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: December 2, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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is of vital importance to the future of farming in

Bradford County that growers fill out and return a ques-

tionnaire being: mailed 4 to them this weekend by the State Official County Publication EstabliBhed"I1I1879

Marketing l1ureau.I .
I The sole purpose of this questionnaire i ia to obtain esti- -- --- -. -

, mates of the acreage planted, or which will be planted to VOLUME SEVKNTY-ONK -. STARtlE FLORIDA, t'lun.u.Cr.UUER: : Z, 1919 -- -. --- -- MUMBKK: TWENTY. : -
- various crops in Bradford County this season. .

as The follows reasons: that this information is so urgently neededare Starke Occupies Strategic PositionAt Tornadoes Move Toward Conference

I, If the State Department of Agriculture is! convincedthat i

County there this i is:;season sufficient they acreage will build of strawberries an auction block in Bradford at the Crossroads Of North Florida I Title After \Win From Green Cove

I State Farmers Market here, which will greatly facilitate the

handling of the crop. Likewlfe: if it is indicated that corn
Playing their but game In the verted for extra point by placement -
acreage is sufficiently large it is possible that additional last four trips the BHS Tornadoes with Hazen holding the ball.
I platform space will be constructed. Both of these additions I won a clone but decisive 7.0 Bradford threatened again midway

. and improvements will be of untold benefit to growers of 1'1I victory over the self-assured St. in the second quarter', but

this county. Johns Conference championshipteam the Blue Devils held and the locals -

. 2. The acreage figure!' are also needed to help convince I It9 Green Cove Springs on the were forced to kick.

. railroad officials that a spur and siding to serve the marketare Clay High field Wednesday night Green Cove kicked off to open

needed and would be justified by the volume of produce .301 .1, Nov. 23.Tonight. the second half and Bradford
, to be handled here. Every grower knows and recognizes the I (Friday) the Tornadoes drove straight down the field but
. benefits to be derived from the convenience of railroad fa- T ACK30M.viuce. close their official season In failed to cash in and Green! Cow
CtlY I Alachua, where a victory over! the took over on down on their. own
the market. _
cilities at
.. .....". Indians! would Insure Bradford'! one yard line. They brought the
information the total of various
3. Accurate on acreages
back but
winning"the Suwannee Confer ball up the field were
crops in this area will be of great help in interesting more ST ARKS ST\AUGUST/Nf I ence championship. It la not checked about the SO and forcedto

buyers to come here and operate on the Starke market. It considered likely that even a loss kick. Bradford took over and

is a well known fact that buyers go where they are assuredof I I to Alachua tonight would cost proceeded to Green Cove's 35' before -

an adequate volume. Without definite facts and figures! I the Tornadoes the championship, having to kick out at which
it is impossible to give a buyer the advance information he \ 11 UNNrIL I I but It would throw the l outcome time the Blue Devils launched

needs to plan his operation. The advantage to growers in having Into the realm of speculation with their aerial attack. Strickland
a large number of buyers on the platform is too obvious Traffic Through Here Will Be OCALA j a final decision delayed until a Intercepted a Green Cove pass on I
I to mention. | meeting of coaches and prlnclI their 30 but the ball wet froman
0AYroN I pals of schools In the Suwannae early-falling; dew squirted out
For these reasons every farmer who receives a ques- Further Increased With Early I{Conference on December 2. of his han....
tionnaire is urged to fill it out and return it as soon .
Coach Jimmy Hobbs and hit. BHS missed another opportu-
I as the card is received before it is misplaced or forgotten. Completion Of Fast New Route tces13u1 G I charge would much prefer to nity to score In the final stanza
Only. in this way can the necessary information be obtained. 301 settle the mutter definitely on after carrying the ball to Green
Failure on the part of any one farmer to supply this needed Cove's two yard line where Full
i the field at Alxchua tonight and
To Miami Thru Middle FloridaGreat
data could mean that Bradford County might miss this t If back Carl Johna was Injured on
I the boys are l up to par like they
golden opportunity to obtain improved market facilities that 27TAMPI the third down and] Green, Cove
will mean dollars in the pocket of every grower in this area. significance for Starke is seen in the fact that i jWnro In Green Cove last week It took over on downs on their one

Fill out the card and drop it in the mailbox NOW. clone to a million dollars (938884.37 to be exact) will be HAINt s I I seems quite home probable with that tht'y'Urt'turn yard line. And that was about

---- spent by the State Road Department this year in developinga eeryCI.IEWtSTOI I!ship In the the champion. the game.
new streamlined central Florida route to Miami. This bag.Leveling On the credit side for BUS was

Bradford Growers Gross $95,194.82 "express highway" will fill a long-felt need and will\ undoubtedly off, after playing unclerpnr Hazen's quarterbacking which
be favored by many drivers seeking to escape ., ball In their liiHt four en was exceptionally good, and Carl I
counter* the Tornadoes were Johns' running as always, a decisive I
the congestion and other inconveniences of U. S. No. 1 down '
fired-up for Green Cove and turn. factor. The tackling1 of i
-. From 63,854 Pounds Of Tobacco the East Coast.A mi In a performance of which the Eaves and Wainwright was' far t
glance at the accompanying will reveal
,: map why
I(entire team can be proud. Their above average while the defensive
this new route will be of such great significance to Starke. I puss defense was almost immaculate work of Strickland and Con-
I Bradford County .2R short of the 1948 groan of I It is easy to see that Starke will be tire' gateway through II and the running attack l left, t ti ner was commendable.. Kenneth
I keted l 63,854' more : when the average prlco which practically all traffic coming into< Florida from the SOUTH I(i little to be desired. Johns at center also turned In

co last July and August | pound was an all-time high of Eastern Seaboard and the Midwest must flow to take advantage AY The solo score of the game one of his. best performances tu

did during the same cents ; of this new scenic route which will\ cut directly I I' came early In the second quart.r'I1nd date
but the dollar return I| Last season's total I'
poundage/ was through the middle of the State's great citrus belt. Likewise, was set up by a 30-yard PUSH There Is a possibility that alostseason
easy the same for the on 269.3 measured acres. heavy truck traffic, heading north from the Everglades I I| from Hazen to Godwin. With the [ game might bo played -
due to an 11.8-cents an average yield of 969 farming section and seeking to avoid the U S. 1 route will I I ball. down first and 10 on the 181 .with Newberry here next
the average price I per acre. In 1918 the
per crop !
MIAMI yard line Curl Johns took I
{ Thursday night a definite decision
I all be channelled Starke. Some; who have
198.3 measured acres which through persons! i iI I !
Figures released this over on a fullback buck through! will not be reached on this
County Agent T. K. crop$0 an average of 905: poundj, studied traffic trends in the State predict "bumper tobumper" iI t thM mil 1111.... YVolnwrlght con-t'' until Saturday.
cloaed that a total of acre. i traffic through Starke when the missing links of I -
of flue-cured tobacco ,:, The percentage of growers using this new route have all been connected up. I I

the 8.1 growers In this allotments was higher than i Starke is already experiencing greatly increased highway ( I Searing Awarded I First Berries
Ing tha marketing year before. Eighty-four out of travel, ever since the designation of U. S. 301. which I !
through August 31. I 107. who had allotments this I is rapidly developing into one of the most popular anti

age In 1048 was 196 908.At grew tobacco while In 1918 heavily travelled arteries into Florida. Our town enjoys a I ---.---- -- -- -
I 62 out of 112 planted. I I Paving!! ContractAt I Bring $65 Pint
an average price of Total allotted acreage this yacrf( most! strategic position on the map of Florida in relation to Florida Theatre Will Mayor Asks ParentsTo ,
pound, highway; travel. Situated at the "crossroad of north ct'n-j
per growers 333.2: while the 1018 total was
l tal ofu$95.104.82: for the II tral..Florida, Starke catches the crosaJ'irt of travel } Be Host To ChildrenAt See That Bikes I H Palled niHvtliiifliulil by!I.' The first pint of strawberries 'J j
.-. in from the northwest on Federal! routes: 41 and 129, headed! !1 Toy MatineeChildren Are Lighted At NightMayor the t'lty! Council! Tiiomliiy.. night 'picked In Bradford County this

for the l East Coast ; and travel coming in from the Northeast 1 a prnp iMiil'" was submitted by tin mason brought/ a total of JflA.15:
Dinkins Standards Increase League Lead ; ] over Federal routes 301 and 17, headed for the West1' of Bradford Countywill J. It. Wainwright status t Ulan
I Washeteria Topples Recreation Big3The Coast. With the completion of the new central Florida I"! guests of thu F'lorid.1 thnt n source of roriHlderuuio eon1r Ing of Tliompmm Htl'eel, onehliirk and the money will be used to

I! route to Miami Starke will also get much of the traffic Theatre at a free "toy m.ilmoe"picture "Tii to members of tam pollc.eIloreu ) south, of M.tdlson St. lit 11ciiHt help finance Bradford's exhibitat .
fourth week of bowling M. Dinkins 127 120 159 400 show of $2.0:1: : 211.HI'.fi."Unflll the Slate Fair In Tampa' next
morning '
from the Northeast even though it is headed for Miami as Saturday and other city offlilnH I.H
saw the Dinkina Standards takea R. Bryan (Bl'd) 90 90 90 270 I tourists will take the central Florida route in prefer Dec. 17, at 0:45: : a m. Doors will I Ihu furl that so many children'are of I the .propoHiil' ) Februnry.
. firmer grip on first place by D. Richards. 155 173 182 510 ence many to driving through Jacksonville and continuing to I open at 0:30.: permitted to ride bicycle' onI| will I"! I Mm Nome us the work conIlileleil The berries were grown by T.

taking two games out of three --- Miami I Thin annual treat In a tradition' the streets. nt night/ without. )pi'op- '> by Souring on F.lKhlhSlrcct : N. Norman well-known farmerof .
from the Winkler Electronics. 372 383 431 1186 over congested U. S. 1. with the i Martin Theatre' chain, .'1' lights. ] ,, ami, Washington Street tho Hellbronn HecUun, who al10 -
Capt. Don Richards. kegllng a Uinkler's ((1)) At the present time the central Florida route U: not which the local the dateil t Kept,, :'I l, 1(111)Iii l enjoyed! the d'rtlnttlo' : of

smooth :910, paced his. team to A. Winkler 101 131 173 408. usable because of long stretches! of unpuved road from Lees I atre several purchased months ago. !Manager 1 lentionto Mayor the Wulmvilffht flirt that tailed thin pruc-at After dlxcuNilmi. 11 motion waD bringing In the first pint ;in

victory Judge Ferryman's 450 O. Winkler (Bl'd) 90 00 90 270' burg to below Sebring in south Highland: county. That I. (I. llama announces that lire I In highly dangerous and thai'' liindo hv l Councilman, p I I. 1IM7. He was out of the ntnni '<
set high for the losers. E. Perryman 162 161 121 450' is what the construction of the State Road lust veiir,, beeaiiHi' he didn't
. was present program the feature<< tote shown will In' ihlldivn' who rid"l unlimited; bicy- : llrldff" that the proposal lie incepted plant
a On the other alleys the surging I'I Department will take care of, together with some other improvements "Blontlm'H' UewHnl", n film that I< Ins are apt to bo seriously, hurl i bawd' nn the I anon' unit any barrios dun to the scarcityof :
Washeterla Cleansers went In toa 353 388 387 1128t1'arheterls such as an overpass at Haines: City and there Is particularly suited to juvenile In collision with 'automobiles, und| |prlra>. .. HH received 1 oil i KlRl'th: nil > labor
two-way tie for second place I, urfaciirr of some already existing road between Clewistonl! I aii'llt-ncea' I other vehicles Wimhliigtmi iSlreeH" Inn Iun't' nod! As far us Is known, thin l.i the
with the Electronics by taking O.; Seley' ((3)) 131 131 140 105: I and South Hay. All children, of the county uninvited Me imki nil to helnj a iniitlnuiitlrin of (tug. roil- first pint of berries produced in
two games from the Rec. Blg-3. R. Seavea 137 163 139 439 The importance that the State Iload Department attaches to be guest of the Flor.1' hat.I parents/their children cuoperute trnrt tinted, Hep. ) :'I. 1IHSI\ Tnelimtinn the Htat this senora' ait no report
by seeing '
John Mathis, sturdy anchorman J. Mathis 118' 152 163 463 I WIIM seconded' 1 hy I.. OHa.CM I him tx'ert received, of a
l Ida Ht thin time, und am asked '
VVnsheterla to this new route is seen in the fact that of the total *i) do not ,tide' bicycles lit night/ ,
of 3
the was high -- -- -- to, brlnjitoy for /. und nrrleil. hy iifmnlniouH I Ivut" being harvested In Plant City or
with a 463 set. Hank Stefanell. 419 416 442 1307-1 I $5,4.:.fi,151.ai: in bids received at the Department's recent However\ Mr. Karri 8'lInl"Mlon'l without lights! j i any other of the more southerly

led the losers with a .IS4.! .lug 3 ((1)I) meeting", in Miami, almost one-fifth ($938,881.37): ) comprised children not bringing toy will | The Council hud. pinvloilnly. met. berry-growing. areas
week'a H. StcfanelllVf. I nn'racts for work to be done the central Florida W. B. Sewell Elected '
Next schedule matches 151 166 137 451 1 on "express be admitted. also. The toy need (in Tui'iKl.iy, Nov. 22, for the, jnirPOHII Uuy Andrews president of the
the first place Standards with up Grader 163 132 90 38.V highwiiy" to Miami. not bi,> new but will he acceptedIf I Red Cross Chairman of hearing objections of fpropeity Chamber of Commerce expressed
and coming/ Washeterta. W. Recher 130 136 110 413: Further study of the map indicates that it will be they run hn repaired and put I> ,. owners, If any, to the thanks to Mr\ Norman for bringing -

Monday night's results: 434376-12\-,1 I I trulv an "express! highway" to Miami, offering practically In good condition for distribution I At a lumheon ",1'"Unof/ the, ,uoni.tmr-tlori of pnvrnieut' nut thn berries In and permitting

Illnkln_\___ ((3)Stores ) __ 414 : unobstructed travel to tourists since it skirts around Lake among the needy children of the I ilnnlfonl, County Chapter Hoard'I' iiiitl !goner* involved In this I prop them to .he ,auctioned nff for the
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-- -- I I Wales Avon Park Sebring and most other towns: along the county at Christmas, time. I held Tuesday/ Nov 22: W. U. Howell -! ] >ct No I'omphiInts or objection. benefit. of the fair exhibit. "Thl

May Stay Open Rites Thursday route Mr. Harris states that the Hal wan rlected. Chairman. of the* went filed. show that the people of the

While this: is a wonderful "break" for Starke and will va Ion Army and the Storke Kirs Ch..pt'rInti. tiny! Andrews was e.1' Thu Tlinmpmm/, Street, (dock the county are Interested and want
Last Two For S. P. Rowell I I
Thursdays I O"pllrtm..nt'have our county to be represented. by
I I I undoubtedly mean thousand* of dollars more in tourist volunteered to prowl\ Vice Chairman to fill )paved is hel\VIMVI Maillxon. Htund "
help make the old toys "Ilka unexplred term until June 1050./ I a nice display at the fair, Mr.
Before Christmas I I Simon P. Rowell 65:;, died at ,. money to be spent in our community each year, it also entails new," I ; South fit. along the east sidenf Andrews said
given Including'' i Hhaclyi-ie, I.
Report) wire HiMjilUil.At
his home north of Starke Tuesday I some big responsibilities.travel ? Mr. Norman stilted. that barring -
W. H. Graham chairman of .
the fact that 175 Individual and I
morning following an Illness! through here H: already heavy and is taxing!I II the nievtlnir. ( on Nov 29Cupp : / a freeze, he and other growers -
Merchants Division. Chamberof Griffis SentencedTo families assisted with ,
the I were coon i : Hugh 11. Iiinrum appearedto .
almost to capacity the main lines of traffic through the I Iseling will be shipping brrrlei before -
Commerce states that accordIng of several weeks. lie was 3 and service, through the ; link help from, tho city hi
city. However, there is nothing to be alarmed about in the Three Years Christmas
Home Service of XcdlCro
to the agreed-upon building contractor prior to hi* progrum Milting[ up pasts for II fence !I"h..k >' O. C. Canon, who has 8
program acres
prospective increase of travel for it can be taken care of .
For Cattle "a .
LarcenyWoodrow I of the Armory building. ti.
adopted at the first of tho year, retirement and since coming to and WILL be taken care of through the cooperation of the and Is probably the largestberry
The Junior Red Cross projuetj help protect National Guard
stores remain open If they this community several years ago with the grower In the county also
may State Road
City Department. Griffin, convicted of
I In .
(1' nrt- underway In most of the I I equipment| Action on thin matter few to
HO desire during the afternoon ol was engaged"" in business: as a I In a conference last week with Road Department- Chair- larceny of cattle during the fall < hooU of Bradford County: And, was delayed until the n..,xl town brought a ripe berries
the last two Thursdays before "spiritualist, medium, and heair. man Alfred A. McKethan a delegation from here was assured term of Circuit Court here week a First Aid Instructors Clare will 'regular meeting of the Council WednesdayFine

Christmas. ." that the Department would widen Temple Avemxo before taut wan sentenced by bt: offered In the near future rill. PPC 8.
Mr. Graham stated that he did He was a native of Florida and I (U. S. 301)) from the north city limit to Call Street in 1950if Judge/ A, Z. Adkina on November The depleted financial status of' BananasSeveral

not know If many stores will remain was' born February S, 1881. the City would arrange for necessary rights of way. If 23 to three years In the Stale the Chapter was dlscuxsi-d( and' Rites WednesdayFor Bradford Countlana thin
all the 1.1th:; Prlitnn.Oriffls.
open day on or Surviving are his ,widow AnnieR. this project I is carried through, the State and Federal road I Mrs. Huth Morse the Homo Hervice .' fall have reported harvesting nice
not but considered it likely that had two Informations serve''in Homer Johnshomer
Rowell of Starke three worker has agreed to
all of them will on the 22nd. ; eons, boards will want a wide right of way just as wide aa post( !, filed against him by State's At. I bananas but the! finest to come to
Lee of a full time volunteer for the
Perry Monlac Oa.: Simon
eible. In fact they would like it wide enough to accommodatefour our attention Is a bunch grown by
Johns lifelong resident
Since Christmas falls on Sun- P. Jr.. In the IT. S. Coast Guard; torney T. K. Duncan but was /next four month Thus the servl.<:..!
day this year Monday. Dec. 28, Is I and Jesse P. Rowell of Starke, lanes of traffic for that is the goal they're shooting at tried on only one. The cue on of Red Cross. In its most ex! ten-1' r"f Starke, died middemy, Mon. Clyda Hankerson colored farmerliving
scheduled aft a legal holiday. !one brother, B. Franklin Rowell, on all main arteries of travel into Florida. But whether or the other Information was con slve program In Bradford County,Jay' afternoon! following a heart on Route 2, Starke.
and n sister Mrs. Emma not this is possible! every effort should be made to comply ,tinued. His attorneys. Green i I will be able to continue j attack at his home here. Ho war The stalk HankerMin, broughtby
'Lakrlend :
Recruiter Smith. Jacksonville. with the standards of the Department as nearly a." is Green, withdrew their motion for The born In Staiko, on May 5: 1887, the Telegraph possessed! 71
Army I following were appointed' bananas. He states he
practical, in view of the important part that U. S. 301 now ,a new trial. :)I a son of the late Frvln ...n.1Pllzl1b..th very large
Funeral services were. held to the Fund Planning Committee has 23: or 30 banana. palms, and
Here Each WednesdaySgt. I I : Andreu Johns .
Thursday afternoon at one n' plays in the economy of our community. to help! the Fund Chairman with I plonnertattlers that ho and his family have been
Frank Berry representative clock In the Airpark Baptist Every; effort must also: be made to facilitate the passageof Card Games EnjoyedAt his Campaign plans.: Jack Tra- 'if this community. He 'enjoying tho fruit both raw and

nf the U. S. Army and Air Force Church with Rev. U O. Hemingway this increased flow of traffic through Starke even if it Tourist ClubAt wick Tom SIsde, ( F. Slump 1 Arns I the Rpimixh-Amerlcnn a Baptist and a veteran war of 'cooked, for the past several weeks.

