol r.. ANDHOUSE -
E. Johnson, Mrs. Winslow.
rtckson Misses Madalen p.r.-d-I U H FAIR FEAUTY SHOP GREYHOUND BUS STATION ACROSS

ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUPPLYJ. Edith Fleming, Ann Vance TfAt Bt* .,.. Trmplf .\,.... Hlarkr Ph. 117JGREYHOUND Alto Urapf :utly" (rartoon* j THE BAY
Hart Furniture Go. Walker and Ann Walrath. g RA1A' _.
I Joan llmnrtt.<< George Raft
1 R. Kite. Owner-Mgr. Starke, Fla. STAKKR fl.ORIU\ Jo Leathenvood kept the bride' AT "Ai iI( '0P'CfI .
book. I APPO'NT1W I\IT flttCNf: la .







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BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEGRAPB. 8TARKR. FLORIDA .-. 'AGE.--..rrrm. -- .
NOVEMBER 11, 1940 I

Loraine Champion will return Price cut to below oust on Circle One W.M.S.Circle tOFFtCIAI.AM KK\I.Clerk) fit A. saId J Tliomna Court: ASK THE MAN WHO KNOWS t YOUR WATCHMAKER!

to\\ Western Clothing and Bouts i iALVARK2 at :Hv haven I'rueby 1>. C.
y the Lady Fair Beauty Shop ne W. M. S. met :11-11 41 \3.3AItiCIffill
: '. i ) 1 of the
week after several weeks vacatioi
naett Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edmor Mrs Richard There returnedher to Tuesday: November 1, In the I : llt'I

&d Tenly last Saturday and Sunll..y. home in Jacksonville Wvdne ,home of; Mrs' E. E. Lennon will I IA ThF
'21 members anti, one visitor. I NEEDS TCdCCX'
were Mr. and Mrs. VV. R. Walters day after spending several days; LISTEN !
and daughter Clair, of Reldavlll3a. here visiting her mother. Mrs. !1<'. The meeting: was opened with) 1

C-IN THE NEWS < ., Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Waltei, H. Long. prayer by Mrs. B. T. Thomas I IN (' .ASE; OF'SICKNESS I RiGUTAR'
Ml'a. ... Mrs A.. \. Durden gave the devotional Ii
Mr. and
if Jacksonville and '..\I'.n CANS: SUIrunk 1-V( i

..-" -- - S. C. Tenly and sons of Gain & "' .....J ('0. from Mathew! and Acts' Olt ACCIDENT I I .
followed by a prayer by Mr.V. 6e'
aunt of Mrs. Henery O'Hara of Loc ville. .
Miss Alvena Salach, Mrs. L.. A. Rennolds spent Txie DIlI\It'IIi.1
tire H. S. Btirdette Is In StVincent's Angeles Calif. arrived last week Cot; ham Hold Stripe n'lon day in Jacksonville shopping ami J. Epperson. Mrs.' L. B. assist WHO i / ; ,

the reaull to be with her daughter Mrs, I STUMP'S STOKK. J. Wl program chairman was 1 *
Hospital as hose at Mrs. A.
visiting her niece b M jHTMonHl Integrity lii.>T prof<'HHtn| liwknlI
the )
in program Bills ? )
of a fractured hip received In a H. D. Rogers of Waldo, who under Mr. and Mrs. Q. J. McGrlff JiI .. Hams who Is a patient at Rive presenting Pays The
New-some and Mis 40 of In Fine Watch Kr-
Jesse riperlenre
Mrs. >
| went a major operation recently -I lof Gnlneavllle were guests of land \ .Y jram S.

full.Dr. and Mrs. C. K. Hayea are in Shadycrcst Hospital., Mrs. a. J. McGrlff Sr., laat side Hospital. J. B Mills anll Sarah McCall. I For Hospital! Protection pairing, U your Oiiurunti-rt of Sal Intact Inn.
Mr. and Mrs.
attending the Convention of In Mrs. O'Hara will remain In II weekend. visited th'lr The meeting was closed with a Insure The Florida Mutual "

ternational College of Surgeon | Florida for several months. Alta Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Churchwe daughter son-in-law Dorothy and daughter Mr. and prayer by Mrs. F. B. Beard I Way! Eel Simpson ..

week.o'RUI' ..I| M. Smith who U stationed withWAVES visited friends h..re refreshments wen
In Atlantic City N. J. this IOf Jnckaonvllle Mrs. P. F.. Sullivan Sunday. Delicious J.CAnENT Seaboard U.K. Watch Inspector
; CANS Sintrunk Heed In San Francisco also Tuesday.Bob served by the hostess.
& :S.:; ..d Co. Arrived by plane last week to be I Dwato of St. Pptersbur Men1 FALL SLITS$47.80.a t AlVAREZ1. .- j I G.P.RAYMOND GEM JEWELRY !

Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthewa with her sister Was the guest of Pat McGrlff la.. $3 .30 to Chicken Supper Giver P. O. lto\ 95 :

are expected to return the first Star Brand dress & work weekend.Dr. Mrs. Lyle C. Blow of I STAKKE FLA.(

of the week from Orlando where. shoes for men, boys. Stump's.Major and Mrs. M. B. Herlong ll't't I ton Vl.. Is visiting her BUrling-I For Football Squad I :" ;

the month with and Mrs. H. C. Wall and Monday for Cuba where they wlil i firs! W E. Green, Mrs. C. .asses ,1
they spent past i' of Praboar elM and Mrs. E. W. .. Members of the BUS Tornadi l :)! ---- -,- .....", -,..,...... -- **MWWM t*. ..
their son-in-law and daughter Dr,, children Bill and Nancy Dee of attend the convention
and Mrs. II. B. McLandon.WeMern |I St. Augustine arrived Thursday to Railway Doctors. They will reo week. I Football A Squad wets entertained ,
nl
Pant --tfilrt. Boots,. spend the weekend with friend I turn home Saturday. Rev. and Mrs Homer Swlnda last Saturday evening

ri-dtHd to cost and Ices than cost and relatlvea here. :SYRUP! CANS SUtrunk Fe<.. spent Tuesday In Jacksonville vllllt-I a chicken supper at the Car! C.H"JoNTEH'n"ENT": ;H''I: -. CAKPEMTKU'S CAHI'JoNTHS:
Enjoying -
at ,U.V ARY-Z'. Friends! of Mr. T. J. Griffin & Seed C... ing Albert Newman. I Johns place on with Kingsley.members )01'

Buddy Faxon of Florida Southern will regret to learn of her illness Mr. and Mrs C. O. Dupre of Order your holographic\ ('hrtllt- lhl"'ent

University at Lakeland spent nt the home of her eon-in-law and Alachua were. guests cf Mrs. J. maw. curdn. NOW-llolljwoo*! the Mquad were their and cOllch.'II.IlttUlI..nt C. SPartln KEJIEMHER"HIM" :

lust" weekend with his mother,,j daughter, Hr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza B. Alexander Tuesday! .rraand Gift Shop. managers
c.am-I' BUS principal
,
Mrs. W. D. Faxon. In Jacksonville. Warrrn Howell of ClewUto Miss Wiggins of : "HER"
visited Mr. and Mr". Leslie Big Peggy I Hosts on this occasion were or
last weekend vllle was the guest of her Mr. Johns. Mayor J. I R. Wain-

Don't Bury Your Dead Animals Me-n'n. ALL, WOOL SLITS, ; Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins laat wrlght, Billy Dowllng Adolph HOT II "
sz'-I I II
Free, Prompt. Sanitary Removal of DeadIforHxH SO to $17.80 at ALVAREZ'. I weekend brassieres i tSTUMP'S 'I Ony. Charlri Shepherd and II. Roast PorkSANDWICH LEA \

Males or Cattle. Call Our Phone Mrs. J. E. Williams of Wewahii !I Maiden Form STORE. A. Bishop Jr.Presbyterian. 11
DEPT G
chka Is vlxltlng her daughter {)
Operator At Our ExpenseSlarke 189. ItYou Mrs. James Cooper and Mm. J. M. Mrs. M. C. Stith and daughteSindy. ChurchMorning Served With ; Yardley
Have Difficulty Call Our Jacksonville Hembree. I Washington: 1>. C. 1 111'-
"Potatoes
Office, Ph. 4-3300 Day Night or Holiday. Mrs. Shellie Hall and Mlt I Ived Thursday to visit Mrs. Stith'sMr. .o..hlp Whipped

FLORIDA SOAP CORPORATION Sharon Hall spent Thursday sho] parents lee. and Mrs. H. L. Brow 11:00: o'clock. This. is Steward And GravySOc GIFT

t Doctor Inlet I Fla. Ph. Orange Park ZION ping In Jacksonville.A. for I Miss Joan Carpenter of claim hip Sunday. I'oulln his day I'e'

F. Sauls I.a.left for Wednesday visit with''I vllle visited her parents, Mr. and minded the Church that of the pn.vtlag Matched !Make\ Vp Sets!
Morgan City. a
of one U!
weekend 'I < and duty every
J. M. Smith last
Mrs.'
his son and daught..r.ln-IRw. band tr. ,: Mr. and :Mrs. L. C. Smith of support the work of the Church Shaving' Seta PerfumeToilet

Mrs. A. F. Sails, Jr. : of relitlv The Text Is 1 Qorlnthlnns 18:2.Sunday : Soap Water
NOW TON I HOME PERMANENT LAI'.O CANS: Slntriiiik F..II Pennacola were guests
I
In this section. They have a new "S,hmil
& "Seal CO.
Priced From $1.00 To $10.00
Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Rltch anJ' baby daughter/ Nora Elizab..th.'born !9,15>: A. M We rejoice: that whole
AS EASY-TWICE AS FAST Miami on September 22. families are enrolled In tho Html} '
TWICE children of are spendln
SUITS' .U. O I toI i _.. ____________
several days here with Mr. Hitch ( ('IU.Y-E of God's Word Our classes from I _____ .. _N..I.r .. ._____ N. .rr.
$. z.m: at ALVAREZ. to the men and women .
mother Mrs. Carrie Rltch. Mr. I the beginners needs' quickly and efficiently cared for
are
Herbert Your individual prescription!
Mrs. an.1!
C. H.
Mrs. Quick In interest I
of the Sen are growing
New Tonl Refill Kit. New Photo bOArd Rltch Railway nn employee, has been transfei Deal and Mrs A. J. Thomas, Svere .. attcndnnre. The Friendship Cln f l by our pharmacist. any hour of the day or night.

Method .l Direction show how of led to Jnckfonvjlle.Chesterfield luncheon guests of Mrs. P. I. for men and women meets In the IJ.-( I'lKLVK 61 NI1'ICARPENTER'S: "
Tom now waves many types McLnuren In Orals: Tuesday Church at 10'00 o'clock and invite
in little ai 30 minutet. hats for men 1 aSTUMP'S
hair as mne'with, I ...-----------------------------------------------
to Sunday / -
'|00 : "" DEP'T. STORE. you spend ----------- -

Mrs. A J. Moore andfrs.. them.

George, Truett of Jacksonville wet PINE LEVEL Junior FrllnnshlpIn .

