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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 27, 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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[ lrful Starhe PTA Event To Get Under. Bradford Ranked As Third County : Rapid Progress Made On ProcedureFor



At, 5 P-.JI. Friday-Hampton, Lawtey In 1949 Production of Putowood Work Clothes if.
Factory
\\Brooker All To Celebrate Saturday Night Obtaining tin A


IrOME ONE COME ALL I to the t>ig PTA Hilts cords Bradford of County, with 32,584 It wa* pointed out that the 30 foundation laid here
pulpwood cut In 1949. l Is Florida counties now under fire The was
beginning this afternoon (Friday) at 4Ik
Carnival reported as the third ranking Flor protection contain 12,500,000acres this week.for the formation of '
continuously until 10 tonight. COUNTYWIDE MASS MEETING CALLED ,
ida
and running I county in this Important indus of timber land. Exclusive of Federallyowned ,

)hel chool campus between the elementary (primary M) building try. The value of this forest pro- lands, there are some Bradford County Development

e cafeteria will be transformed into gala carnival grounds with duct alone was approximately 20,000,000 acres of total forest For Tuesday, Oct. 31, County Courthouse, 8:00 P.M. Enterprises Inc. whose immediate ,

' goblin and spooks1 riding high. I 407000. lands, leaving 7,500,000 not covered objective will be the

flinty of fun for everyone l is In the offering: There will be ponypIctU' This Information Is in line with at the preseent time. FOR THE PURPOSE OF ORGANIZING construction of a factory; '

shows, country' toro, fish pond fortune telling:, food a recent announcement by the Florida Eight more counties-Bradford.
Inc.
rink booths spook house and all kinds of booths with the tra. Forest Park Association that Union Baker, Putnam Seminole BRADFORD DEVELOPMENT ENTERPRISES, building to be used by the ,,

tal fun makers' and balloons. forest product Industries are now Manatee, Sarasota and Hamilton- I Siceloff Manufacturing: Co. o( .

Le of the most unusual and entertaining: attractions will be the rivaling the state's great citrus will vote on fire control in the OBJECTIVE: Lexington N. C.

Picture shown which will be shown In the school building. Industry In value of output, pay- General Election of November T. CONSTRUCTION OF A 'FACTORY BUILDING In a series of meeting held almost -

ham supper with all the "trimmings" will be served roll and freight shipments."The "The effect of this forestry .conservation dally throughout thIs week ,
baked growth of the Industry will will be to multi- of the
program the Board of Director
6 i until 8 p.m. in the new cafetrla at Tlc: per plate. follow the Increase In our forest ply manufacturing plants increase Those who attend this!! meeting and purchase shares will be entitled to Chamber of Commerce laid the .

otball fans will ge the thrill of their lives when they see the growth, and the permanence of employment and Job security and become ORIGINAL', INCORPORATORS and will have their names inscribed preliminary groundwork for the ,

licit business men of Starke playing:football clown suits. Thereto the Industry will depen'd upon the create I In Florida one of the strongest on the Charter. _, 'formation of the corporation. '
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clown cheerleaders\ and two clown performers to add torrtment. maintenance of our timber "
be supply, and most firmly sustained In- In of the director *
The football game will be played late In the after- a spokesman for the association II a meeting :
dustrial establishment in the Nation I I
at 1:30: P.M. Tuesday H. V. Knightwas
Admission will be 10 and 23 centa. said. ," the forestry men maintain. Your Presence Is Urgently Requested. elected a* attorney to handleall

following supper a double header baseball game will be playedring legal matters incident to the

the first public appearance of teams in the new Midget Base- formation of the corporation and

ague> being sponsored by the, American Legion. Admission toajeball Tornadoes Down I Bank Increases Methodists To Hold Last Service In Present negotiating.. with the manufacturing -

I event l Is 10 and 35 cents. company. Guy Andrews was ; ;

concessions will be 10 cents each..'including the picture Dinner elected to serve a* temporary- ) '"
1 other Building This Planned
Sunday Basket
StockBy '
Alachua 196The I Capital ; chairman of the organizationgroup

following the baseball game a-dance will be held in the USO; ad- The First Methodist Church of and other temporary ,
Placing Materials! on Grounds!! for New Methodist Church officer were chosen follows: T.
10 cents. order of the Board of Directors Starke will hold ?
un a special Recog H. Slad. vice -chairman; E. L
BHS Tornadoes led all the
PTA president, and Mrs. T. H. Slade! ,, carnl-
Lawson of Florida
ktrs. H A. the Bank at
nltlon Service and S. I
Matthews
way in downing an undefeated Sunday momlJ'l'October : '' secretary; *
urge everyone to come out and support the fund raising Stark. the officers of the bank S '
airman Alachua. eleven 19-6 last Friday 29 at 11 o'clock In honorof %? -' Peek Jr., treasurer
have made' application to State
Lai.Indications. night In Alachua. The second hall Final detail will bIt worked out '
the more than 37 devoted
are that the carnival today will be bigger and bet- Comptroller C. M. Gay, for author_ pastors
of the In at a countywide mass meeting
was I i
game played
ity, and his approval thereof tc and the hundreds of faithful
for old and
frolic Is
iaa ever. Plenty of food fun and promised steady rain.Halfback. to be held In the courthouse next _
: Increase the captital stock of the members who have served In this
alike. COME ONE! COME ALI! Carl Johns provided the 1 Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. AIT 4&
; bank from $2 ,OOO to 50000. church during Its 8T years of history
necessary punch to win In the Interested persons are Invited and
The increase Is to be in the city of Starke. This
whin: proposed urged to attend this Important
fourth
res Close Early I I Midgets To Play leading quarter 7-6. Jack Hazen Bradford was dead was made by the declaration of' a lot will be the last Sunday the Meth- H meeting.The .

| Carnival Events Double HeaderAt ly with his aerial game, completing percent ferred'from dividend the with funds account.trans odist the present Congregation sanctuary will as worship It I. to in manufacturing plant was
surplus
nine out of IS passes, with reported to have definitely settled
Carnival TonightFriday be. torn down and a new sanctuaryand
The stock dividend has been made
Itlnj Into the gala holiday Thomas hanging on to seven ol on Starke as the site of Its Florida
educational building to be con
J of Hallowe'en, a majority ofe night at the P. T. A. them. possible by the conservative policy structed on the present site branch plant If satisfactory
established and maintained by the
business house have sign Carnival the people of Bradford The Methodist Church in Starke ___ arrangement can be worked out '
.
| !'TTI TirBll bank first with respect to its loan here for the construction of thebuilding.
close their County will get a chance to see the AUrhui was first organized In 1863 when
agreement to Baseball teams Inaction POint downs 18 1 policy, and second, in respect tc Local business leader
Friday) Midget League Pauses attempted 16 14PaH dividends paid. Starke was then only a pioneer
at 5 p. M. today, ( .. _ expressed themselves this week 4
at the high school stadium. a comptetml 0 1 t toettlament six old. A small -- _
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years -'- '-
jiat I all store personnel might that Panne Intercepted. X 1 W. B. Sewell, president of the a* being confident'that these condition 1
Thomas
Coach Herb reports
log Methodist Church built at
was '
of the an- header Yd*. gained, runhlnir.. ito 114< bank stated that the increase In building was remodeled Colonel carried foward still further and can be met with the whole.
events double 4Futnblen
jcipate' In the his boys will play a Yd. gained pa ln* 114 the location of the present parsonage.
benefit with all of the profits I a the Institution's capital stock is Indicative i G. L. Peek and his son Carlyle now the dream of a ,new buildingIs hearted, cooperation of the ,com
IPTA. Carnival which gets un- game Penalties. yards SO IDAvernir 120 N. Church Street The
of the bank's faith in ths made the first stone blocks ever about to become a reality munity.ThelBtceloff. '
will\ ,
going to the PTA. Tickets ** punt"' y.lt 4 Ij land given by Captain and -
school was '
|ay at that time on the future of Starke and BradfordCounty. !! has been
manufactured In Starke to veneer Work on the removal of the present company
25 cents.
be 10 and I Mrs. John C. Richard. .
BHS took the opening Preaching
di The boys "It is a step that adds the, newly located church. ArchH. sanctuary will begin Monday, manufacturing work clothe since

i 1. R. Wainwright and Mrs Mayor J. R. Wainwright will\ kickoff and marched all the way to weight to the progressive aids ci( Service were held Irregularly. TIde Green and 'n" led'out! the oaks October 30, and the constructionof 1909 and I Is well known In the industry -
throw out the ftrst ball and AmerIcan to have i t first church had only one room,
Alachua's goal only
Coving-ton, who circulated the ledger," he sai.U.N.Only on the Jel'farlOIStreet sideof the the new church will begin as with a reputation for pro- 'ibducing
Legion Post Commander A. the goal ruled but the pews .were divided for the
I'osing'! petition among the completed pass over site, which have now attained soon as the ground has been clear a high quality line at a
3. Thomas, Jr., will catch. The out fumble. Five plays later, men to sit on one side of the bulld- '
i, stated that cooperation on an a HopeTo large, al...*Ther%\ were...approxi. ed. 'Russetl Beymore ,of Jackson', .omp Utlv Junior Midgets will begin the game Alaohua fumble, the rag and the wom".on th, other,
aided _
art of most business"places, by an mately ISO members of the Churchat ville.. in the archlt.et< and Ben r. ,clothing store have bought from
wlUj" Teredo's Chevrolet captained -Tornadoes threatened again, onlj Avoid Chaos as was the custom of the day. This : for and
very commendable.:> They ex this time. Hall, of Stark., will supervise the this manufacturer years
d the appreciation of the by Glenn Reddish playing Noe- to fumble over the goal line. Dean-Page Says early structure was used not only. The Rev, B. M.], Montgomery, now construction.The report very satisfactory dealingsIt 1It
by Marvin for religious but for various
'Autos, captained purposes
gel the
could not
Alachua stop
But
to the business, men signing will come pastor of the First Methodist building Committee !I. com was stated that the plant
The Midgets gatherings.In
Brown. community
greement. Kopelousoa will Tornadoes and on five running "The United Nation Organization 1884 the Church In Bradenton, was named pound of Mrs. L. A, Davis. Chlrman -,would employ some 100 to 129
piesent
on next. George plays,'after the second quartet offers the only alternativeto parsonagewas pastor of the Starke Methodist ; B:. L. Matthews, Secretaryl workers to begin,with, with possibilities t5
B. )
with Alvarez Store to play erected on North Church St.
join started. the BHS boys went from International chaos." stated Church In 1935: Under his leadership for expansion In the fuI -
W. B. Sewell. Treasurer T. H.
[nival Queen Lumber Co. and P. D. and frame church was built on ;
a
T. Thomas
their 34 yard line for the flr.t8core. Dean E. of the College I
own Ralph Page an'unused building not far Slade, Chairman of the Construction ture. The starting payroll was estimated -
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and business North Palmetto Street east
1 Be Crowned Reddish. These men Fullback James Prevail of Arts and Science., University just from town was purchased, wrecked Committee; C. H. Nasworthy, I at from $200,000 to $251',., 4i
Legion of
American the residence of Mrs.
with the present
firms along covered the last 29 yards on < of Florida In a United Nation and the lumber used to erect 000 annually. The manufacturer
Festival General Chairman
Finance L. A.
ampton this county- Marcus F Brown. The land and :
are sponsoring beautiful off-tackle run. Hazen'ikick Day address in the Bradford the present recreation hall and 'stated that he would be willing to
lumber Simon J Davis, Carl Johns, L. D. Vining,
actlvltiy. were given by
wide youth for extra point ;was good. High School Auditorium Tuesday Ii
I Hampton PTA met Monday Temple a trustee of the Church Sunday School rooms. Demandsfor Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. Jeannette execute a bond assuring local inventors -

[lie school auditorium and The Midget League would like All the Bits grldders played evening October 24. who was operating a large sawmill additional space led the congregation Klncald, and Rev. T. G. Mitchell. that he would come here

to acknowledge the contributiont hard and the defensive Dean Page was the main speak. under the Rev. O. C. and his manufacuring ;
| final plans for the Hallo- the a good, game just north of town and was anxious Almost (''',ooB in cash has been perform op-
I Homecoming celebration at and moral assistance given by Bill line plays thwarted the Alec er for the United Nations program for his employee. to have the benefits Powell, now pastor of the Avondale raised toward the new building and eration when the building Is com ''

following: Setzer's Stores, In In thirst sponsored by the Starke Methodist Church In Jacksonville,
Hampton Elementary School hua offense every way of a nearby church.In It Is estimated that approximately pleted. Ii

turday night Oct. 28. FesVs Mundy, Robbin' Store and Abe halt, with the Indians gain Ministerial Association and the 1898 under the leadership of to enlarge the Recreation Hall. '3 ,OOO more will be needed. The company already sells a

will begin at 6 P. M. Bessent. ing only one first down and thai Starke public schools. Rev. M. H. Outland, the Church This building has been of Immense During the construction of the large volume-of work clothes In

I addition to delicious things on a completed pass. The Rev. B. E. Simmons, pre purchased the present strategicsite benefit to the community at large burn granted permission by the Florida and desires a branch plant i

I there will be fortune telling, Ghosts And Goblins Kenneth Johns, Billy Booth and ident of the Starke Ministerial on the corner of Walnut and for various functions. new sanctuary, the church has here to facilitate service In this

pinny room," fishpond, an old Will Ride High Jack Hazen made tackles thai Association. presided at the pro. Jefferson Streets Eight years During the pastorate of Rev. W. Stark. Woman' Club to. use expanding market. It will also 4 ;

Ined spelling bee with Prof- could be heard on the far side ol gram and introduced the speaker. later the Methodists saw the Importance J. Churrhwell, now pastor of the Us building for the Sunday morning serve Georgia and Alabama from

'At Brooker EventThe field Special music was furnished by 1 Main Street Methodist Church In this plant. ,
T. Wiggins giving out the the of placing the Church church services and the holding ,

