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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I Factory Proposal 301 1 Widening\ Rotarians Gather Old Clothes. 'Naval Stores I Storm Brings


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GRESS REGRESS Meets Approval Plan Approved; -t, f.0' -, -., Field Day Set 60-Mile Gales .



About Tomorrow? I At Mass Meeting!! I Get Bids Soon ,: ---.. _ For October 26 To This AreaTangled

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of the accepted laws of the universe that things cldent.In spite'to of squally weather in-,', After a trip to Tallahassee this ,.o ___________ Latest developments in the use utility wires mud, moss

is one or backward-there is no standing still. hurricane Florida's late- easonI week Senator Charley E.: John. reported s- of bark-chipping, acid treatment, and toppled trees were the cW !f
forward j I a large crowd gathered that John Slade, division en- evidence of 65 to 70 mile an hour
I tt applies'to everything else in nature applies equalIties In the courthouse and spiral cutters will be demon
Tuesday this'
night gineer with the /State Road Department winds that hit. section around
towns. i for the purpose! of strated at Naval Stores Field Dayto
and
discussing
ways completedplans 3 o'clock Wednesday as a tropical
I carried the
t t applies to Starke-and the scales are pretty evenly| and means!' to keep Starke on) the for the widening of Temple i be .held near Starke Thursday hurricane swept up the peninsula

ed? right now between progression and retrogression. I Inside track as the site of a branch Avenue (IU. S. Highway 301) to I ;: afternoon, October 26. after wreaking more than $3,000-

It t be long before they must start tipping one way or theIt factory proposed by a North Carolina -I, Tallahassee Tuesday where the This event, the first of Its kindto 000 damage in toe Miami area.

is up to us,'whose individual destinies are cast in manufacturer of work clothes. plans were approved. be held In Florida this year, Isbeing The highest. winds In this area

e die with that of the community in which we live- For the purpose of sounding out I I Senator Johns said that the i iI sponsored' by the Lake City were experienced at Kingsley Lake

PL re that the balance swings in the right direction. public Chamber opinion of on the proposal the : plans call for a 74-foot rlghtofi i Branqh; of the Southeastern Experiment where portions of dock were

t-ke: has been fortunate. It was given such tremendous Impe-I the City Council Commerce, Joined by way along Temple Avenue throughthe Station and Naval Stores blown away, boats were sunk, and

Dr (the war years that it ha* literally been coasting for half alogi I tic to attend a Invited the pub- city. This will\ consist of a 64- Conservation. Program, In cooper- home damaged by falling trees.

the momentum gained in those prosperous days. But every I the courtroom. mass 'meeting in foot wide' pavement, curb to curb ation with the Florida Agricultural La.wtey came in for Its share of

,must come to an end and that time has Just !about arrived for After and a 3-foot sidewalk on each aide. Extension Service. damage with several store build-
of the a discussion of all phases, Bids will be advertised for at an a Site of the demonstration will bea Ings unroofed and the brick facadeof

..In'e have been fortunate in that the post war adjustment I proposition voted "It it be wa/the\ unanimously sense-I early date on thla $100,000 project -I tract of land owned by the Pow- one toppled over in the heart of

what cushioned by the establishment here of a mining oper-1of this meeting that the Chamber I the Senator laid. ; ..Turpentine\ Co., located one mile the business section.

has been of tremendous benefit to the community. It has glv-( of Commerce select officers a1 I Johns also stated that he learned south of Starke just off IT. S. 301. Brooker, served by REA, was
al i I without electric currant since noon
industrial pro-I that bids will be advertised October Road signs will\ direct visitors to
[tae of what a regular payroll fan mean to a town, non-profit corporation and Wednesday It was expected that 1 "
the demonstration.
ceed to form such and 31 for the hard-surfacing of
like corporation '
c taSte is good- It tastes more. I I ROTARY PRESIDENT Bill Graham (left) and Guy Andrews chaIr- service wpuld be restored some
with the to obtain another In- to acquire such portion of the old State Road S-233 (Brooker through The program, beginning. at 1:30P.
faced opportunity )
rke Is now T man of the club's Community Service Committee, are, pictured above time Thursday afternoon.
Blanding Center property as Is I New River Station to Highway M., will also Include a demonstration ,
I and another payroll and we are proud to say that It looks as If deemed wise for a building site 100.) This road Is about seven with a pick-up truck load of good, warm winter clothing collected by of the newest tool and Damage estimated at around I

Lens are determined that It shall not slip from our grasp. I I and proceed to the construction I Ilof miles in length. Starke Rotarians In a whirlwind drive staged after their luncheon other equipment' used In naval $300 wa reported at the Twig 011 t

ich enthusiasm and such unanimity of purpose as was displayed( the garment factory in ques meeting Wednesday of last week. The clothing was turned over tq the stores operations An opportunitywill I Product. plant at Brooker where a

meeting In the courthouse Tuesday night cannot be denied. We'd tion." I Bradford County Red Cross Chapter and came "just In the nick of \ be given for producer. to ask blow pipe Installation was blown

fug to bet dollars to doughnuts that a few months from now I The motion was made by Lex I II PTA Carnival time" according to Mrs. W. R. Morse, staff worker. The Tom Harris questions about naval stores practices down. Several hundred tung tree

L i new factory building arise in Starke, for "where there's ares I Green and was seconded by' family at Sampson City and the Alvin Tyler family at Lawtey lost In general. also fell victim to the wind.

[ a way" and there was no lack of will Indicated at this Councilman P. L. Bridges. I' their homes and all possession In fires during the past week. Mrs) All persons interested in naval B. S. Johna. superintendent of

L g attended by an excellent cross section of the community I Guy Andrews reported that the!: To Be Gala EventAnnual Morse said, that complete outfits for both families were obtained from stores production are invited to attend the municipal power plant, and his

men, political leaders, and private individuals. manufacturer on a recent visit I the donated clothing. The Tyler family contained four children this Field Day and see dem- crew had their hands full restrlng--
all beer and Countless must to Starke, had, Inspected and approved ing blown down wires, but actual
|l tit won't be skittles. problems Hallowe'en festivities Photo by Hollywood. onstrated the newest In methodsand

1 and solved before this thing can become a reality. The dig- of the East Call Strt'et'( will begin Friday afternoon, Oct. : ----_ alilnmenfc._ __ m____. Th____ flreneral_"n__ nith.r-- damage to the city' electric ayetent
Intents and stumbling blocks will seem at times almoat insur- location which is already surround1ed 27, when the Starke PTA.Carnivalgets licEs invited as well as persons :was estimated at only $200.
I by paving, has electric conduits j I Johns said that
nine primary lines
tie, but we believe it CAN be done. We believe ft WILL be and sewer connections, as well as j underway at 4 o'clock on the BHS Scores 28-6 School Count connected with the industry, were down, but all were back in :
I midway between the elementary A large crowd of producers
all grading, filling and
necesnary service by 8:30: P. ),I. Wednesday.
j YOU think It can't be done, take another look at those scales at other advantages. school "A" building and the BHS processors, woodsmen, turpentine I Only .six homes were without I' :

j of this column. Picture In your mind which way they're go- Carl Johns who had been previously cafeteria. I Win Over PKYThe UD 3.6 PercentEnrollment laborers representatives from equipment light Wednesday night and the
to obtain Fun and frolic'Will be in store and factorage houses,
Itip In the very near future unless something Is done to weight appointed 811I I' last of these was back in condition
}awe In favor of progress. I tlmates from local contractors on for all age throughout the after and woodland owners In general) I by noon Thursday.J. trl

i ago Dr. Samuel Johnson, the trenchant sage of Eng-I the required 20.000 square foot I noon and evening until 10 oclock.: BHS Tornadoes bounced in Bradford County will\ attend the demonstration. H. DuPre manager of Flort- ,.

d "Nothlng will ever be attempted If all possible objections I structure said that the "outsldo I| All traditional amusements are on back for a second victory Thursday school showed an overall Increaseof dir Power Light' Blanding District '

I rat be overcome." No truer word were ever spoken. i estimate" for the building lnclud- |:, the program. night of last. week, walloping 3.6 percent for the first monthof Midget Ball League estimated the company'.

K'I not waste our time and energies in posing all possible ob-1 I ins sprinkler of system would and the be ar-1 In I Mrs. T. H. Slade, chairman of a strong P. K. Yonge team from the 1950-31: term as comparedwith Begins ScheduleThe damage at (3,000 In this area. Service --
1 later qulsitlon property\ the Carnival Committee, said that Gainesville by a score of 28-6 on the same period In 1940-30.\ to Lawtey Hampton and' '!S
In these and
< Let's unite overcoming objections sharing the neighborhood of 60000. ;,
I jtlsfaction of glorious achievement. W. H.: Graham local dealer In plans are being made for a mock the Starke field. BHS has scored Total enrollment in all Bradford American Legion Baseball Waldo was out for more than 24 0 i

men's clothing stated that he I I football game being played late in four touchdowns In the last three schools, whit. and colored, for the Midgets have been practicing dally hour, but DuPre expected to have ..,

had been handling this manutacturer's I the afternoon with the participants years against PK's one. first month of the current term and finally started the league [ "everything back" by 6 P. M. ....

01) Board Fixes $161.49 Per Pupil line for many years. He I dressed in clown suits Carl Johns scored for the Tornadoes was 2832. Last year's first month schedule Tueaday of last week Thursday. He said the wind was) 4

sis For Proportioning Bond Issue said that it was a reputable firm I Beginning at 6:13: : the PTA will early in the second quarter total was 2.734. During the first two weeks of :: the highest since he became manager -

established In 1909. and had an' serve supper in the Cafstarla., after Sapp recovered a PKY School official said'that the 3.' practice sessions the dally attend of this district about 10 year

[xhtdule f rmining the pr.portlon! of the proposed "00.. excellent 'credlt rating. I I I The menu will consist of baked, fumble on Bradford's' 42 yard line. percent increase was"in keeping ance was between 72 and 84. :1 ago.Although
It was explained that this tnanu-,. ham baked beans cole slaw: rolls Hasen Bennett and John carriedto with the ,trend 'noted here'In' recent calm wa restored and
rd tease each school the Schoolit At
to spent on was adopted by four line Johns present the league consists of
lu last regular meeting.' facturer wants to establish 8.1,|I I and hot coffee at 73c per plate. I the yard where\ year Enrollment has been four Uamu..in the Midget Leagueand the sun was shiningThursday\
branch In Florida no that he can Following supper a double head-1 1I went over for-ithe\ Initial icorHati.n's "picking) up" around 100 ,every morning, Rrs! <* reil on the basin,of an average dally attendance of 2.477 In klckj'waa: a good one for three. fcl. 't"d' Baby' Midget
i iI because
,
I better service the expanding1 Flor-,I I er baseball game will be"'played children born during the closed of the inabilityof
en' Mftools dJT tne"3849-50 term, the 'amount to be spentII the League.
extra
ig point.
wish to
He does not busses to
i Ida market. i featuring the first public appearance -, tepped-up war time birth rate transport student
was calculated at $161.49. I' expand his North Carolina factory :I'I of the new Midget Baseball period become of school age.Tht'Ol'IItlcally In the first two practice games over rain-damaged graded road.

i this basis the following- schedule of) funds to be spent on because of the keen competitionI Team currently being sponsored IIIT'T"'I'U'". the 100-tudent between the Baby Midgets last The interruption In power service -

11001 was arrived at: I for labor in the Industrial center. :|'I by American Legion Post 36.j \ Fll-.t downs, 1 C 115 PKV II increase each year should requirean week, each team won a game forced a shutdown at the
i A special meeting of the Chamber -, I'a.Mee T 14 The Giants (Marvin Brown, captain Humphrey Gold llmenlte miningoperation

Average Dolly AmountAttendante ;, of Commerce was held Wed.;:j|!, There wilt be pony rides picture, PHIHHIH.... Int.roppt.d romplKteit *t 0 IIpa. three additional classroom three since teacher the and ) won the first game, and the. east of Starke from
recom-
shows fortune "House of ,
1949-3,0 I nesday afternoon and was at- telling Varil. icalnail. ru.hlng 191 AH Dodgers (Glenn Reddish tap: tain) ]
early Wednesday afternoon until
1225 197819.96 tended by additional business men : Horrors" and many other events.I II Yard Knlnoil', paniilnlit lot mended load for each teacher and won the second Marvin Brown's:
Kick-off return *l 14Avoraira each class-room Is 30 odd students 8 A. M. Friday. Ordinarily the
301 48607.18''Iwho I could not be present TuasI -I A list of the attractions and punt 9* 91r pitching, the hitting of Little Mc-: mine operates on 24-hour "roundthe
r 146 23.976.91) I day night. They were likewise 1 1I their chairmen include: fish pondlI ..n*m... ID"4 4SFumblwii it Enrollment In the various Rae (who had four hits In one': clock" basis.. a

nn 89 / 14372.22 I enthusiastic over the proposal. and ,I Mrs. E. Lawson; hot dogs and opponent fumli. roc. ft t schools for the first month of the game) fielding of Jimmy Iobbs,1 J H. A. Bishop Jr., of the Stark

on' 15,987.08: it was decided to proceed with thei I coffee, Mrs. T. B. Harding; House current term was a* follow: and the catching of Gill were outstanding -':
99 Telephone Co., described their damage
i formation of a non-profit corpor- of Horrors'Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. Fullback James Prevatt accounted White HohooU 'I| 4
a* "mighty light. About 12
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------ /atlon' to devise ways and means Eddie Hartman; hamburgers Mrs. for two Tornadrj touch Hampton 102. Hellbronn 113. The four teams In the Midget
$300,363.35S phone weer put out of order but
Total White 1860 |lof financing the construction. I Ruby Johns; candy and peanuts, downs scoring both passes. from Brooker 178. Lawtey 317, Brad- League are; Alvarez, Sidney; all services were restored

Burke) 488 73.905.00 i, the factory. Mrs. Jim Godwin; country store Hazen. His first came In the sec ford High & Starke Elementary Jackson, captain; Guidon Grill,> Thursday afternoon.The by-
announced that the manufacturer Junior Woman's Club Mr*. C. J.: 1443.: Total whit. 2133.
129 20,831.65 I It was ,, ond quarter after PKY punted to Johnny Kopelousos captain; the! old that It' ill
I his willingness saying an
I had Indicated Edwards; handwork, Woman'sClub Hazen onjils, 40 yard line and Haz- ( 0101'''''' Schools I Sheriffs, Benny McRue, captain; wind that blow held
--- to liquidate at least half ; fortune telling, Mrs. Edwin Sampson 28 Brooker 2.1.: Thurs-' nobody good
I en returned all the way for a and B. T. Thomas Lumber
99,636.63 true this
$ In Instance
Total,Negro6lTil I the cost of the construction : Torode; picture show, Miss Audrey score. The officials ruled how- ton 00, Wateroak 68, Hampton Byron Newcomb captain.In cO"1 as every other.
Thousand of
$400,000.00 through the payment of rent over Newman; soft drinks Mrs.. J. ever, that Hazen stepped out of S3, Lawtey 143. RJE (Starke) 298. pounds of mature
school 2477 the of last
centers game Tuesday blown
from the tree-
I a 20 year period.A I H. DuPre; Ice cream, Mrs. R. P. bounds the 45. Two plays later, Total( colored 677.U.N.Dav pecan were
on
committee was appointed to 'and : welt" Guidon Grill won from AI-' In this area, leaving grower
_ Stubblns balloons nolsemak-
Board further agreed that"Oould with officials In Gainesville ; Hazen heaved a 30-yard pass to varex 9-4. Alvarez had 4 runs, nothing to do but pick them up off
be to Wm. F. Thornton I confer ers, Mrs. K. G. Duncan; supper. Prevatt who went the rest of the
given major where a non-profit corporation Event 7 hits and 4 errors while Guidon the ground. Ordinarily the nuts
and alterations and needed Dies At State Farm I was recently formed for the Mrs. Tyler Jones and Mrs. Ralph I way unmolested.Just made 9 runs, 10 hits, 2 errors. must be laboriously buaten off the

rn construction at each I construction of a hosiery mill. Alvarez. before the half the visitors Wayne Douglas with 3 hits and tree with long cane poles or

<*nu>r'fllowlng, William F. Thornton, 72 a real- | As soon as the necessary information Booth chairmen: V. R. Ferguson opened up their aerial attack and' Jackson with 2 hit. led the Al- shaken out by mechanical shaker
for 18 Bill Scruggs; comic football I II travelled from their own 19 yard Set For Oct. 24Starke
bids were received dent of the State Farm I nan' been obtained the organization varex tea'm, while Edgar Akrldge
"termination and control years, died at the home of a sister will be perfected here. ,I game Hugh Ingram; baseball.| line to Bradford's 13 just as the and Johnny Kopelousos each had 2
tee In morning following Herb\ Thomas; publicity. Mrs. W whistle blew. Lewis L. Lee
the former USO there last Friday I I|I hits for the winners.
g and the Bradford High a lengthy Illness. 'I J. Epperson, Jr. In the third quarter PKY bottled along with other cities In the Dies At Home Here
bUilding.Pest Mrs. T, H. Slade, carnival chairman -:' the Tornadoes' running game In Florida will observe United Na game Wednesday of last
born In Baker 14 Men ReportFor : up the
was week Reddish
Mr. Thornton tram beat
Control Jacksonville: County on March 30, 1878. He was I expresses her deep appreciation 'I and kept them with their backs lions Day next Tuesday, Oct. 21. Thomas) Lumber 9.... Thomas got Rev. Lewis E. Lee, 82. died Fri-
.56; BHS J760 total 1316. Church. to all person who are assisting to their own goal line. During On this day In Berlin, Germany, day, Sent. 29, In a local hospital
; the Mormon I 4 6 hits and 3 whileReddish I
member of run errors,
da Pest Control & Chem- a Induction I|I In the enormous job of putting this period Delano Thomas, play the Freedom Scrolls, .signed by following a brief nines He was
Besides his widow, he l Is survivedby carnival and thousands of citizens. In the obtained 9 runs 10 hits, 3
the
,
Galnesvllle: USO $523: ; on urges every. Ing defensive safety man, covered many an ordained Baptist. minister but
|<125. total $950.: one daughter, Mrs. Agnes Sapp, one to come out and join In the PKY' ace pass receiver so perfectly United States, will be placed: In the errors. Batteries were for Thomas! had been retired for a number of
of Ralford; four sons, W. C. Thorn fun on Friday, Oct. 27 ofMallard's Freedom Shrine. Lumber, Van Alstlne and Tyu.
work was awarded to the Fourteen men left Starke early that he Intercepted one I years because of ill health.
for McRae
Thornton Reddish, Rivers and
ton Jacksonville, J. C. The observance In Starke will
i 3\
Iderone morning for Induction I passes on Bradford's Mr. Le was born In Putnam

bid was received ford Green Cove Springs C.sisters R. Thorn Mrs. : Thursday into the armed services in the second Rotarians Shown yard line and broke up another held in the BUS auditorium at 8 GUI.with 3 Benny hits and McRae Van Alstlne led Reddish had 2 County In 1868 and had lived In
1 ton Raiford; and two I start that could have for a PKY o'clock Tuesday evening. The pro- Bradford
sale' of the Vanderbilt Induction call since the gone County most of his life
and Mrs. hits for H. T. Thomas.
Starke Road Film
building Delia Manning of Safety touchdown.On gram la to be a cooperative undertaking with the exception of 18 of
and it was not con- the Korean war year
of The
teams will play two
mflC it was for less than Eva Stafford of Raiford. The following men reported at Accident prevention was atre 8' the second play of the quar- I of the high" school and the weekly. games service with the electric companyIn