recruiting nervier will be at the officiating. Interment was means the substitution of blinker light' for !some stop liirhtx Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. Mae

poet office In Stark. each Wednesday in the family lot In Edgewoodr..n.t..ry andor, the elimination of parking along at least one side of the regular Tuesday night I Wells, Guy Andrews Mrs. U>UMoore I II He. f,Is. A.survived ItennoldH by one of Starke sisterhire. Farm Bureau MeetThe
Mrs Junus Smith. >
morning from 9 a.m. until 12 In Jacksonville De some of the most heavily! travelled streets.! meeting of the Tourist Club held!
nnon.Rgt.. Witt C. Jones was In charge uf In view of the fact that every' business man as wellas In the Woman's Club building card I It was voted to hold) regular 'i f.tnd:. Johns H nephew of Starke.Senator Charley Bradford County Farm

Berry will be glad to Interview arrangements. private citizen in Starke is well aware of the importanceand games were enjoyed. Mr. flout, monthly meetings In the winter" Bureau will hold UN regular meetIng -
one of the members who has vlsl- and spring months The next meetIng humeral services were held Wed I December
on Friday evening
at thin time all eligible benefits derived from U. S. 301. we believe that highway
I Lions Have District ted many places of Interest during will be In early January ':niwlay: afternoon at 3:30: o'clockn 2. This Is the regular time for election -
men between the ages of 17 and officials both State and Federal l. will find the people! of the PeWitt C. Jones Chapel
the showed motion
pictures 1
34 years who are Interested Inl"arninR' Starke cooperative in the nth degree in all l matters summer .. of officers and re-organ-
Meeting At Pelican concerning of his travels also film thai with l: v I,. D. Halnes and Rev
about of In-l I ; Student Loan Fund i; I ization. All officers and member*
more courses this
popular thoroughfare.When I I. n
were made of of the Club'sactlvltlea Hemingway officiating.
Club l WednesdayA some I are urged! to attend this meeting.
itructlon and other benefits of the this! road la completed only one thing will remainto last season. All were very Topic At Rotary j Interment was In thn family lotn Membership due should! be paid
Air Force service.
Army and District Governor' meetingof be done to make Starke's location one of the most enviablein much rnjoyed. I I, Crosby Lake Cemetery. I now All people wishing to get

[ Lions Clubs comprising District t the State. This one thing that i Is lacking In the designation Several neW members were taken H P. Morgan, county superln-1 II I Blue Cross Insurance should attend -

Navy RecruiterOff 33-1' (Starke. Lake City. of State Road 100 from Lake City to Dunnell a*. a Federal Into the Club at this meeting tendent of public Instruction discussed 'Mrs. J. E. Shepherd I this meeting and arrange
This MonthChief Gainesville Ijihn Butler Highway. Even the most casual study of a map will quickly and all are looking forward to a the notary plan of assisting II I their membership.
I and Newberry) was held AIAchua'j reveal the- logic of this move. as Road 100 cuts diagonally season" of much activity and plea. worthy students with college : Mrs .fames. K Shepherd !ts),
J. A. Hall Navy recruiting I Pelican Club Wednesday across the populous north central section of the State andis sure. All visitors and townspeopleare loans at the regular luncheon meetIng I mother of I P. Shepherd of Recent Birth
of the Club here Wednesday.The I tark.. died Tuesday at the home,
officer announces that he The meeting was held In Invited to become members!
I the main artery of travel for tourist, coming into Florida
tion with Ladles and to build the Club. first pint of strawberries (>f a daughter In Monticello. Funeral -
will not be in Starke again until a Night event) help up Mr and Mrs. Harry Mooly announce
over U. S. 90. 41. and 129. and who wish to take the most
after the holidays He will sponsored by the Starke Club. Happy birthday was sung to Mr. picked In Bradford County this services! were held Thursday' the arrival of a daughter,
resume his visits here the first District Governor H. A. (Tony) direct route to the lower East Coast. Abel who had a birthday during, "season was auctioned off by Chas. ifternuon at 2..10:: o'clock In the Geraldine<< Elizabeth on Tuesday
Friday in January and will con- Reeves of Gainesville served nsmaster Civic leaders in Starke Lake Rutler Keystone Heights, the week and refreshment wen. Quick and brought $10 The money I Bethel Methodist, Church In MonI I November' 21! In Shadycreat Ho.-
tinue to be here after that on of ceremonies! and bingo! Palatka and Dunnell should unite in their efforts to bring served at the close of the evening. will be used to go toward Bradford icello t: with Key. Mr. Temple of- petal I !Mr. Mooty i is a former employee

Friday of every week from 11, and dancing were enjoyed follow this important road to the attention of highway officials, The Club meets each Tuesday County's exhibit at the State Fair I'Iclathig. Interment was In I of the Bradford County Tel. '
a.m. to 3 p m. 'ng the banquet. J both State and Federal in an effort to obtain for it the night at 7:30 o'clock In the Club In Tampa In February, I Bethel Cemetery 'graphw .

t recognition that it deserves. .building

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1 i tents of a scrap uook on "The giving Day with Mr. and Mrs. C I Full. line of office supplies, etc. iM-oemtier You are 19.10.required I 19U. to In anpear th. ,.It! ",n

Bradford :Baby". This book was originatedby M. Turney. I now In stock at the Bradford named Court and cause. H het- ,
Telegraph' ,
County seeks divorce award r
l Mrs. H. J. Kucera and was Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox and' County Telegraph. f minor child'" to defendant, etc* Hi. utl
OwNMEDITCmPnMlnhod ( given to the honoree as a keep Miss Carolyn Bradley visited Mr. ford County. Telegraph.... utmll Lull'
ESTABLISHED 1870 E. L. MATTHEWS. II ; Order In n .I four week'iMMUQrt .
;:::: thin
sake. Little Sunny Llbhart presented and Mrs Gerald Cox: and family' In ..1....., ( ....,. H..d.o.d'. ,'. I linn .
Every Friday and Entered as Second to Mrs. Fancher an attractively in Orlando from Wednesday. Until 9"hrldsl I. Cb.rrrr.Thomas | witness, nir hand and official ,' .>
(1s... Hatter at the Pout Office at Starke, Fla decorated cradle that was Sunday. I II I Th..re.u Jom-ph Fltlo,, Defendant Fato Plaintiff Cane Nu vii at, j Siurke.!ISM'J- Florida thin Nov.".,.,.

filled with lovely gifts. Mrs. I.. I j Mrs. Nelle Beavers of Tallas....e 7813Orilrr. ,. IS OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thou.t,,
MEMBERIfUom y. D.of 1'.said Comnv "'

r>OMCA.NEAR.-:=- Mrs. J. O. Caldwell Mrs. J. C. and Mrs. W. N. North. ]Mrs. Boa- Th ire x le 8th Central whose Avenue, Tr and n- | T. frank l-anurum 8tar e, Klnrni.i'
ItdI l l Pit. II1sr I I. oDon't
ado Annually 91M For Six Month Wallace, Mrs. H. O. Bates, Mrs. vera came here from Columbia tun. New Jersey: Ally for
Wherein I give thanks on our one to write to him. He Is at homi E. 'C. Harden and Mrs. M. E. Grl- S. C. where she had visited Com- I

ThankMgKinK Day a-ul rejoice that now and has a job with a newspaper ner were hostesses and served a mander Oscar Beavers and ]Mrs Bury Your Dead Animals !
I 1 a-i an American. The ducks and lie sent a special Invitationfor salad course.Holding the mints Beavers for several weeks.. i
A SPOT Sanitary
geese fly high. ir.e to spend my next summer were miniature cradles that emphasized Mr. and Mrs.! Harry Tyson and Free Prompt.
vacation In Scotland with his family the party motif and served -, their Harm. Mules or ('at tie. Call Our Phone
So many good essays were submitted! In the Telegraph's recent The wisest. heart accepts its answers daughter., and Terl
How I would love to go. : as souvenirs. Mrs. J. M. Hem- returned to their home in Perrine'' Operator At Our Expense. :Starke' 189. If
Turkology", Contest. on the subject of "Why women should registerfor Another week Is gone. Such bree of Starke was the only out- Sunday after a visit with Mr. and Yon 11.f)1ff1'ulty Call! Our Jacksonville

jury duty" that we feel it might be well to reproduce a few of Quietly with naught to dancers say. wonderful days for me. I am busy of-town guest.Thanksgiving Mrs. R. H. Tyson. Edgar Tyson of Office Ph. 4-5500: Day Night or Holidays.
Like the fandango
them in our editorial column) particularly in view of the fact that bright useful and happy. Digger is fine. visitors. of 1ofr. Jacksonville was also the guest CORPORATION
Gravely gay. Don la at the store. He has to go and Mrs. R. W. Brannen were Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Tyson Sr. San- FLORIDA SOAP
only a very few too few- -women have !no far registered. )in Brad- The quiet heart receives its token to the Allen Mortuary this after- and Mrs. E. S. Gainey of Plant ,day. Doctors inlet ".. Ph. Orange Park :tIM
ford County. Knowing as the season. shifts. City and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson -
noon.God | Among those. who: attended the
Mrs. Hazel Ujtch wjltcs: "Women are not as busy as men and have The hnlf-itmtle, the unspoken wordIs bless you all-get ready I of Jacksonville. Florida-Alabama football game inGainesville
Its gift. for Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Garland Godwin
to devote to duty without financially affecting theli ', Saturday afl..rnoonIwere
time jury
more --Jane Morrison. Love-LURA and Mr. and Mrs.. Jim B. Godwin
family income. They are of a more understanding nature than m..n.and Another Thanksgiving/ has come were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O.j,Miss June Dr. and Caldwell Mrs. D. L. Nix and I! CREWS\ SERVICE STATION
I know that the women of our state are going to make the Godwin during the Thanksgiving
and J.'t>oe. For me It was a happyone. I
Mr. and Mrs W. N. North and
people proud of them as jurors". I We had company for dinner.Another STATE FARM holidays. .
Mr. and ]Mrs. Cecil Sewell h*das their son, Billy were dinner guestsof Gas & Oils
Nathaniel Dyal says: "The privilege of serving on a jury is one I Mortician from Sioux By Mre.'Bryan'' WhltfleldCommunity their Thanksgiving guests Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis. Jr.
which the women of 30 states have enjoyed for several years already City: who Is 10 kind and always 'in Gainesville Thanksgiving eve-
and Mrs. G. F. Sewell. Ann. Mur
been classed backward state helps us when someone die' at the GREASING
Florida hat always as a
Sara Sewell of ,
by our northern friends we certainly want our women to take ad- hospital, in Siome.That City.makes which the le e Club Meeting phy and their visitor A. J. Paul of|"ning.Mr.. and Mrs. Leslie Bradley and AUTO REPAIRS
In another state. EXPERT
vantage of this\ opportunity to show them we are as modern In ; Yellow chrysanthemums were Akron, Ohio. their children of Starke spent

every respect as they are." altho death the certificate one who RO paused to DesMoines.away la; beautifully arranged In the Club Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan of Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. M Goodrich Tires, Tubes & Batteries

Mn. Stanley Noegel believes that "In some Instances. a woman'sviewpoint a resident. of Nebraska. My turkey -I I Room for the meeting of the Com- Starke were Thanksgiving dinner Bradley.En JAIL
on a caw will enable her to return verdict that will. In turned to a delicious brown. munity Club Tuesday afternoon guests of Mr and Mrs. Tom Conner route from Columbia. S. C. TEMPLE A"E. OPPOSITE COUNTY
of last week. The President, Mrs.! *. I to her home in Mrs.
all fairness to the opposite "'"x. be a more just decision than one Mv rolls were brown with a crisp
I L. F. thebu.ln..s. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wells, Mrs.
Chapman presided over Dyke visited Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
handed down by a panel of men. With this fact In mind, WOID4'n"ahould outside and very light and nice.f
.. session during which Isabel Edwards and Misses Mary Griner from Friday until Monday.Rev .
consider. It their civic duty to make themselves available for net the table family style, as FOR ALL TYPES OF
j', II!plans were formulated for the organization's -!Wells. anti Jonn and Nancy My- and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd
did not want to
thin Important task. of administering justice"Mrs : '
very traditional Christmas 'nlh.in. all of Jacksonville CONTROL
were In
; were Jacksonville Sunday fort PEST
__ ..... .L. __ L.U 'nerving,. course However I did "
J. A. Leclerc writeswomen: constitute more man u- party. The date chosen for!Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. he Fowler-Brice wedding Rev( WRITE OK PHONE
I have cold sweet elder as an nppeitl.er. -
the population of the U. S. A. They are today engaging in almost I then I had turkey dressing that event is December 20. Joining -!I and Mrs. J. C. Wallace. Shepherd officiating at the mar-
every form of official life, formerly undertaken. by men only. '\'hynot I gravy mashed potatoes sweet the Club at this time were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tyre and riage ceremony. FLORIDA PEST CONTROLand
Mrs. A. C. Davis and Mrs J. E !'',their children visited relatives. in
jury duty Women are defendants as well as plaintiffs. in almost potatoes, cauliflower, scallopedoysters 1' S-Sfit. Calvin Williams Mrs. CHEMICAL CO.
Chambers. Immediately after themeeting )'White house during the Thanksgiving Williams and their children San-
as many cases as men ) and of course celery.plck.leu TELEPHONE 25S1-R
I Mrs. Dennis Fancher was ]!: holidays. dra and Sherrie arrived Tuesday 2150 N. ALABAMA -
"Women Intuitively want the accused to get a fair deal.! They ( olives cranberry sauce then complimented with a stork "hOW.r. -' Mr. and Mrs. John P. Turney I from Albany. Ga. to visit Mr. and GAINESVILLE; FLA.

have, as a rule, a sympathetic attitude toward human behaviour and mince pie and pumpkin pie, rolls .. The element of surprise lent and coffee We still have plenty; -
their yardstick of values is generally just.. Women o'Ve a debt of responsibility zest to the occasion.. During the11 1 their: guest John Armstrong of Mrs. L. A Shepherd. Following
of turkey for dinner to-day altho
to law, justice the courts and the community. Jury duty the other things were pretty well patty hours Mrs. A. C. Llbhart ]Mew:- York City and Mr. and Mrs his present 30-day leave Sgt. Williams -I Free Inspections and Estimate: Given by Graduate

is one form of responsibility. cleaned out. To me It was a gala gave: sn appropriate reading. and I Charles W. Turney and childrenf is being transferred to A- Entomologists (University of Florida' ).
Mrs. G. Godwin read Frultland Park Thanks. iHska. '
J. the spent
"Where women have served on the jury the quality of service has day as my company brought mea -
Improved and the public has been satisfied with their ability and lively bouquet of flowers.

sincerity. If women have the vote In elections why not have a vote Wednesday afternoon I mada

In the Jury box?" I the pies and stuffed the turkey.It .
was about 3:15: when a call -
I AU of which is quite true, and we hope that now that so many n..arl Get' II

good reasons have been advanced as will to why be women marked should increase register. in came Allen that had a young committed man over suicide.!) a IT'S' 50 WAYS NEW FOR '50

for this highly important duty there a
Come quick. I said "Don I will go
the number who go to the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court and with you to pick him up." He was I
put their names on the dotted line. In the edge of the cornfield by From its stylish new hood ornament to its new shock-mounted rear bumper

his cat and hAd shot himself In the the new '50 Ford is packed with quality improvements. Drive in comfort on '

caT; : THAT NEW BABY ON RECORD; head! with a shotgun. There he lay .
as we drove >ir>. his life's blood In I' .. a foam-rubber cushioned seat listen to the silent, secure door locks

Has your child's birth been registered with the State Board of n great pool that had slithered, hear how noise gets shut out of the silent, sound-conditioned "lifeguard" *
Health It probably hasn't been If you haven't received a birth registration down a track in the soft earth[
notice. Such notice. are usually sent out three months from his gaping wounds. My heat. I 11 I Bod/
after the child Is born. felt a great sadness that some one'
did not know what he was. (con I oil.
The Is not because lets know that the
notice Important only It you
child's birth Is on record, but alo because It gives you a chance to to templntlng ease him and over say his a. kind depressed wo.I'!\1' yes IT'S THE ONE FINE CAR IN THE LOW-PRICE FIELD

the Information to be It Is. correct.
verify sure moss).. Now It was to late. He

The law requires the attendent at a birth to file the facts. within ip left a note of great love fur his. : Only Ford in the low-price field offers you a V-S engine-the seme type
day.. However, It is estimated that at least one out of 10 births. is. not wife and three children. He wAIl|
registered at birth, and that some are never registered until the Individual a War II vet and had been In all- engine:;; you find in America's costliest cars! It's a 100 h.p. engine that

has to have a certificate.So Ing health. It was hard for him tn1, delivers "go" at a touch. Yet its quiet whispers quality. The "Six," too is a
work. So life flows on for each of
if you think your child's birth hasn't been recorded write to the us while others It Is cut off. A 95 horsepower package of power surprises. One ride will convince you-
State Board of Health in Jacksonville for information.
dear neighbor north of us cam* nothing but a 'SO Ford will do!
New parents should make certain their baby's birth has been recorded yesterday morning early weeping

and should check with their physician or midwife to this effect. her husband. Is now dying: .in a t.
b. aanltorlam north of here. She

wanted us to go get him when It
la aU over My day 1'10. so fillet! the features want in the

with comforting others and help you

AMAZINGI line Don that I have no time to

I think much About myself. only,
Ihit I am no happy and have much

FREE OFFER i iI Ito thankful for. My neighbor I!
next door has company Their!
daughter and family from the)
Enjoy TELEVISION In Your Home ranch In Wyoming came for

48 Hours On ApprovalNo I Thanksgiving. I felt ai If my own I
dear son and family were here. I
Obligation know they were In spirit even thou'
not in person. I
LEADING BRANDS I have been /getting up early'

Complete Installation & Service Facilities! I studing on my course from the
II I University of Florida. I am on the
,eighth lesson.. Digger and I go In
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD ;the bathroom and study. I usually ,

get up about five. All .Is. quiet ,
RADIO TELEVISION" SEAT COVERS; ,i then and I ran think clearly and I
t'onrt ft MadiMOB St*. SUrke. Florida I concentrate.
Next week will be December I''

I will hang up the Chriahnasl. Ii }

i wreaths and begin to sing Christmas

R B ALYAREZ & SON TRANSFER STORAGE( .COD folks enjoy| carols.and wrapping getting Whoopee up them!my I always gifts on .their for HO a

way. Always In my mond I can seethe
\\'e operate local holly trees at Clay Hill I' -

J? Lips ,d- & lung distance I CLAY 1IIIJ.. Such nice letter, ;:, e ,; w i a (C FORD) in your future

: from the folk. I am sorry I manse;,
OS nkG rot anywhere In U.S. I A mistake!! but Buddy and Nellif' f .with
I 'I .; .. a future built inl!
now they are taking/ care of their(
tilling station. and restaurant at urn

Hugh! If any of my renders pans) ,41tTi \ See.
'i1 FACILITIES the place .stop and say "hello ,
s' They are really handsome! young tr
Agents For couple. I misunderstood some one!
Delcher who wrote about the folks
See us first!
HINTS Before
: waxing -
Bros. your linoleum wet the cloth r,f fused aM feel

for applying the paste wax .
I Saves wax and 1 goes on the floor'

better Try putting corn flakes on tile
Ice cream for the children Instead '
of giving them rake or SWEET POTATO PIE 1 used = difference
lo like Daisy Lang's sweet potato ($ n t-bra

pie. Here Is her recipe. ,
INTEGRITYof 1 nine Inch pie shell. I at yovr
\-\ fif cup of sugar z
1 rup mashed sweet potatoes.
conduct and dealing with better 1 cup sweet milk or cream ( FORDDEALER'S

canned milk Is good) ,
thoughtfulness and economy in all
1-" teaspoon of spice., nut ,
our Serving these mark the repu- meg cinnamon etc. LEei

table quality of this well known firm. 2 beaten eggs.
Mix and beat well pour In pie
Fhell. Bake in a hot oven for ten
min. then reduce heat until the filling -
DeWITT C. JONESPhone \1s set all but center. Let cool
before serving.The .
7 SUrke Fla. duck and goose> hunting

season will soon be over. Altho

Funeral Director Ambulance Service our boy has been hunting, the ducks
are scarce and he has not broughtany ANDREWS MOTOR
Our local funeral home enables us to offer convenience and home so far. The fowl are CO.PHONE

services not otherwise available. flying high but most of them are

still up north feeding as yet. They .
r ,wait until cold weather, and that
w. furnish the highest type service at lowest prices an4 drives them south. We have had

accept ANY life Insurance policy in force. Issued by ANT :very mild open weather here.I 118 STARKE FLORIDA
company as payment In part or in full on a funeral. I had a letter from the soldier ADAMS & MADISON STS.PAGE .
Consultation carries no obligation. boy Martin Watt In Scotland who
,was In a hospital and wanted some