> There will also be the usual Hallowe'en Late in the third quarter Alac- the Bradford High School Band un nearer the center of the town Jacksonville a building committee of the adult Sunday school ''Further expansion at Its home
Brooker PTA der the direction of Carl Roberts ,
walk and crowning of, the Saturday hua marched down from Its own ,. which had now grown to a population was appointed and plans were approved classes. plant In North Carolina I I. not desirable
Carnival will\ be held and the Bradford High School I '
mlng Queen. Prizes will 5 1 31 yard line to Bradford's 4 with I. of about 1,000. The Rev. C.I for the construction of a because of keen labor competition -
at service
October 28, beginning Glee Club directed by Mrs. L. A. The Sunday morning ,
and educational
e n the winners In the various night the a first down and goal to go. The W. White led the relocation activities new "sanctuary I In that highly Industrialized ,
P., M., and will be situated In I I Canova The Rev. T. O. Mitchell building. The congregation votedto October 20, promises to be on. of
II. stout Tornado line rose up though, In 1906. A contractor agreed area. it was said.
open near the depot. A chicken gave the Invocation and the Rev. remove the present sanctuaryto the most significant services In the i
Indians back, gain to the frame structure -
formeI' pupils will be guests and rice supper will be the main I and threw the L. D; flames pronounced the ben move make room for the new edltlae.The history of the First Methodist
8 after half-mile to the Walnut
their own
liar and the oldest person worth mentionIng Ing the ball on ediction. some Church In Starke All of the
attraction and it Is plans called for a new educational -
'four attempts by the Indians te and Jefferson Streets location for i 45,000 SeedlingsStill
I
t. who has attended the that the Brooker ladies are Bradford couldn't move and Speaking on the subject. "What the sum of $200. After Jacking up', wing at the rear of the new former pastor, members, and

ton school, will receive a jrtannflig a meal worthy ofBrookers SCQre. from back of, the the United Nation Means to I the building and placing log rollers sanctuary, running north to join friends are cordially Invited to at-
"roe award. for good Johns punted America," Dean Page said that tend. Following the service the
reputation the Recreation Kali replacing the
goal line to Alachua's 4f). From I under it, the 'contractor useda Available
cooking and eating. the Indians scored their only despite the apparent weaknesses stump puller operated by one temporary Sunday School rooms congregation will enjoy an old '
there,
tey To Celebrate will of the United Nations Organization the south of the fashioned "basket dinner" On the
Brooker's King and tjueen: touchdown with John Richard goIng gray horse to move the church now forming wing
crowned. prizes will be award it "offer the only ray of down to the corner of present Recreation Hall. Under the grounds. A large number of former T. k. McClane.Jr.
|lowe'en Season be the final six yards. In world dark building County Agent .
and hope a politically pastors and members are
walked off of Rev. J. R. Hill, now expected
leadership
will be Walnut and Jefferson Streets Using .. announced that
ed. cakes held Carl Johns out today 43.
Coach Hobbs all the pit. Although the UN to for this, historic
sideshows return
day Night eaten, while all .the time, I of play except for punting because has "made little impression upon the framework of the Church pastor of the Dunnellon Methodist event. 000 free pine seedlings are still available -
A real Church, the building plans were
will be In operation. but with erected twenty years before the to Bradford county farmer -
I Lawtey PTA Carnival will Brooker : of a knee injury the minds of the majority of the
J 28 at Carnival welcome awaits in the score a close 7-6 the Tornadoes Amerclan citizens" it has the for the coming planting seas
[ Saturday Oct. ,
night I
hol < Saturday ,night! needed his power and speedy "potentiality for making, or breaking .,I Stolen Automobile Hospital Operation Four Killed HereIn on. Any farmer, 4-H Club boy or
I Future Farmer member who would
running to assure them of victoryIn our civilization. Listing the opportunities
following attractions will Old Pecan Tree I six plays. Johns scored for BHS, .. offered through the Is RecoveredA Discussed At RotaryA. Road AccidentsSo like to obtain up to 5,000 free

ted for amusement: a Tomb around said Far This Year slash pine seedlings do so by
Dean may
I the final six yards United Nations Page 10.
| minstrel the arst three During Storm going to M. Selg, a member of the
by Falls pltchoiit from Hazen. that it would: 19ta Ford sedan, belonging filling out an application at the
end on
Bah pond House of Hor- At J. W. White HomeIn left a bang-up'bali.( both offensively "Offer the only alternative to A. J. Eaves of Starke, was stolen cal hospital staff was guesl four person were killed and 38 County: Agent's office In the court-

variety booth country I Playing and defensively, Hazen International chaos: Thursday night. Oct. 19, and later speaker at the Rotary Club Wed Injured In the SO motor vehicle accidents louse. Mr. McClane reminded
I ball
pitching, hot dogs cake 1805 when Richard Ray Alachun I.ae& ua his "Offer the opportunity to supersede recovered In Smithfield, N. C. nesday.. discussing various phasei recorded in Bradford Coun. farmers that the cut-off date for
M cream. i house and seven intercepted an stark psycopathlc fear ty during the first seven month of accepting, application Is November .
six-room ; .
bought a 35 yard line that staged thepetUp Sheriff P. D. Reddish said yes- of the operation of the Institution
ken DeWitt own
and baked ham land from "Offer the opportunity to avoid 1990. 1.The. .
suppers acres of final score. A 30- who announced will 5.
I for the terday that two youths gave which it has been
two
"rved beginning at I& P, Jones' father there were from punt formation), by the financial burden of the : their names Paul Reynolds and Bradford' mileage death rat. donor of those free tree., '
run as November 19.
the yard effective
of be closed
small pecan trees Just west with gains T>y Hazen military establishment which this Fred DuBoU, were arrested In (number of death per 100 million the Container Corporation of Aaerica -
along
house. They became very tall Johns Bennett carried to Alachua'i country must have to protect Itself 'North Carolina when they .'attempted I The speaker said that It Is no vehicle miles traveled was computed Is very anxious to get them

ent Births and bore bushels of fine-flavored 10.and Bennett running In good form against the Inroads of Communism to drive away from a fill- longer feasible for the three doctors at 13.6. lUtrlbuted only to farmer and

nuts.tn. the game carried to ; 5 Ing station without paying for connected with the hospital tc mall land owner. Those Inter-
following births have been 1899 J. Wesley White bought all during' and Ha.. "Offer .the opportunity to reduce Lions Give Calves sled are urged to make application -
.within inches of the goal burden of this their gasoline. They were tried operate It a* a private institutionHe
: eon- the financial '
'oCf1I tree
at North Florida Clinic: Ui. place and that pecan nuts ''en went over on a quarterbackplay I on charges of reek I.s* driving discussed methods by wnlch It For FFA FarmTwo : immediately. The trees of
and Mrs John E. Pearce annual gift of fine country. Dune, will not be delivered until
tlnued Its Mr.White's for the touchdown.The Dean Page closed his address by and larceny of gasoline, but sen- might continue to operate under

Oc l7.a daughter Patrice until 1928 when, soon after stormblew offensive play of Billy Booth urging that the utmost support be trace was suspended when It was county or public ownership. calve for the new Future around Christmas time which Is
equlnoxlal the. best time to plant pine tree.
death. an and Carl Johns' kicking were given the United Nations Organization learned that the car was stolen Following his talk, several members Farmer experimental farm were

LMd Irs. Albert J. Newman, the tree down. several standouts Richard and Fitzgerald by all those Interested. Inpreserving This w** done In order that the ,of the club expressed themselves -
got *
a uo n. Thomas David Oct. Then George C. White and outstanding for Alachua. the well being of the boys might be brought back her.' as realizing the need of a arranged for at the regular meetIng Lawtey Church ,
tree up were of the Lions Club Wednesday
men to raise the and in a people of the world and the advance for trial on the more serious hutpiUi in this community and I/as HomecomingThe
It .
I IJId< Mrs. Barney J. place supports around valiantly Pack of civilization. 'charge. Sheriff Reddish expectsto likewise voiced hope Uiatt some night.A

a daughter few years It was bearing Cub Scout go up and being them back as method would be found to keep fund raised by donations from homecoming at the Meth- I.

.Joons'l again. had a beloved Meeting Oct. 26' Dancing: SchoolTo : soon as they have signed waiversof the institution in operation here. member at the meeting was turn- lust Church Sunday of last week

past Starke extradition ed over to FFA Advisor V. R.Fbrguflon. ,
18 President Bill Graham appointeda
Mrs. years
L'J Harold ReV. vas well attended. Many' former
Glen MeetIng
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III, a ion, Presbyterian frinl5ter! The regular monthly Pack Begin Clases Mr. Eaves has already brought:> committee* to look into the mat- .! also a Lion, for the purchase nember from other place were
Raymond. Oct. especiallyfond -
I who was Scout Pack 70 sponsored of calf for the BradfordChapter'
H. G. Denlson. sc of Cub the back his car which was undamag: ter. one reeent .but only one former putor. -
tree. Episcopal Buchanan Studio of
that St. Mark' The farm. ,The second calf
and of nut from "the by I The program was In charge of the Rev. C. M. Worthington. 4
Mrs. Ollle Thornton'I JW.. White called it Church will be held Thursday Dance will open fall cLasses in tap E. L. Matthews chairman of the wa donated by Mayor J. R, Wainwright ,.. .
Mr. toSt. ballroom ed.To I tired" of Jacksonville was able.o
and
Vernon o'clock acrobatics
Nelson. Oct. 7:30: ballet. '' Lions
26 at of the'
president
| Oct.
tree. night. club Information committee. .
Denlson diameter Crescent be present Bishop R. H. Short
in City
In Nov. 1. '
I II"d : It Is now over two feet 70 Mark's Parish House.A dancing on Wednesday Club,and will come from hi. private silvered the homecoming messageulng -

Mrt- Lester James and very tall-but the National Roll Call and Inspection Starke.Registrations. Th4 to BEULAII CEMETERY WORKING herd. hi ,
g k October 18 for all classes w11'be BHX Tornadoes journey \ a.t subject. The Meanng -,
111.t, a ion Le.ter.. James, mile an hour wind of 10 It1a will be held at this time and mad. between 3 And 9 o'clock Crescent City tonight (Friday) and There will be a working of the M. C. Well, Joe Arnold and of Prayer." At the noon hour
roots. uniform -
blew It over 'by the old each Cub 1 11 asked to wear his Tuesday. Oct. 30. will probably be followed by a Beulah Church Cemetery In Clay John Arthur Torode were the & bountiful,dinner.* served allUle
too and.
::i frs. Albert C- Manaue. now a 'ad .Ig-ht. It I. faith.ful" to the meeting. on Monday large number of local funs. This County Saturday, Nov 4. AU interested chef for Wednesday night'* aup- church I.WIThe attendance
UBO. ,

:rh tar born Sunday In St.. of Starke baS pamed on ot Hr- ? demonstration and plan win be Any secured by calling, phone 133. < scheduled Coach James Hobbs an- attend bringing tuoU, according to ribs with all the trimmings topped to three hundred Arty. '

,''' IUt Mr.. Maner *.- more than 9. half a century made for future activities: be nounced. I Miss Elma Thomas Secretary. off with apple pie. .. .

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daughter Mrs. Joe Moreland. necessary to sprawl across two of the Rev and Mrs. W E. Hall I Palatka

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Lacy Johns Is gathering corn this of their fences and cover up a day.Mr.. and Mrs .Jack Nelson 01 iPINE LEVEL Monday afternoon, Mr. and Monday"Arlcy Mrs
week. nice'camellia bush. Jacksonville were visitors of Mr, S I-c James Douglas and Mrs. children, Harley Owen h4P

Mrs. Bill Banks was saddened The Dunbars are abort a few and Mrs. R. W. Brannen Sunday,, By Mrs. IL M. MoRse Douglas, of Pensacola, spent the Jacksonville vleltdl Ca
1879 E. L:; MATTHEWS. OWNMKDITONPublished were
t,i this week when she learned from plum trees, one big oak blown Judy Croft of Lawtey spent weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. ents, the H. M, 6 h
ber mother in Tennessee that her over but did no damage, but large Saturday night and Sunday withPatricia W. C. Conner. MCRae..SIIJ1
attended servicesat
Second
f Friday and Entered a*> Following well McRae
Every nephew, John Moore, of Canton, falling limbs from' another barely Willard.Mr. Mrs. H. H. Lewis returned home together
the foot Office at Starke, Flsw Pine,Level Baptist Church Sunday Eaves,
{ Clam Matter at Ga., was killed in action In Korea I missed the house. I : and Mrs. .John Crews and Pastor and Mrs. W. E. Hall Sunday after spending several uel ,Edward Parker 111
1950 Oct. 3. He bad been overseas about Eustace Kelley'a big new .h..I-1 their son, Allan, returned to their had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. days in Brooker with her son-in- In& Williams 'JI Starke war
MEMBER 18 months. ter was damaged and so home In Monticello Friday following A.R.Chance and children.,Edwardand law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs B., burk Coach and Mrs Dutcb
Mrs. Joe Parrlsh was In North I electric power line. a visit with Mr. and Mrs.O. Eleanor. M., Thomas. at Branford Sunda,.
w Babmrlptlon 32.50: Annually "1.30 For 8U: MontfciFTA | Florida Clinic at Stark.- recent Y The roofs of the Lester .John's E. Crews. W, C. and Marcus; Conner were Mrs. Robt. Myrick .and Mrs. Sue I TypeW1'II4 -bond

where she underwent an appendectomy bouse and barn were partially Mr. and Mrs J. G. Godwin and business visitors to Brooksvllle\ Myrick were business visitors to ream Telegraph: *HII !

blown off as was the NOt of the Harold Godwin were visitors of Thursday last week.
I FUNDS ARE WELL SPENT Among those enjoying "Gator Troy Dukes residence Mr. and Mrs. Jim B. Godwin In Dr. M. Watkins of Charlotte,

Once a year the public is invited to join in a round of Growl"and from Eunice this vicinity ,were Albert The Stafford-Creiwses were visiting Belle Glade last" weekend. N.C., and the Rev, and Mrs. Alfred I ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing

fun and festival-the annual PTA Hallowe'en Carnival-stag., and Btulah Mae Moody Moody and Seeber kids, In Hawthorn last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. String- Mears of Jacksonville were guests Established 1894
of ]loyal parents and teachers for the benefit of fellow and Miss, Melba
String-
ed by a group Tom Kerce, the Reddish Andrews- If you are hungry for greens
an altogether good cause. weld es, Leslie Sapp Nettle and Mar just drop In on Seeb and Beulah fellow were guests of Mr. and FREE !
Association does more than merely 4/00
For the Parent-Teacher jorle Moody, Mrs. Emily Moody, Mae Moody-they say that they- Mrs. Bob Barkley In Jacksonville
better relations between home and schOOl-important ILl that Is. It accomplishes Junior Thomas, Joe and Jon Lazen. 've really got 'em. Monday. Saturday Mr, and For Prompt FREE Removalof nom where I sit-.6 ,j0e
too. For Instance, during: the ; Mar
tangible things
definitely by. Mana Wiggins, Chester and Bill and Marie Banks are back Dead &Worth
Crippled
Mrs. ,
Stringfellow visited Mr
to the BHS
the PTA
1949-50 term a total of MOO was contributed by Edwina Moody, Nan Moody and In their home near Long Bridge.
library-$100 for the General Fund, used by both elementary and high Ralph Merritt. They were residing In Folkston, and Mrs. George Man nUlla in, less Cattle, Horses, Mules,

i school; 9160 for the Elementary Fund; and $140 for the High School Mrs. J. P. Hammock and daughter Ga. Green Cove Springs.PENTECOSTAL & Hogs .- You Can't BuildA

I Betty, were visiting her sister, Marie Sapp has already been HOLINESS Call 132 Starke: Better
Fund.The General Fund was spent for rental and postage on approximately Mrs. Bud,Moody, recently. been visited by Santashe'ssporting ICtli St. and Temple Ave. Mousetrap!
The elementary new Frailer. WE ALWAYS COME !
for the repair of the film projector a
and
fifty films Herbert and Audrey Bell Par- !Sunday! School 0:45: a. m.; Morning .
school funds were apportioned on a per capita basis nab are Leslie, ..J. B., and Sam White- "They're not the best-looking month.
and high receiving congratulationson ; Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Florida Renderers Farmers that
In order that each grade level might get the greatest benefit for the the birth of a daughter on Oct. head have planted one, one and Services 7:00: p. ... Everyone boarders a maa sTcr had. Hack owls are throwing iWi/Jf
largest number of children. Each grade and each department selected 15 at S o'clock. two acres respectively of 'ber- welcome. INC. Turner said one day,"and they're mousetrap known to

filmstrips for its quota of the money and these have been used ex- Mrs. Rhoda Dowling enjoyed a ries barrels recently.of Leslie last gathered 200 got awful tempera But I've found From where I sit,1I'hea'Dlanl"
week.
corn
tensively and have benefited each child from grades one through shrimp dinner with her grand- it pays to hare'em aroGDd..how.. a prejudice
daughter, Vivian Dowling Holder,' Hack was talking about a family croup of animals or ICallJlt

twelve.Other recent expenditures by the PTA have Included $175: for at Southslde Estates, Jacksonville,, FOR YOUR ,rjFiT- REQUIREMENTSIt of barn owls,nesting la his silo madly Just based oa lunar.u

library books for grade one through eight; $309 for an electric water Sunday. STATE FARMBy this year.Some:folks believe those: landing. For Instance,sou,
the of small children in the cafeteria; and Some of the Lake Butler vs. little white-faced screechera'Idllchickens are plumb Intolerant
far use
cooler with side arm Alachua football tans Friday nightof Pays To Trade With Slattt / and be shot abon(
fertilizer and grass seed for the school lawn. Mrs Bryan Whitfield ought to on as who enjoy alt i
for occulDIII
9140 for a ,hot dog at the annual last week were the R. J. Turn- sight.But Hack disagree glass of beer.Get 10 ;
that the dime you spend PROPANE" reap
So you see ers and R. J.:Jr's friend, Miss Wy- GAS
Let's all Join In and "Up at State University theyVe "* you're liable"trjnd
PTA Carnival really goes for a good purpose. lene Terry of Ft. White, the See Beverly Jo Crosby ,of New GAS ApplianrPrSLADE studied barn owl for years-and pretty
good
make the 1950 carnival the-most enjoyable and profitable of all. ber Moodys and Everett Renfroe. 1 River spent the past weekend I \\IV\ never known one to eat a chicken. 0 birds sttistl!
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Gene Andrews with Frances Caldwell.Dr. .
and Wayne Ha- Oa the other hand, a daddy owl
Missy Sapp, who is still confinedto ze nof Jacksonville were visiting and Mrs. D. I* Nix had as GAS COMPANY, Inc. will clean op around 800 mice aCo'yefghg,1950
her wheelchair.The relatives here over the weekend.R. their Sunday.guests Dr. and Mrs _
The Life And Times Lacy Johns' deep freeze Is :J. Turner, Jr., and Miss Wy- J. C. Odell and their children E. Call St Starke. Fl*.