need) value of $1,000. Funeral services were held at the the office of Local Board 18 and this ter, after a series of punts the I Starke Ministerial Association. Tampa.
so a guest at meeting.
quest for financial asslst- South Prong Cemetery in Baker transported by bus. to Jacksonville Patrolman in Action" shownat visitor scored their only touchdown i A musical program Is being pre- H* 1 I. survived by his widow
"" received from the school County Sunday afternoon at 2 were : way when Mallard went 31 yard pared for the occasion by the Music Tighter Rules :Mr*. Hattie Alvarez Lee of Starke;
the Rotary Club Wednesday by
ot Elder Jordon of Jack- Brooker end run. Nil try for extra department of the high school and five daughter. Mrs. B. B.
the state Prison Farm! o'clock with William Henry Hayes ; Cpl. Floyd Crawford of the State on an On Credit Go Into Bryant
>Wren are BHS. onvIUe officiating. DeWitt C. Vlnson Turner, Starke; Patrol of point wa wide of the post. That and the speaker of the evening will Mr*. T. O. Jones. Mrs., E. J. Ben-
attending. Robert Highway out St. Augui-
Ire needed to Jones Funeral Home was in chargeof Madison Sutherland Green narrowed the score to 146. be a representative. of the United Effect MondaySeveral ton and Mr*. Patsy Suarcy, all\ of
purchase a James tine. The program was In chargeof
',I to replace I arrangements. Charles Lewis Walker On the kickoff after PKY1 Nation Speaker Bureau In the Tampa, and Mr*. Lois Grlffl of
the one they Cove Springs; Sheriff P. D. Reddish. new restrictions on
r C Leroy score Hazen Bennett and McRae Oalneavllle area. Dr. Manning Starke; three sons. Carlos Lee
Using and monthly as- Green Cove Springs; The Aim drove home the fact credit, a part of the Government'santiInflation
111 Noah the ball to PKY' 21 yard Dauer of the University of Eddie Lee and B. W alt
are to Jr., Starke; carried\ Geiger
be Sunday Norman
made In such Funeral GHlard that driver ennotrive alP
many campaign went
4 s. Worthington line. Again Hazen threw an 18! faculty Is chairman of this FlOrida'' I lof Tampa: and one sister, Mrs.Rose .
will be necessary from StricklandMrs. VanDyke Taylor. fast a* their car can run. "Yourcar A. J. Thomas Jr. into effect Monday. Under the
'trn For Mrs. I Rodkey, yard pass to Prevatt who carriedthe I GrlfTls, Starke.
of the William Lloyd !80'
bus to defray 'Springs; may be able to operate at of American Legion Post. new regulations consumers must:
for 20-6 score. re-
I James three yard a Funeral services were held In
Of Bernard
the new bu*. By moL Strickland. 83, Lake Genpva; or 90 miles an hour,-but can you"the / 1. I
A. Canova Ollie Carter I __,._._. t.... !: t*rk-...r, Edwardjacooacw Hazen converted again. port. that around IWO signatures Pay one-third down) on auto- Tampa Monday Afternoon, Oct. 2. j
the the Board au- wife of Rev. Raymond Strickland,' --- Cove- Springs; commentator aiked. -. Bradford scored Its final tally are obtained on the Freedom mobiles with the time to finish I at 4 o'clock, with Interment la

to the Payment of the sum of Webster, died auddenly at her]I Clayton hess Green Starke Harvey Highway Patrolman Q.; A. Flll- after Thomas Intercepted a passon Scrolls that were circulated in paying for their cars reduced from Memorial Cemetery. Local arrangements ,I

h t proVlalon|state| Prison canteen home Thursday. Oct. 12, following)i Elvin Doyle Brewer.Casey, Lawtey;; Jack : Inglm, stationed in Starke, was also his own 30 yard line. Hazenthrew Bradford County.A 21 month to 13 months. i j were In charge of De ;
that Leon at this meeting.
4 t M be no assess- a short illness. I i Starke: Nathaniel guest a pass to Thomas who carried cordial Invitation I I. extendedto 2. Make 23 par cent down pay-i i Witt C. Jones. ,
made of any Brad- She was born in Bradford)I VVUmer Hall Arthur Three new members. Rev. T. G for 33 yard on PKY's 37 all residents of Bradford County; ment on h'.m. appliance with a I
.Junt3/ resident whose chil- 1883. She Miller (colored, Lawtey; Mitchell, Lawranc Gibson and 7 to join In the United Nation
Bennett gained yard Day 15-month to
transported County on September 3. White (colored) La*tey. I welcomed into yard line. period pay. Previously Pecan Buyers '
by the Prisi I Lee James Lysltt were observance. ,
i of the Baptist clerk an- then Hazen scored on the next consumers could buy applianceswith
busBoard was mejnber
a Rhoda Dampier
Mrs the club and given their member-
Back
I Church and Woodman CircleIn local board will play going 30 yards around end a 13: per cent down paymentand In Starke ;
that the
agreed to nounced President W. H. Gra
teed renew the husband she Induction call for 12 ship pins by His kick for extra point wa* good Explorer ScoutsTo with 18 month to pay. ,
her
lervlce policy of the addition to have another ham. Th BUS line- Dillard and Shep Keene of Jacksonville ,
H. again *core 28-6.
brothers Affected In thin
Control_ Co., of Jacksonthe Is survived by three both of men In November. Guy Andrews, chairman of the men deserve plenty of credit for Be OrganizedAmerican field are radio who purchased pecans '
and television
mpton Elementary C. Carter *nd'LIge Carter, Community Service Committee reported Johns sets cooking stoves, here in 1046. are back In Starkefor
with Kenneth
building for the control of Maxvllle. and M. D. Carter of. Recent Birth that a pick-up truck load of thla victory Booth standout Evana Legion Post :36 will washers Ironers dishwasher refrigerators Ute current season and will

for! p'rlo of one W. Palm Beach: two sisters. Mr good clothing. was obtained In the and Billy sponsor J an Explorer Scout TroopIn and food freezer, air conduct their buying operation at
g year and Mrs. : Mrs. S. E. Reyes Jr., and Crowson were outatanding conditioners, dehumldlflers
Oct and
,
Starke Mr. Starke and will be 'vac-
a meeting
lf 1931: at the ante Effle Johns of birthof old clothe collection last week Temple Avenue. I',
w 180 of Webster. Jacksonville announce the linemen for P. K. Yonge. held in the Legion hall next Tuesday uum cleaners, phonograph* and ,
per year. Carrie Smlth HI and had been turned over to the the Tornadoes The Keene say that price this,
.
Sun- Reyes Tonight (Friday)
Emory machines.
held sewing
were a son. Stephen night at 8 o'clock to discus
Funeral services I county Red Cross chapter.Mr. year will be the highest since
.-\ft'un\: \\ORKINO at 2 o'clock at the on Saturday, Oct. 7.Mr. play Alachua High In Alachua. plan for getting atartd.Art 3. Put down 13 percent on fur- 1946. They are especially Interested .

-III be an all day cemewmJ"1"1" Reside in Kingsley Lake Cemetery I and Mrs. Novie Kllgo announce ,I Rowan of Live Oak, Scout niture with 13 months to pay. Before In Curtis nuts, but will buy '

1rklJlr at New River Bap- with 'Rev. Leo Farr of De- the arrival of a son. Patrick; and Mr. T K. McN.ill visited Mr. and Mr*. Cecil Sewell spent field worker, will be present at this consumer could buy furniture all varieties.

': /, Oct. 26. Land officiating. Interm.ent was I' Marshall on October 15, In St. In Deland and New Smyrna tost weekend with relative at meeting to discus the organization with 10 per cent down and have They will have, their truck pick \ "'

."k \ served on'the in the family plot under the direc I' Vincent's HoSpital Jacksonville. I Beach over the weekend. Marianna and Mexico Beach. plans with the Post. 18 month to pay. up nut* In town or out. i
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BRADFORD' COUNT TELEGRAPH, BTARRE FLORIDA FRIDAY, 1Oij: t
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PAGE TWOBradford named !Stafford' Shandu. II. Plaintiff,
I860, In the above vs. November ,
i It'.et': and cause, wherein plalntlffseeks I Gladys B. ahanda, Defendant.It named lib M ,
co..t ,
GIVING( HIM THE 'RUN AROUND divorce. Bradford County IK further ordered that this plaintiff seeks; jleq. ,,.:4 II
Telegraph Telegraph shall publishthis, (. OrderIn Notice to Appear andlor Ordor shall County T.I.lfrllp); ...
County next four weekly ....u... he published. once each week for Order In next, '" Itglnl, '
I Witness mY hand and official seal four (4) consecutive weeks In the WI tn... et'tat .1'
this September Bradford County Telegraph neon ,
at Starke. Florida newspaper F1 In4
I ESTABLISHED 187 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNIH-BDITOH: : TMAtiS Zdtn. 1850.OFFICIAL. published In Bradford CountyFlorida << 8tark., o. ''I I Off
r / TMAT'S J BEAU) A. J. .Thomas and that said newspaper is 1&50. lei
: ( YouR ( As Clerk o* .,, of a .general circulation and pub- < (}
Published Every Frhtey. and Entered M Second 'jouR -- LE;: Ry Haven Crosby, Deputy. ClerkT. Hulled Ih said County and /Htate. OFP'IC111; a I! 3
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at Starke, Fta. ..-, Frank Landrum, Starke. Florida. Witness my hand trdrt official seal I1y !lave" "
Office >b.
CUm Matter at tha Poet Attys. for Hit. 9129! 4t 10120 of said Court this of October pDe I ;:,
A I>. 1950 at mv office In the ltdCARPENT \
In Clrcnlt Conrt. IlraiUord Connty. Court House In the City of Stark.,
MEMBER1950 pa Florida. I. CnancerrJessie Bradford, County Florida..
COUa : Rogers Plaintiff, vs. BertH. A. J. Thomas, Clerk of the Circuit
7Z-- rr
TNAT's .
SOS T Court KlRhth Judicial (circuit
No.
|1050 For SI* Month Roger" Defendant. Case Bradford Florida
s I SubMTlpUon W2.BO Annually e YotR Order or Publication. And Notice To In and for County. ,
In ChanceryBy
TOt
!UTATB OF KLOWIOA
Appear.
1 TNArt Jd0 Bert It. Kovers whose address Is Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk PRESCRPTIO
unknown and whose last known Barton 'r. Douvlns, Solicitor for
FOR THAT' addrasa was Miami Florida: Plaintiff 103 North Main Street,
VOTE 41,1,0 YO Id R You are required to appear on Gainesville, Fla. 106| 4t 10Z7In | pull 11AClg
) In the above
October JOth, 19BO .
Juvenile Court Amendment G \i\: 0 To sN named. eeeksand cause, BradfordCounty Klorldni Circuit In Court c::.....Bradford.,.. County,

plaintiff: : Telegraph lh fl.'PIl b r..ahdft''i: Solomon D. Daniels. Plaintiff vs.
Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness Marjorie V. Daniels, Defendant
hand and official ..ealat i Case No. HORS
General
i It is always hard to work up enthusiasm over a t" Starke,my Forlda this September Order of Pnkllrntlnil. And Notice To

Election in an "off year"-especialIy in Florid$where nomination c C"URC" / slat(OFFICIALilEAL 150. / ) A. J. Thomas Appror.Majorla' V.STATH Daniels' l OF, whose KIOHII residenceand TO.

in the spring primary is tantamount ti oI As Clerk of said CourtBy address Is Unknown:
.
l by the Democratic Party a \iii' 0 Haven Crosby. Deputy Clerk You are required to appear on

to election. Perhaps eventually with the continued Sc l I H / I H. O. Brown. Starke, Florida,
1 '129 4t 10120In
Att)'.. for fit.
influx of new residents from the North, Florida will becomea I FREE !
The rlrcnlt ('....t or Florida
two party state, but at the present time Republican oppo- Khthth Judicial Circuit In And Kornradforit ,. !
Conntr. In ('h.ncerllJames For Prompt FREE Removalof
sition (which seldom materializes) offers only token resist Stafford ShR nd., II, Plain I

..-*,..I'-'! 1c I tiff., vs.DIVORC'FJNO'I'Il'.1 Olady. B. Shandn Defendant Dead, Crippled, & Worth

c <\mce.Floridians will watch with interest what takes place in I. The !Name Of TO The APPRtn state of Florida less Cattle, Horses, Mules

other parts of the country, but there is little here at hometo .7 I ToiUladys B. Shands non-resident of & Hogs .

is the State of Florida but who Is a Call 132 StarkeWE ON-THE-MINIT
capture the imagination of the voting public. This unfortunate resident S of Washington, District of SEE

in a way, because it means that the five proposed I In spite of all the best and most who are apt to upset the accepted overall planning; some means devised -I ulunibla Street, USA.Northeast. residing ashlng-ton; at 36232nd ALWAYS COME I

conscientious efforts of social work- social pattern with so-called "be for amalgamating the effortsof J.C. PHONEDay64
amendments to the Florida Constitution will either pass or I It Is hereby ordered that you are Florida Renderers
ers and religious leaders there still havior disorder." school, home church, social required to appear on the 8th d..yof ,
fail without having received a representative expression from remains "aching void"-one r agencies and courts November A.D. 1950 before the above .II INC. N
one entitled Court In "aid cause, as 1
those eligible to vote on them. And that is not a wholesome blind spot-In our relations with It was a disappointment to note;' C rAt require., by law to the Complaint -.

situation. A matter so important as an amendment of the youth today. that even LIFE magazine In Its; least a start !In the right direction md! against I appearance you, and 1.n.h.Raid' date you -

S e r current and otherwise excellent Is offered to the people of with the Clerk of the Circuit Courtat
fundamental law of our State is something that should
not Why this should be so is easy to special issue devoted to schools) \ Florida now In an opportunity to you the are Court then hereby House at ordered Starke and, Fla.required -, WBNTER WINDS Howl

be treated gO lightly. understand. Children-even thosewe failed to touch on this< very real approve in the November 7 Gen- to serve a copy of your Answer .

For Instance, consider Amendment No.1, dealing with the establishment like to think of as normal 'and very pressing problem. 1 eral Election an amendment to to the Complaint for divorce,
aa may be filed In this cause by you 4
and jurisdiction: of Juvenile Courts. It Is hard to conceive children-present so many probe e. eWe I I the State Constitution paving the upon Ilarton T. Douglas, Plaintiffs { u> SAS

of a question that count face the voter which would be of more far- lems and sap the energies of offer classics for the Intro way for future legislation dealing Solicitor and Court In the whose above address entitled Is cause 103?

reaching significance than :this. those entrusted with their guld vert shop work for the extrovert with the juvenile court system. North Main Street. flnluc.vlllc. FlorIda n-

I The coat to society of juvenile delinquency Is tremendous. The ance to such an extent that whenwe home economics for the domesticand \ This amendment Is discussed In November., on or A.U.before 1950 the: and 27th day In the of {. fU

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confronted with an abnormal physical education for all- full !In another column on this event of failure to file an Appearance KEEP
number of crimes committed by youth ts far out of proportion to the are or an Answer as required hereIn Cw
I subnormal or borderline childWe but what can we offer to the child I\ page and we urge 'our readers to and In default thereof respectively OUT
total population. Records show that the commission of crimes Is '
TtiP
are prone to throw in the towel who, as a result of poor environ- |I study It carefully. a Decree Pro Confesso will COLD* Qua
habit forming after the first offense. Proper handling tends to reduce r r be entered auralnnt you for either
and call it quits. ment or some quirk of personalityor of such failure by you to file nrAppearance HOLDHEAT / UNDO
both the Incidence of crime among potential offenders habitual C r e mentality "Just doesn't fit?" With a better defined law perhaps andlor .dn.nlnA .", for I ]

truant, children with behavior disorders, etc., as well as the repetition S r e there would be some Incen. the relief ; the Com- 1M
In small counties such as ours plalnt.That ATERIAl
of offenses. Educators say that they're get live for everyone to quit running the nature of the suit afiled >

From the human standpoint, for the long run welfare of society there is virtually "no place" for ting around to that and admittedlyhave In circles, shouting "That's your Plaintiff If for Hetfks a divorce a divorce wherein from you the CHEAPER THAN Gui

and for economy of future penal administration It Is worth taking and no way of dealing with the a long way yet to go. But It Job," while the victimized child the Defendant MatrlmonH"Gladys ,E1. Shands. for Storm Doors

steps to redirect those who have breached the law and also those on "delinquent, dependent or neglected Isn't a job that schools can do a- follows an uncharted course: that "A That Vlneulo the above entitled cause wa ;

the road to unlawful behavior. child" as the law terms those lone. There must be'some. careful too often ends behind prison bars Instituted In the Klvhth Judicial Cir ; Storm Windows: 1 5u,
I cult In and for Bradford County In '
Of Florida's 67 counties, less than a dozen have juvenile courts. (,!lane.rat Starke, Florida and DISPENSER porch Enclosures i y'
support for children; permanent and other structures now on I that the title of the case In James
In the remaining counties, the county judges are authorized to act as porary
0.c alimony and permanent support aid land: I AT YOUR BETTER THAN GLASS -
juvenile court judges. As a result of limitations Imposed by the for two minor children; and the same being: Hold to satisfy said -r
attorney's fees and suit costs. The decree. DEALERWINDOW House
t Florida Constitution, the Legislature Is not able to grant to these juvenile Bradford County Telegraph. shall Special Master A. J. Thomas JrWm. for Poultry* Hog

courts jurisdiction over minors accused of violations of law, publish this Order. Inr the next four H. Jeter, 402 Gulf Life BuildInid Let Us ThoroughlyWash and Barn Windows (aa l
(f) weekly Issues.Witness Jacksonville, Florida
but only over those not charged with actual law-breaking such as my hand and official seal Solicitor: for Plaintiff 1016 5t 1113 Made Better-Last Longer I

persistent truants, and those associating with criminals or reputed e at 1950.Stark., Florida this- October 11'1 In Tlrpult c..o--;;: llrndford County, Your Clothes .mi w"

criminals. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1 Plnrlrial. < hanerry
NEW JAIL OR HOSPITAL.
Clerk ot Circuit Court Ethel Stone lChanee Plaintiff, va 9 Pound llFLEXOGu@GLASSON
1 Even In counties with juvenile courts at the present time youths Dear Editor: Py Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk Kenneth Wllllan LaChance, Defendant. -

accused of law-breaking tried In regular courts and H .O. Dates, Attorney for Plaintiff I Case No. 81121)rdrr '.. r-", I
are are consequently .
the Starke and Gainesville .Publication Aadotlre 'inS m.
Are of Florida
people 1013| 4t 1113: For 40c!
exposed to the same procedures and contacts as the adult crim' |i|>.'''. M'I"'I'.I OK ,.nllllt' TO |
Bradford County asleep or are we In Circuit four, llradford Count, Kenneth William LaCliance, whose
inal. Certainly such contacts and experiences are detrimental to the Plorlilni In Chnneery.Annit I rexldonce and. address Is: Saranac FREE Bleach If Desired!
just the most disinterested human Inn. New York I
development and education of the Impressionable Mlllfr Wasserman Plaintiff
child
or adolescent y.... Max. YVasnernian defendant. You are required to appear on
In the past, Florida Legislatures have understood the difficulties of the beings in the world? We want Case Nt>. 8019 November. 13th, 1950 In the above PPLASTIGIAJ
big businesses beg for new industries I named Court and cause, wherein.
Order of Publication
situation and have enacted legislation to give Juvenile/ courts more adequate end >ntle. To plaintiff seeks divorce and custody yliaa M1n'I'
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/ t'Ienr. HTATU OP
Army Camps and tourist 1..1111> TOl
jurisdiction and power to protect the lax wasseiman. of minor child Bradford County
offenders from whone
young residence/ We Will
trade and let Telegraph. shall publish this OrderIn iWYR-0-Cl
yet we a prime and adi Is Llnknuwnr (
unhealthful experiences and contacts. But such legislation has been o next four weekly Issues.Wltnesn 'i'
You
requisite or the aforementioned enterprises are required to >u
appear on
declared unconstitutional.To November 'lh, 10BO in the above my hand and official seal Dry Your Clothes
slip right through our named Court and l cause, wherein, at Htarke, Florida, this October 12th :;?.d c7TW"pR4AA'A aun'rwpOal7rinylA
make It possible to correct this situation the 1949 Legislature fingers. Why? Because of a few 111..llItlrf l "p.k. d'vorc' Braclforc. I960. l SCREEN'Gll
County 1'.I"lrra"h (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. JT. Thomas For 20cIn
shall publishsues
unanimously paused and the Governor approved a resolution to sub extra dollar a year in taxes or Is this Order 'III next four weekly Is- As Clerk of said Court.