Gainesville.N. I
HAMPTONBy I W. Jackson la expected to return -II
to his home here this week I
Mn. M. C. Sweeney after upending ten days In St.
Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville, ,
I.alles' Meeting. ; where he underwhent a major op-

!Meeting Members enjoyed with of their Mrs.the Ladles'O.Thanksp-lvlnj P. Wa4 Council < eiatlon.Little Tommy Forsylh Is again I Don't Let Fool 70u !

worth The Devotional service was homo and Improving, after a few i Anybody

led topic by entitled Mrs. C."Vision"Ij. May. ,Mrs with Wads.wOI.tl1 the- day's Hospital.confinement in Shadycrest

Rave a character study of"Lydia"
from the book "Womenof :II r. and Mrs. E. L flirt enter i
the Bible". tamed with a birthday dinner. I
Guests were lnvlti>d into the dinIng Monday evening of last week i
room to partake of a delicious r
honoring Mr. Blrt's birthday an
salAd course with coffee and niversary. Guests were, Mr. and
hot chocolate. Date nut loaf, a These Things Will HappenIf
Council favorite was aHo nerved Mrs. Ira Lester, Mr. and !Mrs. Goo ""
!Mrs. Wadsworth' gave a generous : W Saxon and Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
contribution to the Ladles Allen and family
Council from the sale or Christ Mr. and Mrs .r. W 110rr.....Mrs.R. .
mas cards. The Anti-Trust Have Their
D. May, and James and Billy Lawyers Way.
Tenth SpeakerMiss ; Home left Sunday to spend a few
Lulu Belle Tyre of Lake days in PeevesviHe and St George
Geneva. was the young speakerat S. C. After a visit with relatives
Youth for Chrlat meeting last(there Mrs. May will return to her

Mress Saturday) to and those gave present.an inspiring Quite a home In Petersburg, Va. When the anti-trust lawyers from Washington filed their suit Since that time, however, the anti-trust lawyers have been mak

number. of out-of-town folks( attended. I'I Mrs.days D. last W. Johnson week with spent Mr. several and- against A&P, we told the American people, our customers, our ing speeches, talking over the radio, writing letters and giving "

I'Mrs John X. Allen of Jackson- suppliers and our employees how this attack would affect them. stories to the newspapers, in which they say we are all wrong.
Mrs. .1 II. Parker Mrs George vll'e! The Allen returned for a:
Williams !Mrs. Frank Thomas and weekend visit, and on Monday, with' We said that this attack, if successful, would mean the end of They say that this suit will not close a single A&P store; and
:Mrs.. !Mamie Mead attended\ the I their daughter!! Glenda left for A&P as you know it. that instead of raising food prices it will lower them.
all-day Study Program( Ht Waldo Santa Barbara, Calif. where they
Baptist Church Tuesday/ of last will reside. We said that it would mean higher food prices for American And they have tried to give the impression that nobody will be :

week. I Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill moved consumers. hurt by this decision except the present owners of A&P. "'

Tbank"lth'lnC Client. last block week bungalow into ,their which new Is concrete oppositethe We said that if they succeed in destroying A&P the way would We don't think that the America people want to be confused by

Among in: those Hampton spending from Thanksgiving out of-I Christian Church. be cleared for the destruction of other efficient large-scale these statements. We know that when they have the facts, they

town !were Miss Jessie Mae Bran.| Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lester spent retailers will understand that this case can affect the living standards and

nen,, Lakeland Bartow MillS Mr. Lillian and Mrs.BranDon F.-
Williams and family Dunnellon,i I B. Y. Saxon has returned to this threat to their welfare and standard of living. Here are the facts: ..
Billy and Spencer May Willlston I Pompano after spending last week i
Mrs. Marlon Gnann and son Jimmy here attending to business.
Jacksonville Miss Mrs. George Cottman of Dealt.
Gnann Theres.ia. was the guest last Wednesday 01
Hampton folk enjoying Florrl"l I her sister Mrs Jessie Chastain. It Will A&PThe
key Holiday with The J. W. Horne family with Destroy
friends In other parts of the state the Rob't Barksdiites of Starke,
were: Mr. and Mrs. Edw. SaxonIn attended the Rlngllng Bros. Circus -
Eau Gnllie; Mr. and Mrs EVan In Jacksonville last week. anti-trust lawyers have repeatedly stated that "the suit will not result company has been managed by George L. Hartford and John A. I Hartford.

Alatlne and family. Cocoa; Miss Muriel Ritch of Starke has in the: closing of a single A&P store":, !and that "the purpose of the suit is These are the men who have pioneered the policy of low-cost, low-profit.
:Mis T. C Chastaln Lake City been a recent visitor here.G. which has been held violate
; A&P from to
to enjoin continuing activity
low-price food which has A&P the of millions of
retailing won
Mr* J. F. Johnson, Jacksonville; P. Wadsworth spent last patronage
:Mrs. Frances I the law. American families and them food for their
Wadsworth Green week on a hunting trip with given more good money.
Cove Srpings Mrs J. T. friends. The fact that the A&P from alleged
; Guy i is suit is designed not only to "enjoin"
If the
anti-trust lawyers have their way, these men and other company
illegal activities, but actually to destroy the company. executives will be completely out of the picture. No one can predict what

':4ti;;;:< ittrft' Her is what they have asked the court to do: the policies of the new owners of the various parts of A&P will be.

Break up A&P's retail stores into seven groups, each of which mutt No one can predict that they will sell the same quality food at the same
: be sold to different owners, and operated under new management low prices, or that they will keep the same employees, or give them the

Your opportunity Order us to sell A&P's factories, which produce many of the fine foods same high wages, short hours, pensions and security.

; you find in our stores, to still other new owners. Nor, despite the anti-trust lawyers'statement, can anyone tell how many
; GET ACQUAINTED. with the Prevent any of the seven groups of stores from operating any of the A&P stores will remain open or will be closed. -

factories. So, while there may be a food store where your A&P is now located, it
None of the present owners, who have made' A&P what it is today, won't be your A&P store.

FARMALL CUB can have anything to do with either the stores"or the factories. Make no mistake about it. If the anti-trust lawyers win their suit .t will

', he first A&P store was opened 90 years ago. For the past 50 years the mean the end of A&P as you know it.
tractor and implementsSpecial M

r ExhibitAT Your Food Will Cost MoreThe

YOUR anti-trust lawyers have repeatedly stated that the suit will not increase, But, the anti-trust lawyers have asked: the court to order us to get rid of
UPON FARM: ?w --z but should decrease, grocery prices. our manufacturing facilities,which would put an end to all these savings.
Anybody who has ever shopped in an A&P store, has taken
REQUEST: or ever n
This means that if these A&P brands continued to be manufactured, you
high-school course in economics, knows better than that.
? would have to pay higher prices for them wherever you found them.
Everyone knows that A&P's policy has always been to keep costs and.
profits at a minimum so that it can sell good food cheap. The anti-trust: lawyers say that food prices would go down in other stores.
You're halted Diop fA. See this interesting display. The very heart of the anti-trust lawyers'case is that A&P's methods, which They claim that food manufacturers would be able to sell cheaper to other
Learn all about the handy. DeW Famuli Cub tractor they claim are illegal, have enabled the company to undersell competitors. grocers because they would not have to make up alleged losses they now
and IIWICbecI i implement talk to the "CUBitet" in incur in selling to A&P.
charge.Ask all the questions you want.Climb Into the How can anyone possibly say that you will get I lower food prices by eliminating -
seat-try the fingertip control Get awpwiated with the company that has done so much to bring them down? This, of course, is pure nonsense. The suppliers who voluntarily seek our
this modern, efficient, -faroiag nalfc See bow business and are now rushing to defense find it
powu Actually, there is no question that this suit if successful will mean higher our obviously profitable to
JOG can pot it to work to lncree you profits.t food prices for A&P customers. deal with! A&P. Actually, their sales to this company enable them to bUildHere
Ask for>> a ran copy of Tanning with tbFarmall their volume
reduce their
and sell
of up costs, more cheaply to all grocers.
is just of number
a Cub." Stop la_today. one a reasons: 1
We manufacture many of the quality foods we sell in our stores, such The elimination of A&P from the picture would tend to increase, ratheras
't-I farm, Home &Auto Supply Bokar, Red Circle and Eight O'Clock coffees, Ann Page foods, White than decrease, the wholesale cost of food; and this, in turn, will be reflected

ijiiiot '... Starke. Fla.) House milk, and many others. in increases in retail prices.

(!u" Andrews Phone 26 The anti-trust lawyers admit that we pass along these manufacturing Make no mistake about it. If the anti-trust lawyers succeed in putting A&P

savings to our customers in the form of lower prices. out of business you will find your food bill is higher.

s ,,;,..'

I Others Will Be HurtThe


S4 S'I anti-trust lawyers have insisted that this suit will not affect other dis- If A&P is destroyed, no businessman could .safely pursue! an aggressive,: :
I I tributors, "nor will it destroy any efficiencies of mass distribution sales policy designed to lower prices and give his customers a better deal
Rt: ; The fact is that the anti-trust lawyers ask the court to break up the com if by so doing he takes business away from any competitor. .

Yr pany, make it get rid of its admittedly legal manufacturing: : operations? and Even if the anti-trust lawyers have no intention now of prosecuting: other
in general destroy many of the efficiencies which have enabled it to sell food suits, a decision against A&P will:! establish a precedent that could be used

cheaper. by the present anli-trust lawyers, or any future anti-trust lawyers, to destroy
If such an attack is successful it immediately raises the likelihood of similar any efficient business that buys cheaply, sells cheaply' and grows big in
x. attacks on other chain stores.The the process.

anti-trust lawyers are saying" that they "do not contemplate any other Such a decision would mean the end! of the vigorous, healthy price competition
suits of this nature at this time. which has this the
given country highest standard of living;? ever
.r o ; d DOUBLE- But that does not mean that they cannot undertake such suits at any future enjoyed by any people anywhere in the history of the world.
time if they win this case.
BARRELED The anti-trust t I lawyers are trying to give a new interpretation to t the antitrust -
As a matter of fact, the anti-trust I lawyers made practically the same allegations
.) CONTEST! I laws that t'instead of preserving competition, will reduce competition.I
.r a.f se. against two of our I largest competitors that they are making against us.
w And it can also be used as the basis for an attack against other grocers and They are trying, by court decision, to impose new kind of economic policy
merchants in other lines. on the people of this. country.
Yes, over $2.000.000 In cash
and valuable prize to be awarded by Croaley and Crodey Dealers. There are today literally thousands of chain stores voluntary groups and Make no mistake about it. If they succeed in destroying A&P they will be
You get a double chance to win! FIRST-* Local Contest judged by individual merchants operating with the same methods and in the same destroying the method of distribution that has helped make the American
do is write
In community. you your
local judges right your own
reason in 60 words or less on the Local Entry Blank why we should pattern here under attack. standard of living the envy of the world.!
give you a new 1960 Shelvador Refrigerator. If our judges select:yours
as the best reason,you will get a new 1950 Shtbador'&,rigerafov I toW
Hoarded by MS and delmrrd right to your horn.
SECOND National Contest in addition to and separate from ,
our local contests, where the same words you write for the local .
Contest (or different. you prefer) may be submitted on the National..
Entry Blank and compete for the Grand Prizes of cash, kit- -
and refrigerators to be awarded by Croeieyl


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\ Miss ? % &?i a Mr and Mrs )M J. Hornnby .,i,
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Residence June Caldwell! oW..eria. twp 0 S, range 22 E.
State Farm 43 tJd1tor heap 29 Naval nCoifSurY north,y, etaoln etaoi, ,

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Mrs. Johnson HostessAt Miss RichieVeds Mr and Bradford County Tract of lane
Sr. at in the W 1-2 of the NE 1-4 of He.
WCTU MeetingMrs. Gerald D. Griffis The 17, twp 7 range 20 E.
Fe Mr and Mrs. G. W, Andrews
i or
W N. Johnson, President, The marriage of Miss Barbara i I'
emony Bradford County Wayne
Richie, daughter of Mr. and r K.
afternoon to May
was hostess Friday live
Hnzen of Jacksonville S 1-2 nf
the Laura Scott Unoln W. c. T. Mrs. C. W. Richie of Starke, and I'
I SW of the SE ,
quarter quarter
U. A Thanksgiving devotional was Gerald D. Griffin, son of Mrs. K!.
The sec 22 twp. 6 S, range 10 E.
Mrs. Johnson who F. Conway of Starke, was solem
presented by ,by her Kate B. Sheppard of Starke to
nized Wednesday evening, November
106th Scriptureverses
read the
wards, Mr and Mrs. John T. Dukes of i iNew
to the season 23 at 5 o'clock In the Pa non.
appropriate tendant, : : River Kl-2 of S E quartet.
each member, and age of Pine Level Church.
were quoted by ley of and the N W quarter of the S I'qual.ter
two songs were sung, Temperance I The Rev. W. E. Hall, pastor. officiated The of Mill Brunch lIec. 11.
Articles of Interest were road at the in the.
Cecil I 1 t-.vp 6 S, range 22 E.
:Miss Olive Ray read a letter writ presence of relatives and friends ,
Springs. Mr and Mrs. J. P. Baxter u<
ten to her by Congressman Char. of the
couple. The Bronker to H B. Stokes of Brook-
Bennett who was instrumental The bride, given. In marriage by .
wool er. Lot 2 of block 12 In Ward Cit-
in slopping the manufacture _of her father,"wore a gray and navy Her
sec 8, twp. 7 S, range 20 K.,
rum in Virginia.. I gabardine suite,Her >..houldrr .for .
In again renewing her member- sage was 'of pink rose buds. Mrs.

ship, Mrs. Charles K. Ensey of Alexandria The bride's attendrnt were chose a ,
VA., wrote a most Inte- Misses Gwendolyn McRae and Bernice shoulder

resting letter which was also Parrish. tions. __....... ___ .
member, m -'-- ---'- TARKFLA.Sun.
Another r "
read. honorary :
John Leslie Grlffla served ns I
Olin W White, was added to the best man and Vernle Thorntonwas mony a Mr. and l Mrs Roman Alvarez' Mr and, Mr.s. Roman Alvarez are pictured above smiling happily I I I Assisting; :t"the reception were j
list and dues paid. usher. home of observed their Golden Wedding' and cutting their Gold Wedding Anniversary cake against a back 'Mrs. \V. C. Rivers Sr., Jackaon'vllle -

Mrs. R. O. Nunnery presentedher Immediately. following the car, The Anniversary on ThanksgivingDay ground of long tables spread with good food. The feast was enjoyedon who cut the cake, and MM. ., :Mon., Tw..., Oec. 4, 5. 8
little son Robert Wayne Nunnery .emony a reception was held In the with with a dinner for more than Thanksgiving Day by: more than 300 friends and relatives who Guy Alvarez and Mrs. Thornton
as a White Ribbon Recruit, home of the bride's parents.After themums 300 friends and l relatives at. their'I gathered to help Mr. and Mxs. Alvarez celebrate. the occasion. Oliver, also of Jacksonville, who
and the President little Wayne's spending some time with a three farm home northwest of of Starke.Arrangem..nt.s Photos by Hollywood Camera! & Gift Shopa I kept the register of guests. EASY LIVINGi
Grandmother, tied the White RIb- their. guests the bride and groom with a /: yellow and Mrs. Alvarez, who before her
bon Badge of enrollment on his left for a wedding trip to south white chrysanthemums were used marriage on Thanksgiving Day I Mature .C: Lucille\ Rail
wrist. Florida. On their return they will In In decorating throughout the I huge U-shaped table placed in three sons, Ru.'us of Starke, Wil- 1899 was Miss-Mollie Conner, received Alno Short SubjtttUr
home. The table the YArd. Rev. W. E. Hall returned
Edwards was centered lam
At the conclusion of the meet reside near Starke where Mr I Wildwood, and Charles of guests wearing a gown of
with three tiered thanks and served as master
bride. a -
wedding cake"IIurround'd
ing the hostess, assisted by her Griffls operates a farm. ''arkxonvllle and their five daughters plum faille. Her corsage was of
Mr. with a heart-shaped of ceremonies.During .
daughter, served delicious hot 1 Mrs. Eddie Norman, Waldo, yellow roses.Her
.. wreath of
coffee and cake.SELECT. I !UDC! Chapter! To Meet In Mrs. with white pom native poms.fern, On banked either I the afternoon openihouse :Mrs Nathan Modling, Ocala, Mrs. daughters, who assisted. in 'd., ThurM., 11.'('. 7. it I!

With Mrs. L. A. DavisThe Brooker side were golden tapers In three-(' was held at which time'the Mary Dobbs Raiford. Mrs. Rod serving' and entertaining the I I DOUBLE FEATl'RK:

Bradford branched candelabra entwined wedding cake was cut andserved man Reddish. Starke and Mrs. guests, were gowned in crepe in I
W. T. Weeks chapter of the with native greenery. i( with punch Irvin DuRooc, Jacksonville. Also various fall shades, and wore i I I Cover The War
U. D. C. will In the home of The bountiful | I
Thanksgiving i Present with Mr. and Mrs. Alvnre present were their 20 grandchildren. corsages of bronze and gold pom
Mrs. L. A. Davis on Wedn..Mlayatt.ernoon dinner was nerved at noon from / on this occasion were their I I With John
December 7. 3 o' Has N poms. 1
at ANDShamrock
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clock with Mrs. J. E. Wilson and ,

Mrs. W. B. Mundy aa cohostesses. of The the .I B&PW Club Plans TEL Class Meets Deeds Recorded I NE quarter. of the NW quarter ottec. HillStarring

I Holiday ActivitiesThe 1 35, twp. 6 S. range: 22 K:
licious With Mrs. BarefootThe
Several. Division officers and l night Deed recently recorded In the Clyde Gassett of Slarke' to l'rKIU'( Ryan

!, other visitors. from Jacksonvilleare of Mrs. November meeting of the .. T. K., J,. class of the Bap- court house were: Marion D. Gassett of Slalke'l 1
expected.The was held Starke Business and Professional list Hundiiy School held Its month- Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Dale of New Tract of land in the NK rev
YOURCHRISTMAS Hlntorian's program will be served Woman's Club was held in St. Edwards : ly' business meeting at the home Hanover County, N. C. to Riwhn NE quarter of the. SE quarter. of,
"Old Fashioned Christmas." Some from Recreation Hull on Nnv n1'1I.trll. P. M. Barefoot. on Monday Davis of Starke. Tract of land in sec. 29 twp. 6 S, range 22 E. I FrU Hut., IHH9, 10

special music will be presented. 21. afternoon November 21, at 3 o' the NE quarter of the NW quart Frances Mcintyre Wllmm of I IKUBLK: t"E.\Tt.ItE
All members are urged to be J. B. Drlla Roirnnerjr, Melba Partin (clock with 12 members, present. ,or of the NW quarter of x<*c. 17, Starke to Mr. and Mrs. James L.I I
present.. keys. and :Marlon town gave reports on After reviewing their Bible stu- 'twp. 6 S. range 22 \K. Chitty of Starke. The a:' 70 feet. i
Glfr1eJ; Ing and the District meeting they attended cli i'tH plans,|; wrrn made to send Mr. and Mrs. Sol' Williams\ of of lots 23 and 21 of block 2. in Arizona Frontier
Wesleyan GuildThe Mrs. W. with several other members. in boxes of food to needy families on ; Putnam County, Fin.. to Joyce Dorvllng's Addition to Starke In
ford Atlantic Beach on Sunday, Nov. Chrlr.tmaa und for a chri.itm.ia Wllllanps of Putnam County S 1.21|,Sec 29! twp. 6 S. range! 220\:. I I With Tex Kilter
Wesleyan Service Guild of Stillev.: 13. party to he held In the church on of the N 1-2 of the. NIC; quarters 1 Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill of Bradford -
the Methodist Church will hold Its Mrs. E. President Pauline Torode appointed January 19, at 2:30: p.m. of the Nil: quarter of Hoc 26, twp.| County to J. S. Eunice of ANDAnother
regular. meeting on Monday evening i The Sara MrCall\ as Social! Delicious refreshments. were 8 S. range 22 R |,Bradford County. Lot 4t. In Wood\ GOOD FKATUKKFliw :
NOW While Our Stock December 5, at. 7:30 o'clock I friends Chairman and she chose on her) served by tho hostess assisted by i Arcadia Harris of Starke to lawn Sea 11, twp. 5 S, range 22 E "Can C'un Bougie" i: Serial!
(fa Complete! in the home of Mrs. P. L. Bridges. W. C. committee Melba Partln, Del Mrs, Fred Flume. Colar: Wlllliima of Starke Tract) Cnnal Timber Corporation to .
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BATH SETS ASK THE MAH WHO N: OWS Plans w..re' formulated for J Santa Claus Parade : -- _. .. ---.6fI!
Bingo Party on Friday evening,.: In ,Gainesville i I