Complete Sal New Toni SPIN guests Sunday afternoon of Mr.
... M. !Mcla the Chapel, every Sunday evening
rubber bands lly Mr II.
Curies K() more iispins and )Mrs. Warren Perkins MrhMurgnret .
Ht sK Last" Sunday
-all .ill m one Grips /
plastic Mr and Mrs. A. F. Biiuls ap..nt
UxKs\ with a flick of 1 .a Miller and Mrs. Simmons -
)
Sunday with relatives In Lake : The Fellowship\ Meeting at PlrLevel "
the W'oCI'; L7& 11 were h<> trsnes.' Your Prescription Filled
-12f. i, Baptist Church Oct 1 27.12H. The Store Where Ynn See
CityLittle The cast of the Christmas play ,
.... j".I David Ingram Is reruppi WAil largely attended and en.
(3..'pouflyKOCH 1 ntlng!: at his home from a tonnllet ..' hv all There were 2:1: will) meet In the Church on nexlTuesday I -

tnmv performed at ShudycrciHoKpltnl ministers from" the differs ev'nlnat/( seven o'clock I

DRUG STORE ) last Saturday I ihurches in the State. The Congregational Meeting will

I 'hennille spreads :.Sl.)5;; : aSTl'MP'S Those who were guests. of the be hold on Sunday November, 11:

STARKE. FLA. DEP'T. STOKK.Ml II. ]II. J\ldtllM during/ the meting nt the cUwn of the morning setvires. -

., and Mrs Claude Barton oe wprc11'11.: Flora Strlcklar Every member M urged to bt

Jnckvnnvllle, wero visiting frUmt.. of firernvillH. Gil. Mrs. Marti present.hnm .

and relatives. here Sunday.Mr B. CrnwdiT. and Mm. Minnie

: Et'ery Branch of .I and Mrs. James Cooper and Mom of jHckionvilli

laughter Linda spent Sunday 1 III I Mr nnd Mrs Hubert Tnyl< NA8. Jacksonville, wan

INSURANCEH. St Augustine visiting fi'lends.Orundmii and itiishter. Chnrlene.! of Ole among the many who left

( ;Mown (ltri+ .." C'nmNOW. .. Ire w"r.'Itora\ here Hnturdir, with the Second. Tuck \Flee'leave

;; ._HolljMood. Camera .u,1 We ate sorry to hear of t hf'I with the Second Timk Fleet b' 1haekHeJ
of m the "Cliild' Wralher CruiHo"" I In, ,
(lift !simp.Mis Illness' oT I.a vim Crosby, son
.Iiinnlta, Phillips)! Spl'llt Mr mid Mis. I.. A. Crosby. lie Northetn wuteis Octubnr 31 II, \

C. \WALL AGENCY fflg Thurodiiy visiting friends!> In Jnc\-\ was steeled to ShadycreHt Ho: In with this Fleet and Gruel > .a. ONLY ** :c.error

BonvillttPrloH pltul' last Snturdav- "Fljthler" Sqiln/ -II, which rerelveil a

rut t o below rout on Mrs II. M McKao was I'nll..d the Dattle Kftlclenry Pen- .
PLEASE PHONE life and, will bu attached,
\\entern C'luthlng and Boots i Ilt to JacltHnnvlllilast Saturday bi!" ant leienlly' : 00

Constant Service Over 50" YearsCLASSIFIED- .\I.V.\KK.V. CBiixe of the nerioiiH, illness of hPl to the Curlier Midway. lie t l.i,

li U. Crosby and daughter, niece, Mrs. A, J. Dorman of SaiJiTRon the .HOn of Mis. Hliindic Cunning'

Olendn. spent Thursday vlHitln! who Is In St. Luke's Ho:.. ham.Itiivniond. iirvlct lua.- FULL
-- .-. -- I Mann .Ir, IInI.lu"'ph HIM.. SNIW ."tll'. .tNtM CUM
'- -- friends In Jacksonville. pital.
I /-..... nti.l.MW l.
IIIIOI
.Mr and Mra. James Haggett i ni Mr. and Mrs A. F. Hall nnd Mann entered St. Vincent's HOBpit I IMMEDIATE I DCLIVERT I slrplssf lair .

I Green Cove Springs spent Sumlu) children of Jacksonville a U..nrlooJ,! l, Jacksonville, recently foi' I'1 './rylal MI*.

... here with Mr. and Mrs. Jimnn church:: services. here Sunday an. tonHileitomys.Mr. I EASY TERMS NfWltIIU.. e NLN
H.. .11..,. .
-- tmttl ids <
Lee Cole. were dinner guests of Mr. anMrs. and firs' Robert Mytlrk:
L.HT: I'S L.1y-.tWAy your Xom MiHS Betty Anne Flynn of JacliBonville H. M. McRae. ml! iliinnliter.! formerly tit PlnuLevel. literal Tri4li All.w..set I
'
TIMBER telex iHlon' net toilny. l hiiH.Hheih'll f'
SELL YOUR last weekend vial Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McRae anll I hiie with > Inc.
| I. Itmllo & THl l. vtHli ll.XKV I spent ore' now residing \C.\IK: : VACUUM aTf HK.S.

NOW Paid Hln cr Rnwlnic :Maihint'nnh Ing her parents. Mr. and MnClvoige !. little son a ml Mrs. H. M. McKii' Mrs. Ku" Myriik.Mm I 413\: West FVmyth St..
Highest Cash Prices A T.. uvulluhl 11 U. Flynn.p'oste'rn were dinner /guests. of Mr. 8 nt'Mr" -III .
: rniM are ,, ,. Curili Shitw and Bon Jni'kmiiivlllw, Flcirldu.t .
thin' ",,,'lIon only through. HIIIWHewlnir ... Pants, Shirt. IlMitredtic44l <.. F. Li. Connors in Jacksorvllle .
BUY IN BULK .Muc-hlnn ('0., 4"2 N" Mu.. (;"u//I'e./ ot Coimellavllle. l'i.: lira; would} like n tree home demonstration of a
WILL .Ion Ht., Lake City, P.n. PhOJn, to coat and lens than ra'.t last Sunday. I'jxlting! Mrs. Shaw's son-In-Iaw NOM DEMONSiRATIOIi: Sewing Machine complete! !
beautiful rebuilt
Oil I IN UNIT sea Hale l write A, Service>>r visit earn our chap will. vh 011 at ALVAREZ. John Stephens and daughtci"I rind daughter Mr. und) :Mrs.: Klmer : ) 'for S3C.OO. Singer

your honiu upon ruqueat.PECAN'S I Mr. nnd Mrs. F.. R. Popped and In-law Mrs. J. L. Stephens I 01 "'urA.th...
EDWIN W. PECKOr USE COUPON.r.uNem... I
daughter, Ava Lou of St. Aujfii" Orange Park were dinner guest I ---- -- w" -- --

John W. TurnerP. WANTED: Have. houtCh,, t tine were Sunday guests of 1111'I of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McKa. ------------------------- Adilnst .
"peeniiN for past 20 "1'" Will piMuikct :y I In 4 Irrull. Tour. nr.arera e'ountr,.
O. Box 463 : lirle 'In CUH||. Xrt" lots 10'< 'I>I and Mrs. Warren Perkins. Tuesday' of last' week ..1.cld., I In 4iiijnii hanr.r5. ---N..N.N..N- City __,. .. state I
n
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Gainesville, Fla. Mlnllll)l lion too li rK# H' if' Mr. and Mrs.. H. B. Sulllva ': father J. I'laimirt, v.
flrounlee ttplti I (Mmnm 1':. Ihrk.t. iN-feiMlunt ''IIMINo. ----------------------------
spent Sunday In Branford viaitln( 7<04.lirdcr r
Send me a postcard and I Pole. 11"1 I ''"' 'l.|"NH In:: BttrHrllv. a: I I of IViMlealli,* and nnllefl es. I

hill come see you. heilrni.it Turn finn. >apt..l tinK lsn iiil an W.I'l unfurHi
,IMCIII .St. Ktatke I .", ''''k n.,,.... ,

I n! MIY. Clllf'K SI-KCIAU Tested NoVfimtiM Flock"MniliH. iTiif'1 H''.:;>;'I' I-nil AC hash .....Himflfi "" .:-.'-- --. Iy Ul.mchiC'unnlnKlium In' 1. ..I'n,''.het nn.. I ill re'' .!,.ull..1 I'M'I.! t"'in, 'pp'Ihi, .ll ''II'I. 2-pc LIVING ROOM SUITE
'nlv'ullo.rum ,, ..... HockKtin. Ire hex Kllif "to1 > A< tinsF'urn. ...' 1.1, | '",iiit mid mi". Nhru1 FLOOR
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/ Luis .n" $aa.d. K.a.'inMe ani( ) M \\ utHt .IIRTIIOIY I'.111T1'Mrs .(lint er .. !I.of". 'ii' |liuiir"ril ;
'
Not EXPERT
.Ib'd" f'rOM".. fitt'i" Ir..u--.tall l.lvil l diVHrv "Kiiarinteeil "'..rk.- I II, Ml.iLillian .... <.lm'I I 1'' ,IIf).i'h| "hull iHlMUli, ., ill
F.: II. and
foopi-r ,, iV.I.'S! (II I
C"
i1tUhrryl.pt 'ndn i '' i i III 'nxl .11 1 LAMPSmsiiit
('r.slmnut 1 .. hostesscH ,"I Wit,,,. nit,, hand. u.il. ..rff "I,
N J It ( ntry were 1'
Hit. l.l>* 7. ninrfcwiuiil. Land Bank > I .
.
... :. Federal iCadioO <. '1 l' : ,
Pl'WANNKK. ,'OI'-\TY I.IVKHTfVKMAIIKKT : : i birthday mirprloe. party give I.. ." -
: Aiutl.,0al meh "'V.1.I FARM LOANS Saturday O> t 1.1: nt the live* iMml : :
---- .. iu '
?N nefl A epvrnted hv .f P Ottom : nice home of Mrs Cooper, hot -==-=. =' --'"-=--'-- : '. '
Ir" i-h 2I"M. l.lv (ink Kin. 41r" Long Term< -SeeIS. Low Interest. ;; >ring Mrs Win Nultles (flrann\ i {jJ lf1 '" ;. '(

ii.i-'iKt' API KUIl I.KNT.:/ full m her K'lrd: < birthday Oranr ;l
.:' ;7'l T. inl:l.. Av. ii ill \\ IIIIVAN I ,
p vho' has. bu. n n resident of th
11.\Jt!tAIN! I.". liiiii'''' on frail. St.Inriiilrr TIUV.. ;\1..ln Street N. 'ommnnity for a number o' fAILC 't
I 1I..lIyw.,1| I'limern tit lift .
Florida
,.,hap| lOITtfK ialnen\llle, \'< fears In loved by all who hay, .
"ep3SERVICE lad the pleasure of knowing he'
otnfortablv furn.'l.: HKWINll MACHI.VRH, new A: IIH4nil >
ItRNT .1-rift I <
.in., It rlrr ,' '. eHifV, 'y".n'. I. O Ilemin.. : She was presented with i III
In.nl. rn
ia-13:
." (' ....v. 2'J4 rt Thnmpon ytt 1 li birth Sun, 'I..n., Turn., JSov.:
ni-pa Adults Jlrn f. Wynn I )needful corsage a large:
1'y mi, nut, 10 fall, Ml tf ,/
SI.I'T.: Kllll I nl I' ST. film 3 riAr IHV cake and many beautlfrTlfts. .
I |>vt. Beth IIIN i tovi. & hfl, var. .1 ,
Feltt14NT' modern i-ountry home I. hot wntwr Pvt .*.n".n"1'1", Chas. C. Delicious r..r'e-hm..n. I'fltl.
with hat water other ennv.n.nneM I M..t Unuli'iI'nrk rlnen_II were served I by the hostes.
,. bath on the etlirecif
f) rrnHt .
50Ii
UU: K.. ShepherdAt la a native of Indinnn $159.50 Value
town i' II Nunworthy. Fein HKNT; ; 4-rm.. apt. furn. i itinfurn 0I' Granny
''all St.. Starko 2111-18 lint /fr. (rll walnr It. Station .
Service 12 4
I' CJay'n! ? q'prya
H Thompson
UI
J'HII.i'iif aiiinnlnir 7:1: ru. ft. newrefrigerator Ktnrktf/I..mln..way. IIVH I. nany more year.. of life and hap p II 1i In/ .Hun milt .u .... evtriiHALK sluing'. S

.<.r'hy..f! .n'rul"I': II'Huppli r.....II, Ml Jae.N F:. F l HAI.I.::: t'np. ..nhaen rahhaiplantH >lness Is the sincere wish 01h'r sa ..* TECyyaCp I'KH'K:

Call St Hlarkn. 21 tI.\8 13 prr thnnsend l 'K.' :. ...---,-.-.------ many frl nds. A
-- I H..IHK.. Itt 1. liox gi, HturliII' I '.; .
1 Mr. .and Mrs' O.) F>. rilMson en Lon McAIINter Ann earner
-WANTED- full HALF; vklll "II' ,y-j'j: ;: rl--;:: TABLE r;
I ten liln'l"... narrlflrii *ll>n. Ji-i' h I II..W..lt CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION ertalned at their home here re" .Win ShortsNed. ; h
< "w with nr -lNi heartlliiri > I cntly with a surprise" birth
Leases ..., otr. KatTlflcr 11.10./ AllmiitiUllnirw LAMPS
Turpentine I l.iy party honoring/ Mrs. Join }
hnrriwi rluivilnant" j ., Thuri., Nov Ill, 17
f
WI 1.1.$0( BUY >Mn.. whit* ..hlnK.(*".. rlt. *.., Strickland of Green C'ove Sprlnc'I'hn .s
I riTturm.. plumlilnail..l .. hnrunrc. tuveiind 11411/ 'III.K: KKATl'KKSTORMY: \l
YOUR TIMBERIn ....II". "t<-. .t A ..urriri.rlvMtelv /"- I' honoree recclxed' ninny ry;
I >' owned l left over frohiilMlnvl. useful Kl'ts. About 21'Kue..ta : $12 Value
Bulk or Unit lir. Ln-liT'. Kingl.Lake l>' irraHlon wi tliher. ) ..1 .Ii....
Htarke. Pl.t.' Il, enjoyed the t?
With or Without 'Land I .; --I- :SALI: PUICK; o..uY
CK.Nri.VII.NIMA Fdl'.MOSA AZA 5uah lt'>rry ..P., Jean Bogen
WRITE or CALL j.KAMHtTiall: plant** w,ll ri i>tMil- Chailcs .r.vlh'''. ) n
Mrs. -
ton, for t.so. 7 I.. S In.-h wrnnteil .. Mr and C 95 Reg. $19.95 Val.
PARRISH 60 cl.>.-n. And,' man; anti l children and Mr und Mr F S'UN'K
W. Inrgrr"' xlass. 15.1..arr.. .,sal.., t SALE" ; ( ( :
on
I-awtey, Fla. 4.arlrn. .::arl"' ..". Via., I IIP lay Forsythe left recently SOFIAfiurlc : y 7 .
Ph.J: ''h.'o weeks' trip to P.nnt.ylvanll.and j r
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Ohio.Recent. 11
ANTE t'
Foil IJ.I..":. Krontproof Auitrmllan I guests )In the home urMr.

