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: September 22, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03082
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1! 10:30: A.M. Wednesday. Time for the week- ; 5,
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;chool assembly at BUS. I 1 "' WMK E.NTY-TUO 8TAKKK. FLOiUD\. FRIDAY, !SKITKMIIKH. 82: IflftO JNUMIHfilfc TKN .

ri..lhe: rand took its position on the.cramped auditor- -___ ... _u_ u _.". _. "" -- .. .. --- -- ----.. \-

i,".taire.omeone.orVfor leaving the in the sliding scarcely back.trombones enough room to slide between without rows hit- Council Plans I Likes U. S. To Live In Tornadoes Ready

Some 600 students began to file into a room design-

, seat 400. Soon every seat was filled, but still ben( Door Policy'On .

?came Standing room only-and that was filled, But Not To Fight For I

The overflow banked up in the doorways and ther For WithWilliston
echelons" stood in the corridor, unable even to Taxi Permits Opener
the auditorium.This I No longer will Ernesto Settlor* The Italian was leisurely waiting

"eze into nothing unusual. Just a routine I sit In the window of the DaVis Talkative Alien for the legal time to elapse beforehe fe
assemirrades -
Action throwing the operation of Hotel and strum Italian love songson could obtain final decree and
twelve-but Here
seven through it wag hard not Arrested By
taxicabs In SUrke his American sweetheart *
to his melodic
open any guitar marry
with those students packed into the old
moathize sardines in company that can quality under The idyllic life being led hereby Immigration Officerscharge when the immigration inspector High
torium like proverbial a can. And what the city's requirements and period. the 24-year-old foreigner was stepped in and broke up hi. plan.

hose who couldn't even find a seat. must stand ic Inspection policy was taken by rudely Interrupted during the early of the Immigration and lie had only two more week tc '
the entire assembly hour. some even out oft the City Council at Its regular go. :
I ng afternoon hours of Wednesday, Naturalization Service In Jacksonville Exhibition Game Both Teams {
and hearing of the auditorium stage? meeting Tuesday night. September 13, when an Immigration Ernesto was a seaman and Thomas said that Ernesto claimed

Though the start of fall was only a dayor so away, It was decided that Ordinance Border Patrol came knockingat deserted ship In New. York back In to be a barber but had not Gives First Clue Are ClassifiedAs :

air in the jammed room soon became oppressive.teen 499, which provides for a hearing the door of the room wherein 1943. There he met an American worked at that or any other To BHS Strategy 'Unknown

age girl was overcome by the stifling atmos- on public convenience and necessity Ernesto as taking his traditional girl. A. time went on they fell I trade since coming to Starke

and had to be ushered out. before additional taxi companies siesta. in love and decided to be married Confronted with Uie prospect of Two unknown quantities win
re Massey
Principal C. S. Partin proceeded the best he coulder are granted a permit would be repealed Like too many others of his ilk, Ernesto admitted to the Immigration being deported, the bumptious The Tornado By exhibition of meet tonight at Bradford Park

such adverse circumstances. Once a small dis- or wended so that any the sleek-haired diminutive for- officers that he knew his Italian declared It would not stop last the game first I when Wim.ton and Starke cl.... '

among boys near the front of the room drew operator whq\ meeta the city's reUlrements eigner made no bone of his lackof marriage to an American would either hi* marriage or hit residence concrete Friday. evidence night of gave the relative In the season's opening football
ance '( may be granted a In the United 3Ut! ... H* Kickoff time Is set for 8
attention. He tftrted{ t? reprimand them I but' one. r rhe desire to fight for this country, help him maintain permanent strength of the l*.m ao far this I game. fI"
permit > States I announced that It* would limply o'clock.
he ) residence In the United
explained t r although obvtomty\ \ (ttsi ed to season. T"'fI11f' \ the first rea
boys : t for him I find back Into this country ,Ii
The mutter cam up for llIcU4'slon I iimll.Uaere, enjoying the many the country good enough a way taste of battle, the teams clashed With several practice Injuries
1 la
"The floor away, when an application was I I .vantages that can be found nowhere to live In but not for him to flghfor. -\I and marry the girl. and found that team work Is the somewhat altering his plaM.!
termites re
"Must be those again, the principal said. I Criminal charge were filed a. Coach Jimmy Hobbs ve"iCWlV! an*
ceived from Clayton else basis of their objective.The
G. Stricklandfor on earth.
Much of the auditorium flooring was torn out and .alnat' Italian "in Jc!' rn9! !!! nounced hla!! 1'Obale&r ting
'Thr was little the were -
to T!: oHo hitch In his elevens captained
a permit operate taxi Eld opposing
a "He was stinker : : ,
laced last spring, but still the aging timbers yield be- a comm
Wednesday-one week after'he and Jack! ineup follow 4
service In the City of Starke. Mo. Mrs. Wally Muhlhoferof the Davis pians0'eVer. Ernesto was already by Marvin Warren as .
inroads of time and insects.The '
t the tlon was made by P. L. Bridgetthat Hotel staff. "We didn't find him moTTlff His wife Vallnda was taken In custody here. Hewas flaxen Bert Newcomb, LE; Blllle Booth-

alloted'assembly hour was cut short ten min- the permit be denied. The out at first, but he aoon mod Scalaa Belflore, Ny.es In Poeallo, charged with entering the I The first pass of the fame was a LT; Dan Walnwrlght LO; Billy

s.obviously humanitarian gesture in considera- motion died for lack of a second everybody mad the way he talk Italy. United State, by false represen fluke Two players failed to knock DansbyC; Leslie Sapp RO; Kenneth -

i otthose boys and girls sweating it out in respectful, After a discussion of Ordinance ed." Customers at a Call Street Ernesto told that i it war tatlon and falling to apply for the ball! down, giving Warren a John. RT; Delano Thomas.

none the less uncomfortable, silence.The 499, a motion was made by H. A drug store fountain remember was registration and finger printing a* chance of getting It with a goo* Hffi; Jack flaxen QB; Marvin

group filed out, revealing a sag in the floorre Bishop, Jr., that City Attorney O hearing Ernesto boast that "They easy to get a divorce In Florldd an alien gain of yardage. Warren or Donald Bennett, LHB;

> another piece of underpinning had given away. L. Patten be instructed "to repealor can't make me fight for the United the Immigration officer said, so he' Thu, defendant I"'ornftU.- s listen scored the first touch. Carl Johns RHB; J. T, !"!!vatt,

Bradford County will soon decide on a $400,000 amend" the ordinance so that States. I'd rather fight for Rus came here in May and Commissioner T, V Odsh.n that lii ''down, giving his team the lead FB. 't, '

d I issue for the expansion and rehabilitation of its permits and licenses may be Issued sia If I fight at all." ly established .Ubsequent'I' wanted to obtain Counsel and the< H-hltJi' they kept throughout the Neal Crawford and Connie

grown school plants. I for additional taxi companies, withI According to the story told by where divorce hearing was delayed for, a week. gdftM. Hid Outfll boasted a, heavyiin Clark, both playing fullback or
I restrictions on periodical inapec.i wh''l' had 4 fighting
Too bad the little girl who fainted and'the boys I tlons at regular Intervals, subject Walter B. Thomas, officer In Initiated on ground of Bond was fixed at $500.: taickfleld.' : ., Final seor was 20-7 !in Usuries right half and, were Jick i nursing Hazen Wi.practice tak

i sat over that sagging floor timber could not vote! h''to approval by the Council. favor of the JMitittltls.{ :
penidiidl sfcoH*
Ing for a bad cold
I The motion was seconded by W: Carl Johns vttttvn fullback of
I Nets Starke Man at time
$200With press yesterday.
I T. Jackson and the vote was as Bronco Busting I the test two seaaon*, I. playing
follows: .1 Coach Hobbs refused to make
llne-smaahlna halfback ooaltlon __
Will Reactivate Some Camps; I I Ayes: Bishop, Jackson, Lewis. two crisp 1100 bills salted five miles later when the stallion, Coach Hobbs'- current- edition n any predictions concerning the

I Not voting: Bridges and Hazen away In his' wallet, Leonard Orlf- broken at taut walked meekly up Donald Bennett, veteran quarter- outcome of the game. "I'll tell

The Council decided to change fls, 43-year-old father of 13 chil- the runway Into the trailer. bark, I. playing halfback also you more about It Friday night"

landing 'Not To Be Overlooked'Army 1 I its meeting time, beginning Oct dren, was the happiest man on Call Leonard was bleeding from his Warren has been switched from he said.

3, to 7:30 P. M. Street Monday morning."I nose mouth and ears and the stallion right half to an end position. Virtually nothing la' known a-

still feel like I was hit in the was soaking wet and flecked Connie Clark a newcomer, looks bout the Williston Red Devil except -

la planning to put received the following letter from Choosing Vocation stomach with an atomic bomb, with foam. like a handy man to have aroundat that Coach Bill Lowe describes
t World War II trainingback Under Secretary of the Army I but I sure rode that Palomino" By that time the men had disappeared. fullback. He la the second his recent current edition

Into service, accord- Archibald S. Alexander: I Youth Week Topic I Leonard said. Leonard thinks they fastest man on the Tornado squad a. "the greenest football team you

in Associated Press dls- Dear Mr. Matthew.: At Methodist Church"Youth Just what the Palomino had to might have been drinking beer In a with Carl Johns still first In the ever saw" As to his offensive

I September 15. I appreciated your letter of 1 I I do with the two (100 bill was a ,... nearby filling station! ,' but he had fleet foot category. Ken Jehns has Formation, Lowe says he ..wanta ,

ary of the Army Pace distill September 1050.: It I I. not each Week" wag held In the 1 long story, but Leonard was ready given them his name and address been<< switched from center to tackle. that to remain a. secret until the. "
Information at a reeling Starke and tell It. He stopped and asked the men so he went on home only half expecting -
time that we In government do First Methodist Church of willing to Warren Dansby Coley and game here tonight. "I want Starketo
of the Senate armed. what we should, that we get a September 17-21, with an average It seems that one Friday about If they'd like for him to try to to ever see the 'promised Watson are major ends. As s be the first to find out what

committee. kind .word< for It and t asaureyou attendance of' over BO young three weeks ago he was driving ride the stallion Into the trailer 1100. wholes the team seems to function we've, got to offer" he declared.
or Morse (Republican Ore- people present each evening durIng up to Lawtey to see about strawberry since It was obvious he Couldn'tb.pushed "Well, .Ir--I was In bed a
dtf Coach
that it encourage. us to our with ease. An occasional rough Hobbs says the Tornadoeswill
I a/nile or pulled Into It. week/: Leonard "and.l ..tillfeel
About north say.
ked If the 1 I. think the week.J'Chooslng pleats
Army '
best receive of shows"up) 'but of these the that
when we, a letfjr 'It want commit suicide, like pot many eoqtJauAwlth .pUt-T
Vocations-was you JL wa. with
Your of the Farmers Market he" saw a
!recpming any emas :$ :yo'urs.- ; will han
i appreciation' u be Ironed out before the firstgame. served them .o wall In the past
ahead of the
01 f the expanding mlfltaryand the theme for the week and the: four men vainly tryingto transfer go one men re- truck. Breaking Palomino eta! few -
I the possible enactxt I I can also promise you that program consisted of guest speakers a Palomino'stallion from a marked. "I'm taking him to MI- lion. Just l Isn't any job for a fellow seasons :
Blanding will not be over- ami for breeding and It I believed that the Tornadoes It was announced yesterday that
Camp he
year of a universal mlllinln movies, dtncusalons fellowship truck Into a trailer attached to purposon my age, concluded .
looked If and when additional singing, worship, and recreation. the rear of a passenger car, he's worth $2,000 to me If I can But the big surprise came Monday can match anything that Willis.ton's all students will be admitted to (J

'Mtlonably; program.," Pace replied. : facilities are needed.I The,Rev. T O. Mitchell, pastorof On his return to Starke from get him there.i' I'll give you $100 when after more than two supposedly secret weapon can home football games for 29c.: The

Ir plans are being arranged I might add that I enjoyed meet the First Methodist Church, Introduced Lawtey Leonard saw the men still If you get him into that trailer." weeks of waiting Leonard received release at Bradford Park tonightLoyal charge for adult ticket remain
Leonard he got a hold on a registered letter sports faDS are expected the same- -73e./
says from Miami
He did not de- ing the various members of your the general theme for : working with the now frenzied I
any to turn out en to hear the
Florida delegation and was glad to the week on the first evening I animal and getting nowhere fast. the hakamore, the only harness on Tearing It open he found not one masse \
get the data concerning Camp speaking on the subject "Choosinga I They had rope tied to each aide the animal, had had to run' along $100 bill, but two I Evidently the starting whistle of the first home
i "cited Fort Des Moines In Blanding. Vocation." Monday evening the of the rearing stallion, one behind beside him for two or three block men knew. what a beating he had game of. the season. Brooker JamboreeSet

i a beautiful example" of Sincerely, March of Time film, "Men of Med. him, and were beating the animal before he was ever able to mount. taken and voluntarily boosted the

of camp the Army should Archibald S. Alexandec icine," was shown and Mrs Hugh : In a vain effort to get him up a Once up he started slapping the salary. Evening ClassesIn

pose of as surplu. Pend-" Under Secretary of the Army. Ingram spoke on "Nursing." Tuesday runway Into the' trailer.; side of the animal's head until he "That's pretty good wages for For Oct 2nd
n laUon would turn thl evening the young people "I just couldn't stand to see a got him off the highway, and then two hour work," Leonard says, SpanishTo

er to the atate.ubeommittee I heard a forum discussion on the horse treated that way" Leonard began a wild cross country ride "but I don't want any more jobs Be OfferedEvening

is investlgatdlsopsal Serving In Japan I subject, "Business as Vocation." said. that ended two hours and some like that any time soon." Monday, October 2, will be a red

of surplus propIt I I. Thomas, Storekeeper. Participating in the forum were classes for the study of letter day In Brooker when the
relate. to the military King the Rev. T. O. Mitchell, Mr. and Spanish, part of the adult educa. community will play host to the
USN. U serving with the U. S. Woodman Circle Market Will
1-c Help
n'l I' needs; Activities, Sassbo,I Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy. and O. S.Newcomb. Post 56 Members I tion program of the Bradford Coun. rest of Bradford County at a rip-

date"7 September '7, Japan.Naval Fleet Before entering the Naval J, C. S. Partin, supervising Asked To Serve Met Here TuesdayMembers Farmers SecureStrawberry ty Hlglt School, will be organizedIn roaring benefit jamboree, highlighting -
of the Starke Public the near future tc
I principal according a campaign to raise fund
L. Matthews, president of service in August 1912 he was On State GroupsFour I of the Woodman Circle PlantsThe Lawranc
I t Schools spoke to the young people Gibson Instructor of for a fire station to house the
ke Chamber of Commerce, a student at BHS.here I Wednesday evening on the subject member of American Legion I I met In the WOW hall Tuesday State Farmer. Market here 8pan*>h. Clasiie. will meet once Ire truck recently. purchased from
In the for the regular business each week
"Vocational Opportunities night on Monday evenings at Qulncy.
Is offering Its facilities to
honored by help
Field of Education." The motion I I II i Post 68 have been meeting. Mrs. Vlrgle Barksdale the local high school building. The-
I the Depart Bradford County farmers obtain Brooker Mayor Hewlett 0. Anderson
asked serve -
picture film, "You and Your being presided, and all officer were class hour will be from 8:00 tc
I 1950: strawberry plants for this
of Florida during the setting announced this week that
I Work" was shown on Thursday ment present except Chaplain Eula Con- fall. A plentiful of 9:00: P. M. The first class I J. tentatively his
state supply
as members of plants recently-appointed finance
which was followed by a Legion year ncr, who Wall reported sick. scheduled for Monday October
evening ,
committees.The Is available at Plant City, it :wa committee, headed by Ralph E.
led Mrs., .
service by 2.In.tructioR
committee, composed
consecration The nominating
said, at around $IS per thousand, fazen, had already raised approximately : "
Mitchell. I appointment were an- of Mrs. T. M. Hutchlngs, will begin on' the
Adult workers who helped with I nounced from Tallahassee by Department Mm. Mae Moore and Mrs. Violet delivery charges. elementary level with special $200 for this purpose In
at the head of the line' Week were Mrs. Nelson Adjutant Reid Mann as If growers who are Interested In voluntary contributions
He go again M the right up the Youth Thomas, presented the names of emphasis on basic readingvocab-
"J hat It. And I wonderone at that Hawthorne Legion bar- Green Miss Carol White, and follows: the new officer for the year 105091 : plant will contact the market, the ulary and practical ability In conversational Plans for the jamboree, which

l Is in the proper mood becue Thursday of last week. the Rev and Mrs T. G. Mitchell. Charles Partin, Jr., committee a. follows: management will b. glad to order Spanish A study of will climax the drive, have been

t kick-off between Starke You can depend on these Call- member for the State Oratorical Mrs. Fronle trews, president: plant or supply the Individual Latin American culture will be Included completed by a committee composed -
I:"ton In there pitch-I I farmers with' the necessary Information of J. A. Parker. chairman W.
tonight. .Certainly streeters to be right Funeral Sunday i Contest Mrs. Emma Jane Stephenson, first in the course as well at ;
be, for the stadium i. all ing when the dinner bell rings. I A. L. Crosby. Jr., member o' *o that they can order commercial Spanish. I:. Blgham, Jr., Mrs. R. M. Hiers.Mrs. .
Mr. Violet Thomas,
I vice ,
'ther again, and every- John Adams playing the perfect I For John Padgett, I the Colored Veteran. Affairs Committee second president vice president; ; Mrs. Eula them for themselves Any adult Is eligible to enroll '1', W Markey. and Mr*.