PILLOW SETS youR ww Filled"r Hall.December 16, In St Edward's Saturday, December 3 i HOME S-'T A R IT I N G STARKE

TABLE SETS A Madge Mlddleton Janie Averyj I Santa. Claus: will I I arrive in
NffDS ,. ; and Lillian Gay volunteered |o. Gainesville on Saturday December OWNED FLORIDA
CHILDREN'SROBES serve with Pauline Torode as 3. Everyone con see him and & Market
REGUTA A Chairman, with. the Florida Child get free candy from him when he rocery
ren's. Commission in their work In parades through Gainesville( at 3
this County. p.m. on that date. AH children who SPECIALS FOR WEEK ENDING DECEMBER I 3, 1949
I A teen-age dance will be held wish to write to Santa Claus a-
Dec 9 In the American Legion bout what. they want for Christmas WK; KKSKin: :! KTIIK: .; RIGHT TO LIMIT Clir.VNTiTY Cor. Call I & Cherry Street
Free Gill Wrapping! :Hull with Pat Lambe In charge. can deliver their letters to him m

My personal Integrity and 1 An auditing committee, whir; person. KLNGAN'S PURE
,, by 40 yearn of experience: ) In 'Vllldred Sapp, Chairman. and Bety Chrlstr-a. will\ officially come to Be .1' 0 LIMIT ]
pairing Is your Guaraatit of :. Andrews and l Thelma Dlnklnn Gainesville through the medium of LARD Best buy in town. 14 C
Sullivan'sDRY In..mb..rll'nll appointed tomake a gala Christmas festival all day I PER> POUND 2
Ed Simpson the regular audit of the Saturday December 3. There will
club books with Treasurer, Lilian be free movies for the children
4 Seaboard K.R. Watch In : Davis from \9 to 12 a.m at the. Florida
GOODS Theatre and Christmas SYRUPGallon Dixie Lily; 49c
r... GEM Year books were distributed. at at 3 a with parade - - -
:this meeting and plans made for starting p.m. floats,
147 West CaD Street Christmas to bn1", and a real Santa Claus. A
party follow a
Starke, Fla. sr 1 short business. session at the regular f-ee street dance will start at 9 p. Pond d
RICE Best Blue Rose I2l/2c
meeting on Dec. Iff. I m. I - -
Friday night, December 2, tha
Ko-l l
Margaret Miller and Stella
stores will have In their wind
..... .. ... - - pelousoa served refreshments to license LARGE BOX
1-- : car numbers, and those who
.r rr. __ I the 20 .members present at themeeting. .find their number in a store wIn- F1 A B What a bargain( !tI 141 c
AT OUR FOUNTAIN i dow can pick up a valuable prize NO LIMIT -
FOR HERCOMPACTS on Saturday, December 3.
Fairy Tale ThemeOf Look for your car license number.1

r HOT i Y.W.A. PartyThe ,I I Feline Toilet Tissue (Facial quality), 4 rolls f for 29c

: Service Center of the

1.00 TO 10.00 "I SANDWICH 2.50 :; i Kplicopal a colorful Church party was given the by scene the WE BUY EGGS AND WE PAY THE BEST PRICES!

1 ___ YWA of the Baptist Church, last
j Monday "evening nt 7:30: o'clock.
Bill Folds
Amity Served with i Gravy .
The theme of the party was
2.50 TO 5:00Yardley's : Whipped Potatoes and 'a M, airy tales. and the young peo CRISCO I 3 pound can 77
of Stark
Steaming Cup
I ---- t came dressed. as character I It
Coffee fairy tales. Laughs wereprovided
CosmeticKIT by the diapers worn by t

5.00 .' t hose who forgot their. costumes u ,1I 33 BLEACH Quart Bottle 2 For 29c
50c After several games were en. - -
___ I 'f'd delicious cocoa and Indi I

SACHETS ...4.00 Those cakes enjoying were served.this affair!1! SANTA CLAUS I LARD\ (Home Made) 48 Pound Can 5.45
1.00 TO 5.00 ,..re Sue Biggs, Monty Hutch-, ,
-" I C/leVl 'f'fe' Old ", Clara Thomas, Alma Thomas,'
dfl1tl. Sets, Shaw. Shirley Shaw,I usual. ], the Telegraph will An
LADY ESTHER ,outstanding Special
: Brown Marian McRae, b<> glad to receive and forward to TOMATOES 29c

I SETS 98c Dodd McKnlght Dan Nancy Priest Knight Dolph, Santa from Claus nU the little traditional friends;letters m- No. 2 cans, 3 for .

I N. Seebe Andrews. Jo Ann
.4). Sets, I Bradford County. Just rent1
AMITY KEY g() I ; ., Jack Eaves. Jack Haz- I them to Bantn In cure of thi
Ovid Bennett David SUPER SUDS Large Box 21c
n Sammy
CASE 2.00 We Hamilton Glenn Conner Telegraph. - - -
the tint rereivrl
r r Carter, Clayton Strlck-
come this
UK I season:
Yardley's CosmeticS WRAPPED and PACKAGED I I Stark, KU FLOUR Sell Rising-Real 25 POUND BAG $ 49
land.WSCS Dear Santa:
ta, 3.75 to 13.50 WITHOUT. FOR CIIAKGE.MAILING( I To Meet I am a little girl and T
! r" II _-, I I'a rocking chair and baby dell for

,i OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT. ., ----------carries- a [ The,t WSCS educational three afternoon circles will at meet building.of 3 the o'clock Jointly Math The In I Christina Your-Ann friend.Starke Packh-\ni., FnDeir AJAX CLEANSER (Reg. Price 13c) On Special At 7V2c

' line of Pharmaceuticals to l <'.al offering for the afternoon Santa:
compound i/onr :
, DA used in buying gifts for i rm a big, big boy: have been LARD (Home Made) 25 Pound Can 3.19
'I I actly as your doctor has written the prescription. kitchen.. The three circle so good! I gn to Grandpa'H and - -

: prescription need in carefully attended to any I 1 something nice for Xmas. I'm
Green and Mrs. J, R. Waln-j;
day or night. \We are as near as your telephone.. < will be hostesses for the your little friend. SNUFF \ ret bargain!

J! Day or Night for xcrrice. .... I Merle (Frogle. ..), Pmckham. Jr 3 FOR 25c

Starke Fla

I--C B-P-EN E-R The Executive Board Board of lh.r,doll Dear I want and Santa a you doll: to trunk bring and me a a big big Van Camp PORK & BEANSNo. 2 Cans, 2 For 35c I

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Club of Starke will mother.
tea set and a stove. My
Thursday afternoon raid I have! been a good girl] An"B..nta Dixie ,
BREAD Have tried Pride?
r The Store Where You See Your Prescription at 3:30: o'clock. In the club I If you have enough money ( you ) - 10cPAOE

t. II ...... I witMlng.attend.All members are urgedto you can bring m* a pretty dresa. ..- -
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Mr. and Mrs. J. 'V. Edwarts' or I Mr. and Mr. H. B. Sullivan antI 1\11'8. F. C A IIcn. Box 22 t. J\IP-1( flitenke. I. IQ It''rlon. .lIly.., (11'n""RI Alfred (t. Nelson PI.intiff. v' KtIIthM I., ('leit. ,......t. nrad'.rC .'eNny.PInel.Ini .

I homestead have been visIting Mr. ; Mrs. Ida George!: spent SundRY InJa'kllonvillu iter Flit.Mien U..PItR'UIfU..I.'are 'IIIIr..d... 'h''r..la'Y..u ii, .itiPeCC. 00 .....N..I.nn... ..t ..If.r.nlan..........tI.... .t'ai....01 ,Nn..tI..;!.53O.'.I .Iuhn W lit"h.l.I Ia.l'IBlntl"........ v. V.1.1.'
;;; Edwards mother' Mrll. Mae Edwards visiting Mrlt. C. M. JUltnilR tteseent. IUO SF. .Innullr tuit.. I".r.lI. III t 111.. nh"'e '..pp..P. S ,I''I'F III" I"I.itftlltt 'a.1fo1lll1h J\I Alt'l,. I.f.nd"n., I'nso N... 1131.
ia&tiz "m..11 C''ou.'i .n.1 ..RU.... "V h..ren M. Nelson whose restlen,.,. .Is. tinIer .f '.,...11.......... .5,1 xel.a....
: who hall been Rick and Is nlll..on.W. Mh COIII.t. I..t Lataticrilalt'. 1o'la. !lull::,I it I I ft ltd.ha d 1 vol':. .. :fl'al, 1 fnrd 411 1 Tr..m"n.v.. "nut'. 4 tn..'K'. .. S..W "Ipi.ar. s'rs'rU. OF I'i.HtIiIPt ...
I "nw convalescing at her home onChery H. Nallman returned tItle. i't.nty 'Ee-ptrttph, shuill tihilt.lt. I hi.; .1..,... I KId.I 51' ,, ," tintS
H. D. Smith. sa Archers hope.one Otiiiin: next four weekly lesuie Yti 1'1' r"'IIII..d it. tIttear, oIl.IiintH. i I nI.lreee; ; I I.A 21111. \: ilIr KIr.t'I: :: Phil.ltlrpliii. .
St. \.k to hIM home In Starke from '' v (tiles. t.i' P''tnI .,! .. .
1"'I..K 81'\'il'/t Oil, Co.. :0I IltitI offiri 'if Sail. I I'M'!' iI'' Iit itlQV" ) l'.nn.ylvRnh:
*' titu- .III I II' Slit I k. 1"I"rloalt.I 1 hI,. Nt tlIuu'ii, i.n,,, I ttiI "U", ,'. wl..r..ln Yr.,iir. r"olllir..1, Ii' 0".1..nIlK.v
and Slats at business illilit-ar
Ct.ts Boots a to I
c;_ IN THE NEWS -_---- I..y trip Aahuvillo Plan : I NO'V..rk 5. N. Y. ::1.1. lttI't. 1IIIInilft H..ka "I".c'. .n'tr.'d. i 20". 11150. '0 'the utov.iuIittl'tI .
Smart I'\hol.I.. C. N'I .I..h\I.. smALl A. S. Tholtl". 'ititilty l.'giutli ehiull iuIIieh, this t'"".. a..1) "'101'" wh.....'..
niith Jr Box 2. Chat!- ; ;[ :
1I0r"" 'a .. : : : : I IWlln.
Clerk .t .111 C..ti I .
r .
I. rt'r
I it.tt for wet.It Iv leI.tti14 Plaintiffedt. I" 1'lr.lr"r"
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.. S. Hutto
F F' Mr. IInafrll.\ rst- ,Fr and Tills. 'V. F.: nowhlljt .tn,1'Amily ,ahoot, 'ICP'la nv ,1\ II "..pity. I. ..... ..tv p...lid AUO'' "rti..tn.1 I (:'..inty TeIeUrath I, ,i. pfltlteh till.OrIr '.
turned to their home In Savann..h.a" spent Thai,kagiving,: with Jib .1 I 11o'1I01t'1''',,". I II 19!' :Nt-a; ian lit Stark. .. l"1"r'.III.' I hue Nov I :: In l"tt. :,,,: : ':.:.I. lv lest,..
Mr.. EffIe Johns had 811 her Miss 7helmll Thomas. hits reo : I J I P' 1I'"n. I"t: ,. 10. B, '" 1P2I ( : ut r. "-t. ..11I1'ka"\'III. 1"1"101.II ... 1..1: ,. liii.ttl"Fit' \\1'n"HM I I "T,'' ItO iI ."'.'I "f"'I"a
IIIIJst Tuesday her sister and turned to her homo after a two Mond.y: lifter spending/ the Irs. DOIwhnjl' mother. MI.It. HoylI"tth"w8 I IA. .1 acksilIl: ill'.... Flit .\ %' f"r I'lt I.:..: it, 1 Ia.a:4: \ ) 'I.\ I. SIit.) A .r Thu"... seal I a' I ttu.rk... Fh..Io'. title NIv.
I Thanksgiving holidays hero with In Palittltu.Mrs. I .\ C""k or "lei Iti't' I I 311. Iil$9I !
nl'cell. Mrs. le n a McCutcheon weeks visit In Tnmpa. She was ac.companil',1 I 'n. 4'Ie.uutt t'.s',. Iirall.rI Cuu,', rh' JlIIV.'" I"r""b., I It) I "1.(0.1\1.( '.iS.tL) \ I 'Iittnas.
and Mra J. J. Gross of Jackaonyule ; by her sister Miss Ann Mr and MI'tI. L. S. Hutto and Mr. \V n. Hlille, I..rt Tu.by I II I ....1010.. 'n 0 IllInl.erw, I"l'nIw.' ,i.t't, '1'1. "II & 11.-. "lIt-' .1> 1'1,'." ..t "itJ i'oart.
I and Mra. H. E. Tucker. I Pro Football Theme I'iIe.tI.. II. W..lt... ''lIllIlIrr., .\1.01, I III'" :Niitl.tnI. "link, 'I'iII'II''g'' I.,, k. :I r \ ''' ''' '. I) f
Mrs. Henry Carter of Max- Beam \\, ho spent the past weekend I Gu..t or Mr. and Mrs. F. M to spend n wl'I'k In Miami, wiLtt I I I,.C'ul.t, ,''I ,'.,... S... "11"11'' "' : i'ldiIuttt ''I I t-'rn":;. I -n:, at1',- 'I'' Flirlt.
villa and Mrs. Randolph Crosby here with h"r parents. Mr. and her son anti dlltlll'ht r-in.h.w. 1\11' Of "Easy Living"At 7ria I. r,;. I'lf I iiI 41 I 1223 'AII fur I'lf it I22Ann's ;&
Davho last weekend were Miss M" sOil.. ..t ..u""..,..,.... ,.. I
I o\! t Ic to 1
of Lake CIty. I Mrs C. E. Beam.(1dhutren' and MrM. 'V. U. 1I1t1l Jr.It13s ,.......... ...,. ..I'll 0' 5I-OIII it S tot -- -
mia Anderson Mrtl. Pauline' Stone Park Theatre
I Mit raut t.'I I. %'ulfe. .. .
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Word and "h"e l'esiIe
ii. t
&diiwa. uitI:I sizes. end Mrtl. G.rge I. Thomas of I..rt-.I .Jae'ket's $ilD I I. 2"1" I I"ii'ey1tr. lIu,,". ""oluII1Io".. I.
daughter w ere Thanksgiving SI.lI.1.: $ .O.1. $3.1"' at n.\UKS- i Arch..r.I I at _\ltKSD.\f." A ,1"tif1ee .mnl fnotntli. pl"ye"I' 4 Itt I,,:;, I Bakery & Coffee Shop
guests of Mr. Ward' parents in I Ifr. are .q"lr..o In aniw-pir nfl
I Mr. and Mrs. 14. A. Canova and I !\ and Mrs. flti'hard ThO'.I" ,en.' t nll"'c.o'ii.n, wl1 II hi" 111I1I..l"If. .. J.. a. e. 1"9(0)'( I III 'hOl 1110.\1' nut iii.',!
Dixie Ga. .. tll''titii, III .btts'I.ivIii' :. Court IIn.1 to. tINS. W'.I.' .. I I
T. F. Grady has returned to New Sons Mr. and Mrs. ci. L. Fatten I Bon of Ja'.k..nvllle spent H"RlI.y PI uivitle tie .pPlt" S .11 I VOi'"'" 1 Ih.ndr..1 1.I"I"rt I .., t
;..ra. JennIe Penoyer, Mrs. Luther York after spending a week here, and son. George. Mrs. E. E. Canov't, I here visiting Mr. I-. H. J..ml ', 5!II I ring V lvi to' H..lul.I T.Io.r". "Itti ..hllll,,I I I.uhllo"I I I h Is U.t a ilci" Minec'nd Pumpkin

Addison Mr. and Mrs. Dave with Mrs. Gradv. I I and Mrs. O. ,V. Alderman\ spent Mr And Mrs. S. E. Sparks. sail LtitliIItoh 1.i"ub..lh H'nlt. ntHlH In'v nest It I stoRe four ni wet-kly y ".''III 1".II"a.An.1 otr""tA. I PIES SSe each
Penoyer, and Lorraine Du Bose of ,., '. 'runll. 111 I I h,' Punt .... --
:Mrs. L. A. \etJkly of Ocala wall Thanksgiving Day at the camp of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wilson flrnl > tiit'1ti11g, tip Stat-I" 1"I..ldll. lilt Nov
J.lcksUl'vllle were guests of Mr. : the Thanksgiving of I I Allen and Julian Canova the Tlll'Atro' lIndllY ::10. I'tOFI"LCIAT.:
holiday guest on Thanksgiving with Jutigi., anti MruiH. ( NI'\l.; ) A. J. Thomas,
and Mrs. C. E. Beam on her Mt-s. 'I ,, A''Ii'k. ('hot'olI'' I-e-Ialf'l:
mother A. S. Slrkkland 'Suwannee RIver. ThIrty members S. \VIJ.tOn In JI.onaon. JI.t"! c his I" Intuit 1.,10' n "r stilti I 0'utirt ''

giving Da.V.hIIdrcna. Thanks-I' at 1<:lnglllcy Lake ot the Canova family were pro- Mr and Mrtl. Don PatrAv of I thn 1'11111' 1'111)1' ot, I lit. N.", YtI kCIiit't's : T1".'','nI"haven I ... .Son"'1'....Itv... Scot" p.t &(' I I1nlll' I lit.I. I Iu And ('ream l'urrl4

(: Nhee. gowns. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Middleton and : sent on this occasion.Grantlina ,Gainesville U.II'I'I..II I I.. nil a in h tltlll' n.. II S"tlonOlI 'Iluitl, 1"11111"11'. I l.ti k
of 11ft. nnlMrs. .
were guests ..
.n\'III.I 111110'IIY t '
S". hiqiroorn .111'I..r. dN..r8 anIsbe&cra daughter MnrJnrlu Sue of JackIsonvillo Mon C1Irh.lmRJO (artI. tell,. i'hose Inl'r"Hta ,'Ifi.h'II" .
s I0.. H"z'n during th,' 11,1. alt \ ,lot lit I II C ii 1 I23In ('olfecindwkhes Home Made Soi'p & Chili
fur Xma. lat the Smart were Thanksgiving Day NO\V.-II..lly\H..1. ('arn'ra anti : iealltes: h" III Important! itPt. OPEN TI!.!. 12:30: ft. '.1
'd"y "I..1f 4'.. .... .
.i 1t.lr" ,
Sbol'pt'. gliests of Dy and Mrll. W. Mid- Gut I ,. nn'' j' An.1 . ( "'' .t'y.1 .
F. Shop. ('ititltoy- n..t" a1 1A1.. "I II" itA .lell'il'' I"i..rld Ia 4 h. ... . I.-- .--
Patel ---
Van and family had as dm. dleton. Mr and Mrs.. 1., A. Martinez and I Smart when his own pliLIlit r"i'' I III I -- -

ner guests last Thursday Mr..lUld I Mrs. .1. :M. Bl"Owllleeo Mrll. H. 1, daughter Betty,-Ielln. of Jatkon-1 Sb"I'I" fiat' w. 1111,1'1, '' ,1"1' h. Ia' 1/. 1':11': "' 1Ir ,

Mrs: Merton Galloway and dllugh-1 13nwnlee Mrll. 1\1. C. Sltth 1"1 yule were Thanksgiving j'ue81a: of hy problems thlll 1 lnd, to a I'I'ell ;

t..r, Linda. and Mr, Harrison GalIowa3 Misses Ml'lba 'Ingfell..w, Mr. and Mrs. Joe MRrtln..z. I ADDRESSESOF ,llanlll\\'i. .'Iitiiax11i .

of Palatka and CiellonCoaL4on SlIndy Stllh "pellt Tuesday 1/1 : Mrs. T. 101. Grady and MrN. INTEREST $cc.tt. is 1'11,1, ::0., :?\1:11111': I Iist '''' I :. .Buy Furniture For Christmas ..

ot GaInesville. I Jarkaunvilie I la Mantissa spent the rutvsgant. a'HI' IIl11hli"\ wife .