Of New River FolksThe almost bulging and Mrs. Johns has lene Terry of Ft. White were visiting Clay and Sims of Jacksonville.Rev. ., ,Udted 3m,8retpq y
it full of fryers, strawberries. peas, the R. J. Sr.'s last weekend. and Mrs. Fred Dodd and
butter beans, squash, fish corn, The Russell Greens attended a their four children of Long .
R. J. Turners had a 'phone okra and what have you I Mrs. singing convention In Georgia Sun Bridge were dinner guests of Mr,
call from their son Wilbur nowetalioned John. avows they've got to "getto day.Mr. and Mrs. O. E .Crews at noon
with his Army outfit In eat in' so she'll have room for and Mrs. Frank Tomltnson Sunday.
stated that her pork. of Starke .were visiting their sons, Patricia Willard visited her
Worden, Wash. He
Ft. Roy and Frank Sunday. father, J. W. Willard In Starke LOVETT'STARKE
his wife Joan, who l 18 with him Little Wilbur Andrews was able )
The M. S. out during the weekend.
Hayes were In this
home In this week fol
now, will be returning soon; to be back school
Ralph Cox of
Live Oak
community Sunday. was
will other service lowing a week of absence due to
many
now. as
I Friends of Sgt. David Souther the luncheon guest of his parents,
men's wives out there. Wilbur Injuring a foot on the tractor cut-
I land will regret to learn that he Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox, Thurs-
add"d that he and many others
will be shipped to California where ter.Mr..and Mrs J. D. Overstreet and He was wounded flown In Korea last Week. FLORIDA Prices Good Sat. Oct.
was to Japan for hospl- -- Through 28th
living accommodations are not available grandson of Evergreen and Mr. tallzatlon. His dad learned of the ,
Joan, he continued plansto and Mrs. Shelton Edwards of Tam-
matter from, a buddy of David's Let Us
come home via Cortez Colorado pa attended services at New River who Thoroughly

where Bonnie she(Mrs.will visit Arthur Wllbur's) Wilbur.sister, Baptist Church Sunday. letter explained by the same he was plane mailing flying Da-the Wash Your Clothes Over 2000 Items Are Cheaper At Lovett
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thomas of vid to Japan. The friend expressed
There will be prayer meeting at I Lake City .were dinner guests of belief that David would be In the 9 Frauds
Uncle Ben Renfroe's home Satur-'the Bill Banks one evening this states !in about 30 days. Earnle

day night. Laurie McKinney 'of week. Southerland (David's father) received For 40c! TROPICALTomatoes,
.
White House will lead the service, Among those enjoying the singing official notification' from ARMOUR'S EVAPORATED
and everyone Is Invited to attend Convention In Live Oak Sun- Washington Saturday afternoon. FREE Bleach If Desired I IO
since Uncle Ben and Aunt Mae day were Bud and Nan Moody,
aren't too able to attend meetings Ralph Merrltt. Harold and Janice Storm DamageJohn
away from home. Shiver and children, Nellie Moody, and Sam Ella were spared
MilkS
Harry Swishers are beginningto and Miss Ida Merrltt. except that one big pine felt itRetterCeughRelief
We
eat and sell fryers now-the R J. Turner, Sr.. is suffering Will
nine week old reds are really bvautl from arthritis and his daughterinlaw Your
,
Dry Clothes
ful and average 2'l'! to' 3 lb. Mr. Martha Turner, has been car- .

Swisher preparing,signs to postIn I rying the mail for him. When new d'. !. fail For 20cIn
tig* or o < to stop .
front of his place advising Phyla Turner is enjoying her your cough rr chest: cold don't delay. NO. 2
tiassers-by about the fryers The ,South American orchid plant CreomuUion contains only safe,helpful New Automatic Driers!
Swlahers are expecting company ,which has bloomed for two proven ingredients and no narcotics 10 TALL
from their former home In Ohio ,weeks In various pink shades. They to jlsturb nature's process. It 29
goes right to the teat of the trouble to CAN
Mrs. Johns the : ea.
Lacy spent stormy -
just keep popping out on the same aid nature tooth and heal raw, ten CANS
days quilting. Incidentally, she stalk, and are very rare and un- der. Inflamed bronchial: membrane
sold a quilt to a Boca :R.I&ton reader usual. The leaves resemble those Guaranteed to please you or druggist
of our column. of pineapple, but are longer and refunds money.Creomulskm has stood The Washeteria
Mr. and Mra. Ellery Sapp and broader. the test of many millions of users. 14 OZ. GIBBSCATSUP NO. 303 CAN FRESH
daughters Joyce and Katrlnta. of Mrs Will Andrews was In Jacksonville CREOMUlfSIONnlMM Temple Ave. Starke SOUTHERN BISCIT

Jacksonville, were visiting Mrs. last week visiting her CMS**, Copt C 0'l h, Ant ImKkltls .

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W. B.Sewell, president of the Florida Bank at Starke, states that es- '::. >"or. ..l'< ? I Income t to Landowners
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tablishment of county-wide forest fire protection in Bradford County la a 1'1-\

matter of"greatest economic importance"and urges citizens to cast favorable -. : PULPWOOD (39,700 Cords) _______158800.00 "'.'' t.

ballots when they vote on the question in the November general election. SAWLOGS (2,996 M Bd. Ft.) __ :.._______ 38,948.00 ,

I .gu! 'JiStjJlifilSlfl; VENEER (34 M Bd. Ft.) ________ ____ --- 510.00

As a banker, Mr. Sewell said he constantly sees the value of this' ,... POLES (13,340 Pieces) _______________ 10,672.00 \

county's forest operations to all businesses as added income gets into circu TIES (11,220 Pieces) ________________...:__ 5,610.00 +4;
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Throughout Florida, there are large areas largely suited for little besides
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growing trees and Bradford County has many acres of this type, he ,.,,. I $217,540.00 M
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"Fire protection and good management will make these forested lands ,<: I Income to Workers.. .,
even more valuable than they were some years ago when they were first'' '
OPERATIONS __ ________ $ 83,528.00
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cut. On the other hand, we must recognize the proven fact that Florida is -- '

replacing:,by natural reproduction or replanting, only a small percentage of .: '., VENEER OPERATIONS _______________'_- 947.00
the trees that are being cut or burned every year,'' Mr. Sewell said. '' ... .'"': PULPWOOD: OPERATIONS ___________ 198,500.00.
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will more than double the value of the average Florida woodlands. We, :'<)' '\ II' >. ..- Y';' Subtotal$282,975.00
know that $3,000,000 damage is done on those lands by wild woods fires t .' ;. ',. ------------
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every year. The ultimate value of this destroyed timber in manufactured "fr< .' ''' : : .i "' rc: ,, .. ". '1"'f I' Total ______________ $500,515.00

form would be $40,000,000 in payrolls and products. :', .' \' ,/.IW' d I.,. .''. .<":\ <:" ':'":"- abr ir'; 1948 Gross from Naval Stores (of which 75 '

"We have a choice to make. Unless we establish county-wide forest ': ,'., ,. r-r't: :,:: ,. ':, ."' ? .': percent goes to labor) ____...._...>_----_ 287,500.00Bradford's ,:
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of our forests and the accompanying decline in their cash returns directly ;! j \, >\
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or indirectly to all of us; ; ,, > 1948 Total Forest Income $788,015.00
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Vote FOR County-wide Fire Protection : ,




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'. '. .,.'.''w..1;,.<\,:; : By A' Lame! GrouD Of Bradford County Citizens ,;.f":'( )"l-l I*v.vy .':' .:.. ... "

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.g rACE rorn BRADFORD COUNTT TBUEOKAFH 8TARKB, FLORIDA pjr.
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Evelyn Harper Mrs. Duncan Hostess Mary Ella Ward Weds Stork ShowerIs [Shower-Tea. Given Hallowe'en DanceThe --

Weds Richard St. JohnIn I To Ladies Auxiliary, I Mr. Watterson In Surprise EventMrs. lAt Dowling Home Hallowe'en theme Was car

rled out In the decorations and refreahmenta -
Georgia Church Mrs. K. G. Duncan entertainedthe Lovely CeremonyOn W. T. Jackson and Mrs. For Recent BrideMrs. at the dance sponsored Philco 'Famous

Ladles Auxiliary of the First Guy Andrews were hostesses at asurprise Woman' Club For Qualit"
Miss Evelyn Joyce Harper,, Church at her homeon Friday evening, October 20 W. E. Dowling, Mrs. JohnK. by the Junior ,
Presbyterian stork shower last '
daughter of Mrs. P. L. Harper North Walnut St. Tuesday at 7:30: o'clock, Miss Mary Ella evening for Mrs. Robert Q. Patterson Friday- Douglas and Mrs. RobertI Thursday evening of last week at I' Save The 10% Tax This Week On

and the late Mr. Harper, of Ocllla, evening. Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. at the Andrews home on North I Barksdale were hostesses at a love the club house. & Home TSell,
bride of Richard and tea Black with papier Freezers
Ca.. became the ly miscellaneous shower crepe paper
In absence of the president, the W. C. Ward of Starke and Fred- Temple avenue.
Vincent St. John. Bon of Mr. and I Thursday afternoon, honormg Mrs mache pumpkins festooned the
Mrs. V. S. St. John Saturday meeting was called to order by A. erick Lambert.Watterson, son of The rooms of the home were I James Maurice Edwards, Jr., who club room for the occasion A fe*.

morning, October 14 at 11 o'clock the vice president, Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson of decorated with seasonal flowers was Miss Betty Ann Long, before tlve bowl of fruit centered the refrealunent $14'93: Portable
Stern. Hampton were united in marriageby and a blue and white color motif I F" Mixer With
In the Methodist Church In White I' her recent marriage. table where a buffet ree. SIode't '
StudatUl Mrs. C. C. Wynn had charge) of the Rev. W. E. Hall in the Pine was carried out in the table decorations at 903-1103 Refrigerators I
Oak Ga. Rev. Clayton The residence of Mrs. Dowlingon upper was served midnight.All .
_ the devotions. Topic for the eve- Level Church. and I
_ brother-in-law of the bride, per- and Alaska." Mrs. Baptist gift wrappings. The North Cherry street was the members of the Junior
formed the ceremony. ning Wall "India The double ring ceremony was I surprise array of gift was rolled setting for the occasion. Artistic Woman'. Club are urged to bring

_ The young couple were attended Stern their and Mrs.findings E. M. Davis on collection reported performed beneath a bower of tall buggy.out to the The guest hostesses of honor In a baby:I arrangements of pink and white their donations of home-cannec Philco Refrigerator Mod 703 229.
; John. Floor basketa presented I
Edwin St evergreens. .of
Mrs.
by Mr. and church and motion gladioli carnations and pompoms goods to the "Country Store
the ,
The former Miss Harper chose plates for continue using the one' s white gladioli were placed at van their guest with a blue diaper-,1 I were used to decorate points of interest Booth" at the school Hallowe'en .
carried to
for her wedding; dress a lovely the: church has now with the */ tage points against the altar, fcottle bag.Gamea In the home. The serving carnival by 3 o'clock; Friday after Philco Model' 1601

hunter-green gabardine suit, complimented on bottoms. banked /.with ferns. Cathedral tapers were played during the|I table was overlaid with a beautiful noon.
of velvet
dltlou new
with black accessories In branched candelabra lighted evening and prizes were won by, hand crocheted cloth and helda 16-in. TV SET - _
She /wore a A letter of thanks was read from the lovely scene Mrs. W. U 229.
Hlnson Mrs.
W. E.
and white gloves. Angot L. Soda of the center arrangement of pink carnations Recent BirthsMr. Plus Tax & Ant.ennPhilco
shoulder corsage of white carna- Chaplain Miss Ward, given in marriage by Dowling and Mrs. James Bunch. and gladioli a low silver
. Presbyterian Hospital. San Juan I and Mrs. R. M. Lee, of
tions. for the fine gift of I her father, was attired in a charm- Present with Mrs. Jackson and I bowl. The centerpiece was flanked
Puerto Rico
Greenwich, Conn., announce the
of both immediate Ing autumn suit of ice blue teal Mrs. Andrews frlend.otlMrs. I In silver
Members the Auxll were 13: by burning white tapers
and hospital linen sent by I birth of a son on Wednesday-: 3-Way (AC, DC,
j families attended the wedding worn with a pink blouse and Patterson.rU.D.C.ToMeet. holders. Battery)

.__1 the dinner which was given at the lary. gloves. Her accessories were of I Mrs. S. G. Denmark, Jr., greetedthe 25. Mrs. Lee was the former Helen Portable Radios .
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It is' hoped that each member Dowllng daughter of Mr. and 29.95
I Methodist parsonage following navy blue, and she carried a white r ( I guests at the door. In the receiving I to 38

.h....... -ftaVAtvinnV.Following-._...-.. .. I'will send a card to. Mrs.L Catherine_..____L.. Bible. with a shower corsage of ; line were the three hostes-I J Mrs. E. J. Dowling Sr., of Star e. Beautiful Colors (Battery Extra)

1 a week's wedding trip Kuhn who, Jacksonville.Mrs. remains in. mvvmHospital orchids and tube roses. I At Godwin HomeThe see, Mrs. Eugene C. Long and Mrs.i I... Circuit Court Bradford. Com$ .

j In Southeast Florida, the newlyweds Matron of honor was Mrs;Donald -I I i Edwards, Jr., Mrs. J. M. Edwards,' Florida i In Chancery.
their home at .. Wynn reminded membersof W. T. Weeks Chapter of .'I AuttuRto Zolla Plaintiff v*. Sofia
making i at the silver coffeeI
are Sr..
1 party to McMahone, sister of the bride the presided Anna Zolla, Defendant Case No. 8118
Christmas U. D. C.
annual /will meet
3,07 W. Call street. the She blue next Wednesday I service and was assisted in serv-I Order at Publication And Notice ToAppear.
I be held at the home of Mrs. Sternon groom. wore a navy Nov. 1, at 3 o'clock at the I SI'ATK of ri.oltll TOI WE BUY PECANSB
suit with matching accessories and I Ing by Mrs. Clifford Hazen, Miss Sofia. Anna Zolla. whose residence
Will Meet December 12. a shoulder of home of Mrs. W J. Chandler and Carolyn Edwards Mrs. William T. find addreg la: Via. Armando Dial
WCTU
The roll was called and $13: paid corsage pink carnations Mrs. W. F. Godwin. 20, Trieste. Italy: st Cash Prices
I Jackson and Mrs. M. V; Johns. You Are required to appear on Paid
A meptlnff of the WCTU will be Into the treasury. Mrs. Janle_ An Interesting historical program Mrs. T. Frank Landrum was in November to, 1950, In the above
held -at -the home of Mrs. C. p. Avery collected the manse :iuna I II The Ward bride's younger bridesmaid.sister. Miss will be given- by Mrs. Luther j j I charge of the gift tables. named Court seek.. and divorce.came. Bradford whereinlalntlff
Joyce She
Grady on East Park street this and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell paid $2 I was Powell. Mr. R. A. Green has: The hostesses presented Mrs. ('ounty Telegraph shall" publish this

I afternoon, (Friday,) at 3 o'clock. as her share on hospital supplies.of wore brown a accessories suit of Alice and blue with planned a special musical programto Edwards with a piece of her chosen Order Wltnei In next my hand four.:d.kl/ Inaue seal i I C. H. Nasworthy General Suppl

There is still a balance due a corsage' be given In conjunction* with pattern of china as a remembrance it stark, Fiord, this October ,
_. of 1980.
it is hoped will be I pink carnations.
--- ; $5.83 which the historical program. All members of the party. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :J. 252! E. Call St. Starke !
liquidated at the next meeting. Archie O. Elland of Homasassa, are urged to be present. Invited to call between the hoursof A* Clerk of said ..18'1 Phone 1 1sl I1
By Haven Crosby .
made brother-in-law of the Deputy
Six calls were reported bridegroom 3:30: and 0:30 o'clock were 100 : T. Frank I.nndrum, Starke
D IICTARKE and Mrs. Avery announced that served as best man. Ushers were Baptist Primary friends of the hostesses and bride., Atty for Plf. 1020| 4t
two trays and one dinner had been Fred Halslop Alton Dobbs and .

