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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 17, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Qlficial County Publication Established In 1879
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if ;t'iisi: :..... ST.tRKLELOItWAR1DAY,1iO8.MRE1( 1719O 4UMBE1aE1GHTEEN
action by Governor Full- a new trial on grounds that confession .T1".TWU -- -____ ------- -.-- .. --- ._-- -Oo _._ Oo_ - ---- -

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'arren for three negroes con- were obtained while the negroes Mounting Cost Of : Factory Plans Rapidly Shaping Up

date of first degree murder In were confined In the "flat top"at Operation BlamedAs Special THANKSGIVING Events ; ,, ,
" of D. L. SUcox. Starke the State Prison. The appeal II'

aylng ant.thle, on week May'in. 1949 a ,,letter was was decision.denied by the court in a 5-1 Hospital Closes Doors Wednesday C of Directors Back, From Carolina :

Sheriff P. D. Reddish.communication Slgsbee L. Scruggs of Gainesville .

en by. the one of the attorneys repre- for th.
Financial difficulties Charter application
Jd County Sheriff, transfto senting the defendants, told the blamed were Bradford Development B
County f
by Manager A. M. Slog NEE TilE BIGGEST
the Governor the court Telegraph Wednesday that hand < for the closing f the North Flor First And Last AN1 TilE LITTLEST Enterprises, Inc.- 'ha* _been forwarded
and a copy his associates did not plan to ,
the case ida Clinic to Secretary of State R.
Sate issued last week carry their appeal to the U. S Wednesday afternoon. Birth RecordedIn
, In view of When Andrew and Graham A. Gray in Tallahassee. and Is expected -
Court af- Court.In preparations to
. Florida Supreme Supreme the hospital close the "new arrivals" returned" from North Carolina to be approved within the
the depart.
" and sen- his letter to Governor only patients
I the conviction Warren cepted ac- ment, North Florida Clinic they brought along aantple of next few days, Guy Andrews
Court here Sheriff Reddish recently at the hospital' '
Circuit pointed out
the
of the were those with (which opened under the name largest and stnaUVst farmmls -' temporary president of the organization
that a year and a half has elapsed prospective
1949. short-terln of made by;: the Mlerloff. announced yesterday
IY?, Illnesses. Shadycrest Hospital) has recorded -
defendants since the crime Possible
was committed
Jrneys for the long-term patients 799 births since Its open- The. work' pant (slce 80) and a Mr. Andrew and W. H. Graham -
to the I and urged that an early date be Were referred
appealed
quently elsewhere, so that the : Ing on February 26, 1947. tiny pair of overall are now on both member of the board
for the clinic
set execution.
requesting could
Court, display In the lobby of the F1urMa
supreme be > '
of
closed as planned.No First child born In the hospitalwas of directors of the Chamber
Bank at Starke.First Commerce, spent the weekend In .
I decisions have been a baby girl. Jacquelyn Loretta O

S Plays St. Augustine! Tonight; on the disposal of the equipment reached Colson daughter of Mr. and Union Service, November 23, 9i30: A.M. Lexington N. C., Inspecting the "

or the building Mr. Ste/MM. Mrs. Archie Colson, Rt. 1, Starke. Strawberry home plant of the Slceloff Man-

The hospital The last birth recorded before thehospital's ufacturing Co., and returned to
staff, which was at Ministers and congregations of all Starke churches will Of New Season Starke well stating that
pleased
Tie Tiers times
\ as large closing Wednesday was
Wednesday 20
Game as to 25 'I
al !
!
; has been gradually diminish memoers. -. that of Laura. Ann Trlest, daughter join in the annual Thanksgiving Union Service to be heldin Picked By CasonThe "everything was as represented".

ed to nl"1 the last few months of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sidney the First Christian Church on E. Call St. at 9:30 A.M. first This North Carolina manufacturer -'
keyed-up Lake Butler Tigers put a gloom on and but two Trlest of Keystone HeightsShe I ripe atrawb..rryharbinger of a well-known brand of
highly or three
of
The theae Rev. T. G.; Mitchell pastor ,of the First Methodist of ,a season which
activities when they battled the Bradford Tors were gone before was born November 9. work clothes, proposes to estab-

ecoming 6-6 stalemate last Friday night before some 2,200 Wednesday. Mr. s\eg\closing and time re- Other births recorded recently I Church will bring the message. Every church memberis should few get under way her In a lish a branch plant In Starke If
more week unless
to a (
frost Intervenes
the largest crowd ever to assemble at Bradford Park.II I mainlng employees will continue were: asked to cooperate in this service by being present. ) was brought to the- certain conditions can be met.
I on for Mr. Andrews said yesterday thatprogress
while
well officiated, a to put the closing Mr. and Mrs. William Lane, Telegraph Thursday
morning by
game was affairs in : I I. being made on every
lean, hard playing by the ball for a 10 yard loss.. Lake Butler I equipment order for and to arrange Starke, a daughter, Martha Ann, Thanksgiving Music Festival O. C. Cason leading county! phase of the negotiations and

praise from all of- couldn't move though, and eventual disposal. October 28. grower. .
brought successful conclusion
predicted a -
erts quick kick to 'ROb'1 Dr. j. 1>r. Hembree and Dr. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Craw
H. It Tuesday, November 21, 2:00 P.M. According an Item in the at an. early date.
Tornadoes had plenty of yard line. Adams opened'the hospital ford, Rt. 1, Starke, a son, Michael Plant City Courier, the first pint of

and outcharged the Tigers, With time running out and' Joined February by 26 Dr., 1947 C. K.and were >later James Mr. ,and November Mrs. 4. BHS Athletic Field of berries was picked there last stock Voluntary In the subscriptions corporation now '

scoring distance when fourth down coming up, Hazen Hayes. The Eldrldge Moody week by Mickey Mangum, 17-
near new hospital Starke total $13,700, Andrews! said.
Union line refused tony went back In punt formation and was open a little I a daughter, November 4. year-old Future Farmer, and wa
-vier more than three Mr. and Mrs. J. This will include Grades 3 These have come in on a purely
yardage that the Torna- aided with a key block by Donald and one-half, T. Prevatt, program songs by pupils' auctioned off at the state market
basis in order to be Included
needed. Big Dewey Thorn- Bennett raced 47 yards, all the years mounting before COAts closing: in the face of' Starke vember, 7.Student a, son, Glen Taylor, No- .t, 5,6 and the Junior and Senior High School Glee Clubs: for 200. voluntary on the Hat of charter In-- ''

i former Bradford student, time stiff-arming would-be tacklers which, according to of operation also numbers by the BUS Band. All patrons and friends The Plant City "first pint" cam> corporators. Active solicitationfor

I to be a thorn in Bradford's but was finally pulled down made it impractical to the own..rs'I of the school are cordially invited to attend. In three weeks ahead of last sea' the sale of share In the corp-
.1 I night. from behind on the 8 yard line. I continue. Council on'* first In that area. oration has not yet started.

The game ended after two plays I. -,__ _
k Hazen. quarterback, .was Council Rescinds. Plans Honors Court Mr. Andrews stated that D. S. '
Jthe outstanding player onlid had lost the Tornadoes 7 yards. I Welfare Director Siceloff Jr., president of the

offensively and defensiveId Bradford High travels to St Action On Opening At the Student Council meet- Pert Blonde Freshman Crowned Queen I Speaks At Children's manufacturing plant is taking 10

never gave up, still tryinglast Augustine: tonight (Friday) for a Clark StreetAt Ing Wednesday, November 8, shares ($1,000)) in the corporationand
minute victory by run- conference game with the Yellow I Mr. Ferguson suggested that the Committee Meeting
will be Included In the original
*7 yards from punt formation Jackets of Kell rllnus. This game a regular meeting of school establish an Honor Courtto Of Homecoming Festivities Last Weeki incorporators.
|.on'i 8 yard line with less will be a charity affair, sponsoredby the deal with students ;who break Miss Bstelle Long or Green
City Council on November 7 a dele the rules Cove Springs, director of District Others who have come In since
minute to go. the St. Augustine Kiwanis' of the school.Ve discussed I
i Club. The Yellow Jacket scoreda gation composed of'Mr. and Mrs this matter and then votedto Jlmmle ,, S Welfare, was guest speaker at the first list was published areas

..T'TI."IC.BH.. VaIudowflp resounding 36-19 victory over' O. I* Beasley Mrs. J. P. Robert have the Honor Court. daughter J the regular monthly meeting of follow: Harmon Morgan 3

11 7 Seabreeze last Friday night in and S. A. Weldon I The Honor Court wilt be com Moncrlef the Bradford County Children shares, dbarles Shepperd 2 sharesvJ
completod( S SIncomplete appeared to of Committee hold at R. Kelly 2 share, George Van-
Daytona.The posed the President of the Stu- noon MondayIn
I 11 : discuss the proposed up a 2 snares R. 1hare.
I Inlnrcrptrd'd opening of dent Council and three members Avery Inn. pfy C. Dampier

!'lOrd. pa running..lng; 281 115I 54 final game on the 1950 Tor- Clark Street between Pratt and selected from each of two grades: eat claim the ; Miss Long reported that Drad- .