Miss Audrey Newman was the MI's. D. W Moore wall the guest giving holidays wIth relatives crl'l The following new. renewlt'' Anol "hllol Miss n..11. hut's, .it ".yiu'p.ith) .T "The UseFul GiFt"

guest last .weekend of her mother ot lu'r aon and family. In Archer Jacksonville and Fernandina. change of addresses rel',1' hy tic rolas the .I'r.tal .y t" h. ,

Mrs. J. .1. Newman of Madison.I I on Thanksgiving. i Van Patel and family have AlII the Telegraph will bf' ot Interest ninnhIger.Ii I

theIr /guest Sure..h Patel of Born- to readers: I .__ I I.i \\'l' hM-e It large; :selection or Pew vntternl4.ORTI.J .
India. Mr. Patel hall WillArd 1i61 Mlc..nll"I'k : :\ : : 5' -
bay Just yerelved Pass A 6 :s t s
.\ :-; : ) cOI.ons ANn DESIGNS: ;
NOW TONI HOME PERMANENT his diploma in Aviation Rood Tallahassee Fla. lIh""rl\'tI..n.\ tak"n on city ticigazine I

from Aerotech, OaklRnd. Calif. \Irs.. Sarah Jacobs 'JTl lIeh'h'k, i 1iulbliidiuil'lai'i. SALI: PJUt'l-;

Before coming to the U. S. Mr. St.. Jacksonville. Flit. your ord"N for :Niut. otretieus I Ucgular ..

TWICE AS EASY-TWICE AS FAST Patel received hIs B. S. Degree W. F:. Rlvlerf', 10214 Dllncy Sl.. al ...lIh..rll.tI..n.. "II h I

from Bombay tTnlvt'rlilty. Jacksonville FIR. (irttt't' IUta'l1

Mrs. M. C. Stith and daughter Mrs. C. F. Matti"" 12\\ Vest Ie- !Starke .I..r..a. I 34.95 2 995Come

Sandy, will return to their home vee St.. Brownsville Texas.. '

New Toni R ftH KK. New Photo In Wa hlngton. I). C. FI'lday at- Aida Marshall chang"' from 0- too t'l.ipl.hsi, Vlet'ul, .$..Cituirt.I h.......11..If.... C''.na''!" \II 'OOI, "C"

Method DircotionA: show how ter spending several weeks wIth blo to Box 1124. Punta 0"1\. I'ii.Sgt. I ,.It'Va. I1n..nk... 1'llIln.lrf. vi Iti.t'.rtI
,'. .. I'nit.. N" : :
Toni now waves many types\ of Mr. and Mrs. n. L. Brownlee. W. C. rritm I I..nk. I"'f.'n.ltt.. .111:1:1.1
Phlllipll. change itetle. ..t PuI.ll. .,4.I.... C aI '..II.
hall' in al little as 30 ; I Mrs. T. F. Brown and son, Emery Salina. Kansas to 301 AIr t'ili'e. a,....nr Stefe .r .',...1010. .I.t ill and see our ?tie(' sC'/'c1iml.
.i I" .Plant. "k". 1h"a,' i'eMilt.itPK .
I hula-ri
Mrs. D. Barksdale ..... ,
of Hampton visited Field. Shreveport iti 1I.I.h.. .... I. HilI. ai. it.tl.. rt
I W. Moore last Wednenday 10"1
-a- - - -
Chll.lrf'n'" rohts gns' n.. .psiam.as "
Set POw. TonI SPIN
Complete bands ..room. ..1i1'1"" "'". dru-s-uers and Thayer nlrch 5 BUR NER
Cu.ler. No more rubber ,
siseaters" for Xmas at the MtuartShopp.
I And 1I11pleBABY
-nil pla.u.all in.one I Ilnptl
spins .Io.\:\..with a flick 01 .. FREE !
hibng'; Col. and Mrs. Owen Griffin and I
*t29 i iIS daughter/ Pel uf St. Augustine OIL RANGES;

I",,, ".'as'S were gueats ntr.[ and Mrs. Lea- I
lie lallt Miss Sue I It3tggs For Free Removal
Biggs SundAy. Prompt HIGH I
f" DRUG I returned with them after I ,

KOCH STORE spending; the week'nd In St. Au.IIII..tine. I of Dead, Crippled and Worthless CHAIRS For Only $$79.95

STARKE, FLA. Mr. and Mrll. Glenn Wood and CATTLE
children were guests. or Mr. and I (( .'ver On Top)

I MrL W. C. Powell un n hunting 12 9 5

trip durIng the! 'rhanksglvlng I CALL 1 132 STARKE d tt" .
Every Branch of holidays. I mm: Olifl)(

II Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darby of I You would e'pc't"t
I w.w.tu.s. COJll !
INSURANCEWALL !' Ft' Lnkf' had house
1An' I tu( pry much more BUDGET PLAN!

guests over the Thanksgiving I Ifloildava I (Of t thia I chlllr !
Mrs. J. It. \Vnlnwrlght'and I FLORIDA RENDERERS !ne.ltifuImIeamiSsutseieuM.putitn

children. I ; 0 -

H. C. AGENCY to Miss Bob,. Jone't Alma College Thomas where returned"he AA.. /1" S ,\ i14icr roy C11N I) 0I IeTTE5': 11T

lit. a student Inst Saturday after i.!!!'!!!!,!,!!!!. !!.'! '! '. '!!!!, ..'tt'r. .....' .ette'aeos-e. '.. .
PU\SH; PHONE 146 spending,:: a we'ek with her parants. 14

Mr. anti Mr.. n. T. Thorn", !Denmark Furniture

Constant Service: Or.'er 50 rears- 1C10% tool S".at..r.. values, BENEFIT BALL 1 A.92: '

... Ill to S.'S.9' only $l.99 at n.'UtKS- ) ,II

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Mr. and MrA. W. n. Nollman r I !
JG'r. ,
had 8S guests (luring Thanksgivinia' ,, I

CLASSIFIED : : their aon -in.law and uso UUlJ..D1N(: S'rtRKiI"I.A.: .:. CoI'1QIi

daughters. Mr. anti Mrs. C. W.
= j Oakin... ot JseJconviile and Mr. I

rim REST: a.rn. ."t.-hot & colilwatar I Io'on 14.t LI : aa a"r.arm 6. ,'eututIuieo. And }f..II.V.. U. Boyd of St. I .
pvl. bath & ..ntrane. L. .Moid' 00l1.1oI ...; 3 "" 4 h. i Rate J Ji
UI. ".n.lneway. 221 ::I. 'fhompllnnH. gtI. ""'awl"'I"los, ititiIo; a few Peter"bllr KOCHs '
ateFiit W."dla'n I'",Ia. 3 mi.1IIt"I'.I IIW" of hu..h.a.awI..y Itea-near I I. P. Shepherd and Mn. J. E. I BRADFORD I IH ,

RENT, 4-rm & 1."lh* CottitMe.1I.o. C, .suIIo, $1-1'1. W ,\. Tyler, Ht. I I. I Miller spent IIIMt weekend' In Mon-
: .. &k.. box gee .tvp & heat.Yiirr I.iiwley Flut I Ii'I'O Ucello visiting Mr. Shepherd'
,. n..on.I". :lOt tI Wlth.rs. I
... Stark.. ltpPit *: I:l"r: '",I I'n 3-111I. "earuesltl't. mother who Is III. I G H I J JTORNADOES i J
.. furn. Shower: II< halt,. .I..c. Miss Joan Carpenter of Gainesvilie iU I Drugs
HINT, Now hrwk iungnlow I" rl'l.. '"a' coul.lllM & heatIng DRUG STORE
e.nyenlent. local I.'n. I'h J3a or 5r..neI front poroll. "I') on... 4'..11 spent last weekend wIth her I J ;
226. lip I '""1'11.11"... .tIi., .. J. I.. 1'11011111"1' ".. : parentll. Mr. and 1olrs. Junta Smith.
:21 I W Maulfr 'II "I alit, 13.9
.'stIt, 8AI.: New liotie" JO acrue ,I Guests ot Mr. and Mra. G. J. McGriff :
farm land 4 ml. IInlllh flr..rn; Cuve'"prln. :1.1 1 I.ATI 'q IuI-. .' IlIL r..r sat.." I 'ii : I'IIONbJ I'S TILl4 XMAS
.. on haWRY 11. AI..o 2-w".11 Onn .on1tin.. TomnyltawRy.1 j during the holidays were I : }: !!!: !!! !! -:3:: : : J
....mm..r..1. 1',11,1', lie pr.cn fl'omown..r 301 L.tfaon" \II'H'TP Pat McGriff and Mr. and Mra. UI Bob Lord & His Orchestra ___
a' tarn. 2p12.2
I I J. McGrIff. Jr. of Gainesville.
:- lEt'; II.'I'lM, fur rir
J.WI' UN r..ty-vtY your x-"I;; wiuti." Milk" Ideal, ytturkitchen unitunial Order your I'hotogvaptiio Christmae ,
1..I.vl.lnn eat ....I..y.. Cha. C. ; Xmas. gifts. $1.75 : pair.Iary : I mcdi at-itollyIood.. Cain INFORMAl.: : i"Q TOY TOWN
>lh.ph..d. Had" & Tol vl..lun. IC :\ AI.alvRY. aol I..rayall.lp\ I'
era and Gift Shop.W. $1.00 Per Person (tax incl.) I
:-ciw Singer $.wtflg MachineS Font HAI.Jo1: U..ry & 1II..k"l-. I E. "Faxon. or Florida South-j' ,
.'..ah & .valIahIM. In well eaahll.h..ol. fino itiencss NOW AT KOCH'St'OIItLETE
Terms are A I 1.1$0 3.b..r."na.. lmuee C"UlII..t.ly College at Lakeland and HenFT /
era :
thIs .cllon only .h.u"h I:4lntre: 1 8:00 P. M. Till ? I II Izu .
furnlah'd If< chain kll'h"n. ASI!> I IIt. Gainesville visited .
sewing Machlnc Cu.. 4113 N. MR" Prlo..1 will Manassa ot Y
rIat 0'
plRno. cx.ihatige
ton 5t.. Lake 'I'y, F.R. for %',trIte 0.I'c Mrs. W. D. Faxon last weekend .- -- ; : LINE: 0.
UO. wrIte or vielt nU', .hop.ph"n.1" Prtii-y., I "..ii ... ;;;;;::: ;;; ;.. :: ;..' .jj;, ;. .. r-
""n lot ki. 10'1. I e
P'al.N' &" Servl'e. care wll\\ ta9. Itp I I Mr. and Mr. W. B. Davis of I rl' BIG BEAUTIFUL DOLLS
your home upiuti. request FOIL !I\I.I- : 5 .lots wllh .In"11 hI"'at..d ,,"." Warner Ttobbln5 OA. w..re gueSts' ,

FtIt RENT close In: attractive -, nn hlw..y *16 inelde city of Mr. And Mrs. J. II. Moncrief .
For 10rur"'Io.n J l.)4tlco I.
Ihnlt. see
k Io..drm.... turn.fun.cntgn aptAle 401.. .n W ".,1'1 Fill., or wrlla 11.,,, 701.lIp"'I..rk.' J3.3d. last weekend. 'i 1 h TOYS GALORE FOR BOYS AND! GIRLS 9

Isbn S.. S.ark.. .f I IJ' I Mrs. E. F. Miles and Bill Miles, (

I <'$''-I..d.va r...ft ltut, icr till rnlolSOY. spent lust weekend vl"ltinlMrs.. ,
U In I.1a.. 11..01',
p.h"ly '' '
Federal Land Bank l'aperii will oh..w I. 1o..lnn. toM Miles' moth. Mrs. A. I. Brown
''r.. I1I1Ih J..l1n..II.,, \ulluotlna I In Macon. Ga. Saturday 1J..t'l'mhr ::1 i I Tties. & Ve-d.. nt.c. fj & 7 1 J
LovetIn "Store, "
lioase r..n Iti Xmas T Decorations "
FARM LOANS I Mr. and Ml'II. Harley F. Strong
: $.Iark. .wltd. ltpSELl. visited Urll. Henrtptta Maxwell ill I -. nQUnI.E 'EATUUE nIIU.I)( FI'ATIJHf: : ,' :
Term-Low JnterettSi
Long I ,
... I In. YOUR TIMBER Daytona Bench last Sunday I.I. 'ow, ON 1J/8PI.A J' -: ))
'. "Miss: l4"ank" lingerie
Rln'"s NOW i .n('Iy
Highest Cash Prices Paid fur the ..It'al XI1Ia. (.lft. Alat, I.I. -:.::
7.6 W. Main Stre'I N.GainesvIlle I rtbee, hose, I..ruo". .uilppi'resweaters. I (Cdol'flll Lro t'I'4St'P'iS - 7Vc) >>
I WII.I. 1HIYIN HULK stilts ...,11 .Irewul'S. at Ih"1

:SUISP INDIA 'IUI-A: AZA- 011 I-J UNIT Smart Shoppe.Dnnnid !lxl1'a: BULHS 2 fur Vie ). 1}
I.IAt4-maII II"'A w.11 ,oo' ol- Hay TIII..y arrived 'E' '
lute for 1 to II Inrh w..111 sun'j -
routed tl.&O$750 ft".n. Ant tautly L'DWLNW. PECK day to "f'.nd a 10 day \ : : 'fiee Stands tile! f I
; t
larKee. III... II.h.l.r.. .'..'." with his mother Mrs. Peggy TII.lev. \ A
............ Earl..l..n. .'1". If Or John W. Turner .. '!oi, \d
\. P. O. nos 46:1: before reporting to Jacksonvitin. : J 1 fo'uil ICICLES; ;jc & JOe q
."Hl RENT: I-m. comfortably turn Gainesville Fla. where' he ,swill be statlnud.Mr. .
.'nvenI.fl.e5. t t 0
"Pt.-mod"n. '" Cloul.C C. Wynn and Mr. Jesse New..nme .jennifer .l.ura. "an 1I'flln. 1411115J'rdtin 1.tJ,!
Adults Mrus. 1 -Inch Tree Ball lie Tree Top Angels -
a i ml. out l Call. Mt.S l !Send" me II p4lt4tcard and J and laughter, Evelyn and John J.. ;}

t'Efl' A (.001) T' ptI KITF.K YOU ".siIi come lee TOiL In Mack Valdost.l.spent the Ga. holidayS yll.ltInJ ASIJ t r Garlanel JOe, t 15c:, 2c; AflghI 1 Ifaii. ::1 OZ., toe
$55: Jtuu Rn tlnd..rwnnd standard ,
cJ..k mavhtne. In iu.I .ondilion... R U. Alvarv'I & Inn Transfer & BoY.001 Jackets 'L9.'I! atBAKKSD. AND NIGHT TRAIN t
Inquire. L..dford County TeI.utraph. .f 1I.a.. ro. II.n I' van going .n .'\LE'S. TO MEMPHIS r C.Iol'huuc] I"lOss; WI() : Ropin lOc & 2ie \
returning from' Txnna LkilsndlWIrt I Frontier Badmen \
i tIleJ,
r lItven, (,rando. Ceolhnnl'e MI" Joan Carpenter was t
0" SALE. IAO ACRES of fond %t.iIl Ittty ACIPfI d
.Picture. I..no' I lylnar I mIles RnRI. NRI.Ital west. .. ..,ffIt'e' l..a,1.qull"n..nl, or part 1"1'01 anywhere frnltreo enroute I overnight guest: of Dr. and "'rw ,\I... "sumphi.ny: In ", ,,lnR'h" ('*1'toun .'..rl$< :NIWS. ; I Large Variety Chrititma'J Candles r
.t A.ark. on Itrownles Phne 910r. It T. O. Ritch In Jacksonville Itut .
uno worth A '7 MIId Bill lIkkok"Sun.
timber' water..n maul"OII'l'ly.ito litre for. StlZ-2"tIrkcaIn. VtNTtl J>: 1..1' girl thigh .hool i Thursday. I, Ch..p. Thurs. & Fri.. nt'C.) X & !9 ( Heel %Wrt'athH : 7 inch. bc ; 12 inch 7Jc! !
Pt) n." 144. Sterk Stsrkg1
Mrs J. n. Godwin of
for 'nrk.
griIut.4 rutilnICt' AD1civ _
IlVI'T4K "' ...rk. lory Cleaners .. a..un.. the holidays with Mr. and I IMrll. : f -.,
'WANNF.It rfl"NTY It spent DOl/HI.) / : FF1tTUIfK: IIr

itwn.4 MRKlT?.. Ph..;210M.:00.1"AOI..n Uv.." hy.U"k...1.J.. "d'ru FI..'(..kjnm.I Wed 4.1. .1-u 'it lry pl.tl.I ritnr:: I ..rvpl 1I".aln II price cu. ft.$100.AI .Ira"rafrlg' I FArm.Mrll.. .1.. n. O.lwln of the Htlltr : K Mon.. Der. 1 & ;5I I II i"THE DOCTOR '= r ,., < I.arcswrtmcnt;( of Story Books, '

I' ...n"... Sea 101.... ... :M. flrownea Peggy Tilley 1I'f'lIt Thanksgiving II I i, "

HEWN WANTED SAWN: TIES .'I;I.''.'It ..SAl. Phone.;. (In"3-ring-4.12 hi". Etta-Evin.Itll1.1. -' Mrtl. Leland In- Jacksonville Atwn4'ui.Mr. : with AIr. anti i. I( AND THE GIRL" Ii r li \ Color Book, Cut Outs, & Biblf }9 9I }

or .
.,,,010' shakily toted.. a. It bargain.Cml'hs ... JJ..rth" I'carre had IUI : -
and : (laralf.. 2.11WI"'I -' guiateOn I I DAN DAkEY I''k 'C'IIaLE
DCnee Sap 'InlIIlKk !. Thsnksgiving DIY her son-In- GHI fDRD ( C CCBIIIORIh 9
Gum ,. : ),AeIIlNs:4: : new .4 reituuilt. -
and Mr. ant Jtnr.W.
Fur 'ft dcv. we will\ sell law daughter. NEBTRh[ [ & HAYEI JANE! WId I IT
'rlC'O'ft, .0.11.. our "ant. TaIko'.1 I V.," ft new 11"1r1" Merhine with, O. r..odwln. of Gatheaville.I.uvely NI) : CHRISTMAS CARDS---Name Imprinted FREE! }}
I 24-year gUarantee" 10. fR'ny snIgIv. ;3Jian i4aank" liilgerie -
Ay. 4; 27th Street.JACKSO.N1LE. yn.. a buttonhole maker f .
fleet nn lb.. mantel I.. (1. Item.ingway for the .ku-si Xmaa Gift. Alits i
.ORID.\ 124 lIu".h Thnml..n it2tpi.3 rotten. hose. bedroom slippers. C = .:aICA ( I: ALSO NAME STAMPED ON BILL FOLDS "

7z98t6't _..__ Sl.3Geaih .."_,....... "It. and drew at the I .... .. l.I
1.0 eaihS ,'''If tc"'IIT' : 7-.m. ho"... Kingsleytake Smart, _
t 6' Shoppe..ir. l
x 88' '
X S- S' S'. __ 1.03 C'ft4'b heal,.cook fun.stove or .unfurn.1cc. ,etr.I..h..... pet.p1. gas. "". ana 4aira.. W. B. S..w..U had J JAT
Free Xmas On All Gifts Purchased
Eppinger & Russefl Co. Ifaac.". .screened Call: 105.porches. double Up aM their daughter guests during Vlrltlnla.the Mrs.holidyethgtr W. Bt-t" illl Wrapping

