Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 25, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Public Publishing Opinion City Favors OrdinancesBy BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH .,

the meeting of November 15 the
their vote at }
members of the Council expressed an opinion that the few Official County Publication Established In 1879

dollars saved by posting ordinances in three public places

would outweigh the advantages of giving the citizens and \OLl'MK SEVENTY!: -ONF .. BTAKKE! :-FLORIDA, KltlDAt', NOVEMBER:: 23. 10-111-) -- -V-V MUMBEK- :NINETEEN'< --- :
'taxpayers adequate notice through the columns of the news- -I -- -V

paper. Well as the saying goes "we ain't mad at no. 1 ,

body".' That was the Council's privilege -, but we do Mayor Vetoes 1 : -

assume that we had the same privilege to express an

opinion and point out why we believed it was in the public l'

interest for the City to continue publishing ordinances as it Trash Burning

has been doing in the past. 11

We will go further and offer any member or members L

of the Council free and full use of our columns to pi'esent' OrdinanceMayor

to the public their reasons why they, do not think it wise to ,

continue publishing ordinances. .
J. R. WainwrIght announced ,
,An inspection of the Telegraph's. books discloses that yesterday that he,vetoed ,
-seven ordinance1 have been advertised l during thecurrentcats

ndar year, now drawing to A close at a total cost to the on November 13 an ordinance I __

city of $192.57. They were run' at the--regular/ legal: rale passed by the City Council on t I

which is charged for nil legal notices' and which I iw set by November 15 which prohibited the f' wP a tn j

state' law. ,For those who like to delve further into figures, burning of trash rubbish weeds, 1 1dp

it will be seen that it cost the city about ,4-cent per citizen sawdust and leaves within the

to inform "said, citizen that ordinances were being enacted City of Starke.

affecting his home his family, and his business.For I ,Mayor Wainwright stated that ., ,lm r (, _

instance, if the city had decided to save this ,4-cent he disapproved of the ordinanceand I _
of the by not publishingits that the item In the: minute II
per citizen at the beginning year I t t t
ordinances, there would have been no published legal of the Council meeting stating _
that he had approved the ordinance :
notice of such important ordinances as ((1)) Empowering the I

city to clean up vacant lots and premises of, negligent was In error.'

property owners, with the cost of said work to become a Under provisions of the City I \ I
16 Charter a four to one vote Is necessary ?tn
the ((2)) Forbidding children under
lien against property:: to override the Mayor'sveto. z
years of age on the streets in the parks and other public ,

M places after 10 p. m., making parents responsible for same,

and providing fines and imprisonment for violations.. ((3)) 'Messiah'At
To Be In
Levying; and assessing Qualifying fees on all candidates forIt.'ctive
municipal office ((4) Empowering the City of U Of F, Dec. 4

Starke to borrow $23,000 to meet current expenses.. ((5)) ? ..
Four Starke resident will! singIn
Levying and imposing an excise or privilege tax on the saleof
the chorus of The Messiah oratorio
.V cigarettes within the City of Starke ,,, ., and several elated for the University of p t;0lr' '"a .aeN'Al n 1

.I ;"'. Florida, gymnasium! December 4
others.We may be wrong, but it seems to us that these are The program ,will begin at 7:30::
.matters of vital importance to the citizen of Starke and p. m. + d.V j

"' which should be given the widest possible publicity even I This year's performance of the y .> w-V'S. "" "t'"' It! s sK
if it does cost ,4-cent per citizen. : Christmas season classic, npon- r3ri 1. i'

If economy is the only reason the Council has for its sored by the Gainesville Philharmonic ?

decision not to publish its 'ordinances, any reader of thecity's Society the Ministerial Association I

recent financial statement could point out several and the University of If
Florida Division of Music, will
instances where many times the amount required for this. boast of the largest chorus of f II'

service could be saved or materially reduced for instance singers ever assembled! In the area. '

the estimated $7,000 or $8,000 spent, last year to remove More than 200 voices will participate I'

oak trees that some few people still consider an asset rather In the mammoth choral body. I'

than a detriment to the city. But whatever the reason, or Lauding the singers from Starke

reasons any member of the Council may feel perfectlyfree as "outstanding" even In such a -- -+--- t

to express himself in detail through our column. That, large group A. A. Beecher, churns THANKSGIVING eI

as we see it, is still the American way. director from the University II __ f
As for the citizens and taxpayers (and we assume of Florida Division of Music, said I
that the tour had demonstrated Circuit Court
Tornadoes Lose I
that they, too, may express themselves favorable in this matter than )that- I considerable talent during rehear Thanksgiving is one time of year our family gets together, I
seldom have we greater response sals.

brought forth by our editorial entitled "Unseen Ordinances". The Starke representatives art To Lake City And all our relatives appear, no matter what the weather ; ToResumeDec.12
The letter below is a fair sample of the way public Garnita Hutto June Patel. Mrs. .

on this issue, in case anyone is interested Starke: Fla. P. 1<:. Perryman and Mrs. Barbara And no one cares the tiniest bit if the skies outside are murky- The fall term of Circuit Court .
fly Edward Massey"
November 19,. 1949. The BHS Tornadoes '..uCl'el'l'dth"lr For} we can make the best of it, so long as there is turkey recessed Monday here Friday Dec. 12 and with will sever reopen -

Bradford County Telegraph,
Thanksgiving Address second loss of the season 1 I"1 al cases to come before the court:

Starke Fla.Gentlemen At Club Lake City last. Friday night! when Thanksgiving Day is always and there's a reason why"- J at that time A heavier than usual J
; ; Rotary powerful Cohthrbhil H(l3i( *Tigers n _. ... gay : docket made Impossible, for ""
entitled"Un-crl Ordinances"! created much discussion
Your editorial
In our household and brought forth the question dogs our The was annual brought Thanksgiving to members message of-), first started quarter. s'orlnPRIy and /continued in the tn No matter what we've got or not, we praise the Lord on High week the term consequently to! be completed It wai necessary last l

form of city government allow the pannage of ordinances of this byI| rack up a total of 32 (points, holdIng to recess In order not to con-
the Club
nature or any nature, without public hearings formal rending Rev. Rotary L D. Halne.s.Wednesday pastor of the i Stnrke woreless.! But I confess, with lots to eat, it's easier to be grateful, flirt with the regular term In session -

at set Intervals. or whatever? Church. j The Tornadoes still leading tile; this week In Union County.

The above question certainly stamps us. as relatively new to First The Baptist musical of the I Suwnnnee. Oonfoieni'O: played n And so I manage to repeat, and take another plateful.For Only one criminal case (State I
part program
the community but we are voters and taxpayers. and we wonder was supplied by the Girls Quartette -, non-conference game with Green of Florida; v*. Alphonso Williamson
has been heard when an ordinance" can Cove there Wednesday night; but a charge of mnnHlaiighter) remained ,
If the voice of the people of the Baptist Church ur-l I am not ashamed to let my appetite grow bigger of last week
be submitted, voted upon, passed and signed by the mayor before di'r the direction of Mrs. L. A.1' the score was not known nt press undisposed t
time as the Is being printed and will come before the court on
not present' can even hear of It -< much lens go to one of Canova with Mills Julia Law.son paper I need) much about
anyone early this week because of the You see not worry yet so my figure. December 12. Wllllnms driver of t tII
three public places to find out about It. It Is still "Government for as accompanist The quartette
Thanksgiving holiday. truck Involved In a highway ac-
the people and by the people" In these United States Why not give I composed of Joan Teniy, Helen'II BHS will\ end Its season with n And I must sling one other thing, and that is pumpkin pie.When charged 1 with culpable negligenceIn
to have their ? Haynes.. Alise Lawson and Patsy!: I
the people a chance say I final conference game against! operating the vehicle Inflicting
It has been our experience with the same type of city govrn- 'Benton sang a group of beautiful j jKplrltunls AIiicluiR there on December :2. old and fat I'll]) still love that and, thank the Lord on I mortal wounds upon Alverlu 'r.

moot I. e? councilmen and mayor that ordinances are Introducedat 1 I The game In Lake City wn Van Allen, n passenger In the! automobile '

first reading re-read at the next council meeting, and voted uponat A turkey dinner wee served b/ highlighted by a betwcen-hnlv High which collided, with the

the third meeting after any protest have been heard and re<'orded. Mrs A. W Amlcison the club performance. by the BUS Band .Little tinik

This seems only fair Besides giving councilmen a chance to hear!cuteor we..rlnIh'lr/ beautiful new hem-, Polly On thu I civil docket It In. expecid .

what the people have to nay they ran honestly feel. they have votedIn I let and white, with gold trim uniforms that two condemnation suits

accordance with their beliefs and with the or against the, wishes Tax Collections Though a foggy night/ n will bn tiled to set" the valuation
of lands taken by the county for
oowil of loi-iil fans nimlo the
of the people. It Is mighty; comfortable come next election time, to i trip large/ tn see thin nurd-fought, bul '__4_______.__________...__.______.____________________.,.,.._____. rlKhtn-of-wav on recently con- I
know that your constituents are fur you -- not against you for some *
tttrmted loudH. On suit Bradford
ordinance that was "railroaded" through without publicity or thought Near $56,000 N outstandingly Tigers struck clean for game.Thu points. In Citizens Rally To Support Of BHS Band County vs demon Alexander: et f

of the public. the opening quota when MlinoCabnldH all, concerns rlgbt-of-way on the }j

Incidentally la the trash collection department able to take care ', I' blocked u punt und ..,,- -------.---------------.-..________4________________ Huniptnn-Ther' highway while .
of the anticipated Increased collections or U. this going to be the Tax Collector J. It. Kelly: reported -i covered In the end.one for 11 : : ;; the. othur lliaclford County vs. I.I.
(nee more g'neroin citizens of Contributors of $21: emit were Kclward: Brims, L, D.ivU. I (}. .
subject: matter of another ordinance :| yesterday that almost $rifl. tOllf'helown. I. \Russell Carter and Ida Mae Car.tar {
KlHrke have opened, their pew ket- George lunch. Karl; Cook bowing Duncan T L Duncan W, H Graham
Granted burning of rubbish and trash can be a nuisance but 000 (npproxlmatnly one-third, ofcounty's Two mote Luke City touchdownswere II books to tin a jnh that niedfd to and Walnwrlght T II. Hard. Involves property on Road! i I
certain circumstances and between designated -I total $$1.11,142: tax roll) In second Green's Store J. R KI.tlY'1 221 (Pine Level! Church to State
under the
supervised burning rung up period he clone and members of the BUS Ing, fart Johns T K M<'Cune! ,
hours can be successfully worked out In Starke as It has been hits been collected to date I. one on Gene Cox's half. ynrdplunge. Hand are, as a result resplendent Noegel/ Hiothern, Freeman Register Kni-h's, Dr H J. Kucern I Leila's ,i"'lIrml.)

in hundred. of cities and towns all over the country. Mr. Kelly stated that he had Issued i and the other on 'lommv I In brand l new scarlet. and<1 white 'I' K.: T. Shull J. M. Smith, Sel/er's, 8tMO''Ink'c'r' '' I I Other roses remaining undis-

Yours very truly. 513 tax receipts tnrough i'i Ives1 :SO/ yard run. Tommy IUiuev .. trimmed In gold uniform. !Mturkn Coca-Cola Bottling Co..!Electric, Mrs. J. H. MoncrlefW posed of on the civil docket are:
with 40Hlecelpts I \Ronald! G Davis vs. FloridaPluHllcH
Tuesday as compared convened after both n corAIi.I A..1. Thom.is, and I I
Tax-payer and voter. I Total cost of the 45 unlfornnand Stump's Store A. Reagent $1; Morgan Darby breach of
Issued on the mime datu I '' C..p., alleged
The Tornadoes got the ball at .. Stark Woman's Club
outfit wu
Drum Major's *
last I I one txinnl DanxilN u Mrs. e".ve.JJOrid contrite t, damages $20.OOO.
year last to limit It when Joe Hewitt .
only coinrnlttei Those contributing $21 .10) each
: : So far the
) 1.1012:1 L. D 2each
l'4or Drlgfters Green $ W J Dodl", and Lula B Da.k1vu. !
He urges all property owners to, Intercepted n pass from I tae In change' of solicitation has raised\ were F C Hollingsworth, II. P R. C.
; Buford, K. M Davis .. W C Conner M I. Conner,
:s pay their taxes during November yen BHS recovered the hull ay, 31,51115 I: through contentions.It Morgan/ Torodx, Chevrolet Co,
4 Ixinnle Harley John Powell N. .
, ,f 'If,:, ; while the four percent discount'proceedings, were halted by the Is planned to mine the balance I und H C Wall Agency n and P und W 1C Conner doing/ buninesHat
" Wainwright, R S. Wuxdin, "c\lst\ forrot"
'I Conner llrcm reKfl
: Is still In effect half time signal W Club C (II
Sheriff ':i' through H benefit motion pictureto $20 Pnrtm $2H. Went. Pnd: Grocery, $1 each. I IMprrob..r"
Kor the first time In the game be by the Hand In U. C MO, Carpenter's $15: .1. R
... sponsored of the Baml and the I I J. NIhil, Ir for the use and!
fM '
t Sheriff Says SundayNo I the Tornadoes were kicking off the near future.Fortyfive 11|Kite III: Drlggem Furniture CU. Mutual Fire
with Captain Jack WalnwrlglitHdmlniKteilng rommltten wish to thank each contributor benefit of
Soya 7,' > band conti sit A J. Thomas Jr, $12 h0 I
.t! I<\JI Law cadet-typo Insurance. Afwn vs. G W. Durdrn
Hunting hoot for his or her in helpIng -
I the In the openIng ) of |2M Contributing $10 each<< were Mrs. part
ViolatedSheriff of the second half The ball wanplayed were purchased uta price G W Alderman Guy Andrews, to outfit. band that Starkc and Kenneth' Marlon Harrington,
Being 95: each. They ale made of UK percent .
Picture } : I by the Tiger, but was recovered K I.. Matthews Hoover Bros, SR can b<> proud of damages $1,500) )
VIt wool! water Whipcord -
Hi'll her hiu-
Kdlth: II Joined by
? L P. D. Reddish stated by Strlikland, Bmdford: Johns, Jr., C. H. NasworthyK. ,
4 red! with
iMS end are scarlet O. W.
bund J. 8 Hill Jr, va.
Needed 1 yesterday that his office had received -.'back. Conner punted for a gain !!gold| shoulder" straps, gold' clta-I K.: Perryman Priests, P n Last Pecan AuctionThe i Dtmlen and K. M. Harrington
reports of parties hunting'ot approximately :31 I: yards, bu! linn voiclM, gold buttons and gold Reddish and Robblns. )
r on Sunday' In Bradford County Lake City got the hall and punted with white Those contributing $1! each were final pectin auction of tin damages $100M(
brAId. They are worn Wm. M. Dirt
I John K.: May VS.
w I
II 1 b Horn even before hunting season out of their own territory with J W Alexander J. W Andrews current season will be held at the
belU buckle
To with gold .
: av 't officially opened Ramsey making a gain , Forty-five soarlet Wm. M. Dirt
Karl F
Shlvcly vs.
Nn were recorded, In the I Dec 6.
points Co liradford Abstract Co. Tuesday
:\ Sheriff Reddish stated that thisIs I white bills white 1'1 unit's.&IIld damages/ not listed
Prove I P a serious violation of the law I.I third Lake quarter City tans roared as Tommy eagle and gold chains were --- Court recessed here taut Friday

,. and that he will do everything; purchased at a cost of $8.7///) each morning following/ a hearing In
.lye broke through the Tornado
possible to see that It Is stopped I The Drum Major's complete tinfoi which John Williams wad adjudged -
They H.. auk all persona who know of; line and made a 31 yard jaunt fora j ) 'm of white wool whipcord with insane and committed to
tout'hctown early In the final period
such violations to notify him at gold trimming cost $100. the state hospital at Chattahoo-
The Tornadoes started kickIng
his office or telephone him at his' The uniforms were put"chased! I I rhee Williams who has prevtauwly
a rtiku' In the lust few minutes II
Really / up
, residence phone 159. from the Florida Athletic Co.. Inc I nerved time In the State Prison
. of the quarter and took to r i II
" In Gainesville and I the wssdorketxd
< Boys
the air Hazen sent sn end
a* passto
.. t I The solicitation: was conductedby 1 1I I I charge of breakingand
. ;. 't Bagged ,+ City Election Set Godwin,ho succeeded in making on a /
I ,', I I a few yards before Luke City a volunteer committee composed entering at fall term: of
'i oP.: I Keystone HeightsOn got the ball and ran a beautiful I of Mrs. L. A. Canova. Mrs court. However upon his own
4'A December 6th touchdown play with Cabaldo R A. Green, Mrs. R. P. Stubbing motion Judge A. Z. Adkins ordered

...,.-.. .! carrying the pigskin. Mrs T. K. McClane! Jr.. George, < the Insanity hearing and namedDr.

Keystone Heights will hold its Bradford again got: the ball and Kopelousos Adolph Gay and Mrs 1>. L. Nix and Dr. W,| U.
Y Deer b election : T. B. Harding. Parka examining physician.
municipal on Tuesday. .
f :1 passed for a gain of 5 yards Conner UNION THANKSGIVING SERVICE
r The of Stark. led the li t
.. : Dec. 6.Mayor. sprinted the field and was City Civil suits In which Eugene! Alvarez -
, .. Frank T. Scott and City up of contributors with a donation I I a minor, by Brltt Alvarez
he received
down longpass
brought all a ST.IAltK'S: EPISCOPAL CHUItCII
Clerk D. O. Stewart: are unopposed I of $tZV: and the Rotary Club wad his next friend, and O. J. Howard
from Hazen, and the final
: t ed re-election while other candidates -I next with $9-1. I I i ought SO.OOO damages each from
:: whistle blew Thursday November 24 10:00 A. M.
:., without opposition are 1'':. downs Those contributing/ $20 each II IIThanktllltlvlnJC Dion F. Grady were tried Thurs-
I Lake City made It first
L. Fraher for Tax Collector, BII. were I.. A Canova. R. A. Green I :lay of last week. The action grew
Titus Olson local sportsman (left) arid Sheriff P. D. Rose for Tax Assessor, and j In 8 for Stark, and picked up and T F. Landrum. Dr. K. P Message by Kev. Homer Swindall 'nut of an accident at 10th land
above with fine 8-point buck brought '203 yards to 74 for the losers.n
pictured a
Reddish are Tracy W. Baker for Marshal! Stubblns, $31.8Oeo! KopelousosJV I. Walnut Street on July 29 1648.
down by the former on a recent hunting trip near Jessup. Four Candidates are competingfor t Squad InNPN :,. Lawson's Meat Market $10. when it car driven by Grady .collided *

Ga. "We specially want our picture taken because a lot of the two vacancies on the City The Tornado B Squad I lout its B. T. Thomas $30, and $24 each i with a motorcycle on which

the boys don't believe we got a deer" the Sheriff said. Pictures Council. They are Kyle McMurtry I final game of the Mason 33-0 to from American Legion Post 56 Set! Thin Houri Tu Thank Him To i Alvarez and Howard were riding.

don't lie, and the above is absolute proof that Titus W C. McCrary 0.1'':. Wiggins andA the Palatka B Squad In gameplayed Denmark Furniture Co., Hubert I I \\ hum .til Thank* And Pralsei h Duo I I In the case of State vs. David

and the Sheriff brought home the venison. Also on this B. Watson. there Thursday Nov. 17 Green and Starke Lions Club. I I (Continued to page 8,4 )

trip were Harry Houston and K. G. Duncan. I




'. .. .. plaintiff m ..k. divorce award| .
what they are before I apeak. But In (Irrult Cnurl.. .....llradrwnl.. ( >nFlorlilnl < minor child to Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Father I humbly ask Thee to forgive -I Thfinmx'' Ji.Mfl.il In. n. "Fate, .ff. v... runt "i"ntV IVIfwrnnh shall pt, ,,
thin order In next four
llxlt WFHHHU hI.
my shortcomings and show NEW RIVERAND I Thereon. Fnto, Iwfendant.' l'nss Nu | .*'.