0 2 4umbleN nado football schedule will be played Eighth Streets. one from the 7th and 8th graded; 1950.\ ," ord County currently has 301 Mr. Andrews stated that the

.n ltlr) > r.o. IS X 16'punt. 0 here next Wednesday night : Each member of the delegation one from the 9th and 10th grade, Bradford cases of aid to dependent children, Slceloff architect has plan. almost -

\IdlOta.cI 4 when Bradford meets Green Cove' expressed opposition to the open- and the third from the 11th and Miss Including, a. total of 780 children. completed for the proposed ..

ItalicS kicker punts I 40, 10 40 Sprlnf* Inf.| .a pre-Thanksglvlng! ing of the sfcreet stating belief that 12th grade Identity' of these queen by Sh, discussed some of the problems plant here, and that D. S. Slceloif -

.'tere..4 punt 0 '4 rent' iOrU0rial> Stadium: It was not needed for the purpose representatives will be. kept as arising1' Ifthe admlnlstra Jr., will be In Starke the
turned kickoffs s' It outlined by the Council.In I to avoid undue first ot.the ;,Weals>for further con
For the past two years the Tornadoes -i secret as possible. after the ,Ion of this\program.

| Tornadoes tame ,out foe'.>[. have emerged victoriousover reply members of the Council undermining of the court' decisions {9" .)V" "The meeting was"presided-over ,e..nca.--' ...,. .. 0Legion

ela&4s.nsw.e.ofl. neighboring .Clay .Hi,,,,," but gave their views' -as to' whji..ttyi bypetty criticism. the 9th IIMr,/ .. Edward Burn, chairman .
I peri0d. silver when these two rivals meet, past street should be opened. In the LAst week, Mr. Partln said the of the county committee To Sponsor

consisting of rid gray records are forgotten:; discussion of this matter the property Coundll could, with approval of,I at present She urged that increased office Festival

la pants, scarlet jerseys The grldsters from Clay County owners agreed that if It became the student body, get one percentof competing time be allotted to Bradford Berry
gray northwestern stripe necessary to move all the net proceeds of the bull I quire, County for the Early Next MayJonesLangfordWhite
I1' sleeve, and numerals have a good, fast team this year, utility purpose of Inter
gray
winning six of their eight en- lines from Temple 'Avenue, because games, dances, and other school won the viewing client. and prospective
Butler won the toss and of tctlvltlos. We plan to have each I Post 58,
the
counters. They have defeated widening of U. S. 301, quire client for welfare. At' the pre*- '
I to receive. Rowe klcke.dDrlKJers homeroom hold to dlsCU.IH American had record
Palatka 13-0 St. Joseph 20-6; then they would gladly agree to a meeting Colonna ent time Bradford I I. receiving! Legion a
on the 20, who re- Florida D & ;B 24-0 Crescent City give the City an easement throughthe this question. If the classes 111\1 .. I only three hours of auch service attendance at its regular meeting
;
to the 30. Whitehead. Lake : property for the of approve, then the small percent [ month. held Tuesday night at the Legion
32-0 Bunnell 87-6 and Okeecho- purpose re. JIMMJK MONCBIRP per
: ;
I i leading ground gainer and obtained will be used toward Home.
locating these lines.A Miss
bee 52-0. Their two losses were to I I Miss Long said that she would
runner, hard to bring Macclenny 12-13 and Cross City motion was made by L. 0 operation of the Student Council. {, the 9th I II A bracelet engraved "Miss Brad- take the matter up with the A report of the District Conference

I set Lake Butler's hopes up 12-7 Hazen that the action of the City Nancy Dune, Reporter': self the 1060" ,was presented the proper official and nee what held at Crystal River on No- '

.t raced from the Tiger's 84 Tornadoes have no mean Council of October 24, adopting I Clara by the Junior Class, spon could be done.. vember 12th was given by Commander -

(line to Bradford's 45 but The a. motion to open Clark Street b< 1 took .. of the Homecoming Queen A. J. Thomas, Jr. The
record themselves, winning flve, Rattler The program wall In charge of
fi when hit hard and Earl rescinded. The motion was sec Heap Big 11th grade year. Post then entered Into a discussionof
S. E.
losing two and tying one. Sparks lay member of
recovered for Bradford onded by P. L. Bridges and car grade. [ "Votes' were cast by cash con plan for an Intensive membership '1.
District S
| Roberts, Tiger quarterback, This will be the last game of the ried. ""I I For a i The queen contest and who Introduced the campaign to be held In the
,
led the stands with arer 1950 season for the Tornadoes and campaign, '', Junior class concessions at the speaker. near future John M. Godwin, Post

( punt return near the end a large crowd is expected to see a Guy Andrews and E. L. Mat. campaign |'I I game grossed approxi Adjutant, Informed the Post that
thews letter from the
presented a
j flrst quarter, when he re- record graduating group of 15 T're and : $300, which will go to fi i. BHS Junior Varsity over 100 1931 membership cards

I Johns' punt on his own 10 players perform for the last time Siceloff Lexington Manufacturing N. C., relating to Co.power, of the entire ]], the Junior-Senior banquet Plans Cage ScheduleThe had been Issued thus far but remInded -

>ne and, sidestepping and for the Crimson and Gray. their went to spring. the Legionnaire. that the
rates and tax rates affecting
IS. outraced all Bradfordr proposed branch plant in Starke. second week of practice Post still had a long way to go

an apparen't touchdown.eager Better DisciplineIs The matter was discussed and Pecan Band Travels finds the BHS Junior Varsity before the 1990 membership of 193 4i

Tiger laid a neat Need Of Today taken under advisement.The Take Basketball team "shaping u ]p paid up Legionnaires would be

| Charles Hutchinson on the St. Augustine nicely", a* Hugh Ingram, coach equalled.The .

rd I 30 yard line that nullified Rotarians ToldA of the Council Mayor's approved office for the use the ;, Next Game TonightThe of the Junior squad, put It. Pont authorized Its Execu-

ichdown and set .the ball Church for the I, Selected from boys in the 7th, tive Committee to enter Into a
Methodist
,
emphasis on purposeof Pecan
|i Bradford's 45. plea for greater School classon Bradford County High 8th, and 9th grades, the Junior contract with the Royal Expos-*
i there the Tigers marched morality and discipline In the holding one mornings.Sunday { the band will travel to Ht. Varsity expects to match talent tlon Shows /whereby a Strawberry

[Tomadoes' 33 where White- home was voiced by Slgsbee L Sunday Thursday tonight for the TJH3- with the "B" team of several Festival would be held in Starkeon