plnp_J
Maml' I I. ,Ihiilit. .Kryxton >lrl,.>ltii.Itp TIMBER I ( and Mrs. F W. Hamrlrk an. IMI) 'KLK: 'P\.TI'UE I

I I of Jatksonvllln Mr
three
eons
WAN rKI>: Young J-THry HtBrke.amity milk ItpIIniNa. CItOSSTIES, andjULPW001) i and Mrs. Buddy Charron anti l Sinister Journey I ISIJ IT'S A ACT YOU CAN DO BET T E li AT
4(11 Mitts \MIHani "o'd
raw. I'O. C.'anos.Hun ........1..1 > PHARMACISTS four children Mr. and Mrs. T. J I II

Htlppli.h *,|uli>m... nt Large. .*.rvlc"'.".'.1 No pl T. too small or too I larke and daughter Bobby ol"allahasseft .\ I II
Ion, Law prle CJu..k i O.VTIIK-MINIT: SERVICE Mrs. Qeotpplnjf Denmark Furniture Co.
J'.n. 7t11.! snl-/lay a....11.* r.ay-I terse Mr. and I II
.. R.I I The Spoilers
tn" P.a h bra .lIn..1I : PHONE and) three children: and

Jo'f.n HAI-K' 17 ar. farm hearing ellran, 10 truck tand.JIIj: I and Mrs Leonard flamn.and .
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; and Mr.
i Day 64 Night SHOKTH .A .SEUI.\L"
p.elur.aIwdrm.. .. Will 203 Lake Butter" Fli*.
Boa -
11.60 niw .,hlrk i. hoes .1 : : daughter ___.______ _. i'
and with I 1 ._ h
.hlrkrna..ll fitrn. sow or unfiirn hi>.a.. J. r:' .*?.11.; I .. Ordancem T. W Cunning' -.c=-, _. _' .-= ___ -- __ =-r

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by her absence and spent a good part of morning present W. P. Kemp and Wailei I In tin !:.1.'* of X. T. Hit.... De- I. Clrrult Comb. Bradford Cam r, II. Clrrvlt ('........ Bradford Ceuatr.Florida .
herself conspicuous .
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r..Mrd.Notlre. Fl.rtditi. I. < .......,. i In ( haaeerr.Klliubeth
I and a erch disclosed her getting It running. Then when Sapp are both opposing him. They; In hereby that tile ennlo Ruth Urnedb't plnlntln. YR. A. Itliliarda., Plaintiff vs.

In tho woods with a newly made discing field was surprised to see are both new In Lawtey politics. \ lliiilorHlKnoil. on the given day of Larry Ooorite ItHiiedUt, lI"t"ndl&nt. Fred !,. HkhardK, Deffnd.ut Ca. >.
Hfptfimber, A U. 1949. filed a Final Cane No, 7800. No. 7591
said al Charles Dinkins (III asking for reelection -
and
Lily" we
nest "Not for you Alice waving pointing Accounting of ltd AdmlnlMtratlon of Order of fnnllratloai a.d Notlrs toAppear. Order of Publlmtloaollpe. 4eAepear. >
1 to her "you're not having; your tractor. Seems that she could see to the council and Winton the Kxtat of N. T. Hlti'h riKCBBHcd, ST\TH OK K1.OI1II t.l "'1'\1'1'' H.OHlll Sam
and Notice la further given that I.niry George llvnedlrt whoRe 'l'8- wht.iH .Idence
lllchurdH
woods, but In :a nut hall I Parrish has also announced for Fred lj
pigs out In the that the harrow gang after publication of thla notlcn Idenc la unknown: ROIl .aildromi. IH li-! I'lonHiint till"01.
Sam McCarveyI'he lied where we can take promptcare worked loose and one of the disc council. The two Councilmen whose< once each week for four conHeciitlvewooka You are required to appear on W'orch .ter, ManBachunetta, :
Uy will' b madn 0.. 6, 194ft In Inn I above. n..m..1COllrt
appllcailon to onPea
terms Charles DLnklns to appear
So we loose and wobbling expire are You are required
I :
of your offspring. blades was thu Jlonorahlu l 1C. K. f'nrryinan, and cause, wherein plaintiff In the above iiameilCourt
author will he glad to r.DIARY.' lured her to a shed and then went round. Good thing she saw it. and J. E Wall Jr. County Judge: of Rrndford Pounty. seeks divorce A full) (are of xald. 8.and 11I4U C..UR". wherein' plaintiff
Florida, for tint approval' of auldacrountlnic minor child, Itradford County
ceive Items! of "Intermt ('on..rn.InJ to get some Iodine and some rags! for It would have caused a lot of Kir and !Mrs. L. H. Hill were In and for Klnal I Dlni'hjirseof Telegraph shall puhllnh this OrderIn peeks dlvorie.nhnll publlBli. Uradford thin L'oUlltyT"I.M'ral.h OrderIn

t ( the activities of farmer In to dry off her plfjs. In the meantime damage If weed much more I In: Tampa over the weekend visiting the underHltcned\ .. ait. Executor of next four wt-nkly Issuer next four weekly laaueaMtneHa ,

Lary Bradford County. Siiggeatloni. may Lily promptly discoveredthe that condition the Greydon Jones family who havea HUld'1'ho entute' 'ttl...nll<- \..tlf>nnl Hank of enl Witness at Htarke mv hand Florida and. thin official Nov; \ at Sllirko my hand Klurldll, 1 and, thin officialNenl Nov2 -.

Iw left at the Telegraph office or locked shed door and almost that work child suffering with Polio. They .. 8. I 114'' .
Well that stymied ] Jni>kN nllli*, a Bxeoutor' ot the (OFFICIAf "SEAT: ,) A. .1. 1B4!
mailed, to Sam McGarvry, Lam'ley, knocked the building down In sort went on and did some other reported the child doing nicely] I.iiHt Will) and T"'Rm"nt and An ('lei,'k of Thnmn"1 (OFKIl'IAT, RK\M: \ J. Tliomil". .
I rrls Florida. Then sha Then when left afternoon 'odlclla thereto of N T, Hitch Piv ITaven rronhv n. P A.. er' raid CourtBy .
I making her escape chores until feeding time. they Sunday P. C.
Dnieaned Hv (1 I. W Frazier MXVlnfHrealdint Robert If Punian. Lynch PulldliiK.Jacknonvllle Haven Crosby
I busted a grate and went back to when carrying feed for hogs and Rev and Mrs. Winter Giddmg. and Trust Officer Klurldu" ,T Frank landium;: Starke, F'InridnIAtty. ;,. .
II .4 41 11-SI .. Atty. for I'lf 11-4\ 4t 11-31\ for I'lf 11.4 4t 1125here's
( And found her. business visitor to Jacknon
Watched weather anxiously until :stalled and In working order. her nest where we pigs out to field 1 on tractor ran wore

we had some rain, and then It Is worth more In comfort, convenience I Less dauntless soul might have I II !over one of our best little pig. villa last week. -- -

I and sanitation than it laaid. "Have your pigs and the I Had been going very slowly, Dr. Shuler Peele, District Superintendent -

got some more strawberry plants I'heck with you!" But not us. We and carefully but It happened 110; was a visitor at the
set out. Shouldn't really talk about Is possible to Imagine It Is not,
I waited half the night and wh..nIlhe ftiHt that It was over In an instant parsonage Thursday of last week.
our berry patch aa when to what sonic people I s .
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contrary I first pig was born Lllv mistook lust like all accidents). Rear I James Phillips who Is employedIn +4A
to Walter Wilkinson lately think for a farmer buta
talking a luxury I I our solicitude for her pig wheel of timtor ran over the Macon, Ga., spent the weekend
he Bald he had "a few plants downright necessity After a I
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for hostility and became very i poor little thing's head and we here with his parents Mr. and
set outabout 33,000". As we hard days work a hot bath Is Invigorating
!belligerent; That plus the fact our got down expecting to have to Mrs. O. J, Phillips.
have only about 3,100 net out and ; and refreshing; no one.
flashlight gave out was excuse kill it to put It out of Its misery Mrs H. B Atwood Is In Birmingham a
only a few thousand more to putout will question the convenience of
enough to call It a day. Hut It hobbled away on a broken ;: ..Aia.. visiting her dnugn-
you can see we're only small a modern bathroom over tha the worst leg and went right( In the pigcreep ter. Mrs. Floyd Ward.
fry In that department. Heard about 'old ,fashioned back house; and Next morning came The
nnd stalled eating. Mrs Mae Wells was a business how
two Interesting; Items though,1; where Is health and healthful disappointment next day visitor to Jacksonville one (Ia>'
.ti, concerning strawberries. One living more important than on a presented us with only six pigs our eyes'! Thnt little pig seemed Inst week. e
here In Bradford County farm? of which one wall undeveloped C
grower ) to have recovered l entirely wltfi Mr and Mrs. G W. Roberts were } trkto
Is handling his crop with a tractors I a I I and It had to be destroyed( So '
the exception of a alight limp. In Deland last Sunday visiting
and another Is putting down a 3-, Mrs. Stalin, or Lilly at we originally after all our work with that dog .
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of pig rosy relatives.
Running over
Inch well so that he can Irrigate.; named her had her '/ gone sow we get five pigs, whichif makeBERRY
have been a good;: thlr.for/ UH in Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and ,;
Going to try to visit thorn and get And juHt as she does PI/H'j(I we are lucky enough to raise showed dramntlcally .
the long run, for !it family were In Orlando last Run-
the complete utory. else this dogl"nelOW did will Just about let ux break even.
must
how careful you day the guests of Mr. Brown'smother
possible thing to annoy and anger See us in Gainesville,, about eight n
ho In working a tractor. From Mrs. Silas Brown
At long last after much hard us To begin with, she wasn't supposed weeks from now and you'll have
now on we're going to be more Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Futch and
work and BIoi. of fuss and bother to farrow for another week a chance to buy her after which
safety' conscious than ever. family of Gainesville were guests
not to mention a quite large so we didn't have quarters prepared you ought to have your head S e
of the
May family during the
xpence, our bathroom is In for her. She simply made examined : I
Saw our first cardinal or redbird weekend.
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i this fall this week. Very gladto Mr. and Mrs C. E. Strickland''
Made 30 beds with tractor
up I welcome this showy bird back and daughter Betty and Mr. and
easily and well. Marked some of .
for it Is one of Nature's most Mrs Marshall Strickland of Guina- GROWINGmore
the beds off and then had helper
DearbornLIFT spectaculor. Then too his song vllle spent Sunday here with Mrs. ,
start to put fertilizer out (1-7-3
Is very pretty. T. J. Terry. :
A 40 percent organic, with Chlor-
e e Mr. and Mrs. John Tomesello
done). The two Op'I'atlonll'llyn.. !
TYPEField A chronized well and all 30 bed Attended the PTA Halloween were visiting |In Tampa recently. ,

I about Carnival l at Lawtey Saturday, ; Congressman Charles Bennett
were made and fertilized I in
)Had It nice time a in last and
level- night. very spoke Lawtey Friday
4 hours Then the next day
fine meal nod met a lot of Inte- spent some time with his friends I
ed the beds and they were readyfor
.
cabbage plants.If resting people. Highlight of program here discussing the political pro