mi to be In readiness. little host last Friday night, en- Accident Victim ; Conner chaplain; Mrs. Fails Conway Farmers who will have pecan although due to the physical limitation Mattle Sowell. I

fc Tornadoes have been tertaining his neighborhood playmates Dr. A. Y. Covlngton member of I drill team captain; Mrs. to sell this fall are asked to notify of the high school building, Toby Dowdy and his Hl-Polnters
theIr wiener roast assist, 42, died Thursday the Medical Advisory Committee; the market a. to the quantity they the clas.
> all" in dally .work with a John Padgett, Maude Andrews, musician; Mrs. will be limited to 2.1 featuring Chubby Wise, formerly
'11 1 the last glimmer of light ed by his parents Norma Jean an'! Sept. 14, as a result of Injuries A. J. Thomas, Jr., member of Ernie Dowllng, attendant: Mr will have to offer.It members. Instruction will be free. with the Grand Ole Opry, will pro-

In the went, so If they can Herlong Adams. Georgia Gib- ., received In a tank explosion. Veterans Education, Employment Clyde Tomllnson, assistant attend- is also desired that' growers However a small charge for mater. vide the entertainment with airstrate

":at for the glory of Bradh lIOn, the new blonde behind the He was a native of Maxville but and Training Committee. ant; Mr. Ann Hutchings, junior notify the market management as lal* used will be made occasionally. stage show Mayor Anderson -
,h, certainly can turn fountain Koch's back on the job I had lived for the past 20 years In In announcing the appointmentsthe counselor; Miss Helen Adkins a. to the total berry acreage they Interested person are requestedto said that an amateur contest -
LIve them moral support after a *few days' absence. -.I Jacksonville where he was employed Department Adjutant said: auditor; Mrs. Mae Moore secretary plan to have thl. season. writ ((40 not telephone) a card will be staged In connectionwith

Idellnes. And I have Good to see Harvene (Watterson) ;I a. a tank tester with the Dixie "It will be to the public interestfor ; Mr. Paul Raymond, treas to Mr. Gibson In care of Bradford the show. Anyone who can

:but that a capacity crowd McMahone back In the courthouse. Tank Co.Funeral. the people of your communityto urer. Mrs. Mae Green Is past Parents And Cubs County High School. Application, sing, play a musical Instrument
II out to witness the If only for a brief spell. Helping services were held in know that through their Legion president. will be acknowledged and acceptedIn dance, or otherwise entertain U

P Der. Judge Ferryman with drivers the Long Branch Baptist Church activities these men have To Meet Sept. 28 the order received. urged to enter the contest. Contestants -
Mann went Sunday afternoonat been sufficiently outstanding tc
licenses since Polly near Maxville should contact Chairman
*""e-;new canasta Club back to college.. Seems that Har- 2 o'clock with the Rev. O. E. warrant their appointment to Rotarians Hear Cub Pack 7,0, sponsored by St. Most Deeds ObtainedOn Parker a. soon a. possible and

:meet ta every Tuesday. vene's husband Is back at sea with' Hodges officiating. Interment was these Important committees." Shop Talk Program Mark's Episcopal Cl.urch, will prior to the show
Pearce and she r cemetery with hold Its first pack meeting on New River RoadClerk
was the hostess thl. the Merchant Marine in the Long Branch The Brooker fire truck will be
d those enjoying there staying with her folks In Hamp Key-McCabe funeral home of Jack Elks To Provide The proper procedure In takinga Thursday evening, Sept. 2*. at at the school house at 8 P. U. to
Mesdame. Mitchell ton. sonvUle In charge of arrangemenla. new member Into the Rotary 7:30: o'clock In the parish house of the Court A. J. Thomas ride children and adult. at ten

IIc'iell: Young. Pearce, I 30 Fre4Lunches Club was the subject of the program on church Street said yesterday that 33 of the 97 cent per ride. Toby and his boys .
Chandler Hear that some of Evelyn (Mrs. is survived by his luncheon meeting of Boys between the dead an| subordination agreement
and Minnie Besllaude MI' Padgett For School ChildrenAt at the ages of 8 and will ride with the children, and
Fields Is also a Herbert) Deal'S neighbors surprised mother. Mrs. Beady Padgett; one the club here Wednesday. 10 years Inclusive, who would like needed on State Road 8-233: the orchestra leader baa been appointed

but eoul5 't attend the her on her birthday Monday. I son Alfred Padgett: six sisters the regular meeting the The dlscuMion was conducted by to join the Pack are asked to beat (Brooker to Highway 100 through honorary fire chief for the '
Itaalon. with a shower of lovely SOWerS.Quite Mathls. Mrs. Fernls here night It of the meeting. All New River) have been secured occasion. Members
Friend of Mrs Neta Elks Lodge Monday T. K. McClane, Jr., chairman present of the band
.Williams of the Hercules a nice remembrance.John Copeland Mrs. Ida Wailer Mrs. was voted to provide lunches for the Club Service Committee, who members are asked to report also.O. and recorded. He stated that theremaining have been appointed honorary fire ,f

In be Interested to learn Anderson and A. H. Harley I Sarah Norton, Mrs. Geneva John- 30 children In the Starke school was assisted by A. J. Thomas.: 8. Newcomb, chairman of 24 are In the process of .

L has! been ordered to report in became members of the LionsClub night I son and Mrs. Florence Copeland who might not have the benefit. of Sr., chairman of the Classiflcatlor the Boy Scout tannnc campaignwill being sent to the Interested men.Mayor Anderson Mid that safety .. 1,

.'Illy 011 Wednewlay. Sept. at theVednesday and two brothers. Louis and Mar- balanced meal every day. Committee; A. J. Thomas, Jr., speak briefly and final) organization parties outside of the state and precaution will be taken to "

.ycl'Olll, Ga- ?. B. 8ull. meeting. The boys are still put tin Padgett all of Jacksonville. The membership of the lodge chairman of Membership: and A. of tile den will be rr.Hdt. that It I. hoped to have them all Insure that no one I.. Injured.

'I alllO among six in this ting the finishing touches on their pledged $90 monthly to take car L. Crosby, Jr., chairman of At- Parents of the CUbs are expected .back by the last of next week. Youngster are lookingforward

10 recently got their Re- new home. and hope to be ready. FFA Chapter Elects of the expense of" these lunches tendance. to attend the Pack meeting. "So far only one owner of.xa to this opportunity .to ride the

1ere. Havens been able for the grand opening oon. which are provided by the school' I small parcel In" New,River has refused truck, ring the bell and crank the

OUt who the others -"'- ; Betty New OfficersSeeber cafeteria at 19: cents each.: to sign. Mr. Thomas said. siren he said.Sandwiches .
Ileal' Flash .Understand A. B. Cellon Dies I Broccoli Meeting It was stated that this refusal '
Henry Manassa U bride of pie. cake, coffee
the Andrews wa
will become Doyle would not be Allowed
org th"". recenUy "jlnlng Maurice Long Edwards Jr.. In a Georgia -!. president of the Bradford O FELLOW'S TO MEET Funeral services for Alexander This AfternoonAll of the up and cold drinks will be old In the
elected progress project.It
Harold JOhn r.. on s this weekend. Farmers of AmerIca The Odd Fellows Lodge will B. Cellon Gainesville dairyman,! I. school cafeteria beginning at 9 P. )
Future understood
that bids for
Serve cruise at thlll writ. ceremony presents .1'-I I Chapter first hold Its annual open house and were held Monday at his residenceon grower. Interested In plant. M. The public I. urged to come .4
saw, ilia One of their wedding at the Ing broccoli In thl. section are hardsurfaclng this road twill be advertised
Picture fish next Thursday nigh Sept early and eat before thestage
In the pa In the Billy school: term fry Glenn Spring. Road. Mr. supper
stay of the new
month's for the October
to be I meeting asked to at letting
a meet L. O. Owes the
day. Klngsley Lake Sept. 14. 28 at the Harold Mills Camp on lon a lifelong resident of Alachua show at 8 o'clock.:
on Thursday night. and the the additional
Bowling cottage; held State Farmer. Market thl. after sooner
Lake at 7:30: "The citizen of Bradford
Brooklyn beginning County
a ca elected were dlded Saturday after t
begin County.
an" Jot An Ideal spot to Other officer noon (Friday) at 2 o'clock. right-of-way are secured, the
Member should contactMr. are Invited
o'clock. to
: J. L. attendour
John RichRe,3 reer of marriage, I'd say. Meed Lewis. vice president: brief Illness H* was a brother of All grower who have signed sooner the work will begin.
)'fOOre of Alachua Jame. Hamilton Mill at Seller's Store or big jamboree. I am sure
ore. Alvarez secretary Mr. P C. Holllngsworth and contract and have their seed Road 8-235
don't 1s
MCKn1rht aD for IIOW. to the party approximatelyseven everyone will h&v. "
guert. of Well _ms to be Thomas Hamilton, Harley Strong prior a good time.
Illy next. ,,I treasurer; Mr W. M. Edward of Starke. can obtain the seed at this time. mile. long.
Sunday. A. T. and So-long. See you In the ; Allen Lewis, sentineL so plans can be made. __' Mayor Anderson sold.
nrton's -Carolyn reporter
pu ta the paper, I I I


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prize in the Blue Hone paper con for a birthday dinner in honor of and M. E. Henetar of Lake City I I David attended the TrullsGwynes :;- to attend-
Bradford County Telegraph! test. Mrs. Starling who observed' her were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan wedding' in Jacksonville union the annual rl m .
Ii HAMPTONII Mrs. Ola M. Perkins, principal I seventieth birthday anniversarythat Harley last Sunday. last Saturday. Mrs. Gwynes-Is a Crosby honoring th. lilt?
day. Four of the childrenand Mrs. George Arwoodand ,niece of Mrs. Browning.
Mr M. C. Sweeney attended the preaching and song Mr. Zell S.
N ESTABLISHED 1S7B E. L. MATTHEWS. OWN..OlTO"Fubl"hNl service at Hope church. Sunday., their families enjoyed this daughter. of Miami were recent J. R. Walters of St. Zelda Dukes. and d&
Mrs Perkins and Mrs. Bert Hin- occasion with their parents. These visitors of Mr. Arwood's Petersburg visited his parents,, Ann, wer, ,dR'',
Friday and Entorml. as Second Domonntratlnn Club MecteThe were Drew Freeman Ar- of the Fut<'fJe.. dlnllft
Every Starling B.
son attended the Methodist Conference parents, Mr. and Mrs Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Walters this n
'lng. 'Satul'1la
Foot Office at Starke, FU. Hampton Demonstration El- .,
Clam Matter at the at Waldo, Sunday night. Starling and his family Mrs wood.
Club held its monthly meeting at Reddish husband and Mrs week.Weekend
the Hampton school library, Tues Some of the seventh and eighth va and 'Mr. and Mrs Ernest Williamsand guests of the L H.
Hubbard and Aftera
i -MEMBER 1950 grade girls have made plastic billfolds Harley family. son, Donnie, of Jacksonville
day. Mrs. Jay Alderman presided plclnc dinner on the lawn of the Futchea were Mrs. Futch's brother,
over the business meeting. as a part of their art course hODthe party Journeyed over were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hubert B. T. Crosby and wife and son, GIyE
Kubfwrlptlon. .I\O Annually 91JIO For Six Month United They are very pretty Priest last Sunday. Karl, of Tampa, and her nephewand
1 Plans for making the to Hampton Lake for an afternoon
Nations flag to be used at the Two-thirds of all the Hampton of swimming. Mrs. J. P. McCall Mrs. Smith wife. Mr. and Mrs. L. B FAS
I school were discussed. It was decided -;' school children were in some religious -I and John Temple McCall of,Crosby, Jr.? of Gretna: On Sun
COMBATTING: "TilE lUG LIE" also to have a demonstration' service last Sunday. I Mrs. Joyce Futch and son, Terry i Gainesville were vlstlng Mr. and day Mr. and Mrs. Patch and

Guest Editorial by Russell Kay In the near future on painting I'i Monday of last week MIlS NormsSweeney were visitors {io Gainesville Satur-I Mrs. Frank Jones last Sunday I their guests motored to Brooker when !
1 afternoon.
chinaand glass-ware using Dek- 1 and Miss Martha Horne ':day of last week. !I MISE5J11
The TIG LIE is a far more dangerous weapon than the Al paints. visitors In the school, were given, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mersereau r Mr. and Mrs. Doc Wainwright
silhouettes, of themselves.Eddie I and children, Judy; Betty and I -
_, atomic bornb. Russia is using! it with telling effect againstthe The ladles present enjoyed making Hardnoan, talented of Starke were dinner guests of Frankle, of Jacksonville were
the world. Unless we as a people arisein the 9-strand check braid using school the Hubert Priest family :Monday
United States and artist, is displaying some of his visiting friend In the Lawtey area
palmetto and plan to weave belts evening of this week.
and retaliate with the BIG TRUTH, we may find work on the bulletin board. last Sunday.
might .
our using the material at their
same Saucer
Clyde and Miss Lou Ed-
other nations are today because they Virginia Williamson Is. school Mrs. Charles Moody and baby of .
ourselves enslaved as next meeting.
wards Jacksonville 'visit'
news reporter. (Jacksonville were vlstlng the H.

failed to act in time. .. ---- "'. \f._ IT. Men-tin n ing in Lawtey last Sunday. I'C. Kelleys several days last week MODERATION
The United States is being pictured as a nation 01 mon The Woman's Missionary Unionof Mr. and Mrs Charles Cuvrowe Mrs. J. JI(. Browning and son,,

ey-mad morons. The world is being told, over and over a- the Baptist church met In the -- ----. in the expense but the
gain, that we are aggressors, that we seek to conquer the home of Mrs. C. C. Tidwell, on LAWTEY utmost in .sincerity -
world. We are' pointed out as a nation of brutes and gang- Thursday afternoon, Sept. 14th L.. II. FlitchUeocptlon courtesy, and thoughtfulness
powerandmoneymad.We with Mrs. Edward Saxon as leader PWE SERVICE rORE accorded the affairs
liters, t in need of
Seventeen members were ,
that these
the belief
try to comfort ourselves for New Pastor PHONE 189 Service.
present and there were three visItors -
lies are so monstrous that no one will believe them. But people The reception originally an-
Mrs. L, R. ThomaaMrs. W.
; do believe them, people who hear these things about us, O. Engram and Mrs. Marlon nounced to be In the Baptist State Roads 100 & 200
Fastorium on Monday night of' STARKE FLORIDA
reported over and over again.It Crews all from the State Farm. ,
this week
that side of the story to was held In the home of OPEN 5 A.M TILL 11 P.M.\ DeWITT C.
is imperative we get our The study was on "He that Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cook Instead JONESPhone
these unimformed millions. We must pierce the Iron Curtain Readeth." Opening song wa This event was in honor of the ,

{ with TRUTH. "My' Jesus I Love Thee." Sen. new pastor of the Baptist Church 7' Starke, Fla.
President Truman knows this. General Eisenhower tence prayers were opened by and Ms family and was a delight' Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteries, Funeral Director
knows it. General Clay, whose airlift saved us in Berlin, Mrs Saxon and closed by Mrs. R ful affair. And Accessories Ambulance Se
unless win this gigantic C. Grayi After the program Mrs. Cook Our local funeral home enables us to offer convenlenT'services
knows it. They know that we can was aaalated In carIng .,
_ there was a business meeting In- for her not otherwise '
guests the
struggle for men's minds, peace is impossible. by ladles of available.

j In a warning on all radio networks on Labor Day, Gen- cluding new the year election as follows of officers: Mrs.forth K. home the made church.cake Refreshments'and of Let us SIL-I- LK EEN your car

eral Eisenhower called on every good American to enlist in B. Watterson, president; Mrs. served. The time was punch spent were,in by the new Silicone process The new We furnish the highest type service at lowest
against the'BIG LIE. Frank Thomas, vice way to lasting car beauty. $7.50 price,
a campaign president; visiting together and the climax accept ANY life insurance policy In force, leased
This movement has been well organized and calls for Mrs. Mary William., re-elected of the evening came when the 0 WATERPROOF O Corrosion Resistant company, as payment la part or In full on Ii bl
the establishment of several powerful independent radio secretary and treasurer; Mrs. W. hostess came to announce refreshments Consultation carries no obligation funet1l.
stations over which hundreds of 'refugees from enslaved A, Saxon, chairman of children's were ready to be served
countries will tell the TRUTH about America to their uninformed home committee. ,,and this being her birthday, I.
and unfortunate fellow-countrymen. They will make When the meeting closed the was greeted with a chorus of-
these talks in their own native language which will be beamed hostess served punch, cookies and "Happy Birthday to You.". Sh<
directly to the countries concerned. peanut butter cracker snadwiches was somewhat surprised!