1870 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNKM-EDITO me how to be more Thankful. 7015Ordrr I'ufcllfiill". and Votlre' '" wltnesa mv hsnd. l and iif'lrlal, si '
LONG BRIDGEBy n'. .1..11" .a,. .at "StHrktt Florida, thin Novom1,: -
Thankful for the bountiful harvest t 'P""" "'I'i'FOF: .
r..1kthed. Every Friday and Entered a* Second Mrs. E. A. Sapp Th Ti>Ht e'ato. WHOM renldenee, l and 15 I"ta.UFFICIAL
the BEAL) A. J. ,
of For laughing Thnrr
corn. ; Trenton (
fVntral Avenue
at the Pout Office at Stark, Fla. address' Is Mh An Clerk of null ,
(Lea Matter c.By > !
I children, and my own dear children New JVrxev.Vnll : Haven Cm.hv. P fV
and grandchildren. Thank Miss Sylvia Sapp of Lake Dut, are ,i-fiillirn! tn appear nbl" Frank' T.nnOriim, Starke. Flon i
MEMBEKIptlon <3> 1949' "2V JLura gurqess MofnrPOMCA. Thee for health and home and ter apent Saturday night and Sun., named 1 Court l"lli.and 111n.Cause In wherein AllY fur rif. IJ-H it I i i. .

NERD= freedom. For every blessing great day with Louise Johna.
....... $::1.60 Annually 11JWJ Fur Six Montb and small. Teach me to pray, In Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiver ant FOR ALL TYPES OF
Whrrpln my bUllY Maya are filled dow. A great( love for everyoneand Jesus name, AMEN. CONTROL
children of Galneiville week PEST
with gliiilni-HH ami I pause for the whole world will cpread were
A DAY IN NOVEMBER a prayer for TIIA KSGIVI O. I thru you. Yea that Is Christian Try writing your Thanksgiving end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bu WRITE OK PHONE
time hardy band of early settlers Prayer, dear ladles. It seems so Moody.
A long, long ago a love. Make little gifts be they CONTROLand
Much only Tho dashed much more real.HELPFUL Mr. Mana left FLORIDA PEST
in this country,who endured hardships as we can stormy waves high on ever so small. Exchange with Wiggins Fridayfor
imagine, set aside a day in November to give thanks to the a stern rock bound coast, loved ones. Nearly every one in HINTS: Made two a visit with ner sister, Mis, CHEMICAL CO.

Lord for their safety and well being. Tho woods against the ctormy sky this beloved land can have u, linings for the Inside of my clothes Veda Honaback of Washington,, 2130: N ALABAMA ST. TELEPHONE 2581-R
their branches D. C.Mr..
giant tOHaeJ.
Think back 328 years ago to 1621 when our pilgrim Christmas tree. It Is the symbolof baskets. Made them of oilcloth GAINESVILLE, FLA.
had The heavy night hung dark Christmas, love and giving. 1 bound with bias I and Mrs. S. L. Crews attended
forefathers completed their first harvest. They no and tape. use
The hills and water o'er, All Household Pests
I Church at Johnstown Rodents -
luxuries: their humble gratefulness was for adequate pro-,When a band of exiles moored am going to string popcorn again bushel fruit baskets. Made me afternoon.Mrs. Sunday Termites -
for my tree. Even though we do I happy. I found I,, could use these
visions, for crude homesteads, for refuge against their bark Free InnpwllonH and Estimates Given by Graduate
I not have any email children in the clothes pins with a spring to holda Emily Moody Mrs. Ida
bitter Cold! and hurling snows. Their gratefulness was for On the wild New England, Kntomolugtxtit/ (University 01 Florida).
-- ---- house, I carry on all things In the pattern on goods In place. It Moody and Mrs. Set-her Moody
to that
to fight for liberty; pursue hore.
same way. I I really works. Try it girls. visited Mrs. Myrtle Sapp in FUI-
happiness which is the birthright of every individual. It was '
We are all familiar with the CLAY HILL. I know at ford Sunday. Iwsai
observed. a- Clay Supposed to go to the class play
in Plymouth that this first Thanksgiving Day was
bove poem. Every year at Thanks- Hill ,what with a lady the street) Marklee
since. Amid big preparations are always tonight up Moody and Mrs. Beu-
more meaningful than any Thanksgiving Day giving time I quote from it The who ticket for I lah where I I'sit. Joe Marsh
of those early days the dangers of sickness and made. I think that was always bought a me. Moody were calling on Mrs.' Rom ..fy
perils band of exiles were the Pilgrims hope I It Is not quite so windy as It Tom Hodge In Archer Monday. 1''
starvation, those people had good reason to get down on their In fantasy, I like to land with not only because of the Is now. I I Fonnle Crews, Mr and Mrs. See-
knees and be thankful to God. them on the rocky, storm-beaten lovely holly trees all about and

What have we to be thankful for today? shore of New England. I have the mlseltoe, but Christian love I bless Happy you all Thanksgiving and Cod I Dukes ber Moody attended and Mi.fish and Mr at*. Lake John Watch Out For
I fry
Among the countless personal things for which we never seen Plymouth Rock, but In the hearts of .the people. The LOVE-LURA I Butler Friday afternoon. \

must be thankful, there is one which stands out above all some day I would love to see that children would bow their heads The Symptomsl!
shrine. I love to land with them, ..
others. That is that as a nation we are still blessed with with me at school and we prayed .. 'tWIrl'LaDIEII..d

liberty the kind that men fought and died for. to branches Bee the trees tossing their every. morning. Some state they I adults they're ten times as badand _
and the poem goes onto TRANSFER load when I heard
Memory is a transient faculty. Not too many years ago, say how they sang song to are not allowed to read the Bibleor R B ALVAREZ &SON STORAGE COD out down with Chicken can be alghty"conUflons."
Hoot Davis was
when our fate, as well as that of practically all the world, their God for safety. Now say a prayer.!: Cod forgive them. (
they Some day we must all die. and Po*. A matt of forty-." catchinga From where I sit, we should ail
was held in delicate balance, we realized that our way could have freedom of worship.These _
life was endangered. It i is one thing to read about it, but to, people left us a heritage of stand before our Maker. What We operate local kld'i disease! watch oat for tile "eymptoma"little
I will we say If we have not to him,armed with things like criticising( a yeron'l -
taught O So I went see
get'the real picture of the danger that threatened, ask men i I Thanksgiving Day. So let us this ALY,1 tQ 410N ; i & long distance for
I' our children childhood"but preference a fdeadly
properly? So I "second
seethe about
and women who saw or lived through the horrors/ of life year feel I grateful In our hearts Jokes
I to God for and lovely Autumn leaves at Clay OS VING+ anywhere In U.S. forgot them fast when I got glass of temperate beer or ale.
blessings not eat
under the Nazis or the Japanese.But t I
I Hill, the pines with the wind sighIng there. Hoot looked terrible and We've seen personal freedom
for the heroism of our men and women, as well that dinner on Thanksgiving; with. thru them. My heart in filled 51t EXCELLENTSTORAGE fever. wither away in other countries,
aft our allies, the world today might be living under the con out a prayer. We have things go with love and song as I walk down had quite a when Individual Intolerance wu
easy now days, that sometimes I While we talked. I tome to
trol of those forces of evil as we see it. We people here in the: sand road again and nerosithe allowed to get out of hand and become
like -
fear we an going to loose thet.pirit Chicken Pox is a lot
of how
Bradford might be under the control of bridge, where I b '
County a puppet and love of freedom that panned and .,\ClLITJESAgents other "disease. *"-diseases of thecharacter a nation-wide epidemic.
governor who received his orders from Berlin or Tokyo. On 'tins made often knelt to thank Cod for .
our country what It In such as Intolerance..elfrighteousness
given days we people might be ordered to throng Call streetto I We want the government to take everything. Be happy, you at For or just plain fenorsnce. ftCA)
cheer and show allegiance to the flags of our Clay Hill. I still love and remember DelcherBros. c9e
conquerors.The care of everything. NOT I. Let See first! .They're excusable In children
all of us
State Prison Farm might then have been turned into a us be our own with the spirit of Mv you. but when they come out in
concentration camp where all who refused to obey would the' Pilgrims. They did not ask ; prayer. .
Dear Father we thank Thee for .
have endured the horrors practiced in foreign countries. for pensions and easy hours andHoc"lIz..d so many blessings. You know I Copyright,19It I'niled Slates Brewers FounJttiam I II

Yes, we can be truly thankful this Thanksgiving Day medicine. We still have

that Almighty God brought us through the..ordeal of the some spirit Let us, like Patrick ,. ,,
last Henry say "Glvo me liberty 01 a?f g j.e ya; $',. ,v rs x.i
war safely.In Xletr..r.f.
give death!" It Is r'
me good for u* I
the comfort of modern homes, we observe Thanksgiving -
to think things over once In awhile i!
anew The physical comforts we enjoy are immeasur-
to count up what we feel I
ably greater than those of our forbears; and we must still And think. Then vote for the man

be thankful for the freedom with which we have been en- we think has the true Democracy > k i i '
dowed ; for the liberty which distinguishes our nation among In his or her heart. We are Amer- 'i f

all nations; for the happiness which we can pursue, and leans then.I .

which we may pass on as the heritage of our own descend have a turkey ordered for

ants. These are troubled times, and in their confusion we Thanksgiving. I will have all the ,

find all the more reason'' for a full measure of Thanksgiving, iisunl trimmings. I could not have .. 1

in the happy company of our loved ones, on this day. dinner without sweet potatoes.Yes td
and pumpkin pie. I am going '
/: to try my hand atI.. mincemeat
Sorry the man who never gets back for a visit to the Old Homo. pie I Intend to make the I' P wvwi, lr
Town. The memories It brings back are a tonic to the old and an in- mincemeat myself.

Kplrallon to the youn Maybe strangers are living In the old homo The weather hire hns been won.di'rCul. .

now and have made changes, or perhaps the house has been torn down, AM yet we have hall no r

but there Is still a bush or a tree which you remember and get joy snow We had a funeral Monday .

from seeing. You remember the time you fell out of that tree and and the day was HO pl"iisent. The \

broke your arm; what a hero you were,, juot because your arm wu elderly mnn tip the street, who
in a sling. rump here many years!! age as .H

The pump at the Bfhoollimi.se squenki' the way it used to when you youm man from Illinois to teachschool.
llf later. studied. to be ,
were n boy, The water tastes B.I good \9s when you used to have water
lawyer and hunker. A grand old
ftRfitn at recess. You remember the pi'aiiks you played at school and /
man with fine
a family. He help.
even chuckle about the times when the teacher cracked your knuckles. ed build
up this town ai dui Donsfather
Everyone likes to come back "homo looking/ and feeling successful.. and grandparents.

L fces to show the family the old home town and show the town what a Wlllto bird is singing a snug; w '

floe 1 family ha has. But even the defeated man gets new hope and vigor thin morning. I got: up at five o'-

when he gets back to the place where, as a boy, every day was anew clock and studied on my correspondence

adventure Values were different then. Success wasn't rated In course that I nm taklnt

tlullara. but who could run the fastest, or catch the biggest fish. Every t! Horn the University of Florida.It .

meal to a hungry boy Is the best he ever ate. | In very Interesting. It In Psychology

Them are changes In the Old Home Town too; ''a few new stores on I of Child Development t ,A !

Main Street' Many of your frlrmU are gone, others look different, have three lessons now.. I am also -.
making Christmas
fdtlrr. But this Is where you are u boy again, even for a little while. pipM-ntr
with a lot of fancy work. Yesterday
This U where roots are.
your I
cleaned house' and waxed

floors Semms always so. murl
I one has to do. Flh girls' ? Hilt v,,

love doing things I will Boon put
up my Christmas wreath. In the ,
windows. I always wait until 1 (

get Thanksgiving over and then t. 1C b rr
Sinclair Gas & Oils brgln to get the house In shape

for Christmas. Whoopee! Folks '>"

Can't life be really ,wonderful just
doing: the ordinary everyday e_
EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS vonts? I have found it so. Some-

how I wish each of you who read
Goodrich Tires, Tubes & Batteries this. will have In your hAut, the

TEMPLE AVE. OPPOSITE COUNTY JAIL Spirit set out of the Thanksgiving old Christmas, and wreath then, 5

dust it up and hang it In the win-


OWNED HOME S Grocery&MarketSPECIALS TAR L I N G S FLORIDA STARKE .with a'U U+Urebuilt in.IT'S .




Ibs. Factory PackSugar It looks quality. Drive it and it feels i"

quality. Listen and it whispers! quality. _

From quiet new 100 h.p. V-8 to new

non-sag scat spring, from new pushbutton {'

door handle to "King-Size"

S Drakes (now Safety-scaled against i !1p.-i ? F

water and dust) this '50 Ford spells f' 1i1--4

quality. Its "Lifeguard" Body is 13 '

baked-on "'
ways stronger. l 11 new ''r f
colors are "built to live outdoors:' And ter '
it offers a sound-conditioned "Mid fit" fi'r' rShip"

Ride on "Hydra-Coil" and "Para- ?

Flex" Springs. Why not drive it and
see for yourself? Wbnr,/I..."IIrM awilaUr N Fake_ .

WITH $3.00 C






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III Mr... Bryan Whltflrltl1ul .

Bridge ( > Meeting.
At Mrs Tom Connera' rontllI; urkology Winners

of the Stnto Form Bridge Club
Wednrsiliiv afternoon of last w..ekthe
players were Joined by Mrs
Lawrence Duggcr, for a dessert
course whch! was nerved prior to
the grume The Conners home wa
beautifully decorated with red ,and 1
_.._ .. .. .
.. ..
for the ------------ ..
yellow chrysanthemums ----------------- --- --- ----- --------------- -
_._ ,
party. When nroics were ndduil l ii.-e------------------ ---------------- --------------------..
Mrs. R. P. Stuhblfm received u
quilted table cover na high prize
and Mm. J. R. Kite was awardedthe Mrs. Roy C. Ray
Mrs. J. P. Starling
second high prize, note pupor Mrs. Virginia Purdee I"1 O. Box 70S
In "bingo" Mrs. H. M. Rlchardeheld ,
Route 2, Box 233 Starke Florida
the lucky card and her prize General Delivery,

:was powder. Starke, Florida Starke Florida Why Women Should Register For Jury Duty:
En route to their home m Miami
from Now Orleans, La., Mr. and In this great country of ours, one of the
Mrs. T. A. Bront were'visitors of Women Should Register For Jury Duty:
Why privileges that we enjoy is the! right to a trial
Mr. and Mr, P. D Fanchcr Wed- Why Women Should Register For Jury Duly:
ncmlay Rod Thursday.Mr. by a jury composed of our poers. This means
and Mrs. John F. Crews I think women should register for jury that, in many cases: women will be considered! t.
fInd their son. John Allen returned commit crimes and They ao far have taken other duties of
duty because many women to sit on, or entirely compose, a jury due to the
Friday to their after home timing in vlnitetl MontUrllo Mr. are brought to trial for them, and it is only men on different occasions. They should registerin fait, that they may be just us: or more equal

and Mrs. U. I':. Crews since Woclnemlay. fair that they should have at least part womenon case 'wt 1 should sometime become necessaryfor to '.'10 "erson or persona on trial than men would
the jury. The woman on trial can feel that bt!.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mana!'KU her case had been considered from a woman's the )to sit on the jury. It might be, too of Then.:fTO, to a.sKure every person brought

and George.their Jr, of children.Oreeh Cove Celia Springswere and point of view as well as a man's. It id believedby great help in making us realize the seriousnessof before a dial by jury, a fair and impartial\

Thanksgiving dinner guests, many women that they may consider some crime in this day. hparintr. \\- mm should consider it their dutyas

of 10\...Mr.. and Mrs. W. G. Stringier I minor detail that a man would overlook. good citizens to register for jury duty.