mit a constitutional amendment to the people which would permit the It selfishness and Ignorance? Or By Hnven Crosby, Deputy Clerk New Automatic Driers! Satisfaction Cwaranlj
T. Frank I.amlrum, Starke. Florida
1931: and subsequent Legislatures to give juvenile courts rlglnaljurh.dlctlon" Is It more important to build a at Witness tal'ke, my Florida hnnd this and October official seal 4th. Atty. for Tit. 1017| 4t 113| .' You cn Identify a Cssulnf
of all criminal new home for our criminals than mo. wr:
or any ca"s" where minors are accused.
In Circuit ('oa... Bradford fount, Warp Brothers Window I N
to have a modern (OFFICIAL SEA) A. J. Thomas .
well-equipped, Florida In tltanccry.Ethel .
The be
would
Legislature. empowered to establish juvenile court As
Clerk "0' .al.1 Court Penal by the ''lame "Witi
hospital for our own families? BV Haven Maude Leeds, Plaintiff vs. onThe 4
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districts of more than one county where the population of the Individual It seems to me that a hospital I 1". Frank 'lindrum'"roahy.Starke Deputy Florida.Clerk, Charles E. Leeds Defendant Meant Edge 'and the Product Nsme print

county does not warrant a court for that alone. In Atty. for iog < Ca. No. 8091 Yiri
county | t 1027| J 'on the Edge of Every
is one of the most needed assetsto Order of Publication. And Notice To The Washeteria TOP QUALITY
this manner minors throughout the state rather than only those in any community. I am sure that MlTIJnrern! Appear. 11.1..1..1" FLORIDA TOlClmrlvM WINDOW MATERIALS i eoul.Nred ky WARP BROS.*
more populous areas, could be benefited by a court adapted to their T'T rN."t: t.: ry\'i.'t. Jo:. Leeds whose.. residenceand
many lives have been saved here [ : ni..ve filed .address Is: 84 South, South Car-q'
needs. In the past few years, especially nf my the Final Estate 1 n.turn.of Paul a. Administrator Dennett ollnn City. Avenue New, Jersey Apartment: 207, Atlantic \. em pie Ave. Starke TAKE THIS AD WITH YOU TO I YOUR I DEAI 1
de.
The handling of juvenile offenders requires special tact, ability emergency cases who could get coa.od IYov. 1.,, anl'ft.will.' "nib.L. 7th rtaV. of You are required, to appear on Oc. .

and training. Legal knowledge Is Important of course, but It Is not the proper treatment immediately, em: ter County; li.oi: : aJ'r.o h \ E.for K. Perf"nan -
Final
enough. Knowledge of and practice In rehabilitation techniques are Instead of having to travel to said 1I..harll'a.. "" said' Admlnlalratvr' of ,...":: "*'*r'*'' "

equally as Important as legal skill In the juvenile field. At the present Jacksonville or Gainesville.To utate.W.. B. Parks !
build a new hospital I agree -
I time In all but a few counties the county judge handles juvenile A. AdmlniKtrator of the lJ
would be expensive and Estate of Paul rvnnett
court cases. Since this Is a small phase of his over-all job he may be 1016 U Over ; with
would be a burden to the taxpayers. 10127 2,000,000 truck can't
most competent legally yet completely unfamiliar with the special But to reject a wonderful NO'run OK "-.'KOMI.: U1rrF:11'e: users ejMl'Og

techniques Involved.We opportunity like the one offeree? NOTICE: III hereby.11.1 Iflv. I '.i*****" ?
thlll
earnestly urge all Florida citizens who are Interested in the to us recently is downright ridiculous and by vlrl... of Ihat c..rlaln und.r J
'
final decree ",:1 .. ?
of forecusure ""' .
welfare of children to vote in favor.of this amendment, which will be The County and City should mft"Nepten and cal d..y Jt.
of bnrtAnl/o1a60 In2the
combine their efforts in this worthy l'lr. ,
No. 1 on the ballot In the November 7 election. Apparently there Is cult Court, In and for 1rlldt'r.1 Coon-
calling on the State If 131'.
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cause Florida in 'Chancery lit that CHEIIROt'EI /
little, If any opposition to Its passage but It is desirable to have as necessary. The taxpayers shouldat .rlala In suit therein pending" wh.r"

1 large a favorable vote as possible. The 1931: Legislature will then least be allowed to vote on it.Here's {corporallon vllllamn Oulf Life,.: 1.Insurance'plaintiff: Company an.i c,. .M a, <, ,7 f and

know that the people of Florida are united In demanding juvenile another thought.Vhat Jana: hl. ;' #r."and l.ella: Mary Mae Nell Willinnu%% I:j. \ ..s. ', ':
I kind of doctors will we have with fI..mn""k and n. J. Ilamnock \ I' .. ?
courts wherein procedure could be mod If (to fit the beat Interestsof out a hospital? Only the ones whc 1"Irftlor hUllhand; DeWitt C. Jones a. Admin.her : i L ....Ir- .i i 0' the
the minors involved, and of the State as well rather than being have made their homes here for llama, 8r.' deceased estate: of and n. 31.mildA WII

bound by Inflexible rules and procedures established for adult of- many years, and whose familiesare 81al.heirs.. d..vIM"or America.. frranla.; sod the. unknown -

here and will remain, and wedon't Ilennrp. "r.dltor.. Iru.t. anlcn..a.end other VALVEtINHEAD !
fenders. clalmantR
have many of that nature land herelnarler claiming. Int.rut.d In the

No doctor Is coming Into a small under :; tdO.b It'
(Editor's note: In subsequent Issues before November 7 the Telegraph wmium1 I ; Mr. deceaaed r pre : ....",,/. ... .M/ ......-.. .. /'>
town where there Is no hospital 'n :. dotendd : 4.l ... -"W.: '.>,,," .A'.. :.,... ; 7'h.. ;
will discuss the other four amendments t'o be voted upon at uadeP.Ign. ..tlba. SlecialIMst ter thepointed '""' .,. ..1it 4
( for nowadays most good doctor-I \ lazv ::4."f'' /y .
that time.) In ...u--r- f :""' '-,..
are also surgeons. Take a surgeon sale and will .....1at\ public .. / J:: .

away from his hospital, and you dcor.the hlgh..t for, rash and l heat bldel..r outcry or hide to .: .. > \,., f ..0.. 'Wi

may as well take away his right of .al. to-wit durinII' the legal. hours -.. .
: bplw..n "
I
Ill STORE Men'. Clothing Hand. .Ioo'k In the forenoon and eleven 0'. i.ry \ '
.t
two
11111 I D' IllJ1II1
clock In the ,#
ALYAillsIi afternoon
III Established 189 J Just one other thing--to the the nUlh front dour n' .the In lIr"otrol'front of d

County Commissioners I would C'o..nly I'ourl Ito,.. In the Clty'of

like to say this: It may be you Ntnrke Florid.;. "n acid 1G1nd.y. Hrndford the 0th County day I oft

who didn't quite make It" to an leant Nuvenber.. 1950, the same being a
1 out-of-town hoitpltal.-.But never mortiraael: cal. promises dny of Bald Courtt t.ahl

YOUR M>fi V- REQUIREMENTS: I mind, we'll always. remember, that final place. .dorree. to-wit depcrih.q: That rerteln In.
parcel or tract 0'
I you built UII a nice, new modern altuate. Iyingnnd h.lnlt In the "nlln.I"nd

It Pays To Trade I With Slade / comfortable jail.A do tv or known Bradford and and deaerlbed l State of Florl
citizen and booster ltouthw.pt a.1
taxpaying quarter I tV'' of
i of Starke& Bradford the Nurlh..t Quarter
PROPANE GAS: County.In Section. NE
V ..n'o," n.
....... IRA noNorthwest -*
GAS Appliance.c. Circuit t. Bradford fcuintr, Tw..ntvtwo (13) ";".,: and l the
1 Kl..rl. acres of the
Olivia llubbard Wicks, Mouth
11101' (1. ) or
the
.... Theodore Roosevelt ..".t quarter "nlllh.
SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc. I Plalntlf'b. Case No. 110.Order Quarter Sl:4): (NW\,) the of
.
f'Ntellrntlnl Sodntkc. T
of Section' Twenty.four '
i \pprnr. ,T eH 11F VKtHllll TOlThendare chip Five 1 ((5) ut'h 0., Town,
E. Call St. Starke. Fla. I Roosevelt Wicks, whose l'uat' Fourteen ..:....:ll.n.th..
residence I. Unknown: said (CI4) acr.. of
You are required to appear onNovember L.vS"'b "." (Sty. ) of the ,
'
Uth, 1950, In the "above ... Quarter ,8E>4V of .Rii ., .
-yMvwwwri-nrY Mw: al. +
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named Court and cause, wherein the orthwut- Quarter INW ) v
plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration or ..|5 Section
Twenty-four
TRANSFER of maiden name. Hraford \lH. Town.hlp Flv. (S> South
B. ALVAREZ & SON COD County Teleirrsnh shall publish\ thi.Order Slang. Twenty-twn UU J.t
STORAGE In next four weekly Issues. being' .also' .scribed a. the .
Witness hand. and official seal Joh.t
I my Nine Hundred 'Twenty.. Registration
I at Starke. Florida. this October Uth, four (82 H feet of the SOUl Show Mere Than 2,000,000 Chevrolet

;"w-- ... ...,' !" :; .... ; "'ve operate local late(OFFICIAL SEAL: A. J. Thomas. ?Six vwlh Hundred. Northwest Sixty,: (,,Quarter1J.VW1 ?) fut', Trucks Now on .the Road More Than Any Other Make

5=::s f ,'.J la :-' '.. .... & long distance I A. Clerk of said Court. : ,) of Section Twenty. '
I' Off "' By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk (If) Township Five CM Today over 2,000,000 truck operators are
I- :: $ 'anywhere In V. S.EXCELLENT lOin 4t 113In | Mouth RIO".. Twenty-two (22) i"/

-- c MOVING! A ). '" .- T.. rlrenK. ('...... O< VUMa.Fl To K ;1.;'ther with all build I...u getting the benefits of the world's most deJ11(1l1 I(( ti'

-.. ..-- .hth Jndlefsjl Clrralt. I. sm4 Far ,iu: A ; popular engine In the world's most r I/
popular
Rradforil C..ntr. In ('I....... Value
fi norothr '......1.. Tnwnnend pnuntlff.T I QUICK RELIEF buck For the last 111 '
r 8TOR.GEFCILtTIES ... Lloyd Townsend Jr., Defendant. Iron eight consecutive truck fits! SaleS

ORDER ov Ptrni.ir.Tinv fMvnrce 1 production years, Chevrolet truck have led ($t'1'

In Th* !Nas e 01 T.e S are far ahead
n TotL.loyd .ooth mill .Met end rub )
aisper
Agents YouDelcher .<.nce and Town..nd.address Jr.Is, whose s Rout.resU 1.Pox promptly.WHO LTCO-BO-KOU.MedKaUd.Ooes this year. Come In-let us give you the fads.
M erk ful. Acing uw .ka tea.
110. Lufkin T.aas.You ...,. -...... UMd .> donors M yeses

LffLiI.w; See u* first! November.are hereby 1.. required I960 In the to appearon above Fine et eTusslxa fee all With njnor' nene skin*.!:ek&f usrsnue.LYCOBOROL, 0014. TORODE :
named Court and cause, wherein CHEVROLET CO.
Bros. .: I'lalntlff seek .a divorce and ..u.-
I Poly of the two minor .children
Lloyd Towneeml. III and Larry I I PHONE 111
Townsend; temporary alimony) Urn. STARKE COURT S1REIOCT
I FLA. CALL &

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1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA s
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Protect Bradford County9s Future


Her Forests, "'
.. By Protecting

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.,'f The destructive damage done to Florida's ,,;

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: woodlands bv their chief enemy--wildfire--is \


.i Mr 1 y nF' 4'4'r'> shown in the striking aerjal view at left. The two ':!*\

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areas surrounded bv plowed f firelines are test % :e"'

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Y plots to show the contrast between burned

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11+6.. .. tIM '
and unburned woodlands.


Protected. Burned. DIr The plot on the left has been unburned since k


1940 and has a fine stand of pine trees with hundreds -


.. UESTIONS AND ANSWERS CONCERNINGTHE '. of young seedlings!! too small for the cam-
PROPOSED COUNTY FIRE CONTROL UNITTo

better answer some of the county commissioners in the coun- In the county would be protectedfrom era to see, growing among the older trees. a
,uestionn which have been asked ty have passed a resolution that fire Landowners( both large
I '
regarding the proposed county fire I they would accept the petition If and small would benefit equally.
ontrol unit, and In order that, properly signed and submitted tr How would such a fire control Only four pines are left on the plot which \,. ,
I ere will be no misrepresentation them, and further went on recordas unit benefit someone who owns
f facts the following: questions I approving such a program for very little land or no land at all? 4: :
nd answers are offered and should I''I this county. -The Increased tree growth due has been burned every vear. These are stunted ,? -i z
*> of Interest to.everyone In the to the control of wood fires would .
'
Is this a tax on forest productsNo '
mnty. the"county's share of the cost I' bring the additional landowner income but also not to onlyto the : and seedlings have survived the burn- ,: :, ,;
no
I General
What. In a county fire .1 will be paid, out of the people not owning land through young 4
Revenue or by a special fire control -
tnlf A county fire control unit additional employment In harvesting
>i organization jointly financed by I levy on all non-exempt prop.I and processing the timber. It
ings.
. he County and State for the pre- erty.What would bring additional income to .
." mtlon arid Riippremlon of wood I t Is the county's share of the county and this additional ,
">'. This organization consists I the costs-The county's share wealth woufd enable the county to
;,f sufficient personnel, flee: towers ,shall not exceed annually an amount have better roads, schools, stores, Although the protected area shown in the illustration ::
lephone linen, radio equipment equal to the number of for- churches, markets, and a higher
iicki, tractors and plows and ested acres in the county times3c. of
standard living
tier equipment to give adequate However, in no case can it exceed Would the State or County con- is small, it is an example of what will w
t protection to the lands of the a 2-mlll levy on the assessed trol the forest lands of the countyNo ? -
ounty from fires. valuation of non-exempt property the tire control unit Is for ,
c Does signing the petition obll- Are Homesteads exempt from afire the protection of the woodlands happen in Bradford County if all of the county'swoodlands ;, i
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fate the landowner to any forestry control tax?--Yes they are from fire and would not obligatethe
t practices?-No, the petition Is a exempt unless the assessed valuation landowner to practice good
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-quirement of the State law re- of the property exceeds $5- forestry or plant trees.Is > are protected from fire. More trees'i i,
homesteads of fire control unit
000. In most cases a county-wide .
irding the establishment; of a
160 acres or less are exempt from worth what it costs, ?-Yes, it Is "
ounty fire control unit. The petlon -
taxation. If the landowner is worth to the people of the county and f faster-growing J
mean only that the signing any trees
,tndow tiers respectfully request not paying taxes at present, then many, many times what it costs. per acre more l mean
'V no fire control tax would be leviedon The pine tree Is one of Florida'sgreatest
Board of Commlsslon-
'"to place the County matter of a coun- his property. resources and if we do our and iobs for the citizens of '
and protect it from fire. It more money more
i'Are control unit on the ballot in Whose lands would be protected -I part
Ine 1950 General Election. The ?-All lands wanting protection will help us to know a better life. ll

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r-- -- t Woman's Club I Warren-Browning Recently Wed Family Reunion

I.,: Miss Hazel Fields Weds Herbert A. Green Enjoyed
Has .Citizenship'As Mrs Ruth Parker of Fairbanks Here

In Lovely Ceremony Sunday Afternoon Program Topic announces the engagement and approaching Mrs Pear
of her daughter "
Italian cutwork linen ban- marriage tamed, inopt
with
:Miss Hazel Irene Fields daughter an to Odls Hn
Warren,
of Mrs John H. Fields and the quet cloth and centered with a Rev T G. Mitchell pastor of Mrs. Minnie of Mrs. honoring u

Fields, became the bride beautiful three-tiered cake. The the First Methodist Church, was Edward Browning son lyn J Mi'" '

of late Herbert Mr Adam Green, Bon of cake was decorated with white guest speaker at the October meet- Mildred Glisson. of Starke. The. .l, :" '; ii'.. ., ing heiThis ixi/ < '

lilies witha of the Woman's Club held here marriage will be an event of Sunday u
Mr and Mm Adam T. Green on roses and valley topped Ing
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of the bride's bouquet of Wednesday afternoon of last week. morning Oct. 22 at 11 o'clock 'II"'
Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock In replica The I held at n), .
rested in Introduced Mrs. J. M the home of Mrs. Glisson. *"
candlelight ceremony at the real flowers. The cake He was by South W ?p. ., |
Presbyterian church. Rev. C. 1<:. ruffles of bride's Illusion decoratedat Hembree chairman of the clubs Rev. Lee will officiate at the cere Dlnnei

.. Imbrle of Penney Farms performed Intervals with greenery pink Citizenship Committee. I mony. I linen '
relatives of the :o ,
At All friends and ?
: the doublc-rinjf ceremony. tube roses and white pompoms. During the business meeting "" center "
arrll
The church was decorated with each end of the table were five- presided over by the president, couple are Inlvlted to attend the (L and fern ,. "

I tall baskets of white chrysanthemums branched candelabra holding burning Mrs. W. R. Morse, it was voted to wedding and also the luncheon I .... .'tot t birthday ""

gladioli and pompom aIt'ftlnst white tapers with epergnettes permit the First Methodist Church which will be held at the home immediately Mrs; McGtnbossed 'K ,.? Ore.

a background of palms. Ailed with small white pompoms I to the use thft club building for following. The couple. WIt ,, ? !
Interspersed with pink tube roses. services the con- will reside In Starke. .d K link
religious during .
Lighted cathedral tapers in seven- green lea v", ,
cast soft All appointments on the table were struC'flon of the new church. :i'I.
branched candelabra a I I Helping Mr.

glow over the setting. The designated of silver. Plans were made to petition the,' Week Of PrayerTo the occasiot reri\lrG.htt,

family pews were marked Presiding at the coffee servicesat [ County Commissioners for space Mr. and Mrs nEr
ObservedBy iamei
off with white satin ribbons heldIn each end of the table were Mrs.J. In the present county jail to be Be daughter L McC;

M. Mitchell, Mrs. A Z. Adklnn for the when Methodist WSCSThe I Robert "Tar
place by tiny bouquets of pom used library project Cpl. and Mrs. L. Beamare and Mrs AI') .t
Mrs. W. E.: Middleton and Mrs. A. this building Is vacated upon completion J. B. MfGfhtt
ot :NV
' .. above ,
poms. I pictured following their 8m
afutembled Mrs. E C. Durden. In charge of the dining on the new jail. It was members of the Woman's and Mrs W1 rna B.
As the guests : room were Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs.J. pointed out that the library is a Society of Christian Service of marriage which took place on October dren. \I"'htt,;
M. Davis organist, played a program Euge ,
,
of nuptial music. Just be- R. Kite and Mrss, W. B. Mundy, county-wide facility: and at the the First Methodist Church In 7, in Kingston Ga. They are A Augustint i, tiEr.,

Donald Page Jr. Inviting the guests to sign thebrlde's present time more people outsideof Starke will join with Methodist now making their home In Savannah of Tampa 8 1ICC!

fore the"Give ceremony Me Your Hand" and "I book which was In chargeof Starke are making use of the I women around the world In the Ga., where Cpl. Beam Is stationed -
,
sang traditional Mrs. Wayne Sargent were Mrs. library than those who reside withIn I annual observanco of "Week of at the Air Force Base.
Love You Truly. The Herbert Rltch, and Mrs. M. F. fUL the city. Prayer and Self-Denial" October YoungV'oman's/ |
used the
wedding marches and were recesHlonal.as Brown. Mrs. I... A. Davis and : Mrs. Edward Burns a memberof 24-31. Plans for the observance tally significant as It Is also Circle Meeting

processional Mrs. J. W. Kincatd directed the the county Children's Committee were announced at the business United Nations Day.

Robert Green, brother of the guests to the table. Mrs. R. A. urged members to vote for and meeting on Monday by Mrs. W. G. Wednesday evening October 25, The Young/ \\ 1IB,

bridegroom, served as best man Green cut the wedding cake and Halle. Spiritual Life Secretary of the WSCS will have charge of the the Preabvt.. 81 '
support the proposed Constitutional ureh
and the ushers were Robert E. :Mrs actively the WSCS. regular mid-week prayer service the home
was assisted in serving by Amendment setting I ')' \ID p.,
Tanner. Jr., cousin of the bride Fred Selley, Mrs. Robert Lappe, I special juvenile courts In the up Tuesday, October 24, will be at 7:30: P.M. On Monday evening Thursday evening: ,Il8t

and Sgt. Rutherford. Reese of Miss Frances Colley, Mrs. Bertha _State of Florida to deal with delinquent observed' as the first day of the October 30 the Wesleyan Service 7:30: o'clock "ti he .