In addition, it is proposed to establish a great Freedom Attending the Percy Crawfon P.T.A. Met Tuesday
Shrine behind the Iron Curtain in Berlin. This shrine will family program in Ocala, Satur- The Lawtey P.T.A. held its firs LOVETT'STARKE
house a giant 10-ton Freedom Bell and it will be dedicated on day night were: Mr. and Mrs. meeting of the year pn Tuesday
United Nations Day, October 24. Fred Dodd. Mr. and Mrs. Preston night of last week. The following
Durden, and Mrs. officers were elected to serve
Mr. R. C. Gray,
Between and that date will be called upon to
now you Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Edward. Saxon, through the year: president, Mrs
sign the "Freedom Scroll" subscribing to the following declaration Dan Harley vice
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McKowen ; president, Mrs.
: Mrs. M. C. Sweeney, Mrs. Ked 0. W. Roberts; secretary., Miss FLORIDA --- Prices Good Through Sat. 23rd
"I believe In the sacredness and dignity of the Watterson, Mlases Joan Sweeney" Mrs.Annette Joyce Simpson.;"and ,treasurer, !! Sept.
individual."I Martha Horne, Ruth Sibley, Sylvia .
believe that all men derive the right to May, Carolyn Durden, Frieda 1 cookies were served of ice-cream to and .
the record
Eiland, Janey Rhoden, Doric
freedom equally from God. crowd in attendance At this time
"I pledge to resist aggression and tyranny Jackson Josephine, Connie Thomas Sweeney, Shirley and 'Clyde SIngletary was asked tq SLICEDPineapple 3 LB. CAN
wherever they appear on earth."I Llndy Durden and Emory Brown, serve as Scout master for' the

am proud to enlist In the Crusade for Free- Frank Brown Truman Dickinson Boy Scouts and. he accepted the

Bill.Patray, Theodore Durden Jay responsibility."Week

dom."I am proud to help make the Freedom Bell Alderman, Johnny Dodd, and Danny of Prajer" CriscoN223c

possible, to be a signer of this declaration, to have Dodd. The WMU of the Baptist church
my name included as a permanent part of the Free- Mr. and Mrs. Claude May returned Is observing "Week of Prayer"
dom Shrine In Berlin and to join with millions of Saturday from a twcWeeks' this week. Mrs. J. M. Browning
Mrs. ,
vacation trip, during which Joyce Futch and Mrs. A. A.
men and women throughout the world who hold the
Cook are
they enjoyed a sightseeing tour serving as leaden of the 4
cause of freedom sacred.
programs on State Missions
through the mountains of North with
The amount you contribute to this worthy cause is up to Carolina Tennessee and Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck and Mrs. J. D.
you. Every cent you contribute will go to fight Communismand viewing historic Mt. Robinson In charge of the devo-. 79
preserve freedom for you, your loved ones and all who and visiting( relatives In Vlrglnla'j tions.
love freedom. ton, D. C.. And Starllno- Reunion .
I The of A.J.
I family Starling assembled -
This great campaign began last week. First name on Miss Martha Horne spent'' at his home last Sunday
the Freedom Scroll was that of our Governor Fuller Warren, Thursday through Saturday at J I
followed by the signatures of cabinet members, R. A. Gray, Swan Lake Conference Grounds, -- I '
Secretary of State; Richard Ervin Attorney General; Edwin attending the Baptist Student Un- Of LARGE SIZE 46 oz. Highlight Graprfrult'or IIRESSI.NG

Larson, State Treasurer; T. D. Bailey Superintendentof ion Retreat.Mr. .
Public Instruction and State Comptroller C, M. Gay. ,.n* Mrs. Tom Gilmartin reCently YDU 2 for 49C'

The goal for Florida in this "Crusade for Freedom" is Georgia spent with a relatives.pleasant weekend In TIDE25C ORANGE JUICE E Mi

one million names. Even though you may not be able to The Rev.
and Mrs. J. L. Tharpe, --------------
face the foe on the battlefield, yoou can do your part in this of Tampa, were gueats Thursday '. Our large preicrip-.
cold war for men's minds. Make sure your name In enrolledon and Friday of last week of the Rev. lion volume has been
the "Freedom Scroll" and be generous in your contribution and Mrs. Robert Gray. Rev built on the belief that ANGEL OFT 400 COUNT
to( help raise the Iron Curtain and give voice to TRUTH. Tharpe Is pastor of the New Orleans ron are the person to Pt
Baptlat church In Tampa. be pleased in every FACIAL TISSUE 23C 29cBUTTER
Mrs. transaction To that
0 W. Rahme of Miami,
UI IllhIALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing has been visiting: In Hampton. end,we offer you skilled
Established 1894 Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hicks and service, prompt and
son. L-angford of Brunswick Qa., courteous attention and. LAND O'SUNSHINE 46 OZ. CANS TANGERINE
prices that are uniformly
have been recent visitors here. tT& ft EVAPORATED
Mrs. W. E. Daugherty. Jacksonville fair. Bring us c
was the Monday overnight We that will next appreciate prescription.it. JUICE for
guest of Mrs May Sweeney MILK
I WE INVITE YOU TO I ,Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn and ;
family spent several days this "..2'.

PATRONIZE OUR]I week Sunday Perrlne Mr.Mrs.Ann In,and Theo,here Tampa.of were Mrs Jacksonville Simmons visiting Ci Sunday E., friends.with Oualey, enjoyed dinner Carolyn ofI (i), 'T'THOWARD'S lb.59c COCKTAIL NO. 2 CAN LIBBY'S FRUIT 33C 3'cars s2f

guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May.
MODERN, SANITARY They accompanied their eldest
son. Charles (Butch) Oualey, Jr. |
to Gainesville, where lIe has enter- IIII5..
ed the Drugs PrescriptionsPh. Mr '
Meat & University of..Florlda.Mr.
Curing and Mrs. George Jones and 79 Starke
Mr. and Mrs, Robert Barksdalc \ ii.kWRHnllD
and daughter of Starke, have ,.". '-'> 1
been recent guests of the J.V..
Home family.Sc'hoolroom NO. 1Potatoes
Storage Plant Not vt Floor Sanding PICNICHAMS
10lb.25CU.S. l
The school garden Is growing White, Bac
rapidly. They are looking for
READY ward' to luscious radishes in the & Finishing
lunch room in a couple of weeks. YELLOW lb. 2
Parents may wonder what their First Cut
children get in the lunch room for .Waxing & Polishing Ib

e fifteen children cents.in the This Hampton Is what school the "" All New EQuiomentPh. ONIONS 51b.19C 39c Center 111. 3 3r

had for lunch the last week: ,

Monday: Stew beef and onions
mashed potatoes, string beans, SNOW WHITE 4 4S
C Meaty SPARE RIBS Jb.----4
Sugar Cure & Smoke House Facilities bread and butter, peanut butter ,

sandwiches. milk. Cauliflower nd.25
Available Tuesday: White means and
bacon, macaroni and tomatoes SLICED BACON 1b.----.4 4

cabbage slaw, bread and butter, ,
,-. milk. :ello.
Wednesday: Corned beef hash FOODS SIRLOIN STEAK lb.--- : 6
+ rice, English peas and carrots
bread and butter, yellow plats ENGLISH ,

peaches Thursday, milk.: White beans and DIYIANA' Lykes WEINERS lb. 4
HL A. Lawson Market bacon, macaroni and tomatoes Strawberries ,
cabbage slaw, bread and butler

and Friday honey: Salmon milk. salad, creamed 2 for 39c PERCH FILLETS lb. - 3
I corn, tomatoes beets carrot-strips Pkg. 29c
& Cold Storage I bread and butter, jello and milk. ,
1 Second helpings, sometimes even I Cottage Cheese lb. .J
1 third helpings, may be had In the Calvin Johns ,

Washington St. Near R.R. Starke Florida lunch room without extra charge Ph. 41 Over 2000
The Hampton school boys have Starke Items Are

been awarded a football as third i I]I i...... Cheaper At Lovett41. \



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SEP 22 1958


cPFfEIBER :no 1050


y Mr* John McKlnny
'v DlnnU Rivers were
Mrs Q. \V.
home here recently
at and friends
,,00 relatives
"rUidaj.. dinner honoring hie
Rivers of
i Irs
All of Mrs. .Rivera'a
present on this oc-
This event was helddale I

l 27 :

and Mrs. Clarence Melton .
Gainesville were
Ildre of I
sundRY ot Mr and Ira. Joe

,nod, attendance was noted.
I. afternoon at prayer meet.'d
m the home of Mr, and TONIGHT-Friday8OO:

}1 f McKinney Abernathy was In Galnes.fridny .

on business.


f Agnes Lawrence, Mrs. R

e,,Mrs.Cunningham A Carlson were and Mrs lr \i
twills shopping: recentlythere ? .,'I.
they were accompanI
I !) ', Cunningham's daugn- '
1 i
F L. Easterly, of that BRADFORD PARK r s+

I. Wills, of Keystones
who Is staylnsf with her
| L. N. Wagner, here '
1'r improved at this writing STUDENTS 1 9P P&P** &* P P &* BP iP SBPVP ADULTS ; \' I

| Ida Gentry and daughter, : ':
were weekend guests of e ; i'i'l
d Mrs Bert Busbee In Silver 25c 1950 SCHEDULE 75c :
fand Mrs. H. Ayres were In l '
IvHIe Saturday.
| B. Cunningham and sons ,
I Monday.and Richard, were ir SEPTEMBER 22 WIWSTON - HERE -

Jflatlven Lucas la spending In Pennsylvania.a vacation SEPTEMBER 29 SEABREEZE mERE. .
I many friends here BympaVlth jy j' "
Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux ,
i recent sudden passing of < OCTOBER 6 PALATKA THERE' I
band. - -

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.It IlnetessHellbronn. OCTOBER 20 ALACHUA ----THERE

- Club held Its Home regular Demon-meet. OCTOBER 27 OPEN r.! i
|ho home of Mrs. Eddie Cox

(..\it nda\Mrs.\ of Eldon last week.Sapp, con.The i NOVEMBER 3 DELAND HERE E ';1
- 1
1 the business meeting atIt !1r N Yt
I m> filie selected a nominal- 4" r llr, j I ,aE

millee to that it can have NOVEMBER 10 LAKE BUTLER HERE
rt ready to be acted on atrt
.emonstratlon for the meet
| en by Miss Dorothy'Roas, -
eying belts using palmetto

Delicious refreshments E NOVEMBER 22 GREEN COVE HERE -
krved the members by; : the -
Jlrs Cox. o

JACK II.\/" S, Quarterback .., ft -- ..,.r-.. _- ... _-----.... .-.. -
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|)your office supplies from KKNNKTII: JOHNS Tackle .
ford County Telegraphing \ .
for the office!
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jiness Leaders Onward, Tornadoes! Compliments of Compliments of nest Wishes.! Team!

[Hail Value of PURE SERVICE STORE C. H. Nasworthy Lawson's Market & Cold Storage FLORIDA THEATREu.s.

TECTIVE'EAKING SOl at'Road 100 General' Supplimt See the Tornadoes brat-lint rat Luwnon's meat! The home of good entertainment '

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Best wishes to the team Bring home the bacon boys! See you at Bradford Park tonight Come on out and boost our team ; ,


Starke, Florida Starke, Florida Eat: 1801 J. F. Jaudon

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r It's a pleasure to back the Tornadoes Mow em down, Tornadoes Best wishes of Electric Service & Supply :
Florida Bank at Starke '
'- Member Federal Deposit insurance Corp.
.0w George KOJM'lolI.u" Furniture Company Mrmlx-r Florida National Group v Let'a Support the Tornadoes p pii1
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;;, Get 'Em Tornadoes A good team like the Tornadoes Let's go, Tornadoes!
# Cloned tonight-we've gone to the game!

e Starke Builders Supplies deserves your supportBARKSDALE'S CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE ANDREWS MOTOR CO.

The Rxall Store
RIs CARNEGIEf author .f Carl John .._ __ .. __ ... Phone 118, Starke
f ... Prlf nU and .......... r r
1n aloe W.ft'7'_ I' .. I I''... .... '.'
rt 611n a:' .. I .. .. I I
"plre to Business Leader- ... .n ....u.. .
, GEM JEWELRY Be present tonight to cheer our boys to a
q I
alit flnil there is no .ub- tonight's game! Support the Tornadoes with
'tor Effective: Speaking; and Everybody out for victory your I presence!

lit''T to Handle People. For Ed Simpson L. B. Alvarez Service Station

the Dale Carnegie Course DO WLING AUTO SALES Seaboard Railroad Watch Inxpector Farm, Home & Auto Supply I I

tire Speaking and Human ... ... Temple ft Call Streets
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luw Micce .fully trained .. I'
I h.
,I. of ambitious men and I I .. .. ... r. ; ,..... .. ... .

tOW throughout" the country. Compliments of Best wishes from We're behind you, Tornadoes! You'll) arrive safe at the game with '
training can help .
.tve positions of leadership, Olson's Refrigeration Service SLADE GAS CO., INC. TOR ODE,CHEVROLET CO. FIRESTONE TIRES
r 0 a to
speak with poise and Good lock, Tornadoes.miafm" Sale. II ServiceCompliments
In at the game! J. p Rotx-rU Motors
private "'e'U meet you
and before .
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F Prepare r. r.
you for Increased .. I "
f Power. : ..... .. .. ... .. ..
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Fall Cloues will be ot ;
_'..r.Course will be poll ao.lr Compliments of DENMARK FURNITURE CO. <*% STARKE MOTOR COURT )
the S. R. Johns Grocery OUr ANDREWS iJF1

ary Club of Starke & Co. We're proud to be Tornado boosters.. e !!
I" We're Tornado fans, StarLVs '
Graham, Precldrnt. or. Leading Motor Court ,

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4 lad goer: FREE lafonnaof .. __ ,. .. 11tt, .. ..
lasy Way to Learn to
q Aebiie.e maU the .I of Best of luck from Compliments from I
>ta,. cqupoa Compliments Let's flU the stand for tonlghtOs game. I


a.tII'IIJ: Gen..al insurance ,.
AD klnds
of luarance"
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... r 'Miss I Scavenger Hunt Mrs. Merrill Edwards, Mrs. E. J. social hour wee
Miss Carmichael Rosenberg Moore-Casey Dowling, Jr., and Mrs. Ned Yancy. hostess enjoYed ,

1 Weds Mr. BeachIn Hostess To BPWThe For Young People"A At the close of. an enjoyable ments to Serving tempting
of and contests. the thE> "Jgnl
period games
I Home Ceremony Kingsley Lake home o r Scavenger Hunt" was enjoy 45:I children attending were served two. visitors present Inert" ,

,; Miss Della Rosenberg, vlce-presl t xal ed by the Intermediate department refreshments of sandwiches and

# dent of the local Business ani of the Methodist Youth. Fel- soft drinks. The blessing was asked = '-----
Professional Woman's. Club, wa, lowship at the First Methodist t by little Dale Bradley. --

the scene Monday evening of th Church in Starke Friday evening

Residence June) Caldwell Offlre September meeting of the group. i i'r id ig r September 15.: Mrs. Del Colley Young Matrons Meet I

Ph. State Farm 45 Editor Phone 29 Following regular commltte served as hostess for tho evening
chairmen reports and the readlni along with the counselor, Miss:!! With Miss FieldsThe Anliijl

7t of several Items of correspondent. 1 I Carol White.Sunday '

Lovely Tea Shower Wedding Date Set cussionwas to. the 22 members held about present the, a DIstrlet dig r School Party the Presbyterian Young Matrons Church Circle met of China.-(.law ..Brli.w;

For Mrs. Bennett, For;:: Miss FieldsPlans 4 meeting which Is to be heU Thursday night Sept. 14, at T:3C: Home
ri+ with the local club on Sunday For BeginnersThe o'clock at the home of Miss Hazel Displa; (
Recent Bride been and I
have completed Fields
October 8. State First Vice PresIdent rr
home. of Mrs. Adolph Gayon Hand ,,
are announced for the marriage ot PalM
Wllhemlna Harvey of Ke, v Miss Fields called the meetingto LII1I8
The recreation hall of the Firs t Miss Hazel Fields, daughter of 1I West will be the guest speaker anc West Madison. Street was the order and introduced Mrs. PIah s.t
Baptist Church was the settln Mrs. J. H. Fields and the late Mr. 8 1'luK-s<<
of delightful party Thursday Yarbray, leader & ,
District Chairman, Aulean Martlrof scene a Ralph program I'Jaho,,,
beautiful tea shower given I to Herbert Adam
for Fields of Starke,
a Jacksonville will preside ovei afternoon. of last week for who had charge. Mrs. Charier
last Friday afternoon from 4 until Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Adam Visitors ]
of Mrs. O. D the business session. Committee. members of the Beginners Depart Shepherd read .a poem.It rflco,
B o'clock In honor Green, also of Starke.
for arrangements on that daj ment of the First Baptist Church was announced that Mrs
Bennett, a recent bride. Host. The wedding will be an event ot > Dorothy &
occasion Mrs were announced And reports wen i Sunday School. Guy Andrews will be program Jim c
cases on this were Sunday afternoon, October 13 at '
Carl! Mathews, Mrs. O. A. Anderson 5 o'clock in the First Presbyterian I given from the program and menu ),rr. and Mrs. William Frederick Hostesses on this occasion were leader for the October meeting SOl! N Walnut pj',

Mrs. Maxie Carter, Mrs. Cula church of Starke. The Rev. C. K. chairmen. Moore of Lawtey announce the en the department teachers: Mrs. O. which will be held at the home of

Coran, Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mrs Imbrle of Penney Farms will ofdelate. Members were asked to take gagement of their daughter, L. Llnsin, Mrs. A. B. Baker, Mrs.' Mrs. Fred Selley ;, ,
J. H. DuPre and Mrs. H. A. their Items of clothing jewelry Llllyan Barbara, to. Thomas Levi Elton Hardy, Mrs. Lavern Outlaw After a brief business session, a= ------.:::::'
etc., to the home of Janie I Aver
Lawson.A No invitations are being sent y Casey, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
color scheme of yellow and but all friends and relatives of the to be sent to the Florida Indus- Thomas Levi Casey, Sr., of Aub ... -- ----------- --
I trial School for Girls in Ocala
white was carried out In every couple are Invited to attend the urndale. Wedding plans will be
detail. Arrangements of white wedding and also the reception any, Hostess Chairman Mildred Doyle announced later.