FLA. sent to the sick. Happy Birthday Paul Faulkner. Class Has Party

was sung for Mrs. Wynn and Mrs. Claude L. May of Hampton I Dinner Honors
Mrs. Stern. 'Primary Class No. Two of the
played the traditional wedding; Wesleyan Guild *
Fri. Sat. Oct. :27 28 I Baptist Church
At the close of the meeting the marches and also accompanied enjoyed a Hallowe'en -

DOUBLE FEATURE hostess assisted by Mrs. Davis, Miss Oarnlto Hutto, soloist, who party Tuesday afternoon Members of the Wesleyan Ser-

served delicious refreshments.It sang, "I Love You Truly" and "Be from 3:30 to S o'clock in their vice Guild of the First Methodist

Hit the RoadWith was announced that the) next cause." Mrs. May was gowned in classrooms at the church. Church were honor guests at a

meeting will be held with Mrs. V. a two-toned lime green dress with The youngsters, dressed In approprIate dinner given Thursday evening:

Dead End Rids S. St. John with :Mrs. E. M. Davisas shoulder flowers of yellow chrysan costumes, played Hallo Oct. 19, by the Woman's Society

leader. Devotions will be In themums. Miss Hutto wore an we'en games during the afternoon ,of Christian Service. This event

ANDRiders charge of Mrs. Avery and the aqua fall model with golden chrys- followed by light refreshments. was In observance of Guild month. .,.

quiz will be conducted by Mrs.K. anthemums as her corsage. Conducting the children were The recreation hall of the church

of Range G. Duncan.Woodman.. Mrs. Ward, mother of the, bride, their teachers: Mrs. Maxie Carter, I education building was artistically '

With Tim Holt ..... wore for the occasion an aqua Mrs. Carson Roberts, Mrs. Jesse 'decorated with fall flowers and 91 Ycnrs ; Serice

Circle dress with black accessories and a Newsome, Mrs. E. L. McKnight, 1 berries for this occasion.
1 Also Shorts & Serial shoulder and Miss Evelyn Newsome. During the Interesting after
spray of pink dwarf
Plans InstallationThe ... '
dinner
Eiaaioii. I program, Mrs. Shuler Peeleof

Sun., Man, Tues., Oct. 29-31 Woodman Circle held its The bridegroom's mother, Mrs. New Organ Installed Gainesville reviewed thepur-

I meeting in the hall Tuesday night Watterson was lovely in shell In St. Mark's poses and aim of the Guild. Mrs.
: Church C. S. Partln who
was the first
THE OUTLAWJane with every officer present. The gray with a contrasting color cor

j ritualistic work ,was carried out sage of lavender chrysanthemums.: Members of the Auxiliary of St. president of the local Guild gavea

RuiutPlI, Jack Iluetel and plans made for the covered Mrs. 'V. R. Hallsop grand- Mark's Episcopal Church attendedthe very Interesting history and told
of the activities
carried
Also Cartoon & News dish supper P.J 7:30 o'clock Tues- mother of the bride was attired in tall convention of District Two Mrs. T. G. Mitchell, on.co-ordlna-

day night, Oct. 31, at which timean a black and white ensemble with Women's Auxiliaries In the Trinity .
tor for the Guild and WSCS
\Ve.l., Thurs., Nov. 1, :% Installation of pincers .will be white carnations as her shoulder Church la Melrose Tuesday. of the advance program ,of spoke the
held. Officers from the Gainesville ornament. Mrs. Edwin Andrews of Gainesville -
DOUBLE FEATURE} church and explained how theWoman's
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Circle will conduct the instal Immediately following the ceremony district president, presided. Society this
can help -
lation. Guests will also be present Those program
I a reception was held at the tending" from Starke to a successful end.
THE TORCH from Live Oak and Jacksonville. home of were: Mrs. Edward Burns, :Mrs. 0 '"more and
I the bride's parents. The The evening was closed with the Giving better foods for your money"wa

Paillette Goildafct All members. are urged to'"attend' refreshment table, overlaid with a I It. Beasley Mrs. Herbert ThomasMrs. I singing of several hymns led by A&P' policy 91 year ago-today, if* the
and bring a coveted dlsQ.; lace "cloth ''Was centered I Lemuel Colaon,! Mrs. James
bya the pastor, Rev. T. G. tame-policy a* we observe our 91st anniversary.
PLUS A guest at the meeting Tuesday handsome three-tiered wedding Blackshear. Mrs. Mattla Cahagan
_ night was Mrs. George Cattmanof I cake, which was topped with a and Mrs. B. B. Rowland.The Mitchell.S Throughout the past 91 yean A&P has endeavored i #

CRY MURDER Ocala, who 1 Is visiting her sisters miniature bride, bridegroom and Members of the local Aux- To Rrlifl to improve Its facilities so aa to make .

Mrs. W. I.. Andrews and Mrs. wedding' bell. Gleaming white iliary are happy to announce that Mis fry of t food shopping more pleasant, more convenient, # i I '

\ Carob Mathews Jack: EBriT"AUio $ '1':C.'tJliA.staln. candles, In sliver holders, balanced the new Wurlitzer organ that they ,... more satisfactory and more economical for all.

I New Reel Mrs. Emma Jane Stephensonhas the'arrangement.. I have been striving for, haa been As we reach this milestone-Our 91st Year-.we ,' 1

I charge of the program for the Assisting in serving were Mrs. i Installed in St. Mark's church this ci 666 are even more determined to continue this endeavor

=-_-:---_-_- night of October 31. Tlmmle Deaver, Miss Dorothy week and will be heard for the as we believe American housewives want

Ross, Mrs. Gilbert Brown, Mrs.: first time at the Sunday service. $-UMI MIT MOJO and deserve nothing less than the best la fine

Inez Kelly and Miss Dorothy Al. I .. foods and shopping convenience at the lowest

CLASSIFIED varez. Presiding at the punch: possible cost.. .- -*aj -

bowl were Mrs. J. C. Sapp and,' ; SEE US
$
> 7 -- _- _. _- t ... SUPEK-RIGHT" Western Center Cut
Tommy Mersereau, while the

RADIO (<*.'l.IKS! HKIIVICrefrigeration :: PECANS WANTED brlde'a guest book was kept by Ia FOR YOUR DEXO, 3 Ib. 85c Pork Chops lb. 7
..
.
.1. PkflVl.kUr ICI"- Miss Haven and Mrs. Paul \ ,
... .... 821 Temple AvemueNi Crosby
\ Uleetrla "1. tf ,
SEA FOOD!
fiiHtlty too I. .... or mall Faulkner. lona Flour 25 lb. 1.49
IIIUIlIo "'I' III "ltK 101'1' PRICES,; ( Y-M Pork-Loin Rib End Roast lb. -5|
-
H4DIO ItEPAIRRnt AT A 1.1. 'UVKS Attending the ceremony from ,
All "Make All /Model. I -Se. U. Before Belling- A&P GRADE A
Reasonable ..10....... nm.K...*il.IIA more distant points were Mr. and Fresh Fish & Oysters Dressed
(' .. V. SIIKPIIKKIIC FOR RENT NOV. 1-Nlc* f b.droom Mrs. Phil Pettie, Floral City; Pears No. 1 Tall 28c' & Drawn Georgia or Florida
..rt MadU, atark" tPh. 2:111): houft. attractively furnished all .r.- ,
modern convenience, on Kin..'." Charles Taylor and Levy Bordee, # Dressed Free Grade A Fryers lb. 5"SUPERRIGHT"
Lake next door to Torod. oottn**. Mlddleburg; Mr. and Mrs. Olen L. J &I' GRADE A NO. :3 CAN ,
B.AHOA1X IN VSRI> flADiOC.hA Me* Mr.. Jones at th* bou... Mr.. Deland
II9-PiiuOUIiAPiiC. lIUdab..lla Beno. It III* Bedenbaugh ; Mr. and Pineapple Chunks 28c
POHTAHI.KH. H.araBteedl I Mrs. A. G. Elland Homosassa; and MAGNOLIA FISH' MARKET - Ready-to-Eat

CHARLES C. SHEPHERD ROBlSS-ruarantcftd to live and, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Touchton, Bell.
Court Madison St., Stark bloom. AAHa Wlnnr from the A&P: NO. 1 TALL Cooked Picnics lb. 4
south. largest grower of p.t.nt-I Mr. and Mrs. Watterion left CLYDE W. COLSON ,
FOR 8AU3Royl deck modal typewriter ed I'D.... Writ now for new, full I Fruits for Salad 29c
:
color free Friday night for points of Interest Ph.. 243 -
15 Inch earring A-l con catalog-' TY-TKX 2M E. Call St.. Starko No. 1
Fancy Breakfast
dition. 145 cant Terra 6.. A NUItSTCFUES FOX 183. 'TYI.EK, In the northern states and upon

try It. at Bradford County Tlesrraph. dh- TEXAS. 1 their return will reside In Hampton. WHITE IIOU8B Sliced Bacon lb. 5

WR RUT PECANS every day at Milk 2 for ,
.
CALVES FOR SALE: anemic. market price. No lotus too larire.none 23c
Jry milk tock. Karl flatten to omnll W. have plentyof
'S ml. south of Stark on Rt. 100. FFRT1L1ZBII with borax tel'IIROC"OLI "SUPER-RIGHT"
Bessent Home IONA
If ..n.a full line of NO. :2
ln..otlrldeii. W* have gardenimoil IF YOU WANT A TREAT BEEF -3
ROOM WANTED Oentleman diIrs of all kinds; seed oat, rye.sweet Scene Of PartyMrs. TOMATOES 13cA&P's BRISKET STEW, lb. -
and blttar ITTJ.
room and bath or nice roomadjacent lupine .tC! '
to bath with email family I..I I. nrownlee. 4tp 10IJ1 BRING US YOUR MEAT/ "''SUPER-RIGHT"
aarac. or parkin*; privilegedlrabl W. A. Bessent gave her an-
I*. Furnlah dtall and GENUINE: JNDIPA FORMOSA A- nual Hallowe'en TOP
monthly rat. A-i rfrno fur- ZAL.KAR.: Small plant branched party Thursday SIR LION STEAK lb 9
nlehed. Drop card or letter to box A well-rooted, I to 7 Inchon too night of last week for her children We Pit Barbecue All Meats For ,
for IT.to, 15 for IbO.
plant $ (
4I1A. Btark gt 10187 I
*
to 10 Inch plant ft.75 a doien. Mary Carol and William. The traditional 25c Per Pound Complete ALL MEAT LB. PRO
(''Amellla-Japonlrn 11.nt.( to Hallowe'en decorations
PECANS WANTED 115 cent each P-KLVFnRRF:: ) A- HERMANS FRANKS 5
III Tempi Avenue 7AI.EA::: nAJ.ES8"\ NURSERY, were used to heighten the effect of Fresh Barbecued Fish & Ribs On Sale Daily Fresh
Jf*> *.a.tl.y too I..... or emailIIIUIHUftT I t It witches and goblins. = -
M'.HKK''' PUICUS
AT AM TIMES FOR BALm: 10-ncre ,a-rtod farm land and FRUITS ANDVEGETABLES 2
Many games were enjoyed HI-C .
__ .. Orange-Ade 46 -
-"Be IT* Befor EI.llln-, under fence cultivation. Old oz.
I house lU ml. NW of Ijiwtey. during the latter part of the evening 3 Little Pigs
MOVING A HAULING of any kind. |RI>0. M. J. Hution. Sill) NW 19.h Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swindall
(>.. Billy Jacknon Jacknnn Transfer St.. Miami. ate 10121| Libbys Potted Meat 1
Co., Ph. 115 or 49-W. tf and son, Anthony, joined the gay Tempel Ave., Between> Bus Sta. 8 School
FOR SAT.K: 17-acree n 1100 per acre affair and gave several musical
I Clou. to Starke. inquire A. II. -
U.S. No.
1
Bulk
GOOD OPENING 1'alg.ntann Peterebilra-. UFll. th l:1tpN.\t: : St. number. Irish Libbys Vienna Sausage ..