iibled and Bradford re- Scruggs. Gainesville attorney Several complaints were registered State January.'T. game to take part in high schools, and also the Junior either the first or second weekIn
Club with the Council In reference
The who at the Rotary
Tornadoes scored spoke The .. halftime show, and to pro- High tram at Lawtey. This I lathe May.
My Wednesday. to the use of loud speakers in
of luncheon
> the second
period .. music during the game, ac first year that player above Commander Thomas announced
of town. It was agreed cents
Mon 28'1.
punter Roberts got off There has been a growing various parts ", to Director Curl Hoberta.I the 9th grade have been excluded that the Annual Department
[punt that was downed on tendency In recent years for parents / that there was a City or- of IVi I During the halftime show, the from the Junior teum. Membership 'Round-Up would be
I dinance relating to unnecessary, auction' '
yard
line. Carl Johns, the responsibility
to delegate band will be classed against
Junior Jacksonville
squad coach Ingram held In next Saturday
I and that same would be enforced \
noises
Prevail the
to pound
Donald Bennett children
of training their per Kntterllnus band, which there the 9 Leglon-
the I say appears to bo plentyof Nov. IH at Post
to unnecessary
reference
k Hazen, all hard, churches, and otnerorranlz..d with offered.A .
running school the loud a first division rating In future talent developing In his Home on 311 West Duval St. Festivities
of speakers. #
[the ball In six plays over groups. This accountsfor use 1910:' Band festival for the Dth
before thCouncil team, and that no''cutting down will start with Registration -
,I.I with Carl Johns going much of the Juvenile delinquency J. It Arnold with appeared reference to the brought a : of Florida Bandmaster' of the squad 1 Is anticipated no at 1 P. M., and continue with
<
yards. Hazen's kick of our day, .Mr. Scruggs out of Alligator: Creekj compared / I "first string" has yet been picked reports on membership and Post
a Point was no good and said, and the situation will not cleaning gross of
water conditions that The Bradford County Band now he aald. activities during the afternoon.
1J And rfnd also the -
stood I
8-0 mothers
Bradford at grow better until to as- existed during heavy rains and pounds. only Its second year of organ- A schedule of some 12 to 10! Dinner at 7 P.M. and dancing 1ft
fathers are again willing Curtis expects to execute for will From 9 P. M. on. i.:
ronlng In damages done to his house by I game be announced at a
second half kickoffladoes sume their full responsibility chil- same. Mr. Arnold was advised I price of *, precision marching, and I later date.Members. The Post meeting was climaxed j jby
started from their the proper rearing of their than the interpretatIons good a short Abbott and Costello "
obtain -
to h
l yard line and marched toI that the Council was trying of the "Junior Var.slty'
I IS dren. dragline and would have varieties to make a favorable show-I are: film and a hamburger fry presided
a
yard
line the,
I Tlg.r line where I The speaker was Introduced by this project completed as soon a* Stewart. alongside the long-establish Tommy Gill. Marlon Harrington over by Legionnaires Herb Deal.
refused to give Court A. J. Thomas The Director T. Hazen Jr.
Clerk of the Ketterllnus group, Robert and C. j
Ft inches to the Tornadoes II possible. I said. I Manning, Archie Carmichael -
|'st down and the Tigers A motion was made by W T Paul Rivers, Albert -

In the third quarter Scout District Jackson that the City be respon- I Newman, Sydney Jackson, Pat Beulah Church ;i

I1"ter a series of punts, I Met Here Monday sible for all damages Incurred to;: Tax Progressing Bowers, Billy Bule; Plans Centennial ,

Pitched a pass! to End the house of :Mr. Arnold causedby BHS Annual Stanley Clark. .1. R. Beak,

f that carried 17 yards to I The annual meeting of the New the overflow of Alligator Creek Marlton Slngtetary, Levy Can- Event Sunday

II U. Whitehead River District. Boy Scouts of prior to the time that the dragline Bradford Production of the 1950-51 Brad-' ova Bonny McRe, Billy Hender I
again Alligator Well all the big make aren'tOllt Beulah Baptist Church locatedon
n another held in the Legion could be obtained to clean out sonal High School annual is mov- son. Larry Van Alstlne, Jerry
long that America. was ,
run River It I
concrete New way. seems. State Highway 21 east of 4'
,0 the 22.lhnPi" home Monday night. A covered Creek to the running a ; right along. Individual photo- Colley, Tommy Blade
6-foot 3-Inch rattler I Lake will observe ItaCent..nnlal
enjoyed prior to bridge and that the City's responsibility The giant year* .. of students from the 7th Leslie Coker, George Canova, Kingsley '
to dish supper was held t.loft Joe Ricks ws November ;
[ Driggers helped for dam- being by on Sunday,
would cease any Collector J. the 12th grades their Billy Helnlz, Kill Bower .
I On Bradford's 10 yard the program.Horace of this pro- killed on the W. O. Collins farmon 19, with special Homecomingservices. I'
conclusion and
down Chief ages at the and school officials were Wayne Douglas. the Team
I' and 10 to for a Williamson, the old Camp Standing road .
go seconded by
.n. North ject. Motion wa* the end of Tuesday, to be Included In Manager, Richard Henderson. and
Two down. lost 8 Scout Executive of the carried. Rlrki and his companion, Cecil: E Regular services will be heldin
lit Bridges and 4% yearbook. Assistant Manager Billy Harring I
O n the third down Florida Council l. made the prin- Council agreed to raise the Leach. were doing tome work on by s ( ton. the morning by the pastor.
ud raced of the evening. He The farm and Leech The ;' Planned for division Into sec
around left end cipal address and John the Collins stepped Rev. Howard H. Mott. Dinner
C Gieger
O.
for the tying .coro. was Introduced by Art Rowan of salaries of week. on the Insk5. which was In for Features, Faculty, will be served on the grounds at
kick $5 each per and others the Telegraph To Print
Spence
WIU no good and Live Oak, field executive. stretched out across a grassy path. uary, to 1 year- 1pm.
ed the scoring. I The'nominating committee It had 14 rattles and a button- discount in will contain about 132 pages Early Next WeekAll The afternoon services will begin -
last for Attention HENS! penalty will be available to the stu '
quarter the Torna- i brought in recommendations -Photo by Ray Maples at 2 p.m. and will feature
OVp4 another Union I officers for the new year and Ira Lester of \'t per at $2.SO per copy. correspondents, advertiser recognition of former pastors and

,nth, 39 yard line and I these will be announced lat$r. Mr. and recently Mrs. placed on display County UnemployedThe tax bills, The. school snnual will be and club and church reporter visitors. A highlight of the afternoon

-n to the Tigers' 9 Certificates of recognition for Hampton Telegraph office a Issuance by the Taylor Publishing are asked to get their materialIn will be the presentation of

On nice runs by James I outstanding service in the dis at the weighing live Florida Industrial Commission \ I la following ", Dallas, Texas and I I. sche to the Telegraph one day earl the church history by Miss Elms

At this Point that same trict were awarded to L. A Giant Red The hen> Telegraph egg takes this reports weekly unemployment tern a* for delivery by April 15: ier next week. A* I II customary, Thomas long time church clerk. ,.11'

;::ve line of Lake Butler Shepherd chairman of organization ounces' Informing hens in other Insurance payments In A penalty the paper will be published on The afternoon sermon will be delivered

Tornadoes again and and extension: B. E. Simmons means of county as to what the Bradford County for the weekending mount of Photo of students and teachers I Wednesday Instead of Thursday by Rev. C. A. Crosby. ,
r .and parts of the being made by Florida School In order to observe the ThanksgIving "
the ball on downs on district commissioner\ ; hen. are doing these November 3 in the amountof pi4ed to Beulah Church was 100 years ,

wd I fUmbled lIne after the Brad- Scoutmasters and assistants of days.Hampton 1456 to all unemployed worker ginning In of Lake Wale holiday __ old on November 13. .

and recovered the troops. .
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, rLOamA FRIDAY,
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Tampa were weekend guests of Sub-District meeting In Keystone: TI..m b.

Bradford County Telegraph LAWTEY his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Heights last Monday night were plaintiff named/ 'rviiith' "IL I I "W"51 1 'a J .tk<

l Crews. Misses Idell and Betty Durban, County T.I"/rr..pt./ dl.. rt.o. ,
Miss Linda Carter spent Sunday Order In haU Ob''
L. II. Patch next I, .
Ann Carter, Ada Edwards Wltne.. i
,!
Connie
ESTABLISHED 1870 E. LM MATTHEWS. O NIER-IEDITOR the C. F. 1n 'kl, .
? here with her parents, at Starks. Plods ,
,
and Jackie Harley, Qulnelle Smith ,
4th,
I ',d s Carters. 190;:; 'hlQ""lt
PubIIid ed Every Friday and Entered as Second fir H. C. Kelly la having the old An- Mary Ann Wells, Linda and Hilda OFFICIAL "; I\I"!: ,
i Flat. derson Garage east of Rev. E. D. Boyer and grandson Crews, Mrs. L. H. Futch \
building
Clam Matter at the Post Office at Starke, David By A..( y
,
,1m-1Z tunvess4i,4rter the railroad remodelled. When Doyle Boyer, Jr., of Tampa, came and Wendell Kelly and Fay Durban. fay Haven 8h..ld,,, ;1.1; t ; l
'
u
1950 completed he plans to move his to Lawtey last Saturday to bring Daytona Rea I VheII p, ,,u., q g
--- DONCA." .NEBR. I
MEMBERBuMcriptlon Attys dt
for
grocery store into new quarters. Irene and Charles Moore, who had Pit