gladioli and yellow porn pom' which will be held Immediately announced that October hostesseswill K cNst. MARLIN FACTORY SERVICE SiaFlo:
be Dolly Sullivan Norma
chrysanthemums with fern w replaced fallowing the ceremony at the St.Mark' Miss Hazel Fields >
Dean Thompson and Esther Under
at vantage points.. Parish House. Mlas Mary Virginia Carmichael
To Be Honored :
Gueats were greeted at the door daughter of Mrs Delores R
Club Parliamentarian June
by Mrs. Ira Wilson who Introduced Canasta Party Carmichael
and the late A. C. .
them to the receiving line compos. For Mrs. Carmichael of Starke, and Mlruel Brownlee gave the program on. the Miss Hazel Fields whose marriage Watches, Watch Bands, Clocks, Jewelry] Pens, Lighters _
Attaway subject to parliamentary procedureto to Herbert Green will be an
ed of the hostesses, the bride and Lamar Beach ton of
George E be used In the club, and gave event of October 15, will be the "Your Printed Factory Guarantee-7s Just Like Money 'To
Mrs. F. J. Shaw. The Mel"Ray }
her mother, Mrs. T. W. Attaway, who will Beach of Wlldwood. ;were unitedIn !
several Instances In the past where honoree at a miscellaneous shower
honoree chose for this occasion a leave soon to make her home in marriage at the home of the
the correct. procedure' had not beer'ollowed to be held Thursday afternoor Marlin
two piece model of black taffeta bride's aunt, Mrs. R. I
honoree Reddish
Orlando, was the recentlyat and ways of. .correcting. Sept. 23, from until 6 o'clock at
(with full skirt and a bodice of a canasta party at tile home of at Hellbronn Springs on Saturday
I the O. L. residence on
the procedure.The Beasley
black all-over lace over Ice blue. Mrs. Billy Dowling. Co-hosUssei. evening, September 2, at '8:2p| o'- Walnut Street. Hostesses on this! .
Her corsage was of white gladioliand with Mrs. Dowling on this occasion clock. The Rev Samuel Watson group decided to take .
rosebuds. were Mrs. AI Kay Carlisle and pastor of the Hellbronn Baptist charge of the peanut stand for the occasion will be Mrs. Beasley, Mrs
Mrs. K. O. Duncan
M. F. Brown,
The punch bowl, embedded In Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr. I Church officiated. at the single ring PTA at the Hallowe'en Carnival Mrs. J. W. Klncald, Mrs. C A
fern and chrysanthemums, wu After several games of canasta ceremony In October.
Knight and Mrs. L. D. Vining.
presided, over by Mras. Palmer prizes were awarded to. Mrs The bride'had as her only attendant Following adjournment, delicious I

Williams. Robert Paterson and Mrs. E, J. her slater Mrs. S. T. refreshments were nerved by

Misses Nancy Knight, Shirley Dowllng Jr. Mrs. Attaway received Schultz of Jacksonville Mrs. hostesses Marg-ar.it Miller Mildred Methodist Men

Shaw, Helen Haines, Elise Lawson a shower. of gift handker Schultz chose for her sister's' wedding Sapp Melba Partin and Della Have Outdoor SupperThe -

Joan Silcox and Julia Lawson chiefs. an aqua suit with black"acensorles. Rosenberg. a

served refreshments from the tea The hostesses served refreshments Her corsage was of men of the.First Methodist

table which was overlaid with at the close of a delightful pink carnations. I WMS Observes Church enjoyed a hamburger fry

white Maderla linen and centered evening. Mr. Beach served as best manor Week Of around. the outdoor fireplace at

with a beautiful arrangement of Helen Haines, Joan Tenly Elise his son. I Prayer the" parsonage. Monday. evening. :,
mixed flowers.
Lawson and Joan Silcox, accompanied The bride'wore a becoming. The Week of Prayer program The party was sponsored by the
Gifts were displayed on lace- > at the' piano by Miss Julia white suit with navy accessaries. ot the Baptist WMU was held Men's Bible Class of the church
tables Mrs. D. W.
covered by Lawson She carried a white prayer. book In the church beginning Monday and the brief meeting following/:'

Moore. Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Sr.. Mrs. S. E. Sparks Mrs. M. F. topped with a purple orchid and afternoon at 3:30: o'clock with the the: supper was presided over by ANN PA
kept the bride's book. -
the afternoons musical! Hazen and :Mrs. H. T. Hough RS- I ube roses. program Chairman Mrs. F. B. T. H. Slade class president. Dur-
elated In looking after tho pleasureof Immediately following the Beard, in charge. ns- this period It was decided to SalaiDRESSI
was present! bv thegirls'
program ceremony a reception was held Inher The hold a similar fellowship hour for
quartette composed of Misses the guests.KOCH'S program topic was If (
? aunt's home.
Missions" and those taking part the men of the church once each

... n '-,' '_ I After a short wedding trip the Included Mrs. A. A. Purden, Mrs. month. The next supper was QT4J -
i couple will be at home to friends L. A. Canova, Mrs. S. E. Sparks. scheduled for Monday, October 30 r t J ,.. ., ,
i In -T'- '
CUT Jacksonville where Mr Beach' Mrs. M. F. Hazen. Mrs. L. D. I The Rev T. G. Mitchell pastor
DRUGS! Is associated with the Seaboard ANN PACK
[ Haines and Mra. L. O. Powell poke briefly commending the i n ales variety of the
railroad .
HATE i Tuesday, afternoon. the program men's class on' its program. of _" ,.-'" lea frr.hf>.t Iwnraavallnlil rrnlt. A I vrirrtnb_ Salad Dressing, pt. ,
I nee
resumed when business activities.The .
was 1 a
any day you hop at AoItl":
We Are Never Undersold WSCS Met Monday meeting was held In the education hamburgers and other Itemson ANN 1'AGUStuffed

In Church building with 29 members present I the menu were prepared on the
Building Olives .
The devotional. was led bv Mrs. outdoor grill by Herbert Deal.Baptist I TOKAY GRAPES Ib. 15c

NEW! NEW! NEW I The Methodist, VVSC3 held ill, Alma Hou h. .I ANN PAGE

monthly business1' and program Various reports were given ,lurIng Tuniors
meeting at the church Monday the business session which was Salad Mustard .

Knife & Cleaver Set 3.50 afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. presided> 'over by the president, Have Wiener RoastThe Red Delicious .Apples, Ib. -12c

5-piece Mrs. E, K. Perryman had charge .Irs. S. E. Sparks. ANN PAGEKetchup

of the program, which waa based New officers were installed, by Junior Department of the 8 .
bunch . lOc oz. -
First Church enter CARROTS
Baptist was -
on the topic "Thy Saving Health the pastor's. wife, Mrs. Haines ,
& Cleaver Set 5.50 talned with weiner and marshmallow
7-niece Knife Among All Nations." Taking part The program chairman from a ANN PAGE
roast last
Friday night by
was Mrs. C. D. Williams of Tampa ICEBERG LETTUCE hd. 12c
the Daisy Fowler Circle, Mr H -
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch at their Chili Sauce .
a state officer of the society. A. Lawson, the ,
9.95 developed topic home at the State. Farm.

10-piece Knife & Cleaver Set sided During over the by business the president session,,Mrs.pre. "Can You by Mrs.Read.W." She L. Andrews was assisted -, The lawn was gaily decorated Red, ripe TOMATOES, ctn. 19c ANN PAGE 21 OZ.

Titus Olson, plans were completed Mrs. F. Hazen, Mrs. T. B. with colored lights. Japanese lanterns Pork & Beans .
for a Mission. Study Course In Harding, Mrs. A. A. Durden, Mrs and balloons. Fresh green CABBAGE, lb. 5c

PlasticWATER October and for an Informal din. L, Daniel. Mrs. Paul Raymondand Games were played under the ANN PAGE CREAMY: SMOOTH

PITCHER ner honoring members of the Mrs. F. J, Shaw. direction of Miss Polly Mann and Yellow ONIONS med. Ib. 5c
M > Welseyan Guild to be held In the prizes were awarded the winnersIn Peanut Butter, 12 oz,

education building Thursday. Oct. The Doris Knight and Business l the various games. stalk 19c
98c 12at7P.H.; Woman's. Circles observed the Mrs. Ritch was assisted In caring 3 LB. CAN
for her guests by the teachers
Week of Prayer by having a Joint I of the Junior
department. DEXOFNE)(
Ladies AuxiliaryThe meeting Tuesday night In the LONG ISLAND SNOW BALL -

Official SizeFOOTBALLS Kettle of 230 Baptist Education Building/: the
Ladles Auxiliary: of the subject "Home Mission Work In Rotary Directors

ASPIRIN69c Presbyterian Church will meet at Florida." Have Supper Meet CAULIFLOWERLarge r'SUpER-RI6H

the home of Mrs. H H. Young on Mrs. M. L Lawson and Mrs. E

2.49 & 2.69 Madison Street, Tuesday night C. Mann had charge of the pro- Members of the Board of DIrectors "" ........
Sept. 28, at 8 o'clock. All mem- gram and Mrs Lex Green, gave of the Rotary Club were .
bers are urged to be present.ROWUP. the devotional. guests at a spaghetti Supper Head 23C QUALITFJIE."SuperRight"

New Stick COLOGNE $1 & 1.50 Those taking part and their respective Tuesday evening at the home. of Beef I'rlme FW CRIB
topics were' as follows:' Mr. and Mrs. T K. McClane, Jr.,,

Plastic BED LAMP . 1.98 vA Mrs J. D. Doyle, Work with the on Kingsley La. e. ROAST Ib."SuperlUlCht" .-
Seminole Indians at Danla; Mrs During the meeting, which followed CRACKER JACK Jc .

7.10 J. O. Gay Refugee Work in Tam- the supper! plans were
RADIO BATTERIES pa; ,Mrs. D. L. Thomas, Stetson formed for an old clothes drive MARSHM ALLOWS 19c Ground
University at Deland and the to. be held in October.
I 1 Mrs.Baptist E. Lawson Orphanage State at Prison Lakeland and: ------- PARD DOG FOOD . 2 for 27c lb. -

POINT PENS - 25c & 39c the Work with the Jews at Miami.
BORAX, 20 MULE TEAM 18c "Super-Right" Top Slrliiln
After the discussion of these
Nit ti-Nap topics, Mrs. Bob Young offered ILC
1.1925c p1STARKE A-JAX CLEANSER . 12c\ STEAK lb. -
Pastel Napkin Dispenser & Napkins prayer for these fields of work. FL-:. I

The concluded
program I a
solo. by Mrs. Mann the taking; of SPICK 'N' SPAN 24'c' "Super-Right" Fanry Silted

,kg. Silver Star an offering, and prayer by Mrs.S. Fri., Sat., Sept. 22, 23

Razor Blades Free .. E. Sparks. DOUBLE FEATURE BORAXO, 20 MULE TEAM 17c BACON 1 lib. pkg.

With Purchase Of f' Martha WinklerIs Leave It To HenryRaymond BAB-O CLEANSER -. 12c FRESH STD. PINT C.\SS

Giant sz. Shave Party HonoreeMiss Walburn, Walter Oysters -

Cream 43c or 49c ,.. : ;. : :Martha Winkler was the Catlett CASHMERE BOUQUET, Reg. Bar . 9c PINT C.tS3

: BIG SAYINGS on honor outdoors guest at the at A Winkler weiner roast home held on -ANDTrailing LUX TOILET SOAP Bath Bar 12c Oysters .

MEET ME ATKOCH'S _-I ---.- .. ROUND TRIP FARES Temple Avenue last Friday night. TroubleWith JOY'LIQUID SUDS 6-oz. Bottle 28c A DSD2-Vi: lll|
Correspondence The occasion was her fourteenth FLORIDA GB.

You save so. extra 1O* or birthday anniversary. Ken Maynard OXYDOL POWDER Large .
Notes more ..d, vnj on .T rjr Hostesses were Miss Sue Williams Also Short & Serial lb.

Greyhound Round.. Trip Miss.. Luclle Alvarez and Miss Sun., :Mon., Tues., Sept. :21-26 DUZ SOAP POWDER Lge. Pkg. 28c Fryers,
FOUNTAIN! 39c ticket!Ask about the big Fall ;Merry Winkler.

up Round.Up of all kind of I Following. the supper the 20 WHITE TOWER DUEFT for dishes, Lge. Pkg. 28c QUICK FROZEN Gr. A v&

trip,tours,.pedal features tA young guests joined in a scavenger
hunt and also enjoyed. television Glen Ford VsJll.Cls LAVA SOAP, Large Bar . 13c''
programs. >ud Rains Hen
Come to Koch's for the There art hundreds mart I In TechnicolorPlus IVORY SNOW Large Pkg. . . 28c

e... ....,...
; fastest finest most reasonable W.y Trip Norman-Crawford Shorts .t NewsThura lb. 65c
SOAP Reg. Bar 2 for 17c
..........In. I .un a 1. prescription aer- fI.ln"III. oM..* :Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman of Wed.. Sept. 21 28 '
I..... (.It,. .INI i.cn Starke announce. the engagementand DOCBLE FEATURE -

04 vice in Starke lit.Ocala"....tl.. I.1.3.1:a 1.33 3.3U approaching marriage of fO ICH. PVU *vt AND I117 0t rtRiieiV > f'

their daughter Gloria Ethel, tc: Prison Without
Tara 3.T1 asa
Miami CA.1 1I.MU Lonnie Crawford Jr., son of Mr. teller OT folfw .

W. Palm U..;.. a. Ml ..7$ and Mrs. Lonnie Crawford. ST. BarsAll ,
l>nyt. .... 3-2-1 ".011 also of Starke The wedding will 3 SUPIM WINOt CU VO-O OUNO MOM
I'riiMcala T.M 13.TS be an event of Sunday afternoon, Star Cast
DRUG STORE T.ll>l....... ale 11.110PI.I
October 8, at 3 o'clock at the homeof
( :' 1:... TOrr .\*) the bride's parents. ANDFighting ..,,, Eight O'clock, Lib bag 77c S

K 0 .C H DELIVERY >'hound Bus Station No Invitations are being sent, Stallion "" 300 EAST CALL
..-.U See Pk 14TJGREYHOUND but all friends and relatives of .ocioi:| RED CIRCLE, Mb. bag ?sc

Phone 53 Starke, Fla. the couple are Invited to attend Bill Edwards Doris Merrtck ui' Florida

the !.Wedding and also the reception: Also Shorts Bokar Coffee 1-lb. bag 79c Starke,

I which will immediately follow. the .. ,
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t f 22 1950 I

.-..,mF... ... 1080 BRADrORO COUNTY .........RAPD. .TA....... FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
tf. __ -

Mrs. Jesae Livingston of Tampawas ston of Tampa has entered Columbia Oa, where he will study tc
I( I
visiting friends here Wednes Theological Seminary, Decat- a Presbyterian minister

day. She came here from Hawthorn -

where she was called by askH WHO KNOWS V. YOUR WATCHMAKER!,
the death of her slater, Mrs. Lula '

Peacock. Funeral services were ,

1111 THE NEWS I II held Tuesday afternoon at the I, ouR wCt4
v graveside In Hawthorn Cemetery

I .w..a It Scratch I>ad., assorted nlze*. I

.1 1 A. McIntyre and Friends will be Interested t< I r r f : ..R 15c lb. Bradford County Tele

learn that John Patrlc 1 iPati) graph.
,Auburn-erelclntyre' Casey" has joined the Navy and 1 Is A a tlii; R : I e'y Mrs. E. F. Cain returned to her CK

Seaboard undergoing boot training at the e I home in Jacksonville Tuesday after ;
the ye
d by Barefoot spent last Great Lakes Training Center. Hit tat, I a visit with her mother, Mrs. Carl \

1 Pst.M Petersburg where shedied address is John P. Casey S. R. I Jackson. J..

,n of the deathpephew I Co 298, 8th Regt? Slat Bn Mrs. Carl Stelnhagen returned
because I and hacked 40 ,
My personal Integrity profession by year
Wallace USNTC, Great
Monroe Lakes Thursday from New York after a
; of experience In Fine Watch Repairing, Is your Guarantee
service. three months' stay in the Catskll'!
Mr.'and Mrs. J.
drle photographic Harper and of Satlnfactlon. Authorized Distributor for Hamilton
Gift Shop I Mountains. While away she alsc y I
Camera daughter, Annette, Mr. and Mrs and llulovaValctirn..
sad Elgin, .
Theatre. Ph. S05 I spent a few weeks with relative w ,
It f..rlds, W J. Hathcock and Mrs. Florence '
In Union
Alexander and Mlsf City. I } Ed Simpson ;
Yo' B Farmer all of Jacksonville, were
expect to mover 'I Old now |mM-r!_haixly foi 1 9t's
Alexander guests Sunday of Mrs. Sank Krakiianl Airline.. Railway Vatrh In.prctor .
garage apartment rapping parking, painting \
new Alexander home Avery. Ib. for lOr. Bradford County Tel GEM JEWELRY .
Aeek The STEPHEN COLLINS .FOSTER whose songs are. loved and sung by more people than any other AmerIcan :
street will be 0<> Star Brand Shoes!'! for bojsand graph.
harsh compiler will be honored on Wednesday, October 4, when notable person from all walks of life
and Mrs. E. Land girls at Stump's. Friends will be interested tc
by *' will attend the dedication of the new $200,000 Foster Memorial" at White Sprlngon U.S. Highway 41,I know J

gM family I Mr. and Mrs. J E. Osteen and 11 miles north of Lake City A colorful pageant will be a feature of the dedication. The public In Invited grandson that of George Mrs. Jennie R, McM&ster .,

and Mrs J. T Adkins re- son James, of Largo, were over and' there in no chargi Pictured above (left" ) Is the painting of Foster by the noted artist, How Living- : ,