During the past weekend Mr. .._ .. .. . ..
and Mrs. Charles M. Snycier: of _..__.__..-__..-__--__-..-__....-__-_-_-..__--.--___-...-__...-__.._-_...-__..--_.-.-_.._-.._-..--- ---..--.---.----..-----_--..-.._-..--_.._--..-_-------------.--------- ---..---.-------------....------..---..---...---..---.---.---.--..------ --.--.--.--.-
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs Marvin
Kngram and their two childrenof
Chipley and Mr. and Mrs. '
Schaeffer of Sncuds were visitors I
of Mr. and Mrs W. O. F.ngram .
Quests of Mr. and Mm. J It "

tence Chasteen were of Mr.from Jacksonville and! Friday Mrs, until Fred Mr Law.Sunday am.!! A NICE THANKSGIVING TURKEY HAS BEEN AWARDED TO EACH OF THE ABOVE WINNERS

Mrs. H. C. Hammernchmidt of

Ayers Jacksonville of Homcr.Ga Bench' ., Mrs Mrs J.Lura W. CORRECT SOLUTION OF PUZZLE GIVEN BELOW-
Lee and Jimmie Chusteen of Atlanta -
Ga. and Argin Boggus of
Fltzgerald.Ga. Their visit was occasioned -
by the ChasteenBrownlee -
wedding which they attendedIn
Starke Saturday evening and
they were also present at the nf-
tor-reheamal party at which Mi
and Mrs. Chahteen were hunts!
Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. J M. Bradley hud!'

as their guests Sunday Mrs. M. F.I I Farm Home & Auto SupplyC. Winkler Electric ServiceHoward's Green's
& Market
Coker, Sr., Mrs. ,1. H. Verner and keel Grocery '
Misses Sara Verner and Nora
ftobartv, all of J.-if-ksonville. I .(
Mr. and Mrs. R. W Brannen I
were Saturday supper guests olMr .
and Mrs. Jack Nelson 111
Jacksonville and Sunday they veiled H. Furniture Co. Prescriptions
Driggers The
/ Mrs. 1(. P. Oniney In Brooker Brown\ Derby


The fnml'y of J. .1.. William .' d >**
wish to express their deep appreciation
for the acts of kindness Charley E. Johns Agency

loved shown one.during Especial the death thanks of are their extended C. H. Nasworthy, PhilcoSetzer's Chas. C. Shepherd, Television

to the Starke Masonic
Lodge, and to Rev. Robert C

Louis R. Dean

!OTU'.l Koch StoreS.
:Notice In hereby given to whom It Super Stores Drug
may 'oll.rn that I have flied my
Final. Report BH Administrator rif
the Estate of J. It Kfll-v with the.
I'minty Jiitlff of nrudfuri] County,
FlorMn.I and: will' I on the 20th day
c.f December, 1449 apply to the
.'....nty Judre' of sold County and
Denmark Furniture Co.
State for my Finn) Dlnrharire.AdmlnlMrntor as
. nf said "...I/U.. I R. Johns
JI-II 4t r) 12-9 r< Kelley, Admln..raIO"1. Hart Furniture Co. GroceryLeiJa's

:= t
Seated' hlrf will tit received bv'I
the RnBrd of Public InNtrurtlnn' ,
Hrndforcl. rvmntv Florida until 1000 -.i j
a ",., Monday' D cemhpr 5, IS49 Andrews Motor Co.Sullivan's
for the purrhane nf the followingItems .
nf gasoline ntornre and pumpIng -
equipment: One luwm silos enpaelty Dress Shoppe
iriiotlne. art reriuentrd mlnvmm* tank.HldilerH to ollbmllpropn..I. Harold C. Wall Agency
for delivery to the Mite ofinstallation
nt the erhnol hue irar-
nab "'ark... Florid with an alternate
proposal tn furnish the above
equipment. rnmpletely Installed I and!
ready for tiwe Dry Goods
Idle. must be iifrned. eenled and
returned to H P ;Morgan'. !Hnperlnlendent .
, nf PuhllilnKtru.. 1 < tl n. Florida Fuel Butane Gas
Mnrke. Florida by. 1"'DO a.m.. Mon Florida Bank at Starke ,
cluv. I).ember 9. 1P49.! !
The .Konrd reserves' the right. to
rjt>ct any "r nil hula.
Tlfiard' nf Public Instruct,
/lrnd furl' C'oiinty. Kl'irlila Western Auto Associate Store
:H fit. 12.2Louis!1' Morgan Secretary11It

R. Dean r Magnolia Hotel Carpenter's Drug Store

TAX CONSULTANT-= Stuart's Radiator ShopVan's


SERVICE Starke Builders Supply

Bradford Hardware Co.

J 120 So. Walnut St.

I J. P. Roberts Motors

j Sam Rosenberg & Son Ed Simpson, Gem Jewelry 1\


\Wells Electric Service Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Co Stefanelifs! Grocery & Market,


New Method Cleaners Lawson's Mkt. & Cold StorageE Farmer's Supply

Call on u.. for reliable' drug

and 'health: nr...N. at wffrtlwhJ; ?:

"the, ,'Inr.Hcriipiiloo"'(0*pride eurutrM""/ .onrwltr-. which uaj Temple & Lake ServiceStatioIi" -- T. Shull Plumbing & Heating The Auto FountainFH.IDAY.

goes Into f\rrj single prer-rlp-

tlon we fUL


Av_ue Stark FU.

-Tempi... it'. ..... "t'. ,' ;',* "..::'!J -- .:: _- '... .. :-=rk: :.;== .;:z..: .;:;:::'Y>::'.:::,,:;,, ,,'>::'-' ':- ::"' -:-. :: :::;'j "p"1:.. -'=-" '5'I.'L.h'-: : :: ;; : i .2' : ":" .i3t.jI.. .Lt:':: ;'J:;;...:.; ...:..


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I branched silver candelabra hold Mr. And Mrs. James R. Chasteen, Jr. Buffet Supper Given sisted by Mrs. R. P. McLendon, (IL UFk'll'IAtAs 1'4!. Clerk .\.t.. Thoma., .-.
ing; lighted white tapers. Mrs. J. C. Wallace MM. J. O. of raid l l Court,
Palms were placed at intervals. !"""m. Chasteen"BrownleeWedding I j Caldwell, Mrs :J. O. Go Florida.
'_ .... r* I 'f Flank
throughout the dining room. a "' PartyMiss Mrs. H. M. Rlchardc. Ally for rif. Jl-l la .t IS-!
The bride's table was overlaid i Enjoying this affair with the

: with an Imported Italian cut work i 11 1 ) Madge Brownlee and James honor guests were members of the '. "' < ,: ,, :.. .,-'
cloth and centered with the thr.-<- a Roy Chasteen, Jr., Whose marriage wedding! party and a few select
tiered wedding cake which was Was an event of last Satur- friends. I LISTEN !
embossed with brides roses. On the day evening, were complimentedlast II
June Caldwell Office top of the cake was a replied ..r Friday evening with a buffet I IN CASE 01"SICKNESS
Ph. State Farm 45 Editor Phone 29 ithr bride's bouquet.. It was plnn-d iw supper given following their wed- i New Auto Tags '
.. on a mat and surrounded with Illusion. ding rehearsal.Mr The new orange and clue 19501' I (
On cither side of the nkt OK ACCIDENT; \\
and Mrs J. R. Chasteen. automobile license tag will go( on
Miss Madge Brownlee Weds J. R. Chasteen, Jr. were three-branched silver caml."' I Sr. were hosts on this occasionat sale at the office of Tax CollectorJ W-H-O
abrA Intertwined with garland the State Farm CommunityClub R. Kelly! on December 1- .
Here Saturday Evening
In Lovelv Ceremony
of tube roses white leaves am' The Bills ?
House Pays ,
brides roses. tied In the cent.'< !. ("(rest Court. Hrnilford l ftuntr
Miss Madge Constance Brown. A halo of bronze net and velvetadorned .. Placed at points of interest Klnrldll In I hnnf. .rr.litnailu .J'
with of Illusion At point >
puffs I'liilnllff. Protection
lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'I her halt and "he canted on the table were silver trn\ throughout the room were arrangements Mtanliilvvn' Carlo Kmmnrli' Turro.. Tun"' n.fen.lant. ,. For Hospital S
Hugh Logan Brownlee of Starke'!a cascade bouquet bronze chrysMnthemums of yellow chrysan- Cnn No 781H Insure The Florida Mutual -
i holding mints which carried "" .>..,-.. ,,f l-ul.ll.-llflon. and. '\nU.- aA.aran
became the bride of James Roy with matching lib- ; the colors of the cake and cumpotca themums. The refreshment i
Chaateen, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. bons. was overlaid with a linen cloth and MmnlKlava./ 1'''I..nc. l'h Tuu-n. whnMrcHllvnio '
I holding nuts. Small indlvM and addrene IK vII I..oC.LUY.ST
James Roy Chasteen. of the State All the attendants' dresses. were 1 cakes decorated with tuberoses centered with an arrangement of loforo Cailuellcrl No 35.:; I :
lust i, i iI
]last evening, yellow and white Ita'y'' lrl-I' P. RAYMOND
Farm. Saturday designed alike. Miss Starling wore pom pom ,, G.
passed. '
{ were You are r..qulr.tI I" ni>i '''
November 19 at 7 o'clock in the American Reauty Kose and Miss Two punch bowls. were plane, 1 t chrysanthemum On either end lieocmhrr U.h, 194S. In .the .. r. <>. iv x< D,*
First Baptist Church. Dinkins wore foreat'Irr'n.. They .ifIrrr of the table were lighted on either aide of the ronm ci .., Plnlnnff ....k. dlvori Hrmlftirdf'ounty STAHKE, FLA.
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, pastor, carried cascade bouquets of bronze email tables which were banko'l, i "r tapers In crystal candelabra tied T>l.'i r"ph .nhiill,. ,.niiMlfh,, this'UrWltnein I I'
performed the double ring ceremony chrysanthemums.. Their hair arrangements with greenery with white pun with white satin ribbon. "milharsi l aniJ" .- .frtlclalasealat I 9iI
against\ a background of na- ,wore like that of the porn chrysanthemums placed at .., The host and hostess were as Wtarke" Florida I thin 1'01.' .'"mh"r I"I
tive greenery white chrysanthemum maid of honor. | Intervals. around the bowl I III
and glndioli. Lighted white, The flower girl wore aqua/ Illusion The background for the hrld.I : TIt
tapers In graduated candelabracast I with a matching halo for her' table was formed by m--n i
a soft glow over the netting. hair. She carried a miniature cascade branched candelabra Intertwine' :, 1
Mrs. L. A, Canova, organist of bronze chrysanthemums, I with white chrysanthemums am i iN 1L
rendered program of nuptial mus- The bride selected a gown of I plumose fern with white lighlei,: SHOP AT YOUR FRIENDLY A&P S.J S.
j satin with fitted
ic. George A Wainwright, soloist white slipper n 1 tapers I IGuests
Years" You- bodice, with insets of Frenrh Imported I Into OK\
sang "Through the ( were invited ( OF ,
mans). "Because" (d'Hardelot), la".. The skirt featured an i':'dining\ room by Mrs. M. C Stitn! STORE-TAKE
and "Thei Lord's Prayer" (Ma- accentuated hip line with insets(Ulster of the bride Mrs. J, W
lotte). The traditional wedding of lace and ended in a c'hap..1train. | Deavcr kept the bride's book, am1 1 OUR HUGE ARRAY OF HOLIDAY Ittl.
marches were used. for the processional Her fingertip veil was ntisheerest '(I Mrs. S. I,. Peek Mrs. W B. Moody I 1.if
and recessional. imported Illusion which Mrs. R. A. Green and Mrs UIt. FOOD SPECIALS I
The bride was given in mar fell! from a tiara of orange blos Thomas. presided over the punch
riage by her father and had asher soms. She carried a cascatli. bouquet bowls.. Others' assisting were Mrs ) Tf
maid of honor Miss June CaldwelL of white bride'f roses and S. E. Sparks. Mrs. J. W. Browne
Bridesmaids. were Miss Jo [tube roses. lee Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Mrs J 1-
Ann Dinklns! and Miss Lily Tom Mrs. Brownlee. mother of th.i W. Kincald, Mrs. O. L. Bunplry s -. *
Starling of Ilahira, Ga. Sandra bride, chose an evening length and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. : "
Stith, niece of the bride served as dress. of blue crepe Her corsagewas After spending several hours I r: d '
flower girl.J. of pink rones. with their guests Mr. and Mrs.Chasteen I Pilgrim Turkey
R. Chasteen Sr., served asbest Mrs. Chusteen mother of the left for a :wedding trip, li n,
for his ushers i groom was gowned in navy blue w ,/..,
man son and to South Florida. The bride tr8-1 ../ .
were Bill F. Miles and Argin Bog- crepe. of I rose buds with matching flowers ,
Oa Her
gus Fitzgerald brown accessories. corsage| -
The maid of honor were a gownof I In her bronze satin featuring a net following the ceremony On"their return they will re-1 M '1. /, '
yoke and bustle effect in, back I: a reception was held !in the'oman's side In Atlanta, Ga. ; < I '" Dressed & Drawn
\\ Club. !
Mrs. Chasteen waa graduatedfrom ; "
I IGirls' II Guests were greeted at the door Bradford High School last _- yI1 :; ;, _,.
I by Mrs. I* C!. Powell! and presented 1S
spring.Mr. -
to the receiving line composed Chasteen was graduated ., t--.. ,: North Carolina Grade AToms
of the mother of the bride, "
from Fitzgerald\ High School ..
Mrs. Brownl I groom, Mrs.\ Chnsteen best man. ployed by the Citizens and Southern '' ..
,the bride and groom, the maid of Bank in Atlanta, Ga. .
honor anti the brides maids in the ; Hens ft. 65c lb. 55c

lounge before the mantle which B&PW Club DanceTh n
was centered
small of RHIlands!; white, daisy of huckleberrywith chrysanthemums -f' .nosiness. Club Is and sponsoring ProfthlllunnJWomrn' a 4' 8 to 13 Pounds AverageWeight 14 to 20 Pounds Average Weight I

white brides roMan.J- ,dance for teen< agers at the American
showers of tiny white ribbons, legion Hall on Friday
4 flanked on ench aidby five- 'I evening{, December 9, at 8 o'rlm'kHOLIDAY Quick Frozen Gr. A Dressed-Draivn FRESH, TENDER PORK
P Mr. and Mrs.\ : James R. Chatrtecn, Jr., are pictured
have following their marriage which took place Saturday DUCKS Ib. 65C HAMS ft. 49c

II evening, November 19, in the First Baptist Church.
r y
r .
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Junior Woman's Club I!'!Junior Club NoticeThe Quick Frozen Gr. Dressed-Dmrn 1 SMOKED, SHANK LESS.

'I Has DinnerDanceHusbands monthly meeting of the
I:Junior Woman's Club will be held CAPONS ]lb. 85c PICNICS lb. 37c
.1 I and escort of melnhere Thursday evening. December 1

I rf, tic ,TI'.J: r 'oman's. Club at 8 o'clock at the Club House A I to K Poundseraire 11'eighl
were entertained with a d.nner Christmas program |i" being plan.

party at the Pelican Club on last, ned. Fla. or Ga. Gr. A Dressed -Drmcn
and PAJAMASSIZE Hostesses for the evening will
MACIIINK..MACHINKLESS.:. Thursday. November 17 JACK Sl'llST Fancy SlicedBACON
be Miss Delia! Rosenburg, Miss Gar
Mrs. Martha Smith was Distress nito Hutto, Mrs. Millard Judd. FRYERS
; ; or 'C
1 TO 14 l of Ceremonies during the Mrs. E. J. Dowlmg, Jr and Mis I

$1.59 or i evening and presented Metsru.' Evelyn Newnome. HENS lb. ;: 9 : pkg 49cl'Iar"land

up I Carl Roberta Larry Gibson and
$ Beta Sigma PhiThe
I Phil Adelhelmrr, who rendered M ,
fen'8SWEA lovely musical program. Gamma Theta Chapter 01 StandardOYSTERS -,'**
T SHIRTS Amusing gifts! were awarded as Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will hold
Its ''irgular bimonthly meeting Pint - 59c r rsribr I
1.95 a COMPLETE; ; door prizes to the m..n.Tho Monday, November 28 at the \\'0mAo's vLlJn
tT-"hupi.il tables held arrangements
I Club Building at 8 o'clock. Ail-Mfat
BOOT SOCKS ALSO on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of seasonal: fruit and All _members are requested to be I

79c of each week I :rhjt Iraves ken After dinner t-e! dancing delirioiix was fried in-1'rreo..n. t. Pork SAUSAGE, 1 lb. bag 39c Co

------- SHAMPOO $
I '". WCTU Notice
Men's j
SET, andCreme 1 t Guy Snle wn chirmni i j'j'Mn. j Headless Ocean _
HUNTING CAPS of the. affair She was assisted. by I IMm. The WCTU will tnwt Krldaj j.
98c Rinse t S G. rvnrtark. Mrs. 1..l.e. N..v't/ At 3 p.m. at the home ot l Large SHRIMP lb. 69c
t Rigg'i und Miss. Frances Collry.. Mrs. W N. Johnson on Laura St. ,

Lorraine. t -
1 OperatorsPHONE Calif. Pascal 22's Per Stalk _
Sulliviin's 8 8DRY t STUFFING BREAD ..-,

18- : II" I i Jumbo Celery 19cFresh _

GOODS Homestyle Loaf 18c ,
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Lady Fair Beauty Salon | :Saturday. :November 28 Tuea. & Wed., :Nov': 2'J & :30 1 lb. CellophanebaR _
117 West Call Street :

Starke. Fla 'all Street at Railroad C CI \\allacrBeery.. :\Iujurlt.: Main Jane Parker Potato Chips, Ib. can 79c Cranberries, 1 lIb. 19c

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lll ...lt> L.. JAMESS'TEWAR Hrushed k'
Keebles Saltine Crax, 15 oz. tin 39c I LB.

Wl Sweet Potatoes 25c

White House MILK, 3 tall cans 34c
RAY -- Florida 200's & 216's

Treat yourself to DEXO Shortening 3 pound 75c .
2 can
8 Ib.
x Oranges bag 29c
ll Genuine Chicken Pilau i c I : -. ,
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i 50 lona TOMATOES, No. 2 sz. can 12c

Served with a steaming of Starke't Best.
cup ( ------ Washington Red Delicious:
Coffee .
lona FLOUR, 25 pound bag 1.39 Apples, 2 lb. 23c

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Cara Nome Cologne t Nutley OLEOMARGARINE, lb. 19c

t .. d tlaial!< MatOtA _. No. 1 WHITE Loos or Raged
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with Atomizer - SI.50 lIr lona PEACHES, No. W sz. can 21c Potatoes 10 lb. 29c
.. ilrua ), |-.lrl,'kl. Knowles.1kL I TIME a r
I'M'TAX" ..IIC.>.'l. IJonrl \IMlll Lon I I -

Yardley'8 t'arnome: <4< hnnry"V.ilil .\IA"'O' E LOVE Ann Page KETCHUP, 14 oz. 18c Jane ParkerFRUIT

Helena Rubenstein 'oty tk _, Hill lIU-Ui. '*." aerial. and i n __
"l.lltlr GoldL-h" ('arl"un Plus Lateste..a
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Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce, 18c
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A .
Sun. & Mon.. No>. 27 & 2SMarth
r Our Prescription Department i is ready to serve Your Irescription Needs DOITHLK FEATURE: -- IIi'= lb. 1.25 3 Ib. 2.45

the with day Quality} or night.Drugs", ,, at all times. Our service i is reliable at any hour of I I : A&P APPLE SAUCE, No. 2 15c 5 lb. 3.85


/ AH kinds of ''- ?'
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..-"w 1 e I Fruit CakeMaterials < 1
CARPENTER'S ","_' nMmtt \I '
otlltp ., ANDBuckskin '
The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled .\1.... .latest NC%. S: -! Frontiers
I ..f Time!.' With ii.rbard DU All Fresh Stock ,. ;; "ir.I,

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I. .. Miss Alma Thomas arrived Sat I :McnS AI.I. WOOL SflTS. $33.- I family, Ovsondolyn Shirley Benny. PiM..inhor. Sit(t, Iq4 1, |In the| nhovonanifil lit Clrtmlt. C..r.. ......furd ('.....,..1'I plnlntlfr )tack,. divorce. ..ut8? ....