Montgomery, Ala. Pearce, Mrs. Titus Olson and children Week of Prayer with a special .Guild will hold Its Week of Prayer I Miss Luclle :Mitcnel. pr,,

The bride, who was given In Miss Evelyn Stump. 1flLMR. service in the Methodist Church observance at 7:30: P.M.A The devotional

marriage by her brother, Charles with I Mrs. R. A. Green and Mrs. J. R. led by Mrs. T. G. Mitchell beginning cordial invitation is extended I was given b> Mrs ltd
time
After spending some AND MKS. HERBERT GREEN: are pictured above followingtheir; named co-chairmen ofa I auy
H. Fields of Hampton Va.. wore a left Kite were at 930! A.MThe service will by Mrs. Titus Olson, President of j with Miss Evelyr sturl
their guests the bridal couple Church last Sunday alternoon. -Photo with the
marriage In the Presbyterian; committee to cooperate
gown of white satin ,prlncesa in close with a Communion Serviceat the WSCS for eveyone to attend i Selley, Mrs James Bunch
style. with a train adorned with a on Southeast a ten day Florida.wedding The trip bride by Stevens Photo Service. i: PTA sewing project. 11:60.: Thlsh day will be espec- these special services. I.AnOrwvs participating ?

lace bolero jacket and lace mitts. .1 I The Citizenship Committee< I
suit complimented
traveled in a rose pink '
Her headpiece was a crown of urged "100 percent honor roll" on
with black accessories. She Methodist WSCS Miss Gloria Norman
beaded hearts from which fell a voting In the general election of
finger tip veil of bridal illusion. wore a purple throated orchid on Has All-Day Meeting Weds Mr. CrawfordIn November 7. It was pointed out *
her shoulder. Upon their returnto 'f'"*'I'M
She carried a Victorian bouquet of 'Home that failure to vote often resultsIn O6PEND ON A&P FOB tQf QUALITY REAt.t'V
will make their Ceremony
Starke they The WSCS of the Stark. Metho
white tube roses centered with a a rule by minority rather than
purple orchid showered with white home with the bride's ,mother. dist Church held an all-day meetIng a. rule by majority In many sections -

satin,, streamers.Mrs. Out-of-town wedding guests Monday In the education buildIng I .' .;,....!.oi;'"" I of the country. Fruits I I &: Vegetables
were: Mrs. T. G. Carter of Provi- the course
combining study
Robert E. Tanner, cousin of : t, During the social hour several
dence Mr and Mrs. George R. and the regular monthly business \
of musicalnumbE'r.- were presented
matron ,
the bride serving as ,
PKICES
XTREFRESHIN
Powell' and Mrs. P. O. Carpenterof meeting. FRESH NEW ARRIVALS DAILY
of
honor was gowned In peacock blue I by a choral group composed
taffeta with peacock blue lace jacket Newton, N. C., Mrs. J. D. Mrs. H. C. Rltch conducted the ., Misses Patsy Benton, Joan S Li-

and mitts. She carried a Victorian Lylen, Miss Martha Lyles, Miss study course, using as her book for ;,,' "" I cox, Helen Halnes, Joan Tenly and

bouquet of bronze chrysan- Sophie Relnoehl Miss Helen Rein- review, "The Near East Panorama"by ... Aliese Lawson. They were accompanied -< Oranges, 288's, 5 Ib. meshCgApp1esIpkg.4 bag
M.
oehl and Mr. and Mrs. W
themums with matching flowersIn Gloria Wysner. This very interesting j at the piano by Mrs. L.
Haight of Jacksonville, Mr. and read book
and ,
her hair. The bridesmaid were widely A. Canova.

Mrs. Don Page and Evelyn New- Mrs. .fohn Lyles and Miss Mary was reviewed by Mrs. Ritch. .assisted !I The Hallowe'en motif was carried York 4]
Cunningham of Gainesville, MI'land ) Mrs.I
Mrs. H. H. Adams.
by
some. Their gowns were Identicalto out in decorations and in the
that of the matron of honor, Mrs. Robert Howell of Perry, H. M. Rlcharde, Mrs. James Hobbs I refreshments served by the hostesses (
Mrs. Grace Pearce and son, Ver- Mrs. C. E. Johns. Mrs. J. M. Hem i- i' Cauliflower Snow White
head
with Mrs. Pa e'* gown being of : Mrs. Gladys Harringtoni .
non, of Plant City, Mm. Ruth John- bree Mrs. J. H. Hitch Mrs. W. Q. t .
yellow with lavender chrysanthemums i i : Herbert Deal, :Miss Dorothy
of Park, Sgt. and Mrs. ) L,
son Orange
and Miss Newsome's gown Hallo Mrs E. L. Matthews. and Ross,.Mrs. R. A. Green Mrs. C. F.

being deep rose with yellow chrys- I Rutherford W Reese of Montgomery Rev. T. Q. Mitchell. Ward. Mrs. D .1... Silcox Mrs. R. String Green Beans 2 lb. .
1 Ala., Mrs. Robert Tanner, Sr.,
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anthemums.Mrs. Mrs. filch made the course Interesting P. Stubbins and Mrs. C. K.
and Mrs. C. F. Brown of Baldwin,
chose for her daugh- and enlightening by the Hayes.
Fields "V3
LETTUC head .
Mrs. Wlllard Pass of Tallahassee Iceberg, .
ter's wedding a gpwn of beaded use ef a colorful map. The reviewer ..
and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Page Sr..
pantomlne crepe and wore a cor- and Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Page of gave a short "history .of each \Vedding Party

sage of yellow roses. The bride- country of the Near East. Sweet Potatoes 4 lb. 2
Jacksonville. : Guests At Dinner -
groom's mother, Mrs. Green was I Preceding the study course ,

attired In a navy crepe gown witha Mrs. T. O. Mitchell gave aft Inspirational j

draped effect and wore a shoulder BHS Junior: Class devotional, Mr. Mitchell Mrs. Robert Green hostesses and Mrs.tc Idaho Baking Potatoes lb. . .

corsage of pink sweetheart roses. Plans For closed the meeting with prayer.At Photo Donald Page were
Party by Hollywood
members of the Green-Fields wedding

Immediately a reception following was held the at ceremony St.-. future 'Miss Bradford'A enjoyed 12:30 a: delightful o'clock the covered members dish The marriage of Miss Gloria party, and their out-of-town 1'y Grapefruit Good Juicy 4 for 2]

Mark's Parish House. Mrs. Edward luncheon. Ethel Norman, daughter of Mr.' guests at a dinner party, follow. ,
party will be given by the ing rehearsal Saturday eveningat
Mrs H. L. Norman of Starke, -
Burns and Mrs. O. L. Beasley received and
Mrs. Titus Olson, president of Red Delicious Apples 2 lb. .
the guests at the door and BItS Junior Class, Saturday evenIng and Lonnle Crawford, Jr., son of Keystone: Inn. ,

in the receiving line were Mrs. Oct. 21, at the USO buildingat the society, presided over the business Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Crawford,, The color motif that .was used

Fields Mrs. Green the bride and 8 o'clock honoring the future meeting In the afternoon. Sr., also of Starke, was solemnized in decorating the banquet table c4 .,

bridegroom. the matron of, honor Miss Bradford ( T) of 1931. Mrs. A,'Wood had charge of the Sunday afternoon. October 8, at was the same as that used by the 9 JANE PARKER jf ,

and the bridesmaids. The receiving The candidates are: Miss Clara program and presented Mrs. J. D. the home of the brides parents., three bridesmaids dresses, yellowrose

line stood In front of the Thomas senior, Miss Ann Carter, Cottrell Mrs. Lorenzo Green. Mrs. The ceremony was performed by and aqua. Burning aqua tapers FRUIT CAKE .

mantle which was banked with junior, Miss Joan Stephenson, O. L. Farbcr. Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Rev. Barney Andrews of Brooker., at each end of the table :e' '. .

magnolia boughs, with a central sophomore and Miss Jimmie Mon- Miss Amy Coburn and Miss Kate Miss Ada Edwards. pianist, rendered flanked the centerpiece of yellow .

fan-shaped arrangement of white crief, freshman. Placed at the I Struth, who portrayed the characters a program of nuptial music, chrysanthemums and rose gladioli. 11/2 lb. 1.35

gladioli and pompoms, flanked on door ,will be boxes for each candidate in a playlet of the"Near and the traditional wedding Enjoying the occasion with their

either side by burning white ta in which admission of lOc East "Chant to the Living. marches were used. hostesses were Mrs. J. H. Fields Pantry FaforWe

pers. Floor baskets were'placed will be placed in the box of your Following the program, Mrs. L Baskets of white gladioli againstan Mr. and Mrs. Adam Green, Sgt.

at each end of the receiving line choice. A. Davis and Mr. Mitchell talkedon arch adorned with green fern and Mrs. R. W. Reese of Montgomery JINK: PARKRRSUGARED doz. DEXO 3 Ib. .

holding tall white gladioli greenery Refreshments will be sold at the "Building the New Church." and yellow button chrysanthemums Ala. Mr and Mrs. Ceo. R DONUTS 20cJANE ,

and pompoms. Similar floral Coke bar. Everyone is welcome.Mr. Plans were made for a bazaar formed the background for the Powell of Newton N. C., and Mr. WHITE hOUSE TALL CANS
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Arrangements were placed at van- and turkey dinner to be held In the ceremony.. and Mr>(. Robert E. Tanner of P.UtKKK
for |
tage points throughout the reception and Mrs. D. O. Pridgen of education building from 2 to 5 P. Miss Norman had as her maid Baldwin, Charles H. Fields ofHampt. MILK . 2
JELLY ROLL . 33c
Jacksonville were Saturday guests be -
room. M. on December 8. Supper will of honor Miss Elizabeth Crawford >n, Va., Miss Evelyn New.

The bride's table was overlaid of Mr. and Mrs. K. Leslie Biggs.CLASSIFIED served from 5 until 8 o'clock. sister of the groom. Miss some Robert Green and Donald I ANN PAGETomato

( Prices will be $1 per plate and SOc Crawford wore a blue suit with Page. KIRKS CASTILE SOAP 8c Ketchup '

-- for a child's plate. black accessories Her shoulder \

I : ] The proceeds from the bazaar corsage was of yellow carnations. Business Circle i Camay Soap, Reg. Bar 2 for 17e.NN PAGE (CKKA.MY: IOOTH

._ .. and supper will go toward the Donnie Hugh Crawford, brother Of WMS Peanut Butter, 12 ox
building fund. Baptist Lava
Soap Reg. Bar 2 for 19c
I of the bridegroom served as best -
.
11.01" \I.KS sEnVWr.-.I'" PECANS WANTED Mrs. I. P. Shepherd closed the
..frl..*..v* I'honaVI III". 321 Temple. Avenuelln with man. The'; Business Women's Circle of ANN PAGE
\ .klrr Klrclrla .,rvlc... .f : fitinnlltr. I.... Inrir* ..r HmalIIK.IIK I meeting prayer. The bride, given In marriage by .1. the First Baptist Church met Mon DREFT, PKG., . - 28c oz. can
1 Spaghetti 15J'
; r M \ItI(WI' I-UHK! ,
day night. Oct. 9, In the educational .
A'I' A I.'. 'I'IMI.etee her father, wore a white suit, with

All HUOS MafcM -IIKPAIUVUM All 1'.......-... 17. Uofore HvlllnaKOIl ,- Mrs. Hough HostessTo navy accessories Her corsage wasa building. Mrs. Kate Sheppard 1 DUZ POWDER PKG., 28c ANN PAm:
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.. .. ..n. circle
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R.fl Mabl0 rarE' TEL ClassThe purple orchid. chairman opened the
1'11'''. .'. pIIPlIIII' JIKNT NOV. I-Nlc. I bedroom. BEANS '
Court A. MadUon. !Stark! *. rk. ISO> It.."..., Attractively fnrnlMhed Allmodern Mrs. Norman mother of the meeting with an Inspiring talk on OXYDOL, PACKAGE . 28c PORK &
convenience*, on Klnicaley TEL Sunday School Class missionary work and a welcome tc
.. bride teal blue suit and
Lake next dopr to Tornde '>oU". wore a a
HCIIIN': I... 1'111 IIAD109, Hoe. Mr. .' Jon,.. at the huuae. Mm.lllkUbellu of the First Baptist Church met corsage of pink carnations.Mrs. all of the members and visitors SPIC & SPAN, LB. PKG., ,. 24cJOYLIQUIDSUDS SULTANA KED KEAXS:
Hence. 3t 1113 at the home of Mrs. Alma Houghat .
Mrs.
n"KIO-PIIONOimAPII present. J. O. Gay gave the .
tinaraiilrMllCIIAKL.EH Crawford, mother of the BOTTLE In Chili Gravy
rtlll.KM. 3 o'clock Friday afternoon, Oct. devotional.Mrs. 6 ox. _
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'' C. tmtOl'UKUD! ROSES-viinranteeil to live and bridegroom wore a wine crepe
Court & Madlaon SI*., titarke bloom. AAI13 Winner) from th..outh' 13. 28c SHEET CWETITBKtA13AR (1,11.
A. E. !
larKeHt yrowera of patented dress and a corsage of yellow car Futch program IONA GOL1>EX
I roaen. Writ. now for full Mrs. Hough;\ led the devotlona'and chairman, brought the
.. modal. typewriter. new nations. message on 303 canS
SALDiRoynl']: de k free. 12c CreamStyle
FOR color rntnloir TT-TI5X the president l of the class ,
IS Inch carrlua-e. A-I con Nl'IlSreRIES, 1XX 632. TYLER Immediately. following the wedding the topic "Behind the Iron Cur- ,
dition. 165 ca,.h. Term Se Telegraph &- TKXAHVB ; : Mrs. R. A. Thomas, presided over the bride's parents entertained tain."
try It at Bradford County which
dh the business reeetlng was
\ tU'Y PECANS every dar tnmrket with a reception. The brtde'i It was announced that the regular [l !
opened with by Mrs. W, J .
price No hits too .large, prayer -
Men or women for tlm- table, overlaid In lace was centered meetings of the circle will be
WANTET Uood none to nmnll We have plentyof Epperson. It was voted to give
onatratlon work. Permunent. 191.Mi FKHTIL.1ZRR with borax. forIIIU1Id. with a three-tiered wedding cake held the second Monday night In VVHEN vo a
nttcpflniiry, Writ. $15 to the building fund. Mrs. Carl
Car and full line of
1'gxI
pnv. a
:>nllc..llo.I Fin. 10SOCALVEII Inject Icicle.. We have garden Mathews closed the meeting with and. crystal punch bowls. Serving each month at 1:30,: o'clock. '

ron 8AI.R']: n..rn..y. .AJaraey need. of all kind; peett. oat., rye, were Miss Margaret Hall Miss I I Hostesses for the evening were \ 'Super-Right" Meats
sweet and bitter lupine etc. H prayer.
milk (ttork. Knrl Rt.tmttort ion' !.. tlrowntee.. 4lp 1027INDrrA [ During the social, hour klde'FIaloween Mary Louise Libby Mrs. D. B.Aly Mrs. Gene Long. Mrs. S. L. Peek
I ml south of Stnrk. on tt and Mrs. Michael Gilhooly. I I Jr., and Mrs. E. F. Miles.
ONSUISF1 FORMOSA A. games and. songs were H"SUPERRIGhT"
ZA L : Ht. Small plnnta branched Mrs. Euaton Norman kept the There were 28 members present.
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members
t-rm the 12
cabin enjoyed by
:FOR. RENT: Furnished in.Pinshur"t A well-rooted. ft to 7 Inche, 100 prej- bride's book. '
Close
hot water, for 17.00. IS plant for 13.00. Ito Oven fyady \
ercou 1Ce'stone The WMU of the First Baptist (
TourlKt l1Rtl.IItp 10 Inch plante ft TI a dnienfnmelllaJnponlcne ent.The refreshment table carrleJ Mr, and Mrs. Crawford are now
Phone Church met in the
Highway. education build-
If cent to residing In apartment at the .
10120| U cent ench. T"F.LVF.OJo1RF. AZAt.KA out: the color scheme with pumpkins Ing Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock .. lb.----75c
home of Mrs. S. It. Johns. Sr. Leg-O-Lamb
GARDENS A NUBSIcRYInnI.tnn
II ft.ft. 194.mod..l. and decorations. The .
trailer.
FOR BALKIMatt. condition hatravelled Fin' tf paper with 38 members present.%, ,
excellent hostess was assisted In serving by .
little.. Mtmt incrlfloe.Inrluilea : FOR REVT-: Fornlchedroom Mrs. W J. Epperson gave the
new d..k.Healy inattreim.n.w platform.. hn"*... AT.9O it-rm. apartment. A. her grandchildren, Leila and Rummage Sale opening! prayer. The program was ARMOCRS STAR LB. PKO. "SUPER-RIGHT Beef

rocker. fullHlxed ptoola, blln,", two 8-rm. apartment- furnlnhefl Butch Noegel In Hallowe'en cos- Planned BSPBeta In charge: of the Ida
snack bar & Clone to P O., By Darby Circle FRANKS . 53c
oofiktttll, chair-No scratches. a.ny for .churche. Anna P Jam*.*, .t'1i:1F..tat. umes. and 'the topic, "Throw Out the CHUCK ROAST
where. nutane van. Uxcrllvnt llroker Slog, 111 Key-. Sigma Phi President Edith "LA. GRADR A D.dD. (( '
Mariiuette Lifeline.
mall famllv.I tnno ITelirhl. Fin lIp was developed by Mrs.
oto\Otou.: ____!
Florida Plhehurat. fettarke Up FOR SAI.F' tO-acre good farm land Gwendolyn Wynn I Biggs announces sale to be plans held for a rummage Lewis Haines and Mrs. A. J. FRYERS, I Ib 53<: Pound Qir'

under. fence A cultivation. Old Saturday Thomas followed with prayer by 'Jilt'Breakfa8tBacon
ROOM WANTED: Gentleman C.etr. .- hou.,.. 1H ml. NW of t..w..y.IKIlO. Honoree At Party Oct. 21, on the lot across from Mrs. J .E. Futch. ALL GOOD! 9L1CKD ib.55c.
... room and bath or nl"om M. J. Hutaon 1310 NW Slob ..
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adjacent. to bath with mull rnml.Iv. HI Miami. 9tp 10127 Gwendolyn Wynn was the honor reen s Grocery on North Walnut The president Mrs. S. E. . FRESH GROUND BEEF, lb. .
Furnlnh detail and FOR 8ALK 1T... pest at outdoor party Saturday Sparks, gave an Interesting talk QUICK FKOZEN" '
< : "rn $5 1100 per acre an Ib.33c.
monthly rate. A-l references furnlnhtd. box- Clone to 8tarke. Inquire A. H. afternoon. Oct. 7. In celebration clothing will be on sale. Members on her trip to Rldgecrest and later FULLY PICNICS, lb.
Prop card or letter tto1 10127 laemann, 833 IDIh Ht N, St.' are requested to bring their presided over the business Red Perch Fillets COOKED
meeting.The
411A Htarke Peter.buraFla.. 4lp MHO of her sixth birthday anniversary __
bundles to the meeting next Monday Ida .
Circle : 'fWZE1\i'--
Darby having QUICK .
at the home of her parents, the HhPan lb. .
WANTED PORK
SPARE-RIBS.
PECANS RAWI. :'On I>EALERWANTED night.* moat members
821 Temple. Avenue. for Bradford County to cell. 200Itema Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Wynn. present Mrs. Wesley Ready Whiting 17
eSUPERnIGHT"
Iftracenv amallIIMIIIMT of Ttawlelsh HoueehoM Andrews remained In custodyof
tan little friends
fwniHlf of her
5A
.. Twenty-flvo
M HKKT i'nicit;: Product Trade well tabllKhed.fteadv the attendance
AT AI... TIHF.S repeat. billnea Kxccllentopnortnnltv. : were present to enjoy the occasion Beta Sigma Phi pin. "
-8*.. 1T0 11..fnre H..lllnaWANTEH ->- See flawlela-h' Vholenale I with her and she received many To Meet It was announced that the pastor 7 Rib End Cut
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U aler 1141 8. Kdcewood MondayThe
book
will
conduct
About Ave. Jackennvllle. tf nice gifts. Outdoor games were a review in
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1IIfit'1\I"lir.r't. PORK ROAST
tb education room
8 Tuesday morn-
pnetn.
fence Gamma
refreshments Theta of
Jinx 54n, about 3 mllf nnrthof FOR SAI.E-ftybrld' Amarvll, Mead. enjoyed and were Chapter
S. Rtarko on Hla-hwav. 801. tip train, wide ranee. of colors.Blooming served late In the afternoon. Balloons Beta Sigma Phi will hold its bimonthly Ing. Oct. 24. at 10 o'clock. Tftls
nlxA. bulb 25o. AIorotted will be followed by a covered dish
were given as favors. meeting Monday even- Pound
BALK' flood letter pup from ,1..nl., Tlvblicua n. F.Younir 45c ,
FOR rieat huntlnaatraln.I 110 each. I rhrlntlan$ Ht. lIpTon Assisting.... Wynn In caring Ing. October 23, at 8 o'clock\ in the luncheon at noon. Every member wStfljBli3/JiJ/b//tMM'M! '''''N' I"' '

Vra. H. V. KnlRht. Btarke. Fli>. lip 8'I.F.: s.piece wicker. ...t with for the guests were Mrs. J. C. home of Merle Gardner and Jacqueline I. urged to be present. CENTER CUT STREET
CALL
MOVINn! A TIATLINn of any kind I[ upholstered.. cuehlnna (couch & 3 Wynn, Miss Barbara Prevatt and Moorer. All members are The meeting was closed with Pork Chops lb. 65c 300 EAST
flee Billy Jacknon. Jackson Trane'fri ch"lr.), *roo .; Co., Ph. 165 or 49-W It( i 114 F.. 8th Ft. Ph. 31, Ptarke.. dhit Miss. Vivian Bradley. f asked to attend. .