........ 4..Iee. "a.. .......-. Irruri. hR.h.ItKNT: all: Iinfurii e..ny.nl.ne.hou... 'AlAI"f.n. .rm.. R. Quale. 81'. W. n. Quale. Jr.. and ... .j }; KOCH'S ,
,I KuppU.. .. eq".pm". Large _.IeClion. 8..n.. bans. with 2 bathe IIONI. Bill and Bruce of Pompano ''-1; .I
LAw prIces.. fJ"lc" .er.tce Ly- all "I.nl..n. Roth close Intown. "'and 101M! J. B. Cottrell or Leesburg. jUan "'Tbe Art Dt..tor". II.i:. _. I InJlrld Bergman. Ifumphl'f' BoguS I
"Non 75l1. Cd-Slav II..U R. V. Demo'.I. 111 Pak IC2'Uuyuui
Ions Vach. 544 It.IIoofl. Rd. If Place. B..r.. Up ..-- IC

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us pretty as a picture. which time we had our Lottie !. Clrnlt Covrt. Bradford Coup: i Philadelphia, Pa,I I Witness. mY hand and official neat.
this Nov.rab8J. ...
Florida Ckooverr. at Sterile, Florida
ear You are required to appear on
Moon Christmas and of-
FARMER'SDIARY LAWTEYI. program ('..,"..rlnn M. Moore, Plaintiff, va. Dec 26. 1949.! 111 the above named 1949. _
Mnde nome more progress an fering. Everyone enjoyed the pro U.">rim A. Moore Defendant. Can Court and cause wherein (OFFICIAAsaIlark A. said. Court;; .,
getting; our home fixed up. Papered .. II. Ftitrh gram very much and at the end No. 7(14. plaintiff seeks divorce, custody of fly Haven Ornnby, n. <.
thn walls of Pop's bedroom and of the meeting the pies Mrn. Gano Order of Publlr.te..e votive to minor child support and main- William I>. MorKnn Fifth Floor,

did 1 some more work In finishing made to nerve for refreshmentswere At"e.jr. "..t. of Florida tot tenance, etc, Bradford Clark p-ulldtnic. Ja-ksonv111e "U. ",
ELECTION NEXT: U REK' barge A, Moore, whose residence. County Telegraph shall publish
By Sam McCarvey up the bathroom. It's quits a Job The regular city election will toe carried to the home of Mr. la car F C. Cavteill Krla Avenue, title Order In next 4 weekly luaueii. AllY, fi.r Plf. 1..29! 41 UIII

i to rebuild an old farmhoimo Into and Mrs. Roy Green for their I ..........- --
held Tuesday, Dec. 6, with the following -
The author will bo glad to receive -
a mordnrn home, especially when Thanksgiving' due to the Illness of
h slate of candidates. For
Items of Interest concernIng you try to farm at the same tlmn. : Mrs. Roy Green.BIRTill.1Y .
A the activities of farmers In Mayor- -0. .1. Anders: for Mar-
II 't.\T but ltd a real satisfaction even If
rI UII a Kratlfitril. County.: Suggc-ntton may in shall W. P. Kemp and Harry I I-. DINNER

$ |M> left at the Telegraph offleo or progress slow.C. SnsHer; For City C1..rkr.... II A large Birthday dinner was

malliMl to Sam Mcflaney Lawtey, More cold weather this week HI1lor\; Alderman (two to be elected served Sunday at the home of Mr,

Y+ns Florida. nnd Alice's Pop shivered and tor two-yen term) and Mrs. Lloyd Barry In honor of
He' Chan. Dinkins and Winston Par. Raymond Crews Art her Crew).
I shook nil over the place. just

Hear that Bradford County farmers One of our neighbors lost a lot come down here from the North, rl..h. Carnelta Dees. Grace Barry and Never B-U-Y Before You T-R-Y

have about 800 acres In blue of his plants and he had to set out and he kidded tin a lot about the IN.irilK.1) IN .\'IUF.NT Mrs O. W. Barry. Those presentto

new ones, after putting out poison Sunny South. nut we like the climate I Three were Injured here enjoy the dinner with them
this season or nearly twice pennons Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crews
lupine While talking If does cold; i were
bnlt for cut-worms. here even It get Sunday when an automobile,
the acreage: they had In this rover about strawberries to one of the lonre In a while Jrlven by Joe Brown of Lawtey, and family of Alachua Mr. and ,11

crop last year according to County I farmers around here he said that I err collided with a car driven by W. Mrs. J, R. Crews and daughter' of "

Agent McClane. |we should not use pine needles for Butter beans have been nippedby O. riucker of Brndcnton. The accident Jacksonville, Rev. Billy I Kitchensof

Our 5-acre field of It is growing mulching but wlro grass instead I the frost although: the plants occurred at nn Intersection. Jacksonville F. O. Cox of LaCrosse -

pretty well even though It is hardto that berries are better if handled are ntlll alive and have blossoms In the middle of town. The iut-of Mr. and Mrs. Wlllio Watson 1 1
and of G C. 1
see because of Its very fins that way. As we always do we'll) and small bennn on them. Chances' : town car turned over three times family Archer

loaves. A recent heavy rain washed ask a lot of people to see what are that they will\ not make anything and skidded about 75 yards It was Barry of Archer Mr. and Mrs. C.
C. Dees and of Branford
out some but It looks as though most of them do and then follow but who cnn forecast what a complete wreck while the I family
and O. W.
we'll have a good stand. Hope that their advice about mulching. AndIn the weather will do? Nothing ventured Brown car wan not badly dnm- Barry of Brookar.

we do as when we plant corn next the meantime( It's work work, nothing gained as the saying aged.: < The Ruckers were rushed'

year owe don't want it to "fire" work In the strawberry patch. goes and wo,, tried a row ...fbutt..1' to a hospital in Starko where theyrerclved In (Irrnlt ('..a... Hradford fi, ..n<,.. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK
due to nitrogen starvation. You don't get anything for nothing beans and did not 'make treatment for their In- fr'liirlrtni. In ( bsnerry.Ignasio .
Ciirln Tureo, .
vs.HtftnlHlava ,
e r 'In thin world and chances are that anything yet but all we lost,"","l.ifomei furies and were later released Fnimneli Turuo De THESE' & MANY MOKK: GROCERY: MK.IT! SPECIALS SEE .JAX PAPERS

Got our new gilt from Mom's I If n grower gets a good puc,.tof, ', eee.t'< "tArtlllzel' 'fend'' time: fondant Case No. 7018.

farm in Jacksonville. It's a fine his.. berries he's put a lot of work, Cabbages/ are coming along fine HONORED AT NIIOWEK Order\"p.n.of. IMiMlcntlon"ATM 0V and'. Notlre).\ tntHtftnlHltiva to PRICES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3

animal and to show our appreciation -I time, and money into them. we'll have Rngllnh pens to eat The ladies of Lawtey entertained Fiiynnelch Tiirno whose

to Mom we promptly named .e. this ,week and we have, Irish potatoes with a stork shower for Mrs.A. renhlenri fnin-ellorl and aildreeM No In 35,via Trlente<*rlnlofor.i -,

her Henrietta. First thing the Chickens are starting to pay sweet potatoes mustard. A. Cook on Tuesday! of lat Italy: Fray Dcntos Regular 12 Oz. CanCORNED

young lady did was find a small for their keep now, and Just about rollarcls, green onions any time week at the home of Mm. Fred You are required lo appear on
Deeemtirr 19th liM!'. In the above Z9c
hole In the barnyard fence and In time. Getting an average/ of we want them. Moore. Hostesses for the occasion named Court and cause, wherein BEEF _
lead us a merry chase for aboutan about 17 eggs a day and that e e were Mrs. John Wyrlck Mrs Guy plaintiff. seeks divorce. Bradford

hour until we got her shut up should go up a lot when the White Finally got our compoRt pile Lee, Mm. Joyce Futeh anti Mm. ('ounty In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish' Unueo.Witness thinOrder .

in an isolation pen where she Holland pullets really start to lay started right this week. We had Moore. The honoree received many ) niv hnnd and official seal, 'Fearlestt Brand Tall Can

will be kept until we can get her Cut they won't get Into full production one started last spring, but it was useful Rifts. Refreshments of pie nt 18 Mtarke 1949. .Florida this November 2.9 C

over to Nelson Green and have her until we get a laying so darn far away that we didn't coffee and whipped cream wereserved. (OFKK'IAr. SEAL> A. J. ThnmaH, SALMON -
AII Clerk of null Court,
double treated. Then out In the boos ready for them and shut carry ntuff there so it wasn't lly Haven ........hy. r> C.

pasture she goes with the others. them up That means that we have practical. But this one Is right Aubrey Vann of T-impton, Va. T Atty Frank for PIG tjinclrum, Slarke.11-18 Florida 4t II-.*, Carolina Club 11 Oz. Jar

Incidentally as usual we have to Install a new dropping pit new next to the barnyard and It is visited the L. H. Hills\ last week. 21cSwift's :

to weigh everything we can on nests' .., but until we have disinfected built up with a form so that It Mrs. Bertha Bales visited In (''bids''.... will FOR bf ninnfleated received by I WHOLE DILL PICKLES -

the place but before we did we the laying house and whitewashed will be easier to handle. On It will.(I Miami during: the Thanksgiving: the Hoard of I'ublle Instruction of -
took her measurement and It Inside and out. That go all green refuse manure, etc., holidays. llradf..rd "County Florida, until 10:.
00 am. Monday December 8. 1949.
"guesstimated" her weight. Ourfigures project l.i well up on our list.. of along with some layers of earth I Mrs. T. J. Terry. Miss Elizabeth fnr the purchase of the following Premium No. 2 Can
showed she should weigh I things to do but since we've been and and Items of .gasoline utorafrit and pump-
some superphosphate, Terry Mrs Joyce Futch Terry 33c3Pound
InK equipment: One (MM". ....... vs.
56 pounds and when we put her I here we've never lacked work to then next spring; when we plant I Futch and Mr. and Mrs. Neilaan parity ..line storage tank.Bidder CORNED BEEF HASH -

on the scales she actually weighed 1 do. the kitchen garden we'll have and daughter Carol visited In *. are requested' to submit

60 pounds which with a 2 pound I ee. ,good organic fertilizer to use I Jacksonville last Friday. proposals Installation, for at delivery the action to!the bus Kite garage of- Can

allowance for the sack and rope I For Instance .we're getting rev I Mrs. L. H. Hill and Miss Mary- Htarke, Florldv, with an alternate -
to furnish. 6S
gives a 38 pound result or only : Also started to work on a small cllle In Gainesville proposal the aboveHMulpment
I Mom'H big/ sow from her just as Darley were completely' Installed and SWIFTNINfiFRESH .. .. -
two pounds away from our soon us we ran get a pen built to sheltered garden where we will last Saturday ready for use.nlds .. -

"guesstimate". As this gilt Is only hold her. Thin hog/ Is big she'll raise tender crops throughout the Donald Ray Grlffls.. who Is at returned mum to H be P.aliened Morgan.sealed Buperlntendvnt and-

a little over 3 months old and run about 325 to 350 pounds--and winter. Sheltered from the north tending Bolles School In Jacksonville of Public Instruction

eats like a horse we expect that we won't, upend a lot of time chasing i wind and with a southern exposure spent the Thanksgiving/ holidays Htarko day December, Florida,R by, 1941.10:00: a.m., Mon PORK SALE !

she will grow up to be a fine brood, her' all over the place. Going and enriched with plenty of here with his parents Mr. The Board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
sow I to build 11 shelter for her out In good manure we hope to raise and Mrs. R.. A. Griffls. Hoard of Public Instruction
er. I. the W
Working on strawberry patcli few weeks until she gets usedto I dozen plants some of which volunteered ,attended the American Legion 11-18 "t ,f.:,Morgan' Secretary NECK BONES Lb. e C

"all de live long day". We have the place and then sho'lhavA\ and some which we Fair In Gainesville lust Saturday. SHOULDER, Lb. 3Sc

only a small number of plants out the wood lot to run around In. All j planted and when it Is ready we'll I Miss Selma Eunice of Jacksonville -I In Circuit Court.' Bradford. County, MAULS, Lb.
Klorldnt/ In ( hnnerry.Ji'
but we're learning that caring for'' this HOW had 1 11 pigs nn a gilt we i transplant them and hope that rIVe and Miss Etilit Eunice of .ne !H MuUowan, Plaintiff vs. SIDES Lb. 29c FEET Lb. ---------2
strawberry plants Is a lot of work. pliin to have her bred to a fine ran keep the birds and mitts out. Gainesville were holiday guests of( 7624 lilcy' Ah'
Apparently cutworms got quitea registered Duroc boar and see e. their parents Mr. find Mrs. J. S. Order of Pnbllenlloit. nml Notice' toM

few of them and we're busy replacing -(what we get. As a gilt she wit, Tom our mule acted up again Eunice. >pr.... KTVrK OK. Fliltllt tot
Plcy' Mcrlowan, whose residence and Beef
those lost, building up thd bred lo n Spotted Poland China 1 this week and chased Joy 'nil over i James Phillips of Macon\ Ga address la unknown: Tasty I I

beds and loosening up the earth boar" find who brought good pigs Have some broccoli phtnts which spent the holidays here :with his Duo.You ra.
around the plants. Our plants arn but they were all\ colors of thn! we are going to put out this. wpek. parents Mr. and Mrs O. J. Phil. Court and cau.. wherein plaintiff

coming out in blossum and we even minnow, and we like to see nhrontl Don't know how well they will do lips HenkH, divorce, Bradford County
I Telegraph. shall publish this Order 10nCaHon !
ES. Daze
have some green berries on some. I that Is uniform In color and I but there's one quick WilY to find I Mrs! Nelson Blocker of Atlantic IrXnext four weekly I |Issues Juicy Fir.rida OPAL l .

the pasture so we're going to put; size. Believe that they bring a better I out and that In try. It's n vegetable Beach and Miss Mettle Harleyof at Witness Htarke,mv Florida hand and thin official November neal

him In a separate pasture from price, If they are. which Is fairly easy to grow JackHonvllle were weekend 22, lll'l.! *' I Green l I.>" .

now on. Seems ho does not dhow e.r (at leant It was up North) and It guests of their parent. Mr. and (OFFICIAL SISAL) A. J. Thomas I.b.t I i CABBAGE 4(,
An Clerk' nf null! Cuurt. TOMATOES -
the proper respect for a future On n't talk about hogs; without .Is really delicious. Grow It like Mrs. A. H. Harley. ry Haven Crosby, I). C.

mother, and we don't want him,mentioning Lily the fencn-huster, you do. cabbage.l LR Wednesday, following the Atty.'f'. Frank for IMf.T.andrum Blarke.11-25 Florida 4t 121In

to do anything which might harm She Is now In practically solllaiy And speaking of cabbage, one Prayer Meeting hour at the Methodist Heads LETTUCE 2 For 19c
the calf on the I of Circuit Court. llrndford County: Large!
way. confinement, where she will slay, our neighbors carried some to Church the members wentto t Florida' In < hnneery.JUrtlm ,

we hope until wn curry her to the Jacksonville Market this week. the piiiMiuune and presented Altman Itolinrtn. Plaintiff' ___ __-., -a.aPriest's
v.. Kelly Rober(., 1)'I..nll"nt'a..... -
Gainesville She broke Into the lu-, He really can grow cabbage: the pastor and family with an old No 7821.oriler .

--= pine field, and that was the lust i j i. time pounding. This l.i a yearly off I'nbllrntlnn. and Notice' to
I I < .... s T,'. .., OF1 PI.OIIII' tar
ntntw no wo .shut her. up in a \pen, Tested the earth In our Pole custom of the church at Thanks Kellv Roberts, whniiw residence and,
.. .... with u small ol"'nlnHn/ that hur Mourn patch this week und as u- giving The pastor expresses hu | address In box 221-A' Route 3, TOYTOWN Is Now OpenA

......... W.J':: pigs can get pasture. Her pigs by Biuil found It to be on the acid thanks to the church \| Georgetown You. are required"South Carolina: to appear: on

'- the way are doing/ fine and nro ride with a marked deficiency In Miss Ada Edward, spent last euHmber 26, 1949. In the above

phosphorus This Is the second test weekend In Lake City, the guest I plaintiff named Court perks and divorce.cause Bradford wherein I Wonderland Of Toys And Gift Good Will Be Found IIIPriest'

,we have made on our moll and the of Miss Libby Morgan.BROOKER. County Telegraph, ibnll piibllnhthin Make Your Selection While
Order In next 4 weekly limuei.WltneHM I Stores. Come Early And
results are almost Identical. Of hand and official..'
A DependableLife course our testing kit Is mall and nt 22141."Ktnrke. ,mv Florida thin November Th? Stock Is Complete. A Small Deposit Will Lay Away Your
not to accurate but neverthelessit OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thoma
Preserveris does give us information, even A* Clerk' nf said Court I Order Today.DOLLS.
Tly Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk
: If It only proves what we belelve By Iva !Mae ieultMrs. 1'. Frank nmlrum, Stat ke FlorMn.
to bo wrong. Atty. for PIG 11-25 4t 121In
rerHad .1 Christmas Cards Wheel Goods
I in ....
Important .n emer- tart ran slue. Cleenlt a. .t. Bradford County.Klorldnt .1! -
TMUTI 5 for So up
our first fire ,scare thij Ophelia Moore and son of In Chnneerr.Ieon With -n elopt',
gency. You need dependable -- --'j I!I week when fields In buck of our I Ptnrke visited Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Itan Sterner N. Sterner Defendant., Plaintiff' Cane, VN. T.ll-No. hexed cards.. att:

Automobile Insurance farm were burning and we wanted Mott and Mr. and Mrs. Emery 7622Order. I5c251.20c500580Buy

to keep It away from our wood Lewis Sunday. of. NTtTFl 1'iibllfntlon<>K KI.OIIIII1 and Notice. tot toAppear. your canal anti write than

before an emergency occnrs. Louis R. Dean lot. Wn know thnt some folks like I Mr. and Mrs. T.V. Mnrkev I.llllnn Sterner, whoa renldence. time Moll thorn nearer Xmas
were called to the bedside of his nnd address In 3511 DeKalb 'Avenue
to burn off places and some) don't. lirunx, New York:
Buy it now I TAX CONSULTANT.I500KKEEPING and tho thing Is that we may wantto sister Mrs. Rose Jordan of Jacksonville You art required. to annear on "DECORATIONSEvcrjthlnic
Thursday! She Is st'll In December 2K, 1019. In the above I
burn off our wood lot or our named Court and cause, wherein to decorat your
Charley E. Johns sedge /grass field but' we would a /serious condition. We wish hera plaintiff socks. divorce, award of
children to defendant., etc. Bradford home> and the tree Tinsel'
like to do |It at n time of our own speedy recovery. thisOrder
Agency SERVICE.: County Telegraph shall publish 1..1..11. Snow, WreAUin... BrtKLight .
choosing and not hccaiiiut. sonic- John Mott of Rnlford visitedhis In aryl four weekly' InnuM
Phone IS UTARKK.: FLA. mother, Mrs. Bnnle Mott last WltnenH mv hand and official Sets, Extra: Bulbs", TrivDalU
S one Blurted n fire and let it gi-t "t Htnrke" Florida, thin November
& li nonl Ic),
weekend. tl. 1144OFFICIAL (Imported <
out of control. Rut, anyhow the r
Mr. and Mrs. Stokes of ( /HiL; ) A. J. Thomas, could want
.. 120 So. Walnut St.STAnKE. wind shifted and we did not getthn I Dewey AM Clerk of Haiti Court anti e\erjthlnn you

... .... I''LORIDAFiPiiLcThf tractor out and rut fire Innosus Jacksonville visited. Mr\ and MrsHorace T riy Frank Haven.cro IJtndrum..bv. n Ptarke.c. FTorMi.Atty. AU PRICED KIOHT!