+ ( was a Tom Thumb wedding blems.
things right plan to plant I
go
which was the hit of the Bho,',,,. The fifth and sixth grades from
about 5.00O( () plants at a time unlll PROFITABLE
Along: with Alice and Mrs. Ed- Raiford played the fifth and sixth
we have all available land plantedIn I
wards served as judge/ for prizes grades of Lawtev school In soft-

cabbage. fur costumes, and that Is not a ball last week The Lawtey team. l. ::d_ _

happy job to do. However, both won.
Due to fact that Leo our" Air- very ARMOURuse '
all can do In a case like thais
you
dale nipped a neighbor this past In <'Ir,-ult ('"..... HriKlfurd ('<>UI''T: ,
"call them the way you see litrlditi. 'In <'knneerr.llchnd .
week we have put up a sign "Be-
Cultivatorreally .hem" and trust that people will 1 Clvde r>|ionitr, 1'lallillffv .
ware of Dog". Hated to do this/ as/ Mary Hue\ Spenser, Lli-ft we do not consider Leo to be u understand ('ass No 7rtn2
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Order of Puhlli-ntliin, And Notlre' To
bad dog. However we do have to .. ,' era teen
pear Clamp r Florliln iti
gets down and digsUse think of the fellings of visitors I Have heard of big hogs but MRrv Hue\ 14''.."...., whoa, i.,.Mhl....<,eMtirrell's '
wonder how many saw the picture is Inlet South\ raintlnii\ :
and certainly do not want anyone You are required' to appear, nnecemher
it shallow for eradicating harmed. Reminds UK of the time In the paper this week of the U Bin... I'M1)' In the .above
huge hog shown over at Live Oak named. Court and mime wherein
weeds or mulching or set it we had someone here nnd Leo llrndfordoiinty Strawberries fed
plaintiff neek divorce Vertagreen produce more high quality fruit
full Inches his week It was a boar and. believe per acre.
9 and
& deep really )I acted as though he might bite the ( Teleirrnnh shall puhlli-h this
;: churn'the soil. It leaves lund in It or not weighed l.lflO Ibs. Ord'r In next four weekly 1 1-mien.
: I person. "He's all right!", we assured WltneH: mv hunt) and: offkuln 1 The fruit is of better color, the flavor is sweeter, the vines bear longer.
shape to hold moisture and resist rust Imagine having to feed that
the guest "I know he's all "' larkl'' Florida. this )oov, I

wind erosion. right he countered 1 but what hoglWe're! 8(,OFFI'TAI Ig49 BHAM: A. J. Tholll.... Everywhere, growers say that Vertagreen-fed berries bring higher
rapidly becoming "sold"in An Clerk of Id Court
The Dearborn Field Cultivatorcan about an
me the idea of a pig creep': that Rv haven Creamy, D R: I I prices on the market. Get a supply of Vertagreen now for your strawberries.Use .
be attached to a Ford Tractor ..
John J. llrnd rHnn. Fsa TCI letar.l< !1-
in ono minute. Hydraulic Touch I Had roast chicken this week. IB, a place where the little pigs .nn )1101"",.. .'InckHonvllli*. Kloilcln,
nn get feed without larger animals \lty for IMf 11.4 4t II.:!iiIn
-- Control means easy lifting for Killed one of our White Holland
lawns flowers
.:, ._,. taking It from them Vertagreen for ,
away
-* Sr turns and trans roOHtei-H. It weighed five Pounds l, Circuit rmirt. llrniir"ril county,
Spring-actuated thank See it1! And / We have eight pigs we've fed that 'lorlilni' In C C''n..r. trees shrubs and
permit poliili lo ride port. hand I when stuffed with a dressing ('rnrr .All.nx. llnirrifi, F'lilnllff' VKlonifr garden vegetables.
over stones or roils and remember us foreemiincpiirlsand made with WRY, and even though they were Mnrvln Rogers.. I iiriMicl.ini'nHw T
repel them. ..... sausage; celery apple" not much to look at when, born ( No TflOlr
matically. \'orlell of etc., it was really good especially .> .lr <>t liihllrnlln amt '>nllee! tV ..
flW4T11 l and do not .... ... ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS JACKSONVILLE. FLA..
certainly come
....lnl..w.lI..ble. expert service. :: along with nice fresh : they |)|> .. l \ l-: nr PMllllll\"i 1 1
preen: from good stock and they are Hn".r" Marvin Rognr.. whuni' root I q .
beans right ou t of the garden,: .1'nre. IK .ear. llul-it UoKtrrKiufl"
EQUIPMENT"inc. e e really coming along fine now. In 'nip" Mill. .lliicc.ii (ji'.oraln
DIXIE .11. w"'vi pl'-. '-n the. pigs about You are rertiiii| l to tpponr. nr
, Al'oe' and the writer are Pre- to..o, B, I 1111, In Ihf aliovp muiiKilourt ,
SO: 11)3. of grain! at a cost of I (, end niiH(*. wh..rolrt I'liilntlfT ? ct
sident and Vice-president of thj about $0 00 and that plus their pneka .lIv"..'.... full .11'" 'nntinl. ," I)' t I a u t ,M h
Main South Gainesville: Fin.
1136 \\. St.. ( .
PWCGB's. Meaning of course, imtrol of mln >r .'hllit. itii,| |1'niTloniv. b
mother's milk minerals and ..
Who pasture otc lliii'iroiilntintv "
People Can't Grow Beet FLOWERS
seems to have done wonders (' Telegraph| shod pnhlli.li. Ihl.OrI. .
Have tried twice this tall and are for them Have to weigh them \ mv hnnd' and ofTlclnt, 'a d
Get new Just about ready to live a bent-, next week. coal I Ht Siarkf, Klorldii' thin, :Sea,; p1alTt..... (; VEGETABLES

less existence. a.(OFFICIAL UI lOP-H.> A .t, Th"lnn.. '
; STEMS
Speaking about our kitchen The highway to Hades Is paved A. ricrlt. t>f ..01.1 Court ns : 'zi:
/garden our butler beans I Jly Haven Crosby, |Iv C. LEAVES
now
GOODYEAR have blossom with good intentions, as they say, lohcrt II nil"....... I., n'h HullilliiKHfkHonvtllff. .
..._,__ buds. on them and and If so, a large part of it rvlll 'lnl'I"I'" FOOTS
we re hoping they will hurry AOy fur I'lf 11.4 4t 11-8'
up
be We'vebl'pn to .
ours. meaning - -
and make with the beans before'

old demon frost gets here. get lupine planted every day since 'wFT.
TIRES NOW and Mustard the middle of October, when It -
: turnips,, collards. green .
should have been and It Isn't in

beans onions cabbage: potatoes yet. Going to try hard to get It in .

(both sweets and Red Bliss). this coming week or know the

AVOID TROUBLE! fine English despite peas the etc., all are doing reason why! _

myriad number But before we're delayed again
of all tire trouble occurs in the last ot' Inseclll and pests A 5 Percent
we know some of the things which
9 Oaf 10% of tire life. Don't stretch your DDT the dust Is helping to control keep a farmer from keeping up I

luck. Play safe, be safe sea us for new I Insects. e with his woik. Chief among themIs 43f

Goodyear tires now. Old weather and we can't do any
Tom our mule
|III having
t trouble. thing about that!
He Is lame in one leg and

e 'S I We are trying to discover the

trouble and treat It. Seems he hadtoniething

I lodged In his LAWTEY\ FISHER BODY

4 \ tsWlo6iw 1 1I I which we tried to get out hoof buih"V LONGER HEAVIER :.. / The Stylellne D.lum. Sport Coup STYLING AND LUXURYCENTERPOINT

"ttle I.. II. Flitch whh
more difficult to

than .some of the smallerimlmnla WIDER TRIAD

I II on the place ELECTION sOON'

The year es almost ended December -

yM Kfforts to tho contrary' weed Is here and time for the City

me getting ahead of us again Elections Mayor AmU-rs! has called -

K.vi I and It seems that we can't simply the elections for December 8.. f Only one low-priced car ; Glt

I Uip up with them Neighbor Officers to be elected lire Mnyoi _

i ww tells, us that only way to rid your Clerk MurHh.ill and) two councilman ;

4towour :' garden of them Is to rake them for u two year term. Up until: brings all theseEXTRA
I you ,
up after hoeing and take them Monthly night the following had

1, w omit vf the garden and destroy made their formal announcement: I

ricllfve he has something them O. J. Anders, present Mayor 101 FISHER UNISTEELBODY $

I/. .spi'i.tally., as his fields look soI'I..nn. nuking far another term ont Lou<: STEERING VALUES" : CONSTRUCTION

H. 11111. City Clerk announces for

DlOWoubOF' I another lei'm. There are three men

I IFlA1l.1 \ Hint,, ONK OF TIIOSK: BAD who have announced for marshal

DAYS this week It you know others petted to announce later
r" Tr'5tJ
\\hate mesa One of those days Harry L. Sawer, is asking: to be s I
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when everything goes wrong. To elected to a full term of one year l lINCH
'jAllf'I'I'
I ', pL beginlth, cur developed tumble, Ie( la nerving by appointment atYour ,. """ ::;::., ,
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t WORLD'S CHAMPION PLUS LOW-PAlSSURIVALVI

l J- i fi TRACTOR -IN-HIAD ENGINE TIRES


Rid on Goodyear's Famous rr dec. t6&CHIEF

\ .. TRADE NOW I_All-Weather Tread Tires! i O lttrt _ff and it's the


LOWEST PRICED LINE IN ITS FIELD

1 ;{: FOR GREATER TIRE MILEAGE: i, t: :Ji!: i6


I ;>\\ Tire "broten-In" on cold roads deliver far more 1 ?t I sla/oe Full Power Performance : r l r I.


) !total mileage than tires first used In hot weather. : I 0 Balanced for EasyHandling : -r : i ,.
EXTRA ECONOMICAL
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Big Trade-In i a 0/ Complete : = TO OWN -
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J HYDRAULIC BRAKES
Line of Quickly ;
For Your Old TiresSERVICE : VISIBILITY AND OPERATE

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I State Koad 200 (U.S. 301)) At I ALSO'; rOVVEU R. p Dampier 208; E. CallStarke 1 1t CALL & COURT STREETS
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Church Sunday. Everyone: wet- Curt and cause wherein plaIntiff fly H.v", r'rop.hv 1'). c.
Baptist Church At The Tabernacle ssi'k. ,d''or"' llralt'.ri' CuntyT'Icgrai'h 'hll. H. it' es. 204.05) (
come. shall pllhll..h this Order Ih.I'.lInlf.I'. I .1"'k."avllI... ...r..lda.
or the I HAMPTON Mr anll Mrll. Allen Hall and In ,ileet four' Weekly I I..."... I Ally fur PIt. 10-21 tt 11.1&1..1.
The event
"John The Hot Hcad" Is the outstanding Witness Iny hllnl lint official I anal I
Tabernacle children, of Jacksonville were visittng at "'tnrk. this fletobnr I ...... ,
sermon topic this Sunday mornIng weekend at the wall By Mrs. 31. C. SweeneyI ?P'lorh' In S ( .. ItrudIord Co..,,,
of I Mr. and tlfrs. L. A. Crosby 22. UH, I I"l.ri.Iim, Is ( hnnr.ry.
at the regular 11 o'co'k! hour the R"'t'aran'e! Friday night (OF.'IL'IAI. flF..".) .\ J. I'ett,. 'OttN. l'isintlff' v.... Carter
Miss Helen Dt'utsch of the Oriental SlIndllY. A. Clerk 0' ... Thom..j 'lVIa. l'\.tte. Dsfsudant. Case No.
at the First Baptist Church. This I "(' I'F.'KY.U Cu 10-38 tt 11liIN 7104.limier
and the '
Missionary Society I
18 the second on "The o' r..I1..tlon ."d SnSI.. Is
message .
11ev. Morris Brackman m1ni.ter
graphic story told of her "xperl.enCt'8 Circuit C.utII.n.Itowd Coaaty, Appear. NI' S r., OF FI.OttIl)4 ...
Friends of Jesu8" subjpct. The 148 a Missionary In China all of the Methodist\ Church of I"IoIdai .. Chancery.I4'uiforci '.urt.r Clyde Waits. who., re.lden".

adult choir will 8ing. directed by and after Pearl Harbor Day. Soc L.nke Bother 18 the scheduled RISING ( 1oI..ar.n"nl..1. 1'I..nl.M".rN.. PlaIntIff c..... :vs.h'it.Va Ou.15NO. I. unknown: .
I You are r"IJOII..1 to otsNovpntu'r
appear
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS ChURCh 1 0. JESUS! ChRIST Mrs. Lucille Green with 1'o1l's. Mona spoke very convincingly and her sPeaker for the Youth For Christ RyIrll.: E''I'II Norman 21.1. Ut9. In the ahOVO
Canova at the Hammond. C...,.. o' PuhIlentlon er ::010.... I.pp. nlCnurt and cause. wh."ln
l.th St. and Temple 've I OF IAnER DAY SAINTS hearers gained a deeper insight In. !Meeting on Saturday evening. at \ .... If,... of Florida top, plaintIff seeks divorce and custody