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Bruce Overcash of Daytona i| Mr. and Mrs Lee Mann of Los I Mrs. H H Adams and Mrs. Guy .-- _.._._._ ___.-_=.____.__._ _.-.___:. __.__.__._, ______._.u.__ .u __. _,_. __.._ _u'_ ___. ___ _H. .. ____.___.__., _..____ ___. H__' 00 .00_ '
Bench was a recent guest! of Rev Onto Calif., are the guests this Sale attended the State Board ol
and Mrs S. J. Grady on Park St. week of Mr, and Mrs. Jesse New- I Florida "'omen'. Club meeting 1 li
Bom. Tallahassee from Wednosclaj 126 Starke- ,
Mrs Frances Parker and Mrs Bf. MARLIN FACTORY SERVICE
Monroe Wallace of St. Petersburg Morris Williams was transferred! I through Friday cf last week. Court Florida
last week from Fort Jackson S While in Tallanaiwce Mrss Sal
were recent
guests of
Mrs.
164 THE HEWS Parker's C. visited the Alton Revels and Mrs
brother-in-law and sister Mr. to Camp Atterburg Ind. GUARANTEED REPAIRS :
Adams visited 1 Mr. and Mrs Will-
v 6' .. and Mrs. P. M Barefoot Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wiggins and ard Pass. t

daughter Judith, of Jacksonville, "Watches Watch Bands Clocks. Pens
Poll Jewelry Lighters'Your
Parrot Shoes for -
\11, Owen Vaughan, Mrs Carrie E. Adams or Jacksonville boys were weekend guests of Dr. and In Circuit Court. Ilrmlford Count

"" III,, .f I ourt operators spent last week with D. & girls at STUMP'S.: Mrs M. B. Herlong. I'dIIlip F'IorldnIn Pnnlrl t'hnn.Axhbpy...,.,, Plaintiff I S'S. Printed Factory Guarantee Just Like Money To Mel"Ray 4
rh M i I' have moved tojlfiS" and Mrs. H. H. Adams. Dr and Mrs. J. C. DuBose of Mrs. J. D. Doyle spent MondayIn Vlrglna: Vvilllum A hbcy.; Llnfrnil r I
the "Dr, Mrs L. Vero Beach, Mr ant. C.... No. 119Onlrr MarlinSAVE 'i>
.no "ffllde in A. Davis, State Chairman and Mrs J. J. Jacksonville on business. nf I'liblloHllon end NoIce Ttpprnr. "
,' Ave of Brannrn. Mr. and Mr Mr. and Mrs. Jr.. OK Klollll. 1U 1
>n TemPle By-laws, attended the Raleigh H. G Davis r\IH .
bulldln Brannim VtratniaVlllhoms. A"hli"y. whose __.._ ____ _- -_. ., -.- '- ..-_ ", ._- -- -- -
( save remodelled Into Florida UDC Convention In Or- and little son and Mrs T. of Tallahassee spent Saturday and renltli-nuo. and address. In unknown: u. :: :: :: _: ,:_ :" :: : 1\\

11het tiractlyroom", ,, apartment. lando Monday through Thursday F. Brown and son, Emory all of Sunday following Homecoming, You arc required to appear onNovember .. .. .. .. .
iow retired operSchans of last week, where she had parton Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs. A. L with Mrs. Davis' brotherinlawand named" Court SO, Hint 19.10,cause In the, wherein above ,, "; -- '- : .. ':, '- -. :- : .'.:- : ''' ," -. -- : ,- ..., :' t!

Castle Lunch" In the program. During her absence Sullivan and Mrs Hilda Griffith' sister i Mr. and Mrs. Leonard plaintiff: seeks dlvorre.i : Fradfor.tCounty
thHll ruMlnll this
gin building here in 1940- from town, Mr. Davis stayed of Theressa met at the home of F. Smith, Jr., at Penney Farms Order l In TvleKrKph next four weekly" Issues l AT DENMARK'S f 1'1
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lid 42 Thev like Starke and with his netce, Mrs. Del Colley. Mrs D. W. Moore for a family reunion Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis of at WltnenH Htarke, ,my Florida hand, this and official October seal 18, a .
they've returned to 50 Xmas OurilH Imprlnti'il[ \\Ith Thursday of last week A Starke and Palntkn. spent Sunday t950. t
hl
j' n delicious picnic dinner with their and familiesat < (OFFICIAL SEAT') A..T. Thomas [FREE DELIVERY Use Our Budget Plan. '
Ultll nom< here, they say. your num.- $1. ll<>lly"i,">d was served daughters Ai Clerk of aalil Court PHONE 151 ,
Mundy[ was the guest grauhen & ,I<-MCITH.' I''nlo-I( during the noon hour. Penney Farms. TW Haven Crosby, Iieputr. __Clerk J
,Ir jeat I T Frank tjindiuin, Slnrk norms
and Norma Canova In Mrs Carrie Adams of Jackson- Mis C. P Tyson of Jacksonvillewas Pilot Brand Mouses 2.93 to AIIM. for Pit. .a20| it 11110 ti
ama
.nllle wet the weekend and ville was the guest of her son and the house guest: of Mr. andI 5.95: at STUMP'S.: 89.50 4
festlvl- Mrs Mrs. H. U Brownlee and Mr. In Ir.'iiH fonrt. llrnilfttnl Connlrllorlilni Regular
L.
homecoming daughter-in-law Mr. Beasley .
and i Mrs on
jed 'hi H I I ThursdayI In t hner
H. Adams, last and Mrs. J. R. Chaste-en. Jr., and ,\ ZollB rllllllllff, VII. Sl lAnna 4p
week I E. F. Miles ""'?
and :[I'S. O B Solla, liefendant Cite" No 8118Or.lrr ;J JS
,: Flynn spent the weekend in son, J. Roy spent a few days last ..( I'lihllrnllnii Indl. lee .,'n SOFA BED !
GeorKu: : where Mrs. Flynn visited week in St. Augustine Beach. Ai>,,.-".. .MlIK I/F r'l.Olllll 'III
residence
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mrs Sofia" Anna /.ollat whose
Branch ofINSURANCE her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. Griffin li:ml: nddru I In. VIA Atmaiidu Dial
Every Carrie Hitch and Miss Annie Dar- Italy.
and Airs ltd Trlvptn : .
O
J. Phillips. Jr. in by In Jacksonville You are r .|iilre t to appear on \, .: TEItM1II ''s'sv\ t
spent Monday
Macon. and Mrs Miles visited her NovamWr 80: lOIii, In the aboveminimi v ,,
: Mr. and Mrs J. ,V. Andrews attended Court and cause, wherein 6950
parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Brown plaintiff iieeke illvoria. Bradford, 930 !11I11) MONTH: '
In Warner Robbins and her the rodeo In Terry Sunday. 'uunty> Telegraph, ...hnlpubll..I'\ this : :;
Mrs. M. C. Ford Jr., of Sumter, Order In next four weekly tactics r "
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and ItnenM hand and" official seal 1
Mrs G 1Lt'e.. In Macon. S. C., !Is the guest this week of Mr. at' Shekel, lily lordla, thin October 18 S(1
C. WALL' AGENCYPLEASE Mr and Mrs J. T. Quigley spent and Mrs E. J. Flynn. Mrs. Ford 19KO\tW ''''I\(, 8BA1.1 A, .T. Thomas m;
H. received word this week that her Ail Clerk of said C'nurt -- ---
several days last week at their cot- husband, Ford Is ate ny Haven Oronbv, Keimty Clerk i R
Capt. now HEAT! W
PHONE 146 tage In North Carolina i T Frank l.andiulfl: (Starke, .KlorldaAttyn CEDAR CHEST QUICK ;0j
Mr tioned at Tokyo, Japan I for I'lf IDiSd 4t llll| ) 2-Burner
and Mrs
Charles Akhen- Mr and Mrs. H 1[. Darby and '
Constant Service Over 50 Years bach of Sandusky. Ohio were daughter, Mrs. AI Bankston, of In hlorldnt Circuit In C'iMirt.Ihnneerj llradford ('..ue.,, r'JOil

Monday guests of Mr and Mrs. Savannah Qa, were guests lat Ann llrmide, i'lalnllff, va John Heaters .
t.
I O. L. Beasley Orande., Uetandant.Case No. HUT
Friday of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ortffln. Order, ..< I'nhllealliin Anil Millie 1utpnenr.
SI't'EI1: ''''' r>l."MIIIOI
John Grande, hone. residence and
Senator and Mrs. George Dayton adelt.... Is unknown: WITH

The One TJrOtffc The.Original of Dade City were weekend November You are SO rmiulred, 11160 to In appear the abovenamed on Cook Top 1 el 0lit IIlolol't
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( guests of Senator and Mrs. Char Court and cause, whereinliliiintlff .
)p ; seeks dlvoice., firnafnrd 20.000 IITU. 2 gal loakpronf l -
1\\U9.St ley E. Johns. The and
Daytona
, \\ I metal t-aiitc. Easy opened hinged
Johns attended the Homecoming Order In next four weekly Issues. t .
'''''OU I WJinec: mv hand and official sealnt top cover. Speeds heat circulation -
festivities In Gainesville Fridayand ; 18, I!Mart ... up
( ritarke I Florida, this I October H knpe cheat e ynnrIrlolhlnir
\MONOA) I IOC1OBER Saturday. 1950 _ln .......II..t for ..lurJnae. Increase efficiency. k M
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KVL1 A J Thomas ,
(OFFICIAL' Nee our illxplnr_tlalt You will llko tills heater.srioci.vi.i .
I Star Brand Shoes for men, An Clerk uf said Court : UII ;
lieputy Clerk i .IhU week. .:I.Otl< per mo. ,1 "
H haven CroBby
women and children a'tI T) Frank tjitidium:: (Stiiike, KlnrldaAtty $
19.23 I STUMPS. *, for I'lf 10'a': H 11110In t }
T _Me e Dr. and Mrs. T. Q. Rltch of Jack .0SF. 4995 95 L-

\1NCluslvE As.Advertised LI FE. 3 Pte, sonville visited their parents, Mr Ireult I .In Court 2.10..".....llrnufnril.)'. l'"unglF'Iorldal 32 t P
lietiv liiivldnon Cox Plnlnllff vs.lntvld TERMS i''
and Mrs H. C. Brown and Mrs t
\\ OaYcu lOOk Cblffcrfe F.rm Jonrnal Carrie Rltch over the weekend. & Wlllard Cox Pefendnnt..Case No. 81 18Order
Uta.I"a '
,\ Ptlhlleallnn, And ,...Ice 'I'll Went brain Slightly Higher
t'iiQ41"1\' \ f\tl ot and en the REXALL RADIO'SHOW starring Miss Anlce Green, who Is em- ,\l>|......r.. .N I' t'I'M ....' .'OHIli" I Till SEE US ABOUT YOUR HEATING PROBLEMS: '
tor 1 C ployed in Jacksonville spent the PnvldVlllard. Cox whose renldoncemid h
rM ,DICK POVfLL.s "Richard Dlamor'd. Private In Holme Hlbla Cul-
\ weekend with her parents, Mr and iKlilronn' : t
Detectivs" leic, Oraenvllle, Hiiutll Carolina:
WEDNESDAYS, NBC Mrs. Floyd Green. You are required to appear on
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arnold and November 80, I960, In lime above

>352223 Mr and Mrs. George Sapp attended Klulntlft named Coin creke and divorce cause', CiiHtody, wherein unci"onrol Denmark Furniture Co. I
child/> remnrallnn
Mi31 e toan Alco-Rex puretestASPIRIN the rodeo In Terry Saturday.Mr. ,,0' maiden of minor name. llrnclford\ CountvT'tlewl y e I

ANTISEPTIC Ii; RUBBINGALCOHOL ., !: and Mrs. 11. J. Owens of In next" apll four stout weekly publlHll I..""*t this".. Oldvt*

mouthwash .::. Marlanna spent the weekend with \\"I'n....* mv hand and official keel Mi
REG. 43c No !faster-acting Mrs. Owen's brother-in-law and ''H'' km,. Florldu. thin I li toiler IX,
of many uses. ,At AAC j 1930.
C made! sister Mr. and Mrs. If. G. Hogan. urh'h'IC1AL : A. J. Thomas .(;
2 B1CU.J
fa
2 for Pint 't"'V aspirin ..
REG. 69c Pt. 01' stile Mrs. J. F. Williams of Wewa- Aft ( of ald Court '
5 grain 100'sREG.54C n) Haven' :frimliy:: Pc'rtlty. 'I. ,Clark i r lR
C hltchka Is spending; several weeks T Flank rnndrum. lnrk "lnrlilAtiv I
2 for '" with her daughters and their families for I'lf, 108041 11110| I :
Box of 21 Medford MILK .....nt.1) FREE! FREE! FREE!
I the James 1... Coopers and J.M In "r."lt (four llrn lr''r
CHRISTMAS OF MAGNESIA ADRIENNEBeauty L Hembrees J.l'i'hi''N' .Vj'airJnT"Wlff<< vii OrnrW I 1"I
"' REG. 39c Mr and Mrs. L. A. Davis had \ Warren "ffndaMt ("*d"" No 8"4'l!, .
AJsW
CARDS Pint 2 for J,.e ; as their Sunday guests, Mr. and U%i.ei.V."; : P HI il''ll'iI.j.: : ; amt HOItlllV!anllee'I-rotGrave : I

All different!' Creams-Lotions-Powders Mrs. B. J Brown and Mr and W. ..'" whose' reldenveand .
,: ; Itnknuwnt: \ Yes Sir!
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aildreull
60 2 Mrs. Meyer of DeFuniak : ,
REG 59c 2 for Lipsticks. Any Edgar } You are riqulpcil to appear on ,.,'
Victoria In the abovenamed "
2-qt. identjcal'items. November lath 1920
: Springs.)

Cascade l Cards' reg.?1,2. for 14)1) WATER__ 9.nLE.* ft tc. 75c EA. 2for76cRexMaid \ Wool colors jersey for blouses 2.98 assorted at, plaintiff rullof control. Bradford nf Court mk minor and tllvorro(uuntyt'iel.grsi.hshall cftuiui., rufltofly, wh..I") and ,',. .W/ / ,. ., Here At Electric Service & Supply

REG. $2.15 2'6 STUMP'S.: t',,l>H...h thin order I Ift next

Helen I Cornell 2_ for Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins' I four Witness weekly mv l lanu.a hand i.and official, sealat ;&
it r It's Christmas In
October
HORMONECREAM ...-=--- - HOUSEHOLD moved Into town Monday from mark, Florida I IhlH October 18th t}
'
gSSEi_ Petrofol Z GLOVES their Kingsley lake summer home lo'l'VlCIAr. SHAI) A. .T. Thomas..
IJ
y Mr and Mrs R. C. Damper[ An Clerk of mild Cnurt.fly
Latex rubber sizes 7.9 HavenrsIV, n puly Clerk.
mOt jar ref. $1.00 MINERAL OIL ; and son. Billy spent Sunday with Carton' K. harper, 20* W rnlvernliy,
REG. 75c Avenue (laine.vllle, )'lnrldnAtlys
Mr and Mrs. Dampier In Jacksonville
I for IMf. 1020| 4t 11110In
.2for76
lIJ1 60c *
: 2 1., Pint 2 for Pair.. .. (Irrult .:o.-;: llrmllnril ('utin r.l
Mrs. Havana Johns and Mrs. FKCCfIn
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In ('kaneprr.Pnrla '
Morl.lni
-- Mallory Thomas. spent a feW' days Cniiri-oii. William., Plaintiff, VI. I FREE
g Luxurious Lavender
Theatrical last' week Lakeland and Auburn- JonrphVllllanrm, Dpfpn/ant.C.nMA Nn nil 4Orilvr mil
COLD dale visiting friends. nf I'.hll."f'.n.1' l NiXIrr. '!'''
CREAM J BATH POWDER 01 ,
fOI'l HI'tll! ItV I>'I.O'U"1'0'
Mann, student at Inii'nr. '
101 2 Miss Polly a Joseph Wllllnmn, whnii nddlfHil l
1 lib. tin, REG. $1.00 2 for 9 ounces REG. $1.00 Valdosta State College, Valdosta, unknown: Cooperation With President Truman's Anti-inflation Policy
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.... You nre required to appear on
Ga.. spent the weekend visiting November 20th, 1 1U60. In the shave .
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her brother and family the E. C named Court and entice' wherein
REXALL KLENZO ANTISEPTIC. .Reg. 69c Pint 2 for 70c Manna, and attending the U of F Plaintiff Telegraph itorki, divorce shell. .puhllnh Bradford thin FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY WE'LL GIVE YOU A t

POUND PAPER 50 white linen sheets. .Reg. 65c 2 for 66c homecoming as the guest of Bruce (/rrter In....next my four hand weekly and official, IKHUVIIWltn seal. Y

ENVELOPES (to match above) . .50's, Reg. 65c2 for E6c "$50,000" CHOCOLATE SYRUP Matthews.Connie. Lo-IIeelers black)I *1050 t Htarkx. Florida, thin October IHtli
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HAND (i OKKICIAT. SRAI.> A J ThomaAn "
LOTION Mascal's Almond. .Reg. 59c Pint 2 for 60c brown, red, green, toast. At Clerk of until Court

COUGH SYRUP Rexall Rexillana. .4 oz., Reg. 59c 2 for 60c Household tin 2 for 23C STU IP'S. ny Haven Crosby, IX-PIIIV 10120 4t Clerk 11'10flPifltlL *Jt

REXALL STORK NURSER. .8 oz. size. Reg. 35c 2 for 36c

:ADHESIVE TAPE Pro-Cap' .1 in. x 5 yds., Reg. 35c 2 for 36c Nylon TOOTH BRUSH $2500 SAVINGS Free/ '

SHAVE CREAM Lavender Mentholated. Reg. 49c 2 for sac Choice of '6e II BOND

AHOY pOPS Tiny Tot. .cluster of 10, Reg. IOc 2 for 11c 3 styles
UIKSWABS Dedicated To Community Service -
Rexall sterile ;.100'sReg. 27c2for28c HUNTSMAN 11-ounc ,
y 1\lolell Arc Better Than Er" 6
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CIS"-t\C'Sub/ect"- \ / to tax, Rljtht rmrv c ,f :fiinift la iy.,,: GLASS TUMBLERS
Saturday Oct. 21 ONLY Tuesday' and \V'ednesdayOctober I

:SHAVE CREAM Rexall-brushless or lather . 2'2'for 36c Chip proof edges eY.J? for ,16 c I DOUBLE FEATURETRIGGER 21 & 25MGM't : With The Purchase Of Either A

BEEF, WINE & IRON TONIC. . . .Pint 2 for 1.41 '

CASCARA COD COMPo laxative tablets,Hinkles. 100's 2 for 46c KSSSS REX-SELTZER ROGERS aM; e M .Slat SPECTACULAR WESTERN? Famous MAYTAG Model E or MAYTAG

LIVER OIL Rexall high potency :. Pint 2 for 41c Alkalizing analgesic tablets

:MncVITE: Multl'-vitamln capsules. . 100's 2 for 3.20 25's 2 for SSe m uunn wni M I OI.V' Sy Washing Machine. Automatic Washer ;

CAPSULES dietary supplement 100's 2 for 1.66 000--- ..
1U1"1.
I Iu99.N's 1\0 \ ,

VALUES e .

ftmtM Ammoniated
J-U-M-B-O Size t

MILK' CHOCOLATE BARS TOOTH PASTE sal Latent >.". and "Saturday

Plain or Almond No unpleasant aftertaste! 9f 79e + "lnhIJC: I.'....." Cartoon f ,a
Limit f Tubes ? for :
2for3 Three 3V4-OZ.
t 2Bars Limit taraAND
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) QUIK-BANDS "8480" OatmealCOMPLEXION SOAP : T/. wu

Plain or Thursday and Friday
36 mercurochrome treated. Pkg. of j' c Box of six 3.oz. cakes c

-.:.Reg. 29c. lImit 1 package .. ... ... 4' Limit 1 Box ..,., October 26 & 27 ". '

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Town Talk ASSORTED CHOCOLATES 1 Bottles/ IlASOL HAND LOTION pint : ',., : ,'

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Milk or dark FACIAL TISSUES
chocolate| coated creams. f,9 1 Box 309 KLENZO '",
}Limit 1 bOJl..2 t Limit 1 Combination .r .
16c With All-Star rant! f,
Gienridge $1.73 Value . . BOTH FORWRITING Al.u Cartoon and Mrrlal ..
Unn Bordered 1 ,

PAPER "Big Value" ENVELOPES Sunday & Monday, Oct. 22, 23J) _. : .