I uriiuy to upend a week with her 50 to 'U..V at AI.VAKE//. and Lynn Mr and Mrs. H. M Mc- I Court...>.kii ami. rtlvorro I-HUHV nrarifnrd whor..!nI'lKlnMff rmhirmn ElorIdmi:. ..M! tee.!II............,. I'lnlntlfr V" minor' ..t'.hilil...t.. rtuppurc and kI._,5't'flhiit. _

parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thom II P :\1. Barefoot and XV F. Barefoot I Rae and grandson. harley McRae.! PIHIIIIV Telegraph Khali p.m.hItch lli'oiirf A. Moor, *. l i'fc nlaut, ('....' (*..nniv kvrnph .loan __
Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae arc thin truer In next 4 wpeklv ItmueH. I N.. 7D144lrilrr hue iJricr 1 In niit 4 wWltiifnH ....Iv ,_
as. Miss Thomas Is a student at .
spent Saturday In Tainpn \\ Itiipim mv linnil. and official' K. R| mv hnnd and afficiI.'e2lii
Bob Jones College in South, Curollnn visiting their mother. Mrs. F \. the proud parents of a little son. m 82 !inrk. ,.. Klorlila, thin S.'h..r 45i.r.of fnlllrii4toH.....t.. nr itnir Fl.iln' sinflr. .,4aH ., Htnrk.'. 'ln.hh. this 1\iu....._

I Barefoot who has! Just passed ( He has been named CJnry' William I041ItlKKIl'IAr." Slth \?.I A. .J. Thomas II......... .\ M h.er. .s'he, .rp.Ii. II". I 4'I(I 1, 11149IIIFVIs'lAf.: SRAI.' ) A. .r. Th\ ",..OT...
CTHE Mr. and Mrs. Mines' wete g.ie..t'"I her Jtflth bitthday They were accompanied | Mrs R. li. Batten of Theressa. .\* <-l"rk of unit. Court .curt.' .K 8' "I'aiitelll .:.1. Ax-11111 I Ax fli'llt ..if waitS. 'mirt: ,
NEWS I Hi lItv. )'huilai'hi.hbn| I'llYon '
: ( .n by. Deputy n. rk. ... -.
of Mr. Mrs B T. Thomas was visiting{; her daughter MIH I Its Hut M Ci. liv r. >
and s" .
I by Mrs. XV F. Barefoot Vi nit f "id rim i in. PtH'k pliir'rtu I i cr. rennlreit to snpenr onir \\ilhiin' l II M".K"n.. Fifth Vl r.flirk .
,_r* 0riu-frri fl r-r-r-r-f-t t-ri, .. ..; last weekend. A. J. Fender Saturday AlIt r... I'lf ti-as 4t I tan.In '; ,.. ,. 2H l 11'40.!> In ibm ahoy. nuinoill'I I'iiilihiiK, I liu.ks..nvlll I... "...
Mrs C. M. Hudson and daughter -I I Senator Charley E. Johns spen I Mrs. N. A. Conner of Midway l is I Iroult .'.....*. llrniMoril ......at,.. \ lirt 4llit CUUMH whurelli' .tItS r flf II -2S 4t ltAnn's 1..
Among those attending the Cir- I Guests of Mr and Mrs. Leslie, Rdna' of Jncksonvlllf were, spending few days with her i"l..riPei. I.. than..,.. _
Tuesday In attending .
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Jacksonville I.. N Ci.'ricv. riuhitlffincr 1,11 '
CUM In Monday night. I BIIeItK for Thanksgiving weRe Mr I guests of Mr and 1IIrp. H. B. Sullivan -; to busneas.KEa'rE! I Fon-ln-lrtw and daughter Mr. and I'.'.' ,Ct"" l...ft>nilniit <*hie"' Nil;
were M' and Mrs. Freeman Kejiister. and MfH. Vernon Howe ot Jack last Mrs. Os>-en McRae 76Z3 I
.Ir and Freeman III Mr. sonville. I SiituidayMm I INN Mr. an.1Irll.! V I.. Stalling an tl.l..P. .,f luhMrnf. ..., unit. \chie.. f n ,1 Bakerv & Coffee Shop
I A. K. McKlnney and Mrs I Til \SKo: f l\'ISO OINNKK S oiii-iir.. <|">< %1"1! <>! '..>llll. > S f"i
ind Mis. Freeman Register. Sr., Order jour Photographic ('hrld.mlt L. O. Hazen pent Tuesday In moving to this! section from Hell- I.illiiin I I "Htcrnei." nlinnifc...lili.n. .
Jack Jame curds | i li: to 2:30: ti.OO: ) Till unit juliti'i'HM. Inmil: I linKiilli. AVIMIIII. I
.luhn Anderson ; / at-II..II\\lII' C'ani .. bronn Springs We \vrlcoifie them
Ollln..vllle "IK.tln'I'lend. and
Alvarez. C. W. Colson. and Missus era and Gift 'hoI). I U.\ (:ISU I"I\::: ;::|: l I tt'I; | tii nnniir ..n I I II. :Mince And I'umpfuii
I shopping \\ Ith Dctmthj llelntz here.Misses I I...... nil.' .. .
r 2(1.( lM't! 'In tinall \
Ruth Edwards
Juno Hall and FI'hmds111 be Inteleatud to Mr and MfII. Don Palmy wll'' at rin.-io Hazel and Vonnie C'aw niiniil ('....rI ."... in, liNt ...h. ,',.|InI PIES 55c each
Sharon Hall. know that Miss\ Marjorie DeSha arilvo Thursday to upend the ho!. ford of Hellbronn were dinner I IIt'oI"r' ) i ...|.k. ,"y,...>i.. a...lIr.1 of

KKYSTONK" INN Wildwood\ granddaughter of ; IdayH with Mr... I'atniy's purontj. guests of Misses Gwendolen and ,| (,'hll.I"1I'....IMIITeliHini, to ilvfriiilunt>li uliiill et.puhllHli HnnlfuKl). thin I
TIIANKSttlVlNO! DINNER Mrs. "'. H. Struth of Starke was Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen. I Shirley MoTtne Saturday. I I. (>l'.ior! In. n.*.t fnur wkly INMIIHH I t Chocolate Krf.ifn*
I | \\lnu I t .s mv hiiiut 1 .iiil'nr '
PINE LEVEL mill i>rrh< I
12: to 2:30: 6:00 Till exempt from Freshman Englishon Mm. Clyde W. Colnon and Mrs I .sinrke I 1110"111. I mi is N,.vi>"mli,>r Anil Cream: ,Puff*,
In f Ir..ut.. 4 .. hiri.it.pd ('...entt.i.'IrIhi ; I
urff. \\tt. IH4II
n \NCINOlth nn inventory test at FSU because ;i\V. S. Johns vlalted relatives In .
I I, lly Mr. II. M. McRaaI I IM 4 hnmrr) : (nKKlrlAI.. CF' "Ii A .1 Tli"mn,,,
\\ Dorothy Heintzut of high grades. She and anjother Luke City last Monday nftuiniion. J"HH" i I.: Mrlloxnn.' plaintiff.I I vil > As t'l..rk of mihl ivnirt Coffee Sandwiches Home Made Soup & Chili1OI'KN
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"tpv 51 'va U, I"it-ft'iitlanl 110. No fly ,,
I I lli\nn "rnwli 1' I'. I
INa.noMr i prarltmte Wildwood Highjierelved i Guests tor Jtl'IgH; and Mrs K. K i)1 7823. ''' ITnnk t.nndrum. TILL 12-W:: t. M. -
nnd Mm. P. K.. Adelhemier : I higher:: grades: than mole Potryman last week were Dr. and \\' E. Hall nnd Dr HobKngle rnrr ,*f ,',,'.1"I '"I in'' S...1 >..tI,*.. 4n. : ,lily fur I'lf StnrUo: II I "'S Ftnrlitx.4t HID ____v-_____._- .
of Jacksonville 'In TI.pll / : > nirnfetttr llf KIOIIIIIV 4> lJ
und children left Wednesday t.-, Ihin 2,000 other students. Mrs C. M. Sayk'H cnnmti1 to their were -: >$U.Mitlo t iin. w"II...*** t.HNiiloiM mill a'I .
in and Huncli 1 'II.r ; IKIII.1! : <<'i .. ",
II Mr. i> meeting Satuitlav u".r.-- .unknown
spend the TIjank (flvJnK holiday., and Mra. H L. Hrownli-o. home in Miami after vacatIoning I 'r
I HP" Guillen of Stavkp filled 'I 11 < u 1 to sppnnr" on
J in Lyons, OH. with Mrs. Adelhcl- Mrs. M. C Stith and daughter.S'ndy. : In North Carolina i| y ) 'use alt, I'l-ri.' :' III the alcove limn'tlj I II
nier'H/ pinrnts Mr and Mrs I.,. A. \ spent Thursday In St. Augustine. I'rlcc, flit t 0 |11I.I"w| coat on'UiHlrrn I',[ the pulpit at Pine Level Sundny' j I I'ourt.. .1 ltd, | .iii.wlicl'c.Iim. pluinillf' USE OUR BUDGET PLAN
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kH tll\i 1 ri >* I llriltlforit 'otinly
Thompmiu. They were accompanIed ; /: I Clothing u n rj llu.i|.. at1! morningThe l 'I''h''I.h ."lull') |"h'h' I thl. llrtlurl :1 I I II
by Mrs Aduthclmer's sister Mr. and Mrs. K M Davis Mr. .LVAKEZ'. 'II :voting gills. .. of the Pine Li.v-'l'In in xt four v .*. kllt4Hiitii'
\\tln. .u t ni\ ii.nl. "n.1 l official s Mrs Rilwln Stephens alno ofLyons and !Mrs. 1. H. Mixon and daughter -I I Ml '8 Betty Anne Flynn arrived el Church entertained' the members Ht COin.. t-l.irhln. thlx Noviinkcr3J

vvliii has apent this week Dorothy visited relatives tnArrher I Wednesday to upend the holidays< and visitors last Sunday, night I I :(111"1"1"1.\, i 1114-t I. SI'1: M.I A. J. Tlmmim.

vl8itlnK In StarkeMill's during the ThanksglvinK: 'j with her parcntn Mr. and Mrs. with a program" nfter the s'rvle-"p I \ H ,riiM k ..C iiiilil CourtrKlllill -Piece{ Limed Oat.BED ..
holidays I'I George B: Flynii. by f>r. Kngte: Th.ve taking part 'I' I itt: %'.'lt I, r.ti.l.: '; J: I Part Wool BLANKETS
: FALL !SLITS at AL. i I ,, ,i< I .iiMlllini!i n rk; Klnrliln
Guests of Mr. and Mis. W U. Mr. and Mra. S. K, Spark and on the program wer! nicnd<, Crosby Ally r.., I'lf, II -25 41 U10In

VARFS3J.30; ( to $17.50.) Sewcll over the holidays were their Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wll .on, are spending nurharn ..1..11ronner.. Gwendolyn 4lr....'it I l'irf. 41rnlford 4...iin4y.. } ROOM 1 SUIT

MIMi; K' !",nniir: Crews of Keystone I tlmiehter: Virginia/ Mrs W. R.Qunyle Thanksgiving with Judge and j jMm. Mi'Map, Mmy 1.011 AlvurexVonolle !. I... Is bass II 1<. Eva lI..rlh.11""hut ii ItolicrtK. I'lillnllff (SAVK: $60)))
Heights pliiyinp string In Sr., W. It. Quuyle Jr. H. S. Wilson In Biontton. .lIy. Mae Buines "M. ",'Ilt I 11..1"1., l lu-frinliiiil, "Him
the full (" "11'1 t series of the Florida and Bonn Bill and Brure, of Pom- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martini, I Mamie Men .y. nnd Francis Crosby No. 7D2Illnlrr
; Stnte Syn'phony orchestra InTallahassee ''pnno nnd Mrs. J. B. Cotliell of spent last weekend In Jacksonville $In .'r" were Mrs W E. Hall .., I'nhlli'llllon. null %,.II... tillirnr
< C S l' a li: IK Kl.lllllllt li>tK
I Lresbiirg.XX visiting:; their Mon and daughtcr- I Melva CI'o..by. Shirley McRseVonnle ;..liv lloli-. fitwhoNt* i Hlileni,'i' timid
Cnl und MIH Owen Grilfln of I stern I'antw. whirls. Hoots In-lnw. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mar Crawford !Shirley Kelly nil.lr. 'is. t t'.. tI".I''n.) Smith 1
St. Augustine: visited Mr. and Mrs. I reduc4'd to oat and .less. than coat tinez. Mar.vnnn Crawford. and Carol UIH rrl a lrt'l lu appear, on _

Leslie Biggs last .weekend. .:at ALVAREZ'. Miss Joan Carpenter will be the Johnson.
Mr. and :Mrs A. K. Hall nnd:! = = = _. .:======--
guest of her parents. Mr. and Mm. I -- --- -- -- -

J. M. Smith during the holidays children of Jacksonville spent partof I
Bury Your Dead Animals I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Curry are last week with Mr*. Hall's parents -

I'reo, Prompt. Sanitary Rcmoxal of UfinlHorse Spending the Thanksgiving' holidays the H. M: MoRnes pJ1 I

*. Mule or Cattle Call Our Phone with relatives In At more. | Mr. and Mrs H. M McRae hall 1 :

Operator At Our Expense, Starke 189.* IfIon Ala. | as dinner guests Sunday thnlt' I STARKE J

Have Difficulty Call Our Jiu-k nnllluOf Western Pants, Shirts. Root ihlldirn. nnd grandchildren., MitT

fire. Ph. 4-5500 Day Night or Hollda> reihired to rout and lent than co>.tat N. Norman n/l.f son, <;eral('. Sun, :Mini., TII"-"., No*. 2 .21!) $189.50 Value
ALVAKKZ' Mr. and Mrs K C. Hupp and children Regular 7xSO()

FLORIDA SOAP CORPORATION Little Diane Hitch of Jacksonville | Rudolph and Jo Allen all!) of GUNGA DIN Double Thickness! $6.95

l Is Hellbronn anti MIH' Robert My- Sale
wtorH Inlet, Fla. l-h. Orange Park 21IW upending feveral week Price $129.50
with her grandmother Mrs. Car- tick\ and daughter; Kathy. of LnkeGeneva
rle Rltrh I C'nry llrant.l tor M'-I.-lglen:

Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGrlff. Jr., Those of this community wl.o; Doug ralrluinki. Jr., J. I'oiiluliiALSO \\v Also llu> c Night Tallies

and Pat McGrlff will arrive Wed- enjoyed the bin h.liy: celebration' SIIT H17IUKITHXX ; Ard !inches: To IIntrh.Onellurner .

NOW TONI HOME PERMANENT neidav night to spend the holidays "given at tho home of Mr anti Mrs SMOKE

with Mr and Mrs O. J. McGrlff I IMr. Ehlon Sapp on Tuesday night of
EASY-TWICE AS FASTNew and Mrs. J. R Chast..n.1 I IJr. Mst week In honor of Mrs Felix .1.. Tluiri., Nov. SO Ict'. I

TWICE AS .. spent Tuesday afternoon with' SAPP. KUIon: Sapp, and, II. :M. Mo IXIIItl.r' ; FK\TfKK: IVirtaltle STANDSReg.

Mr. and Mrs. H. L.. Brownlee en- Rae were Mr. nnd ]Mis\ J W Me:

route from St. Augustine to At- I line. and son, Arley and JainoN, Money MadnessHugh OI LHEATERS $5.95 Value
Toni Refill Kit. New Photo l..nta, (fja. where they will make Mr und Mrs. H M 1IId Ran .and I

Method \Oircetion show how their home. .- ""lleuiiiiMint Fran Kuffertv ..-.
types of KKYMTONK INV Sale "Price
Tom now waves many .\\nAlaska
hair in as little as 30 minutes ThI.tNRsI'lN! ( DIN'NFK:

.|00 13 to :2:30: 6:00:(> Till EXPERT Patrol 0 $17.95 $2.95

I J) \J\'ISJ adio"epa _
4 \Mlll Dorothy: HcInU <
Complete Set New Toni! SPIN, ill I l'lii.-l Kirhard Truxli, I Helen. "'I..h'ut I _,

Cu.!.... ;NI'; > mure. rubber bands j.j I Mr and Mrs. T. E Hutto of &, ,.. I
: Grips
-all I.ittc ;nil ri-one I
ith lurk of Jacksonville, $ weio guests of !Mrs I'rl., vat., U"." 2, S i
l.k H
( '
spins\ I I IT'S A FACT } 0 U CAN 1)0 1tETTRf. tT
the tinker. 2tJloli. : 1sf L. S Hutto funrliiv nfternoon .itI'liI.E FE.1tlil.: i ,
Pat McOrlff of Gainesville visited -

'hM'" his parents Mr. and Mrs (J. Down Mtrnory Lane
..P ,,,,,'/Y, .1. McGrlff lust Denmark Furniture Co.
I < I r.lim I I ; Cn.V.! C. Kli-liN. ,
Mrs. D. Chrlstlnno and childicnLvnn \
I KOCH DRUG STORESTARKE nnd Peter of Dailen Coin... l'II'I1I:' 151 ,'C .4f, TAICI\t;. I"LA.
SERVICEChas. .\ > I
nrrlverl Sunday to upend too hoh i .
FLA. days whit her pnrents.\ Mr II lid I Covered Wagon I,!! '. .;;,:. '._' f.tA+< .1 t .: : ;., ......._...- .. c "','" '#Qo..= : j

!Mrs. V S. St Jnhn c. -
Little Frankie lltitto returned: II Trail

to his home In Jacksonville, Sun- ShepherdAt I Ullli, .',u'k ItundaJIAI
Every Branch of liv after spenclmnr several GayV Service Stalinn I >iO C'OMKUV( : & SKICI': .VI,
I with. his grantimotheiMrs.: L SHutto .
INSURANCE -=-:--=- -::.=- '_:=--_:- -?-=:--
Mr and Mis J. A. Lewis -- ---
.. .. HOld I JL-. _______ I
Children Mr and Mrs VernnnSllcox t' ., -
1 and Mrs D L. Silcox are'' .