Sunday School 9:4i: : a. m.; Mom. The Church of Jesus Christ ot The flirt worship hour begins at to the happenings! of the UI'lent. 7:30: () p.m. Young people have It''p..cinl tIiiovii M"lIr.. hoso residence I. or "hll.l. Aro.d'o..1
1\lr.\ and.tlfrs. Edward Norman link no" n: ('oitnty Teii.raph shall' publish this
Ing WorshIp 11 a. m.: EvngeI1s. Later Day Saints will hold Sun- 9:43: In order to 8ccomn10.lllte. the Though Imprisoned by the Japanese Invitation to attcnd. end Mr. and Mr.. Herbert Norman You are' required to appear on Orinr: 1 in n.tt tutu. weekly: Issuen.lyItnest .
who attcnd the Nov. 211. 19.'. In the above nameICourt .
tic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone day school In the USO buIlding crowds regularly for many months lolls Deutech my hiunl and oftlcl..1 .i.slat
Haines'message A nmnbo'r of Hllmpton famIlies were visiting Mrll. Laura Jackson an.1 cause wherein itterko, Flo.ldlIhl.. October
on Sunday services. Rev. and her fellow workers were seaka ,,1I"or. Uro"'nrd .
walcom. Temple Avenue every Sunday ntt'ncl..1 the Salvation Army In Jacksonville SumlllY.Ve plaintiff 15. 1949.OFFICIAl.
at 10 during this service will able the f'u"n.y T..I'liraph .hall pllbll.hIh' a.AI. J.
a.m. A cordial invitation to spread Gosl.1 nmi'asage' ( ) A. Thoma.
Services\ t weekly issu
n.
Order In nell
AIRPARK MISSIONARY i Is extended to all.E'ONGREGATIONAL. be "A Lad Who Heard Cod" from to those with whom they came In at tile Camp Chapel onTlle..l..y \ are glad to report that Mrs. Witness tOy beau o.n.1 "trl..lal "a'' ny 1Iav.n A. Clerk of 5'.Plaid COllrt
I of last and {'rosby D.
BAI'TIST 'CnURen the study of "Llve8 of Men ot the :cont.'tct. nIght week Cordon Jones. Is able to bu up again Itt .a.k". "orhht. his October Atty. for plr. 10-at: tt IlliI.
the HaUowe'.n Social IH>
22.
SUnday School 10:00: a.m. Old Testament". The Youth Cholf I The Sunday erv"'e! wel' In rlerson of Jacksonville following.Captain after her serlollll II1n..s" "e \O..IL.IAI. fI\iAt.' A. .J.. Thomas. Circuit ......... H........... CSNI,.
also want to thank Cl"'k, or .101 Coor.
sings at t'la: service directed by our many A. .'1..1.., I.
11:15 1'1 :TnODlST ChURChServcee charge of the assistant pastor, R.J. 11.11 She.r.ry.
Worehlp 10-2N 4t
Morning :
a.m. Mr8. Mena Canova and 1'0111111 Julia was the "penk..r. On Sunday friends for their kindness and .5 tlri'iui.. ''. ttlt.rs Plaintiff, vi.
Service 7:30 : Gomes. who brought tho mell- ) ..,.vt''I. 24Ier.. Lef.ndant.
Eevnlng : everY no
and I
p.m. rrat third Lawson Is accompanist for the actt'rnoon. a good crowd frm\1 sympathy ahown during the sick- C. ('i.c.It ( ours. MeadlorS ('0..'?, ('".. -/0. 75(0.
Prayer Meeting each Thursday Saturday night Sunday morning choru8. sages mOI'nlng and eVl'nlng. Communion here enjoyed the Song Conceit. ness of our daughter Mrs. Gordon I"Sorld.t I. ('hancery.H.h.nt crime. 0' ....1011........ and N."... I.
7:30: p.m. I 'U1d Sunday night, 11 ..m. andS \\a8 observed at the moru. conducted by Mr. 81R111 of 1-lay." James t.nnerCafl Plaintiff "......... 1..r.: OF VI.OUltt ...
H Jones anti the death of our little ".. Ilernit's, .thaw 1..n..IIIII". Liufeni- Harley Oll..nr.. itifrs. whae realIen..i -
-Rev. L. G. flemingway Putor.CHUBClI p.m. at Congregational Metho- Sunday Evening Happy our log hour. thorn.. In the lIope Baptist granddaughter Patricia Jelinett101 I nnl. "'as. -/0. 75115.tird. .. .is 1105 .i4sith Scott ittro...
dls Church service begIns at 7:30 and 18 the .. .r P.btI.'th'N aNd. ''Votl. IsAppear. Arlington VI.lnllYou \!
on Brownlee Road.- Recent Visitors to the Tabernacle Church at Tho'rc'lIlIa. I .
who
Jones died In the Shuidycreet 'r\TN 0. ..onl. CS'
lure required .0 appear on
OF GOD Rev. Ernest Criffis pastor period for singing request hymns to view the oil painting. "The Friends of J.V.. 1'.11'0. wiilhe Hospital on 8'pt. 22. 1019. She I'.nh', ithaw I.on..r..n. wh.,... erai.t'nc. ... November lIst 1919. In the above

Rev. 1. S. WlIJlamli., Pastor plano.organ and gospel duo choruses of Mr8. with Morse and the Feast Of H.llfhazzar". were Mr. glad' to know ho was able t&: \\'as thu .hlultht'r ot Mr. and Mrs. a., Itl1r"'ollUrlll.I. Ihl."n" ish CI"b.WeNt Tucker.Tow 1",1. plaIntiff tiutnimi Court seeks; .\an.i rC'.a'.Hn.d; : permanent wherein-

8th St. Clair SLI. CAThOLIC ClIURCII allli Mrs. C. 11. Newman of Key- return to work with the Hunupi.reyi. .- Gordon Jones of thIs HCI'Uon.0 lea: care cu.lody and Control 0' thaiuinor
Sunday Mesa 9:13 Mrs. Mann dIrecting the 8l glnll'.I Ynll a.. rsOIIPC.l to aPpear on 'hl"lr..n. D.a..r"
18 '
: .m. 8tonp Heljthta. Mrs. Newman aportrait '
00101 MOil'Idlty. \\ also
School 10 Corporation on are glad to that
Sunday a.m. The by the Pastor will report NovpmnLo.r" 2M. 11149. In the above County T.I"e.aph .hl\lI publish thleU.I..r
Sunday School 11 .m. message I painter and was much ml.pressed : after spending last week In Mr.. Maggie Norman 18 feeling I nl"".... (',,".t a",1 cause. wherein In next fur. weekly I issues.
Sunday Morning Worship 11 am Week Day Mass 8:30: ..m. be "T'o Fields Planted" and will the well I.h'ntl'f, peeks ,lIv..c. !tradfor.1 Witness my hand and official anal
Sunday mvenlnC' Service 7:30: follow the special music by the by al'Ustry. aa ss 'Shndycl'est hiosputal with I'AN'loIiS better at this writing.t ('..unte T.I..al'h. shall publish nt "lttnrke ....1...,. Ihle October
potY.
day by the depth of the subject.BROOKER. heart attack. this. lrder In next t w..kl" issues U.I'I.
P. 51 Seavica Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Study 18 every Wednesday Youth Choru8. I I IIn. .. (.Iu...It I'uua... HpiCiord ('..11I..?.I Witness ray ha".1 1\11I1 official seal .l..Il.'I.\I. ,t.t.5 A. J. Thomas.
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.rn. at '1:4:5: School meets !\ ..J.V.. Horne and youngest i"I'.rId.. ., I., C'i.aserv.A .1 I Niurke. Florida. thie October .\H Clerk' of said Cou.t.
: Sunday regularly "011., Hilly returned horns a I hOllY IIlor -------- at 93: meeting the requirements TUt'It-1 I..y, I I'nl"v..n" (I lord uu no. I ie.r."ulnnl. I flJo\I A. J. Thomis. lImit: iuIi ng, 'trksunvII I., 1I'IoiI.i$.
duty after spending several. days t'..... So O. 71119.Ii.Ier .tip t'l..rk ff Nutiul {'"urt. AllY. for I'lt. 10.21 tt 11-1&
tlf all ages with teachers trainedin .., I'ibiiesil.,.. mu %ssI... InSeer. fly ltsvet' Crosimy' Ileputy ( l..rk.
reaching each group. III Colonlnl height, I'otersburg. .. "'''''1'101 liP' .O..IIH ...iIi i 'p. l.'ri: I.k I..u nd mmmiii: itt::;u'k:., Flor Ita.tty. : .. ('Ireult (.....f. Hendlard ('soal?.
By ha Mae LeIa. Va.. with her 8on.ln.law andiuitightei' i'auIuvui ile 1 I Ii'cl a no 'Ii,,.. .\ for 1'1' 10.:8 41 II.IM FiewlJut I. ..10......,..
"DID THE GOVERNOR MAKE A Training Unions gather at 6:13: ( ,.:rJ..n,'.. an:) ,iilr.io, Is 14 ;\ hit- irsuu Jhnson l'ialntlff. vs.' '
and 3Irs.Itkhir.1 .
Cor'pural Is I'll )I'ln..... Iiro.kiyn S..w Y.rkV. : I. ('IrruPt. ...... UraIfar.l ('...'?' ('. Johnson, befendant.: Ca..rHT
with a period of fellowship pro- PTA J\1F.I'TlS'J': I). MIlY. Mr8. May uccnnipanleui ,,,, are, rs'quI' .11. 10 muppeuir oil ..1..1....' IN S .......,.. 10
BIG gram and worship planned to Nr' 25, I IDU.ln I he "htv.. liii,uoI. hubert M ow..n.. t'lntlr. Vlt 59r4.r .f P.Io..I. and. N...... 0..Sppeae. .
011 her
MISTAKE? The regular monthly meeting mother and brother ('(,.,..t "n.1 cause. wh..ln 1."tln.IH 1'I..rll. 1..oIHA Ow..nH, I lrfeniutnt.SrIer N'l''rFi 0' .. ..ORU." ...
meet the needs of each age Union. the BI'ooker PTA was held Thnrs. to hampton end wIll r..maln ,.e'ku ,dlvorl'', )li'nuInI '''ollty' I t ..... No. 168M. J',101 C. Johnson whouo re.leI..Dc.IH .
J.lld-week service a8 usual Is for the ""I"If.nl'h .ha,1 I'.II.h I hips (imuisi'In at ..n..41o... aaI 'datIee. S.spear. tli. U.rc", t"o.cllV. \:
What do think? day night November 1. at the Thanksgiving holidays.Mr. I n.... four' weakly issii..s I e'r'rIl 0. .'I.Ol4IUt t., ..", ".e requIred. In appear on
Then held
you hear this each at 7:30 attended
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sermon Sunday Wednesday : IIchool. with the president Russe1It. and Mrs. Marvin Eilan,1anfl %%'Itin.M my.,.'..' nnol otrl..I..1 Niila l'e.I.ris I.ui'e h, reelit November Slut 1549 In thC ahoy.nanmed .
night at 7:30: p. m. at the Church where there Is by nearly 100 who acclaim t Ni ark.. ""urlI... I his (I'lob"r : iie', 1>,11.1, atirest: Is.16 h'II itt.: Court. and "&.11..,. wh..lnpI"lnllr
Green presiding. family moved this week to ... .. htradforit
this >95.> 1919. w..t I'i'ii,alIu.. M..uth ('n..llnal .kltlvor.
"The Sweetest Hour of theWeek"
always a friendly welcome. n"po.tll, .of the Hallowe'en Homlt"ItH". where Mr. anti 1\Irs.\ (.......I .I.\I. IHI.A.. .1. Thonn". Toil are "lr.ID.. Ifn iimpvitr; onN.ni'r {'''''UlY Telegraph shell publish thio
Ir .
C..I"I A. (.'I"rk n' said, Coort.ry 51. tin, iitoVC Order In nest tour weekly issues.Viin.sN
nlval which was helit. on Archie) O. Eiland arc also IIvlnlf. "It\'n (.'....b". n. ('. i,,..tiieI" ('0111" o.nl, cause. wherein % my hand aad official. scsIat
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH To these and all other services 29. were heard at this time. The Mr. anti ),frs.V.. H. Maxwell 'r. .'.IIlIk. I.nll.lro". illarks. "'lo.ltAlty. ,\. .Iulni 1ff .....k. Hampton Invltatloll'' I f. ( Tri.'rsph shall publish' this IS. 1"1
at the church a cordial i'm 1'1' lo-n 4t II.U 'oIliy :
total amount taken In was reported have recently been shopping inPahatka t li't'r,: 1 In nest famr weekly Issues (tlFFIl.'IAI. 8\\1.\; A. .7. Thomas.
Don CRAY Pastor Is extended to any who would find' I a8 $1\9: anti the net profit baa and on Sunday were vlsi' 'n "I..1t ("....... .......,.... CouNty. Wll"I I .... my''ha',iI' a nt' offi. ,'is I st'ui.1"I I A" ('I..k of'. held Court.
Jo'I..rhl" ibis th'tobsr ny hluiven Crosby lId ( ,
'lo.ldn, 'n I'hanery.It Itt.rke. ,
a place of amid
worship friendly been estimated 1'8 $31\0.\ tore to Jacksonville ."" 1 14i....I... I"n'nllf'I I v. ('iiuii'l'N. It I'4'I' ":. K. l'rrrvmuun, 8.ark.. "Iarlda.Attv. .