24 large flat sheets 24 6% size -Package of 100 23 C

Choice of envelopes i o limit I Pack. . . . . BETTY uR
colors. 1
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Alno "JCa<-lnK GreJ houn...." Sport

short and. "Son(. of tIe, Birds" e

125; E. Call St. J. It. Kite, Owner Starke Florida
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dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kad er, were looking over the roads In I
I
Watterson Clay Hill, Long Branch section,
recently checking on repairs to be

1TA l\1M'tdnlr! made. They are going to repairthe
r The Hampton PTA met In the road to the Padgett church

school auditorium on October 3 a1] and cemetery; also to the Johns

3:15: : P. M. At this meeting, pre Cemetery, which la the oldest and

sided over by Mrs. T. J. Alderman, largest cemetery In this section WE'RE OPPOSEDTO

8 Lora 8unpr ss fa irPOMCA president, plans were made for 8 It la about half a mile from the
celebration to be held I
NEBR. homecoming Padgett cemetery and church.
at the Hampton school during the The road to Long Branch church

work him. A Hill Hallowe'en season. The exact will also be repaired. They will
Wherein the buy days I : Clay boy.
date and full details will be an- in this section about HOMEWORK !
until abnoHt dawn; I prepare to r:1 l It will be soon Don's birthday be working 1
nounced later. The PTA has assisted all next week. Arthur ate lunch
winter and ulna a happy mini and then Hallowe'en. I love these
the school In purchasing a with Strickland Tuesday.

I would not sing a clever song,''I lovely autumn days. We have set of Child Craft encyclopedia. Fletcher Rhoden ex-Baldwin; ..'

Replete with subtle meaning, killing frosts now each night. Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. Sullivan school boy, who Is now with the h

Nor hold a minor key for long. Most of the corn Is ripe. We did served refresmentg at the close\ of U. S. Army, stationed In Texas, \t
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With sorrow's notes -keening. the meeting.
not have a frost until October. la home on leave. He visited his
But let me sing my song of hope,
"old school pals" for a while the
that HIGH SCHOOL: .NOTF.S
And let Its tones be clear, The big wooly worms predict

To find "the way where other s the winter say by the long black Eighth Gracie Personalities first of,the week. -.. .;;
I Donald Slade Is the son of Mr. Jack Wilkinson had hla house
their head that the first
grope mark on
doubt and fear. and Mrs. V .J. SVJe:! of Hampton.He moved from the former location to
In blinding part of the winter will be colder la in the eighth grade and Is 13 his old home site. This Is a much

If I can lift another soul than Ute latter part of the winter, years old weighs 90 pound and is better location as It Is nearer the 10 ENJOY LIFE..IN!

' That's By songs all that I ask I am for giving life's swift The box; elder bugs have not arrived 5 feet 1 Inch tall. He has lived In road than the other location. Also \\ tSM flolt
the land Is higher and will acces-
here yet. They usually come Hampton all of his life and wantsto
goal-- here. He Is well liked by sible in wet weather.
That's cause enough for living. all at once in big swarms to settle stay ,e, ESN
Jessie Brown Thomas on the house and get In the base his classmates. When he grows up J. A. Nash, was absent from 'M oRE
ment. They get In the mortuarybut he want s to be a doctor. His favorite his_school room all of last week 1FSS WORK

The above poem was sent to me< never upstairs.My studies are health and arithmetic and to the day of writing this It Just doesn't make ddyto nick to Mot'

by my dear friend Elsie In SIoux full His favorite sports are week due to Illness. Mrs. Lois old-fashioned ways when Re rtflr iffb/lt/f

City. She Immediately thought I do not days worry go swiftly about and the are war. I football and baseball. He was Osteen Wayman Is teaching his 1 can rip through scores of chores better, Ufn* I 0
of me /when she read the poem. chairman of the health programIn room during his absence. Lorene faster and cheaper. So see your electric I I
think General MacArthur Is a
How good to have dear friends fellow and safe Hampton school when he was Fields taught for Mr. Maxwell dealer today...check on all the mode Nelp s. I.
capable we are
whom one can call on for love and In the seventh grade. Last year he, Friday while that gentleman at- Sunshine Services that will ease your
here. The only people we
help. We all need friends. I, enough Wayne Matchett, and Jay Alder tended a teacher's association "home-work".help you nay young.. halo
must help are those about us who I teen< rote 10 be bit, !
never feel entirely lost in this : man made some valuable health give you leisure to enjoy the belief living hilptrs. Llkiwiihlnf
world when I think of my good i are discouraged for some cause or posters for the school. that onl/Florida offers! dl"'... With in..11C1r10dllhwllh.r
other who be "Fellow Travel- ,
friends at Wayne, Nebraska- may Frankle Loper Is the lion of Mr. meeting.GRAHAM ttujoblttoslmpli
"
do n ill
er. if we do not give them a lift. you on
Blanche and Carl who had me and Mrs. Dan Loper. He Is 15years \ by yourulml
When the Communists take overalways
visit them when I first came to hunt out the ne'erdo1 .- old weighs 110 pound and is I ,'1111),11 "J-eI .
Nebraska. God sends friends like Ywells ------ --- ---- -- 5 feet &_ _Inches tall._ He la a_ _faVorite _- By Mrs. John MrKlnny I Yfc tlwttit FrlMd
and work on them to give i t\) FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY _
those dear people.We 1 of his classmantes. He .
them power, over those who ydo not ;
have been very busy the believe. : They are the spies and likes football, baseball and basket Mr. and Mrs. Forest Reynolds of
last few weeks. Had eight funerals ball. He lives In Therrssa but says 1 Jacksonville and
ones who are put In trust' That I spent Wednesday
one right after another On la what we read. So let us all be he would like to live In Hampton. Thursday of last week here with

Saturday night we were up until happy we are Americans. If the He plays right guard on There.- Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Abernathy.Mr. .

four-thirty, and again on Monday Russians land anywhere near usI sa's football team. Of all his and Mrs. Olin Graves anddaughter

night until flve In the morning. know most women would fight studies he likes Arithmetic best Shirley, of Daytona

Of course, I always get up at them with rolling pins, hoes and He has lived In Georgia but was Beach, spent the weekend here
seven. I found myself pretty born In Florida. visiting relatives.Mrs. .
the butcher knife, the same as we
tired and I took cold. I am over ? Hal and "
would a snake Eh girls Alice Starling brother, LOVETTSTARKE.
it almost now, and feeing so hap' Lovely day here and I must get Lonnie Hines, spent Sunday at

py again. There have been lots of In a few groceries now. I shall LONG BRANCH Mlcanopy with Mr, and Mrs.
people ill with colds so it is difficult
walk down town, a song on my Frank Hlnea.
to keep from getting one.I lips, joy In my heart. I will Ity Mr. J. L. StrUklaml Mr. end Mrs. Arnold Waadln and

have not had much time to breathe deep and thank God for Sun-
baby of Jacksonville, spent
sew on my new sewing machine. the freedom of America. Be happy lIomrC'flmlolt Notice day here with his parents, Mr. and FLORIDA Prices Good Throueh Sat. Oct. 21st
Made a pair of pajamas end covered : and God will bless you all. i Mrs H. M. Wasdln. --- ,
There will be a homecoming at
the ticks of several pillows Love LURA.HAMPTON. The Rev. and Mrs. Homer
with unbleached muslin. ThoughtI the Padgett Baptist Church and
Swindall and baby of Starke, were
might get at a dress this afternoon Cemetery Sunday, November 5th visiting here Monday.CAREFUL. Over 2000 Items Are Cheaper At Lovett']

if nothing prevent I have 1050, at 11:00 o'clock, with the
' house dusted and shining. Made
my
message by Rev. J. L. Stricklandand
room In the dining room window
By Mrs' M. C. SweeneyVallKmpiHi dinner ,on the grounds. The
for several potted plants. W
have moved In to sleep inside now. object for the service will\ be discussed BLUE ROSE EVAPORATEDRICE

Strange, It Is fun to move out on pro ana con after dinner.,
the to In the Everyone Is cordially Invited.
porch sleep spring
Hampton friends of Verda J. Bring basket of dinner,with
a you
and then such a comfort to move :
Vail, of Pompano, will be interested The loan of piano for this occasion '
i a
to
back when It the
gets chilly
warmth of the bedroom. to hear of his marriage to Miss would be appreciated. (f) Milk
Frances Helen Kruppa, daughter -
I will soon start baking whole of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Kruppa Roast RepairsThe

wheat bread. I have been { on Wednesday, October 11, county superintendent of .
rolls every Sunday. They makll\R\\at the Rectory of St. Anthony's roads, Mr. Gllaaon, and Arthur

light and nice. I have been Church in Ft. Lauderdale.ticraM Hatcher, county road commlR lon- ?
euch nice strawberries from the LB.
plants good friends on a ranchin Brown Better TALL
Wyoming my sent me last spring Gerald Brown Is Improving A Three Days' You! need good 3 2 3 29

So many things to be happy ovtr. teadlly after a major heart operation BAG C. C

Don has gone out in the countryto In Emory University Ho pl- Cough isYourDanger AutoDlo1ileLiaLility CANS

deliver gas. The ladles of our tad, Atlanta, Ga., last Tuesday, .
church gave a dinner for the Oct. 10. Ills two sisters, Mrs
teachers and I helped with an Emory Sparkman and Miss Hilda Signal Insurance

orange cake. It Is more of a Brown, of Jacksonville, have been NO. 2 CAN SLICEDPINEAPPLE
pudding. Here Is the recipe. spending several days with him at Creomuhion relieves promptly because Charley E. Johns LARGE SIZE SOUTHERN: BISCUITFLOUI
the seat of the troubleto
it goes right to>>
the hospital. Gerald Is a senior at
ORANGE CAKE
>> help loosen and expel germ laden Agency 23c
1 cup sugar Bradford high school. phlegm and aid nature to soothe and
H cup butter or Crisco heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial Phone IS STARKE, FLA. RINSO23c
.
:Mr IleNter Hall
1.4 teaspoon salt membranes.Guaranteed to please you
Funeral services for Mrs. Heater
1 or money refunded. Creomulsion has 1 .
egg Hall, 66 wife of the late CharlieA. stood the test of millions of Users.CREOMUeSION. 0; + :
1 sour milk or use sweet ...,.,.:::0I
cup
46 OZ. HIGHLIGHT BLENDED
Hall, were held in the Christian ib. i
milk and 1 tablespoon of vinegar. fUprmntlna THE:TRAVELERS Hartford
2 cups flour and 1 teaspoon soda Church Tuesday afternoon, Oct. nil...... Cwi.hi, Chn' Colds, A ul. Irwichltii I 25 bag 1
10, at 2 o'clock with the Rev. Fred I icE25e .
1 cup ground raisins and rind of ORANGE
Dodd officiating. A resident of
one
orange. Hampton for many years, Mrs.
Cream sugar and butter, qdd
egg Hall moved to Tampa a few years
beaten, add milk and then dry In- Double Feature
ago where several of her sons and ColoredOLEO
gredients. Add raisins and lb. Superbrand
orange daughters lived. She died on Sun- LB. BAG VELVO 12 OZ. RATH'SLUNCH
rind. Beat well. Bake In about
day in a sanltorlum there. Mr. .
0 by 10 or 11 cut in '
pan squares.Pour t.: "
Hall preceded his wife In death by
over It a sauce made with 7 ANOA MEAT 39c

juice of two oranges and a lemon, four years. 1"N COFFEE
I She Is survived by four daugh-
1 thickened with
cup sugar a
ters, Mrs. E. L. Younblood of Wal- .+' ,' ,
little corn starch. Pour over .... "
"" :
do, Mrs. J. T. Partln and Mrs. PaulR. .. ""
squares. It is rather good. Klckliter, Tampa Mrs. M. L. .4''jI'Vf,. \ .r.y... 80 COUNT WHITE PAPEKNAPKINS

IIFXPFTTt HINTS: : It you can't Ratllff, Hallendale, and four sons .D '

get clothes dry on a damp day Inside A. O. Hall, Waldo, R. V. and W C. ; : 4 1 tOe19c

the house try turning the Hall, Tampa, and C. T. Hall, Jack i ", t.; ... :.t* __-__ I 69c box
-
.
"fj" ;
electric fan on them. To remove sonville.Haniimon. ,

printing from feed bags, grease I '
printing wth Spry, or unsalted fat, City Baptist IM4DAybiqb.s "v,

cooking oil Is fine: Let stand over Otto Hicks Jr., wishes to announce .

night, dip in kerosene, then rub the opening of the Sampson : ,' \

gently and wash. When washing City Baptist Church with services ; Pit. JIr

plastic put a little vinegar In the there every Sunday afternoon at 1 ';J', "I.! R imP

water so there will be no water 3 o'clock. A cordial Invitation is \ baM

mark. Put it in rinse water. extended to all to attend. : the

CLAY HILL Hope by now that '
Mr. and Mrs. Olen L. Beden- D-UtS 1 kind
Daisy and Fred Lang are home
baugh of Deland announce the 1 CHUCK
JfwV STARKE TENDER
and well. I am sorry they have < fc
birth of their third child daughter ]
been hurt and ill. Hulon Herndon Oct. a, In a Deland a hospital. d.. 01 t 10lb.25C
on ROASTONIONSYELLOW
is stationed at Fort Pierce, FlorIda toes FRYERS
I am told. Saw Leon Carter's Little Larry and Julie Beden- StN
baugh are spending two weeks
picture In Telegraph along with
here with their respective grandparents
other draftees. I was proud of
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Be- lit.Ct 59c
denbaugh end Mr. and Mrs. L. D. I lb. 49c lb.

.
Eilund.
51b.
15C
We match the 7119
Congratulations are extended to J'o' $

!oil'. and Mrs. Johnnie Knight on dependable quality 'IllJ I ,

nonce the arrival of a son, Jerry Ronald, of the Standard tL I Gr. A Breakfast Bacon lb. 4
a
on Thursday, Oct. 5, In the Alachua YORK COOKING i
County Hospital. Mrs. Knight is Oil products

PECANS the Emory former end Miss Frank Ina Forsyth.Brown en- we offer you APPLES 3 lb.25C Tender STEAK lb. - -jjj 6

tertained a number of friends witha with the extra services we render I ,

"spook party" last week. Chap- What we mean by extra services are those regular
WANTED erones were Mrs. Joe McKowen, 21bjj 3
Neck Bones *
Mrs. Edward Saxon and Mrs. checks of tires, battery, windshield and radiator, that FROZEN FOODS Meaty .. -

Robert Gray. assure you low-cost transportation in the long run.

0 of Mr.Homo and saaasa Mrs. Archie and Miss G. Elland Mary Drive in to see us. We'll take better care of your carl ORANGE ENGLISH Good White Bacon Ib. .. .. .. .2

Ella Ward of Starke were guests ,

Highest Prices Paid at a birthday party for Frederick ,' ; 'Wf' JUICE PEAS
: :
STANDARD
Watterson last week. : 5
Beef
O Mrs. Lettie Parker of Tampa : OIL /:-: LIVER, lb. - -

was a recent weekend guest of her

I son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and 5cans99c pkg. 19C 59

cosrcrR.L.ALVAREZ Mrs. J. C. Wynn. L. B. (Red) Alvarez Service Station Lge. Fresh Shrnn'P lb. -

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hlnson and Temple Ave. 01: Call St. Starke I ,

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy have 9 '
I..F.Dinkins' Service Station
been visiting their sister, Mrs.) Elate -
Temple Ave. & Pratt St, Starke
Farmer Market Hall, who has been seriously Ill 4 SUPERIOR
At ICE
Mate In the Gainesville", hospital. Harry H. Houston's Service Station CREAM Pint -,

Rev. and Mrs. WUbert Hall and Ph. 83 Starke ,

daughters of Tampa were recent 1l






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ii i 6F.R 20. 1930 MEVBW ,
PAGB
'. BRADFORD
=- COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA


r; ituUIr(1kiI I Baptist ChurchThe night. Starke Thursday night. ster enjoyed a Ashing trip In Jack Simmons of Montloch Sun-

Odell Waters of Dundee visited Mr and Mrs. Alex Williams of Wallburg Thursday. day.Mr.
First Baptist Church of BROOKER Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Davis last Jacksonville visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hazen of and Mrs Gent Stoke visited -

; : Starke extends a friendly welcome lIy Iva Ma Lewis. weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green last Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. R. C. L. Atkinson of Flora City

i to all who take time to and Mrs. J. D. Shaw were weekend.Mr. E. Haxen Sunday night. recently.Mrs. .
The worship. upper guests of the T. S. Manns and Mrs R. k. Dukes of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Edwards of Ralta Brown of High '
\ .t pastors message at the eleven Installation 'W. SI. U. Officers I Saturday night. Dukes honored their eon, Gerald Worthington Springs visited relatives Springs visited Mr. and Mrs. L..