H. c. WALL AGENCY fl spending and Oak. Mrs' ThnnksglvlnR Ralph II. ("n'!with In Liv-Mi 4Sf'-; AVrcr Il-U-" Itcfore You TltYYOUR

J IM.KASR': PHONE 116 Prices cut t o below en H onXeotern
\ flothlng a n-I 1 Hunt at 1Sf .
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- i
Mr ]Afnrlon f Faiill< nnd Mr an' ; .

i Mrs. Wnll'JCP "',lUrk of .Jackson I.
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I vIII. were visiting In Stalke Sill : F-.'
.iirdav e\enlng ThiIVllttlo duns1'jter :;

I Mnrtell returned horn.. with ; 0

_. ._ .. I them lifter spending' n few diva, '
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I with her p ___________ o I)
.\":I:" t 1.0011! 'i i IM.\mi: i'KK: lain ( grandparents Mr and "- 4' ,
t I It ii nn IliiiliTwiMirt. Mnnrianl .'(lit "'AI.). : !iclrlii' I KiiMilnuiMlrr blS Mrs Maxli-' Carter. Sr 1_ 'il
clunk noah I n.-. In K""l eondmnnliMliilm ,'ycl". iN'. '1&1.Is.) I"YI1..III.: | | 'IKl'ilt -
I I l-railfnrd! County Telegniph ho'.' II'" Irea,n h"...., 10.... .:iinI. | Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrew. 'anti

_____ Ir I.Bank. porn Blllldln"nil I I .I..v $1I..d.y 1I1t1ll1..n lip Son. Tommy spent lait weekend MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY n. I 1/\!

KOIt HAI.K' : Hholniin.' duubl bar- I I with their son Drake lit the I......
i.'''I. I 13 KIIII.HH' 3 10.,"". Khell In. : ,.'fllt flAI.Jo:: AI'1. $.. M..lu'. rb..r McFlrfde-White, School near Hir N .
lml" I-'r. I uiilv ilvlKer lark. of gas "I..V". iio-,1. g.o.l. ........IIII..n.I I I ___ ,
nilnghnm Ala
hull pink liP ..111. WI.It.1...... i I':. Aii.it HI. 1.tarka __ _
I $ .'111. itt) I\\Tr n''d Mrs. I. .I- Shepherd '
K"H IIIs'r.m houne' with bath I '
Ito niiinlh. < ttl" Quitter( Up : were culled to Montlcelln SnuJiivlhecpn I _' _
SAMNow:: hotlHH A 20 in r... .. rTJ'
farm land 4 ml MOIIIII i IJrovn i l'iv: .. n of the serious lllnHSH of _, ___ ,
Kf>ll "SALi' ':: I fu..l-oll heatar com. prlnKH on hlwuy 17. Ainu 1-10..1 l Mr. Shepherd's mother Mrs Dorothv I
l.l.-te with lank a 8-l>urner oil .......m..1' I rio,icr. UH |'II'(''" f...... O
ln-Ht-r. n 4-liuriit-r oil couktovii. owner at' farm. 8tpH-a S'lepherd' Mrs Shepherd, remnlned
All chfiip. tNirmr 7th ft HI flnlrMrovtH with her
mother-in-la v .
lip IUIIV Cit: U'K "HPKrfAI.' Nuvvinliormly --
< I'ii] ..runt,, Timlftd Kl'iLkM, for the time being.
Knit .H.L.lI I I'll' .XI'llKS I of itoiirtnitxtiirr I.k.: ICeilH' .Wyandi>tt... lu k- (imndma,' 'l.w.., ( liri-lmil CllrNNOW. EIc1P
lanil lying t mlloit wMnf ll-il' f.TOHHI.H |1 lio-I III). Nnt ...'...01.| !)E ;
"$ta. I k.. on I llri> olea H"ad.l Nat Kfilifr: l> fjlv lH>livry lluariintrnd .-llnllywond ('njitera. and .
unil. water iiiply| *UII worth ;I fit hHTMOVT( II ATI.'II, iitY., Gift Sho,..
titnhi-r I .in l..n.1.l 110 I ari- for 'Iul.'" J .pt.| 6(1( U.x 7, fllackwuml N |1
.alrci llux 744, Starke. 2112SSEI.I. .1.It Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Wayne GET 15V. kff
Kenny spent Inst Thursday.
I.KT l''It I.AV-AWAT XniHHr in
II YOUR TIMBER .>l..vlNlfin' act t'Hlav. .your('ban I Jacksonville visiting;; Mr. and Mrs '
NOW Hhfph.rd, Itmllo A "I..I..n.. C"j T. P Hili to. the occasion being' :1

HiKh.t Cash Prices Paid I NEW:. ,.''n..... "' .win" Msiehlreu 'the :3id birthday of their daug'i-' GOOD.1'iEAR
,.10 Terms. are aVtIIIaila In ter. Bonnie. :
: ibis section only through Clara I |
win. IMIY TN i BULK ))1.-wtng. .tu.'hln, ('n.. 41m2, N. Sfar- I| Mr H H. Adams Mrs T C '
OR I IN: UNITKDWIN l I. n .Ht Lake City F.... I'hon Ifnn-n. Jr Mrs. A N. IInll..IItVMrll.
MO, writ or vlult our nhnn. f>iir I| TRACTION TREAD
Hn\\** Ht Srrvicare: will visit1yuiir Robert Green and :Mrs. .1. IWainwright :
: W. PECKOr hum upon rifiiiftiit. tf :; attended' the .limit.

John W. Turner KtiFt ItK.VT': ..I.... Inttmrflv: t-l Woman's Club Institute and luncheon TIRES !Ito
I). O. Box 463 bitdrm. Turn. apt. AM| <> an unfurn at the Woman's Club In .101'11'l .
K rurn 'otm.v. 201 W. Mailil i WE PAUSE AT THISThanksgiving
.. Konvllle 'last Saturday. I
Fla. ,
Cainesvllle; l "n 8t Htark tf
% el' all the trouble
occurs -
Mr. and I .
I Mrs. Jam. <4 Cooper, and

Send mr a piwtcard and I Federal Land Bank dltushl'r. Lln'''.. spent 1\0n'IY'\ In the last 10% el' lire COLD WEATHER

will com see you.ar'wN'r II evening: In Jacksonville While lilel, Trade tires NOW. Get Timeto

I FARM LOANS thfre, they* Circus.(3tieat attended. the HingtingBiother Goodyear tires with the is the best time

i-OI-NTT .I ( f.nnl:' Tf'rml.ow Interest( i famous diamond All-
MAISKfT'; : Am-llon ml ench Wmlnwnv.l I Sloe I of Mrs.!' Fletcher Burnett ] to b. i
f.p 1t..1 l by J. M
Jr. rii :3IDM. Live Oak Pla. 4. 1 ?ll( n.V W. MaiD BRYAN Street N. Sparta N. J. and Mrs XV cl| gives you skid-resistance for extra mileage give thanks (or all the good things we have enjoyed

Conway of Mohawk N.. J. Mrs. i

WANTED CialnMvllle. floridaEtfNIIS Cnnway left Saturday for Clenr- back right .left.. and forward all-direction and Tire started in during the past year. Chief among these is the patronageand

water where .
; / INDIA FOItMOSA! A7.A- :, she will visit r..I latlves
service while
Turpentine Lea-scM I JEAC-maii plant well rootml for several, days. She ws"ar"omrnnf..1 grip for better traction. good will of our many friends and customers in
I 7 wolllr .
Kill f'ir 17 50. in 'Inch road are cool
AI.SO BUY ....t..1 II.50 d..n. An I many!, by Mrs Tipton and They don't cost a penny

MILL YOUR TIM Brill I I I llardr InrKT' *.steel!R.trlotnn...h..d.I-In.r... \*.1.If.!, day Mrs P.tirnett who returned :?\I,n- more than 'rib tread *1:... total deliver anlleage.greater Starke and surrounding area. We will ever strive to

In Bulk or Unit FOrt 8AI.K: Le.. metal bhl.1".1; Mr*. T N. LlT.batiRh, of Lakeland will
h. r..m...ei1 Plnnhurnt. TourlitCourt. Buy now get continue to merit your confidence and trust, and
With or Without Land : K-y.'lono CM at f. '.attto I was the guest. this week of this bonus mlle-

WHITE or CALL TO,,ua..I.411t l.KTirm.: / ka.. rabIn with" 1'11-15\hath.KurnlHh .\| her Mr. and brother-in-law Mrs. H. L. Bruwnlee.and sister. agel appreciate your business in the future, just as we havein

..d. Newly dncoriitwil. Pine. Senator and Mrs Charley E. .. "
W. PARRISHPh. hr.t Tonrlnt Court. Phone 17-j
HIM Johns spent last Friday In Mae- the past.
R i.i tin
: I AW, ley, } ''ahl..l. SERVICE CENTER
III... P511-V ... ......... S ....1.. clenny where" they attended the ;
__ at ...11I...... u.? .......... Pine Tree Festival.

.. 1'.'_ H..... ......t..1 All kind.. of nuwlnir. Itpll 21 Miss Sharon Hall spent Monday State' Road 200 ( U.S. .101)() ) at South City Limit*
uOpti.s.* ."u.pn..Bl. .....rn. MleeHon. FOR HFNTrm. comfortably furn 'In Jacksonville visiting friends and ', C
low prlr... Qolrk. .rarlc aptirwijorn A. .!." ronvonln. attending the Ringllng Brothers S'ccher D. (; dman. Owner Stark. Florida! I
I'hon. "11. S'KS r 5SPPiI_ Pay- .. ..... Adnlt'. 'fr. f r Wynn __ .. .
Circus. I U --- -- --- ---'-- -----r: r- .u
< tt .
tons "". .ch. 644 Haltouirn. lid t IH ml. out E! Call Ht.



, ark, N. J., when ho came 'I ..'ll talk to "T. K." about 1 ItI were also enjoyed. Over a hundn'" I Alyce Crosby attended the football

through on his way down. Hegave when we go in and see him about persons attended. The Lie ptis t I week.Mr.. and Mra. M. 1.. Wullerann SUNNYBROOK [ game In Lake City Friday

FARMER'SDIARY FM'n I our payment for our S. C. 1 P. Church interior has had an attra- and Frederick Watterson will night and .were supper guests of
report on his Hon
UH a
practices. live new paint job. and In qui! '" liy Wanda 1-runny Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crosby.

t farm up In Timi's liver N. .T. for 5. mordern with pastel lime j'r..enwilli. ;: spend the Thanksgiving Holidays Mr and Mrs. Marcus Conner

the pnst summer Seems thnt they A number of large hawks we: !: .., white ceiling and tvoi;)! with relatives In Ft. Myers.! Floyd Crorby and Wanda Crosby
Tommie Martin and Lelia Young
Sam McGarvey: had l a drought up there thnt lasted around here last week, and .we got< woodwork. All work was done b)' Mrs. J. F. HoJscr and Mrs. Mar attended the ping at Fairbanks.

By r\:.1! days and the props burned a good shot at one but a .41 the members of the church. gie Colley of Jacksonville spent I of Floral City Mr. Andrews, A. Sunday afternoon.

The author will be Rbul to re- up And according. to Pop, it was I Fred S. Dodd, minister of trPhrlyllnn ., Sunday with Mrs. Ida WIllianiH. I iP. Rose of Intellachnn, and Mr Mr. and Mrs.\ William Crosby
shell would not bring It dow
: rive Items of Interest, concrrnhig I much hotter up there than it rAnd| Mrs. Warren Perkins or
1 'I Wished later that we'd used th(' Church, has again! b"en Mrs. Houser remained fur a visit were shopping In Gainesville re-
In and Mr. and Mrs.\
of farmer hero RO
the activities could\ huvo been" down 'I culled to fill the pulpit for 10.r(O. Starke were visiting
z al between towns .22 barrel of our Over-and-tTndi with her slater W. C. Ward and Sunday. cently.
Bradford County.) Huggratlonn may I(dry thnt tho roads Visitor from Alabama, and attending family
be left al the Telegraph shrank up and the funeral of .T. I*. \VII- Mr. and Mrs. P. ; Mary

to Sam Mc
+ fi Florida. I I you can't believe everything those I We've talked from time to tlm" Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. U. S. HM Osbourn, of Cerro Gordo, N. C.i Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and GIVES
II Yankees tell you. children and Betty Corln anddaughter
mss and family Pisgah, .
S. about having a fish pond on ollr were recent guests of the L.. A. FAST
'[ vines, butter beans,, Penrl Mlnton. Fabius. Alii. Eddie Faye were Visiting
i Is sweet potatoe
A new animal on the place visited place and after a very heavy recent Wynns. The Wynns and. Mr. and
A couple neighbors us and Mi. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns of
Mr Hawes
did and Mrs. Fred
always interesting at least at etc. Oddly enough though, enlhtinla/i-/ rain we have one. But It wnright ,' Mrs. S. Li. Kennedy of Keystone RELIEFwhen
recently Rot really hunter New River Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Johnnie Hawes ,
tomato plants that In one of our fields, and we the weekend at
it's a fine 3 n't harm some Pride U Heights spent
first. In this case tic about the way grow and
yule Ala. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly
spent a lot of time trying to g..t Stelnhatchee, also attended the COLD.
DurocSp..tt81)Poland ate still In the kitchen garden. ing. They RiiefHpd that he now
month old gilt ( I I Mr and Mrs. O. D. OilY and Robert and Wanda. and Mary MISERIES STRIKE.
rid of it. Drainage Is a very 1',11.1 rodeo at Newberry.! son
China cross) given to ua,I Don't know exactly how cold It i iI I weighs about II1'iO Ibi. which in problem here! Mrs. Mildred Nlckerson, of Dun \ .

Mom. We will raise it as a po when Alice went down pretty good considering the fact -
by did get, but a 5a ..llon were visitors here Sutur'
and inasmuch thAt he Is 7 months old and that
tenUal sow
to (the woods. to. fill the water I As Lily, our' fence-busUnq aow day. a'
with he Is mainly on pasture
Its dam is a good big sow 1
as trough for our cow, and mule, she Is perpetually hungry we thought .T. \V. Prlesler of Macclenny wa
think h.indful of scratch and
It in its last Utter we with 'only a
that pigs the little gilt will turn out found Ire there about 1-1 Inch some mineral' dally. Wonder what'' she might have worms so w the weekend guest of his win-in. Wonderful New

to be good start for a real hog thick. We do know that when he will weigh when he rpach ,wormed! her. Didn't do any god, low anti daughter:; Mr. nad Mrs ,

a milking that morning It was really next March? so far as we could see. She rn Gerald Adklna Sunday Mr. and ,rT
To show our appreclntlon his first birthday
enterprise. named coo). However some folks around I warded our solicitude by brexk. Mrs. K.: M, Prevail. of Staike' wet,!
to Mom, we promptly 11 "Stowaway"Stores
the Henrietta after her. here tell us It goes dnwn to Learned n lesvon in how to: Ing Into the kitchen garden, an,1 thfAdklnll' dinner guests.bars. i ,.

gilt a I 18-20 degrees once In awhile and raise chickens from one of our' now has another black mark. u. U. I,. Hlnson and (ImiyhtriRronda .
when that happens, then we'll gainst her. SliP the wel'kcndwith I
lot of carpenter workpainting Bradford County farmers. Visited spent 35 pounds
Did a I I
have something to talk about. a friends In Jacksonville. a' ,
and some paperhanging; his place end SAW that he had
last week. Jack of All Trades II Ing mash In front of his h"y'l I Got concerned when we rea Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn ot i I
DlHTOuraglng note on rats: just about the terrific Ions farm visited
I on Lake recently
the farmer. He has to be able to all times. Shuddered when we I of delicious
learned that one pair of healthy due to fire. Seems that 1
do just about everything.. cm the thought what It cost with the I if your Mr.\ and Mrs S. L. Kennedy at 'b
'rate can. .In.. theca genre time.___n. ha .. farmhouse gets on fire that oran Keystone Heights. Mrs. Seth ,
to but d -
and do it well or he has high cost of laying mash
place responsible for Ji.SO.OOO)9 do it will burn to the of MrsWynn .,
average Kennedy was the guest /
with: instead !
Trouble Sided to take his advice. So
do It over again. we'ro Food
ecendents. No wonder havIng 50 times j Frozen
the limited ground out of a hundred Wednesday of last we..k.Mr.
that kind of work now is that of pulling a
a job gelling rid of tho ones Then too insurance only cover! and Mrs. J. C. Davis," who
short. flock
of mash out for our
and everyday
short getting
days lire on our place. But wc"ro going to half the loss. So we're being care have resided for the pant year In I
to hustleto IncreiiHod It by four times
have we
"I', and you really get rid of them no matter how I ful.I the: L. A, Wynn cottage on the ; I right in ;
get any amount of work done before and It looks now as though !it will; your
long It takes. One thing Is sure, I lake, have purchased a homo In .
5 o'clock chores roll around pay off. For wn had been getting(
due to the fact thai all our feedU
Waldo, and moved there.
But we've made a good start on not only a few eggs a day. and we are I

fixing up one of the bedrooms losing kept feed.Yesterday In .steel drums we're now averaging 12-14 a day and HAMPTONBy Mrs. Don Hill spent lost weekIn pl. '

and .we'll have to keep at it In our getting more sloadlly. Guess It I. Jacksonville with relatives.Mr. International HarvesterREFRIGERATOR ;

pare time. I, had .almost an a case of where a limited amount Mr*. M. C. Sweeney and Mrs. Edw. U. Saxon ,
a we of feed just nerves to maintainthe have recently visited in Ocala.
'entire meal! of food. rained on our
That old demon front laid his animal or fowl but does not Recent guests of Mrs. Mamie
farm. Roast chicken. siring beans. ehool Play
last week other There I I. Head and Eugene Mead were Mr
Icy hands on our garden serve any purpose. .
white potatoes sweet potatoes, : The Junior Glee Club of Hampton
and did some damage to theabout a lot to the science of feeding and Mrs. Enos Skinner of Cocou,. t'R'kf&
milk butler and en-urn. As we 1 School presented a black fact :
animals and as we've said It has and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow '
gel: better oiganlzed;: and especially been definitely better for us to increase minstrel' last Friday night entitled' Hicks and family of HiunawlclvGa. Room to spare:. with spore room In your kitchen '
after we gel n big deepfreeze 'The Newsboys' and Bootblacks'Minstrel '
the feud In this )
tconhlnlt that live Show." Two hilarious !
we hope we can
e Noticed that the White Holland Mr. and Mrs. Emory Kpurkmur A Meal-planning worries are over foods you don't refrigerate-.nd the
what raise. skits between acts also
almost entirely on we were enoyed.
breed of chickens which we have. and small daughter, Elaine, anti : with lots of food tucked away in "Frigidrawer" stores 13Vi poundsof '
for Mrs
With a deepfreeze wo could J. T. Guy directed the .
has now. boon officially recognizedas .lisa Mlldii Brown. of Jacksonville of z your big new Super Deluxe IH meat and poultry.Plus 16. quo.l .
example, huvo delicious sweet play. with Mrs. Arch Thomas Jr.
a new breed by the poultrreedlng visited relatives here last 1 Refrigerator. The roomy "Stowfeee of shelf area for staples
corn the year round not to men In charge of music arrangements ,
> officials. We": can't report freezer locker But this amazing
away" compartment capacity
tion all cuts of pork and beef, and Birthday CelebrationMrs. .
all kinds of vegetables and fruits. I yet on how good they are aa they Carl Brown entertained ,;. ..-- 1M holds more than 35 pounds of is only out of She many good

a are just starting.. to lay now, bul with a surprise birthday party, r---r ':i iII < frozen: foods-two roomy Crispedstore reasons why the IH Refrigerator
for pullets tlJlllll they are very large eggs '" : more pecks
Alice's father (Pop) arrived and Friday night honoring her niece I III
and they are white eggs. Problrm ...- I,. ... TI crisp sod fresh vegetables you' oa make. Come in today and
is glad to get away from the trigId Doris Parker on her fifteenth ..
with them here in Florida la I I s. .'Y': t, \ xD sad fruits .the spacious Pucrylet: us tell you about the other :
New- .
north. It was snowing in birthday anniversary. Immedl- ..,."
hough, that people will not buy; I ilely. following the school play ::1 I Tr1 II 'e4.Y'kWw Bin holds more than IVi bushels of convenient features listed below.