Bible School at 10.00 ti.. M. BTU at 6:30: P. M.c people and 8urroundlng8. The Ifehool) and PTA wish to exprt's" Mrs. 1.1. M. Williams had alt 75111.lire.1.,1!>\'ari. 14..1.. .. I.i.f..ntis. II I. c.i.e S... ((0..11"1.A....t'l..rk:.\1.\ ..r.\.1 said Thomas Court.liv .. C,,. I'll. 10-11 4t 11.1t

their appreciation to every. Sunday dinner guests. her moth.pr ... o, I'iIPiui'NIION. NNi 4ii111'e torecur. ""V"" 'nimby III I. I '.
Methodist Church \ ...1..1 0' YII>IIIut tam I' It. ... iluirnOt' !V I.lftmI AT LAST
one who helped to make this one I Mr's. Ehizu Fancher of I"Itarktl" I 'han.. IMlVllr,1: 5Ielc. chose restIt'ii "- iii.I r.11 I:.ir. .rll'k"; sun. V I:I I:.'. I"br. 1,1 ,. RELIEF
= -- .. of our most surf''Hflll' cRinival,4 anti her uncle. and aunt Mr. an.1MI'M. .. .... a nI. It..ld rots I I., 20$ S..Oh, Ally for I'lt. __ 10-21 H tI.1II.
A theologian 18 who thinks ;IOlnlh: 14..1.., Newark, ;Sew Jersey :
I one The of Albert P. Stringer If High ...;;.; ,.
PossibilitY buying It new1 i I V. arm 'I"I"d, 10 "'.1'."' nilNvpnil '.1..11 c. lI.n.U..1 ('aunt ForYour COUGH
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. logically about Cod. We continue piano for the school wall discussed" Sprlnlfs.I '" r IH. ISIS In the .Ivs .',...''de, In I has....?.
with our November emphasis on flu"n.eI C'nllra i stud i's.."i se. V..h..r..I"I It. I". NriisI, n. Plaint' 1ff v. 1'Ine:
Lewb D. Pastor nt this meeting but It was decided I I and MI'.. Jack Eddy: and 1"ln.IU' ""','klt lIvor.','. ciistoulV. nf 1II."n, I a.r.I'IIII.I ('Lie" S... .7 lii', Creumuhiun relieves promptly bersuseii
Halncs
"Our Faith In Cod. The most to try to hllvu the 01.1 one rl'p..lr.I'd baby daughter of \VaMo an1 Mrs.Elsie ,'hll,1. 'Stile' III l>rnw.v., cii'. lii'llI.fr.ri 4IrIer ..f 1..11..410. ss.l. ''Votl. toS Mutt!. right to the .ut of the trouble
,. ,. ,. .' C IOU
universally satisfying ('. ip a I V T."h, .hllll I I p"hlI..h linear. \1'.1 4)1" 1.11' and c.pel 1.00enrh1ellm
assumption for this year. tie' Ihe PTA could I I Hall and little Ronnie Ze'bed.'e this I ''ruler, In n".1 fii,' .......IllyI."OH. 1'.1": IL N..l'flil a. ...h..... r's'1.1...n'a ,"''',' to help I..en germ"olhe .noJ
"'a The heart of Town And In The Hearts or theory or conclusion with refer- not take on any npw pl'oje't of Oainellvllle weme vl"il. ; illIrt'es. I. I lion I 1101111I1\11, St rest. KiiiCII anti aid nature to
1
once to our universe and to man- Wlth"j SVItii.'ss n.y hand '.tn.I" 'rI'lnl seal 1 ,,,. N. C'.: hell raw; senuler inRlmed bronchial
of The People" out discontinuing aid for the : InK relatives here MOllday. 1111..1 to zus.ps'ar nflNoveimt.u'r memhran...Tell druggist
kind 18 that there Is a God behind 01 i'tiuti'ki.. 1'ln.'II.' 1 his I i'tnler"a. Y..II are "' macoils your

8ou'hem; and within It aU. A modern author room. Miss Juno Recht'r wall an ov..rnlRht tH..I.\I.. Ut" 1<.:.\1.' A. J. l'hnmuiu.AN oil unei. 4'"u 21"1.rt a,ni iSIS, t'IuUNU In .'.11,0 wh..r..l"1.llIlntlrr iitove 10 .II you a bOIlI. of CnomulllOn like
A I3aptist Church For AU People The PTA has been paying $:m Runt last Thursday of ( "hi seeks ''IIvor' btruu'IVordt'tmflty with ,he unol..llndioll you mutt
l'I"'k ot Court
6', 6 I wrote: "Be satisfied with Just per month on hunch room workers Miss Martha Henry of Starke.Mr f"Y" Ift".n, t'rnhihy 1C.*. Tp'leptr.iph. ,shall.!...'k\"i.: :'..thIs. ,he ...." it quickly allays Ihe cough
the mere fact of exl8tence. Why i i.'i'W" I. I'"U..". NIII'k... l"I'nidui.Ally. tIrter I In nest Cair or \n... are to hlv cool money back.CREOMULSION.
Morn. Worshlp-.9:13. : &i 11 Happy Hour 1:30: try to unravel origins and why salaries and for free lunches for J. F. Johnson spent the for 1'1' 10.:' It t\.11\ WIIII..1t my h"n.1 an.1 oHI..I..I lctibCfii seal.
a t .Nlurks, .1'J'hl.. thlH (
Sunday School- 9:43 Training UnJon-83 about whether an Rvel'/e/ of about 10 children weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J.O. '
worry and whence: 'n ('Issisit feurt. ileadloeC ( .....,. Iqt )
Midweek. !Service "'..d"e .day, 11:00 I'. I."po" Accept present existence itself and per day for the past several years, Lamoroamc at Smith Lake.MiSs. l"SnrldNi, Ia ..........,. ,tll"l"1t21,'.T. "1"t.t'l..rk.) .'C A. said J. Thomas.As Court. I.., Couehs.ChestColdS.BfOflChItli,

III make the most of It." But that is besides helping to buy necessary M. \VaHerlton.. Mrll. T. :%,fluili.,Ii II 'File.?.Itrle: ,:,,,J."I r..I-1;,::;:;. R l'ialnl fit. I I'sac:lit. N.m vs.i

not for 18 lunchroom equipment and IIpt.ndIng J. Alderman and .It'll. J. '1'. Guy 15M3.
enough me. nor It
TWO GREAT SUNDAY MORNING SERVICES: around SlOt} per year for play Were visitors at the Owen 0"1'd..p .., r..h".It'lon It".1 .tI,.. Snappear. Men' Clothing.
enough for The 8ub- Bryanthome '
you. sermon "
I tam
FIr.t Service, 95: A. M.: "Tht' Lad Who heard. thHt". 'r\'I'.1; 0' .1..1. ilill ALVAREZ' ST IRE
ground
eqllipment. Ilt 1894
.. ject at the 11 o'clock hour Sunday In Waldo Jllllt w..ek. In"n l'mrnhow, whoa" r..I.I'n" I. Established
Regular M"n'I. 11 .\. :\1.: John 'The hut head' unk""wII'V. '
This Rid to the lunchroom IH do.
morning will be: "Is There A Shopping/ In Gainesville TU"II' .." II.' "IIlr.,1 In 1'1'11'' n"Nnv.
Fvcni.ig; Happy hour 1:30: Two n'II.. Planted"0Vlsit Cod ?" cldedly conslh'r..d to be our most '' lay were 1'011'11. C. L. May Mrs. (I.P. 2M. I ID I 5, I" tho 1I1"vo nut, ,iimel -
..
; The The topic of the Sunlay evening worthwhile project all In keeping WadHworlh nn.1. Mr. anti Mrs. I IHt'nry
The Church WIt! Visiting p..rr the price of lllO'h"8. at Hie more! I
Hlna"n and .
message will b. "Consider the family.SUNNYBROOK
,,:I Heavens." When we do thl.. Cod's'' children have th" benefit of Ii well A R L IN
balanceil 1 hot lunch. HOME
divine answer walks Into the very GSSTARKE

center of our lives and Ills wOl'ld. Mr. and Mr" \VIIIIn Or..n nllclda"lChtc'rlt ST

Remember that the Sunday Were In Gainesville Sat. OWNED

Builds firm foundation 'i school begins at 0: 13 Sunday morn'Ing. urlny. lIy "...n.la ('ruHhy & M ar k

There ,Is a class for )'ou.I I rocery
I Mr. anti 1\I1'H. Harry F.oIwar.l.

I us.You are Invited to wOI'shp; with visited Mr. and Mrs. Vel'non 11-1 Mr. alld Mra. J. C Coin sirid HI'o\I.S): FonVIm' I< KN IIJIH) : (: N\'I'() 1Blm I 12, 1J9WE \

I wards. HlilldllY aftt'rnoon.Ir. Mrs. I" I. Cain of Ft. White i; HEHEn\'l' 'fill'; Rliii''i'iIMIT; IUANTITY Cor. ('all &(. Cherry Streets

Hnel Mns A. I. Fnwlt'm' and" were visiting Mr. and Mrfl. O. BCioshy i : .
Church
Of Christ
:\Ir. and M1'8. It. I. 'owlo'r of imn.l l Betty Cain recently -

1/S9" McNeely's \ I.: .miii's. ;\lInl..r. J..cllHunvllle visited MI'. and Mrs. ]Mr anti Mrs.! Pr"lItoli" I I'hilonllll.

o.V.. Bltrry Friday MI'. aril Mr" Halph I'hllmlln. ,
foreslgh'and Planning Ihblo School -- 10:00: a.m.
1"l'nllt"VorHhlp 11'O, !\fr. IIl1d I'oIrH. A. I). Crosby ofStul'ke Mr. .n.1 Mrs. Claude MnUle Itllc.l 25POUND 3.19
am.SlIbj"'I Mr. and Mrs LARD
Assures Profi'ableAvinti : "\\'hut011101 Jesus ticShinijiti vlslt.,1 friends and rel..tlve", I YIltI'll of Tampawere
recent! jtU"HtS or the Hllilt.
I here and attended services at the
lie Clime To 8ta rke In
n Career DupUIfL Church Sunilay.A I lops. Mr and Mrs. I). H. Crosby j
I''rson.'hllt \Vould lie Say? : an'i I Ul.tty Cain.Lavon .
'Vh"I'e 'olild lie. Go"Evangelistic large, crowd of people nt'l
t'nded church, .r\.lceH and Crosby I. confined to
Service 7:3(

I tt'n.IIIIH'9 We.' are next expertlng Sunday the of lurgest- :the p.m.en-at. on tea"t the III the ground afternoon. following Hlln I / ay.n snug hon. speedy Shlldy'r'Ht r.t'overy.. I lI\Ve hospital nIl, wish with hllU vii/ uspnetllnnnia. BABY FOODS Special! 3 For .. .. .. .. .. 25c

orlng our BllptlHt l'astor Rev.
the background and know hs:) Lire mel.tlng. If you have not al. Mr.
Technical Sgt. Jones O. McNeely Donald, and !Mrs Jack Anlr"wlt and
which will Insure his adva....... ready' planl1l,1, to come then do HO.W. ( Mnrtln on his first "nlll.versrar1 "hll.lr..n. and
of Oreenv1lle.S. C.. now serving at MIII'k I Ilenll'I'Hon
Marietta Air Force Base has laid ment. The U. All' .v: e 00a3 .. expect visitorS, from all over I here. Were vIsiting Mr and ""'8. 1"loy,1H. PORK & BEANS Phillips No. 21h Can 171hc

the foundation for a successful this same opportunl.. to ot.r: the /ltutp. They will want to 1 MI'''. F.llls nalley of Plant City Crosby foIllnllllVJI. ,

career in aviation. As a graduate qualified young men '11lVe t.1e meet you anti you will want to visited, 1\lr. and l\Ir8. O. %V. flurry I I. H. I
CJf the Air Force Airplane and En- foresight to plan for the I/ture t-. I meet them. FI'hIIlY. turned to !Miami last \V..hneduia ) c

rlne Mechanic School ar.d the En- day. For full details on a .ceer 14gino Arter th. morning services I Mr. and Mr" J\f. l\f. (nllno nnl : 11,1 were 1I'flmpllnh'. home by

Conditioning School he has aviation see your rezu1tor. there will be lunch served on the Mrs. Hnth 011110 and Hon. Itny of hits mother u,1r. H'ullih 1 Kelly I HWIFT'SHI.

[ lawn. There will bt' plenty lo eat I Onillesvllle vllllt",1 Mr. and MI'H. R will spend n month there wh"l HAMS : .\ 1.1.I'IC Pound 37

U. S. ARMY AND U. S. AIR FORCE RECRUITING SERVICE fronl 1 ::31): until 3:00: o'clock at F. Cane Sunday. : H. n. Kelly underwent IIn np..ru! .. ICH.