Annually $LBO For !Six! MonthsFANTASTIC Wherein I welcome the first She had a slight stroke and my This old building Is constructed of been spending some time with :I KlorldBi In rirmlt In Cost Chnnrrrr.Joseph Bradford. Coantr. :L F'lorldsl Circuit Ip::hrI_:, ahdf.q'1111

92.50 snow flakes, and rmllzc. I love the husband took her over for Addleto metal but Mr. Keny is having the their grandfather, Rev. Boyer. Vebra. Plaintiff. vs. Anaatanlja ": .

sklea of home and Hinging. winds care for. Yesterday I took a pat metal sides replaced with concrete Miss Ada Edwards spent last Order Vebra Of,Publication Defendant.A Case... Not No..lev 8150 T.Appear Catherine afac urdY Curdy. Io".da'. '
blocks This Improvement will add weekend In Jacksonville with rela- STATE OF FLORIDA TOt
of
more each hour. fresh butter, some buttermilk Order
Of
IT'S POSSIBLE
BUT AnaHtaMja Vftbra whose Puhlleanns 1
residenceand .f\::
i There may be fairer skies than a small glass of apple jelly, and a much to our town. T. D. Mathews tives.Mrs. address ,la Unknown: Catherine Appear '

A timely article in a recent popular magazine by Senator those few cookies I had made, over to Is the contractor. A. O. Green of Miami visIted December You are 11th required, 1950, to In appear the above on and 'McCurdvM I. Cnknow5: "hu."LUIUI'.1Decemberre11th '

Chase Smith entitled "The Day They Took the Vote That bend above the prairie grass, her. She was so happy to be re Miss Vera Crews celebrated her her niece, Mrs. 'C. R. Crews, named Court and cause, wherein ulred :
Margaret :I4
Where nestles close the wind- membered. She is recovering seventh birthday anniversary last during the week.D. plaintiff Neekfi divorce. Bradford named 1960 tD.
Away" dramatizes the ever-present danger which faces any blown rose slowly. The dear old lady /.we call Saturday at the home of her parents B. Harley and L. H. Futch Order County. In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Innuei.this seeks a divoreu"'a1

liberty loving people. In it Senator Smith tells us what And drifting shadows slowly pass; Aunt Mary is still alive. She al- Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews. attended the District Meeting of I I at Witness Starke,my Florida hand,and this official November seal Order In Tol."ranh next four shall 9ul

COULD happen if Americans continue to take little interest There may be canyon walls and so had a stroke going on three Twenty-flve of Vera's little friends the Masonic Lodges in Gainesville 8th, 1060.OFFICIAL. at .mv hand weeksSVltnee and I,

in local elections and let the "pressure groups" gain in streams years ago, but has never since been were present to help her enjoy the Wednesday of last .meek. I ( A SEAL* Clerk) A.of said: Court" 8th.Starke 1990.OFFICIAL., Florida. thl,olt II"!",
II That edge the far horizon rim able to leave her bed. occasion. She received many By Haven. Crosby Deputy. Clerk ( REAL
I strength and voting control. She shows how a relatively With tufted pines that whisperdreams Last night the went lovely gifts. Mrs. Crews was assisted Mrs. Rhoden of Ft. Pierce Is T. Frank nnclrum, Starke Florida A. Clerk) A. I.
mercury 010&11
here with Attya. for Plf. 11110| 4t tail By Haven
small number of active voters could actually put into officea down to 13: degrees above zero. by her sister, Mrs. Myrtle I spending several days l' Frank .andrum CrnBby., Sttrke,
her daughter, Mrs. C. R. Mc- In Circuit Conrt. Bradford Couatr, A ty.. for Pit ,.
Vanzant and
entertaining servIng
Of lovers In starlight dim Digger has to stay In the house
presidential "strong man" along with a constitutional young Florida In Caanrerir 11111
Swain.
And cities with their lights that these cold days. I take him walk. refreshments of Ice cream and Robert. C. McKinley, Plaintiff vs.IIllr"ret .
amendment abolishing: the vote. They could do it, she when S. J. Futch of Jacksonville spent F. McKinley. Defendant
lure ing I go to the store and he
Cane No.
writes, because numerous Americans are content to let others: Strong men to seek for fame and has lots of fun.HELPFUL cake.Mr.. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards and the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.J. Order Of Publication And Notice 1149. T*
S. Eunice, Sr. Appear STATE OF FLORIDA TOlMri
do the voting, because others have the attitude of "What'sthe power; HINTS: To breakup I family of Atlanta were visiting his last *. Margaret F. McKinley whonereitldenre O
be- But here where singing winds ore a cold try smelling and Inhaling parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ed. Miss Hilda' Crews spent and address la 15SR Richmond
use-the politicians control the vote anyway". And weekend in oxford visiting Miss Road, Staten. Island 4, New
pure turpentine frequently. I put a wards, during the week. On Wed- York
cause too many Americans have not even bothered to take Are skies of home more dear each cold back once with alcohol and nesday evening of last week Mr. Annette Nichols. You. are required to appear onDecember

the time and trouble to register to become eligible to vote. hour. camphor that way. Let cold water and Mrs. Edwards, Sr., had as Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Warren and named Court 41th,and I960 cause In .the, wherein above
C. Kirk. run over their dinner In I daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Sasser, attended plaintiff Reek. divorce. Bradford
In this admittedly alarmist article, the President im- Murray your hands before mak guests addition to County Televrapt shall publish hIS
There la something about the Ing meat balls and they will not the J. M. Edwards family Mr. and to business in Jacksonvillelast Order In next four weekly InmieB.
and him with
the Vice-President replaces
mediately "fires" stick to your hands. Add Crisco Mrs. Rex MIxon and children and Saturday.Miss Witness mv hand and official neat k &
his son; he appoints his party workers to the House of west, with its singing winds Its or Spry to your fresh rendered hog Miss Lou Edwards and Clyde Saucer Nellie Mae Bradley of at 8th.Starke 1950.OFFICIAL.., Florida this November
great IM hills
I Representatives and the Senate, displacing, men who op- I and hardy open spaces people trat rolling ono soon lard and It wll not get rancid. About I of Jacksonville, and Jimmie Jacksonville was in Lawtey last ( Al!SEAM' Clerk, A.of J.said Thomas Court
3 Ib. of CrIsco to 50 Ib. of Moore of Starke. Tuesday visiting her sister. Mrs.C. fly maven Croubv. Deputy Clerk'
pose his views; he makes appointments to the Supreme learns to love. I notice by .tatlstlcs lard. R. Crews. T. Frank T.nmlrum Starke. Florida dVRe.
that a very few people when I, Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Z. Futch and Attya. for Plf 1110| 4t 1211In
the of the amend-
Court thus forestalling possiblity new
TRY THIS APPLE I'IE CRISP Mrs. G. W. Roberts, Mrs. Effle .
old leave the state of Nebrafka.' children of Quincy spent the week-
ment being declared unconstitutional. And almost over- Peel and slice Into a 10x10 bak Miner, Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. Circuit. Court. Bradford. Cnnntr,
These people love the land; and this end here with Mrs. Joyce Futch F'Inrhlnl In "'h.neery.William 5s
ing dish several fresh Paul DinkIns were In Gainesville J Shoemaker. Plaintiff
night Americans had lost their most precious heritage and climate. I well apples. vs.
can understand as
Sprinkle cinnamon and and family. S. J. Futch of Jack last Sunday afternoon Hilda M. Shoemaker, Defendant ,
lived as they were told and feared to voice their opinions. I already love the winters. Seems cover visitingMrs. Case No. ( 1Order :
with this crumbly mixture: sonville was also a dinner guestof Catherine Teare, who Is con- Of Publication And TVntlee To +
Fantastic? We do not think so. It HAS happened else- ones home is never one-half so Melt 1-4 cup butter Mrs. Futch Sunday. fined to the hospital there. 4linear !HT\TH OF FLORIDA TOl .
Hilda M.
dear, so comfortable or cozy, as shoemaker, whose real-
Add 3-4 flour Mr and Mrs. H. C. Crews of Those who attended dente la Unknown: .
where in the world and it can happen here. when the snow Is flying outside the 1 cup the MYF You are required to appear on r p

You may smile credulously and say: "All this because I windows. It has beenpitting cup sugar
1 I
as one little voter in Bradford County fail to vote I" The ans- snow at times for two day and I Pinch tsp. baking of salt.powder Mix until crumbly
-
have such feeling of and
wer is a definite "yes." For Bradford County, along with all i peace and put on' top of apples. Adda
security In my heart. What; If I
the other counties in this nation, is America.WANTED am getting doer? What though scant cup of water over all.
Bake In moderate oven 1.2 hour.I .
we are In 'VI.'? What thoi I.gll/ ai.y-
put cream on this to eat. LOVETT'STARKE
thing? I itul can feel happy: Just
CLAY HILL: Today I got out
seeing the flakes come silently
an old note book that I had
down. It ...lIll1oon be Tnar.ksgiv-! notes
and in when at Hill.
poems Clay
,
ing and then Chrl tmas. I am
There too was a lot of namesonthe

xooo,000 lb. Curtis Pecans have getting a the lot of Christmas my presents Splnl.made I honor I had roll.written There too was some FLORIDA Prices Good Through Wed. Nov.