white chickens for eating. Seem I tl ........'
... .
friends of Doris gathered at MI'lBrown's ........ tie a
they associate white chickens with .........".. at ;
home and were there to iG _
RelieveBronchitis I 6 New Features You're Sure to Want
u. HowTo -eghoiTH.. which are not of course ....., at -
sing "Happy Birthday", as she .... Oatil ,
chickens But White Hoi! ;: J.lly 11. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER
meaty Games'were ._. e.
nlercd. enjoyed, and ...
lands chicken which :: ,.... o 567
Automo1hle are a Hybrid in the written contests, prizes t,.._ 'C --------...Wa1R"YlUO- !. FREEZERS
grow big: 9 1-2 Ib. hens; 9 lb. .
I were won by U. C. Gray and Ed1'iircl -

Insurance became co"kll. and when people learn that Saxon A huge BirthdayJake1 -. '' > CreomuUionrelievM they are just as good and meaty; : ._ I
the seat of the trouble beautifully decorated '
it right to "
goes "
!laden as Reds we suppose lhey'11 start raced the dining table. An Ice
Charley E. Johns in help loosen and expel germ ; VACATION OEFHOn ID
them !
buying LISTEN
phlegm and aid nature to soothe and! overage: with delicious home '
heal raw, tender, inflamed( bronchial nado candy was served with ,' New.whites W Tlght-Wod" Unit v Nw"......" I

Agency membranes.Tell 'ouro.lrUlIl\io'\ Our 5-acra field of Sweet Blue IN CASE OF ".._"' Shrives. huh. 3-.C. WarrantnmewatuM. CwitralSltont .. ...,.. ....
mucous tho cake. Doris received many a- to I."...... ...,...II..IIJ. t.al.tIncIWlna"d.. .. reot mod.1. 11.1-ebio-r..t .
I'hoo" IS /8TAKKU.: "'Joe. \. la tell you a bottle of CreomuUion I.uplne is coming! up and we're< tractive gifts SICKNESSOK ,raid wor" wtiM "01JS. I_..... l.e..t.Phat".ed"r.e.i.r". Cram 551 _nolo Item 389..:.._nd
with the undemanding you must like hoping it will do well. We have i a ACCIDENT ..... tare bandy.. ,.,oboe carp ._'t \'ory my to.-. i of fowl. of

the way it quickly allay. the rough picture In our mind of a fine lush Voted Sponkrr! here '
or you are tn have your money b.ek.CREOMULSION. will be fine Gordon President of Save rime Servo Food; i
field'" of Lupine that Purely WHO
.. ... 1
for grazing .good. green cover, organic ospel. Volunteers of the World j Save Money,Save IVork i iB
ft.prauntlnf THE TRAVELER. Hartfor tor CoughsChest Colds Bronchirii material to turn under, and who Is spending his winter at Pays The Bills ? -j-II d t ro .
-- sn enormous number of nitrogen.: Park of the Pnlm.-i, Keystone I prepared with delldoM

f fixing nodules beneath the earth, Heights, wall tho Youth for,I For Hospital Protection food fight at you Engenip ..... IO.a I

which are Improving the earth for Christ speaker on Saturday evening Insure The Florida Mutual you woof Ie... ready to senr M a Jmoment's
f next year's planting/ of corn. Mr. Purdy has only recently Way! pl.ru,...... a V lai..... fAn I ........ c.--..' .TUhwMMvWws. Nn.Mn.tUM ...-.... ..
eye to the future. Don't know how other folks an returned to Florida, after spendIng LOCAL AGENT .tM ew .........1 1_b..w w., .). W MiUrt ,..wMllfy
around here, but we get our hopesup the spring and summer at .... .. Ohiw _II.,. _'lh.! c:.. elm err. t-.M ,
'" Woods. New York I RAYMOND w.tI a..._.. i I'alp' ,7.. ,Ii..of |C., MT+ta wtf shaft.'
high with everything we taco ; Camp O the G. P. II

kle, and then when It fizzles out 'hla local unit was Indeed prtviged I' O. Box 95
and doesn't amount to anything, : to have him here and Is
STAKKE FLA. Home & Auto SupplyI
f I we get downhearted. Hut before I coking forward to other visits.I Farm,

fS" long we get going on something la waa accompanied Saturday, Fla. Phone 26
Andrews Starke .
Jd L E. Br.wa else and once again we hope that by Bill Slahl, who gave a splendid I Guy

we'll be successful.: Know of mother trumpet solo, "Under His Wings",
1$ off to ,..d start k' business which requires so
yC- aaa Finn Supper! !
toward much sttck-lo-lt-tlvenosa as farm
epfotaTtfry Men of the Baptist Church gavea
Ing. Plant and tho seeds" don'tcome
4' .t f fish supper for the ladles and
career up or get washed out, or
children of the congregation on
burn up, or some doggone;: thing the, Church grounds, Saturday Back of this great trade-mark
happens and then you have to
kiYSgt. evening.;: All food was preparedand ,.'
start all over again. But when
cooked by the men, with the
crops grow good and you look
ladles, for once being on the receiving \
field there In MUll-
over a
Leslie E. Brown of HapevlUe, of earning while learning. To am- faction your in soul that rant end. Music and singing '
your you
his bilious men the U. S. Army ,
Georgia has received training young find othorv.Ise. ; :

under the Army's expert eye specialists oilers many fields for specializa .5. .
and haa qualified himself tion. The Army also offers good "r','
This) week after n Inng .periodof .-
for a career requiring the utmost pay, good living conditions retirement 0"r ,
lime, having Thanksgiving\ ,
and opportunities
LIke benefits,
accuracy and precision. many .
ner with Mom. and tho folks In ;
others he has realized the benefitsU. for unlimited advancement.SEE I
orsKiCKOFF .
.Jacksonville. Always think of turkey .

dinners and remember the ,

S. ARMY AND U. S. AIR FORCE RECRUITING SceVICF lour battle evcrytlmn ns a kid TIME .. h 4
w..n. nil of us wavffcl: : n "it-- -
POST OFFICE HUILIMNf.(; STAKKE. FI.A. click Mom solve! the problem .IT'S .

MONDAYS 9:00: A. SI. TO 12 NOON' w hen wo w'rr.ry young llomohmv

or other Rolling;: foulIilimsllcks ,I -a- PII

from one turkey. Now,
-- a
there's another gnu for the breeders ITT .

to work town rd. A turkey or *
i chicken with enough drumstick ,I pe. I

to: ,give:: each of tho children now all these EXTRA VALUES
I I II .

IJ1 teed recently that feedt In I I

urldn are much higher here than lit iTi i iSs I,

In other parts of the rntmtry.. I exclusively yours in Chevrolet at lowest costCheck
Wonder why? The author of the

article also. suggested that we <

farmers' In Florida raise more of

10111' own food, and that Is one

I piece of advice! we are going tn -Time for

: take. We're going to raise corn ,

I for example (mnybe) even win a EXTRA COMFORT

ld I prize doing itl) and with a lot of EXTRA SCENIC BEAUTY Check these f

r DEARBORN I that as a basic! food we'll\ nn'y A 'LUESbefore

Car + have to buy protein iple-nents EXTRA CONVENIENCE

REVERSIBLE md mlnrrnls. You certainly ra..trnl.1" you decide

stork here, in any number, 19 GREYHOUNDThe riSHM BODY FISHM UNISTUL S-INCH WKW-SASI RIMS, aR1'I-SAft

with If you have lo buy feed inters: yo-i on any car LUXURY BODY CONSTRUCTION plus LOW-PUSSUU TIKIS HTMLAUUCIXTKA IIIIA.-s

sh and Harrow mvo a special reserved seat n- hit! games are coming up STYLING AND

Bog waiting you In the poor houseSpenkmg -.ml you want lo be Ihnre. ,.
t I Sure yoa do- nd yon ran .0
..nily and economically *ui
of things going. ( wrong CHk.YHOUNl Fall |>nrU. .
'41 K.th..httKa for real 1 tough dicing for with plantings,:: we had n nice b* Iof I I plenty:! of outdoor thrill. -- .: JJ:!'.

discing cover crops, clear- healthy young cnbhnplant t hunting,nulling. .hiiung. Oen', 'w r rm
which comlnn Monn nlccl deny yourself ibrna plruauro. r. \\
s Wversiblc so the notched, were / I "" ?(
__ _. "
I ..
"' Plan trip Crryhoniul
( c1
four .
1"" dirt out or in. Then one dark night, some ._ U
..ow all the EXTKAS-.ml..
I I- .. footed fK."t'Ot/ In tho kitchen gal : yon -..... "
..can make ditches by tilting all but thrm. JUt
1 den and ruined i EXTRA SAVINCS TOO!
I ,Mdle: or tilt up the middle for uhbli-d, off the tops nf the y un-: ICONOMICAL CURVIO WINDSHIELD WORLD'S CHAMPIONVAlVfINMCAD CINTIRLONGIR, HIAVIU,

Can be attached to Ford Tractor in one seedling, that's all.V dusted I MIAMI 6.55 with I POINT with

minute, lifted and lowered by Ford the plants with 9 percent DDT New York . 17.60 TO OWN. OrOATI INGINI STOXINO WIDIR TRIAD

!lljdraullc Touch Control. Blade are md It has prevented any further LAKELAND 3.00 AND MAINTAIN PANORAMIC VISIBILITY

clear of ground for road travel turning damage, but they certainly won't CHICAGO: . 17.95

__ and backing into corner A great be nearly as good again as they ORLANDO 2.65GREYHOUND ; TORODE CHEVROLET CO.PHONE

time and work saver! See it! were. .
.5. Plug,..,.,.,r..

I Jelling/ near time to order fruit BUS STATION 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT STREETSlAOR

DIXIE I EQUIPMENT 1 Inc.I rees. Were going to have an orchard Temple Avr. Starke Ph. 1I7J
and try to raise all thettund

thing. that you can raise

U3 W. Main St.. South .-fa5n-:--Hvill---!. Fla.- here III Bradford County Oueraa i *(tHEVROI.Er-LOW.fST
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= ........ .,fa. required. by the hoard. minor chili Bradford County
to (trrvlf ( nradfold f **tr

'Old Time' Revival I I Church Of Christ .I Sunday.Miss Mildred Mann was In I'Va 1..111.1..,le. Peel.I. Cus.'fry.flHlntiff. vs (form returned Hid must to II.b*P.signed..Morgan sealed. Huperlnlendent and.I I Tulearapft In next four snail weekly hand publish issue and thiS official Or4i'

I- I V. I:. Jones MinisterBible Ca. No 7414tppearT tit Iubll In4truollon, ltni my
Gainesville on business Saturda) Feel Defendant ..al at BlaiK*. Florida Ibis No..
Begins Sunday At i'Nih-stis.. ..... %.uire CS I I to..k.,. Vlorlda. by 10'Oft am. Mon- .
... day l>*retnbtr ft. ",.. The. ."''''''*- I. 1545.tuFVlCIAL
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. i !writs: of riOHIIIt
iMrdy nn
10 tiRAL) A. Tboma.te *
m.I *
a .
Salvation Army School\ ........ 'm...1. Whn.S uld.n. I. ful bidder will b* notified within
I I Morning, Worship 11 o'cloc ,two daughters of Starke vialt..dI General tellv ry. Drang. TiFXaat : I I. day. aftr. the bid loa v.- been By Haven "froaby Clerk, f>.of O.ald Court,
I Sun .... ,."" It* appear$ OnI.c.mb.r ubralttrd
Mr. and Mrs ar .qu
with the Lloyd Barry : hubert II Duncan. L.yncl BulldlasiJa4konvlll
Sunday Nov. 27. ald .ubject'hat: i 18 wrong above bid forms for .ubmltllnir
Beginning I 11th. t>4*. In the The necessary ... Florida,
running through Dec 11, ther Church". I day.Mr. i named Court and raua, .. whervtnplaintiff : tiroponal .may b* secured I Atty for I'If. lt- 4 t HIm -!
seeks dlvorr* ttraitfordBounty by writing to th Superintendentof _
I will be a real old-limn revival I Lord's Supper 12 noon and Mrs. T. W Markey and'I ( Teleirra hAll publish this; Public In."ueUun. 1'-) Ho* 4011. Hei F..lat. ml .5. T. lItl... !>*>
meeting at the Salvation Arm Young People' Bible Class 8:3G: Mrs. Pitt Baxter visited relative I Order In nat four wekly 1..u..1, Mtark. Florida or by callinir Inperson .....-.
I WltneHa my hand and official seal at such offlc In the county I! NotlcA la hereby itlven. that the
(*-""p on Bedford Lake betwecStark pm. In Jacksonville\ Sunday. 1 at ......k.. Klondit' thla ;November > uurtnuuve, underxlicnd. on the 34th day ofHeptember.

ChurchWhy I and Keystone lieiKhts. | Evangelistic Service 7 p. m. Jlmmle Hazen of Starke vlslte ,, 14. "n.Il'F"'III.. I No hid other. than a pealed bid A I). lt<1. filed a Final
Baptist ; Methodist Church I .". S. .'L) A. J Thomas, will b. ."..p.abl. and only pro-I I Aeconntln of Ita Admlnlatrxvtlon of
The services will be ciwducteeach subject: "Short Bed andI'lArrow relatives here last weekend A. Clerk. of said Court poule l >ut>mltt.d on bid form fiirnmhed the ICntat of N. T Hitch d.ca.*...
He.ll?" sermon subjectfor "Can I Actually Know God*' ;'I evening at 8 o'clurk by Rei" I Covering". i We are sorry to report that fly Ally haven. for Plf r-roaby, 1>. C 11-" 4t llK -'I by the. County Hoard will b.eonsid.r'd. .,! and after Notice publication la further of thla prlvan notice that.

Sunday night 7:30: o'clock at will be the sermon subject for the B. }o1. )'f. Fahl of Greenville $. C The Church Is on the move. Ware Harry Bennett Is a patient In A. The Hoard reserves th. rl I.kt to one *AL'h week for four .on..ull.
.Brother Fjhl comes In us high) 1laChua wlsi .. ec.l4 c..rt. R".f..11 (.a.Cp. reject any or all bid. w*.kx.. application will b* mad tu>
Church. Is God We
the First Baptist contemplating an add) County Hospital .. .. ,.. I .
11 o'clock hour Sunday morning. I now lor Ma I In 4 fc < r Board of lublie Instruction the Honorable K K Perryma
too good" to send one to hell* erommrndcd as a man whor tion to our building that we may him a speedy recovery. Otis H I"ullly.n. IMalntirr v... C.lhirln Kradford. County. Florida.H ,I County Juds of Bradford County
there such Hear Can I experience Him, talk to God Is usInK! to point men to Mm Sullivan lwfndant ( ... No Morgan, 8.criary. Florldo, for the approval of saul:
is a class and of Raiford visit
Why have adequate rooms I John Mott T4I1.Ordrr. I It-It t\ accounting; and for Final IXarhAraa
T.ev. Haines Sunday night If any Him live with Him In co.isciou self W. consider It R real prlvi also enlarge our auditorium. It relatives here Sunday. .( ...."...... ..< 1..l... .. of the un i"ralnned aa Kxvcutor of