: which time we will again assemble. I \Ve are sorry to report that Mrq. tl"n In Ht Vincent' IIm.pHIlI lest

POST OFF'CI JlUlLJJ\i; ; STAIUiI-: F'lA.1IONIAYS in thH bulldlnlo\\ for an old-fa"hlol1- John Gone, Mrs. Shelby "'owler. Tuesday and I" getting along 01(0ly. I

!9) ::00 A. 1\1.\ TO 12 NOON e'l Oospel Hlnlotr\ you miss thlw Mr8. Roy Green Miss Helen harry .

YOU will fuss a blessing. so bring C. S. Stokes and H. H. Howard are Mr. and Mr. William Crosby, aol',

,-/ the family and come 10 worshIp patients In the hOHpltal. We wllth children spent the w.okt'nel inZi'phyrhihls I PEACHES Sliced Small Cans 3 For - 29cArmour's
and enjoy the fine fellowship w. then B speedy rt'covery. I with her father. Mr ,
,
have together.The Mr. and Mrll. O. W. Barry visited AI"t"n. I ,

lectures continue through Mr8. Aria Brown of Starko SU.1-' Mr IInd Mrlt. J. It Kelly nllddllujCht..r.

this week. Tonight ( Friday) Bro.Myerll ;Jay afternoon due to IIIneHs. Kathryn were visiting MILK Tall Can Each .. .. .. .. .. lOc
Mr. and Mr*. T. W. and
of Jacksonville will be the Markey Mrll. If Ii Kelly In Ja'kltonvlllt'Bundny ,
Urs. 1iila Mae Baxter Visited relItlvell ,
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rlern."m.
Hpeaker. lie l 18 to speak on the 0
In Jacksonville one day last Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby
subject: "The GOHp'I.'hat It Is
and What It Is For." You can't eek. .>f Tampa we,'.. visiting Mr amid\ FLAT

afford to miss this good mt'ss..g. Mr. and Mr8. J. K. Douglas of I Irll. .1. H. Kelly Monday night, 71C
tarke visited Mr a",1 Mrll. How. Sardines
Don't forget Church at Corinth
Saturday evening at 7:13.: Bro. V. .
I trot Douglas and (riend.e.Mr. .
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l:. Junes. minister of the church
and Mr8. T. W. Markey, 1 1.Irll. _
her.- In Starke' will ..peak on thesubject '_ __ 'H _-'"="' I
.
E. J. Lewis and lea Mae
: "Baptism 18 It A Command. -
..wls ;were shopping In Gaines.Ills .
Can We Be Saved Without
Monday afternoon and visit- Shoes
It?" There has been much con- Repaired i iWIIlLEUWAIT
e d Mr8. Roy Green and Miss lIchen Each 5c
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Bars -
troveray over thlll subject so we II arry who are patients In the !hoedtai. Octagon SOAP Large -

are interested 10 It.Vhat doea J, .. I ,
the Bible lea..hVa must obey ,

every <'omman,1 of our KIng. Come I lSc
Jet U8 study God', Word tog..ther. I SUPER SUDS Large Size Box - - -

I The public has a standing Invitation PHONE 218 I New Low Prices! ,
to attend every service at the

I church. We beg you to comt' I COLONIALFLORIST !
BU !'
Learn about the Church of Christ. half Mulf''' ::

: FARROWING HOUSE "Come thou with UII and we will I (:\1"0'' $150 (; 149 i

I do the //I'<>od." II FLOUR

,, for better pork production II I I 11.11 SolesWomen's" 2S lb. Sack

St. Mark's Episcopal I $1 00 *
( ) .
Fey eOll"/liuee. efficiency end sallitat Oft build you' hog house Rev. n. V.':. Mimmon.. R.".. "Iea'

tI' CONCRETE BLOCKS. It will, providi dry, warm qu.rt.rl and Sunday November 13th.

: .aSlly kept '"e from paresites.Thve'seSiretGfitl'IStseSdS., 9:43: a.m.. Church School. Class.Cs @ l.adle unit 25c up No. 2 Can 17cMORTON'S
White LIMA BEANS -
d.li",,: for ... Green &
Phone ...... ... for complete d.lail. W. all ag. Nursery through ,
Junior High. SHOES SIIINfD; I IAT

"; 11:00: a.m. Morning Prayer and FLOWERS
F CONCUTI ,LOCKS.IIiCkS IASISe Sermon by the Rev. 9. W. Crag.say. Be
Per -
SAL Package -
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
:::: ,:. PLOD" DIAIN AND ROOF TILl ,

I 1- 1':' Iczi. UADY MIXED: CONClm AND CEMENT ((1:00: p.m. Youth Fellowship In DISH GARDENS STARKESHOE
I cooperation with the youth of the

Presbyterian Church at hat POTTERY cS
: MEETS ALL A.S.T.M. SPECIFICATIONS church.

1-Jonday. November 14th. POTTED PLANTS REPAIR lb. Factory 29

SOO: p.l'I' Mass Meeting at 9t. SUGAR
Inc. ;
BuildingSiipply WIREDANYWHERE
FLOWERS
J.-\l1uis John'speaker. Church will be Jacksonville.Rt. Rev. Louie The M. F. hudson Proprietor Pack!

, 1036-1018 W. Main St., South Melcher of Brazil. The public 1 I. Nona St Starke Aer'me I'It Corns Park Theatre

GAISESII.I.E.. FLORIDA cordially Invited. ,
church I Is daily for .
Phone 211.218 The open -:-- -
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rAn FtOHT PftAPFORD COUNTY TEUEGKAMI. STARKE.: FLORIDA
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n FRIDAV. NOVRMBPR: : II, |1919

proving housing for their tenantsAll Diphtheria Deaths Many ExemptionsAre farm Ma home and had no other ficers and 74 enlisted men, where.I M-_--;
Local Office Ready ,i New Pharmacist j Ing film was shot waa In
home the
loans are subject to approval il and would substantiate that as the authorized strength la 11
For Farm Building I by the local three-member FHA Called "Needless"By ContainedIn fact with an affidavit, he would bo officers, 79 enlisted men. At Koch's Drug Store elevation towering: of Utah:10,000 mountains feet at an '
In
And Repair LoansThe County Committee. Health Official New Sales Tax entitled to the exemption. Officers of the entire Second I Impossible for a terrain -
The Housing Act provides for n I The Board changed Its policy of Battalion met In Leesburg recently Lester T. Crews of Venus, Fla.,' reach. vehicles to
farm housing program four-year period of loan making Bight/ children have died "need Although Florida's new sales paying employees who are injured to discuss plans for the recently became associated as For
authorized by recent act of Congress The appropiiatlon for the currcn t lessly1' from diphtheria already tax has been In effect more than on the Job. In the future, persona current two-month recruiting I pharmacist with Koch's DrugStore equipment one sequence were the cant and
; has< been launched In BrAd- year Is $27,000,000) for the entlr, this year In Florida, while the a week there Is still a lot of confusion so injured will be paid full drive and other Guard problems. the end of the transported to
ford County, Applications for country which will mean abou t easy-to-prevcnt disease claimed I| over who pays what and time wages for the first four days Lt.-CoI. Robert B. Harkness of Mr. Crews graduated from the of 7,000 feet road, at an altitude
I I by trucks,
loans to build or repair farm. five loans per agricultural countat y, the lives of 13 children last year how much.It of lost time, after which Insurance Lake City, Battalion Commander, University of Florida with high rest of the distance The
JbouscB and other farm buildings< an estimated average of $2.20 This Wall made< known today by him been called a "limited"\ benefits begin and the Board urged that special efforts. be directed honors and saw more than four''| on horseback was negotiated
ate being received at the Farmers per loan. The authorized Congresslomil the State Board of Health, an that !sales tax because there are so ceases to pay. Commissioners toward manning each unit years of service with the armed I train. and mule
Home Administration County office appropriation for the fou ngency renewed Its fight for the many exemptions. Those rover jllarrell, Prevatt, Wilson and Chas- with its full complement of men forces during World War II. lie
lit Starke according to Herbert years Is $275,000OOO.: Veteran. I immunization of every child a- more than three printed pages|tam n voted for the change, and before the termination of the nationwide served more than three years in
Deal FHA County Super- will receive preference Herber tI galn visor, Don! predicted that most loans will!de-I both taxfree Items and exempt Hollls V. Knight, attorney for The local company has fewer M. P. Battalion In the Hawaiian
Loans may run for a maximum, go to farmers with farm earning purchasers, Governmental agencies the defendants In the case of Bradford vacancies than any unit in the I I \Islands, and later operating radar the deeds recently recorded
u) 33 years at 4 percent interest, '+and other income enough to repay; Sowder, state health officer, such as city, county, state County, petitioner' vs. Russell Battalion, but Captain Hugh B. with the Signal Corps. He also] In the court house were:
mid can be made to farm owners! the loan plus Interest without further "when there Are means so readily i,and federal bureaus do not have Carter and Ida Mae Carter, hij Ingram, Company Commander, took part In the Iwo, Jima Ethel Lloyd of Pine lias County
who" cannot obtain farm housing help from the Government available to prevent any child to pay tax on any of their pur- wife, defendants; and Bradford 1 hopes to bring It to full strengthand I paign. to W E. Cowling- Starke. W1-.5 I
loans from their bunk or othurourres Ho expects most loans will bot forepairs ever dying from diphtheria." I chases. County VB. Clemon Alexander, et establish a waiting list for 1'am'l of block :1 S. of range 2 W, and "
rather than 1 al. defendants, served notice of those interested from the El-2 of block I S of range 3.
Herbert Deal, County j[ and remodeling He also decried the fact that: Neither do educational, religious: which va Outdoor Thriller
Supervisor, said Owners who for new constiuctlon.A there have been 160 cases of diphtheria And charitable organizations.' I trial at the fall term of Circuit cancles might be filled as they Mr and Mrs. J, H. VVainwilght
qualify can also get loans for 1m-, loan may also be made to a reported through/ October However, private schools, churches -: Court, occur To head the local recruiting At Park SundayPeggy of Starke to Lorenzo Cnflla of
I he has Lt. I Bradford County. Lots 64, 69 nn.l
These been Instituted program
and charitable organizationsmust cases having
I farm owner whose Ineomu U not thin year and 327 canes reported
Mann. Ann Garner, Lon McCall. Wl-2 of lot 60 In Woodlawn, we.
,
I certificate of by the Board in securing needed -
now considered adequate to repay last year "The great majority of get a exemption -
from Comptroller C. M. Gay rights!" of way in the construction Recent enlistments In the Inter and Preston Foster have 31 twp. 5 S, range 22 E.
Save Time Work the loan on schedule If his Incomecan those canes could have been pre.
I the top roles In "The Big Cat", Mr. and Mrs. T J. Alderman of
be made sufficient by enlargIng vented by Immunization." I The man who. sells to them must of state roads, It was decidedto Starke Company are Leon M.
employ suitable counsel to Grlffls, Jr, Howard T. technicolor drama which will occupy Hampton to Carl Rhoden of
his farm and by put down the certificate nUl1'1b.'rwht'n piotect Kelly,
and Money! or developing: Ho pointed out that the vaccinefor the screen at the Park The Hampton. The N E quarter of the
H ( he mAkes the sale or stand the Interests of the county William E Thigpon Vernle E.
,r the Improving his follows farm a enterprises.previously agreed protection against/ the disease responsible for the tax. I and of the taxpayers.The Thornton, Cecil L Sewell, and atre Sunday through Tuesday. I N W quarter In ...c. 28, twp."" 7 S,
owner was one of the first discovered
location where this exclt- 22 E.
The range
Pounds Of Your plan for making needed Public schools and other agen- Clerk presented a letter Cecil E. Tyler
upon Mothers should have their children from J. B. Alexander, local Shell j Recent local to
9 revisions the Government will cies will not have to get exemption promotions I IAnn's
Laundry Done In him his if necessary Immunized when they are,I certificates. Now what products Oil Co. agent, requesting that the Sergeant, from Corporal, are
help on payments 'I & Eat
the first five three months of age. Boostershots" I{ are tax free You do not haveto oil business ,of the Commissioners Ralph L. Alvarez Albert J. Bur- Bakery Shoppe
during years.
Only I
should be given at the pre be alternated between the bulk James B. Godwin
Loans also be made to ell pay the sales tax on: roughs, Ben
minute hazards may to a family'shealth school age and If there la a threatened Any purhcase of eight cents or dealers of the county. The Clerk I''C. Holtzendorf, Jr., and Billy 1''. DECORATING

Minute It Is'' and safety. With borrowers epidemic 1 less. apologized for the delay In presentIng Miles Breaking Into the ranksof OUR SPECIALTY I IDOXt."TS