_ and bought. I have nine boxes of poetry things I had 22nd
MARKET riUCES at ALL TIMES lovely Christmas cards to send. jotted down. Here Is a part of a
poem, I wrote then.
Whoopee!
BUY ALL VARIETIES- Let me walk and feel the driving
Blow high, blow low,
rain In my face-

SEE US BEFORE SELLING! Can No quench wind nor our snow hearth, fires ruddy To sunset see a; lone bird flying Into the I THANKSGIVING SPECIALKIM

glow,
To kneel in
reverence, knowingthat
I DILLARD KEENEWILL That Is the reasin I love winter.I I too

also feel better when the air I. Am headed for the west KIM
rosy EVAPORATED
321 Templo Ave. Starke, Fl*.
cold. So thptio days I am happy Give me courage to do my share

gloriously happy E'en tho woundedTo

I have been sewing. Have an fight my best,

other dark print dress done. WhenI Ere I lay away my armor and CRISCO MILK
finish this I shall lay the hem the Word

SERVICE and make the button holes 1 havea Beside my silver sword. ,
P\JRE\\ STORE buttonhole maker. now.. Yesterday I shall be just another star for

.PHONE 189 the wind blew hard all day ever shining in the sky
and the preceding night. I love. Ha. I must have been a very
State Roads 100 & 200 to go to sleep with the wind sing I tired teacher, and no doubt hhd TALL

STARKE. FLORIDA ing a song about the house. Don vexing problems. That all seems 3 19tn

OPEN 5 A.M TILL 11 P.M. has gone out Into tin country to long ago. My children are still CANS
deliver gas. There! the sun Is 1"0 So I close another week. I 3 79c

r or. coming out. I am In the dining: some of my girls would

room at the table. I can sje: out .write me what you like best for
Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteries, down upon Ute street and over at I me to tell you about. I will also I T WHIPS!

And Accessories my neighbors. Yesterday I went send quilt scraps of my new dresses

over to the near neighbors to see I to anyone who wants a scrap. God
"" old Mrs. Pogue. She Is a dear old bless you all. No. 2 Can Stokelys 303 CAN ARGO SUGARPEAS OceansprayPUMPKIN

Let us SIL-I-KLEEN your car Irish lady who reared five sons.' LOVE-LURA.I

;1 by the new Silicone process The new 1 Oc CRANBERR1 R

I way to lasting car beauty. $7.50 I Starke.
I
WATERPROOF A Corrosion Resistant STATE FARMBy Mrs. Emma Rivers of Auburn-
dale came Sunday to visit Mr. and SAUCE

Mrs. C. D. Seller. and Mr. and LARGE SIZE
Mr. Bryan Whitfield Mrs. P. S. Crews. Mrs H. W Can

-rlngIe and W. S. Rivers also u& 0.
Bridge Club !Meeting Auburndale, accompanied their Super Suds 2For45c.OR

R. B. ALVAREZ & SON TRANSFER STORAGE COD Mrs. P. D. Fancher was hostessat mother to the Farm and were 2!

last week's meeting of the luncheon guests of. Mr. and Mrs:

:.-- bridge club, entertaining at her Sellers.
:
:We operate local home Thursday afternoon. A pro- I Mrs. W. O. Engram returned 303 CAN c iiCriOilLIMA

ss::: Si long distance fusion of specimen chrysanthemums I Thursday from Montgomery, Ala., LAND O'SUNSHINEBUTTER 1 No. 2 Can Sliced]

I ; asai.C .anywhere In U. S. In hues of red, white and where she had visited relativesfor 1 Oc

::it OVVING. ., yellow, added to the beauty of the several weeks. She was accompanIed BEANS

:1t EXCELLENT rooms used on this occasion. by Mrs. W. A. McGuff, PINEAPPl i

Prize winners .were as follows: In James M. King and Robert L. -
STORAGI3 contract Mrs. J. G. Godwin held King, all of Montgomery, whc

..q;;: high score and Mrs. C. M. Turney visited Mr. and Mrs. Engram until FRAY BENTOSCorned
FACILITIES coed high. Each received a towelMt. Sunday.

Agents For + In'' bingo Mrs. J. R. Kite was Miss Dorothy Johns and Mrs. 65C L8. Beef 33c 23t.' .
CAN
holder of the lucky card and her Bon Kite of Starke were Sunday
DelcherBros. award was bath cloths. Refresh.
supper of Mr.
See first! guests and Mrs. P.
us
ments consisted of a salad course S. Crews.

:_ j with coffee.
:- Mr.
and Mrs Vance
Geiger of
Mrs. C D. Sellers and .
daughters
Jacksonville were visitors of Mr.

., .. ., _. Patricia and Emma Lou Mrs. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley Sunday. "
-< P. S. Crews and Mrs.
'' .'. ". Spencer Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crews had I Mt MSOJ.ELVUSHamsORDER
Crewa were Sunday visitors of as their visitors Sunday Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Outlaw In d s
Mrs. J. M.
IF YOU WANT TREAT Waldo. Browning anti son, Davd ,
of ,
Lawtey.
'- ._
Mr. and Mrs. I.. K. Murphy and Mr. and Mrs John P. Turney and _
BRING US YOUR MEAT! their baby son, Rickey, of Augusta their: children, Mary Carol and

Ga., were visitors of Mr. and John, Jr. of Jacksonville were the Picnic : YOUR EXTRA LGE. ]!
i We Pit Barbecue All Meats For Mrs\ L. W. Murphy Saturday and guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. VERMONT Celery Stalk--
,
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy, Turney Sunay
25c: Per Pound
Complete Sr., had additional
aa Sunday TURKEY
NOW FOR
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frle- ""
Fresh Barbecued Fish & Ribs On Sale Daily guests 35 C
muth and daughters Nancy, Sharon lb.
and Janice, Mrs. Charles R. PHONE 218 A RETTERSELECTION \

3 Little Pigs Murphy Ford and and her Mr.daughter Curtis, Linda.W Mur.Ray COLONIAL ONIONS, 3 Ib. 1STARKE 1 II IILARGE

phy and sons, Charles and David,
Ave., Between Bus Sta. &
Temprl School
all of Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus and FLORISTFLOWERS I FRYERS lb. - 49c

sons, Kenneth: and Harold of II I HEAD |

Starke, were Thursday supper 2!
STEAKIb.---------
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. 69c CAULIFLOWER
Quality Better Caldwell. i
HALL MARK OMIKTINa CARD FOR ALL
PHOTO FINHHINO WATCH SiJlWtLRY Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Nix attended OCCASIONS
I
(4 HR. SJIRVICK the Georgia-Florida football NECK BONES 2 lb.
PtlPAIRINQWatches - 29c
game In Jacksonville Saturday af ,
Cameras : ternoon. FROZEN FOODS
)
t (j
Mrs. Leslie Crews and daughters -
Breakfast Bacon
lb.
PORTRAIT. r' Ir WE RS TONS: SIETTINCI Nelda Jo and France., have - 1: 49c RUSSO' ENGLISHPEA
ADVERTISINGPHOTOGRAPHY iOGVAVHtFS. joined Mr. Crews in Orlando


& Diamonds PLATINGWedding I home.where they Because will of now her school make work their DISH POTTERT GARDENS I First Cut Pork Chops Ib. 49C StrawberriesGood I

lOS w. CALL .r. PHONE us Judy Crews will remain here with ,
ro ""D her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, A. POTTED PLANTS
TOT STARKE. FLORIDA ;:

Our,Reputation Is Your Guarantee of Satisfaction WCODINQ srrs holidays.L. Crews, until the Christmas FLOWERS ANYWHERE WIRED White Bacon, Ib - 25c 3 pkgs. 99c I9c

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Strtngfellow
3. R. Buliington D. D. Allred had as their supper guests Thursday Nona St SUrke