L to their home in Bainbridge, night guests Thursday of last ard Chandler Christy and on the right Is a view of the Suwannee, the river tho composer made Immortal I. --
visit of several days week of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowl- -
Itef a "
In his
song, "Old Folks at Home.
hen aon-In-law and diugh- Ing, Sr. They were here to attend ..._..un_ _.. '/ A
Fact You Can Do Keller At
and Mrs J. C. Hobbs. the funeral services at Brook-
lit r. Armstrong linoleum and er for ]firs. H. A. Smith of Miami I :Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Brown anf I Mr. and Mrs. .Nate Dyal and Oil and wood heaters", all sizes,

,/ tile and floral pat an aunt of Mrs. Osteen and Mrs I sons Marvin and Edward, and sons and Mrs. T. L. Casey were at Hart Furniture Co. r
kern Hart Furniture Co. I Dowling Mr. and'Mrs.. Ben Rowland spent Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs Mr and Mrs. T. W Attaway and

Sunday at Bayard all guests of I Casey's brother and sister-in-law, children, Tommy and Cindy, will DENMARK'S -
Mr and Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Thompson In leave the first of October for
Jacksonville. their new home In Oilando.
$10 off on all Hummer milt at i
Alvarez' Store. I Mr. and Mrs. H. C Wlmberlyof Mrs. Janie Avery returned last
Eagle Lake will be weekend week from a ten-day visit with
Mr. Mrs.
and J. C. Hobbs had
as their guests Thursday of last guests of Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Millar In West STOP HERE SHOP AND SAVE ,

week Mrs. Hobbs' brother-In-law I Sr., and Mr. and Mra. Nelson Palm Beach. e
Dedicated To Community Service I
and sister, Mr and Mrs. Leon Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swlndall
"Movies Are Better Than Ever"ONLY Green.Maiden
Miller and children, of Havana. : Form 'llras at and son, Anthony, are enjoying *

Sheriff P. D. Reddish will be In Stump's. vacation with Mr. Swlndall' Unfinished Sanded and for Standard Size Thayer Birch & Maple
relay, Sept. 23 ; Tues. & Wed., Sept. 26 & 27 Gainesville next Tuesday and Mrs. l,. S. Hutto Is enjoying mother Mrs. M. T.. Swindall, in ready painting

DOUBLE rEATCBB -- Wednesday to attend a short two weeks' visit with her brother Clint on wood, Va. BABYCRIBS

course for Florida sheriff: II and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E $10 off on all summer sulta at Chest offDrawers

Mrs. Annie Laura Neuner of, W. Ritter, In Hamlet, N. C. She Alvarez' !Store

Tampa was a recent guest of her I will\ also visit relatives In Orange- Mr. and :Mrs. John P. Udell of t111

I r brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and burg, S. C. before returning home. Auburndale were weekend guestsof 2795
I Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. J. C. Bell and Van Patel madea Mr. Udoll's brother-In-law and

Star Brand dress and work plane trip to Jacksonville Beach slater, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty 1595

shoes for men and boys atStump's. Sunday afternoon. Tax Assessor Guy Andrews wa
Made of Soll.l IIIr..hVoot1 by Leaders In Juven-
Mr and Mrs. Johnny Jones and In Tallahassee last week attending much
?s,.nun wwl.r e. Mrs. T.l.f.] Hutchings spent Sun- children, Beth and Pamela of the Second Annual Seminar of 4rlrawers. Buy thin useful chest. Un Furniture. You'would expect' to pay

_w'N'ION"1"'A I day at Jacksonville Beach with Waycross, Ga, were here Sunday the Florida Tax Assesuora Asso more for thin also crib. .

her daughter, Mrs. R. G. Dodson. visiting Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr ciation. Mr. Andrews Is the sec >.

NeNa t Miss Joan Carpepter, accompan-I and Mrs. C, H. Quick. retary of the Association.

led by Miss June Caldwell of the Friend. of Mrs. Ben F. Hall will Mr. and Mrs. C. O. DuPuis of Think this over-see this G-draiver
| State Farm new by Eastern Air-I
'ifd/fnevu! regret to learn of her Illness at St. Alachua and J. R. Jones of High
/ WORr.a- .;:6""""don Jft1&/I4 q) lines, where to Detroit, have Mich, last Saturday Vincent's Hospital. Jacksonville,)I Springs were guests of Mrs. W B. -

lout" eon they accepted em where she underwent a serious Alexander Saturday Mrs Alex- KNEE-HOLE DESKIN
Jac.RICHAROBARE E E1" ployment.Mr. '
C LONDON'CAUIOUN' '!.-.. operation last Friday der's mother, Mrs. C. ti. Maynard,
and Mrs. Louis
f J. P. Stevens of Sanford Is the who has been visiting here for
r i w. .\1 <. Latent N"ew-' ; "Fifty Years of Gary Ind, were recent guests of
::-. guest of his brother-in-law and some time, returned home with
.cauNw ecwuu.lnnunn l'el Before Your E}'es1'SpecialThurs. << their uncle and aunt Mr. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancy. them. 3500
.v a.rrlalL Mrs M J. Sadonwater They MAHOGANY ,
were accompanied by Mr. Soden.water's .
& Fri., Sept. 28 & 29
& 23M61Ur :> sister Mrs. Carrie Nelson 1
Ion. Sept.
: will the children to study. Give them a desk of
also of Gary. The Sadenwatprr This encourage

/ 't, II ''tOrt' ,/' xEp4Aly9 and guests enjoyed trips to SII SEE Toby Dowdy their u''I"'rl"n hits proven that Ihrlr grades ulll be '

J' ver Springs, St. Augustine and
E lR \. ,/ e better!
,/ w
coulsel 809s other Interesting places.E. & HU Hi.Pointers ....
a[i of Ili Na 1t I L. Matthews and daughter, WITH

Oil Mary Agnes and .Mrs E. fl
1 fr y "s 110Tg I Matthews were overnight v guests: CHUBBY WISE of The Grand Ole Opry Denmark Furniture Co.
Friday of Dr. and Mrs. H. B.
J''i x I I AT
McLendon In Orlando.
I .u\
I 1t\\' I Taros! straight cut slips.! THE BROOKER JAMBOREE PHONE 151 FREE UEUVEUY'STARKE., FLA.'

7'I I $2.S. !) at Stump's.
t t\\\\fJ1 Mrs. R. Koolbeck has returnedto
v her home In Jasper after spend iA
1t1U\ ing last week with her daughter o
-r:bf"'c' :-.... Mro. B. C. Holtzendorf "
Ride The Fire Truck With Fire Chief Toby Dowdy &
Mt :\ene &; 1\lo.nta In Save $10! Buy jour summer
Flits ,flew "March of Time"E1'ery ..'
Ills Hi-Pointer Firemen
Sprtllll suit now atI"a..z. Store.Mrs. .

Dona Moore and children ..
J Louise and Earl, of Qultman, Ga.. -
were weekend guests of Mr. and WIN A PRIZE IN TilE AMATEUR CONTESTI I IIt

\ Branch of Mrs. E. J. Dowling, Sr. at Kings You Sing, Dance Whistle Play .\ MiiHlcal Instrument. Of Never 11-U-Y Before You T-R-l \

ley Lake. Uhat Have You. Contact Mr. Parker, llrouker Junior High

INSURANCE Misses Dorothy Ross and Olets School Principal\ For Information On Ellle'rlngConw..t..
Green spent Friday at Holly Hill
__un Miss Ross, who Is county home Come Early & Bring Your Friends for Supper ot1foJ

demonstration agent, put on i p Festivities Begin At Six O'clock:

C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE demonstration Mr. and Mrs., while J A there.. McIntyre

spent last week In Rocky MountN.

PHONE 146 C., being called there because We offer youFlorid&s
of the death of Mr. McIntyre'

Constant Service Over 50 Years aunt, Mrs. George Robbing

Congoleum.12. Armstrong Floral and linoleum tile pat and Favorite YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY HACK


C LASSIFIED.I'II.E Mr. and Mrs. W E. Thornton
| spent the past week visiting rela-

I Auburndale. Motor Fuels! .
.e : 19f8 Cushman motor MOVING *; HAULING of : John Morris was a
In Y.r1 ;I Mrs. Henry
coed! > condition. Bee 8e. Hilly Jackson, Jncknon ;
ale i Brodfora County Teledh: for Co, Ph. 165 or 4' .\V. t( visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday.
.; I
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot

.ll.E1 II,,. a SF.RVICF.-elao BINDER 402 N. Marlon SEWING St.MACHINE Lake City, (Fla.'0..', spent Tuesday afternoon In Sand' LEMONS I Idjz.

I, Elretrle eerlee.9ervlee PY.u, 18 tfIIDI01 '. for NEW Machines and USED Reasonable Sinner monthly SewIng -- erson. Whether you use regular or premium gas- PeachesWHITE '

] term. and special Quarterly, Ladies!'! pocket books $1 plus in Crown and Crown Extra we offer you your +r
Seml-Annual, and Annual termsfor .
REP41REDI tax at Stump's.Mr.
.: Model.. farmer" Come In to see ui choice of gasolines that are leaders In their
.. or phone 880, or write us or free and Mrs. E. L McKnight
OIY'ej.ra'1I1" PIII"n wan.lffd.C demonstrations In your home.It were weekend guests of relative respective fields not only In Florida, but

11"10011. 11....... 'Pk. 138) In Klngstree, S. C. throughout the South gasolines that will 2'cWestern

roll,. I'll' FOR HOME:FREW PHONE TELEVISION 239: IV Cha YOUR C. Oil and wooU heater, all size: deliver alt you expect in performance and tOe .
at Hart Furniture" To.
'nlflPIIO.\oeHI"'PHII.' ; ,, .. /Ph sir T.nhrd V. Stark.Radkia, Seat Covert mileage.
"' '''''
AALEs 1 c. SHEPHERD Both the Crown and Crown Extra we now
MOdion St. Stark. ROSES-.uarante.il to live and
bloom. AARS Winners from the 7 offer you have been further improved with
'ALE: ,south' largest rrowrs of patented Beef Rump or
ry benlnee'nl". ,Station/ a rose*. Write now for njw, fill wI I additional high-octane, antiknock power WIiITE
with W.E
''' livingn :
color free rataloir TY/ITJ >
nIhhle., Called "olum.. Nt'RIERIES: ,= POX B32. TYLERt and are
back In- -21 l
.. TEXAN. < '
Kln..ler: Lake Oro1lD now MORE POWERFUL
1199EPTX FOR nENT:4-room: house, "Arca- CHUCKROAST
: : be Ineeme Tax 11.1' ---
'In.nMr.: C. P. Kln"ben, T. Qulerler """-----------

<'BC! U. Moire,.. 2211 U ,IDI'tIJ or Lweeek] or month onOtakeNSantaP. too. After much all interested, you aren't!in gOwatttra !

: Royal .. Phone Key: "ton. Heights, 1281 1
1"1 le Inch de.1e mod.1 t'p.- or write Box, U. ]Melrose. tt the things u't tj about
,' II Its "rash".r"I1"Tetm.. A-I. SOS con..: HOUSE FOR SALE: Stucco fra.m..con.truetl.Pn. our superior service.doctor tA1NaLN End Cuts lb. 19c :
\ nradford County: Tel.en yr". old. S howerb.th But ask your -
with t toilet. lavatories, about us. He will suggest 2b t ,
Itt';: flnnd 1 10-val CO.", water h..ater. that you bring hIS

((1b;"t.'&,. .shout't.el,. 1001)form lb.:or a.Stmrm.rattle Bargain H mile east for of cash town. terms on hlahwa con.Id A-; prescriptions bore for I lb. 27c
.. : PUlp."oct rUbhe.u wn- ered. see Strout Real Estate careful compounding.Then Center Cuts Ib. 49e
"Y,.CIOrk. )saw', 9 HP I --oy 4t9-29- you'll be pleated ,
.. Hollbrnnn2tD
NEED A PART SITTER? I will. to find prices that are no
1121r mind your children In your born.aft..r than elsewhere!
1$ higher
rll 7 pm. Mrs. a.lalvl. ', Phone.
RI'1..I.U Ilr. Ht rk" HI'FOR
;ie1 'I" months olds nr lltj V Walnut W

h.!-rut.,. 1\1 Paper.Anll'u. but.hoW'bought. .110) SALE J ealye*. JfSt. A YEI.LOWONIONS New Pack Virginia Garden t
1. Box stock
901. Stance nuernsey milk Batten,
tip; .outh of Starke on
3 mile

'Dpr'd'C"'Pt I"",a'.nl."re.torked Work.., "iruar.n-hou.ht, FOR BALE or will trade J0'HaV" rep.< Lima BeansNO.2

'r a.x L 42 A. Fo.Brooktr.*.lr OnnrmtA ttpabljr 1191dE 'oAk"m.ni Pee on .owner CamDgea at place.ITamptnn 2'1' tU, (f)

.. Ir nr"T: AFlHTNI'J' 1ofAr-rn-F., t.l.tttle)eondltlon. for- L. D. (Red) Alvarez Service Station
1. ..,.e h>u...10Elecf term. sale rh."p.. .. Perfect V.working A. NI."I.. Temple Are Jt. Call fit, Starke '
"r Mt.

:,.''..T-t.',:. ,.5h.Jackonvlll.4.H. R.Very"'"rat tlr9t ,,--.. .rn..r Street.. S.Waahln.ton k Water tip HOWARD'S L.Temple... Dinkins'Are. *. Service Pratt St,Station SUurke Ib" 4c CAN ISct

ItpI 9(79w' ( .trawhern
(n FOR.I.nt"| PALE br: Missionary the (bed N"w. r..1ep Drugs prescriPtions Harry H. Houston's Service StationPh.

;' 1..11.. .t. "d.. "'" Man- TI. T. Bennett lawtev.FOR I as Starke
-e. R......oat. Un"erl.", powder Pox.** *- Ph. 79 _
If priced. RENTt 3.
;.. .. 214 Park Place "nm. shower batll. garage Tt .
s. Starke. sea II Qulale

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1.. and Tear of Issuance, the descrlp t
1.i.i. factory while In Detroit and they Joe and Jon Lazenby have some and cup cakes were served to the Emma Mott In Brooker Monday.Mr. four shall weekly publish I Issues.this'Order In the next tlon of the property and the name County.Clerk of Flora,i-! ., rI. 0'

claim they can't make too mucli I new calves. Too, they have purchased guests by the hostesses Missel and Mrs. J. E. Starling and Witness my hand: and official seal In which: Fractional It wa assessed part of are CertIficate a* follows -.
The Life And Times Mr. and Mrs. Fate Brown and at Htarko, Florida, this Slat of Au- Year of I..uance.fay\\ II The r.,1 -
with 80 A.l
time with it yet because of the a bucket a nipple on Dean Atkinson, .Frances Barry No. Eight: ("0...

Of New River Folks "breaking in" period. but that It along with their "Kaff-a" and Ernestine ,Russ, Alma Leta Dyal son of nt .rv... were visiting the foFFIClAI, SEATA.Clerk of. ald J.. 'rhomae Court., 1 1947., t of Blk Description 2, Sunny of Acres Property 8ubUlvlslon Lot l"sdford.10.11".1('OiIflty' ("1'.1,. In,, ,

they're sight-seeing anyway and "startena" feeds. These calve and Carolyn Kelley.ThnmanRlvrrs Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall Monday By Haven A"Crosby. Deputy Clerk Section 21: Township I S South: AI 1.0:
}. Jessie ..... LaaenbrBy The know what that bucket means evening. John J. Henderson Esn 4S2S Colonial Range 22 East.. Name In which As KF'S' Ino '
nr fast.
, don't need to go very Wedding Avenue, Jacksonville I\ Florida, segued. : H. A. Manasin.. i- ., Meno,, ,,
temperature there was 48 degree too, and do they enjoy manipulating I Mrs. Sue Myrlck of Lake GenevaIs Atty. for Plf. 9Jl-4t-923| Certificate No. 88. Year of Ii.su ants.Order ,..
i Those. who attended the Thomas- ance May 81, AD. 1940. Description of "....II..n"! .. ,
trouble boy .
It! "No with A .
jMttln. IXM Lazenhy Sept. 14.Eustace. spending a few days here In Circuit Court. llrnilford ('....nt", of Property Lot 7 nik 18 N Hen,> I'P.1'1'.''I't. ..., 'f
:; planted three say "just fill it up, hang It on Rivers wedding at Antioch Baptist her son and daughter-in-law Mr Florida. In (.hanerry.iuiiiiii H-D Sue.. 21, twp 6 8. liana Z2 siName I.Mallory C ,r' ."LOI'
, The people of the Christian In which Assessed :Marl SPUlh Tirl1'p "I.
young ;
weeks I the fence, and the calves go to church Sunday 17 Rev and Mrs. Robert Myrick. J. Katz, Plaintiff. v.. Esther Thomas t' 11 ''at
of two ago Sept. were Jono
acres squash '
I Endeavor gave Ervln Andrews n. Kat. Defendant .( ..... No. 8070) Villa, Indian ,,,
a farewell party last Friday and Is now dusting It. He expect town! I I and Mrs. C. A. Crosby, Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas and Order IX HTVfH Fnhllcntlim<
night. Werners were roasted and to harvest Uiena in about five Jay Moody Fernie Moody, and Crosby and Miss Yvonne Harrell family have moved here from Appear, O. KillS, whose residence Is Property. Lot 8 BUt 18 N Hen suIt named has be. .'.. '1',
; all out weeks. "The storm surely hurt Ira Mooody are In the logging I Panama City. We extend to thema GNU BowrroCf Avenue. Apt. 4, Los. Hub-Dlv Section' 21, Township 8 named. court! I. I In
enjoyed. by plH ,. br
games were Range 22 East. | '
South Name
Mr. and Mrs. James W. ThorrwF I Angeles, California: In ,,
;. under the string of multicolored them," Eustace said, "and they business, we notice. They come cordial welcome.In You to on which Assessed: Jan W. Hall Thomas and r"'" II