wo thought would! lie Stokes Thursday. 12U r
nucuabuiy. for I'ir. 11-25 4t
(-UprcMRtlng- THE TRAVELERS. Hertford ''III .,-, .".."..... f"'or. ." -. .. ...,..... C. I IMalting Harry Edwards visited his.. slater. .- Wrapping MaterialsFur
Mrs. n. G. Miller\ of Jack. .LIlTV
I headway on our program that ChrlxtmiM. Rlfty look
tn rid our farm of rats andmice. .som-llle last weekendMrs
i Zadrr Dchnse of fjultievlllo EXPERT yon will find just what you are
iI j Scarcely a day by thai
goes Santa "KK'p YOUIIK A-
I Hay.
I visited Mr oml !Mrs\ linyfiroen liMiklnv. fur' In fhrUtmaa puxT| ,
| :>
wn don't catch sonic either, In .1)u ) .
nu'rk-a \\ht'd UixxlH
rolling on
rap! nr hv poltum. It'll be a good Sunday ad/o i \Rig\\! Line Of nouIade: ItyllonuTmn t,lug ribbons. (aK*. waN, etc from I'riwtfa, Storcn.
Mr\ and Mrs. O. J Mott and
day for us when we can go Into)| ArranhtwIdeal .
the fefil I shed and not find It ail children! nf RalforU visited Mrn. Sayni CANDIES

.i o._ manned up. Then when we m>e nuke, I nllnlA< Mott Sunday.Mrs. Natural llouton V.xiNl ami Bulk (.an..I.... VELOCIPEDES

we'll\ start all over again untilve"". \ lU'ita Brown and son nt -t"ICF.SII AND: TASTY!- 10-Inch front uhi-rl--"*.V&!J
visited Mr and !Mrs Sun Kiihrx-r .
keep: free from them. High Spring 12-Inch front h..I1O.l
Shine' Mntt\ and children Sunday.
e Our dulls are the holre of the TEA SETS and up for lrli. moiti-ln.
Mr. and !Mrs. Ovid Guno and sou I
#..*- Read of a farmer in North I l>.n- Nation: and whether >ou wont I. -llthoKraphed. inetaj wt ."!1) Urge sizes available up to 20-
and Mr. and Mrs. M. M\ Oiinn of RepsSERVICE
kita who. bought mime midget, Gainesville visited Mr. Trod Mrs 1 1ChaR. a doll l for 4Ue or $8.93 you l-po. aluminum wt-8'Jc: |I I Inch front uh<*rl.INxlal .

dairy cows which were only 21" R. F. Gano Thanksgiving./ 1I will find) lHttrraluiB at the Other aluminum seta fl.OO up Illken $'>.-
IH h.. I
ilgh. /going to product condensed -
Mr. and IIrll."I"v Crews of PRIEST'S STORKS.:

milk? taw-ley and Mr, and Mrs Wash!i C. : Story Books Doll Carriages

good farming Davis of Sturke visited Mr.: and t tMrs. I Hi-Lo Bldg. Blocks Story, print rut-oat booksfor | Fibre Carriage $4.05 A op

\ T. S. Mann Suturday.Mr. ShepherdAt : the small. child and larger Fibre Strollers 94.03:

starts with \ end Mrs. A. A. Hazen: of I S9t9<-8co.! BnI:4'f1: hips .: girls lOc to 59c f j fBox'd Folding; Carriages 93.01: it op

.. HOWARD'SnRUr Gainesville visited! relatives here Gay's Service Station American Bricks 89c & up :Metal doll\ Milky. with rubber

1: good plowing Sunday afternoon American Lees $1.00 & up Handkerchiefs tires $L&ODoll &
Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby' of
t3c-2:>c-49c handkerchiefs for the Walker $2.59:
Dearborn LIFTTYPEMOLDBOARD r. ndnn visited' Mr. and! Mrs. .1 I.1V.. Archery Sets Roxeil
Thomas Thanksgiving Mechanical Trains $2.89 up \\hol.. family 2"c,, Strr, <49o< up

Mr. and Mrs.. Elton Taylor and! Skates (ball bearing) $2.29 -.- WAGONSSmall

PLOW CSCaI sin of Worthington: Snrlngs vis- LISTEN I )Plav Stoves 79c & up Daisy Air Rifles Red Wagon: :8Tr!\, $1.. 9,

p 'ted airs Sonic Mott Sunday I-oi-.s Marx Aluminum Single Shot .oo $3.80 & up.

evening.Mrs. IN C JS E O FSICKNESS Tractor & Trailer Set $1.S9 Bell Ryder Carbine ((1000 shot Wagon Body 134z30134-tn..
No how much disc and
matter I
barrow you cant correct:you a poor \ Clarice: Strickland of !,... Beginner Skates $1.69 Pair repeater) - ....9$ 2-tonn spoke) wheels $7.29

plowing job. So why not get a plow Crosse visited her sister Mrn. It OK ACCIDENT Daisy>> Pump Repeater $&95 Body size I.YJ.S5" 4' P.95

that gives ;you a good job In the E. Hazen. Sunday afternoon.Ed I Imported Figurines ---- -- -
first plate CJ-Uney of Plant City and U WHO
BIBLESComph'l. Games & Puzzles
R. Galnev of Jacksonville\ visited Itviiutiful line of ImportedChina I
This Dearborn Moldboard Plownn
be altavlwd: (o a Ford Tractor 1 Call on IM for reliable drug Mrs. II. P. Galnev lust l weekend Pays The Bills ? Cilft No\rlllr at> .. Itlblen from I5c t<> Hundred of Game: & POLI t'S

In one minute lifti and lowers by and health neeN at worthwhilenavlnjn. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Sanderson! Protection 100 Uc sUe 91.00 95.00 10r-ZAr: --.S9r Jt np
the IrM-tor Hydraulic Touch ConPhone or ta w III.nrrrlr. and don Monroe of Tampa visited For Hospital!
Irnl. Denlgned to give ran iwrt nndprolilrniM. We pride ounelve on Insure The Florida) Mutual
<>r ,u relatives lost weekend. Mrs. San- LAY AWAY YOUR ORDER
depth and cU'Hii, weU-iuru'd! furrows Ur. oft !
.ad p.K* the *>. the ocrupulou evactnewt wMcbgora derson will\ be remembered here! Way
nelerllon nf size and .
with a ...d Ilk. !. anew you
boltoin to Lt every. oil condition mad Jour farm .bells. Info every itlngle rr1p- aa Miss. Eunice Hazen. LOCAL AGENT
We are proud to announce thearrival RAYMONDP.
tint we fill. of a baby girl Nov. 2.1th G.

to Mrs. Doris Kelley.W. Box 95 5c TO $1.00 STORESC.
Temple Avenue Htarke' .,.,

lUG W. Main St.. South --Gainesville.-: Fla. the home held of our Mrs.W. R.M.r"S.. Qano social at at ..... ....-- "...,.:' : .....- ... ......-- --,. ->.




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I !' r,n. FOR mix ,| ", 10. 1160. mltttne; nritp. ..t>als. may b.. ........*)
Presbyterian Church Deeds Recorded I fu-al,,J bids' will be received by ;I 1.1"Bidder* are requested to submit I I by writing to lot Superintendent.
of PublliInstruction.t I"O. Box n..
the ltomrd of Public Instruction ofDr.dtord 10'01. for furnishing ""'011". I" tank Hturkrl,,ridx, or by nalllaaTpersun >..
11:00 o'clock 41llly! Deeds recently recorded In the j ,I alternatepropofwtl
car raparltle
Morning Worship' County. Florida, for gaeollne an at Such oftlca in th. coaatr
l Holy Communion will be admin- By Mr*. I court house were: motor oil. lubricants and ether i nf 1000 a-llona to supply each arasolln other In pro.ducts lots o>urtht.us*
t N Istered. Every member l. urged t tI Mr. and Mrs R. R. Middle Dtooks, ,petroleum products for u.e In publicly i, to b* purchased and delivered N.> bid other than a .*.1... bid
I'I I .. required by the Hoard will.. h* acceptable and only pro.
to be present. We Invite ,of Leon County Fla., to G. E.j i owned school buses operated
visllonl, A bountiful Thanksgiving din hide must bs altr""" sealed and posala submitted on bid form furnished
who would honor the I' ,Crews of Union County. Lots 47'1 'by th. County Board and fuel >li returned to H. t*. Alor...". Superintendent by the County Hoard will b*
I ner was served at the home of 'and keroan tot ua. by schools Ibalrequire of Public Instruction.Starke. considered.The .
: and 63 Woodlawn.
Christ to participate with us. 48. sec
I Mr and Mrs. F T. Abernathy on the u>* of such fuels for Florida, by 10.00 ..m. Monday Hoard reserve* th* rl.at to
k p.. 31 twp. 9 S. range 22 E. j r>.. I, .
kt Sunday School at 9.o"1auesl: Thursday of last "week. A large I heatlnapurposes.. Bid are for such -ember "ft. The sue.-ess. reject any ur all bids.Hoard
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mkddlebrook I quantities aa will be needed to Cut bidder. will b* notified within of Public Instruction.trarlr .
for children and adult The Fel- table was spread in the back yard meet the requirements of the < I Ity 0 dare after the bid bays been | .>r t Churcher | Methodist Church |lowship Class for men and women|and was loaded with a big turkey of Leon County to G. E. Crewel I jj from the date of the ar4u of'I submitted.Th i' Morgan, Secretary.II .
will meet In the Church at 10:001|and other good things to eat. I of Lawtey. Lots 33. 34, In sec. 31,| contract to the aucceaaful bidder to necessary. bid forma for sub. .,II It

Duties of Christians" The December emphasis for A.M. ( twp. S S. range 22 E, In Woodlawn. j
Those enjoying this event with! ,
thly subject by the ran- I study and preaching will be, "Our Junior Fellowship will meet at the Abernathy. were Mr. and Mrs.I!, Nancy Starling of Bradford )

a First Baptist Starke Faith In Christ' Thin will take us 5:30: P. M. We express our grati H. M Abernathy and children of County to Bennett K. Wilkison. /
Jr. of Lawtey. N 1-3 of NW Jjjj y_
morning this month. through Christmas Sunday Please tude to Mrs. R. P. Stubbins. our Hampton. Rev. John McKinney | I
quarter of the SW quarter of the
rend tile booklet "Our Faith tnChrist" hostess last Sunday. This Sunday and children. Mr and Mrs. Leon
'gular hour of worshipty SW quarter of sec 27, twp. 5 S, See The
this week. Then re-read
I Mrs. Seymour Burdette and Mrs. Wynn and children Mr. and Mrs. famousYlCUfiCUj
at 11 am. the nics-it for daily study throughout the Ronald Davis will serve as hot Olin Graves and daughter. Shirley, lange 22 E. 1

be "The Duty of Dl e- month of December. The sermon tesses. We are urged to come of Daytona Ileach. Mrs. Bunle Jessie T. Stewart of Allegheny

(rhe adult choir will boy I,subject for the 11 clock hour early In order to make the trip to Broughton and daughter, Mr. and 'County Penna., to Mr., and Mrs

, Mrs. Luclle Green':Sunday morning will be "Salva Gainesville for the rendition of the Mrs. Buddy Stokes and daughter Vic Frees of Starke. Lot 1 of RANGE

Mona Canova at the tlon Underwritten". II | Messiah at 7:30: P. M. of Rrooker. Carolyn Rodgers of block B of Mt. Pleasent sub-dul- DUTCH OVEN GAS

'I Sunday evening at 7:30: the ser- Music Lovers of Starke are In-1 Waldo, Mr and Mri. Bill demons/ion on Silver Lake.
mon subject will be "Believing Is Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Peters of
irst service at 9.1th"l: vlted to attend this rendition of and baby of Jacksonville Mrs.
nes age will be "Back Seeing". Moot of your life you The Messiah by the Philharmon- Mary King of Hampton. "Mr and Alachua County to Mr and Mrs.

'rom the life of have probably heard that seeing ic Society and the Department of Mrs. Flake Watson and eon. Gene. Robert Rose of Jacksonville. Lot
In bt'lieving. But it In also true 2 of Indian Beach sub-division of
i choir directed Mrs. Math Wasdin. Mrs Ivey
DIWld'l Music No charge but a free will cm ON
ova will sing.re that believing Is seeing |offering at the door. !Broughton Mr and Mm. Buster Silver Lake.

the requirements For Attendance at Sunday School is| The Friendship Class will hold Sullivan and children of Day- ,. 4
Important for all There isi tuna Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Forest,
Each Sunday ages.
and Social ',
Monthly Meeting I droll r e.rt. Hemdl.rd: ( matt. )
a class for | Reynolds of Jacksonville Geraldine -: .
" Hour the Pastor you. tonight (Friday) at 730. rlurtilai t haaeery.inl
sa one of the requires You are Invited to worship with j Starling. Mr. and Mrs. J. A.j i .* U SulllNAn. Plaintiff,, v.. Cath.erlne .
Christina Sullivan, Defendant Case No.
play practice on WITH
week at 7:30 "A Bro- Starling of Daytona Bench Mack 711.
" Tuesday night at 7 o'clock in the,, of Order. ef PahllealUaj and .Istle* Is.tea.
Abernathy and Claude
- evangelistic message i us.St. I church. Let every member of the May .... "T 'TK OK rTOHIIIl ..,
the congregational rent Mark's EpiscopalRev. Hampton I I Catherine' Sullivan whore residenceI
cast be |
present. care Marl.l lt.ll.-y, 4TO stonewall -
cnorus period withe B. E. Mmrnomn, B.D. Vicar -John Warren Kaufman. Pastor 1 .Street Atlanta. lleoritla.You y
at piano and Mrs. are required to appear on 6AS I OFF
i December 1Mb. !.... In the .b..".
he organ. Sunday. Dec 4- -9:45: a.m. 'LAKE GENEVA(; named. Court and .....-*, wherein.
Christian Church
School meets at 9:45: Church School, nursery through I I I'ounty plaintiff Telegraph seeka dlrorr shall p.bllehhUOrder Bradford

. than 80O atudlng the junior high. 11 a.m. Holy Com- There Is always a welcome at Kf Blanche Cunningham .In nest mv hnn.l four nod weekly official I ..peal U HVtltnma

ted by a staff of more 'munion and sermon. Consecration the friendly church in the heartof at Slnrke. Florida. 'his November 11h

fleers and teachers. All members askedto town with Bible School beguning Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forsythe and IS. 14* ;
Sunday. are (OFFICIAL !IF.\I \ J Thomaa.A .
: Unions gather at 6:15: : bring their signed pledge cards at 10 a.m. With classes for every guests. Mr. and Mrs. John Wild of Clerk. of nlJ' Court. WHILE BEING -
Py IliTrn Cro > ft. COJ..h le
ng In church member- for 1950: to this service. The age group. If you do not have a Connellsvtlle. Pa., were recent i ... Skipper.<< 5JI CralmmI ry
Unions for all age church Is open dally for prayer church school why not Join us visitors In Miami and Marathon.|I ....,htl n.. Jarkitonvlllo., FlurMn.. DRIVEN THROUGH
I for rif 11-11! tt IS-
and meditation. Sunday morning In this study to. In Miami they were guests of Ally

lay 7:15: : Mid-Week Sere gether. We are sure that you can :Mr. and Mrs. Walter Forsythe. -- THE STREETS OF 4"

than 800 studying the PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS10th go away feeling that it has been their son and wife, and In Marathon .. IrrvH (...: Bradford CiatriKlorldai .
good to be there. I of Mr. Forsythe's brother, !. I aa.eery.
find :
egularly this hour St. and Temple Aye : I Nnlllo 1*. lluhhltt. Plaintiff u. THIS CITY C. ,
Charles and wife.
test Hour of the it 11 Frank Dabbllt. tH-frndant CaixtSo
Week Morning Worship begins
!Sunday! School 9.45 a m.: Morning After 7611Order
al ;welcome Is received 11 a.m. The Lords Supper at 11:15: spending several month. .( PabllrafloK mad .(I... I.
a. m.:
> attend or worship reg- Worship a.m. The minister :will praech on Ii with his daughter and family. Mr. '........ T11K: OK KH>H1I>.\ .lKrank
Services 7-00 p. m. Everyone and Mrs J. L. Snow in Sarasota Flalihllt. whose r..id.nce and
he First Baptist Starke. welcome. .the subject, "The Cost of Disci.pleshlp" addrvim la It* Anhton Avenue, t.lll-
or What does it take to C. J. "Dad" Forsythe is back In Uen. New J..r.*vt
Lake Geneva hU You ar. required to appear on
again greeting
4GItEGAT1ONALIIODIST CHCBC1I OF GOD be a Christian. Il."'.mber l!>th. It.,. In the ..b..v.n.m..d rnfioffSa2
old friends. "Dad" is In his 88th herein S/g/b;;' DeAoas/
CHCRCHi Rev. L. S. Williams Pastor : Christian Endeavor 6:30: all Court and cause F9
reeks and
i: year. He Is the father of Ray For- plaintiff' divorce eua
i tlrst and third 8th A St. Clair Sts. young people are Invited to at. tHt. and control of minor childKradford
sythe and Blanche Cunningham.Mr. .
night Sunday morningty Sunday School 10 a.m. tend. I and Mrs. T. M.: Finley and publish thla County Order Telegraph In neat chat four! Between the hours of twelve noon and two p. m. next Saturday -
Worship 11 a.m. .
night 11 a m. and Sunday Morning weekly issues.w'ilius
Evangelistic services at 7:30 at .
: daughter. Martha Sue and Mr. mr hand and official ...al, be driven throughthe
7:30 will
Congregational Metho- Sunday Evening p.rn.Y. which time the minister will preach|I I Finleys sister Mrs. Floyd Ham- at Htark. Florida, thla Novemberti. a Maytag Dutch Oven Gas Range
i Brownlee Road.st P. E Sesvlce Tuesday 7:30: p.m. M4OFFICIAL.
on -
7:30 on the subject: The Church Its rick of Jacksonville, spent Thanksgiving ( ".:"1.' A_ S. Thomaa.An streets of this city on our delivery truck. This revolutionary -
Griffla pastor Player Meeting Thursday : p.m.L'TAREZ' Unity. You should hear this and the weekend with relatives Clerk, of said Court WITH THE
.. will be cooking huge roast
ny Haven Cro l ". I> r. range actually a
sage for he will tell why mea-I in Georgia and Tallahassee. T. Frank lj nJrum, Mtark. FI",..,..
division in the world and we Ally fur rif. H-iS U i-> GAS OFF! Be sure to see this amazing demonstration!

STORE Establish2I* -have complete Unity.- So don't Terrill W. Cunningham OruV
!. flrr.lff Curl Rmdfet4 (...IF.
miss any of these services.Prayer nanceman N. A. S. Jacksonville Klorldal la ( ...ae..,..
Meeting each Wednesday i returned Wednesday from the cold <'a.*te Ieel IMaintiff. ... (*0"1".
1'. D--frn.l-.nt ( No. 7(16.
.I. Cam
at 7:30( p.m.Homer weather cruise In Artie .. ffLccGw8/YvafS
regloiu Order > l' .lIr.lln end Holleetapear. t. I
Swlndall Minister aboard the carrier "Midway" and ..r'TI'1.' ... ri.l_HIHI'orrve I. REGISTER
IVel whopv rewldenc, lOetieral .
spent Thanksgiving and the week. Delivery At The Tabernacle :end with his family here. He is the You are required lo ,appear onDecember Come to our store and enjoy Free
PECULIAR PEOPLE"will l)th. It It. In the .bov.u"m..d FOR
son of Mrs. Blanche Cunningham. Court and caune. wherein sandwiches served from that same
Wednesday afternoon a Also spending Thanksgiving' with rlAlntlff, aeeka divorce. Ilradfnrd
I Teleeraph ehall mihllKh thlaVltnena roast. Sandwiches will be served
be the topic of the Pastor's sermon ladles of the Tabernacle gathered I the Cunninghams were Mr. and Order In n..l four weekly issues DOOR PRIZE
Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. in the) Church office to prepare I Mrs. F. L. Easterly of Jackson \ mv hantt and official' peal between two and four p. m. next
at Starke, Florida' this November
Thanksgiving boxes of frail ville. Mrs. Easily Is Mrs. Cunning- 14. U'._ : Saturday.