PHOTOGRAPHER JCWILIR Mrs. May Dickens of San- I

ford and Mrs. J. E. Wilson of SUPERIOR ICE CREAM Pint ? 1e i




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-p1Ta1BER 17 19M PAGE TTiltEtq I '
I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARHE FLOKA J'i

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)t :hlrs. J. L__Strickland/ WINA i iRead :


r n turning Moslev\ lie had car the over mlstorr Sat- TURKEYsr4

evening He had three at

in the car with
,lLie bOYS
_
of .them


lMn before uriortMrteMosley, one Urn wheel recent track hit storm had the For THANKSGIVING Dinner 1l l 4


control of
,used him to lose
. He ran the car 100 feet or

before It turned over. Wed

, no one was injured anC .r .
was very
car
the '
to
e

and Mrs Harry Padgett an- The Rules 4 ,
the birth of a son on Sun- How To Win ri{
omlng Nov 12. This is +
and child. The first'one is Any reader of the Telegraph is el- k \'

sweet little girl a little IfCltiln tu enter this. ronlpHt and Kat'h spare .below represents. Homeprominent i 1j;!
two years old. Mrs She first three (perxnus. mihmlttlnKth + I !''f
than r business. firm of thin f
Park .. v t
the Orange eorreet or ni-nroHt enrrect ant- e
i |Is in 1 eneral
j t I I. She is getting alongbut errs ulll |M> awarded Mg fat tnr- I l city. Take thn .M-ramhhtl. letters I .i ito
we understand the keys for Thanksgiving. In order sa and arrange them to spell the linn
n't doing so well. bx fair with our subs'ethers" mho niuno rorr<>ctly. Then write a liIt..t

end,! Mrs. Charles Fields Into their |11I'llI'r.| + through the rr ail, brief article. on the subJect ""hy I r1
to our Home corn- I nit answ er ,,111\ he runwldereil. from i<:t
[ come Believe The I'nltnl Nutlnnn It Our
at Duck Pond Church anyone buying! a copy of the Telegraph :
.'Ices but Mrs. Fields' sister, in our off.li-c before 6 oYlm 1 Ie..t hope For IVrnmncnt I>e..cc>." :

anette: Scott, Is In St. Vln- Thursday, No\emlM-r 16.1"0 in .' c l>o not <*xrev. Hospital having undergone", orJiT to !glee our mihiirrlberit. on R It U pernUniutMe to use. this udertlwtnent lij'? 1
Thursday morn- the rural route and In surrounding .
r operation ; \ or a eiurate| sheet ofmper aY'G.
condition was not as ton nit a "better chance, two tGc'
Ker % | for ansa o'ra.. lk'caase' .
therefore will be for first jour
they had hoped turkeys K'>en the
ought It best to stay In correct annuerit. rerel\e\ from n 1 ra the !next: |Issue of The Telegraph/ N
nvllle. residents. of 'Sturke, and tho other 1' F will not appear until thi day be-
ecomlng at Padgett Church turkeyii will go to a rel. attended considering the rural route or niirroundlng. town + .
>U will Im notlflnl by mall and turkeys ') "
ther. Rev. Batten who is who sends. in he( flat correctanswer L I
'.0' ulll be prewnteHl Monday a
Church ate
Pond
of Black
number of November. 20. .1 low ever, the corrwt '
well as a
as \\lnnrrfi of Tiirkology Content !
from Black Pond. It w lIolul Ion to the T,
itople p.
In the previous. S yren" will not lx 1
ted that services will con- publlNhml. In our next INNUIN
eligible for prl/en In the current ,
t the Duck Pond or Pad-
hurch every second and 0 contest .4,
I
Sunday in each month un- tf"
7; .
her notice. J. I* Strlck- .
to serve as minister untilr
I
can be called. We ared


i services little that do hate these church there to people see in and a workingWe churche try desire toe 3 TURKEYS GIVEN AWAY Start Now! I


doors and say they can .
rk because there are not .
wds attending. May wek
and with the Lord's help
success of the church ate. '
If we take the Lord in- :'
church and trust Him fore
the church will surely a II' i ibpgtl.senh.htlg&naJrnuueb
Lef all pray to this end. sss&nrl! 1bearoecn

oad to this church is in ssssJlileeeubuDrDktard. '
ERY bad condition; trees :
across the road some up- '
-ome twisted off, some the :
roken off and in the road. ,7"
had to clear rlght-of- partbeethmais -
te a 't
th the truck-part of the .. '. '. .' Oa .. .: ,q .
'
we went We had no idea sssssoret'rzreoeeutofnrc.ahttreuiru t. rliidluggno I i

i could be In such bad con- $
Part of the way there was '
1 I. we would take out *

the woods and make a ooooecdehetrrc.Itv ti i'
our own. The recent storm
.at holes In the road 'd atsss k eaorr b I
t left any road at all. A- e'f
If! of the road was washedBut
We Got To Churchand pew'nitssoahrcsrdorpi
1 1&yuviecsslceetrpepicrl'
no one hurt any
in Jolted up pretty badly .
ae. there was a big log cudmnok.eferranruti .\
>id of us going. There ale \
hen we go to this church Off. :
are thankful to be able to l'
ctyg&'yeccsfwosssraalnvriieiefnaevi
the truck and have the ,
> ride In.
ve new literature for ourn .
Department and Cradle p-ohoacwl.ihhncstyr I cot&armsnwratlakoseosrde! I .J'
e at the Mission Station. .
"day School has fallen off '

. the last two Sundays, deeobbtyhwrm' :""i"iccrrdhun..tgiigsrfu.oeer
lineRs in some of the faml- i.
e hope all ;.will soon be
attend again. oc.jrss rhrngeyoe
.
1 nj Branch Church bulld- .
till' progressing nicely wend ,

t way. We for have a little not while beent rain jar.e Y cnc g acnlhh Y esnoesu e '"jldogv'ssdsroyliauln

its' are favorable. We
building could be complete gefserrgeno&vamerckr
e weather gets any)I : tJ
"greable. We also wish
1 have more room for our .
School here too. We can r&docmrisrxeitotoaturunaetgeffanmeorseiclenralvdktras

P nicely in warm weather .. .
weather-well that's dlf-
a
,ory, bevy&lieslbsasrceidwsetenhcenemroal
butfinfarouelladgasesethusdokrcor -- '
' .40..t, ;:
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, r"ort Bradford Coantr.
I.' rinmrrrr. '
lerduao Plaintiff. vs.. Man- !! '
'"iuifo ... r.Dd..Dt..
Ca. No. S14T
hllmtlnn And Vatic To'rt.
T ) OP PLOnillV TOI I
verduuo, whone reeldeno \ ;
U6>!
'n"4 East 6th St., Tuo- ,

ti Ilih required, 1150, to In appear the, above on I G'
'erl4''k. divorce and cau.e.re.toratlon wherein pparlsyfsruemts..tjbpoermoorrs ;;

a.same! P .adford County
h i or"Weekly'11 PublUh innu..this Order dosaasilotwsuenl!
.1I1, y hand and official' seal &slemmhfappryautuoo
Florida. thli November j:
t
SEAL) A. J. Thomas I
,.*" Clerk of eald Court
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C "bT Deputy Clerk :
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I Jak> ,0DvlII.Guaranty, Florida I Life '
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3'AOE FOUR) BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY" NO\...... tnta 1:


r 6 Miss English WedsC. NCCW Charity Event Mr. & Mrs. Jordan Mrs. Futch HostessTo held nual on class December Christmas 15 party In the to claaa be Youth Nov 13, S8 the gu.ata ,

F. Manire I n Held At St. Edward'sClothing Observe Golden TEL ClassThe room. It was voted to give $10 Heights Fellowship CommUnity of the K.
to the building fund.
The Church
Church Ceremony for two complete layettes Wedding Anniversary TEL Class of the first During the social hour the represented following: ommUnltle

iI was received Wednesday I Baptist Church met at the homeof hostess was assisted In serving Starke. KeYstone II
... .....- evening by the St. Edwards Aux Mrs. J. E. Futch last Friday refreshments by Mrs. H. L. Starke MYF Lawtey and Waldo,
-rt iliary of the NCCW at a charity I afternoon at 2:30: o'clock for its Brownlee, Mrs. :J. R. Chaateen Won the Itte'
baby shower given In the Cath monthly business meeting I and Mrs. F. F. Flume. I ThenMYFth a total of 33 p'
I
Office olic recreation hall. The layettes I I Mrs. W. B. Alexander gave the In a emblem was pr,
Phone 29 will be given to the StMary' opening prayer which was followed Garfield EvansSubdistrict conducted meaningful Worship s
t the Bible history study, by 1.1188
Orphans' home In Jack by MeetThe Miss Pat Ruby
---- sonville. I led by Mrs. H. L. Hough, teach- Green. Selg and MIq;