j lights furnished by Ralph Merritt haven't overcd It altogether yet." by every day all "logged up" with and sons, Wayne and Quinn October are 16th.required 1050, In the appear above County All of said of Bradford property Htate being of FloridaUnless In the. defendants tiff on a pi n \ed'I"
won't be in for an- big logs. Clrvult tuurt. llrndfurd County named Court and cause, wherein Into, ,.
and strung out In front of the The Kelley peas Little Quinn acted as ring bearet such certificate or certlfl ex000tj J ''I
I .
Klorlilni. In ('h.u'ry.Dorothy divorce. Bradford plaIntiff .
Long Bridge church. other week or two. Emory Johns sold Home cattle during the ceremony Allemaml Bulcom Plaintiff, I g'J:: WfT.'i: p shall publish this cafes law. the shall property be redeemed described I according In to lrt day of at i"T n .
I J. Ho loom. Defendant, 'Order In next four weekly Issues. Palatka I't
Alfred i
VI Fl. ,
sick last week. He said were I or certificate* t1
Frank I Tomllrwon is a they 8075 will be 0
Johns he has some CUM No. Witness mv hand and official seal
Lacy says Baptist Church Services" bidder And .
Bold the highest you
of the best hay this year ha's ever man at this writing. He lost a "sky high" In price. Rev. G. W. Kinard was the visiting 0...... 01 rllhll..ntl..n And Entire. ToApnrnr. at Rtarke" Florida, this September, to House door on the first at Mon.theCourt by required nnil t,. ,. : 1"
The weather huit the "ft'l'-tlM' OK KI.OIIIl> To 1 In the month of October and cause 'PP"Il.. .n
300 lb. brood sow which would wet prospective WFIb"l i. day 1950 Or' s
he'll : SEAL) A. J. Thomas '
that have
had. He adds 'way J. whose residence then .' : !
the llulcom I'
preacher at Baptist Alfred .. which I I.* the 2nd day of October 1950. serve yr ,,' ,
around here. Cl rk of said
An Court
have farrowed soon. He thinks gardens address lei Unknown 'I fense Wertt
more than he needs and if anyone church and he and Mrs and Clerk Dnted this BOth Day of August 1960 on the 1 ai 1 ,'
Sunday :
he furnish them she was bitten by a snake. The What was planted was washed to You are required, to Appear onOctober rJJII; v.'h.cr "'oarP.m'll.r. Floor I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas reourred by !10. 'li rfL. I
wants can
hay Kinard of Eva ...bov.n"n.e. Circuit of Bradford judgement rri"ter.
were guests Mra.- I it Hi, 1950, In the Clerk of Court W',
reasonable strange thing about It Is that this Mexico or some other place. Now wherein Clark Building:, Jacksonville Fla. Florida. each of .
; many a load at a most Harrell. Court and cause Attys. for Plf. 9US 4t 100OTICH County 9l-4t-922| | you
/ makes the third sow to die In the the dirt Is too wet in most placesto plaintiff leak divorce and restoration | Witness mj ". '
, price. PraurnnlPounty Notice Of Application For Tax ("aid "'" In .
, Next Sunday the Rev. of of maiden nama \ OP" Deei Court at <;
field In the of a few replant. However, there area a Day, ELECTIONflradford ,r" ,
There will be Johns reunion same course Teloriraph. shall publish thin County of the State of Notice I I.* h..rebyIv..n.. That T. .1. tIny of AUg51 1'
a few rows here and thereof Chlefland, will bring the message Order In next four weekly l"U80. Florida: Alderman the holder of the following (OFFICIAL !!IF..,I!. J "
October 1, at the home of Mrs. years. Everyone is Invited to attend and Wlln.... mv linn',! and official Kial lie It Known that T. n. A. GRAY. City of Starke Tax certificates A. Clerk of 1" \ :
Truby Johns. This reunion results Pete Sapp. who's been employedIn turnips and mustard planted. at Stnrko Florida thin September13th. Secretary of tate of the State. ofl has. filed said certificate. for a tax Herbert R g<' ,: r
enjoy the services. 1950.OFFICIAL. deed to ha Issued thereon The certificate da.Attys.. ..
from the birthday dinners of their Palatka for the past year, was Roy Tomllnson Is picking peas ( SEAM A. J. Thomas, a Florida do hereby five notice that Number and Year. of Issuance for nr3vans.
mother Aunt Bell Johns. All transferred to Live Oak for two this week. Births An ("lt>rk "f Mild I'ntirt GENERAL KLECTION1Wilt the description of the property
and the name. In which It .V ('.... '
friends and relatives are cordially weeks. perry and Pete, Jr., will \ Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dougln.- 'ny r. Prank Haven Ijindrum Crosby, Starke Deputy Florida Clerk' the be State held of In Florida llradford on Tuesday Countyof wa. assessed are a* follows: Certificate F'I.erldat.It in(('.'hlie'ir,....ums. f..

V Invited. stay with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Mcrrllt are the proud parents of a baby Attys. for Plf. 9119 4t 10j8| next succeeding the First MondayIn No.8. "Year.. .. of Issuance. Dave ivan.. 1'1. e.r...
"'.Mh .0 .OU 'n"nn n# p..n. .. 1)e.............
Romey Johns of Jacksonville --her parents-until Pete can BROOKER daughter, Wanda Sue, born Thurs Tuesday November belnsr A.the D. 1950 the said pertyi: Lot 1 of Block 87, Llvlnsrcton-;; Order. of--" "hllt'n""n- .'...
rlreult Court llradfurd Counlr.tlftrltlai .,
get an apartment in Live Oak. His IX DAY OF rruby & Company' Sub Division to Appc. Si's l.tJ ..
was visiting Mrs. Truby Hodge day Sept. 14, In Alachua county l.. ( lianeerr HKVEVTH NOVKMTJKIlFor : Town of Starke Section 28, Township 1.1111. Mae .' "till
I ,
Two (2) Railroad and Public van
last week. /Torts'/ in thla direction have been fly Iva Mae Lewis hospital Gainesville.Mr. I.llerde..n Taylor Herrfnjf. Plaintiff. Vtllltles Commissioner of the Slate 6 South. flange 22 East. Name and addr... I I., 759 "ho:
'va. John A. Iltrrlnir. Defendant.Case > Web ,
futile so far. of Florida. In which Assessed: Homer William. h I/lln..fl..I./ New '
.. Hubert Rouse is having pulp- and Mrs. Buddie Russ are 1 No. 11071 For United States Senator. Certificate No.8. Year of Issuance You are required icr,7.
wood cut on his place' this !week Mrs. A. P. Moore has gone back Crosby Family Reunion the proud parents of a baby son I Order Appear.of MTATM Publication OP KI.OH1IH and >., !<.'1'1 To For Representative, of the Second Property March! Lot 29 3, 1947.of Block Description 42. LlvlnastonTruby of;- October named Court 91n. h5. In":m "
seems to be plenty of it over to Miami to purchase her a .new The grand and gala occasion at Clinton Zeborn, Wed., Sept. 13 I John and addreaa A. Herring IB: P.; whon O. Box. renldence 144' Dil l I State of Florida In the District KlKhty-sec-of the to Town ft of Company's Stark Section Sub Division 28-, County plaintiff neck and dIvor,....,..

there. home. Mr. Moore U in Texas under the traditional P. A. Crosby family In Alachua county hospital, Gainesville lon "Bouth' Carolina: ond For Congress One (1) of Member the United of the States.Houseof Township 6 Houth, Kanne 22 East this Order T.lelr3"apb In nest to,7,III\, :
held at the You are required to appear I dn Representative. of the State of Name In which Assessed: Julius su..e.
Floyd Wiggins is still killing and the care of a 0, In the above Florida Butler. \Vitnee nlY hand
cutting trees for increased pas. be there for some time. The Mooref home of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mot New Home named Court and cause, wherein For Two (2) County Commissioners All of aald property I'JI'.rl"'h: : at Starke, Florida, And hum of,
ture land. here. Present 118 relatives plaintiff aeeki divorce and restoration District Number t A 4 County of Bradford State 81h. 1950.OFFICIAL.
leased all their property In Miami were
We to have Mr. and .
are proud of maiden name. Bradford For Three ((8) Member County 1 Unless such certificate or certltl-I ( SEAL
Mrs. Rhoda Dowling has a card for 30 years so Mrs. Moore plannedto This was a first meeting of the Mrs. Malcolm Harrell to move (County Televraph Bhall publish I Board of Publlo Instruction, District cate shall be redeemed As Clerk' ot A J
from the M. S. this week The house reunion In number of ? this Order In next four weekly Number I. 8, 5 to law. the property described In; By Haven Crosby t> II
Hayes buy a duplex there. a years anc here In town to their new home lisuei, For Three (3) Justice of the auch certificate or certificates. will' .pu
postmarked KlngsvlUe, Ontario trailer is still parked at Merrltt'c participants say it was one of the Witness my hand and official. seal Supreme Court of the State of be aold to the hla-hest bidder at the -
Canada. They have their new car store. Pete and Gerry Sapp are happiest.The V at "Starke' Florida this Heptember13th Florida.IN Court House door on the first Monday IN Circuit (....... 11,.,.,.,
I : : 1950.OFFICIAL. TESTIMONY:- WHEREOF I In the month of October 1960. Flo..d.1 In ('hest'ert'.
which they purchased from the contemplaUng buying the trailer. bountiful dinner, which was ( BBAT.' .) A.t.: Thomas. have hereunto set my hand and which I I. th* 2nd day of October Thomas. W. III"yl.n, Pia
RISINGMrs. A.. Clerk of said Court affixed the cireat Meat of the Stateof 1950.Dated Rita C. DeYounjf Botl l.nj
served in the shade of the large By Haven Crosby, Deputy ClerkT. Florida at Tallahassee' tItle 30th Day of August ant Cue'
pecan trees was begun with grace Frank trfindrum, Starke Florida Capital I thin 36th day of uIfJt, I960. OrdVr of Pllhllrsli,0 ...
Edward Norman Attyafor Pit. Bill 4t 10S| A. D. 19110.OFFICIAL. (OFFICIAL: SEAL) A. J. Thomas' Appear. STArS: OK. "fian
TRANSFER AND returned by the Rev. C. A. Crosby ( SEAL* R. A. Gray, Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford i Rita c. DeYoung Miwh(.
R.B.ALVAREZ&SON STORAGE CO. Out of town guests were T. J. .. Circuit C..... Bradford Centy.Florida Secretary': of State County, Florida. 9l-4t-822| | residence Is 09 Copleys ,..
Carolyn Jones Honored I lit Chaaecrr.Allle The Bradford County Teleirraph. Masoachusett.
Dukes, Lake Butler; Mr and Mrs. I Dover, Plaintiff, vi. MaeballDever Bradford County. SUB 4t 106| Notice) Of Application For Tax Deed You are required to
Ralph R. Matt and two children Little Carolyn Jones celebratedher Defendant. Cane No. 8073 Notice I lat hereby given,t1aloro: ; MPackham October 9th i960.[ In J I!
4 Wo operate localdistance seventh birthday anniversary Order Of Publication And NitMe.* Tn TALL FOR BID! holder of named Court and taui
of Silver Springs, Md.; Mrs. Ida 13 Appear. HTATU OP" KI.OIIIUA. TO. The Board of County Commissioner ing- certificate has filed said certlflcate plaintiff: seeks UUorce,
long Tarborough Raiford Mrs. Thelma September by entertaining a Maebell. Dever. who. residenceand will receive sealed bid until for a tax deed to be Issued County Telegraph hall p,i
ts in V. S. ; host of her little school friends at addren la 1508 Pine "Street' 10-00 A. M. October a, IBfiO for: thereon. The certificate Numbersand Order In next four "erk
-4I any'here Yarborough and two children Mr. Annlston, AlabamaYou (1) The purchase tiy the Boardof Year of Issuance the description Witness mv hand and of
1 and Mrs. L.. M. Tllghman and two the home of her parents here. After are required to appear on a used truck with ftock body of the property, and the name at Stark, Florida! hll .
enjoying outdoor games, the October 16th, 19I>0, In the above suitable for haulln livestock to In which It wa assessed are as follow 7t h, 1950.OFFICIAL.
EXCELLENTSTORAGE children Elbert Mott, Mrs. Alice named Court and cause, wherein he guaranteed In good conditionand .: Certificate No. 73. Year of ( Prj\Li" A J
: Davis J. E. Mr. children enjoyed icecream, cake plaintiff seek. divorce. Bradford carrying a aOdayVa.rrant, against Issuance June !, AD. 1946. Dea- A. Clerk (.f 11
I: Hill and Mrs. mechanical, defects of Lot 6 of Blk 21, By HaVen .
and punch. Assisting Mrs. Jones County Telegraph shall publlnh this : crlptlon Property cruiby D> pIX
*" James Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Pascc Order. In next four weekly Issues.Wltnesn one third down, balance Tt.milm"nthly : : Livingston, Trilby A Co' Additionto
f L In caring for the youngsters were Installment. Section 28, *
mv hand and official seal Starke Township
Mott and three
q,1 FACILITIESAgents children, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Barnes Mrs. Daisy Nor at Starkc, Florida, this "September' (2) The rental by the Board South Hnnne 22 East. Name In Circuit. Crt ITrnOI,,,
Mrs. Nathan Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs. lath 1950.OFFICIAL. from month to month with option which Assessed] Jim Wall, I"iirllsi. In ('hno"....
man, Mrs. Herbert Norman, and to Hoard to renew lease from Certificate No. 78. Year of Issuance Joseph F Powerr Pli'
For R. G. Crosby Jr., and two children, ( SEAT.) A. J. Thomas
Misses Mary Alice Crosby and Jc As Clerk of said Court month to month for one year of May 81, AD. 1948. Descriptionof Selma Leone pc''''''. I ICI
all of Gainesville; Mr. and.Mrs. R. By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk a new or used livestock truck In Property: 1 Lot a.. described inDeed !: .
DelcherBros. Ann Norman. The visitors had a uoo.l" condition. Book 67 Pane 149 Section 22 Order of PiihllcnllnnAppear nsd
See us' first! R. Prevatt, and nephew, Vernon wonderful time, and little Carolyn T Frank flf T.nndrum, Ktarke 9,15, 1"10..111Ally..for ft 10,6i, Bach) bid shell Vive nil details a. Township. t South Range 22 EastName d'r 11 I K: OK UnnHelma
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby, Mr. I to the equipment offered. The : In which Assessed. : John War Leone h'cu .r. itdence
received many pretty gifts. In flrciilt' .........t. Rradfwrd same equipment, may be bid both ren. I and additsi" .' I ill l i
and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby, Jr., County for nab or for rent. The Board l All of said property being In the I Street, New York '::1,. \
r'htrhlni' In < hnticery.Hebocca
and son, all of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Griffith who has beena j 1 Until H"rrlck. Plaintiff vii..Tame reserves the right to reject any and County. of Bradford, State of Florida -, You are requi' 'c IcOctober .
all bids. 9th 1950 r hulled
Mrs. R. c. Howard. Jacksonville; patient in North Florida Clinic Joseph Herrlck.. Cose D..t..nd..nt.I Xo. 8037 This September 4, 10RO. Unles such certificate or certificates -I Court ,and ru r
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COM- shall be redeemed according tiff seeks. dlvorr ; d...
Morgan Prevatt
High Springs; In Starke, Is at home again. We I I Order Of PihlIe.1on tnil vtloe. To (CUL'NTY FLORIDA. law the property described In Telegraph xlml t
Mrs. R Q. Crosby, Oxford. Colo.;: hope she will be completely well 'ipnnr. !II' tiI': <>!.' KI.OI111 I. V TOl Ht O Harrell9U certIficate or certificates< will In next four 'n' ,
ANNOUNCING OPENING Mr and Mrs. Ray Raulerson Canal ,, .Ia"", .. Jos *nh Herrick
very soon. la. 25U Franklin St. Brooklyn .____ Court HOUR door on the first \( at Stance FI V
Point; Mr. and Mrs. T. B Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Borne New York :\otlc* Of .Ippllcntlon For Tac need day/ In the month of October 6th, mn.OFFICIAL.
Crosby and son of Mr. You are rentilrd t*> appear on October "Notice Is. hereby rlvenThat T. J. which U the 2nd day. of October .I, ( "I.l;.u.. vAk
Due Tampa; ave moved to Starke. I 2nd 1ASO In the above named Alderman the holder of the follow- 1950. '""rBy -' hi
to many requests from our old and Mrs. Mack Collins and three Court and cause, where! plaintiff Inv certificates ha. filed said certificate Dated thl 30th Day of August, Haven Cr o''P. "i
of Waldo Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Norman seeks divorce and. custody of children. Cur a, tax deed to he Issued ,1950. Frank Ijinrtrum Mr. and I IB
children ; Mrs. L were visiting her parents Mr. and Bradford County Telegraph thereon. The certificate Number (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma. Attys. for l".t I
customers, we will open our Cur- Crosby Jr., of Gretna; Mr.
Mrs. R. J. Jones In Brooker Sun
and Mrs. L. H. Futoh of Lawtey;

ing Plant on Mr. .and Mrs. L.' B\ Croiiby and day.Mrs.

three children of Greensboro; Mr. Laura Jackson of Jackson '

and Mr. Melvin Spooner and Miss ville was visiting her mother Mrs. c

OCTOBER 1st Doris Spooner of Pahokee; Bobby Maggie Norman, last weekend.Mr. .