PROFITABLECONNECTION I Mrs. Janle Cooley assisted Mrs. Potatoes, 10 lb. 19c

.: HAWLKIOHDEALKn for Bradford County to WANTED*.ll 100 Bessent in serving refreshments Hard, Red, RipeTomatoes Libbys Beef Stew -. -J|
Ohio Corporation leader In automotive Item* of Rawlela-h. Houaehold II from the dining table which was
field and lloned to do Product. Trad well .tablUn.d. decorated with cats and pumpkins. lb.
.bu.tn..s In every elate I I. offering a flt.ady repeat business. Excellent or ctn. 19c Libbys Corned Beef Hash -jjj
fra-nchl. In thl* county on an *x- opportunity. 8.* Ra"I..I"h Wholesale I Enjoying the party with the
duel**, patented, nationally I advertlaed P5: .:. Hl. 8. EcJ.'O't11:Bessent children Anita Stock Lettuce
product. lhl. bualne*. can _Are., *on .. were head lOc 2
b. carried on from your horn or Sandra Johns, Kay Rowland Margaret HUN-DREDS Libbys Spaghetti &. Meat ..
mall offlc In your community.No FOR REST: S-beilroom hous.. fur- I
caih bond or Investment: required nl.b.d. All modern convenience*. Rose Duncan Roddy Struth Onions, Yel. 2 lb. 9C

a.a all man merchandise of (rood ctandlnir.I is ...on.tdm..rr On Kif"'I.Kln..I.y phone 111.I..k.Blarke.IIIr.. R. lip O. Randall Davis Lamar Shaw, Patsy of details are managed and economic Woodburys Soap bath I

:. .. man with oar.25 to 60year1 Grew, Burge Searing. Carol Searing lied Delicious or Rome ,
of an. who can atari to workat FOR RENT. : Nice comfortable front Miss Kate Struthh and theSwindalls. ally attended that only a trained and
If .lectd. bedroom with adjoining bath. Apples Fancy 2 lb. JeVgens
Writ.one In your own hand giving Porte-cochere' for parking auto. careful organization can attend when 25c Lotion Soap e -
ar. education and pat bu.lne Near Brhool.! For lady or gentle. ,
bar It around briefly. You will benotified man.. 8U McMahon 8t., ph. IMW. the urgent need for serving is at Selected Size Sweet I
Mrs. A f Cashmere .
where to meet u* for In. Bailie. It Surprise Party Bouquet bath sz. .
tervlew soon after receipt of your FOR SALE hand. Potatoes, 5 lb. 25c ,
: Bluebird Orlll and H.-
l.'l.leir..* r. B. Tjiwuon. 1111 tel located corner Walnut and At Tomlinson Home
Upchurch Bid*;., Jacksonville J'lyal'' Orlll 1\Ia"l.on Pt: .. Contact owner lip at Apples, York, 5 lb. 43C TIDE, Ige. pkg. ,. . .
Mrs Joe Tomlinson entertainedat DeWITT JONES

FOB RENT Apartmnt with FOR BALE: Circulating oil heater a surprise-birthday party Mon. 11*. Jtdq' In-Bag35c Ivory Toilet Soap med. bar. 2 fgrjj I
entrance and bath. N.wly decorated. cabinet ptyle circulating womi ,
Light and water furnlehed. heater small wood heater, mall. day evening honoring her husband Phone 7 Starke, Fla. Grapefruit, 8 lb. .
ill W. Wanhlngton at. lip oil. heater 1 cue heater. Apply Mr. Tomlinson. _
Mr*. J. M. Mitchell 301 W. lIIa.lI.) (. "
SIX FOOT DRINK COOLER for *..Ie _."" *'. lip Homemade strawberry Ice Funeral ,Director Ambulance Service Largo SizeGrapefruit
Can be seem at Magnolia
cheap. and cake :
cream
birthday were
With Mark**. Itp FOR MAtED '411 Dodge ton truck 4 for .
flood (condition reasonable price enjoyed during the evening. Our local funeral home enable. u.s to offer convenience and 25c

CAR. .BATTERY..., no dead rail FOR, need SALE.. yr. for 45 182 For or further writ Box Information: 54., Stark' phnn, Fla. Helping Mr. Tomllnaon celebratethe ervlcei not otherwise available.W Ivory Soap Flakes
Fi thru. It Ford or IT thru 1* HPHARPER'S occasion were 21 fellow member - 30c
Chevrolet or III Mercury $3 RA. -rssrr-rss- SsrSSS-sr.rrr.f-rrs S-sq
A.V. Andernon flsrag.. ", dlilt WORK PTTOP. Window of the Hercules Survey Department
rreen lIla up. Com out and and their wives. furnish the highest type service at lowest price, and Ivory Toilet Soap, Personal Bar 2/11c -

FOR hot RJSTJTt water,8-rm.gee' .fnrnUhert.tov.. elect home re-, put road In 100 your(toward order Keyntone now. no). turn out Mr. Tomlinson'was the recipientof accept ANT' life Insurance policy In force lowed by ANT 300

frla-erator. ALSO two.email. spaceheat. left on graded road Just beyond I useful gifts from the company payment in part or tn full on a funeraL Ivory Toilet Soap, Xge. Bar 14C EAST CALL STREET
.,* for a.lR.. 1' Dmore RRck, com to sign l Work many assembled -
Phop." up! guests. I Consultation carrlea no obligation. STARKE, FLORIDA








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() ER=11=,_1950____ BRADFORD COUNTY TEtEOKAFH.!: STARK FLORIDA PAGE FIVE r a f
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Mr. and Mrs M. C. Wells and Mr. and Mrs. VV. H. Nollman Mrs. F. F. Stump returned to on November It, 1(50 In the above Clarence K. Smith' Plaintiff, ".. plaintiff seek divorce.shall publish Bradford thl.
named Court and cau., wherein Hilda Sofia Smith Defendant. County Telegraph
John Wells attended the grand have returned to Starke after her home last Friday after enjoying plaintiff seeks. a divorce and oui- Case No. 1120 Order In next four weekly Issues.
opening of Hugh's Electrical Sup pending the summer In North a ten days' visit with her son. todr of the two minor children n..d..t P.fcll...tl.. And !Notice Te Witness TTIT hand and official seal
Lloyd Townsend III and Larry October Uth.
Appear. cram or FL.oniuATor, at Stark, Florida this
ply in Gainesville Saturday. Carolina.! in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Towneondi. : temporary alimony! temporary Hilda Sofia whoss residence 1900.OFFICIO.

e Friends of Mrs. Mae Edwardswill Miss Margie Manlre Is attending W. H. Thomson In Montlcello. cent alimony support and for children permanent perraa support *- and address leland r.rMI;2\. New Forreet York:Avenue.fcUaten ( A.EClerk. of saidTCourt
be sorry to hear she :is buaineM Mrs. Stump brought her little for two minor children andattorneys .
quite college In Jacksonville ClerkT.
You required to appear on Tty Haven Crosby Deputy
\ fees and suit oonte. The are
THE EVVsa ill and Is confined in North Florida and staying with her aunt, Mrs. C. granddaughter, Evelyn Thomson Bradford County Telegraph. shall November. loth l.eo in the above Frank. I-nndrum, Starke, Florida..
.
Clinic. back with her for a ten day visit. publish this Order In the next four named' Court and oauis, wherein AU) for Pit 101201t| 11114)-
..rw.,..a. R. Manlre. Her address Is 3032 ((4) weekly. Uiues.Witness ...
Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald of Tampa Thomas SU Mathew Jonjock of Jacksonville my hand and official seal -
,. A, Fischer 0' Orlando Mrs Clara Lewis of Tazewell arrived here yesterday to spend Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Moore Is replacing Herbert Hogan at Htarke. Florida, this October U,
guest ot Mr and Mr. Va., la the guest of Rev. and Mrs two weeks with her daughter Mrs. and sons of Archer and Mrs. Wiley ( at the A & P meat marketMr. 1960.(OFFICIAL 8RAL) A. J. Thomas Every Branch ofINSURANCE

I Vining tile this weekend. Homer Swlndall this week. M. F. Brown. Wood of Arabia. Ga., were guests and Mrs. Hogan moved tc Haven Clerk Crosby ot, Deputy CIroult. CourtBy Clerk

){111. Homer Swindall Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mixon were Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Zelgler and of Mrs D. W. Moore last Sunday Panama City Tuesday where Mr Ii\.0. Hates, Attorney\ for Plaintiff

,bopping and In Gainesville Mon. visiting: relatives Sunday In sons, Joe and Dick of Jacksonvillewere Friends of Senator Charley K. Hogan will be In charge of an A Oalneivllle Florida-. IOU[ 4t 11|< .. _h" _
Gainesville and Ocala. Sunday guests of Mr. and Johns will regret to know that he & P meat market In that city. In rirralt Court. HradCard. Co..trFlnrlrim .
Mrs. R. C. Dampier has been confined to his home by Mr. and :Mrs. Richard Ray and In Cham-err
9, illness this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp visited Mr. Julian. /Defendant.>I. Morm Plaintiff Ca. No.v. JaenMorse til*
Mr. and Mrs. AGENCYPLEASE
J. C. WALL
D. H.
e Doyle spent Mrs. W. M. White mother of and Mrs. S. E. Reyes Jr., In Jacksonville < Ordrr .f I'uhllraOon Ana !melee ToApprais
Sunday with Mr. Doyle's mother, "T.'"'''' nv VUOHII: Tot
Mrs Annie L. ftrs, Harley F. Strong, arrived ) Sunday afternoon. Joan !Morse, whose residence and
Cove Springs. Doyle, in Green recently to spend a few weeks Miss Evelyn Stump and Miss address You are Is Awendaw required South to appear Carolina; on PHONE 146

Mrs. with her daughter and son-in-law. Lillian Stump attended the Zeta November loth, 1960 In the abovenamed
9 James Shepherd of Jacksonville Court and ,. whereinplaintiff Constant Service Over 50 Years -
To Community Service She says "Starke weather is just cause
__ Dedicated Is spending several weeks Tau Alpha Founder's Day banquetat seeks. divorce Bradford
"Movie Are Better Than Ever"Tuesday with her what I need." the Galneavila Country Club County Telegraph' hall publish this
son-in-law and daughterMr. Order In next four weekly Issues.
Mr. and Mrs. William Plaster last evening.
and Mrs. C. A. Knight.Mr. Friday Witness my hand and official seal
and Mrs. C. H. of Jacksonville were weekend Mr. and Mra. Albert Lee Crosbyand at ark., Florida, this October 18th, .l -

j Oct. 28 ONLY. & Wednesday i I have moved back to NasworthyI town from guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. K.Douglas. son Dale, spent Sunday In 1950(OFFICIAL PEA.) A. J. Thomas ; :-I
Ierday 1 their Jacksonville visiting Mrs. Crosby's As Clerk of said' Court
3,,! FEATURE October 31 & November 1 Lake.summer home at Kingsley Mr* and Mrs. G. J. 'MeGrlff and brother-in-law and sister( Mr. and Frank sly Itaven Landruni Crosby Stark Deputy., Florida ClerkT.
; '
OfBLE Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green attended Mrs. 1E.. Gllsson. Attys. for Pit 10120 4t 11110
Mrs. W. ___
M.
Wlmborly spent last
P the automobile dealers meet. Mr. and Mrs: E. S. Matthews are !
weekend :
with her husband at In Clrrvlt Court Bradford Country
MICKIY Mulberry where Mr. Wimberly is ing In West Palm Beach Sunday in Orlando for two weeks visiting Florida I. Chancery. iFREEFor :1

i' ROONEYfr employed with the Seaboard rail- through Wednesday of this week. their son-in-law and daughter Dr.
PAT road. Mr. and Mrs. Comer H. Long and Mrs. H. B. McLendon. ir

O'BRIEN Leland Rowe of Overland Ohio will return to their home in Fort Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and I rtlq; ,
W-M. IU.FIM Lauderdale Monday after enjoying daughter Frances spent the
1 Is .
spending ten with his
days
?wsatamaM.law, a eL01 brother-in-law a two week's vacation with weekend In Jacksonville with Mrs 110 TLC t lq
and sister Mr. and .
D'rttn 40&fCY aeuafor..=r'. Mrs. H. T. Walker. Mr, Long's mother Mrs. F.. H. Landrum's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Long. In Merchandise Of
Rogers.
N. T. Ritch of Miami visited his I .
AND Also Latent> 1101News & "Fljlng mother, Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Friends of Paul Bridges' will Miss Shirley Scott of Tampawas $2500 Your Choice I S
the T. be sorry to hear that he Is a patient a .weekend visitor of Miss PECANSWANTED(
. Dancers" Occupational Short J. Griffins a few days this
II In North Florida Clinic. Nina Bishop. h4
'I week.While Mrs. V. S. St. John Is enjoyinga Friends of L. M. Gaines will be
l In southeast Florida the I ten day visit with her daughters glad to hear that ho returned to With Each Mode! 3155
early part of the week Mrs. G. J. 1
/ Misses Alice and EleanorSt. his home last Saturday after undergoing
Thursday & Friday McGriff and Mrs. Lex Green visIted -
John In Plnellas Park. an appendectomy at the
/ ; / / November 2 & 3 Mrs. their Esther grandmother Letchworth and and aunt Mrs.S. I Mrs. L. D. Vining returned to North Florida Clinic. Perfection Space Heater : !

I T. Rogers, In Sebastian. her home on West Madison street I Friends of Corley Johns will be ,-
Monday after spending a week pleased to know that he was able
1amerBro Mrs. Willard Pass and son, Gce, Terms Available
,, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. to return to his home last Friday ;
rolling the Fox" Cartoons returned to their home In Tallahassee Highest Prices Paid r
W. L. Joiner In Atlanta. after being confined to a Gainesville ..
",lases Brothers of r last Friday after spending a Guy Andrews attended the Tax hospital. His visitors this '
week
with Mrs. Pass' parents Mr.
? Assessor's annual convention at week included his children Mrs. .
and Mrs. L. D. Green. They were .
the Mayflower Hotel In Jacksonville Ida Mae' Browning of Daytona
accompanied to Tallahassee
Mrs. Green and Mrs. J. B. Cottrell by Wednesday through Fridayof Mrs Marvin Rogers of Lacoochee CONTCTR.L.ALVAREZ : Bradford Hardware .
this week. Mrs. Dorothy Lee Smith of Jasper
who
returned to Starke
I Saturday Miss Virginia Sewell of Grove- Mrs. Jeanette Wright of ,
y& Monday, Oct. 29, 30IANCASiEB Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Sr.,, p.
,
land to weekend
plans spend the Brantion; and Mrs. Mike Klondes,
and sons. Bill and Tom spent the Pn
I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mamie Johns and Mrs. Rob.
sere weekend in St. Petersburg. W. B. Sewell. ert Johns of Starke. At State Farmer. Market IU Vila Starke ,
Mrs. George C. White of era,
Talla-\\ Mr. Mrs. H. Slade had .
and T. Mrs. Leonard F. Smith Jr., and
hassee' was a guest! at the

m I MCGUIRE I PACKER NEAL ROMAN ''her last mother Friday,and Mrs.Saturday G. Vf. Alderman'! as their brother-in-law weekend guests and sister MrBlade's son.ed friends Larry in of Sarke Penney Tuesday Farms visit. ..i M_ --4 d

R Mr. and Mrs. C.V.. Sinclair of .
NNM\\\tt nu.nr-0 YffNarea.c ? t SO Xmas Curds Imprlnttsl( with In The Ctrralt Court At Florida.KlKhth -=-::-::": ===:--'::::"':':::::. -- ':., -----:--:- -.::_ --=--=::: : ::=:.=:::::-= ==-===::-=:
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( UMIItOSTAitSPIC1URESMooWMNERBBUSAlso your name $1. l'hoto-j I Fee
Ilolljwiiod .
'l'1'IL.!' ,. : Miss Joan Carpenter returnedto IIraAfurd. County, In /'.........'. ------1
graplirrt & JOHcirri. If Dnrnihjr LoulHij Townmind.. Plaintiff,
'Latrotmu: ; News & "Why "L Ing Haired Hare" Cartoon i The State WCTU Convention i!I street her Thursday home oil of East last Madison week VI. Lloyd Townsend, Jr., Dsfendant.Dlvoro. .. Court 129 N.... MARLIN FACTORY SERVICE Florida,

was held In Jacksonville Tuesday] onnnn rrnr.icATiov" I .
Lfflufrog'1 Cartoon & "Kln of Itockles" Short after a month's stay In Detroit In Th.
itama O( The Slat OC Florida III
Wednesday of .
and Thursday this, Michigan. 'reart.ioyd ,
week at the First Methodist I' Townni-nd. Jr., whose rul. GUARANTEED REPAIRS: I
Friends of Mary Sue Epperson dance and address.
I' I. i Rout. i,
I Church Several delegates from will be sorry to hear she Is Irl I POT! 180 Lufkin, Tens \
the Laura Scott Union attended I Riverside Hosptlal, Jacksonville, You are hereby required to appear Watches, Watch Hands, Clocks, Jewelry, Pens, Lighters ,
I Including Mrs. Jennie I I
Thornquest I with head
vice president, and Miss Sue Wallace Injuries received from "Your Printed Factory Guarantee-ft Just Like ;Mqney To Af!" tJI
a fall from an automobile last
secretary. While In Jackson-i Saturday Mary Sue Is the daughter Marlin i
OCH'S WEEDING Ray
RATE DRUGS ville they were guests of Mrs.Thornquest.s .I I of Mr. and Mrss. W J. Epper- I I ib\\

daughter, Mrs. J. A. son Jr . . ., ... . .
DIddell. Other members from i I t --- _-. .. .. -.. --- ------ ..- ----- _.. .b ..
I Mr. and Mrs. Glen Duke and j
PRICES I here attended some of the sessions j I
JUST'LIKEVACKSONVILLE daughters. Gall and 'Terry Pea
of the convention. i visited Mrs Duke's parents, Mr. It I-i:
I
Mrs EfTIo Johns last weekend (
Mldroot" spent and Mrs. J. W. Andrews at
CREAM OIL, Ig. sz. 89c In Jacksonville with her niece, .
I Klngsley Lake Sunday. _
Mrs. J. J. Groas.D'namicaUy .
1 llz. SERUTAN . 89c Mrs. Bertha Pearce spent the Carl Johns ,
Engineered! weekend with her son-in-law and We offer the people of Starke ",
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
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Ensor In Jacksonville.. and vicinity one of the most '
Phone 45-J
NEW Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis were ,
IOcaz.Dr. Lyons TOOTH POWDER 43c in Doctor's Inlet Sunday visiting modern and finest "Ippecl.weldls.

Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Relnoehl. .
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Work Guaranteed
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t PAGE SIX BRADFORD ?Th LEORAPl1. STAKKE. FLORIDALONG F1t10.tI' (yfiO6> g

consider this a pretty good record. H. O. Brown and Mrs. Mary L,. Mann Sunday night.
Mrs. Louie Carter sends me Le Green last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn and
BRANCHBy On'. address and requests that 3 I[ Mr. and Mrs O. J. Mott and I daughter of Raiford and Mr. and .
add it to my column so his friend I children visited her parents, Mr, Mrs. Elton Taylor and children of ,
1\(",. J. L. Strickland can write to him now that he is hi I and Mrs. C. H. Walnwrlght of StaU:. Worthington Springs visited their
the army. We should all write tour o I Farm Sunday. mother, Mrs. Bannie Mott Sunday.
Mr. Nash returned to his t teaching boys in the service and not lei t Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Hazen 01! Mrs. James W. Thomas and 1Li IRONING '
them think we have forgotten I Jacksonville visited his parents Mr Mrs. Eugene Crosby attended the, .
: duties Monday after two weeks'absence them. Here Is the address: Ret,t land Mrs. R. E. Hazen last week WMU Associational Clinic at
due to Illness and the Leon Carter US53003202. C Co., North Pleasant Grove Baptist .
storm He Bays the storm did quitea 78th Engr. Bn., 1st Platoon, Fort end.Mr.. and Mrs. Raymond Faulkner Church Friday.
bit of damage at Hawthorn, more Bennlng, Ga. I'm aura Leon wouldbe visited her mother In Miami last Mr. and Ws. Dave Green and /I /11..
than it did In this locality. Their pleased to hear from friend week who is very ill. Mrs. J. P. Baxter were In Gainesville i .THE ONLY AUTOMATIC
from Clay Hill!, this is hIs) home. Monday. .
lights were off for two days. We as Mm.!!! Guy Harrell and daughters
were not without lights at all. The If any off the other mothers or returned home here Saturday attar Dave Galney and Sam Thomas of /
worst the storm did for us was to friends want the addresses of their spending a few days with her Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. Gent / FEATURE WAS A
blow some trees on the fences and sons published send them on. We husband in Wauchula. Stokes Sunday and were accompanied .
will do our best to have them print home by Mrs. Stokes, whoIs
give us BO much water that we had Several people from here attended ,
ed. We thank Mrs. Carter for this spending this week with them. .
to wade everywhere we went.
services held at Rock Baptist .
B. F. Falrcloth Is on the sick list one. It was too late for last week. Church last weekend. Mrs. J. K. Douglas of Starke visIted ii\ BACK-ACHE !
Several I have to get all the news by Sun Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Douglas
this week. are suffering
day night or it la too late for me Mrs. Ophelia Moore and sons of Thursday.Mrs. J
land from was colds very Mrs.ill with Bessie a cold Strick-las to get in the mall Monday morning. C.Starke Mott visited Sunday.We her. sister, Mrs N. Curtis Melvin of Dundee visIted jE::

week, her second In more than four Padgett HomecomingThe are proud to report that Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin last
year Padgett Church homecoming Erschel Edwards Is home after be- week., ; : ,
Our little Sunday School la coming date was changed from Nov. 0 ing a patient in Alachua County Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green and -
: right along.' When :we made to Nov. 12. This was done to avoid > Hospital, Gainesville, for a few children visited Mr. and Mrs. R. r----; : \ \ lOW-COST SUNSHINE
off the new quarterly charts we conflicting with the Nov. S days. C. Taylor of Jacksonville last I 1 tfWITH: SERvicE
carried over 27 of the 30 enrolled. homecoming at Black Pond Friends regret that Vernon Edwards : weekend., '" /JilT JOBS A t /
Sunday we had 26 present-22 regular Church. A week of revival ser- Ressle Canton, and Mrs. ,Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano visited 10 eeTOUGN
members and four visitors. We vices begin Sunday at Black Pond I Ned Hicks are patients in Alachua her sister, Mrs. J. W. Brown of Grandmother will remember ...hell "back to
church under the leadership of the County Hospital, Gainesville, and Hawthorne Saturday. chool" meant sHick 10 sadirons, overheated Hi.Jfln.tors//.
Rev. Batten, pastor.BROOKER. Wilson Green is a patient in Veterans Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes of kitchens and buiit-in backaches as the family ,
1O MT41lt 'Hospital at'Lake City. We Dukes visited relatives here Sun- laundry multiplied. Electric service changed all Ever see one ol Q-
) 7kis' wish them a speedy recovery. day afternoon. t..brought cooler kitchen and count lew other the new electric _
Ni4a Mrs. Ura Mott and baby son of I Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry visitedMr comfort which were beyond the reach of king Ironers?They're so simple
and few brief Yet, for
poeentat.s j t yean go.
California are here with her par- and Mrs. J. E. Hardy anddaughters
what it do i..and what it cout..3xitil Strvlttit jou[ !!can do the flat-
By Iva Mae Lewis w- ents-ln-Iaw, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. i of Starke Saturday
It*Uggnl hirgtiit in ftur kuJgttl work..and save Mother
Mott on an extended visit. night.
.
yr..eA lots of time which
MlM-ellanrous Shower Miss Elouise Dukes of Dukes is Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller of Jacksonville she
v) noes vsfrli Mrs. Betty (Long) Edwards was visiting.: relatives here this,week. visited her mother ,Mrs. can spend with you!
honored with a miscellaneous ahow Mrs. C. C. Deese and childrenof Lottie Edwards Sunday afternoon. .eui xd..rr
er Thursday. October 19th, 3 till Branford visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. L. TUghman and ) FLORIDA tout IMctrtatrlMM
( COMPANY
4:30: o'clock P.M. at the community Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry Friday.Mr. children of Gainesville visited her ; POWER & LIGHT _
center. Hostesses were Mrs. M. and Mrs. E C. Lewis visited parents,, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott
PHONE 218 F. Wiggins Mrs.R.A.Oolson,Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner of Sunday afternoon
Q. B. Colon and Misses Frances Starke Monday and Tuesday. Everyone Is Invited to attend the
COLO NIALFLORIST and Helen Barry. The center ,was Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Chambers of Hallowe'en Carnival which, will beheld i
beautifully decorated with fall Jacksonville visited her parents, here In town Saturday, October
flowers and a large crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. Evan W. Hodges last 28th.
The honoree received many weekend.
I Corner
lovely and useful gifts. InterestIng Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Davis were Call &
games were played and prizes ,In Gainesville on business Monday CARPENTER: ATSTARLING'S Cherry Sis., Stark
were won.by Mrs. J. M. Edwardsand morning.Mr. (Oct. 27 &
FLOWERSFOR Quantity RightsReserved
Mrs. Laurence Wiggins. Refreshments and Mrs. L. L. Parker visited PRESCRIPTION
ALL OCCASIONS of drinks, homemadecake I her brother, Henry Coleman, a FOR YOU
and brownies were served to patient In Alachua County Hospital PHARMACISTS Grocery & Market
the guests by the hostesses. Everyone Gainesville, last week.
parted wishing her a long and Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Layfleld of
< happy married life. Gainesville visited her parents, Mr
and Mrs. N. C. Mott Sunday.Mr. ..
rt Mr: and Mrs. M. M. Gano of St. and Mrs. Earl Green and
DISH GARDENS Augustine, and Mrs. Ovid Gano and children visited Mr, and Mrs. F. M
on Ray of Gainesville were dinner Vickery of Gainesville Sunday af FRESH .
POTTERY guests of. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Cane ternoon.
POTTED PLANTS undayu! Mrs. C. L. Atkinson and daughters DRESSED
Mrs. Retta Brown of High Joyce and Ilean visited Mrs \ '
FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE Springs visited 1 Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mallory Thomas of Starke Friday.Mr. --
Mott and children' Sunday. and Mrs. J. D. Shaw and son ON-TIIE-MINIT SERVICE AND
Ib
Kye Mills of Starke visited E. T. Leland of La Crosse, Mr. and Mrs
.Nona St Stark. Stewart Tuesday afternoon.J. H. T. Shaw, Evelyn Shaw and Eth- PHONE
W. Brown of Rldgeland, S.C.. el Mann of Ziff' Section were supper Day 64 Night DRAWN
... visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. T, S. w.. -...... -0

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Leads Revival -- }f the church. in Oulf' 1,1:f' Innnranoa Company, arorporatlon Appeev. "T TH Ol" FLORIDA Tot paper published In Bradford County, I Plaintiff loa North Main Street
Afternoon services I la plaintiff: and <>. M r Kennittt William aChance.. whotereeldnnoe Florida, and that laid newspaper le Oalneavlll, Fla. lOll U 10117
FfrJ will includethe Wllllnmii, Jr. and Mary Nell Will- and address let: Saranao of a .n..al circulation And pub.1I..h.d *
.
ordination of Guerney Crews lama, hie: wile; Leila Mae Wllllama: inn New. TorkI In said County and Bt..ta.
and Millard Johns deacons and Hammock: 'and R. J. Hammock:: her You are required to appear on Witness my hand and official sal EASE PRICKLY HEAT J
as hueband' DeWItt C. Jones .
1 / ; Admin November llth, 1950 In the above of sold this 6th October
,vv of Ethan Sapp as elder. istrator of the Eiitate of O M Wllllame named Court and< cause. wherein A..fi.oo, at my :11i.f I In the and Diaper R..h .. e FASTI, .
< p'aP; ty nr'XmI'; and United plaintiff eeeke divorce and custody Court House In the City of Stark, Relief from prickly hoe and ether mlM-:
t tar The day will be concluded with Slatea and the unknownllenora of minor child. Bradford County: Bradford' County Florida. akin. Irritation eemi. feat when pee ..Nmedlostsd
the ,evening service, which beginsat h.I.. ,d.vleeee. .r..nt. a..I.n... Telegraph hall rublleh this OrderIn A. J. Thomas, Clerk of the Circuit LYOO-y0-MOtn New used fe*
I credltora trustee..nd other neat four weekly Ueuoe. irrttatlons.eld wmenerbeek .".
t l Court Eighth Judicial Circuit, .a minor akin
7:30 P. M. claimants claiming Interent In the Win.... my hand and Official seal In and for Bradford County: Florida, cvirenlee. at all druwlet
land hereinafter dewrlbed' b y at Stark, Florida, this October 12th, In' ChanoryIv .
through, under or nvalnst O M: 180.
a CHURCH OF GOD WllllamK. 8r. deceaned. Rr* defend- Haven Crosby, Clerk 1 a a n
Iit Church Christian ChurchThe f, ante, :belnir" Case No 7117 Kq, the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Barton T. Dousrlaa, SolIcitor. : for
q cK 8th A St. Clair Sta. undernlirned, Aa Clerk of acid Court.By
aa Special Mauler
ap
.
to aU Sunday School 10 a.m. pointed In mill. decree, will offer roesale Haven Crosby,Stare: : Clerk ----- "- "
I.l a T. Frank Landrum, Florida ,
itadan and will -- -
at public to --
'. \1 First Baptist Convention of Christian Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. the highest :lll beet bidder outcry or bid- Atlya. for :Plf. loll| 4t 111*

of Starke Sunday during Churches of Bradford and Union Sunday Evening Service TS p.m. of Sari Bale for, rash durlnathe leva hours' : .. The (:' ..'.lt C..rt OC Florida
V. P E. Service tn-wltr I between eleven o' Eighth. Judicial Circuit: I. A.d Fr WANTED II i
1ng eervlct": Counties will convene here Sun Tuesday 7:80 p.mPrayer lock clock In In the forenoon and two o'- Bradferd ,........ l* '.......r,..
of worship Meeting Thursday 7:30 pjn. the afternoon In front of Jame. Stafford Shande, Plaintiff .
II.
hour day with
(
the First the South
Christian front door of the Bradford
pouring .
/ pastor X. D. County Court Houxe In the City of I ve aiady U, Bhanda, Defend l,.OOooo Ib. Curtis Pecan i'
In with Church of Starke the Rev. Ho- Old newspapers! -handy tot,,, Ptarke. In acid Hradrord County ant. DIVOIicVlNOTICH t
TO APPEARI.
Jermon for the" towhich mer SwlndalU minister of the wrapping, packing .mUoe--IO,,t Florida on Monday the 5th day of The Nam. Of Ik* state of Florida .
November 1060,
the eame being a
MARKET PRICES at ALL TIMES l
Last t Beam lb. for' lOc. Bradford County Tele* legal eaten day of said. Court 'ratCladY.i r ,
C directed by Mrs.reen local church and chairman of 844' ') premises dencrlhed themort..d B. Shanda. a non-realdent! of .
In :
choir e graph. aid final decree, the State of Florida, but who la arealdent t .
Ute to-wlt: That eer- -WILL BUY ALL VARIETIES
accompanWL convention
will sing announced this AJ'I taln piece, parcel or, tract of land of WaahlnKton reeldlnc District of
Canova at the IWOTICR situate, lying and helna- In the County Columbia U.S.A., at ana
week. !"All "
Mona of the '
member To Whom It May Concerns of Bradford and Btate of Flori find litreet. Northeaet. Waahlncton, SEE US BEFORE SELLING!
churches are urged to be present This In to certify that I have filed da, known and deacrltied a*: DC.It.
my Final Returns la hereby orderoe> that you are
:i 7::30 Rev. for this great convention honor. the Ketat of Paul ae Ailmlnlntratorof Bennett deceased Southwest' Quarter (8WS of required to appear on the 8th day of
kSffwm -
be "WhataU the Lord Rev. John L. and will on the 7th of the Northeaet Quarter (NICK\ November' A'I). 1161)), before the above '
Ing and Saviour with Bray former pastorof November 1950 apply to E. K. P.r. Section Twenty-four 14). Town. entitled\ Court: In acid cause, ae DILLARD KEENE ::1:1au
Working For?" The hymns spirituals, choruses that the Raiford Baptist Church and ryman. County ud.... for final Twentv-twn Chip Five (5) South Hence' required hy law, to the shad '
uartette will sing withlIa'Lawson will touch the heart Inspire the now engaged In full-time evangel- Raid Dlnrhara-e ae said Admlnlelrator of Rant Fourteen (14) "cr.:.. of then file filed your iitalnet appeiiranca yiou. and on eald date you Temple Ave. Starke Fla

b at the piano. soul and exalt the King" he said Istlc work, l Is at the present time I estate.W.. B. ParkaA Smith ass" Quarter Half. (S\i(SKVi f the) Rnuth.the with the the Court Clerk. Hmw of the at circuit Slacks. ,Courtat Flu., ,, .. ... t
,"',. organ duo of Mrs. W. "The messages will be Heaven conducting a revival campaign at Administrator of the Northwest Quarter; < wf ) 'of you arm. then hereby ordered. and required ," ." f
bars E. C. Mann.i pleasing. Hell stirring, demon defeating the Glen St. Mary Baptist Church Estate of Paul Penn..ttlOll Nertlon Twentyfour4)Town)> to n of your An- !
Complaint
and _____ | 4t toil hip Five (0) Mouth, RangeTwentytwo ewer lo the for divorce" f
congregational Ing- and sin killing-make The meetings are being held each In Tin-Hit tJl Fast the I aa may be filed: In this cause bv you. "fi
the Covrf. .1 '
nradford Canty. en id East Fourteen (Ml acre of .
uested hymns and gostlve your plans now to attend." night and the sorvices will be con Klarldal !. CYaer.ry. the South Half <8H,) of the upon Harton In the T.above DnuRtsa entitled Plaintiff'sSohlaltor