40 Washed Spotlessly i needing: this type of assistance, It t twill "If your child has not received Any Item of clothing priced at the letter which was dated non-commissioned officers v
Clean-Ready bo possible to Include up to this protBCtlon', Dr. Sowder said, I $10 or less, or any piece of yard July 29, stating that it was received :with the rating of Corporals are I
I$500 of the $1,000 total In the form "I urge you to see that he does so I /goods used to make clothing if while he was convalescing froma former Pfc'a Richard Carter DANISH PASTRYCinnamon ,
To Iron! of a grunt. In this connection, immediately, for diphtheria la more It costs $10 or less. period of serious illness and thatIt Raleigh V Crosby, James O. Phil- Buns !
Herbert Deal said the appropriation prevalent In winter months" I I Any amusement admission of 40 was misplaced and only recently lips, Clarence M. Reddish, Virgil / PIES
Cents Is All It ; Included $2.000,000 for grants Parents who wish to have their cents or less. recovered. The contents werenot..d L. Robinson, Sammie S. Sasser, Apple Turnovers I
and farm enlargement and devel children Immunized: against dlphlierla -!I Any food for human consumption and will be filed for future William C. Smith, Benjamin "Tasty Pastries
Bretul) A
40 Costs! Try Our I opment Ion nil, : may obtain this service freo In a Htore.. If you buy it at u reference. Starling, Jr., and William 3. Roll ,
'each Wednesday and Saturday restaurant or over a counter readyto Starling. h I
Service Soon! morning/ from 0 to 12 at Bradford I eat It in a taxable meal. Lunches Starke CompanyOf Plans are completed to send Ii i
fcalth Department. nerved In school lunchrooms will two Starke members, Rodney P.
W.C.T.U. not be taxed, however. National Guard Hall and George A. Winkler, to ,, F i w
I Automobile (because the Ft. Sill, Olda, radio school
The Washeteria HKMK.MIIK.lt':: : TIIXT NO DRUNKAKD "Sorrowful Jones", purchases Near Top Strength
I the constitution tax for 20 1-2 weeks. -
SIUI.I IMIKKIT:: TIIKKIMilHIM prohibits a on:
335: Temple A\enue : OK tiOl; SriItt; Starring Bob Hope, I Ilium I I. Tires and the like aio tax Membership In the local National I The local unit Is also planningto INTERNATIONAL HARVESTERFREEZERS
Oirlnililan. 6:0-10.: At Florida Sunday able If bought separately. Guard unit Headquarters have a basketball club thin
I Newspapers, school books anl Company, Second Battalion, ;season and hopes to organize a i tr'
"Sorrowful Jones", the plcturl- religious publications.. 121th Infantry, is far above the city basketball league along the I
jn; t Ion of one of Damon Runyon'smost I Any machinery or equipment state and national average anJ lines of the highly successful ,,
famous stories will open used for plowing; / planting, cultl- stands at 06.2 percent' of authorized 1919 Softball league. ,
Sunday at the Florida Theatre eating and harvesting crops strength, Lt Robert Mann, The local unit meet every < *
with Bob Hope In the title role. Any motor propelled agricultural the unit's recently assigned pub Wednesday night at 8 p.m.ft'n!
The popular comedian Is seen equipment.Any\ licity officer, stated this week. Interested In joining the Guardare -/ 4.' 0
DUTIES In the role of a penny-pinching! prescription drug! end The Company has on roll 10 of Invited to attend. 1
bookie who'd sooner part with his patent medicines on a long list
,conscientiously performed with modesty right arm than with some of his certified by the State Board of I J tir
bankroll.' Against his better judgment Health as home remedies. v
of expense and no lessening of he permits a desperate man Fuels of all descriptions Including AMAZINGFREE I fOR
to leave his little girl with him as : /gasoline (which is taxed sep I <*
Service have won for us an enduring security for a bet. When the man arately), fuel oil, coal coke, kerosene REAL SAVINGS

In Is killed by racketeer gamblers cordwood, diesel oil and lubricating OFFER !
regard the communities! which we
for knowing too much about theirillegal oil, bottled gas ,
serve activities Hope takes the Soap and all other detergents. I Freezer buying-action nttr
kid home with him because he Cigarettes and alcoholic beverages .- Enjoy TELEVISION In Your Home 7 means a happy family-reac
loenn't know what else to do with which are taxed separately.Plain %
DeWITT C. JONESPhone her Nightclub singer Lucille Ball,I water, ice, electric power .18 Hours On ApprovalNo MODEL HFCMiM r tion and saviags-action from

who has there and gas. frozen food is
always suspected Obligation now on. For
7 Starke Fla. was a heart under Bob's seedy exterior Artificial limbs, eyes, crutcheseye
I lends a helping hand with I glasses, dentures, healing/ devices LEADING BRANDS I better; it saves time, work and wastel!

;Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur the child. prosthetic devices and orthopedic and t or"JS5 Itu.o .
The story takes riotous turns as appliances. Complete Installation & Service Facilities dcllcloiM food full lOVo Down 24 Months to Pay
local funeral, home enables us to offer convenience and Hope and the kid get mixed up In Ships, nets, and other equipmentused 11,1 cubic-foot capacity.

services not otherwise available. the big racketeer's., plans to fix a I directly in and by licensed CHAS. C. SHEPHERD

V" .. race. What happens when the child commercial fisheries and fishermen Farm Home & Auto Supply [i
We nan an accident and Bob tries to RADIO TELEVISION SEAT COVERSCourt I ,
furnish the
highest type service at lowest prices, and
bring/ her favorite horse to the hoe Feeds, fertilizers, Insecticides, Si Madison Sis. Starke Florida ,
accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY pital to visit her is a mixture of!fungicides and containers used for I Guy \ndr'w" Starke, Fla _

company as payment In part or In full on a fuaeral. hilarious fun and hearttuggingdrama. processing: farm products anJ
Consultation carries no obligation livestock bought for farm use. ..
Felld and garden seeds. _" ,- _._-. ....<...,. .-. ,..' ''''...."; '.-a.j,Pr'-.<1 ,

r Hunting Season J.100.: Caskets that cost less than ., ," ," ,(:#, "'",:tr": 'n!r 6'.. ;{-.;.;.,. :' I'
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Opens November 22 Industrial equipment used formining ,. tr. .' 901", ;.." ;'t" ;} '"\W, ''= .
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processing and manufacturing ; : : "t i
All Over Florida is taxed when purchased, w. i '. ...:3t. "' "' <'1n'
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Thousands of Florida nimrods but the tax on no item may exceed ,,; '"

ire oiling/ thl'lruns/ In anticipation $100.New ... ..
of the state's general hunting >4/0'
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season which opens Nov. 22. I SpecificationsFor y f r ," lIs

Op'nlnand/ closing dates, set
by the State Game and Fresh Cattleguards;

f ,Qk Water Fish Commission, are the Adopted By BoardNew r
nme In all district for the first
line in the state's history The specifications for cattk- I
k src first six days of the season will be /guards to be placed on county a ,
open to hunting with Mondays,! roads were adopted by the Board m I
Tuesdays nnd Fridays. closed j of County Commissioners their ,
thereafter. regular meeting here Monday an :

i Throughout the elate the deer follows! :
k pnnon ends Jan 5 and turkey "Length running cross way with
I hunting will be banned in Alach- rood, 15 feet, width running with
w 4 Vt M> un, Bradford, Clay, Hardue. lana.1 road, 6 feet; there shall be .1 wnlu r'. sl1
Ire, Sarasota and Union Counties of fl In concrete 21 I In. deep nnd
'and parts of linker. Columbia, and 4 Intersecting hearing/ walls 6 In.I /1 ir I )
Sirwannee Counties No deer hunt-I' thick and 21 In, deep: decking to
ing will be permitted In Gtlohrldtnd : he t In Iron pipes, spaced with 4
y / Ilernnndo Counties and hen In. space\, between pipes or railroad -
turkeys cannot be taken anywhere Iron spaced I in between ,
Q arHow In the state i ir Irons; one 18 foot gate of best 1
>irllv: bug limits are set at II i material obtainabln and to he well ,
"bade deer with horn of not less built with suitable latch and to be I
hnn 3 Inches; 2 wild gobbler turkeys painted with two coats of paint
.'
; 10 quail; 12 cat squirrels 'or A ill) two coats of tout tsr Suitable
ind 3 fox squirrels. The ..season' drainage to be provided for 6EDROOM
since iEN bAS41
long your bug limit will be 2 buck deer and 'construction and all concrete workto t\Ni:1T-r>\ : K1T

I wild turkeys. Possession limit on : be of a 3 and 1 mixture: that' is Presenting"DIXIE" a-x\r\ i7-x\r 5-x7' X 12'
watch has been checked? all I game Is two day's bag.lhgratory to say, 3 parts sand and 1 part
bird hunters will be cement. All construction to be
rlkmeit\ to take duck, goose and supervised by the Board.. "
'oot every day from Nov 29 to A complaint came to the Board
Your watch deserves 73the careS
good good Tun 7 And !marsh hens every day about a place of business outside The -
AN DEn S is equipped to give it. No mat- '1'011O..t, 1 to Nov 80.:\ The stale the limits of an Incorporated town,
oeiisnn on doves Is from Doc 17o charging that beer was being sold
icr ivh.it the make, our trained experts will check,
Jan. IH.Recent, on Saturday nights and Sundaysand

dour witch tuicfullitli no obligation to })011.f I that a loud speaking device LIVING\ \ ROOM g DR00M,
was being operated at nights disturbing 13 9 5 ,
If f it should need attention, Axe'H be glad to smite '. Births the peace of nearby reM \12' X \' 9' X !\i5"2a'S"

it economically and promptly SIIIIOV AI.KSCI': NOF.OKl. dents The county attorney advised -

\Mr. and Mrs, Stanley Noegel the Board that this was a matter ; x 33' OVERALL -- _::1
And. while yogi re checking on u.itth, of Starke announce the arrival of to be properly handled by the
) up your ,
a baby girl Sharon Alescia. In the State Beverage Department and 1950 STYLE LEADER .. A BRAND NEW DESIGN
dress it up as well. See our huge selection of handsome Alachua County Hospital on November that the complaints should be sub- .
mitted to that
watch bands in metal fabric and leather. 4. agency.
Mrs. Jaa. C. Richardson made n Just completed Gleaming white asbestos shingle siding: colorful 210-pound asphalt !shingle' roof and attractive -
They're designed to go with any type of \sauh Recent births in Shadycrest Hospital complaint in regard to her assess shutters all at no extra cost are just a few of the features that make the "Dixie" one of America's

and to make your old watch look new. .' Mr were and: Mrs. T. R Furman ofIgefleld ment Informed on the that 1919 no tax changes roll but were wu most attractive and economical homes. Built-in durability, seasoned lumber double floors, half-inch Cel-

: S. C., a boy, Richard possible at this lute date. otex insulation all around matched roof sheathing and dozens of other quality points you must see to
Adams on October 31. The Board was advised that H. believe at this low price. Partition studding is complete for a huge living: room two big bedrooms. extra-size:
It's "Watch Inspection Time" Mr. and Mrs. R. H Jackson of H. Howard Harry A. Anthony and kitchen and bath plenty of closets and a dining room (can be used as a third bedroom). The "Dixie" is a

Melrose a boy, Steven Michael, Shep Tomlinson had left or had credit to any neighborhood. SEE IT AT CAMP BLANDING. READY TO MOVE.
Check up-then dress up your watch on October 29 been released from the Tuberculosis
Mr and Mrs. F D. Manning of sanatoria where they had
Sanders Watch RepairAt Sti rk.-, a girl, Brenda Lynn, on been patients. Application of Leaders In REAL Low Cost Housing!
November 6, Mable Whitten for treatment In REDUCED
Mr. and Mrs. Zenns Tetstoneof the State Tuberculosis Sanatorium
Hollywood Camera & Gift :Shop: Starke, a boy, Roger Dale, on I was approved. PRICES on
USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN November 7.Mr. Application of T. Moody Stephens ARMY CAMP WRECKING CORP.

\ and Mrs, H. S. RyaU ofSlnrk. for Homestead Tax Exemptionon BUILDINGMATERIALS
ON WATCHES & CAMERAS FOR CHRISTMAS! .., a boy, Shelton Lee, on November his farm In the Brooker section '
7, was presented by Green & Green, (.AMI* HI. AN DIM?, KLA, f. O. HOX >(i'J. STAKKK H V. 1'HONK !

FOR THE GIFTS YOU'LL GIVE WITH PRIDE attorneys, and the matter was referred .
LET YOUR JEWELER BE YOUR GUIDE I to the county attorney who -- Open S A. M. to :5 P. M. Dally Clo. ..;d Sunday;
... Office Supplier!'! of all klmla ; advised the Board that If Mr. ,
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