Willis of Santa Fe; Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Jack Underhll'

Claude E. Crosby and two children have returned home following e

of Wesconett; Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. week spent with relatives In

Williams and six children of Dun Frostproof.Mrs. $

Special Reduced Price: dee; Mr. and Mrs: Philip Crosby Evelyn Jones Is visiting

and child of St. Petersburg: and relatives In Jacksonville this week

Mrs. F. D. Powers and two children

2Vt' Per PoundEither of Perry.

Nine sisters and brothers of'the PINE LEVEL

original Crosby family were to- : V.V.d .
gether on this ocasslon enjoyed It Dy Mn. U..St. McRae -- rI1 r

Immensely and hoped to be to-

Sugar Cure Or Plain Salt CureS gether again In 1051. The Rev. Cox of Palatka conducted JL

W. \t. IT. services at Pine Level
rtiwlnefw !MeetingThe
me Competent Operators We Have W: M. U. business meetingwas Baptist church Sunday morningand

evening. The pastor, the Rev.
Wednesday afternoon
Had For The Past Five Years 3 o'clock at the. Baptist church at W. E. Hall, was able to be pre -

with twelve ladles present. ent and we are glad to report he SavinT
Meet America'sIt's
An interesting program was been la feeling ill. much better. He has es

held and the
nominating committee Mr. and Mr.. Cene Petcher of
reported new officers for the
Also Private Lockers All The Year Jacksonville were'Monday guests
coming year as follows: president at the B. M. McRaea. ,,

Mrs. Lydia Crosby; 1st vice if it's !For thialowest-priced!
Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae and r LOW purchase price your power plant
president Mrs. Melba Green; 2nd children, Harley and Gary, have .L low fuel consumption .0 or if it's Ford engine is economy engineered to

vice president, Mrs. Evelyn Thorn.a moved to Jacksonville. "stonj-up" you're looking for in an bring you savings all three ways. It'

Starke Ice Co.PHONE Lottie; secretary Edwards'and treasurer, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and engine (plus, of course, outstanding quiet engineered, too "hushed" to
: community mission V
performance) the new Ford "Six" is whisper while it works.
chairman Miss Lubedla Pin- granddaughter, Evon Conner, and

12 holster, and Mrs. R. F. Gano, and Irs. H. M. McRae were visiting

Mrs. Doris Kelley; mission study Mrs. Bishop Thomas and Mrs
chairman Mrs. Sara Faulkner; ,

stewardship chairman, Mrs. M. O .
Harrell; publicity chairman Miss FREE !

Iva Mae Lewis; orphanage chair- For Prompt FREE Removalof

man, Mrs. Grate Barry; aoclal L7',0
chairman, Mrs. R. F;' Cano and Dead, Crippled & Worth

Mrs. LucRe Edwards and Mrs. less Cattle, Horses, Mules, _

Buelah' Harell flower committeeMrs. & Hogs _
Grace Barry, Mrs. Frelda '

Mott; young1 people's director Call 132,. StarkeWE _,

Mrs. Luclle Edwards. ALWAYS COME: 1

Infant WatcrFuneral Florida Renderers
services .were held Wednesday -

afternoon at 4 o'clock by INC.

the Rev. Coleman Padgett at De-

dan church for the Infant daughter _.

age 4 months, of Mr. and Mrs.,

only the FORD TRACTOR has the Ardell Waters. Interment was PHONE 218 .
Ic ...
In the
family plot in the church "' ,,
f cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral :::
Home was in charge of ar .

; PROOF-METER rang menta. The community extends -

Its heartfelt sympathy to THY ITS "MID SHIP" RID
the bereaved family.
3Irc. Clara A. Smith "TestDrfre"Me IT'S A COMPANION
How Standard Equipment on Every Now Ford Tractor
: 1:1
Mrs. Clara A. Smith of Miami FLOWERS 10 rowrs"SOINJY !! tf'!
BUY ON PROOF Instead of Promises! was burled Friday at New Hop

: cemetery DeWItt C. Jones Funeral FOR ALL, OCCASIONS J FORD ... "Sixor V..s. 1OU'" ,urt..=

I Why guess about tractor performance.-It fort you buy Home was In charge of arrangements. sOent .pialiiy at rock bottom r.r.t;*

i or *fttr you buy Now guesswork is no longer necessarylThe : Mrs. Smith was a One"Test Drive"and jroull knew the re- V..$. J'OII kfl0V. .lit1; ..m JtI

new Pord Tractor Proof-Meter show ptrformact cousin of O. W. Barry. that America S C05t '
< ) JuiDacomlortolForQ'.road-huggiD''Mid powers = ..-
lffieitcj{ and teomomy fight before 'n..ll&nt"OWl ShowerA Ship"JUde ..you'll simple the silence of \'SIX" f IeD fo. hundreds lowe 1-.
to And Ford's"Six"ANDREWS C() toanJ-conditioiMd"Hf ford"
your eyes on the dashboard. Ic will miscellaneous shower was ForU'i < Body ...

pay you to see this Proof-Meter '_ given for Mrs. Edith (Fowler) DISH GARDENS ...aDd you'll fed the safety Fonl'l- 31% w...,.".." .....,..eed d-

5TODAY1 Only the Ford Tractor hat itlturn Melvin at the Community Center ...>.acting long-Sis Bnkes.

e.. Thursday, Sept. 14th from 3 to POTTERYPOTTED - .
9 P. M. There were about 30

Dixie Equipment Co. Inc. guests. present to enjoy this affair PLANTS

with her. Several games were FLOWERS
1026 So. Slain St. Ga1 evW., Fla. played and prizeS were won by WIREDANYWHERE MOTOR CO.

fMfff ,_- Miss Betty Long and Mrs. L. L
Dyal. The bride received many Nona St Starke

-. 7iLp; lovely and useful gifts.
Madison & Adams Streets
Refreshments of pink lemonade; i -U STARKE, FLA. Telephone

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22, 19:50 BKVKW! '

Methodist Church birth of a Bon In the Starke hospital mans. Bud Karris. Von Dee Durance

1l,1 Saturday morning September Mrs. Chas. Fields and her teaches the adult class; following

"Christian Education Week' STATE FARM 16. Before tier marriage Mrs LONG BRANCHBy mother, Mrs. Scott, came to see Lee Green. Other officer Other and

will be observed In the First By Mr.*. Bryan Whltflcld Holmes was Delores Ann Waln- us Sunday Charles Is helper on a teachers remain the same.
Methodist Church of Starke beginning wright, daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs." J. L. Strickland produce truck en route to Minnesota business :was transacted.

Sunday September 24 C. \Valnwrlght I and so was not present. His The Mission Station.Sunday
I This Sunday will also be "Promo. Saul bury-O>x \\'NldtnJr Thursday aftenoon of last !week last trip was to Dallas, Texas.That's school is still on the Increase. Last
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cox announce
IPSunDALt tion 23 out of
Sunday" for the Church Sunday we had present
I t school the marriage of their! ADDRESSESOF while working at Richard Mosley'ssawmill one way of seeing the congregation
second at Highland. Fred Lang and country and getting paid for it, 30 on roll. Good
daughter Geraldine, to
A special program will be presented -! John INTERESTThe Volley Moiiley were Injured when he says, although It's hard work.A have attended Rev. :J. I* Stl'lckland's -
B. of Mr. and
Saulabury son
I At The Tabernacle I' "God's Purposefor
Church by the children during the a plank flew off the saw knocking called Thursday lectures on
t I Mrs. F.V.. Saulsbury of the same following new renewal and conference was but there's room for
I Church school hour andV.. B The Ed assistedby them both down. Fred the saw- night at Long Branch Church.: Mankind"
Sunday '" The Saturday youth meeting at Sewell I city. Rev. Hurrls. change of addresses received by morel!
bef general superintendentwill the Rev. V. .er was knocked unconscious andwas ; Albert Osteen was elected Sunday
Pastor the Tabernacle was presided over N Maggard officiated the Telegraph will be of interestto
dose when present the promotion certificates taken to a Jacksonville hospital school superintendent, succeeding .1
e fourth by Mr. and Mrs. W. B. MCKinney the Impressive ring readers:
the where he was treated for "
ring eescr the who are beginning their married ceremony which win performed In Vincent Ferrara, 6481 SW 20th statedno (>-_..... .-
At shock and bruises. Doctors
eleven life In the service of the Lord. An eleven o'clock church service the presence! of the Immediate St., Miami Fla. I
st the the Rev. T. G. Mitchell families at bones were broken. Volley et.at 'Po
; will the home of the bride'sparents
unusually Interesting of
hour sunday Saint; music and Bible program preach on the subject "Jesiis-" Saturday evening Sep- Neal Jessup Westport, Ind. escaped serious Injury. Accordingto CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION .. '.
the study was pre- Miss Claudie 3413: Junlus ..
or Hazen rsr
the Master the last report Fred p ..
Door Teacher" ,,
e pared and presented by these and at 'the tember 16, at seven o'clock. o
Church. Dallas Texas.Frances .
Baptist close of the even turn over In his bed He and
theme young people. the officers and: Mrs. Byron Evans, slater of the tai.
,'lng with the teachers for the new church Morgan Student his wife, Daisy, are staying with ,
,'!I "Searching the The subject of the Sunday morn- school year will be Installed. The I bride played the wedding march Nurse, Children's Hospital 1720 their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. PHARMACISTS
September;, gospels Ing message was: "Thunder and officers and teachers The couple was attended by Mr. Balmbrldge, Philadelphia, Pa. and Mrs. Winton Parrish at Lawley. .
distributed( to all Lightning" or "Boanergea" (Mark enjoy a I and Mrs. Connolly Harris and the 'Daisy who recently broke
"Covered Mrs.
be Supper" on Mon Henry Pederson Honeymoon J
choir directed 3:17): ) and was true to title, shaking bride was given In marriage by some ribs, It able to be up some 4414
The day evening at 6:30 In the educational ; her father. She was attired In a T. P., 200 W. 32nd St. ;
will aing the hearers
Green with a sense of and was out home Friday after
de building to make plans. for wool Durango Colo.
pink gabardine suit
Mrs MnaK ( responsibility not realized for some the of noon, but she's still unable to get
by work the
d new year. with black accessories Pie Bobby G. Patray, Hq. 3rd
organ. time previous.The The senior and Intermediate depaitments Her shoulder corsage was of Inf. Div.. APO 468 care Post. In and out of the automobile with- I about dependable '1
Happy evening hour was spent in"Peter's out assistance.The .
l !! the of the Methodist Youth white carnations.The master San Francisco, Calif. {
til evangelJ House" where Jesus lovedto ( 14) our
an same day Sept
Fellowship meets
bring visit. Both delivered at 6:30: p m matron of honor wore a Mrs.. Donald Henley 2750 Bart. Harris
the pastor tlO"I messages were every Sunday. rural mall carrier, Sidney FIRE INSURANCE
by white wool with old Ma pie wood, 17 Mo.
Me. The by the sponsor of the Rev. Mitchell will preach Sun. suit black accessories while on his mall route suddenly
of Tabernacle.The day and her corsage was of Miss Alice Harding 12S5 Poncede lost his eye sight. His assistant
1 the singing evening!! at 7:30 p. m. the .
| choruses. children's Bible hour--one of subject. "Who Is This Jesus on red carnations. Arrangements of Leon Ave., N. E, Atlanta, Ga. Oscar Harris, finished delivery I i!
i4 promotion last week's series of meetings for Following the gladioli enhanced the beauty of the Mrs. J. A. McIntyre, Box 2074 Next day Sidney could see distant I
Is evening service
nuhv school and the young folks conducted by Miss I home for the occasion and a low Auburndale Fla. objects, but his near vision was r
young people are Invited
to remainfor
!he sunday Special Edna Noegel got off to a good the youth fellowship hour in bowl of blossoms centered the lace John B. McKay, Black Mountain still affected. Trouble seemed tc I Charley E. Johns

Onion in the morning at start Monday afternoon at 3:30: the recreation building from 8:3C: covered refreshment table from N. C. be eye strain AgencyPhone \

eld hour of 9:43: In The Tabernacle annex had been to 9:30.: which cake and punch were served. lit Sgt Jackson D. Smith, 302 Eugene Lang well liked son of ON-TIIE-MINIT SERVICE IS 8TABKE. FfcA.ftiprmntlna .

Tfor the graduates prepared for the occasion and a The favorite Psalms are being After a wedding trip to an unrevealed Brunswick Jeisup. Ga. Mr and Mrs. Richard Lang after

of diplomas group of eager children gatheredfor studied each Wednesday destination Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Chas. R. Ensey, Irvlngton two years In the Army has been PHONE
latatlon the first meeting despite a 7:30: the time of the evertingat Saulsbury will be at home to their Beach Lodge, Irvlngton, Va. promoted to corporal. He Is stationed i. >

L will meet shower of rain. The week's services prayer meeting and Bible regular study I I friends In their home In Orlando. Mrs. Leola Manlre, change from In Marburg Germany Day 64 Night .,... I
Unions will round up with a camp The First Methodist ; With her parents the! bride for Hampton to 1016 Rubel St., Jack where he is In charge of a Are THBTHAVCLCNS. Hartle .

M night with the Are program Saturday evening for tends a friendly welcome church to all ex tc I I merly lived here and Is the grand- sonville, Fla. fighting unit of 38'trained Ger .., .. ... ..... ... 9
Wining the youth meeting. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. ...
attend the services of
T exercises. worship. Cox and Mr. and Mrs. J. M.

Illation Is extended of work accomplished during the I Bradley The former couple attended i#"

Ittend mid-week past year. St. Mark's Episcopal the wedding ., \ '
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LstT.SO: with the An Invitation Is extended to all Rev. B. E. Simmon. B. D.. '''car Club ......
[( the church to visit the services held at the Community Meeting
lion service in recognl First Baptist church of Starke. Services at St. Mark's Episcopal Through an artistic combina-
church during the coming week tion of colors and varieties fall \ ,
are as follows: flowers lent much charm to the (

Sunday, 9:45: : a. m.: Church club rooms Tuesday afternoon of ; $ )) DON'T LEAVE YOUR LOOKS' .

IFOR YOUR HTL- REQUIREMENTS school classes for all ages nursery last week when the CommunityClub /f

iLJjiJi Hfc through junior high. resumed Its meetings for the
Sunday 11 a. m.: year. The president Mrs. L. F.
| It Pays To Trade With Slade t prayer and sermon. Chapman, directed the routine > IN THE KITCHEN J1 ;

"PROPANE.... Thursday Sept. 28 7:30: p. m.: business session and appointed the 1. :
Cub Scout Pack No. 70 meeting in nominating committee for the selection ,1,

GAS *' the Parish House. of new officers. .: .<' .,. N

The church Is open dally for Mrs. H. M. Rlcnarde and Mrs. t I

prayer and meditation. Dennis Fancher were hostessei ;
SLADE GAS COMPANY, Inc.E. and served Ice cream with cookies ," .

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH during the social hour.
Starke. Fla. ,
Call St.
The Rev. D. Stuart Clarke of
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rltch Mrs. :J.O. KITCHENS ,
less work and '
mean ;
Quito Ecuador, will speak at the wor'ry..an
Caldwell Mrs. R. P. McLendon, .
11 o'clock service at the First end to hot-anJ-boihcrcJ frowns..more .
H. M.
Rlcharde Mrs. A. C. .
HEAR THIS SERMON? Presbyterian Church Sunday Llbhart, Mrs. J. G. Godwin and lime to relax I and enjoy the better livingthat '". "M'. 1 i z
morning.. He Is a missionary to
Mrs. H. :J. Kucera were '
among Florida otters

"A TEXT WITH TEETH"Sunday Is the director South of American radio station country HCJB and those who attended the P. T. A. ..,.. only .."'j. tt
meeting In Starke Tuesday nightof .,
"The Voice of the Andes, broad- last week. .. 't? ;,'\...-'"

Night At 8:00 P.M. guages casting throughout the gospel the in world.many lan The: Miss June Caldwell went by ,.;: ,. ,;,,:,:" "

public Is urged to attend the serv! plane Friday night to Willis 1,'_ siOUtH INSURANCE
First Baptist Church, HamptonBob ice. Michigan, where she has accepteda .; .' ,. \ CE IS ; .
clerical position with l'l
the Kaiser-
Pastor Sunday school begins at 9:45: a.; S t '
Fraser plant. She SUNSHIM .
was accompanied I t. : .
m. and this Sunday is promotionday.
by Miss Joan Carpenter of .