INK,*. The meeting opens at 10 A. M. :3.ducted The through Sunday night, Nov. Solomon Marjorie H V., Daniel anlela., PvfuniiantC Plaintiff. ... Southeast the.' Northwest Quarter Quarter("E'4)NWV4)of and North court Main Street whoee nalneiivlll addreea. I la cause Florida loa. \\\\ SERVICE STORE:. ; ::.
pastor, Rev. R. J. Johnson .. Nr. IONS of ;
said
adult training: union/ Sunday with Bible school directedby Hectlon Twenty-four nn or before the I7th day ofNoveoiwr
Order of :
Invites Pvhllratloa And Nolle 1' 24). Township Five (51 South PHONE 189 J i
the A.D. and In the'
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at, SU: PIli.. with die- Clyde Colson, local superintendent public to attend Appear 1I'1'4TN OF rioitlu' TOt llanit Twentv-two (II) Baethelnv event af failure to U\ie:\ an Appearance
snd a 'eUowBp followed at 11 A. M. by these m etlngs.Methodist, MHjorl addreea V. Dan la If Unicnowal In.I whnne residenceand also deiicrlhed aa the or an Answer ae required hereIn State Roads 100 &200 I
rroups : Ihet Nine Hundred Twenty and In default. thereof '
I Unions: for all ages meet a song and special music service You; are required to appear on four (921)) feet of the South a Decree Pro Confeeeo reeperlively will STARKE, FLORIDA :

|j T. Lawson director.y featuring a message by the Rev. Church"The November Court Oth, and 18ISO.mime In the, wherein abovenamed of SU hundred the Northwest Ullty. (110)quartereNWie feet he such uttered.? failure against by. you you to for file eitherof an OPEN 5 A.M TILL 11 P.M. .. '
school meets at 9:43: : Jake Thomas, minister of the plaintiff eeek divorce Bradford : I > Inn Twenty- Appearance forth 1\\ .
y County Telegraph shall publish Hill four 'Tn.I: IS : : d".d..nln herCOpili ,
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with classes and depart- Live Oak church. First Methodist Church of Order In next four weekly .e.u... South(14)llanit) Twenty-two Five (Jl)) relief d ..s .
ifor staffed by Starke cordially Invites you tc Witness my hand and official seal Bant I That the nature. of the suit
all ages At noon the Lord's a.
will
supper Rt Starke, Florida this October 6th, Pure Tires Tubes Batteries
and teach-, worship with us on Sunday morning Together with all bulldlnaaand I filed I Is for a, divorce, wherein the ,
un 80 officers be administered the offering accepted October I960OFFICIAL other. structures. now on Plaintiff ....k. a divorce from you,
Jr. 29, Pastor Thomas: PEAT) A J. Thomas aid land '' L*. And Accessories
i E C Mann, super- and a. basket dinner on Aa Clerk of said Court ; the Dofendant Olndya: Shanda
G. Mitchell Matrlmonll".
said this week. "The Haven the name beingeold to satisfy old "A Vtnnuln
By Crosby Deputy Clerk
I L the church grounds enjoyed.The Church decree That the above entitled cause wet ,.,. .
Ink service is held at school begins at 9.4S: a m. ___ lOll U 10IJ7 Special Master, A. J. Thomas, Jr Inetltutetl In the Kla-hth: Judicial t.'lr. '
evening with the afternoon session com- with a class for every age group. OTICE OF dricriti M.INTER'SHA Wm. H Jeter 401 lull I.lfe Build- oust, In and for Bradford County, and In Let us SIL-I-KLEEN car '
eaday Chancery at Starke, Florida your
at 1:30 with Inr I
mences : a song service At the special I M Jacksonville Florida
ringing( a Bible Study and roll call of churches and be held at 11 recognition a.m. I will serviceto preachon der NOTICE and hy In virtue hereby of given| that that certain un. Solicitor>> for: I'lalntltf- lli il tt IlilIn that the title Shanda.l of the 11. raee Plaintiff In jameeStafford va. by the new Silicone process The new

|,n message, followed by special music by North Shore the subject flnnl decree of r"reco'ure and. Kale Circuit Court, n red ford Couaty, Gladys B. Shands, Defendant. way to lasting car beauty. $7.50 _
,
meeting and choir re- 'Building With made and entered on the lath day Flnr'''., In ('............ It IK. further ordered that thle j
Christian' Church of God'." of Hoptemher; A. n, IflSO' In the Clr: Ethel tone LaChance, Plaintiff v. Notlue tn Appear andlor Order shell 0 WATERPROOF 0 Corrosion Resistant
At 2:13 P. !or., the cult Court In and for Bradford' County KennethVllllara IaChance, Defendant he published. onre each week for r
Sunday evening al 7:30: Mr. Florida. In Chancery In that' Case No. lilt four (4)) coneecutlv weeks In' the
JESUS CHRIST Himes minister of JaCkaonVllle'j :Mitchell will preach on the subject certain putt therein pending, where Order of P.MI..tl. A. OF
1 Shore Church will
"Here. I Stand." The senior and
;R DV !SUNTS!
arch of Jesus Christ of message. intermediate Methodist Youth Fel
llr Day Saints (Mormon Evening activities begin at lowshipa will meet on Sunday eve-
I holds services each Sun- 6:30: with Christian Endeavor ning at 630.: Following the evening -

ib ISO building on North followed at 7:30: by a song service service there is a fellowship.

J Avenue as follows: the Lord's supper and special mu- hour for all young people In the I
lim.: Sunday School. sic. The Rev. Claude :May minis- recreation hall.

. la.: Sacrament service. ter of the Graham church will Prayer meeting Is held every .

Jubllo Is cordially invited I'll bring the evening message at 8:00: Wednesday evening at 7:30: p.m. '. -
services. o'clock. "You are cordially Invited to attend \

and to bring your Bible with ", ..-flt. ... i
K[ BAPTIST CHURCHly .. :
CATHOLIC CHURCH .,'
for
you a very interesting Bible
School. 9.43: : A. M. '" .' '.' ..: ;t'" ,.,. ," i
Sunday Mast 9.13: : a.m. study period Rev. Mitchell con- I tl t '... .
.
.
W
Worship 11 A. M. Sunday School 11 a.m. cluded. Tp .
fa Service 7:30: P. M. Week Day Mass 8:30: am. y ii


r 730 Meeting: o'clock every. Thursday dayBible Study Is every Wednesday At The TabernacleRev. thi ; .:..; ,

C Hemingway.. Pastor at 7:45: and Mrs Lester E. MUles t _arl'A

I trailer evangelists will be guest' q
of the Tabernacle Friday night'I I

Oct. 2T, at 7:30 o'clock. There

d's will be special music on banjo, ac
Promise For Better
& Things"I cordion guitar, cow bells, etc., as \

well as a Gospel message The
I be the Pastor's sermon topic Sunday! night public Is Invited.

I at 7:30: p.m. An Interesting program Is being
planned for the Youth Meeting

Saturday night and a special feature I
First Baptist Church, HamptonBob I will be presented. !

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stahl and
Gray, Pastor
Harold Brooks of the Park of

Bible School 10 AJVf. BTU 6:501'\1.: Palms have been recent visitor l
at the Tabernacle services.

vten joy a good Gospel service & live singing MW

Presbyterian Church IIff
.
'
D. R. Shackelford and J. H. De. t ,

Vane. of Lake City will conduct. I
the Sunday morning worship ser '

Rev. Lewis D. Ilaines, Pastor( vice beginning at 11 o'clock at the I
First Church of 1&.\
Presbyterian

, ST T BAPTIST CHURCH, Starke be Starke.delivered The by morning Mr. DeVane address, whoIs will Rniihi J i .i.i i.; <',.'

president of the "Men of theChurch" Ilei I
prson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town
of the Suwannee Presbytery -
PHONES: Office 23-1 Pastorium 130 ,

**- -r. j jjj jj _rj_, j-j-rrrr rrfrrf ff rrr j Sunday school convenes at 9:45: -i ,. .. .>t.>

f t'ND.VY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M.. 7:30: P.M. A M. Sunday except that the I""';

ay School 9:45 A.M: Training Unions 6:15: P.M. Friendship Bible Class meets at 1C t
DWEEK A. M.\ Visitors are welcome at all '
SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. I services.
f
-P. .

11 A.M.: : "The Last Beam" Fort White BaptistThe ', '\. II' ,,.i

[ 7:30: P.M.: "What Are You Working For?" : .1 "
Fort White Baptist Church .
will observe Homecoming on Sun. I.

A. Friendly Invitation From A day Oct. 22. There will be an all.
day service at the church and during Itself9
Friendly ,...
Church Is Extended To All the morning worship hour the ,t ,h.

Rev. John Pearce regional missionary w.7 '

After, will the bring dinner the, message.which will be >;,), :t '; ,1 .-.; We .take pride in keeping Fords as fine as they were designed .. r

at the church. Deacon Persons of ( ' .. ,and built to be. .

long Jacksonville will give an oration: .
| Bridge Christian Church "
.
,
on there the will history be group of the singing church.by Alsc all Now is a good time to make certain that, your Ford is in tiptop condition. for

SUNDAY who are present. the long driving months ahead. '".
OCT. 29 The pastor, Rev. W. E. Witte, ex.

tends a cordial Invitation to all
members and friends to attend this; You can be sure of quick, dependable

GREAT SPIRITUAL RALLYFisher event. Hereare.4JU' nsw h : economical service. v, '
The church Is located 20 mile: 1 y : :

I south of Lake City. I .

) #"

[ F@lgert }[Speakers, Basket St. .Mark's B. E. Simmon EpiscopalRev. B. D., Vicar' t OUR FORD-TRAINED ,- ..-

Lunch&ALYAREZ&SON MECHANICS know yowr llr
Boone; ) Sunday. October 29: Ford from bwmp to
9:43: A. M., church school with
classes for all ages nursery through bumper, Intede and out t-4

Every Child of God 'Welcome junior high. lOR

11 A. M.. morning prayers and {
sermon by the Rev Canon E. L. OUR GENUINI

Spurr. of Interlachen. fORD PARTS
OUR FACTORY APPROVW 'T
-
Is dally for
church
The open
& prayer and meditation. areVnade right, to fit right. METHODS were designed for your OUR SPECIAL fORD IQUIPMf b'des1 d

TRANSFER COD and last longer. ford to do better fajter for Ford -
STORAGE LONG BRIDGE CHURCH a ; jab your to save you time_and money.',,

According to the Rev. Fred

(\J v 'c, We operate local Dodd, minister the Long Bridge C .J
; Church will observe DRIVE IN TODAY
> wyf'an' d Jk Ion* dJstanc Christian ,

; A.hw, SE2'V.' ,,., ."/' fMywherela V. 8. homecoming this Sunday. Oct. 29 .
f4eta t r are blnvited to .
"i and all Christians

1 1 .a,, 1, attend. .
EXCELLENT The services start Sunday mom-

STORAGE Ing at 10 o'clock with the Sunday ANDREWS MOTOR
school lesson taught by Brother A. CO.

k' r" FACILITIES B. Fisher a nationally known Bible
ts For F' teacher and radio lecturer. The 11

,deer A.Brother M. sermon A. C.will Felgart be brought a prominent by- ]Madi m& Adanu Sis. STARKE FLORIDA Phone 118BEST '

y See ua first! member of the Gldeona and of .f
oie The FUheri of Men. J
A basket dinner will bee servedon FORD DEALERS KNOW FORDS "
:
i it
the grounds at noon by ladies


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BRADFORD oomrrr TELEGRAPII. 8TA1:. PLORWA F1t' 9.tY,

PAGE EIGHT ...
State Road No. 100 East of Lak.Hlltl..r. 0' as for each ...t. No proposals
fly haven Crosby' Deputy dice read afollows: of regrading'constructing will b. Issued unless requests for serted fin the
Church I Work consists
kea ot the Episcopal Church wuoftlclaUng Uan Star.. Florid ARTICLE fir"the I Th. righthide
A J Thomas, Jr., 8N Llmerock Stabllla them are received by this office .t I. te.ervedf Ib
Rites Wednesday znlnlsttr and Interment In addition to her husband she Attys. for Pit. 10127 4t 11111'a amount of the Capital Stock Fifty of Base 11' wide: with Type I HltuminIOU. lent 14 hours prior to the tlm. for or Stale all I,

For Mrs. Scales was In the Gainelvllle Evergreen I. survived by two daughters Mrs I Circuit (..."t. D..r.... Cos.ll Thousand said' PJ.lono'1J.oo"h II:11 which I Surface Treatment 16' wldel.:.01.11draln.lre twoconcrete opening bid. Alfred RQaI A.. O"pa"'n,
Donna Ellzab..th Newton Tavares: Flerldes. I. (........,.. may b. Increased 0" decreased from box culvert bridges incidental; All bide must show totals for each. Sam.err Tarnltull Chi,
Cemetery. Drew Waldo ,John M.lton Boykin Plaintiff vVerna .. time to time. according to law to b. structures: and item and total amount of bid In Engl Slo,.
Funeral lervlcel for Hi'll. Mary Mrs. Seal" moved to W..ldo In Mrs Mary Jeanne B. Boykin DefendantCasa divided Into Two Thousand Shares It.m. The net length 1.8.840 miles.A 10'
and two lIOn. WaIter A. Scales. N... Ill of the par value of TwentyFivCDollars certified cheek In th .amount of
I. Scales 114. who died Saturdaymorning 1938 from Moneeeen Pa. Her and Harold D. Order .r P..II..I. .ad Netted I..I 1130.01)/ sash". ;.000.00 will be r.qulr.d
Keystone Heights. Dank At Starke.. Starke. paid to all
minimum
Hoepfal Appear. "s'ra'a'e1' 0'" PLUIIII.A 1'e Florida The wage Quality
In Alachua General husband Walter R. Scatee II a Scales. Waldo; also one brother. V.rna H. Iloykln whose reddens Florida By: W. h. Sewell Pr..ld..nt.. labor employed on the above contracts HALL MARS GllnTINQ CARD

: were held at 2 P.M. Wednesday prominent merchant ot Waldo Charles Carnes ot Moneeeen. pa. I. 1010 East. Vlr..lnlal Ulbbon.y Rod 1:1.: 0lioanoke \\t tcr,be L, 10 Peek. 19li0.Jr.. Cashier per hour shall r.epectlvely be 11.00 90,76. for and..kllled.Int..rmedlat. '0.75. PHOTOINISNINO a1 : W1