doubts about "\Vby Hell". Youth ,i fellowship? Is such mysticism li'Ke to be able to obtain his sri .I will be 43 by 15. and will cost around I Rev. John D.: Crosby held aervices ,.Cpp.sr.'.,h.rln. .Tr53 Sullivan Sty who.Sl.oaiie. ...''d.n......, 5.ire.ie.1..111., ...C 4.fc..rt....Bradford... c..r. sid TIM estate.ttlaatle %'latteaal _... ..
\lces and to work with him h..reIn I Jr. -..._....... Kxerutor of .h.
choir will sing directed by Mrs ? $7.000.Everyone I U rar CAra'l luiloy. 470 Mtono VllJalu l-itrker. rtalntlff. vs. Ja< a*
practical These are Important here at the Baptist Churc1
of our Lord Jt"tlUIi wall Street AiUnta. flearsie:: Kmma R. l-arkr. h.t.u5fl. Ca>* Lest V% lit and Testament and
Mona Canova and the Happy vineyard t k has inviiatiou to I and dinner of Mr. au! to onrx No. 7404 (-,,diriis thereto of N T. lUteh,
for to consider.! an was guest You ar. required appear
Hour of song will be led bv the I you Christ. >e.mb.r 1II1h. |">. In th. above 4>..... .f P.kllr..... ..11 ..lie. .. lH>ca.*d. By Your vision is not circumscribed !(attend the services<< of the Churcof Mrs. O. \V. Barry Sunday.LAWTEY. n"md Court and cause, wh.rln te... !TTK' OK "..Oltl'" tlKmma \' and Trust Olflcr
Piano-organ-duo. of Mrs. Morse i I We would like tn take this of- Christ. If you do not know plaintiff .nvekil divorce. flrndfordfounty K Parker. who. residenceI. 11-4 41 ll-li
and Mrs. Mann when requests are by the range of your eye. Your i port unity to give you a must ('or. "laraph publish thl I I. unknown. _
I hearing; la not limited by tae physical [what this Church Is. then you Order I: nitt u'.h; wnvklv li ntiit You are required to appear on In (Irealt C..... Bradford. Cmmmtr
dial InvitatIon\ to come and be should attend at least one servicto witness. IYIV hand and official real| fmber tlth It.,. in the above Florida. .. 4 ......,.
sung.Two G"aS..rvlcPB, ear. Your feeling Is not con ,with UK.. aa we are sure hal has at Sl"rk.. Florida thIs Novemb.rII. named Court and cause. wherein Orar. Allen Koa..., PlaIntiff ..*.
Sunday fined to Personality find out. mmembcr, we have tSCS pUlnllff seeks dlvorre' ItndfordCounty i Homer Marvin. lto er.. Defendant
It to your finger tips many blessings) In store for yoi but J Thomas Tee! -r.ph .hall publish ('... No Tell
morning-make possible accommodate -I no creed but Christ no book (OFFICIAL RK\L) A .
crowds goes beyond the physical "So come and be with us and he!., L. II. ruled A. Olrrk of paid Court. Order In next four wkly I...ht.1 Order .f r..llr.. .. a4 N..lr. ,.
the worshipping -, .I the Bible no music but scrtptulial. Rv haven Crn.h n 1"* \\ltnenn. my hand and offic-lal' **mmr, "T'T.: 5)F l"l.OHIOA 4.t
each week. The message by senses. I II us". 2 Cor. 6:1.: t no plea but the Gospel no Jonrph K. Hklpprr 2it flr h mItuiUllnic real 1 lit Hlark. Florida this November -' Homer Marvin fins-era, who. ......
The sermon subject for 7:30: -Envoy W P thirdePresbyterian 1i Mrs Catherine Teare was a bu' 5 Jack son V I iii', Vlonda. R. 1545.IUFICIAI.. dentla, car. Hubert Rover Kraft
the Pastor at hte first service aim but the salvation of lost soulCATHOLIC ". Aity Cur Plf II." 4% 1Jt"l -' .. 8KAI.) J. Thomas, Pulp Mill. Mac-on Oeorvla-
will be "David the Man AfterGod' I Sunday evening will be "Living I mess visitor to Gainesville Thursday A. ('lerk nt.said Court. You are required to appear on
I,Today For Tomorrow". This gives I ,I of last week. is $.eiI ( ser4.Hw.d.r.. {'...I,. Hy Haven ('rosby D. C. rvee. S. I".'. In the shove nam..ICourt .
Heart" with the youth chorus Church ('lIl'M1'Sunday ..rl I us a sense of kinship with the past Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cook wet'business divorce, full custody
singing and Mrs. Mona Ca May 9:13: a sri. ( lUbhiit Plaintiff vii care mi
and the future.If Kr..nk Itnbbllt I>rf.nd.nt. Can* !. < .....lt (-...;;. nradf.rd' C....,.. control of minor child support
nova organist.The :Morning Worship iron: tilocliThe I Sunday School 11 am. I visitors to Jacksonville Nn 7414 ..1..1..., is ......,.. money" "'r. Bradford
the you have not been attending sermon will be given' by th. Week Day Mass 8:30 a m last Thursday. Order .f f-..illr.II.. ..4 1.tlefv .. KIKnbeth A. h..har". TUIntlff v... County Telea-rxph shall publIsh thla
second service wil have
\ .... "'rsre: OK rIOHIIIt fmKritnk Fred U llk-h rdn. Defendant. C... Order In next four wkly i nna
Adult Choir bringing the musicdlrMt..d Sunday School regularly now Is'I Rev .T. Howard Douglas the I I Rev and Mrs. Winter Gidding HubMtt w hnn. r..I".n".IInd .No T59 wItness mv hand and official
Mrs. Lucile Green a good time to begin. There Is a' First Presbyterian. Church of Clil dayBible Study t is every Wednesday were visiting Rev. Giddings' pa : ad.lr.'a !I. If* Aiihton Avvnuv lou Order *f _l>llr.4l.. A ".11.* 4* peal nt Htark. Florida' this Nov
by den New Jersey: *.re ,.. 'T'TK Or "..ORII> \ tlKred 1 144
with the message by the Pastor ,, class tor you. See you In Sunday ton Heights; Pa. Doctor Dougla at 7M3AIRPARK: lenta in Jacksonville last Frida; You are required' to iipprAr onI'.mb.r I* fltrhMrd, who** reitldenc (OFFICIAL SE...> A. 1. Thomas
School at 9:45: : Sunday morning I I Is the Permanent Clerk of the evening. |I'lh. 144, In lh. abo\.* nil d.trrim I" 14 l>|emi.nl StreetorcheHter. ". Clerk of Bald Court.Wy .
the last In the series on the I Haven Proehv. n C.
I, named Court and catifiv.. wherein \\ MANiiarhuKrttYou *:
"Friends of Jesus", "Judas". Also You are Invited to worship with j'Philadelphia Prcsbytary and I I.' :MISSIONARYB Mr. and Mrs. J. W Thomas wer" plaintiff ....k. divorce, and on*. ar. required to appear on Hohert H Xkuncan. t.ynch BulMinir.Jarkaonvllle .
us. several weeks. in Florida. B.\ CUfRCII Cody and control of minor chtldItrndforil .. Pee t. l4>. I In Ih. abot. named Florida
Sunday School meets at 9:45: with spending I hopping in Jacksonville last Monday County TrleicrHph *hallpiihlliih Court. and ..au.., wherein plaintiff Ally. for I'lf 11-4\ It 11-tS
a full staff of more than 80 teacher During his stay in Starke he wil I Sunday School 10:00: ..m. thin" Order In next four .....k. dlvori'.. Hrndford County _
.. ..,.. .
.... rlrexilt c; Bradford tie..ey.P'Sm'Cst
i T.I. shall publih this Order
a". officers to teach the more St. Mark' EpiscopalRev. I be the guest of Mr. and Mn Morning Worship 11:13: a.mEevnlng I| Miss Barbara Moore, who( Is employed weekly Itnenn. I iMMUtN.mv hand and official, seal, In next four weekly. l t.*un. Iii (.It...'..,.

CaD 300 average attendance each B. E. Simmon! B.D., VI.'ar I Kaufn..,". Service 7:.30 p.m. In Jacksonville. spent the at trkr "Florida thin. November Witness. mr hand ant official Hlrha-d ('!" real at Vtark, Florida. this Nov. vw Slur" tue Hpencer.
Sunday. Training Unions gatherat I! Sunday School O-l.l: A.M. Op..n.Ing Prayer Meeting each Thursday; !weekend here with her parent. (IS. 1C45OFFICIAl.* BRAI. A. J ThomaS t. illS .. N.. uot
Nov. 24. Thanksgiving (OFFICIAL !SKAt.! ) A. J Thnmaa.An Order *f PwfclleatUm A.4 W..te* T.
Thursday. wilb Mid
6:15: with Unions for each age I exercises" In the Chapel 7:30: p.m..R'v. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore A. 'lerk. D of C.. Court Clerk nf Mid Court. <* ear. .t.I..f S'lset4s) Yet
Haven ('r"
group for "training in church Day. 9am. Holy Communion <* led bv Miss F.velyn Stump. after -. L. G. Hemingway Pastor Mr and Mra. Marvin Rosier of T Hy Prank l-flndrum.. noy "'8tark.. Florida' Hy Haven Croaby D. C. Mary Hue Sharer| whose. realdeac
membership". I! ; 10 a.m. Union Thanksgiving which the Friendship Cla. All)'. for rif II-IH 4t I:-' T Frank indruni, tltark' *. FloristsAlly. la Mnrrell'a Inlet. Hmith E'eninsYou '
Starke were visiting relatives In for Pit. 11-4 4t iizSI. are required to appear enperemher
Mid-week service is still the Service. Ministers of the Daptlst.I for Men and Women will retire tu ChURCh OK "E. I'S CHRIST r n... FOR mn 5'". 141. In the al .,....
popular hour of the work week I I Christian. Epl copal. Methodist the Church Come and hen OF LATTER DAY SAINTS! Lawtey last Sunday. Seated bI.,.. will b.. rei-rlved by. rire.lt. r*.... Bradr.,* ( ....1... named Court and cause. wherlnnlalntlff
..1..1. In < kaarery.lj aeeka
H B. Arwood was called to Cir the Hoard of Public In..ru"llon ofu.dfnrd *
with the message by the pastor and Presbyterian Churches participating Charles' M. Turney our t..a..h..r.II..ad The Church of Jesus Christ o' ) roimtv. Flnrldn. for 555olin. >nnlt> Plush Ilenedlrt, rialntltT vs. County Teleirraph shall piibllah tlOr .
and testimony by any so led. The The Rev Homer Swin- us In the dIscussion. of the vital Later Day Saints will hold Sun mlngham. Ala..last week to bot .. snotuCoil, lubrlranli and blh.r larry.. U.| ...r-e lnedlcl, I"'f.nll..nc. .4r In nest four hand weekly and' officIal 1I IMU**..
<'a No T dall The public Is cordially God. with Mrs Arwood who had an au petroleum prodtiot for u. In piihIfoly ....... .I ....... this Nov
Sweetest Hour of the Week each preacher. tiutlis of the word of day school In the usa builiimf ownev school hun. opernted Order mt rvklleall. aad trvrmr. eal' at Ml Florida
invited to attend. I o'ckxl kIn to accident WhIte visiting rela Cnunlv Hoard and fuel oil \ rTr OK CLOMIIIl <.iI I >. 1141lOFlclt'IAL
Wednesday at 7:30: Is enjoyed by Junior Fellowship at 6 Avenue Sunday by th ...
Tllo. .
on Temple every .. Mt-hnoli Chat ..irrv fleorv IVnedirt: whose rex SKAI.: ) A. J. *
tives In Alabama. At last ami kerosene fnr u by
between 80 and 100 regularly.To Friday Nov. 23, 8 p.m. 25th the Chapel. Mrs. Hums .an! at 10 a.m. A cordial report r"IIlr., this UN* of such. fuels for Idemla unknown A a Clerk of salt ("tirt

these and all services the I Anniversary Service In honor of Mrs Hrn-vn were our KI'Aclmlll Is extended to all.rovr.RF.o. ; Mra. Arwood's condition wai. hitntlnir puirlunare. 11101.l are fir suhnsuunilil.i. Yon. 5. aee laSS.rwnulred In. the to.ahivv appear mimed onI.o. iw John Haven f llrnderwcin.Crtiabv D Fl c. Tltehardaon .
ti needed to
'he Rt. Rev. Frank A. Juhan D. and InVitation. much Improved and they ale cxpected will -. .. '. Jacknonvllle, Flurlda.Ally .
visitor In the Community and the hoMeise* t h..t Sunday evening I meet She r.,1ueIren.uuu.| of the county < >i rt and .u. wherein' plaint!" lie.
one without a church home Is D., Bishop of Florida. at St.John's Mm Kaufman. our Sponger lelit > .-\ I home soon.Among from th* ,lNt. of the award. ..f seeks .dlvorr .A full cnre of vald ,I for rif 11-4 4t llliALVAREZ'
rnntrart to th. puct-ewef bidder to I ..
Invited to join with the members Church, Jacksonville. Public In free discussion of the meanIng M miOUIST nn'RCIlI those attending the Wll- Jim tl>. IH'.Oltld .
Invited. I' Hams Funeral In Hampton lasl ..... are rqui.st.eI to milimlt !
of the First Baptist Church. of Thankngtving.AnnoumementH s"n.ce. evprv fTrst and third I ..olln In lank n
Sunday. Nov. 27, 9.45: Church I for this week. ,I Saturday night Sunday morning Saturday were Mrs. G.V.. Ro rise hid for rnoaoltleM f..rnl..hll1C with iea an *altvinnt 111111 ti STORE E lt iisth:4:; ] I

CHURCH: OF COD School. Classes for all ages nunjaery Piny Pniwtizse for the Candle Ugh'rhrUtms end Sunday night. 11 am. andS I I berts. Mrs Paul Dmkins, Mrs\ A. of propomti lono In iiallonii supply.... h.aaoiln-4ither product IoU- :
through junior high. 11 am.i Service Tuesdayevening. H Harley Mrs. Effle Miner. Mr.. .
Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor on : pm at Congregational loetho'ldls to b* i,ur< h"**d and delivered
8th .& St. ClaIr SU. Morning Prayer and Sermon by 7 to 8 P.M. Senior Choii' Church on Brownlee Road.- 'I Will Edwards. Mrs. T L. Wain -

Sunday School 10 a.m. :lev S. W. Creasey. 6 p.m., Youth ,; Rehearsal on Thursday ptenlnffrnm ( Rev. Ernest Griffls, pastor. wrlght Mrs. H. C. Kelly, Mrs "

Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Fellowship at Presbyterian 7 t.> 8. You arein\lted to attend I Joyce Futch and Benton Futch I I

Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m Church, | the Union Thank* lviiig See I'ENTECXST\L HOLINESS: The entire Community was LUXURIOUS \\

Y P. E Sea vice Tuesday 7:30: p.m. The church Is open dally for vice In the Saint Mark's Episcopal grieved to learn of the death ol ArL 1

Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. 1 prayer and meditation. I I II Church on Thurwliy morn 10th St. and Temple Ave. Mrs Ed Durban father Mr Williams '
Mom- I I
43 ///I
School 9
I Ing from 10 to 11 o'clotk Sunday a. m.; In Hampton last week. '

"Ke thankful. niul enter Hill Ing Worship 11 a. m; EvangellB' Mrs Effie Howe of Miami '

Courts with Praise" Pastor \ tic welcomes Services 7.00 p. m. Everyone I II daughter Mrs. Carrie Shlppe an.I'1 ol, i! !:.f 1'I''ll'lh' at REDHOTPRICES

SERMON: SUNDAY NICHT: John \\arrin Kaufman. Jacksonville were recent vlsitoii '

C.\RI OK Til.INKS:'\ of Mrs. Catherine Teare

"MAN OVERBOARD! At The TabernacleA I I wish to express my appreciation Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and I \ f

for all the kindnesses extend' son Kenneth of Jacksonville<< amMrs. i -

Hy I'astor Hob Cray: at 7:30:: p. m. : day.. nf Thanksgiving! In whirl Godand I ed to me during the recent deathof M.! B. Plummer of Miami
Patriotism, Thanksgiving to( -
Simmons. visitors -
I mv husband. Lacy were weekend of Mr Shu- -

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton ..rrl.hAHi7..d.Prayer was for the obwrved Nation at wen th! :: : : : : : : ;:' lord Shuford parents Mr and \Mrs Jour Why spend a fortune keeping warm this winter when Army Camp
Tabernacle Siip l ; Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Truelt and i
mi-sKige. wall brought by CSordort at lesa-than-factoru prices?
son Jerry of Jacksonville were equipment
all in Bible School I Iet'erll of Park-of-lhe-Palms.
Classes for
our .
ages By h. Mae Lew. visiting Mrs. Truett's alster Mrs, ER \ \

Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. i' I Presl'lent the World of! and Gospel was Voluntceriof the thrillIng J. M. Browning last Sunday. In tin SOL EO fORE

story of Elijah: VII the Syrau lI I Mr. and Mrs A B. Crosby and afternoon the Truetts and thBrownings <. PROBLEM .
I Ir. prob'em.yOUR
IJ.T.U MEETS 6:30 SUNDAY NICIIT( were visiting friend "EA1\N1,1\
Army found In 2 Kings 8H-2:1.: : Mr. and Mrs R. M. Gainey and ? seating 10
In CainesVlle you heater
r The long s< TVlr was directed bjMr children of Jacksonville visited relatives W"ate"ef high0u iput 4JOI-
.1.1I Mr. and Mrs. L. H Futch Were. \S a only four
I'urdy's co-worker. Bill Stah here Saturday. I here It for Moden' .
=___ --- lof Provldi-nce, R I. I Mrs Johnny Outlaw and daughter -, visiting' relatives In Brooker last t tais cafe ? I". c.n", .

I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke The evening service hour wa of Hague visited Mr. and Mrs Sunday flS41195 tall and ''' :lti e cast.on! roo"sI con.

in the form of a Thanksgiving and T. S. Mann Saturday 1 I Miss Iris Smith of Jacksonvillewas eSigfl. heats s''" with:
n..,. I>wU U. habit, Puttor patriotic Program in which 11 I Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shaw of LaCrosse visiting her parents Mr and 0 struCion' ; coal t Lined

... .-" .. .-.. members of the congregation participated I visited Mr. and Mrs. '1'. S.j I Mrs J. J. Smith last Saturday' !,I I $2 5 burnnliv. ;xrI clay tO retain heat.

"Ia The Heart of Town And la The Hearts Reading; solos duets. ,. Mann Saturday afternoon.Mr. and Sunday. I i to SeU toe twO-i"ch fire d 5thfull. u" .
music and Mrs. O R Gano and Iade .teady ahOf"'es.. "oreS.I
of The People"' And instrumental were I i for titltift
--- I'n-nrlTed The building WAIt appro- ,son Roy visited Mr. and Mrs. n'l I' '- Ideal 'Nt eJC.tfa space
: ; decorated with M>tteilplnntH F. Gano last weekend I WOOD camPs Of heat'
; Church For AH People prlxtely | fishing present
A Southern Ituptlit ,
.. ---_.--- i: nit fl'iwor' A",..rl'a.1 Miss Eliza Dukes of Dukes I I..i' I K\NDL\NG\ \ not served b YOU'LL y0t HAVE 'tO

Plagn. Indian ptatuary. and HarKrst -. I visiting friends and relatives herd WELDING SilStV" ONE!
Happy Hour %:srt I; 'jRpICKUP 1"8 'THIS%
\\'or..hl.-OU FOR
h..v.1the latter bring for a few days
( ( 1 .i'OAL HURR ,
Sunday Sfltool 9:Ii: Training Union-813Midweek : I, I Ihe art h'Ii" arrangement of Mra' Mr. and Mrs S. M Molt and _:4 rt&Ifi. f CA HOLD!

Snl WrdneMluj. 8:00: t'. M. ,I.J. F. Stewart) all carrying out Miss Mary Molt visited relativesIn I Lenox Hot-Air Furnaces

__________._ .. Lh. Pilgrim, Itlua..of First Thanks Gainesville Sunday. ;
: joO 7 .
SERVICES; giving.The:. Mr. and Mrs R. K. Dukes and : 545.00
'. I Youth Meeting; aaturd) children of Dukes visited relative .- WOOD since bl...."..* b'..... .
Klr..t !Srrtlca" 0:13 ,\. M..I "After 00.. Heart" : vigip.ACt 1.._. and
night/ took on the ThankiglvineSpiilt ; ( here Sunday. FlNt .. .11' rurawse ", Ir,. ,elD*' ,olaca&
Regular Hervlre' I .\. M.I "Judo. 'Alto* I In a Program in which "Tom Mrs G. E. Me Oauley of .Palat I $-4S rs.h. Origin! eat .' these .*..

Kvenlng: Happy Hour, 7:30: : "Why HellVisit ?" rii'kev" I..u"'ht a mighty I..onI'N.n I I'ka spent the latter part of lat I We offer the people' of Starke Un ever fit*.