Stafford Starke MusicaleTo Individual tables were placed I er.rs.. O. R. Mathews, vice Garfield Evans Sub-district After a
Mrs Mary around the hall where bridge president, presided over the bus- 'of the Methodist Youth Fellowship Harry recreation
Green'
Honored At 88th Hear Recital canasta and pinochle .were en- iness session. I. met In the Women'a Club at Key- chocolate, rereahment

Birthday Event By Miss Stern e joyed by the guest. during the Plans were made for the an- stone Heights Monday evening, were served sandwc'heB by the! end c
evening. Admission to the party v t host theCourt
.
'
I .
Mrs. Mary Stafford of Beacon, The Starke Muslcalo will hold its was an appropriate gift for a I'r' -

N. Y. celebrated her 88th bIrth- regular meeting in the Woman's baby. I

day anniversary at the home of Club on Tuesday Nov. 21, at 7:30: Delicious refreshments were 126 N.
Stafford on served at the close of the e MARLIN FACTORY
her eon Howard A. p. m. All members are urged to games t t. SERVICE SlarUts l
4 members of the
Blending highway. by Auxiliary.
the new attend as a constitution and by- 4 I '
Members of the church < f.
There were many guests who laws for the organization will be were \\I.1 ._ ,,; GUARANTEED REPAIRS
Stafford and heron grieved to learn in the past week' "I. ''' >.'# :
wished Mrs. presented at this time ...,
+..; that Father R. T. Ratlntatter has I !I'Hj' d".III'!! I I.\PrnI'\! I.; !IJ\alt'flI.! ,\ '. !
birth .
Howard a very happy The piano recital by Miss v i n* :: .pia+!IIiI.J'Ih.J\iil+ ; : \ aI(oJ. ,. \a.,"ltJlillMI'
day. Mr. Stafford's birthday 1., Louise Stern, which was postponedlast been called to a parish in Miami Watches, Watch Bands, Clocks, Jewelry, Pens, Lighters -..
November 9, while his mother's Is because and will leave this parish Friday | and Mrs. W T. Jordan celebrated -
of inclement
meeting Miss Minnie Leo English, Nov. 2... He will be replaced by "Your Printed Factory Guarantee-Is Just Like Money To ,1let"Ray
November 10. their 00th Wedding Anni-
weather, will at 8 o'clock.
begin of Mr. and Mrs. H. Newhouser of BartotW..
daughter U. Father
The Stafford home was taste. The folowing selections will be I versary at their home In Starke
fully decordated with chrysanthemums played by Miss Stern: English of Starke, became the November 9, with a family re- Marlin
I bride of Cecil Fred Manlre of '
center of Interest son Christmas Bazaar
the union of all their ten children.
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Prelude from Third English ::::: :==: --- -- ----
Mrs. C. R. Manlre and the late
decorted
was a beautifully Suite (Bach); Impromptu, op. 90, Mr. Manlre of Jacksonville, in a And Turkey SupperTo Mr. and Mrs. Jordan were
birthday cake.Refreshments. married November 9, 1900, at
No. 3 (Schubert) Nocturne in F
; candlelight (jnccmony. at the home
were served to Be Held Dec. 8
Montlcello Ga., and lived in
Sharp (Chopin) ; Scherzo in C MInor of the brlUe'i parents Saturday
the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. .
L. A. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Q. S. (Chopin); Intermezzo, op. 119, evening, November 4, at 8 o'clock A Christmas Bazaar and Turkey Georgia until 1936. Since that A&P Believes It Can
time, they have made their homeIn
No. 3 (Brahms) Scherzo (Grlf
;
Cox, Mr. and Mrs. 'E. W. Cool- Against a background of light. supper, sponsored by the Woman'sSociety Starke.At .
berth Mr. and Mrs. E. O'Hara fes.) ed cathedral candles, palms and of Christian Service of the
and son, William, Miss A. O'Hara, The public Is cordially Invited, white gladioli, the double ring Starke Methodist Church, will be noon an outdoor banquet in Save You More
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rech, and Mist and a special invitation is ex- ceremony was performed by Rev. held on Friday Dec. 8, in the eluded barbecue and chicken with Money
Roberta Couch, who is the great tended to the pupils of. Miss Stern J. B. Dixon of Jacksonville, former Methodist Educational Building.The all the trimmings, and featuredthe < kwl *" autw r iv. _*. -.*-.
of Mrs. Stafford and their parents. pastor of the First Christian Bazaar will be held from, :2 to cutting of a beautlfully-deco '
granddaughter Bet
ulle. AP Offers }
Church of Starke 10 p. m.Mrs rated three-tier anniversary cake. 'O"Slor'lrid

W. M. U. NoticeThe Mrs. James Bunch The bride, given In marriage by T. G. Mitchell, Chairman of In the afternoon, gifts were r Lou Price on Hundreds of Itemi
her father, wore a fall suit of the Bazaar, has announced the presented by each of the sons and Crtry

WMU of the Baptist Hostess To CircleI Ice gray with black accessories. following as chairmen of the Ba- daughters, and moving picture I Day0. .Instead of a Feu One-Day WeekEnd .
I "'e1m11Lts"' Her corsage was a purplethroated zaar booths: Mrs. W. G. Halle and voice recordings were made of "
Church will meet In the educa-
The Young Women's Circle of and carried white each Individual presentation. "Specials.
orcrld she a Handwork; Mrs. A. F. Sauls-Pot.
tional building Tuesday November
the Presbyterian Church met at Those present for the occasionwere I
Bible.
Mrs. J. M. Hembree
21, at 3 for ted: Plants;
pm a programand the home of Mrs. James Bunch, J. W. Jordan, M. J. Jordan \)1
Miss Green w4. maid of
Inez Books; Mrs. T. H. Blade-Christ- Because In Addition
business meeting, Mrs. Gal'lMatbews 411 4tp'
Thursday'evening, November 9, ,
secretary, announced. honor and wore a fall suit of mas Booth; Mrs. :J.: R. Walnwrlght and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holton and
at 8 o'clock. with black family, all of' Starke; Mr and Advertised Low Prices Are
Dora Alderman Circle will be In Kelly green access Children's Corner; Mrs. I* D. Guaranteed jot
Miss Luclle Mitchell, chairman, orle Her corsage was of pink Green-Parcel Post Sale. Mrs. Mr R. H. Jordan, Lenox, Ga.:
charge of the program. opened the meeting with prayer. carnations. Mitchell is requesting that anyone Mr. and Mrs. Neal Bowling and a Full Week, Even Though Market Prim

--== -""-.... Arrangements were made for the Kent' Manire, brother of the wishing to make contributions to family, Bradenton; Mr. and Mrs Co Up.Because.
preparation of a Thanksgiving bridegroom, served as best man. the booths shall contact the booth O. L. Jordan and family, Shreveport -
basket for the needy. Miss Eve- The bride's mother wore blue chairmen.. La.; Mr. and Mrs. Roswell

C lyn Stump and Mrs. Guy An- with navy accessories, and her Mrs. Titus Olson Is the Chair- Whiddon and family, Tifton, Ga.i This Policy Males if Pus
f BI drews were appointed by the corsage was of pink rose buds. man of the Turkey supper which Mrs. W. H. Llnxwller and son,
STARKE FLA. chairman to serve on the nomi- Mrs. Manlre, mother of the will be served from 5 to 8 p. m. Eldorado, Ark.; and Mr. and Mrs. Bible for Yon to Save on Many of the Thing

nating committee to select offi- bridegroom, wore navy blue with In the Educational Building In L. E. Jordan and family, Jack- You Need, Rather Than on Just a Ftw...
Frl., Sab-Nov. 17,18 cers for the coming year. i black accessories, and a corsage connection with the Bazaar The sonvllle. F O O D STORE
Following the business meet- of pink rosebuds.Immediately price of the supper will be $1 OO Honorary guests were Mr. and Any Day You Wish to Shop Instead of on
DOUBLE FEATURE Ing Mrs. Billy fowling, program 'I following the ceremony for adults and SOc for children (8 Mrs. A. Dale of Starke.W. .
leader, Introduced Dr. L. Ross I a reception was held. The and under.) T. Jordan, age 69, and Mrs. 1859 Customers' "Week-Ends or Special Days Only
ONE SUNDAY Lynn, speaker for the evening I bride's table, covered .with a lace The entire proceeds from the W. T. Jordan, 65: have six sons,

who used as his subject, "Welfare I cloth, held the three-tiered/ wedding Bazaar and Supper will go into the four daughters, 18 grandchildren, Corner
AFTERNOON Work for Children", I cake and a large crystal Building Fund for the new church and two great-grandchildren. r.u2.50 : 1