V" SUUDYE3L o'clock hour of worship Sun- The new officers of the Women'sMissionary I Mrs. Earl Willis and son Jerry, on his 16th birthday anniversary here Sunday. A. Mott and children last week- f
day will be "The Compelling Union were Installed and Mrs. Eugene Crosby attendedthe Sunday. Relatives from here Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins of
Power," another Wednesday night at the Baptist AsHnciational Executive meet to enjoy the occasion with him New River visited friends and end.Mr.
Incident from Church and Mrs. Louie Brown of
Je Tabernacle Presbyterian ChurchThe the Life of Christ. The Starke by Mrs. Edmund Tenlyof ing at the First Baptist Churchin were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green relatives here Saturday afternoon. Ridgeland S C.. visited their
president ot W. M. U. ,
be dlrceted 'i,0Cr7eu Starke Friday afternoon.Mr. and children, Roy Green and Mrs. Walden and children
by Hire L of Ruby parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. O.
the Association.
Reverend Eugene
Tabernacle Mrs.
. .rvlces at the Wilbur A. Scott with Mrs Mona Canova and Mrs. R. C. Howard of children, Mr. and Mrs T. W. of Wildwood visited her parents, Drown and Mary L. Green Thursday -
: he rnlnlsll'Y ot Rev.,Thom- win preach at the II o'clock morn- organ at the Crosby, president, presented Jacksonville were dinner guests Markey, Mr. and Mrs T W Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley last .
a beautiful of fall
were Ing corsage of the E. E. Lewis and children, Mrs Earl
mo. worship service In the First Crosbys Sunday weekend.
Sunday i
1! Green and E. T. Stew-
/ and evening Rev. L. D. flowers to each officer. Mrs. Wilson
.tlmulatlng. Mr. and Mrs. Groover Green and children Mrs. Mary
R. C.
Soul Presbyterian Church this Sunday.( Will be Tenly described each one's duty. Mrs R. M. Hlers was In Jacksonville art enjoyed fishing trip to Wall-
tT.Ie8s"Ke "Who
thorough knowledge on Is were In Gainesville and Starke on Green, and Mrs H. O. Brown. .
Speaker of the Sunday School convenes at 9:45: : feature Side?" and will The' officers formed a line before business Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas of on business Friday.Mr. burg Saturday.
art of the A. M. with all classes for all ages. congregational singing of the congregation, everyone I Lake City visited Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Albertus Miller, E. C. Lewis was in Gainesville
" Mrs J. E. and .
God. requested hymns Hardy daughters Jacksonville on business Monday. P
and business
bowed In
Friendship Bible Class gospel choruses heads with silent prayer, were on
GIllingham left meets at 'Janer E. J. Lewis Sunday afternoon.
and of Starke visited
Jayne
and Mra Mrs. W. R. Morse and while Misses Wednesday. O. W Baxter and Miss Lubedla
10 A. M. Visitors will be doing so Patsy
are welcome Mitch Underwood
to Mrs
home Mr. and
for their the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W I
morning piano with Mr,. Benton and Joan Mott and Plnholster were In Jacksonville
all services. H\\the Lola Mann Tenly of Starke Barry Wednesday of Mayo visited Roy Green and Mr. and Mra. N. C. '
do. Hammond. The glrls'chor. sang a beautiful song titled "I'll BOn, Marshall, visited Mr and Mrs. hopping Monday.
villtorS attened the Sun- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH us will sing durIng this Beven- Live for Him." i Mrs. M. I. Tllghman and son, children Misses Sunday Jackie Green morning and: La- b..
service, Including Rev. thirty service. Those Installed were: presidentMrs. i Lee, of Gainesville visited herpare'nt
Sunday School 9:45 S.
ng : A. M. vonla Hodges visited B. II. .
Snyder of Lake But- Sunday school Eugene Crosby: vice premodent Mr. and Mrs S. M.
Dale Morning: Worship, 11 A. M. gathers at 9:43j : : Friday.
Harold Brooka of Service A.M with' a staff of morf Mrs. Wilson Green; secretaryand Mott Wednesday In SERVICE STORE
Mr. Evening 7:30: P. M. j: than Earl Green spent Sunday ARE\
:;he.Palms, Keystone Prayer Meeting every Thursday 80 teachers and officers with E. treasurer>' Mrs. Lottie Edwards Several people from here attended Valdosta Georgia.Mrs. .
evening\ 7:30: o'clockL. C. Mann; Jr., superintendent. : young people's director, the football game played Kermit Slkes and son, of .PHONE 189
,dMr!. J. T Qulgley. apon", 0. Hemingway, Pastor. Training i Unions meet at 6:13: : P.M. Mrs. Ernest Edwards; program I by Starke and P. K. Yonge at Alachua. visited Mrs. Dave Green State Roads 100 & 200 .
J.k. Tabernacle work wered directed by J .T. Lawson. chairman, Mrs. James W. Thomas; :Starke Thursday night. Score was Saturday : .:
the services Rev. Halnes will bring community mission chairman, Mrs. 28 to 6 In favor of Starke. STARKE FLORIDA .
back to CATHOLIC CHURCH an inspirational Mrs. H. E. Stoked and Miss
after an absence of message Wednesday Lubedla Plnholster; stewardship I Several people from here attended Jewel OPEN'S A.M TILL 11 P.M. i -.t
Mass Mrs.
Sunday Stokes visited
night mountain 9:13 a.m. at 7:30: P.M. at the chairman, Mrs. M. O. Harrell; services at the Baptist Association Geneva ...."
spent in their Sunday School 11 regular mid- ,Kidwell and infant daughter, In '
a.m. week chairman, Mrs. R. Wed- t
service mission study at Antioch Church '
Hendersonvllle, N. C. bringing to a con- :tI,,
Week Mass Alachua Hospital, Gainesville -
Day 8:30 County
a : a.m. clusion the H. Faulkner; orphanage'! chairman nvdsday and Thursday.
study of the book Batteries ;
of Tubes
accompanied Pure Tires
Noegel night
,
dna Thursday ;
dayBible Revelation. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry visited
Mrs. Lloyd Barry; publicity
Hendersonvllle, then re- Study Is Wednesday E. T. Stewart and T. B. Plnhol-
Institute.I every 'chairman, Miss Iva Mae Lewis; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy And Accessories .: i'4
o Toccoa Falls at 1::45W'ANTED and daughters of Starke Thurs-
Methodist Church social committee, Mrs. R. F. ; .-- }
.
-
Gano, Mrs Beulah Harrel; and day night. I
\ "The First Methodist Church of flower committee, Mrs J. R. Mrs. J. Markey and Mrs. J. s R t tA ats Let us SIL-I-KLEEN your car I
Starke Mott and Mrs Lloyd Barry. P. Baxter visited Mr. and Mrs. .. The
cordially invites you to by the new Silicone process T new
(I worship with R. K. Dukes of Dukes Thursday .
!
us on Sunday- Birthday Anniversaries' afternoon. way to lasting car beauty. $7.50

1,000,000 lb. Curtis Pecans a.m.Our church with Mr.school W. B.begins Sewell at as 9:4151 the: ,I Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis Mrs. O. J. Mott and daughter, WATERPROOF Corrosion Resistant 1 I'I$I

(I General Superintendent," the Rev. honored their daughter, Irene and Gayle, and Iva Mae Lewis visited Iir'
No Quantity Too Large or Too Small Thomas G. Mitchell stated this I on, Meed on their birthday an- !Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy of /
nlverserles Sunday. Mrs Lewis
I week. He will preach during the .
MARKET PRICES at ALL TIMES: Sunday morning prepared beautiful cocoanut cakes .. .. r
worship service I
at 11 decorated. with colors of pink and I
I a.m. on the subject, "Part-
WILL BUY ALL VARIETIESSEE blue for Irene and blue and pink
nership With God." The choir,
'lie under the for Meed. She served delicious Corner Call &
direction of Mrs. J. :
US BEFORE SELLING! dinner during the noon hour to
I W. Klnoald with Mrs. E. K. Ferryman ATSTARLING'S Cherry Sts.; Starke
the Relatives :
guests. present to
I as organist. A nursery In
DILLARD KEENE I provided{ for small children during i enjoy the occasion were Paul (Oct. 20 & Quantity Rights
the church service. Faulkner, husband of Irene; Mr. Reserved ''t
%1 Icniple Ave. Starke, Fla.ReV' | and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas and FOR YOU
I Sunday evening the public itj i children of Starke Reed Lewis Grocery & Market r
j Invited to sing favorite gospel of Starke.
hymns at 7:30: p.m. The Rev.
Mitchell will preach on the sub- Births. icpji
1ect, "A Christian Basis for World Mr. and Mr Herbert Parrish i flI
Lewis D. Haines, Pastor
Order.( are the proud parents of a baby C '

The senior and Intermediate girl, Barbara Jo, born Sunday, October -
1ST T BAPTIST CHURCH Starke groups of the Methodist Youth 15th. FACTORY
I Fellowship meet Sunday at 6:30: !Mr. and Mrs.! James Keedwel
ferson & Court Streets< In The Heart Of Town pm. for their program and dlscusslon are the proud parents of a baby'

PHONES: Office 231 Pastorium 130 meetings. Following the girl Linda Jewel, born Wednesday PACK
I evening service there is a fellowship October 11th.
hour for all
peoplein
young
SUNDAY SERMONS-11:00: A.M., 7:30: P.M. the recreational building.The Mrs. Earl Green, Mrs. Edwards,' lb
I Shirley and Linda Gayle Green,
lay School 9:45: A.M. Training Unions 6:15: P.M.: mid-week prayer service !and little Brenda Green were In

ID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M. and Bible study li. held Wednesday -I Gainesville Tuesday. They honor, WITH $5.00

evening at 7:30.: The youth I ed. Linda Gayle 8th blrtnday and ORDER OTHER
J 11:00: A.M.: : 'The Compelling Power" choir practices at 7 p.m. and the Brenda 3rd birthday. I
: senior choir at 8:15: p.m. on Wed Death THAN MEATS OR ,

i:30: P.M.:\ : "Who Is On the Lord's Side?" nesdays. We are sorry to report the I I TOBACCO I !Sj.i

...r.. I death. of Mrs. Emmie Flpps" on
Christian Church October 12th. She was. the wife
A Friendly Invitation From A of J. R. Fipps and had made her

Friendly Church Extended To All I J The First Christian Church of home here for many years. She it.
Starka this week extends a cor- was a member of the Baptist
dial invitation to unchurched persons Church. She Is survived by her
of this community and surrounding husband, J. R. Flppa, aeveraj GOOD
I areas to attend any or children, grandchildren and a BEANS Gr. Northern 5 lb. 59'
all of its services. "Why not host of friends. Funeral services FRESH
I plan to worship at the friendly was conducted at Dedan Church ;
church In the heart of town this Friday. afternoon by Rev. Coleman
W. Swlndall, minister of the Padgett Interment was In the
coming Sunday?" the Rev. Homer church cemetery. Wilson Funeral .
FULLY EQUIPPEDThe church stated Wednesday when Home was in Pallbearer
charge.
announcing the schedule, of services were H. H. Mott, A L. TALI
most modern and efficient equip for the approaching week' Crosby, J. W Kelley, R. R. Carl- MILK Kim--"It Whips" 3 25 '

ment available to the profession is as Sunday follows: 10 A. M.: Sunday ton, Leo and Carol Dyal. CANS :;;.: ,

used by this funeral home in main- school, Clyde Colson, superlnten- We are proud to have little : .i j jFRESH

sent. Wanda Sue Douglas, Mrs Dave ,
taining its well known standard of Sunday 11 A. M.: Morning wor- Green, and G. W. Davis back home

Service. ship. Lord's Supper at 11:13.: after being patients In the Gainesville -
Minister's sermon topic "Let Up." hospital for several days. c
Sunday. 6:30: P. M.: Christian We are sorry to report that Mrs.

DeWITT C. JONESPhone Endeavor. J. R. Parrlah Is a patient In North Feet 5 :,
Sunday. 7:30: P. M. Evangelistic Florida Clinic, Starke. We wish Pig

7 Starke, Fla. service. Minister's suBJect," The her a speedy recovery. lb.
Devil's Preachers." Mr. and Mrs. Guy Parrlnn and

neral Director Ambulance Service Wednesday, 7:30: P.M.: Cot daughter, Myra and Russell ,
prayer meeting at the home Green were supper guests of the !
otal; tage
funeral home enables ua to offer conveniences and of Mr. and Mrs Johnnie Child- Misses Helen and Ruth White- ; 11-

services not otherwise available. res head of Jacksonville Thursday ,

I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS10th i Mr.sons and of Mrs.Jacksonville Norman Rodgersand were:

'nlsh the highest type service at lowest prices, and : St. and Temple A'I'e.' quests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. G'Y// RICE Osceola 3 lb. pkg.29C
t :
M/r/ life Friday night.
Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY Sunday school 9:45: a. m.; Morn-
pany, as in funeral Evangelistic Mr. and Mrs Russell Green were ,
payment part or In full on a Ing Worship 11 a. m.; '
Consultation carries no obligation. Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone In Starke on business Friday
welcome Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Wolfmycr I '
of Gainesville were guests of Mr

CHVRCII OF COD and Mr. C. A. Cay Sunday. These Are Just A Few Of The Specials ,We Have To Offer You This Week. ;
TRA Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thomas
'
SPECIAL! SU.
8th & St. Clair I :
School 10 a.m. attended 'services at the Baptist 100 Items Reduced In Price \
Sunday
a Morning Worship 11 a.m. Association 'at Antioch Church There Will Be At Starling's This Weekend! I,
Sunday
"Aellee.n last week. '
.
Service 7:30: ( p.mY.
Sunday Evening Mr. and Mrs. T S. Mann and
Tuesday 7:30: ( p.m '
E. Service
P. daughters and John Freeman attended -
Thursday 7:30: p.m
Prayer Meeting services at Union Primitive I p

BY OF'jKSfS: !' CHRIST Baptist Church Sunday C i
k
ACME EXPERTS L..pe ClIfKCH II.%Y 1'I.\lST8 morning.Mr. GOOD 'N' TENDER
LATTER
WITH ACME PARTS rWefh OF Jesus Christ of and Mrs. Ernest Freeman

,j the The ChurchDay Saints (Mormon of Jacksonville visited his parents

bolds services each Sun. last weekend.
Church)
PICNICSlb.
on'North Mrs. Rosa Pinholster was a ,
In the USO building
Temple day Avenue as follows guest of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
School. Wiggins of New River SaturdayPHONE I
10:00: : a.m.: Sunday

6:30 The: public p.m.: Sacrament Is cordially service.\Invited tf -a, ;,. H. &....... 1

attend all services. 218

COLONIALFLORIST I


WELDING J CELLO WRAPPED i is


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12 ,
,, I FLOWERS
1ULLi I"t .
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1i a CAJHrMCI FOR ALL, OCCASIONS

MEAL Cabin Home 5 lb.33C
*
MALI'
ORDERS DEPOSTT i
H FlUID SEND $1.00 '

,'MAY-* EVENING-TRIAl PLAN DEMONSTRATIONS* ONI'YEAR GIVEN GUAKANTEB- and\\'e offer tlclnltjr the one people of of the Starke moet
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CJ11e:412 Vacuum Stores II modern and fUwt equipped DISH POTTERY GARDENS! GRITS Jim Dandy 5 lb. 39c t i j

I Would V< Forsyth St. Jacksonville, Fla. I: "eId18& shops Guaranteed an7"hrre. I' t 9
like a, free born demonstration of a fully All Work POTTED PLANTS
Iuraked I i iDON'T
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lltg remplete with' 7 attachments: for *12.9d. I I I SMITH'S GAtfAGE FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE BUY ANYWHERE UNTIL YOU'VE SEEN THE DRASTIC PRICE ; .

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BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, oc
PAGE EIGHT .

Interval throughout the centei on stabilizing and Increasing membership Hampton PTA Mr. and Mrs.. B. McRae Saturday. and Mrs. Emory Townsend and A 18.00000 certified will'check be required.In th eamount of November named --tOth 1960

clubs. Of Interest to friends are the addressee their son Tucker of Dunnello The minimum wage paid to all Court lnd I II
various plalnttrt .
were placed tall! pedestal basketsof I In the Mr. and Mrs. labor employed on the above contracts 'Ceki, .....
SOCIETYLuncheon : : Will Sponsor of two of our local boys were visitors of GOllnty I..
Jackson
the same flower arrangements Miss Aulean Martin of shall be ".00, 10.711 and IU.75 Order T"I..ruPh
In 5h11
Chairman, the now In the armed forces: Pfc Dave Thornton. per hour, respectively for skilled Witness tou, ... ,,'
vllle District gave EventThe
The refreshment table was over- Homecoming and Frances intermediate and unskilled 1a.l>or. at 111)" hand .k
I the District with Warren J. Starling, 813th BAP J. O. Caldwell each proposal Starke. lI'IOII" '.4
laid with Imported lace cloth greetings from For a certified 19&0. ",, '
an thl.
Caldwell visited Mrs. J. B. Caldwell check In the' amount stated abovemade ,
Vice- APO 942. Postmaster, Seattle
First PTA co|
Is
For UDC centered with an arrangement of Mills Della Rosenberg Hampton sponsoringa Mrs. Charles Luffman, payable to the chairman of (OFFICIAL MA,,
and white fall flowers In a President of the Starke Club, givIng Homecoming Celebration at the Wash.; and John E. McRae YNSN. and the State Road Department, with the As Clerk A ,
yellow
Board MembersMrs. low crystal bowl. At each end of the welcome to the group. School on Saturday eight Oct. 28 858-29-99 USN, co| Fleet Post Office In Ocala Saturday. I Stamps necessary attached State's, must Documentary accompany T. Frank Jly lIa Ven L..ndruo. Crosb, ot'J),.

the table (were double crystal The morning program was held Since Hallowe'en festivities will San Francisco, Calif.HEILBRONN. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Outla.wantheir each bid. All certified checks shall AII.Y8. for t'ifI Ktar:'
J W. Klncald. newly eJected also daughters, Jo and Pam, ot be certified within 61) day of the II;
be observed on that date a
candle holders with burning yellow In the school auditorium where data for receiving bids. Cashiers' ,,
Circi
president of the W. T. Week'sChapter tapers. Mrs. Gilbert Brown large basket arrangements of record crowd la anticipated. This Waldo were supper guest" of Mr. I checks, will not be accepted. Thoch..k. ........'d.' In("oQrt.( ..... ...,,"
.
hostess at Saturday of the two lowest bidden
U. D. C.. was and Mrs. C. D. Sellers .or.
bowl which th! la Hampton's first Homecomingand 'Iaren" j
placed on ,
presided at the punch autumn floweri were will be deposited IImltb
I Tuesday for Wallace and Patsy Hilda Sofia pu,.
a delightful luncheon was placed on an Individual lace stage and an arrangement of roses all former and present Mrs. J. C. All work to be don In accordancewith IImlth: IJoI,,
and
the new executive board membersat In offleers teachers and pupils parent and Kucera spent Saturday nlKht the Plans HptiolfleaUons; andSpecial O..r .. CL'-,f
which the
table .
I covered table Also assisting centered the at Provisions of the 8tat Roadn..partm..nt. Pnbii.11,5.
Mrs T. N. NormanP. Edwardsand .
the O. L. Beasley home on N. serving the guests were Mrs. Don were seated. friends are invited to be present.All By Sunday with Mrs. Isabel Sperlal attention In MIa Of ST t,:lit; o". A.5

Walnut Street. the usual Homecoming entertainment Misses Joan and Nancy My- called to Special; Provisionswhich and addrese* Smith, Whh: ,
McMahone and Miss Frances Cros- Luncheon served In the Jack- l he furnished with each IN 14t3
was Wells in will proposal. Staten Po"
Luncheon was served at Individual by. Mrs. Lucian Conner greetedthe Catholic recreation center and will be offered, but T, A. Carnival nlhan and Mary proposals will be furnished: to You J.IRlld are 2. Ne" TOI" ,