I' .. 'v the Flibl through aid Th week wfth Mrs Roy Green duo ,

The Church With The Vl"ltlng ....tor" Bible Quiz was n Thanksgiving( to Illnesa. and tlHnitjr one of the moat RADIATORS BLOWERS

I .A''ro..1''I' After the meeting the I We are glad to report that Mis

'hlldren: had a wonderful time in Hrlen Barry returned home Friday modern. and finest equipped Assorted III.... I $32.00

I the School'. Annex asnenrbllnK' I from Alachua Countylloapllal I $19.75 ,.
welding\ .shops anywhere. CMl
ov" Since the older folk Joinedhe where rho tins been a patientfor Below manaUrlurtr'i Si.iraI-eaqI Cips lists

fun it Wall hard to tell whicn I the past two "" ....kll. She Is improving I All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S k.w1a' $45 t 5 vales'.

Build it with >ire enjoyed It moat fallt.Malcolm .
Mr. and Mra J. M Hippie' of I ,wls and Claud Cron- I BOILERS
Uorrlstown, N. J.. guests; at Park. by went to Cedar Keys Hundny. 1 and Hot Water

,,f-the-Palms. were "welcomedack O. n Hale and son, Molette anti] MACHINE SHOP .iii'r'Sleam oo m AI VI4IVI: 4I7 low p1III. uk ror I....

> Sunday, after their .ummn' Mrs. Willie Scarborough of Wor- I OFF

In the north. thlnglon Springs;' visited Mm. I Temple A'''. Htarke PIPE-OVER' 50/o
R. J. Gomes filled the Pulpit of i Mary L. Green Saturday after I'

the Pine Level Baptist\! Chul'cn'' noon. Mm Scarborough remained .. Half Price.. and Less!

Sunday morningChristian r for a few day visit. I = -- = 'I All Pipe Fittings
Mr. and Mrs Roy Allen and I

,ihildren of Jacksonville. vIsited
ChurchYou I, Mr. and Mra Everett Padgett and EXTRA PLUM BING

will always find a welcomet I i l
the friendly church In tho i, Mr. end Mrs. Harry Hleandale
This ,, und daughter! of Gainesville visited WIIILE-U-WAIT Shower
cart of town. past Sunday TOILETS
had Rih'o, Schooln II. C Blcandalc and chlldreiPHOXE IRON PIPE
le largest I Head' /
y..""'. !Many\ visitors from out I IJ i".") I CIt on. Sloan China Va'he

or' state. There are clauses for ail II ::3c ,.. ... ft. 29c Set.., I....

gas and all groups with quiilifledearhera 218 New Low Prices! 9Bc 510.50

who know and love the I : __ __ ___ __ __ __ _ __ _ -_ .-_-
ruth of Coils Word and tench It. "
- I FARROWING HOUSE !ffort to b* In our Uihl, School. l (:Men) f '

: his Sunday at 10 am.4 I Fin h.mn ...n.lr....... frm selected' f'amp MUndlncBelldln
I for better pork production Morning Worship 11 a rn., sub- half Sole' (., .lle4 '., auxlmam "beauty ml lun'Ibl.* MATERIALS'

I; eel: "A Crown for the Faithful"Itie hleUU e 't. AT 3
Lord' Supper at 11:14.: (Women') EQUALLY

For con en;.*ce, .fficeIlCY; ; on BLOCKS. It will proves diy worm qu.rt.n amiit S $395 $1725 PRICES
.f CONCKETE .lubject1: "Why Am Not Ashamed ,.
: to, V kept 'ree frees P",."1TK.,. sili. W fit 1"00410. 01> the Gospel". (j) Indies Liftfl 25
for Complete dot.IL! W. delor; : Christian Endeavor 8.30: p. m.
Phoei, .
: tee rdr *ni plane
VII young people Invited to attend. SHOES SHINED
> A.M. to 5 FM. Daily
.. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday MOVE! Open
FLOWERSFOR Clos d Sunr'ays
cOMcauILocn.lllcn'loUlS at 7:30: p.m. Meet with u.. wont AT -
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...ck MAO.MOID COMCMTI AMD CtMfMT Calling all children to meet at STARKESHOE Cost Housing!
: REAL Low I
I I [ he church on Friday at 3.3O p.m. DISH GARDENS Leaders In I

uuti for Children's Hour Plans are be-
; _; IIEfTS ALL A. S.T." SPECIFICATiOn ng made for. the Christmas' pro- POTTERY

I __ gram. If you would like for your POTTED PLANTS REPAIR I WRECKING CORP.Mr.iti.AMHM.

BiiildiiitiSupply Inc. child to have a part on the pro- ARMY CAMP

Aiuiis ram.; Bee that they are present FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
lien. M. F. Hudson Proprietor I-HONK

1036-1018 W. Main St. SouthGAINES'V Homer Swindall. Minister ( .\ ., n A. v i- *>,
Acre*, !u onn Park
Noaa St Stark.
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\ Circuit Court Valentine motion, and Ernest of counsel Cole Ennla.the holding State vs.means Clinton of support Benson, break- I Cleansers Whitewash Electronics 3 To 1 ; Mrs. Alice E. Osteen Tax Discount NowTaxp..yer
" ITpon {for
TV* Resume Dec. 12 State a nolle prosequl was enteredIn ing and entering ii Dinkins Standards Victors Over Rec. 3 Buried In SebringMrs.
each. of the following cases: In each of these cases In whicha were reminded yes
Ountinned from page JSlteaUx > noun prosequl was entered the After the third .week of bowlingat \\'Ashl.tprla was, In football terms"up" terday by Tax Collector J. It.
Carmichael, larceny Alice E. Osteen 89, Bradford -
State vs.
'! James brown and Kugrnr: Sheriff was requested to discharge the local recreation center, the I for thin match
\ of timber. C.I4eSS'ARF County pioneer and widow Kelly that only a few days remainIn
''j .JoImIWm for Itirceny of a hog!: a the dofendent. and his surety. DlnkUiss Standard are now in complete I Next week's schedule finds the of Leroy .... Ostcien' died In Se- which to take
advantage of
State vs. B. C. Smith, breakingand charge of the 3.-man bowl- .
S at the : OF "HNOUtDS" league leading Standards the
'; ntnre was granted re- vs bring on Wednesday, Nov. 16, at .
. .I CfI-<< of the state and a nolle pro- entering. Rites SaturdayFor Starke, Fla. I Ing league by leading Its nearest I Electronics In a match that will the home of her non C. L,, Osteen, four percent discount allowed dur-
f ......,..s was entered as to Drown and,) State va. Manning E. Crlbba, Nov. :21. 1913' opponent by 3 points really be close. with whom she lived. ing November The discount dropsto

. y.bxnn.. The case against Smith embezzlement J. L. WilliamsFuneral Dear Gene: Monday night's bowling saw the IlKHULTSDlnklnH I:! Other three percent in December, two
survivors ,
are a daughter
i.cJll since he has not Kenneth Green, break. Some time I n Dinklns' combine win a decisive
pending State vs. services for Jacob I.. ago gave you I ((3)) Mrs. R. F. Call Birmingham, Ala., percent In January and one PIta.
, .bt> Into custody of bricks, etc at residence. statement with reference to tran- victory over the Recreation Big
:pat' r" brought ing M. Dlnkln 163 104 121 388 a sister, Mrs. S. F.. Sapp, West cent In February
, WlllianiH, 81, esteemed citizen .
ltbe 3. Walking with the first
bad away
court. sient ,
State vs. Willie E. (Buck) Robinson held Saturday afternoon peddlers gyp-artists I'two R. Dryan 153 144 105 402 Palm Beach 21 grandchildren\ and
Hampton were
Roman Powers, charged with check artists etc. ,who generally games the Standards let up
non-support. D. Richards 116 18
o'clock In the 162 141 419 great grandchildren. ADDRESSES
at 2 Hampton
_, apport, was not present whinj. State. vs. Charlie Alvarez non- trek South at this time of year. I In their third game preventing a I
Church with Rev. ------ Funeral services were held at the
...... And the cnse wan placed on support. Baptist I hope you can find space in clean sweep. Don Richards againpulled INTEREST
Robert C Gray, Jr., pastor, officiating. his Standards to victory. 432 oliO 3A7 1209 Snuthslde Baptist Churrh In Seebring
t1M Aansntee docket State Wallace Faulk throwIng .next Issue to let our folks
vs. your
I Interment was In Kings- I 11I.:1' : ((1)) on Thursday Nov. 17 at 3
:Snn of the dcfendents In woven brlcks.etc.. at residence. know that I have some recent reports The other match, pitting the H. F5. Parkhurst, change from
1 ley Lake Cemetery with Masonic H. p. m.Guard
uvuur Involving information fort State vs. John H. Barlow, assault on bad checks, and In one Waaheterla aggregation against Stefanelll 111 101 141 3S3: Graham to Route 1, Box 30-A,
] Santiportatlon of properly for with Intent. to murder I rites. instance woman forged a checkon the Winkler Electronics, might I''''M. Grlder 137/! 138 100 393 Calnsville, Fla.

1 _mprnnntl without certificate State vs. N. E, Shilling!!, disposing Mr. Williams died I following. a a local garage owner and attempted ,have been a mild upset. A revived W. Recher 137 134 148 419 I Drill MondayA Pfc Stanley Crawford, Hq and

fit. public convenience and necessity" I' of personal property under heart attack at his home In Hampton to cash it to another ''and spirited team was the Cleansers ---- ,- -. Hq Btry. Dlv Arty, Fort Jack
e drill
( has
Nov "split assembly" )
on Thursday morning
were. present In court and 1 the lien. merchant in tho city. -as they bore \down on the 403 373 389 1187 son, S. C.
1 17. Although he had been in ill\ been railed for Monday, Nov. 30,
/ I
t 5ldul" cash appearance bond of State vs. Fred Belts, removing health for several years, In recent These bad checks. and forgeriesare strong Winkler trio \Vn..hrlrrlu ((8):t) for members of the local National Afra. J. A. Bouvier, change
.earn was forfeited. Tile ddente !- property under lien. months he had been able to attempted for cashing after.1 The Washeterla lost no time at G. Si-lpy 1S4: 115: 183 484R. Cuird unit who diJ not attend the fioni Alclntoah (to :33 N. Melrose

e -14 named wore Graham Ralph State vs. Robert (II. V.I) Scott, bo about his house and l garden.. banking hours and mostly on Sat they won the first match by a Seavea= 171 1ST 125 463: (regular drill Wednesday.. nllht.Th..re Drive, Miami Springs;;: "101.
-FarA.on, Rudolpho Crottl, Ralph driving while intoxicated and pro urdaYs.I bare 2 pins, lost the second by a
I' He WAS n native af Alabama, but and J. Mathli 139 137 181 460 were a rir.ibor: : of absentees Mrs. H. H. McDonnell, Box
t Moan. Scruggs. Aubrey Allen, \Val.r. perty damage. had made his home in Hampton would like to caution our folk I 20-pin. margin really smashed -------- due to a conflict with the liHS- 07, Myrtle Grove Branch, Fensasoln. -
Edward Jackson, with- the wood for a 49t to win,
.. Clarence Higgins David I' State vs. go-
for many years. He was a Master -,end merchants In Starke and Brad I Ing away 3 to 1. 161 419 494& 1107 Green Cove Springs football game Fla.

Mason and member. of the ford County--If you don't know U'lnklrr'N (I) ..
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Lending Kcgler for the eveningwas r rr r
customer In check
P your cashing a
Church. Until
Hampton Baptist A. Winkler
I : 125 122 145 392
with a.481 triple
always Insist on him or her Seley
lit Illness forced his retirement he producing I II and high single of 185: was O. Wlnkler 163 179 136 478
lid AMAZING was active in civic affairs. credentials and be sure to The World's Resources-
very .. E. Perryman 174 168 134
get their auto license number !high for the / 476
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. I Wlnkler's 476 .veninO..orlf"1 -.--- -.-
P I Contact the police departmentor
d FREE OFFER Idella Williams; two daughters my office, as. we. mean to breakup outfit but to no avail as the 462 469 415 1346 NEAR AS OURPRESCRIPTION
Mrs. Marshall Mntchett, Hampton -
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t: this practice and we will ''ap
and Mrs. Ed Durban, Lawtey, II ROOM
d predate everybody's cooperation.Yours I Thanksgiving
e Enjoy TELEVISION In Your Home four sons, Marvin, George, and sincerely' Recent Births Union
Russell, all of Humplon, and
b IS Hours On Approval Frank Williams\ of Dunnellon; I I P. D. Reddish, Sheriff I IMVIII :MI(91.1l7..IONi; ::r Service ThursdayA

fiB two slhters Mra. 10'101'1h"el"r I WANTS: .. tat It. and MrK. .T.. Ft. Jones ofFiivi'ttevllle
i No Obligation I ORDINANCES: 1 I'I| Union Thanksgiving service
a of I'i gan, Ala..oniIr", Joe MSIIKD N. (J. annniitire\ tho will ho hold this Thursday at 10 I I
Stoner of Memphis. Tcnn.; and Starke, (I'la. blitli ..ufI snn. David Mirli.tcl on I In St.
a.m. Mark's
a: LEAiIBRANDS) : : I I Episcopal
Nov. 1 t. Mrs. Jones Is the former
ten grandchildren Nov. :22. 191(1( i Church. The Pastors of the
af! Miis I.onlse Router of tho Slate ,
Complete Installation: & Service Facilitiesle I Kuneral arrangements were in |,Dour Gene: tint Christian Episcopal Methodist

charge of DeWitt C Jones. i i lOur hats are off to you, our editor Farr I t. and Presbyterian churches I

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD i I I for voicing the opinion of so Recent( births In Shadycrest I tarn pirtlrlpntlrg1 and the Rev. I
of New WatchmakerTo many of us In your column Hospital were: Homer Swindell will deliver the I,
Mr.! and Mrs. C.V.. Duvls of
; RADIO TELEVISION: -; SEAT COVERS seen Ordinances", published In"Un-I, sermon. ;u9
Open Here Soon 'vcek'H Slarke!', a girl, Mae Chorlcno, o.i ElN
C'oun11,11'011; Sin. !ltark... Florida: paper November 11. The Thanksgiving offering will
'Tis :
true we need
David Allred. formly of Sparta, in economy Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Polhill ofRuifoul be sent to the Children's Homo
our city government, but nol! !
Tenn. la. remodeling the store In the way our Councilmen deem a boy, Luther Anderson, In Jacksonville.A .
building- on November 16. cordial invitation Is extendedto
occupied by
I FO necessary. We the citizens of h't
Biggs and Baker In preparation I l,this town, elected.. these men for] Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Monelcy ofMaxvllle. all citizens.. of the community r ,
1 for opening within the next few the town's best Interest and we a boy, Ronald David on to join In this worship service of
days the Magic Jewelry Shop. November 11, praise and thanksgiving lril
I are supposed to be kept Informedas u 3,
Mr. Allred states that he will not I to what Is going on. Mr. and Mrs B. F.. McKlnnev of I I

at least for the Sampson CIty, Gloria June,
CHARACTER present carry a You are so very right In Maying a girl McGee TransferredCpl. I
line of Jewelry, but will be engaged that on November 12.
a posted notice will\ go unheeded -
G j In all types of repair work, for very few people now.adays Mr. and Mrs C. A. Andersonof James R. McGee, son of 1( I
and well known standards of Service Including watches, jewelry, rebuilding have time to loiter around! Sin' ike. a boy, Veibert KuitU I, Mr. and Mrs. Walker. McGee of II

have been earned and maintained by rings, etc. on the streets to read anythingthat on November 15.: I(I Starke, has been transferred from I
It seems that Mr. Allred got IntcreatPd might be posted, the Atterbury Air Force Base, Columbus -
long of faithful attention in In Starko old! regardlessof conveniently can say "yes' to tne
years through an what our learned Councilmen clique. Ind to the Far East Air
war-time buddy of his W. C. think Force., where he will nerve as aI..phlcl'ment
or want. We the know
people Mayor Walnwrlght des-rves his!
Serving economically in this vicinity. Dub Rhoden /(
( ) with whom
he served for another memberof
that the Telegraph Is the place for !share of praise, too. Mayor: Nooke!
a In the 81st Division. He visited our legal notices and the citizen the Air Force who has completed -
nays we can burn the trash in our
Dub here liked the town beth of Starke who are Interested. his tour of duty ov..raeaa.Cpt. .
in back
own yard anytime we so duo
DeWITT C. JONES than any little town he'd! ever seen the City's growth mid ,'Ir... Thanks. McGee Attended Bradford ph1iciaa giver you a J pracripuoa-jusc bids ,
and decided to cast his lot with ment should get busy and dev..loP'1 The old saying "clean around High School prior to his entry Into 1! Ydip of paper-but to compound it correctly, MUIphtrmacUo '

Phone 7 Starke, Fla. Slaike. ten the Council out on your own back door before trying; the Air Forcje.; I I may have to draw upoa the world's 1.|
Mr. Allred's hobby Is collecting things: to clean around another's backdoor" ource 11 i*not uncommon for a prescription I to reqolr

Funeral Director Ambulance Service old watches, guns, and coins, and We all 'know that Starke's government could' so easily be proven W.C.T.U. drup and chemical,gathered from IC re of eountrias
I'll he plan. to have an Interesting: has been run by a well- time where our Councilmen are n.1 I purified.blended and compounded w OAIJ IItUIecI phae
Our local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and exhibit of these (items on display organized clique for more years ronrprn ed. t'3SCn.\Tt'L.\TIONS TO nacuo know how, tu make UBV IUVWAWUBV UMI VMHJ(

services not otherwise available. In his shop. He la married, and hound than any of us care to name. We not DKR COUNTY UIIO \ .\ fits your need. W. take pride 'la haying. ample xocfc:* l..

.. ,. his wife will reside In living When our present Council was elected emiee. KU DRY IN TIIEIU RECENT to make this possible.Koch .
r r" quarters which he Is fixing (in .
up the
I majority of voters important facts.A I ELECTION ,
Rep "e furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and the rear of his store building 1 thought the clique days to be over, Citizen who just "HUT: THANKS BK TO GOO

--- IICr."ot'pt AtMT life Insurance policy In force.: Issued by ANY but from all indications we have loves to smell burning I WHICH mvKTii us: THE VICTORY :-

'- company, .. payment !In part or In full on a funeral. WHAT No Women I only a handy Council who ,too leaves. TIIROl' JII OCR LORD Drug Store

Consultation carries no obligation. JESUS: ('IIRI T"Nt Corinthians
Want ?
Jury Duty I I 15:57.:
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I Clerk of the Court A. J. Thomas f --- ----

reminded women that they must
t I
register noon If they want to be

American included In the list from which
Legion juries will be drawn In 191"). The I 1
County Commissioners meet: the

I first Monday, In January to make SANTA'SCOMING

up the new list, Mr. Thomas said, I NOV. 23 THRU DEC. .
and to must
.women desiring serve
iIFAIRII I leglster before that time.

Mrs. Guy Andrews and Mrs 1
Mai'ion Howe were the first two :

women to register for jury duty I
in Bradford County Registrations "
01.1)I COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS: have been "very slow", Mr.

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