Bible School-Morning Worship-B.T.IT. Starke and they are presently ,. \ ''fChnk. with, your electric d;.ler today!Ilia wee ,....'... t

GRAHAM.: CHRISTIAN CllfliCJI: guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilt, \ taking. ........".* of all/ tin new knpmv.mennth.' \\\i\I JuwiorS() I I .-il
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McDowell *
!' of ... .
Nursery Now Open at All Services- new tun .y'!"'.. n'on..I.., work Mvlng Sumhinc \I
Jerome Emanuel who was Tampa were visitors of Mrs. M\ ). Scrvfv. efcit. will lighten your. homework. brighten Httpinj Mother Is I tun i Is
guest speaker last Sunday morn- E. Grlner Saturday night and Sunday ,
your. home,help you nty j-mm"t in ilklecUic boat Ask:; .1.
Ing, will be guest speaker at both her to let you lean to coo,...Irs easy '

services next Sunday Sept. 24. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley had .... and iafj with in electric f18C"I
Morning service subject at 11 as their guests Sunday Mrs. Vance -lbws r-.
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, PastorJT A. M.: "Jesua Admonishes His Geiger and Bradley Geiger of ) :r: e
Disciples." Jacksonville. I FLORIDA I P v/ !: R & LIGHT I COMPANY

T BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Evening service, 8 P. :M.: "The Patricia Willard spent the past
Christian Spirit Is Ever Forward." weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bill

fereon & Court Streets In The Heart Of TownPHONES A most hearty welcome awaits. Atwood In Jacksonville and Satur
130ICNDAV all persons attending these serv day night attended a Sunday
: : Office 231 Pastorlum ices. school weiner roast at the beach. "
Mrs. Jack Nelson of Jackson. O

SERMONS'- 11:00 A. M.. 8:00 P. M. CHURCH: OF GOD vine was the Saturday luncheon ; .,,, .

ay School 9:45 A.M.- Training Unions 6:45: P.M. 8th &: St. Clair Sts. guest of Mr. and'. Mrs. R. VVBranncn. ';J ). \

D.WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. Sunday School 10 a.m. --

Sunday Morning Worship 11 am Mrs. George Munnassa' and their ,
** ***
f>-<- i -** *-
rr Sunday Evening Service 7:30: pm. children, Celia George, Jr., and :

11 A.M.: : "Jesus the Door of the Saint" Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m Chrlstene of Green Cove Spring CHEVaO-LETSY-OUR! l

8 P.M.: "The Mercy of God" Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m Mrs.were W.supper G. Stringfellow guests of Mr.during and : ,

CATHOLIC CHURCH the past (Week. "

\Friendly.4 Friendly Church Invitation Is Extended From To A All Week Sunday Sunday Day School Mass Mass 9:13 11: :8:30 a: a.m.m. am. Myers and Mrs.Mrs.came visitors W,Dave B.Sunday'of Thornton Thornton.Mr.to and visit of Additional Mrs Mr Ft- I I I and,YOU can prove it !\\ 1RSalalas

dayBible Study Is every Wednesday Thornton early this week were' 3 .
i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thorntonand
at 7:43PENTECOSTAL: Mr. and Mrs. Emory Town- I 1 w t

Now--Don't Wait! HOLINESS send and their son, Tucker all of I .1 .
y 10th St. and Temple Ave. Dunnellon and Mr and Mrs .. r
Andrews Crews and their
Sunday School 9:45: : a. m.; MornIng
Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic Josephine, of Lake Butler. ; 7

Services 7.00: p. m. Everyone Birth of Intermit j --. .III"_ / \ \
I.!'!__ QAs igu '
,ix k'aa
"welcome.rumen" Interest to friends! Is the announcement r T1; Pe
'ajI I by Mr. and Mrs. J W ADVANCE.
Holmes of
County of the DESIGN I ,'
of Jesus Christ of(i TRUCK!
the The Latter Day Saints (Mormon QUICK RELIEF from' aYe
$ / .
: Church) hold services each Sunday

In the USO building on North I PRICKLY HEATh ;

Temple Avenue as follows: I prickly Mta ae diaper rash 4 .-
10.00: a.m.: Sunday School. promptly with LVCdtKKOU M.dleaud.ae. I
service. .. to work f..t* living 1M kin a Yol
6:30: p.m.: Sacrament .*ty .mootlinvM. UMd by doctor 20 yt r.. t I IOno
The public Is cordially Invited tc Fin for All minoff akin.Irritation Sold :
by dru.Tflt with .on.f_b.ele ...*'.n.... '
attend all services. l (' -.a

I iJlh i i'K1rv

rr Wash Let Us Your Thoroughly Clothes \I II I -'/ --. -4____ 'N i

9 Pounds j \ srt'- .. .-

pORC2S ... t % -'.-.-- good look will prove to you
xi' r ;
40c I
v For f'I that Chevrolet trucks beat anything'

((21,000 ITU) FREE Bleach If Desired! I Is q 4 In eight! Chevrolet's lh. Tina forvery
$37.93 (V I c b tin* of business Duty-

I Other Modda :: II I Proved Tight on the lob. Look them .

over, talk ,It over, and you'll know
WeWIU \Ve offer the people of Stark I '
21. what a whale of a buy you've got ;

Dry Your Clothes, and tlclnlty one of the molt I kZ&L In a Chevrolet truck) Rugged dependability
For 20c modern and finest equipped top-flight ,
outstanding economy-you get all
r 1 0 I la New Automatle Drier! welding" chop anywhere.All I -Q:_.F CLUTCH SYNCHRO-MISH TRANSMISSIONS HTPOIO theso thing In Chevrolet. Figure It

Work Guaranteed REAR AXLES 0 DOU8LI-ARTICUIATIO BRAKES 0 WIDI. all out and you'll com to (lust on.


ADE GAS CO., Inc. TheVasheteria\. Starken Temple MACHINE A.e. Surka SHOP TORODE CHEVROLET CO.f f

St* Ph.. 121 Starke TempiAve. PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. ._ CALL & COURT STREETS

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., tnbur 23rd. 1950, In the abort namedCourt Slat, 1950.OFFICIAL. I 'O'I'If'F! or "'''.F! or nvILDINO- --
( SEAT.) A. J. Thomaa| Notice 'la hereby given that the
and cauae wherein plaintiff A. Clerk of said Court Hoard of publlo Instruction. of Bradford !!!'
imeka dlvorra.shall publish Ufailforil this CountyTelfurrnph OrderIn Ily Haven Crosby, Deputy ClerklT I County Florida, will receivenealed ;;
lL next four weekly laauea.Vlln Frank Jjindrum, Stark, FloridaAttya bids for the eal. of the Van- jDOES I YOUR
.. for Vlf tlU (t 10113In derbllt Klnmentary school buildinguntil I
\ hand ) official oral
n> iny an' tthe hour of 10:00: am. Monday
ii at Hlurke.,. (Florida this Hupumljur Circuit (Court llrailford1'onnty,' October 2, 1950. at which time
111th 1960.tUFFICIAL. nil bldi received will lie publicly
Flitrhlnl In (hnneerr
( BEAt) A. J. ThomaaAn and read\ aloud In regular
Clark of said Courtly J. K. Hone, plaintiff, VN. Tleryl I T opened-.nialon of the County Hoard.llJddarn .
Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk Hoes defendant. Can No. seer .
'C 1ura 8urqess A(olrPONCA 8J3| 4t JOJ13 Order. of Publication Anil Entire ToAppear. are herewith Instructedto
>y MTATH OK KLOMIKt TOI submit their proposals for the '
NEAR Meryl T. Hoes, whose place of resldencs amount that they are willing -to
In C'lrrulr Conrb. Ilrad'oril County.Klorlilni In rafih Into the hands of the
'IM unknown but tn believedand I l pay
In ( hanrrry.Uol alleged to be Beryl T. Koa etoOHcar i-ounty Hoard of public Inntructlun
,1U.h passing I Green tomatoes 7 lb., head of >.lt Bruoa ilenanlt''ndar Tuilur .Plaintiff, v.. T. Tompklna, Fltxpatrlnk; Bul- for the building only, aa In and FORDt TRUeWHISTLE1J
Itlta Allna liKfttml-
I enjoy ,
Uhrn-ln ,lurk County Htato. of Alabama. where la, provided however that "
6 onions ant. Case No. Void
large .
cabbage bid received for lena than the
t.. the fulleht: You are' required to appear on Ortober no
tiny Order of I'nhllrntlon And Mntlrv ToApprnr.
I help peppers.. I ground all up ... Bard 1950, In the above n.m..dCourt rt..ed..o: value: of the building
nlnir. and saying a prajcr. M I1 I'Ne' Kl.ollll IJtita end reuse, wherein plaintiff -"' by the Board.
the dead. added S4' cup salt and let stand Alln llonaiilt Tudor. neeka. dlvorne. Bradford CountyTelevraph The appralned value of the bulld- .
lay away four hours. I drained off the lowe r"Nl6>AvttmiM nc" and, Notre address Dame la: 3582 Tltt shall puhllah. this OrderIn ng, Inn been fixed at 11.000.0n. .
falls the several ,WhO..1 next four weekly laatiea.Wltnepd Xo: bid other than a Healed bid will
with me": Fast Juice and added cups Montreal I'rovlnc. of Quebec of-I
Abide ada: mv hand and official' anal! 1 ijt accepted and tin bid received
eventide; brown sugar and vinegar to Vim are required to appear October at Htnrke' Florida, thla September ,..I' th. hour vt 10:00( a.m. will be '
darkness gathers; Lord with moisten. Let it come to a good lard: l. 19SO, In the above nam"11 21at. 1960.OFFICIAL. onaldered.The .
The Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff ( PE.\t) A. J. ThnmaiAa County Hoard renervea the /
me abide! boll and canned it. I added mus- flfcka dlvorci Bradford County Clerk of said Court' reject anv or nil bldaHoard .
Wh.. other helpers fall and tard and celery seed-gives it a Telegraph shall puhllvh thin OrderIn I ny Haven Crocby, Deputy Clerk of IMihlle In.truetli.nII .
n next four weekly tnHuen.Wltnenir IT. T. Conk Attorney at LAW Hun- rail ford County FloridaII.
comforts flee, better flavor my hand and official seal nell, Florida. ... M........ .eer*(aryReserve
of the helpless, abide with had cool and pleasant sum. at Htarko, Florida, thin Heptember Attya, fur t'lf. 9122 4t 1013| 1t
Holp We a I
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me! mer. It is raining softly now r .
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Swift to Its clone ebbs out life' Digger is outside under the porch M' If so we will take the whistle out
little day; Don is In the living room listening I ;. ,
J3arth' Joys grow dim, its glories to the boll game. It Is after two -
pass away! o'clock. I love these kind of days.I .1
Change and decay In all around I like winter when one is so cozy.' ,
see; Do not have to hurry about any' C0 Your '
0 Thou who changest not, abide thing and no need to worry. I

I need with hour Thy me! presence every passing Just Never the be happy.boys for a across moment the do sea we, forget and i Ls TV Set NOW! Free !

What but Thy grace can foil the send up faithful prayers that their
tempter's power? lives be spared and God give uc
Who like Thyself my guide and speedy We are proud of
stay can be T the way they are fighting and we I
Through cloud and sunshine,. 0 must all try here at home to live
abide with me) so as to be worthy of their fighting I No matter where.you purchased your Ford Truck, we
-Henry Francis Lyte. to save us and our country. i

We had two funerals last week. "The gather shadows round miss your you chair-as they The limited supply will not take care of will render this service free! _

One here at the chapel and I,

When played I and am to sang pick'the the above song to,song.I the so', And Six every of are our gone.little boys"while here.I lookbutyou In Dixon I the demand when the co-axial cable to

often find myself turning
have been called. Goodbye .

the to song face mortuary, "Abide with With death I am,Me.so that"often I Here realize face In county God, dear bless ones.you all.LOVE LURA. i Jacksonville is completed Sept. 30 bring- ,

how brief Is life and I sing with

all my heart and soul "Swift to 12 hours of unexcelled TV
Its close ebbs life's little day. programs
To our many loyal friends and! Andrews Motor
How true! oh how true! As we C
neighbors, who extended kindnesses
older the days and years
and sympathy at the time of daily.
shorter. It
even seem to grow :
death of our loved one, J. G. La- ..
draws us Into one mighty circle of .
and for the beautiful offering
those of us who are left. One by moreaux Authorized Ford Sales & Service
of flowers, we ;wIsh to express
one we are taken away. I .
our appreciation. I
This poor lady we burled had nc
Immediate relative. nearer than a Gratefully I I I I -
nephew at her funeral. She weighed Mrs. Emma Lamoreaux PHONE 118 199 W.

we about had to three have hundred a special pounds casket and Arthur Rhoden. Insist On Buying Your Television Set From

made. I do not dwell long with Beta Sigma PhiA

thoughts on the dreary things a-, STARKE FLORIDA
bout death. I know there Is a; meeting of Beta Sigma Phi Someone Who SERVICES INSTALLS & UN- ,
hereafter and I am going there to I will be held Monday evening at 8 ,
live on and on. Yep! So I live o'clock at the home of Miss Freddie !

today happily, growing old and Wimberly. DERSTANDS Your TV Problems.

seeing the blessings of age. .
In ( ....It ('o..t.. Bradford c..t,.. -.. -. --..-'
Yes, there are many things as Florida !. (......,.. "'
we grow old to make us happy. Joy boater Or..n.. Plaintiff' v..1
(o'.a"lerV, Oreena, Defendant.Caan .
The old anger and petty hurts of No. 80, 3 I

used younger to be days so pass very away.Important What In Order" of. W.P..I1..t.o.HTATH UrH0na of> whoa.OIUU"And. Police r.Hlf.' ,3'\, ', 4 is ,

younger days grows unimportantand Hit,N DO...wci.>n\h I-It..t, 8.10., WanhInirtnn -. ;f 1I \' f Sales 324% !

forgotten. My eyes turn to- Vou ar. rf*. ward heaven and not so busy with
this earth's goods Some day
these earthly goods we have collected W.C.T.U.A
here will be left behind and
some one else will take them over. GOOD JOB
New friends I know new songs are The ahwirmkervaa a atrlct teetotaler I
sung, but tills IM not prevent CHAS. C. SHEPHERD

New Joys are mine! -yes, I grow him from being good frleml withthe. I I Thisa r it's clear.
young landlord of the local pub. I

As I grow old.I One night he |>mwxl. the Inn door

canned pears yesterday. I just M the landlord emergedstruggling RCA Bendix Admiral Sparton
have canned peaches and cherries, with a hefty customer
and made quite a lot of apple "Give me s band to get BIT! :TV Sets All Models Terms.

jelly. I made plcalllll one day this here, home;" he nhouted. ? L 1 II
week. Today I washed windowsand "Not I. Jim,," the shoemaker. re-
put up the tie-back ruffled pile*!. "You do &II I do when I've "We Install or Service Any TV Set"Ph. a 'li' R
curtains In the living room and dining done a really good Job Just stick 330 Madison &: Court She .. .-. ," l e N ,
room for winter. I love to him up In the window for adver-
dust and clean. I like to make tlwmentl" .
Don fresh apple pie. I shall make (Florida Good New. ) r
one when I get this typed. ]I t.

like to work. I am never happier I -1 ." ..,. ,.-
than home.I when. busy cooking, makinga ; ; : '-/
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read where a noted woman JVEEKENPSPECIALS Corner Call

doctor has made a survey and Sts. Starke
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feund so many women who keep Kaiser
house are 111 and unhappy. I have (Sept. 22 & 23) Quantity Rights

found that most all of us are con FOR YOU AT Reserved
fronted with the same problems
In this life. It Is up to us to Kaiser's the !

learn difficulties to live and and go overcome on being happyno these GROCERY & ,MARKET T car

matter what happens. _
There is a solution for each un-
happiness we experience. I always SUN-CLO JIM DANDY C Silver BarPEAS

think everything that I encounter
is a test and to make me BLEACHOt.
a better person. When I cannot GRITS 5 lb.39C'

aolve things myself and am uncertain lOc 2 for 25cOMONS
I ask help of my friends, my
husband even my son and wife.
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Altogether I find a way along witha
prayer to Ood, to guide me. So NICE WHITEPOTATOES
I get busy and work work at CABBAGE31b..e
something. Whoopee!

the One new thing electric I am sewing happy machine about If lOc .5 Ib.16CCABIN 3 lb. 14c 4

Don !is getting me. I have three .ues.+.osr,
new patterns and I shall make myself .
new dresses and lots of thingsI J *Del Monte Crushed White Skit Kaiser Deluxe J
wish you could all see the nice HOME .
strawberry preserves that my PineappleNo.2 BACONLb.
son and wife sent me. A: dozen
Jars and they are delicious-made MEAL lb.33C 27c 1951 Kaiser.
from their own berry patch. Can 25c .
Lucky me. My grandchildren'. s the only car withAnatomic
little pony has a colt. I have its .
picture and It Is so cute. I took Colored In Quarters 8 oz. Vita Food Desi
colored pictures when I was in ARMOUR'S CORNED
Indiana and they are good. So OLEOLb. Apple Jelly
many things to be happy over.
CLAY HILL-School has started BEEF 39C
I have letters from Mildred 23c can 9c 1951 Kier eat... have. smashed all previous reeordil .
Sculley and Ella Mae Osteen. Nice Why? Because with Kalan'.new Anatomic Design every InKae ol I be'IfSt.
letter from Daisy Lang who has Jour nearest chasais i. engineered to suit the oeed. ol human amiomyt

been ill a month with broken ribs FLAT CANSSARDINES' LargeSUPER. ewHn SII.Mll\tr1\ Kaiser gives you more windahield and windodealer area duKaiser.Fruer
She I* now In Lawtey with her SWIFT'S 3 LB. PKG. any ear ta America plu.the protection ol a Salrty.CM.hlon Padded' l I""""e j

daughter and family. So very I SUDS27c for c..."f JMt-HORil lCaieer i offer room aplenty for m big peopl
for her.HELPFUL ell
sorry plua eu'kHDIer Doors!lAnetoma
found that common floor wax will 3 for 19c !!: ****. "*'*"'1'1' Anatomic Design soaks np reed shocks, provide
road lower
remove paint from your hands hugging enter of gravity I

Wash after with soap and water. e demonstration today I CMMn S.-.Mn. ,l JCaI..*.peat Supenoaia engine.ire yon Guar

Put a little. vinegar In the clorox Salad 28 getawiy quieter performance 1 ...
"Salad Bowl" oz. Apple ....
when you want to take a spot out SHORT GRAIN II'.clear when you compare all Out cvantet...nothing( comes cIaIte 10 l":
of colored clothes and the clorox Kabert..Come ln..raity..nd Anatomic deaw ltrlf
DRESSINGPt. BUTTER19c get yonr nit
will not eat a hole or take out One o/6 Mf*jU* and 13 madtls.Hfdra-Matic mvUUt ft lxtre
the color. Don't .Inhale the fumes RICE 3 lb. 29C(

though they about strangle one. 26c Bunt to Better tim Best en Ue Road I
FICAULLIr Here Is the way I

made mine. Good with meat .. - _. ..... _,_ .... .. ... L .
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