In the DeWitt C. Jones chapel and Keystone 1Ielght. Mre You are required to appear on November 1 Tallahassee. Florida and unskilled labor. HIS.S-
In Gainesville Rev. Fred Yer- Scales was a member ot the ChrleA5K 17th. 1950. In the above named The foregoing Amendment I. For each proposal a certifiedcheck "a
' Court and cause. wherein plate hereby approved this 11th day of in the amount slated m" bnovi Cameras 1
__ v_., __ llm..rraDh Iwprr. Ink stencils I tiff seeks dl"oro. lJ'r..otto..d County October A. n. 1950C. made payable to the
shah this Order '- 10(. the State: Road Department with the -
publish Gay
THE A YVlta KNOWS':("' YgUR WAttiIMAKIRI correction;: 'fluJd, It yD. Bradford Telegraph In next four weekly I..u.. Comptroller State of Florida., n..ary State e Documentary PORTRAIT a r _
Tele..ph. Wltn" my hand and official ..al 11 10190Nellre Stamps attached must accompany IEWt
County at Starke. Florida this Ucto".r18th. each bid. All certified checks shall "CVIIIIT.INGI, HADNEkS ITOXIPHOTOORAPHY
h. certified within 80 days of the DN OlO
1900.OFFICIAL. T. C..1..a
I. ,1".1t C...".. Bradford CeulPlnrfdal ,, ( SEAL) A. :I. Thorns. Office .r the ..... need 0..1 date for receiving bide. Cashier.'
youR I. ('ha.ceq. A. Clerk ot said Court Tallahassee. Florida checks wlll I not be accepted. The Pt
Anna 1\I1I1..r Wasserman PlalntllV. fly haven (Crosby Deputy CI..rk October 17' 1990 checks or the two lowest bidders Wedding &
.. Malt Wasserman DefendantCane>> lOin 41 1111Is CONSTRUCTION PRO'LRAMSeal.d will b. deposited.All foe W. CALL aT. "HONIt Jill
an
No. 8089O..I..r bid. will b. r.c.lv.d at the work to be done In accordance Pour CARD
PebIIeattne. Aed "efl. T. Circuit. Ceert. Nndferd CoaItlFInrldsi : County Court Huse Auditorium with the Plan. Specifications, and PHOTOS STARKK FLORIDA
A....... StATR 0. .OIlIl.A' TO'. li (.........". ftrnoksvllle Florida. from Quall- flp..clal Provisions of the Stale Road afoot
RgG Msx "I'lnk: : whop: reddenand.addreee y Mildred Reed Pequeca. Plaintiff "II. fled Contractors until 10:20: A.M. Special attention is Our 18 Your
called
i iCNECK'UF : which Reputation Guarantee
.. Clair M. P.queen Det..ndant. (51.8.1. on the 31st day of Octoer to Special Provisions 01 SatiJ.
You are required to the tNovember Case No. AU3 ), lo. for the construction of the will b. furnished with each propo.al.
0th, 1960, In abo' Order to' _1011.(1... ..d Heller tAptrrnr .. followh" projects: will b. rurnl.h..d to R. Bullington
named Court and calve. where 8'r.'TN.OP FLORIDA T.. F.d..ral Aid Project No. B-tTl (t). Qualified Contractor upon appli-
coo,1 plaintiff eseke dlvoro.. B..drord Clair M. 1'1u..n. whose r.eidenc. Job No. 1861-150. State Road No. cation to this office ,,'OR THE SUM PHOTOGRAPHER": : D'r
s e Telegraph a :III': I4-UI. Bradford County between I 01IS/
weekly le Unknown
tI'InB'rd. from thiPoffice
: sum
.. In rut four You; are required; to appear on November .. &;Stat Road No. 18 at Brook.r and cha..d for the

bay permmal Integrity and proieaalon, backed by 40 years : sues Witness. mr hand and official ee; named Court 111h. and 1950. cause In the, wh.r.ln abnv(' '" .1

of experience In Fine Watch Repairing, Ia your Guarantee .t Ilark..Florida I this October 4t plaintiff ...k. dl""r" Bradford

ht of Satiefactlon. Anthorlrell Dletrlbutor for JfamUton; 1960.( .: A. :to Thom... Order County In Telegraph next four. weekly I..u.. thi.

sod Bulovs Watches.Ed OFFICIA SCierk or' Bald Court Witness my hand and offl"I.1 ...al '
Elgin, BY Haven Cro.by, Deputy ClerT. : .t Starke. Florida this Octob.r

Simpson Gem Jewelry Frank. for Landrum Plf Stark.10.8 H loridAttys. lOin n'\h..U\ l'L SF-AT. A. 3. ThomaAs .
j Clerk of old Courfly
I Watch le CI.lt C...... .....r... Coal,,, haven Crosby. Deputy Clerl Carpenter'f
Inspector I
Seaboard Railway
1"Slarke's .. '. .. '
Florida l ( .a. 10121 4t IIII'Netlee :
..
Plaintiff v
Denial
Leading Jeweler" Phillip Virgins William. Asitbey. Defend I I tor Iet.atioe t. Apply
.nt. Cue No. IUl For L..tt. P..t I
J r Order .r Pnhlleatlsa A.. Netted T. I Notice h.. that IhIund.nlR
/ n'd th've'o: .
App_.. "TATIQ OF FLORIDtvh. .
Virginia William. will apply to Honorable Fuller War
realdence and address I. ..nknown: r..n. Governor ot the State 0' FlorIda .
You are required to appear oNovember .t his office In the State Capitol. ,
1960. In the abov Florida. Presents Its
10. In the City or Tallahassee. f
..
named Court and cause. .h.r.ln on the ilst''dar of October A. I).
plalntlff eseke vh''ll.Ub Itradfor' : 1950. for Lett. Patent envering the
County: Telegraph thlOWitness ,rollowing Amendment to its Charter.

Let UB m' hand andkofficial.50at adopted meeting of by the the.torkholders.torkholdere of at said a

Nlarke. )5'lorlda thl. October 11. bank held at the office or said hank ICE REAe
1060, In Stark Florida on October lOth
(OFFICIAL SEATo) A.I.: ThomaAs 1950.' at which meeting the hnl..r.of .
Furniture Clerk ot ...14 Court!' more than tour-fifth. or all theoutstanding
Cover Your By Haven Cro.by Deputy CI.rk' capital stork of said
T. Frank J..ndrun'. tarke. FloridiiAtty. bank were present either In person r
.. for Plf. .0120/ 4t 1111La )r by proxy, and being present sign.td I I
-I. a written I consent hereto on the .I
.. WITII Circuit ('0..'. Rrpdfard ('0..1,.., recor4 ot the meeting. anti voted
Florida .. Ckancsrr; un.nlmn..ly to amend the Charter
New Beautiful Ann Urande. lalntlff V. 30hnUr.nd. : or said bank increasing the capital
.,. ... Hefendant. Cass No. 8117 .to"k from 126.000.00 to $50,00000./ I
order of P.blieatioa Ae4 Nneic.'iipprdr. : I The Resolution adopted. hy the
$ wrsrs1 OF F1.1)It11)A TO stockholders being as folio.....: d
I PLASTIC :John Orande. whose r.eld.nce an address I. unknown: of the present Charter .t this Flank
You are required to appear ei b. amended 110 that In lieu of its
I November 90, 1960, In abnvnamed :resent language said Article shall
Court and cause. wherellDlalnttot

n, ; j__ LEATHER County/ ..seeks Ih'f"'p.Jtfhd; thl' '. ., w.C. T.U. '" '

\ ';I' >>- Order Witness in m Yt\and:tr.:de'official y .se:i Your Sealtest e D; 41 w

SO Easy To Keep Clean & New Looking" ::5tark", Florid". this October 18.UII'FICIAL JESS$ WAS CONCERNED ,.

( SF.AL A. :I. Thorns. O\"ER ONE LOST SIIEEP. TO.DAY 'r.ptl'e 019
Phone 239 For A FREE Eltimate A. Clerk ot said Courl Headquarters
fly Haven Crosby. Deputy CI.rk..I I THOUSANDS ARE BEISO
Florid
T. Frank 1..lIdrum. Sta. LOST TO 'III S CJUJRCIITIIROUGII
-
4t 11110
for I'lf. 10120
AUy.
f

Chase C. Shepherd I. Circuit Cn.rt.. "" ....rur. CecahFlorlda .I : TII\T ALCOIIOL.I NOTIUXO. TO YOU[ would like our store to b4 p

Betty Davidson, I. ( aaarerV Cox. Plaintiff. v.: f f YFLORID SEALTEST ICE CREA\I: Hrwll.gwrten l

David Willartl Cox CDefevoflt.8115 ( GOOD NEte'a)) lor curry! family in this
Court .It l\ladlllOn Sea., rh.. 230 Starke. Florlla .. .
Ordpr or Pnbli.sllnn Cad N.tll' TAppear. nt'lghborhoo ',, .
Television Seat Covers ..Radio.FREE n'1'A'I'K 0'" .'LOIU.TO'
: :- rp..ld..n". .
Cox, whose
David Willard Banana 21c Sundae .
and address I.: Holmes CarolinalYou Bible Col- \' rt We offer you these" Special "car- Split - 1
legs, Or.snvllle. south
are required to appear ,oNovember20. nlval" Values for two
.. days only
/ .
and cause. where)
plaintiff nam.d Court asks dlvoree. Custody anot 80 that you may become better.. ace DOUBLE DIP

Control of minor child k r..toratlonor with
qualnteol us.
maiden nam. Bradford Count

Telegraph next four: le.\\publish\: .this.. OrdeIn s r \v I CONE 8eWe

Witness ny hand and official .eal
At Starke. Florida, thus October 11. Give You
cle
1960.IUFFICtALA.. r e IIALF-GAL'LON
.Clerk f said: Curl -

T.117 Frank Itav.n tandrum Crasby,' S Deputy, .'<;; 1 1AUy. Fair Price.So you Will come >> c'

.. for Plf. 0121) 4t 11110 back again. BULK
.
Circle "'o.t"' Dredfned ('.....,.. 3 r ,
4 MONTHS SUPPLY OFGAS n .tEiiJDou.i 2. Excellent Service Courteous f
Flmddat Is ('assess
Julius N, Warren, Plaintiff vs.Orerl Ono'Ord. .' i. .. & Clean: ; ICE CREAM
n..r..n.lant. Cape No.
W. Warren ....1... TIappese. .
.. .r P.hll.ptlee Aso .J '
.1..1 0'" "" ..UHII.TO' 3. SEALTEST ICE CREAM ,
Grace W '" whose .r..ldenc. & Other High Quality ber ,
tJnllnownl
is :
and address
You are required tn appea.- offlt chandise for your complete .
November. 20th 1060 In the above put '
named Court and cause. wherelrDlalntltf enjoyment.) :Jpt 89c'
divorce I custody and
peeks
''control; of minor children; and. nth.. I LuyiugAutomOLiIeIn.uraucc
relief Bradford County Telegraph i
.h.1I publish this Order In n.ltt
four weekly I.."....
Witness my hand and official seal.
at Ptarke Florida this October 18th.
1160.OFFIC1AIAn8/ ONE: TABLE OF flThJ
( Clerk: of A. aid: Cnbrt.Hy .. Charley E. Johns DOUBLE DII'

ITaven Crosby Deputy Clerk Agency Milk Shake.z .
Cerro. E, Harper. td4 W, Ilnlvsretty, Gift Items
Avenue Oalne.vllle, FlorldaAttys Phone IS STARKE, FLA.1ipretentlnE
;
ltltder tor PIf. 10110 4t 11110I.

r'r: Circuit (....... ... Ce.cy. .. Price DOUBLE DIP Ice Crea
Florida s In l'heneery. s : .lOcSealtest
Doris. Cour.on Wllilams.Plaintiff. V. '.'....
.
Joseph William., D.t..ndant.C. Soda
-
No. SIlt .... THE T"AVEU"S. Hertford
Order of Pshli.sllan. And Neelee. T.
apses.. .rsr91: OP 'I.OH'' TO'
Jo..ph Williams. whose pddreu I.

unknown You ..: required tn .Pp..V onNovember
10th. 1950. In the above
named Court and' cause. wherein
plalntlft peek e divorce. "r..dford HAITI MIllION
Count Telegraph. shell. publish this "OIlKEr11NOJYON
.
.
ae Ord..r In next four weekly issues.Witness
my hand and oth'I..1 seal
pt Starke. Florlda. this October 18th.

(1900.OFFICIAl SEAL) A. :I. Thomas
gj'I! A. Clerk 0' salt. Court
Fly 'Jlaven Crosby Deputy Clerk
f 10120 4t 11110

In 1..1. "...".. Bradford r..t.
THE
<, Fl.......' Ie (...........,.. Il !II-/--

1 y CIQ.c"?lalntlff Olivia v. Theodore UubbaroS Roosevelt Wicks,

Defendant. Can No. .U8 .
0.Wick..... of PeI.ltes0le.. Aed ......... T. [Ei-
Half
Inset. PTTH O. FI."I1" TIN .. Mall than 500,000 Oldsmobile'' Owners
Theodor. Roosevelt Wicks. whoa

esldence You are I. required Unknown to appear Oft ail the Power, Smoolhnest, 'QuIetness and EUIIDr
Nov..mber 11th. 19S0. In the above
lamed Court and cause. wherein
plalntlfr seeks dl"orc. and r.- '' IbIs Famous Hllb.Campr.ssl Engine!
oration of maiden name. Hrztnrd'ounty
3 :y Telegraph shall publish this
Irder in next weekly; Issue..
vas
Wltnesa 01" hand and .t'I..laf seal.
N5ark... Fiorlda'thle October 11th. C

(OFFICIAL SEAL A. :I. Thomas -
A. Clerk or aid Court.ly p
0 Haven Crosby. Clerk. l -
r lolls: 4t 1111. TL
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.. Plr.rit ('...... Bradford Cseety.inrldal ., ,
.. Is t'kseeerye.ucllle .
Copenhaver Plaint 1ft, v.
With Each Range Installation John W. Copenhaver Case I..ndant.N. 5017Irder

.. .r P.hllearlee. cud ........ ..
A."T' ...: tiP ." ..0111"T..'
For A Limited Time Only J..h n ,%. ('op.n ha v.r. whose r5.1.ens .
I. Unknown:
You are required to appear .n No.
ember 17th 1&50. In the above nam.d -
Subject To Withdrawal At Any TimeR Court and cause. wherein plain. w
"rr seeks divorce and custodr and
:nnrul of minor chlldrpn. Prd.Ord .
/ County Telegraph shell pub..h -
this Order In next four weekly
Isuua..
Witness my hand and, orl..al seal.
at I4t.rk.. Florlda this ("'tob.r13r.
I .'. 1960.LFFICIAI./ .
... SEAL) A. I.: Thomas
A. Clerk ot said Court
ny n..n Cro.hy Deputy, Clerk
SLADE E. K. Perryman Starke ..Florlda..AU .
,... for Plf. 101.1 4t 11111r.

.I .1..1. (..... B.dferd ('...1".
lend.. Is Ch..e.ry.Irginla Any "Rocket" OId.un\LiIe owner eaa kD you! For enry."Roclt't-! R WrM
H. RoltlnRs. 'Ialntlft.' va +
Thomall Melvin Rollin.. Defendant Oldsmobile owner "' 0n-.,'. d drwrwtk lifltlWKe 6eiweerl Ilse"Rocket's"

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N. T.: 'l i bfWU'thrilling"Rocket'ride ill the brilliant Oldsmobile"88"t vAllI'
Phone 121 E. Call St. Starke You are required to appear on No..mber :. A eeeaiK' MorOlS
". 11th. 1t5// In the above ham.I
...I Court and cause wh.r.In. "lain.tltf .
peeks dl"o...... hrafnrd County 511 YOUR NIARISr .
T.I..aph shall publish this Order OLDSMOBILIDIALIR
ACT NOW! III next four weekly. I..,...
Witness my hand and official, seal
.13.t I t rABuN5rgs, Florida this. October Toro de Chevrolet CALL&COURTST

(OFFICIAL BF.AI.A.. :I. Thoma.A. Company Starke,
Clerk 0' old Court Phone l lld