( card tables that were overlaid guests at the door and Mrs. the highlight of tho occasion will The Hellbronn school Parent- sonvllle. Qualified Contractors, upon apnll.ration November 211th,0'llIlr., t. ",
this office FOR THE n.O
during the afternoon session prea-I week tn ] HUM flamed I. ,
with Imported linen cloths and centered Woodrow Thomas was in charge of I ilents' reports were given from I be the crowning of the HomecomIng Teacher Association convened In Since Wednesday of .last OP IS KACH. Plans may be purchased plaintiff CourL 5eClt at;',. taut
with bud vases holding pink Queen during the festivities.The the school building Thursday Mrs. John Crews and their little from this office for the Mum I County Tel"wra"h .
the guest book.A the Starke, Jacksonville, Fernan- been of 15 for each set. No proposalswill Order' In ob'lI:: '
pompoms and tube'roses. Throughout end PTA will serve hot lunches night of last week and partook of son, Allen, of Monticello have be Issued unless requests for Witness next fotp ""Po'1
covered table at one dina St. Augustine, Macclenny, mv
lace E hand
the home were arrangementsof coffee, pies and soft drinks in the a delicious chicken supper, made: visitors of Mr. and Mrs. O. them are received by this office at "t Stark FiQrld,, 0"4, or,
held the beautiful display Green Cove Springs and Jacksonville Joined here least 34 hours prior to the time for 1950. thIs OIL
gladioli and pompoms in shades of the room lunch room. plans for the annual Hallowe'en Crews. They were opening bids. (OFFICIAL
Beach Clubs. A In HE.
program M.! ,
of pink. of gifts. The hostesses pre- of this. celebration Carnival. heard en addresss by Monday by Mr. Crews whose va- All bids must show totals for each A. Clerk A. '
the form of a Broadcast on World The proceeds that date. With Item and total amount of bid In. ny Haven o, ..
Following the luncheon, plans sented the bride-to-be with a pieceof government was conducted by will be used In helping to purchase) Charles S. Partin, principal of cation began on Crews attended sorted on the cover of the proposal T. Frank '...n"tro.1"::". n.,
Bradford high school, and enjoyedan her hosts. Mrs. ,John The right Is reserved to reject any I Atty. for I'lr 8t"l.
.were made by the board membersfor her chosen sliver. Yula Burns of Jacksonville with a dining tables for the lunch room. Gator Growl in Gainesville or all bid.. I Ii'

the chapter's work for the! Miss Garnlta Hutto sang several member of each club In the Dis- A number of contests "111 bu held evening of fellowship. Friday evening. Many State State Road Department nf Florida. ,

coming year.Enjoying pieces during the evening accompanied trict taking part. Mrs. Marlon and prizes will be awarded to t.ic The organization fixed next Farm residents witnessed this en- Alfred. P.A. Turnbull McKethan, State Chairman HighwayEngineer. I ISam. w.c.t

the luncheon meeting by Mrs. L. G. Green at the Howe of Starke represented the winners. Thursday night, October 26, as the! tertafning( performance.Mr. 10120 2t 10127

with Mrs. Kincaid were Mrs. J. R. date for the Hallowe'en Carnival, I
piano.: local club. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers and< I.. Circuit Ciiort. Bradford Countr, C
Kite, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Miss Olive L. W. Hiatt to be held at the school beginningat Wlllard Florida In Ohsncerr.Julian I "TIIE TIIItEE: Gk
Macclenny was awarded the attendance Capt. Patricia Jean I
their daughters N. Morse Plaintiff vs. ESP3I1E.
O. L. Mrs. 6:30 o'clock. There will be ('!
Mrs. Beasley a
Ray, : with Case No. 8119 lllO IJ
Starke MusicaleMet prize with 77 percent of and Emma Lou. spent Sunday Morse Defendant. IIGNOR\S'E
Luther Powell. Mrs. Mattie Gaha- Stationed On GuamCapt. "country store;" cake walk; costume in Law- Order of. Pnbllosjtfosi Ana !Notice) ToAppear. I l'O\1\T\
their members and door Bill Rivers AL'OIIOL.
: present Mr. and Mrs. ,wrATH OF FLORIDA. 'i'oi "
Mrs. R. A. Green. Mrs. G. J Tuesday NightThe parade; coffee cake, candy .
gan
prizes were given to holders of Lewis W. Hiatt, husband Jean Morse, whose residence andl I
McGrlff, Mrs. W. J. Chandler. Mrs. I and Coca-cola will be sold; and tey.Mr. S. Brown 01 address Is AWO.80uth Carolina! (FLORIDGOOD
lucky numbers by Mrs. Helen Malone of Mrs. Mary Hiatt of Starke recently and Mrs. S. You required to
of the Starke are appear on
W. B. Mundy, Jr., Mrs. E. K. first meeting there will be an old fashioned apple visitor I
; and Mrs. Marlon Howe. Punch returned to the Island of Savannah, Georgia were ..
Perryman and Miss Madge Middle- musicale was held In the Woman'sClub bobbing. The P. T. A. cordially Invites Markham
M.
I Mrs. R.
A was served prior to the morning Guam from an advanced B-29 base of Mr. and
ton. Tuesday evening. programof everyone to come join In the Mr.
music and session by Mrs. Margaret Miller of the Far East Air Force. The from Friday until Sunday. QualityPHOTO
piano HALL
Instrumental MARK
merriment and fun Thursday night. and their QUKCTINQ CARDS Bit
the and Mrs. Maryon'ArnoJd.. At- FEAF is presently engaged In the and Mrs. Markham ,FINISHING.
auto-harp :was enjoyed under Prizes will be awarded. Funds night
Mary EllaWardHonored tractive plastic key holders were air defense of the Republic of guests had dinner Saturday 84 HR. SCRVICC: :
of Mrs. 1... A. Canova,
direction In
raised will be used to finance J. D. Scott
ShowerSt. given each guest as favors and Korea. with Mr. and Mrs.!
At president of the organization.The table centered worthy P. T .A. projects. Gainesville. That occasion was Cameras 5150
the speaker's was
recital by Louise Stern Captain Hiatt Is performing Markham's birth-
Mark's Parish House wall with a large tray arrangement of In honor of Mrs. "i'
which was to have been presentedat duties as an ,Air Force Contracting Home Demonstration. Club '
the scene of a lovely miscellaneous fruit and colored autumn leaves Officer In The Hellbronn Home Demon- day anniversary.Mr. PORTRAIT' 6kAOVIRTISINO
this meeting was postponed until and la charge of the hadas
Corn shocks, and about and Mrs. W. *!.-. :Feagle '
pumpkins
{ shower Monday eveninghonoring next regular! meeting on No- hay Purchasing and Contracting Sec-. stration Club..met Wednesday of Mrs. C. F.
Sunday
Miss Mary Ella Ward. whose marriage vember 21.Distrcit. the room carried out the harvest Jon at Andersen Air Force Base.I last week at the home of Mrs. Felix their guests Edwards and PHOTOGRAPHY Pu
time decorations with large Edwards, Robert B.
to Frederick L. Wattersonwill
Mrs. Hiatt Is Sapp with six members present.
presently: residing E. Carter, all
W.
and other Mr. and Mrs. Wedding &
be solemnized Friday eveningat baskets of goldenrod In Starke, where she Is awaiting New officers were elected, and IDS W. CALU.T. PHONI an Dial1l
7 o'clock In the Pine Level Bap- MeetingOf current 'wild flowers atop the I of Jacksonville. PoSt CARD"
resumption of dependents travel Miss Dorothy Rosa Home Demonstration Patricia Gary and STARKE. FLORIDA
tist Church. Hostesses for this BPW Held Here mantel and piano. Large letters, to Guam. Agent gave instruction Richard of Kingsley Village PHOTOS Will;Ih

delightful affair were Miss Haven "B & P W Club" centered the or- Linda Johns Our
In the weaving of belts. Each their grandparents, Reputation Is Your Guarantee
Hiatt entered the service In of of
Crosby Mrs. James Deaver, Mrs. District Four of the Florida ange and black streamers at the were guest Sati l
of Business ard Pro- of the April 1942 at Louisville, Ky., and I member present completed a belt. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yarboroughfrom J. R. Bullington
Paul Faulkner, Mrs. J, C. Sapp Federation stage end room
Mrs. Sapp served delicious refreshments until Sunday. D.D.
Thursday
was commissioned In April 1943,
Women's Clubs held its the afternoon session,
and !Mrs. Robert Ward. fessional Following i to her guests. PHOTOGlItA..HIJItKOCH'S

The receiving line consisting of quarterly meeting Sunday. October Miss Martin thanked the Starke at Miami. Notice .f Into''I..n ... Apply
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Starke Club. The state club for Its Sihool 1"0" t.Mti.. pent
the hostesses and honored guest 8. with the hospitality. CafeteriaThe 18 h..reb. given that the

stood In front of the mantel which Second Vice-President. Mrs. Wil- Property SoldThe Hellbronn school cafeteria under.llrn..d N"Ure Hnnklnor orporatlon War-

was banked with magnolia leaves helmlna Harvey of Key West, 'My Blue Heaven'With Is serving healthful balanced delicious will aPPly to Honorable of the $tete Fuller of Flor-

ferns and palms with a central arrangement gave the main address of the meet- following property meals to the students these ren Ida.,at Oovernor hlo oUlre In the State. ('apitol CUT

0 white gladioli, chrysanthemums Ing. Mrs. Harvey Is Membership Betty Grable lons have recently been transac-I days for ISc. Mrs. Eldon Sapp In the City 8lsl; ot day'aIiahae4ee.of October. Florldl\A. D.. DR
the RATE
on
and pompoms. At Chairman and spoke extensively Coming To Florida ed In the office of clerk head of the cafeteria revealed 1960. for Lettere Patent. covering the
circuit court: I, following Amendment to ite Charteradopted
yesterday a typical week's menu: etockholdere at ameeting
the
and Dalley Herbert F. and Willie M. Clover- by .Iork hold..... of said
Betty Grable Dan Monday, caked beans wetners, of the
I settle to J. T. and Lillie Land bank held at the office of ....1,1, bankIn JUST
I ARRIVED
share the stellar billing in "My lettuce and tomato salad, peaches, Marks, Florida on Ortobt-r 10th !
Hear Pastor Bob Gray Sunday Evening At house and store building,(the for holder
meeting the
musical which
Blue Heaven new In bread, butter and milk. Tuesday, I960 at .
mer Dan Moore store) Ther- than four-fifth of all the
7:30: Give Sound Reasons: Technicolor showing Sunday and $8,500.Loran near beef stew, mashed potatoes green of outstandingcapital more .tock of maid HOPALONG CASSID

Monday at the Florida Theatre. essa i peas Jello bread butter and milk. bank were present either In person

"WHY THE BIBLE ISGOD'S For the stars It Is the third Joint L. and Dorothy Connerto Wednesday, beef hash, rice, corn. or by a written proxy. and consent being thereto preMent on signed the- Dental Kit For The Kids
L. L. and Carrie Conner residence record of the meeting and voted
appearance. Together and apart lettuce and tomato salad, bread Dr. Meat's Toothbruch
A
on Broad Street:! 6000. I I unanimously to amend the Charterof Toothpaste, Hopp Sin
they have established themselvesas butter and milk. Friday chicken said. bank Increasing the capital
WORD"First tops In their trade, and an of- Joe S. and Doris M. Starling to I I and beans cheese, took from 126.000.00 to SO.OUO.OO. .
D. Dryden, property on Call turnip greens The Resolution adopted by the COMPLETE: $H SET
fering In which they co-star can be i, carrots biscuits, cocoanut pudding stockholders being as follows:
former Fish
Street ( Magnolia III
BE IT RESOLVED that Article
hailed as an event of considerable butter and mflk. Ftllday, chicken Bank
Baptist Church Hampton Market), 2400. of the present Charter of this
Importance."My pilau potato salad sliced tomatoes hn amended so that In lieu of Its.
Lucina M. Wynn to Carl C. present (lanicuRfftt. aid Article shall
Bible School 10( A.M. BTU 6:30 P.M. Blue Heaven," taking Its Wynn. old James Green place on cookies, bread butter and milk.. read as follows:

At 11 A.M. title and story cues from the favorite new Blandlng road. 3000. ARTICLE! III
Morning Worship Mr. and Mrs. E. S. and "The amount of the Capital Stork of
old song by Walter Donaldson J., S. and Bertie Austin to H.H Sapp said I Corporation.OO.hV be Fifty FOOT BAL

Come and enjoy the singing of the Gospelatrcs and George Whiting concerns and Frances B. Hamilton farm sons.Ing Mr.Rudolph and Mrs.and S.Joe B., were visit-and Thousand may be Increased<| or decreased II. which from

Itself with the efforts of a celebrated home east of Lawtey 14,000. Reyes time to time, according to law. to b. y
the latter's new baby in Jackson- divided Into Two Thousand Sharesof
Estate Dink Ins
huaband-and-wtfe team of of Charles to
ville the par value of TwentyriveDollars
radio entertainers, (Miss Grable Frances Whitehead, property in Sunday.Mr. (13100) each."
Lawtey. 3000. ) and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Florida Bank At Stark. Stnrke, OFFICIAL KIDDIES
and Mr. Dalley) to have them-
FI<.rlda. Hy; W. B. Sewell Prexldent.
ANNOUNCEMENT selves a family. "And baby makesthree" Paul and Johanne Rosier to son, Gerald were visiting Mr. a no Attest: S. I.. Pe"k1 Jr., Ca.hler'
Mrs. B.J. Date October\ ). 190. $2.49 98c
Eggers and Mrs. Owen
Sarah Baugh, 33-acre farm place
Is their theme, but, when It ah Florida
and McRae In Jacksonville for"Ir.t: ,
that can't have their between Hellbronn .State Sunday.Mr. The Amendment rs
proves they Farm, $5,000.Unusual ) and Mrs. R. W. Duke and hereby approved 60thl. llth day ofOctober
The Fish MarketIs own and efforts at adoption fall A. 1)
Magnolia It daughter, Linda and Mrs. Earl C. 1\[. Oay. 15-\J
through, looks as though their Comptroller. State of Florida.
Bosford and daughter,
Mary Ann
wish won't come true. It does Cluster It 10130\

Now Owned And Operated Ry though and multiple, when two Of'Pecans FoundOne of Jacksonville of Mr. and were Mrs.guests ellx reCently Notlc. To-; Contractors:: ,

sources of adoption come through Sapp Office of the State lImed Itepartment
and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Tallahassee. Florida'' .
CLYDE W. COLSON just when the Morans learn they two three. four, five, six .. October 17, ..1!80 .-' C
M .... .
can have their own after all. even-yes, sure enough there were '.-u..n. I iwm IIVJUIIVA" .., -.w- -- -
Sealed bide will be received at the
seven pecans In the cluster on one County Court House Auditorium HAVING A PARTY?
Drooknvllle, Florida from qualified .
ADDRESSESOF stem brought to the Telegraph of- STATE FARMBy
Contractors until 10:30: A.M.
I
FRESH FISH AT ALL TIMES fice this week from the grove of IE8."n the Slit day of Octo- We have Hallowe'en goods galore! Hats. Party

INTERESTPvt. John Pleffer and G. A. Case. ber I960 for the construction of the Horns Masks Noise Makers. Jack Oj
OYSTERS & SHRIMP IN SEASONPh. MM. Bryan WTiltneld folltrwlnff. projects: Crepe Paper,
Mr. Dryden who tends the Federal Aid Project No. 8-273 ((1)).
Catherine D. Gainey, Co. I, Job No. JH53-SSO Htate Head N...' terns, etc.
243 204 K.: {'iili St. Starke 3rd Bn., 2004 ASU WAC Tng grove states that he has occasionally Death H-23S Bradford County between
William Thornton 'tate Road No. 18
seen six nuts in a at Brookor and
Ctr., Fort Lee Va. clulter'l Sympathy Is extended to Mr. and Htate Road No. 100 East of Lake
but to his knowledge this
< George H. Bunch Peninsular Mr. E. A. Stafford Butler.V rk consists of restarting-: '
and to
first time that there have ever Mr. constructing 6" Mmerock Stabilised
WATCHMAXtRI Drive, Halnes City, Fla. and Mrs. Dave Thornton In BIIHB I 17' wide with Type 2 Bituminous
A'ASK THE MAN WHO-KNOWS j YOUJR the )
1 been as many as seven on one Surface Treatment 18' wide two ;
; ( Mrs. Llllle Edwards. 417 N. E. stem. death of their brother William F. concrete box culvert bridges. ; small: NYLO

4th St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Thornton, which occurred at the drainage structures: and Incidental
The PhlefTer-Gase grove of 300 Itenm. The net 'length I Is 8.840 mll...
W M. Oliver, change of address Stafford home Friday ;
i T11Tii trees Is what Is known as the old morning .
I from Durant. Fla., to 2108 \V.I October 13, folloWing long ,illness ,
YOUE: Heenan Williams place. They report wyGIVES
Jq T Iid I Church care D. P. Mathls, Orlando Funeral services were held
If
..::.. I Fla. an average crop this year at South Prong Cemetery In Baker' 111 ii YFAST1VtRELU HOSE

Mrs. J. S. Austin, change from ATTENTION PEcAN GROWERSThe County Sunday afternoon.

Lawtey to Lake Geneva. Starke State Farmers Bridal Shower EPI'71i

I. Rev. J. B. Dixon change from Market will hold the first pecan Mrs. Marlon Crewiv Jr_ was! :( when COLD ;

North Carolina to 323 East 4th sale of the season on Thursday, hostess at her home Thursday ;J "I,
MISERIU. STRIKI ,
St., Jacksonville, Fla. Oct. 26. at 2 P. M. All pecans tc afternoon October 12, at a shower :- 51 Guage . .

T. F. Hutto. 1726 Buckman, be sold must be not later than In compliment to Mr. and Mrs. -

d My personal Integrity anil profession, backed by 40 years Jacksonville, Fla. 1:30.: Delbert Crews who were recently I.fil'j\ were 1.59

of experience In Fine Watch IUpalrlng In GuaranU-e married. The charm
your J. C. Dixon, change from Lawtey Anyone interested in selling pecans of the party ,

j of Satisfaction. Authorized Distributor for Hamilton to Rt. 2, Box 153: 1-6. Gainesville any time during the week rooms was enhanced by lovely ag I&C r 60 . c.
1 Elgin, and flulova Watches. Fla. either before or after the sale may arrangements of seasonal 'flow F! Guage

contact the market as buyers will era. In a contest that when unscrambled STARKE FL-: were 1.9S
Ed Simpson Gem [ i. :
Jewelry
offered
be here to pay top market prices. good wishes to :
Unit CaretakerSgt. the honored couple, Mr .
H.
AT ALL TIMES. M
II Seaboard Railway Watch Inspector L Rlcharde won a what-not Fri, Sat., Oct. 20 21
S (
orna- fft
Starke' Leading Jcwelrr" l-c O. P. Hutto assumed his I ment. Following the opening of DOUBLE FKYII'RBMYSTERIOUS Only" Two Pair

I ; -._.-' ; ; duties October 1 as unit caretakerat I the gifts cup rakes were served

I the National Guard armory In PINE LEVELBy with punch to those attending.Mr. .

Starke. Sgt. Hutto will be employed MR. WONGWith "

: 'e .. on full time basis. IU.... H. M. !SIcRae .1 and Mrs. I... F. Chapmanreturned Fresh! Fresh! Fresh Peach
Beta
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home Lugo
Friday of last

RECENT BIRTHMr. I week. During their absence they ANDCowboy Shipment Whitman's SUNDAECHOCOLATES
A large congregation was present were at their
and Mrs. R. L. Hayes of Ox- I Tennessee home at
at Pine Level Baptist Church Fairfield And 19c
where
ford I they had as their
N. C.,
are
Let Us announcing the
Sunday morning and evening. We guests Mr. 'rt'Ill1l'
and Mrs.
_, birth of Robert S. The With Whlpp"
a PrizefighterWith
daughter Rebecca
Evelyn are glad to have Mrs. W. E. Hall, Chapman of Orlando. From Just Arrived
Tennessee
on October 10. Mrs. Hayes I.the Is wife of our pastor, back with us Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bannon

Cover Your Furniture'WITH former Carolyn Colson, daughter -I again following a long illness .went to St. Louis Chapman Mo., for Sr.the, Also Short ft Serial

of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Colsonof Mrs. A. F Hall and childrenof .annual meetings of The Wardens' Founta
Meet
Starke. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. Association of the United States Sun., Mon. Tus, Oct. 23-24: Me At Koch's

and Mrs. L. A. Crosby Saturday; and the American Prison Congress

BLOOD DONORS Mrs. Hall purchased two fat pig While In St. Louis Mrs. Chapman Our Very l Own

New, Beautiful -Mrs.. Catherine- .NEEDED from the Cioabys and after they spent_ ._several days with Mrs. E. -S S Come to Koch's for
Kuhn
been who has were butchered she stored them In B. Williams who will be remem Fancy Granger Ann Blyth, I *' 5.

a patient at Riverside Hospital. -I her deep freese. bered as having visited Mr. and Joan Evans, Jane WrattAlso most'
(IPLASTICLEATHER Jacksonville, for fastest finest,
some time.' Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Layfield :Mrs. Chapman last year. Cartoon & NewsWr'iL I ,
Is making slow
a recovery follow I Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
of Gainesville and Miss Goldie Bradley had I
ing a rather serious operation on Thomas of Brooker as their Sunday supper Thurtu. Oct. sonable prescription
Sept. 25.: .were recent guests 25: 26 '
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mr .and Mrs. Vance Geiger and DOUBLE FEATURE _

It was necessary ror Mrs. Kuhnto Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley and % % vice in Starke.DRUG .

have two blood transfusionsand Mr. and Mrs. B. ),1. their sons, Clinton and Jack Wayne. One

So Easy To Keep Clean & New Looking she would be most appreciative Gainesville were dinner Myrlclc guests of of; of Jacksonville. Way StreetJames

it she could obtain three donors Mr. and Mrs. David Dreadenand

Phone 239 For A FREE Estimate to repay her account to the I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and Mr. and Mrs. Rosa Rosslter Mason, Maria Toren,

Jacksonville Blood Bank.It Mrs. Sue Myrlck her. Sunday.Mrs. of Jacksonville spent Sunday with Dan Duryr. STOi

Is necessary to credit one' acCount Sue Myrick wa visiting herbroth..r Mr. and )Mrs. L. Durden.

Chas. C. with twice as. much as was In Orlando last week and Following a three weeks stay PLUSPROJECT l ll

ShepherdCourt only used In one the donor transfusions has been and obtained.Mrs. so far. netce.was accompanied Mrs. VV, K. Miller home of by York her, with C O.Mr.Dunn and returned Mrs. J. to C.his Wallace homeIn XAll K 0 OC C H FREE D '']


.t Madison. Si'*. rh. 239 Starke, Florida j Kuhn would also appreciate the Pa., who spent Sunday night with St Louis Mo., Thursday of last Star Cast Phone 53 .'

note from friends Mr Myrlcks. .
Television .:. Seat Covers -:- Radios Catherine Mr. and week.During Also Latest New
Kuhn. Room IS: Riverside Mrs. Fred Conner of the past week Mr. and .

Hospital Jacksonville. Jacksonville were dinner guests of Mrs. Charles Thornton and Mr. -- --- -- ---
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