ST BAPTIST CHURCH, HamptonBob and other delicacies brought for ham's only daughter. (u..IC'I."F.Ar..> A. J Thomas
A Clerk of Mid
that purpose to the Tuesday night : Mrs. Raymond .Mann was hose Pv Haven f'rnpby, 1>. C
Cray Pastor service. These boxes were then distributed I tess for a Stanley party Friday Ally fur I'lf 11-11 4t n.t

11:00 A. 1\-1.\ Sunday: "Jesus Calls Us!" to the elderly guests at,afternoon at her home here with In (4lreal C...rt. Ilratffor4 ("....,.. SLADE (GAS; COMPANY Inc. 1

) A. M.: Bible School B. T. U. at 6:30 I*. M. Mrs. KInney'a Rest Home and |many guests present. r'lnrldat! In I aaaeerr.KHJah ,
Parker Jr. Plaintiff vaKmnin
other shut-ins. Mrs. Ida M.
Gentry spent + Jo:. I'arker Defendant. Cnp Cull St. At K.It. I'h. 121 Starke, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Spon-,Thanksgiving home coming at the I!l No. Hot.
Order ..t li.allra.loM and notice. .a
sors of the Tabernacle left Wed- Methodist Children's Home Enter- '........ "T t'TK OK Kl.nillllt let
Visitors Always Welcome nesday for Toccoa Falls Institute. prise. She was matron there a, Kmina .:. Parker whose residence'
la unknown.You
Toccoa. Ga., where they -were number of years ago and has never are required tn anpear on

guests of the School on Thanksgiving missed a homecoming In 20years I December lllh IU'! In the above

Day. They left there Thurs- She has been Postmasterhere plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.cause Tlradford wherein

5T BAPTIST CHURCH Starke day evening for their home In In Lake Geneva for |+'County Telegraph' shall publish IhlaOrder I
anum-I In hell four weekly issues
Hendersonvtlle N. C. for the week ber of years.NEW.
Pastor Witness my hand and official
Rev. Lewis D. Ilalnes end and were accompanied by Ed- seal at Starke, Florida, this November HEY!
na and Leonard Noegel who are SEAM A. J. Thomas, i
"la The Heart of Town And la The Hearta attending school in Toccoa. While RIVER An Clerk of said.. Court r i1
Fly Haven Croeby, I>. C.
of The People"A in Hendersonvllle they enjoyedsome 11.11 4t U-J

snow and endured some AND LONG BRIDGE

Southern Baptist Church For All People freezing ,,weather returning home By Mm., E. A. Sapp I

v I Monday night. WELDING

Vor hlp-9:43 &: It Happy Hour 7:30 During the absence of the Sponsors Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stevenso.t

, 8<-10001- 94. Training nlon-63 the Tabernacle'cerviceH were I and Mrs. J II. Hall! and childrenof

y Midweek Service WrtlneMlay, 8X '". SI. in charge of R. J. Gomes and JoII.'allaee. ... Tampa visited M. L. Johns and \1

rr \\ i family last weekend. I '

SUVBAY The young people and childrenare Mrs. J. P. Hammock and daughter -
) GREAT :\ SERVICES: looking forward to Saturday) Betty of Jacksonville visited)! ( Don't Forget The Annual I

9:43 A. M. Unit, Service: "llaok to God" night when they will again asemble *- Mr. and Mrs. Bud Moody last

\. M. Regular Ser .i...-: "The Duty of IM"c pJe?Wp" toys after the Bible meet Thursday.
Heart" 'ing. All welcome. Mrs Lillian Zipper of !Macclenny I
Happy hour TiSO: P.M.: .\ Broken I \Ve offer the .people nf !Starke
was calling on Fonl Crew.*
v v I -
CATHOLIC Sunday afternoon. GAINESVILLE'i
","!..It The Church With The Visiting Pastor"ulld Sunday Mass 9:13: a m. Dinner giieMs of the E. A. and vicinity one of the moat

Sunday School 11 a.m. Sapp'a last Thursday were Mr I modern and finest equipped

Week Day Mass 8:30: am. and Mrs. Pete Sapp of Paintka.|

Mrs W R. Ward and children of welding shops anjwhere.

dayBible Study la every Wednesday 'Starke. and Miss Conette Sapp ofl)

7Iyl it with at 7:15AIRPAIUC: Jacksonville. All Work Guaranteed; ALL DAY SATURDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Moody were


Clll'RCII Leslie Sapp spent Friday and December 3rd

Sunday School 10:00: Saturday visiting his brother and .\:Ni" ) MACHINE: SHOPTemple
I stater-ln-law Mr and Mrs D It
Morning Worship 11:15: a.m.l!!
tie btarke;
I Kevning Service 7:30: p.m. Sttfp. In Gainesville. Free Kiddies' Picture Show 9 to 12 a.m. at
Prayer Meeting each Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carroll of i i s
Thursday I Jacksonville visited Mrs Ira Mer '
7:30 .
I : pm.Rev. 'I The Florida Theatre
rut Sunday afternoon. u_ _n
L. G. Hemingway, Pastor.
I ---
Mr. and Mrs.
Dempsey Sapp of

I CllfRCII OF LATTER fF JKHI'M 1)-\:; "' S.CHRIST%INTS! l|, Long Gainesville bridge attended Sunday church at I! I Shoes Repaired 0 Big Parade at 3 pm featuring Santa Claus,

iL' Mrs. P. S. Crews I
>son. Spencer -
The Church of Jesus Christ o'iLater I ,, I I Free Candy Floats Bands and
erGG 54.1/.4 the State Farm were vis- ,
I Day Saints will hold Sunj j sting friends and relatives of this \IVILE'tJ-1VAT I

\day school In the USO building ,,( School Units
I jI community Saturday afternoon.
on Temple Avenue every Sunday

I at 10 a.m. A cordial Invitation !

is extended to all. i I II PHONE 213 New Low Prices! t., Street Dance at 9 p.m.

:HAIN STORE BRANCHor 'MOTH.. I' COLONIALFLORIST naU/ Holes. 50 I Special Window Shopping Prizes

size store Notlre. la hereby a-lven. to whom U (:\,...'.) $1.
any may Final deport a. Admlntatratnr of
the Ratal of J. II. Keller with the
County J Bradford County: Half Sole I4iIlT tillIPI'tVfi u.n..: t PRIZF GIYF11 'Ttn'Y )
, lower moin .nane., for fire softy, for .flvet..., ....." of Florida December f.I Ifif I I on apply the SOth to dar tae, (Women's.) $1.00()() 1 ( 'IIIHY!IDF'riit'; tt t It ('\lC II'P'tE: NUInEK: AS!) WIN A I1tE8II

U it of CONCRETE LOCKS. In lower MMraaxe rots .114 county Judice. or Mid County and ,
,later resole tetra HHV a it a bound iavslmsats. 81... for my Find DI.h.,.* aa'I ,

) ........, fo. c_, d/toils. We delis ll-lt Administrator U U.12fRELIEF C. KelUjr.of Adminintntor.l I (j) Ladiea Lifts 25c up It t I


FLOWERS -AT- Merchants Division
Creomultioo reliae promptlU ,beuu.. STARKESHOE
of the trouble GARDENS
|hues ris.nl i to the rat Gainesville
MEETS ILL "S.T... SPECltlCITIOIS u> help 1 phlegm!: and aid nature to sooth and POTTERY
hal raw lender inlUmd bronchial REPAIRM.
BuildingSupply Inc. mucous membraomTeii' your druga.tw POTTED PLANTS Remember!
Chamber of Commerce
sell you s bottle of OeooiuUion
with the oodcmaoJioe. you mail like' FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE F. Hudson. Proprietor The stores will be open
10361048 W. Main St. South the ape it qukkly. allays the cough -

"r von sre lo hai e veer anone* back.CREOMULSION. Aero* St roma Park Theatre all day until 6 p.m.

GAINESVILLE FLORIDA ?,_ .,., Nona St Btarke
Phone ._
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lot Couehs.ChestColdl.8roachltts l i


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|Interest your front page editor-I I then you dig their graven, and now issue.Somehow. Farmers To Vote Dec. 10 On Committeemen I -
lull. In the last, two Issues of the'you try to cover them with your I had the Idea 'that I
Telegraph. There are always two,'mud Do you wonder that they "the |SMI<>" was whether or not to To Administer Ag Programs In This County I
r don't want to YOU an enormoim puMlMh city ordinances. Just what )
sides to every issue and I am goIng -j pay
to present my view of the''I', ) Hum Just to publish their or. this has to do with paving around Who will administer such national eon;( a form that Is participating In''

\ ; I I' other side dinances' the school house, old wasli"d-nut I farm programs as Agricul-|any program administered during I BARKSDALE'Srg'

It seems that the members of f I have lived In our fair city u bridges, nice new bridge. or any tural Conservation, price support, the current calendar year through

Starke, Fillv..r the City government are Just In long time and I have yet to hear other kind of bridges, I full. to see. acreage allotments marketing the county and community
fined for In spite of( your announced Intention says James Rosier present PMA"'I
Gene: the dog house as far as. the prey of any person being any quotas and Federal Crop Insurance -
to the "other side of ty 'committee chairman. j
offense without first bring warned present
I havo lend with a great deal of Is concerned. *irst you hang them
-not even reckless driving the issue", the Issue itself. Isn't In Bradford County In 1940! ? "Heavy participation of farmers I
.. .. .. .. .
-- -- -- -- -! number of even mentioned in your latter. I.i The ballot box, traditional bulwarks in their committeemen elee-
IIQ I can see a ('ommt'n-I I
has this what we used to rail In old of democracy will decide tlons is one of the best methods i I
dable things the city
<< WE I* I BOXES AND the improvement and betterment t IIh. school debating days "beggingthe On Saturday, Dec. 10, Bl'ud'ford of demonstrating their support of i|
1FT of our community. But do I nee Issue", a popular device frequently farmers will b" choosing the farmer-committee system of
?I resorted to by there who neighbors and friend to represent local administration of national .. .
anything about It in the papers -- -
sTREERIPENED FRUIT i (The drainage and paving around have nothing/ better upon whichto them aa county Production farm programs," the chairman
base their 7 Administration com- out. Ladies'
the high school grounds. would argument Marketing points All-Wool SWEATERS 1.99Boys'

D ANYWHERE .have gotten n biff write-up in any I As for the other Items In yourletter 1& for the coming year. The December 10 balloting will ,-.. --- -... .
il county paper. but aura You /go which have nothing to do "Any person is eligible to voteor be conducted at the courthouse in

Naval Oranges Tangerines out In the country and find an old with the Issue: 1)) If you were as hold office who Is an owner Starke where polls will bo open WOOL JACKETS 2.95Boys'

wanhed-out broken-in bridge make observant as your nom de plume;operator, tenant or sharecropper from 9 a.m to 5 p.m. __ ___ ,_u __

Chinese i Oranges Pink Grapefruit a picture of It. and that's front seeks to infer, you would certainly I Ii JACKETSw

B :, .- .. page news when you would not have noted several stories in the I Red Cross Funds (j extent of nearly J1000. All Chapters ...- 1.19
ff Order Now To Insure Delivery ft have to go nearly no far to find Telegraph concerning Inn school in their fund raising contribute -
: .Ymas. the finest moat modern one. I paving before the project was I Are Exhausted to the National Disaster reserve Children's UNION SUITS ..98Ladies'
started. When It Is completedthere funds.If ,
can't understand why -
g Martin Produce co. (\ !gotten Huch a pennimlntlc attitude will probably bit others The Bradford County Chapterof sufficient money is secured '-2i8-
the American Red Cross, In now Knit Gowns & Pajamas -
mayhap complete' .with pictures.I
toward town and
:North Ave. Starke Fla.r.1 our to the until its
,Temple carry Chapter
5 Automobile out of funds, and In therefore extremely -
The lady who" -,,wrote''hatloff to]2)) drivers, peculiar : I -
: limited In the service Campaign :month it will be necessary -
you" Vailed our attentlon-'to the creatures that they are, do not I I "
fact that,the clt Yg overmm..,.nt was fall through nice new bridges aa which U wail be able! to give fl-I for the,people of Bradford
-" run by-a clique All I have to say frequently as they do old washed-'nanclally for'the; coming monthS'j'!County and of Starke to support and SUITS

%+ Yn 2and 3-Piece is thank goodness. It's not the same 'out bridges. Therefore old waah d- It may be remembered I their Red Cross In both soliciting
out bridges that endanger life and,County fell short of Its
clique that tries to run everything
Living Room dun In town. I limb, are far more newsworthy 49 Campaign goal by about $IIN1.) and giving in the March 1950 GREATLY REDUCED
(though legs pretty to look at) In an effort to curtail expenditures Campaign in order to Insure a Red I
Why don't run ror the I
you than nice the Chapter worker Mrs. Cross '
new bridges. Chapter continuing to function -
\ Council, Gene You finally succeeded
SUITS who has been receiv-
"E Ruth Morse here
.. Oil\ In getting a member of After relating that we have .
v'I'Y small remuneration will
ing a
your staff on the Council, but for "hanged" and "burled" the Council
If, \\ From $129.50 some reason or other he can't accomplish you ask this I rather star- now continue, Mrs Morse an 'a full states time that volunteer I'I

much. What need to tling question: "Do you wonder
ftO at"tt do Is get on there with him. I that they don't want to pay YOU since there were ITS persons needIng I GOOD SELECTION $
To $229.50 some sort of help and counseling OF VARIETIES
An Observer an enormous sum just to publish
i\ I their ordinances?" Although the who found their way to
\\tt\\ Starke, Fla. Is I I Red Cross from within this Countyin noted & Burlapped
\ .Inference strong we cannt be-
\ 1/s
\\ the month of October she feels
Denr Observer i
: lieve you mean to imply that the Delivered & Planted
Well I am atlll waiting for I these persons are entitled to service -
Jt'JJufrJf LINOLEUM you Council would refrain from pub.URhlng '
even If there are no fund: I
( to present the other side of the Its ordinance. as a mean I
financial ONLYi'
of retaliation for a little honest for help. Ea.
In Newest Patterns W.e.T.U.//ciltlclsm. Certainly WE do not believe -I I The retiring Chairman Mrs.
) Junus Smith indicated that this
that and are shocked that
.Florence Heaters give you more 6, 9 & 12 ft. rolls TilE !MORE A MAN DRINKS!! you even suggest It. I j Chapter in Bradford County had

I comfortable best in any room InS TO FORGET, TIIR MORE: BITTER In fact. Observer, we believe that'received grants from the Nation- These are mighty pretty trees which should set fruit this

your home for ao little cost! E.cluive -. III:* MKMORIKH.!' ,if you will re-read those editorialsyou I ..l 1 Organization amounting to more spring. In fact most of-them had fruit on them which was
than $6000 In the past four years.
Florence WickleH Hoys' & Girls'BICYCLES (LOS ) will find them relatively free
turns kerosene into a fuel-laving' of criticism of the Council and "This !Is a reflection on Bradford pulled when trees were dug.

vapor That burnt with a clan. ,.. ... County citizens and their supportof
------ certainly void of "mud" There Is
'steady, intense, flame..HaixUome I their Red Cross since tlitr
cabinets are easy to keep sparkling a distinction between criticism and money from local Chapter pro' Also taking orders on Pansy Calendula, Stocks, and Snapdragon Plants.
and the of honest
expression an
clean. Backed by'over 70 yea,. CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION difference of opinion. We reportedthe grams comes from the overage Should be in this' weekend or beginning: of next. 35c per dozen or $2.00
experience. raised on successful campaigns in, per 100 delivered.
$59.95LANE fact that the Council had decided
other chapters throughout the nation
to abandon Its practice of
'"' ," Mrs. Smith stated

NO publishing our reaaoni ordinances for believing, and pointedout that I The General Field Representative LEI LANI NURSERIES
--- Keystone HeightsPHONE
Flue v this practice should be continued.As for this territory Miss Best
Mackintosh, stated that this Chapter
for the adjective "enormous"used ,
Netted Cedar Chests by you to describe the sum has also received help In tin ORDERS TAKEN PHONE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2011

for of ordinances total half million dollar hurriranr
paid publication - - - - -
$22.95 during an average calendar year,damage throughout Florida to the - - - rI7'- -
o $49.95 we submit that the use of that
TO particular adjective Is debatable,
$139.95 especially when you consider that: Announcing the wonderful

-'- the> total coat of publishing seven
$59.95 new ordinances last year was little
more than that Involved in removing -\\i I}

one oak tree from the city

streets. We leave it up to the public
FURNITURE PHARMACISTS to decide which Is more Impor iNEW If'

HART tant. So far, expressed opinion
COMPANYPhone has been overwhelmingly In favor
PHONE of Information on ordinances. .

E. L, Matthews..I

80 Starke, Fin Day 64 NightI Starke Fla.! '

I ,_I.._,,_--M-.-, Editor Telegraph:
Since there hug been some discussion -
u about some of the action.I'o

of our City Council would like to

have my little say..
1f1 li.b When ell'ctloltlml'a (come we

taxpayers vote to elect what we I II II II II Ii
think Is best for our little town;
I and when we do this we feel that

r we are entitled to know all about I
i the actions of OUR Council.: .t
We expect that this Council

; shall have a certain designated i -- ..--
I time to hold their meeting, and -

'then their actions should be discussed ..
and settled over the table + '
And In the presence of anyone who
TURKEYS Items that don't sell fast should desire to sit In on these _

enough to suit us Left-over Turkeys from the cut meetings.Boys out, If holding thin has secret happened meetings then I .1 j jI

last two Thanksgivings. We don't want our Turkeys to be I and don't try to keep your actionsa I I
secret from the public The public

Dead Dodos so we're pricing them For Fast Clearance! know put your you every in, and action are entitled and deed.to!

Insofar as it relates to the town's

ATTIC FANS business. Let" the public know how
KKKF COOL THIS! WINTER you vote on every measure. This Dollar fot-DoUar- Can Beat ion1iac!

'. '. or buy one for next JUMP SEATS $1.45 may help you again. a
lout remember are only arepresentative
Munmcr. Met made :SG-lncli.. Fancy dress overhead fixtures. I
of the people and
$25.75DOOR 95c with handsome. (las* globea.Thpvp the people put you In, and the II II I

Kino for church rooms, offl- people will have another some
*>tt tlH.\rm> a. fortune. say I
CHECKS Fit any trtll'k..roll ("<'*.arhoedN. honaw. future day. You can't beat it because It's wonderful' every way. size, READY TO DRIVE!
A Double
and !
:Aargcnt: '1t.00 quality. We Npringt, automatic lift appearance performance appointments''f"
hardwood. back .t .eat.. '" .
are showing them the door at Dining Tables

$6.95' steel" 1 frames.' You can't beat it because .,It'. rugged, tough and dependable
$5.85 HOW IT POPS $1858
80W miles I .. ...
built to last 100,000 '
Kllroy ate here! Ma.H>nlt.* ,. -CM*** imnmrnmMOMUUS ie

tops, 10 foot long. ad pct"
Extra-heavy" with brass pin. SCREENS nrv IT/ Each of the 18 beautiful models
You can't beat i if because .
Ib-lnrh 11'\IlIl1nl; ( out at 5>Poss.ng.r StreamlinerSix

79c ZSC Picnic Tables ': is priced to please you! Cylinder Sedan Coupe

You ran't nee thru them. $2.25 | IVIIIWMH

FIREExtinguishers but they let In light and Rahy, it's roll! outside, but at THERE'S one and .nly one word that does justice to the new 195O Pondac OMt1 t.C tIIt e ll ,,,1*'.....

air ... wonderful plant his price' 1C* a buy for Save Time. Work And there's ,one and .*ty one way for you co learn just how ... ... lOW 'I\ct\, t
('an'. get rid of>m at V33.30.Tbey : : coter. With big wlndou* DchIIA' ti --- =-- -
next Hummer! wonderful it U-come in and see (or yourself! Please accept our cordial invitation
won't bnrn! You take ..tae fram*a.Garden.
-I'yrrnpeUngalrhers. at and Money! to pay US a visit as soon as you possibly can. We're sure you'll be impressed with

BENCHES what see. We're sure you'll agree that no car-so big so beautiful so obviously 0.-.1 &. .-. r d.sa ttp..r 1'_ -"
$9.50 you A...e.r..M1* if..s"...... -'-"otI_ f>p_.-.,..
" Pounds Of Your low. So .-II' -- w f> .... ., ,. .......e..s...
C'urt'tjpe (thoU kind) Sprayers For fifty cents no sales talk. stamped with quality through and through-was ever offered at a price so _"..._-- ,_p. "./Im-h.- ,

$19.50 Them need to be 4 E&llonflro 9 laundry Ion In come in and see the great new Pondac-Amerlca's finest low-priced carl! (License Extra) /

exUitKulaher Maybe Only .
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