With Dennis Morgan During the social hour delicious : punch bowl. Assisting In serv- and educational building. & Ili 91 yeari since we opened r
ANDACROSS I refreshments were served by the ing were Mrs. John H. Walker, Mrs Epperson Has our lint More.
Mrs. Kent Manlre and Mrs. L. L. We're of the fact that I&P'S
and proud
hostess to the lp members I County SchoolSuperintendent Family ReunionOn p17C h .
THE two visitors present.The life Miss Margie Manlre kept down through the years our customer Stortwid C ..0'
the bride's book. BirthdayMrs. have shown, by their patronage e lop ICy
RIO GRANDE December meeting will beheld After'' a brief wedding trip. their approval of our eve r Yday inteares 011 hundr

] > Vlth Jimmy Wakcly at the home 'of Mrs. yWallyMuthofer'on Mr. and Mrs. Manlre are at homo Is PTA Speaker yr W. J. Epperson, Sr., cele- !low-cent, low-profit policy. Or k'endepeclals orJus' rl"I"rI of ilPl1l1
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Call $tre !t. "
But we are prouder of our I /
to friends in Jacksonville, I brated her 74th brthday anniversary Advtrt' /.
The Starke Parent-Teachers Association ant.day"
Also' Cartoon St Serial I r I reunion and dinner conviction that right now AlP.it P $('d
prices
Decent at a family W k
held Its regular meeting serving better than .
you ever even
Sun., !\IolI.-Nov. 16,20 I Bride:! -*- St Mark's AuxiliaryTo Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clockIn at her home on S. Walnut before. ? t .... I1'it thoughare gUaranteed; f,Or.
krtpricty
the school cafeteria. Mrs. RalphB. Street last Saturday. **"' Our better the 'telier'et/r One
Honored At ShowerA stores are ; go
J Abbott & Costello I Assist Red Cross Alvarez, vice president, presided. Lovely arrangements of seasonal quality and variety of our food t d IQ&'e mOP0/icy IrelpI up.

IN THEForeign miscellaneous shower was With Xmas BoxesThe Reverend Victor Jones of the flowers, which were gifts from it realert and we hare the' l wll h t ce money. oar ru$.
4 d- her friends were placed at finest, bed trained group of employer its Correct
given last Friday) evening at the Church of Christ led the devotional many J m' plus I price
hillo, .
In '
home of Mrs. R. H. English on regular' monthly meeting using as his theme, "Traln- vantage points throughout the our ) y0p know whet ttmZtd marked
Legion Broad Street for Mrs. Fred Cecil of the Women's Auxiliary of St. Ing Children for the Future." home. The dining room table was But we arc not content to rear 1011 Cllsh regisler l e'Itry
I s
Manire the former Miss Minnie Mark's Episcopal Church was held During the business meeting overlaid with a beautiful lace cloth en our oan. aVe at A&p.'p..,.
Also Short & Latest News Starke. Monday evening at the ParishHouse 'Irs. T. T. Long announced that I and centered with a low bowl' of We will appreciate any tutleilion -.
Lee English of you may, have for mating .
with Mrs. Mattle Gahagan, Mrs. M. W. Cressler's class had the yellow pompoms. Burning white AsP. better
Games and contests were enjoyed your place to
Thurs Nov.
Wed., 81,28
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president, presiding.The greatest number of parents pres- tapers flanked the centerpiece. Thebut'tet ihop. Please write .. .
DOUBLE! FEATURE 'I during the evening and among Auxiliary U assisting the ent and would be given the monthly held a fan-shaped arrange r iltol ? i (Prices shown> n.r. .".,.,,'roI ThunJaj,
Prelude to Korea" the winners and Mrs.were John Mrs.H. Walker.Lois Red Cross In collecting and send- PTA party on Wednesday. ment of yellow gladioli. Followingthe *"* Customer Relations J .. /f'lo.. I* through If"J..J'T.f'lo.ZJ

Sheely ing gift! packages to servicemenon Mr. E. L. Matthews, program dinner, Mrs. Epperson was Department,
Death of a DreamPLUS Many lovely gifts were received the high seas for Christmasand chairman.. Introduced the guest presented with a beautifully dec- Aep Food Store 420 LcninglonAvenue. ;

by the honoree. also sending Christmas cards speaker Superintendent of Public orated birthday cake, frosted In New York, 17. N. Y
Late In the evening refreshments and presents 'Ito men overseas. Instruction H. P. Morgan. In white and embossed with roses in I A&P'S SUPER-RIGHT MEATS!

South of St. LouisJoel of hot chocolate and cake Plans were made for the church keeping with the theme, ."Educa- delicate shades of pink. The inscription .\"P GRADE A
were served. upper held In the Parish House tion for Living," he spoke of a "Happy Birthday Moth-
McRae, Alexis Smith Co-hostesses on this occasion Thursday evening at which Mr. number of problems which rhll er" was embossed In lavender. Peaches, No. 1 tall 19C

Also News were Mrs. John H. Walker Mrs Douglas Lay reader, of-Jackson dren face today and pointed out Mrs. Epperson was gowned In a "nPEItRIGIIT"UP
_.. ---- E. L. Grlffis and Mrs. T. U Lee vllle, was guest of honor Mrs. that one of the gravest of these I dark blue crepe afternoon dress GlttDH A Fresh Pork Hams, lb 49
Lemuel Colson closed the meeting Is the need for approval and ac- with a shoulder corsage of tiny Pears, No. 1 tall . 28c

z:: .- __ __ with a talk on Communion Service ceptance.' He used a film entitled : lavender and yellow pompoms "stPER-nIGUT": ;+
," "The Feeling of Rejection" to illustrate for the occasion, received many AP GRtDB! A Smoked Ham Whole I Ib. 55
During the social hour Mrs. thin problem showingsome callers and lovely gifts during the Apple I Sauce, No. 2 18 CUP ,
For Rent 2nd Story Stanley Noegel and Mrs. W, H I of Its causes and treatment .
: BungalowPrivate Noogel, hostesses for the evening After the film,Mr. Morgan pointed day.Among the family enjoying dinner GR\DB! A CRUSHED Smoked Shankless Picnics, lb. 39
out that the school Is con-
served lefreahments.W.S.C.S. with Mrs. Epperson were her Pineapple, No. 2 can 25c
cerned with trying to understand children, Mrs George Andersonand Azelea I Skinless I Werners. Ib. 49
no other tenant, entire second story. Very new. children; that there Is a cause for William Epperson of Starke, A4P GRIDB A No. 1 Plralo _
Notice all behaviour, and that it is the
2 bedrooms, bath, large living room, dinette, kitchen. Oil Mrs. Dale Van Sickle of Los Angeles Asparagus tips - 35c Fresh lb.) "Ttap
task of the home and school to as- Pork Loin whole or half,
circulating heat. Gas stove & hot water heater." CO [- Members of the Methodist i Islet I the child to find this reason. Calif., and R. L. Epperson, .
WSCS will hold their business and the discussion it of St. Petersburg. GRIDEIIOI.R H.R".4L
PLETELY FURNISHED except linen &: silver. Electrlo program meeting in the Educational was During indicated group that the home and Corn No. 303 17c Smoked Bacon Squares, lb. jjjAZRLEA. !

refrigerator. This residence has Its own utility meters. building, Monday, Nov. 20, school should maintain a balance Mary Ann Long
Al
Oil un
at 3 o'clock. ] A SHIM !SIZE 1 Ik. BAG
between over-protection and under -
Excellent condition. Living room, dinette, kitchen have protection of the children. One Honoree at PartyLittle Sweet peas, No. 303 23c Pure Pork Sausage, lb. J?

asphalt tile floors. Pay your own utilities. Located Baptist Circles of the chief functions of the home Mary Ann Long made a A.P Gn\DE A WHOLE SMALL

corner Church& Nona Streets adjacent to Colonial Florist. Hold MeetingsThe and make school friends Is to and teach live together children, to It given sweet In hostess her honor at a Saturday birthday after.party Green Beans, No. 303 29cA Maryland Standard Oysters, pt.t 7''

out.Refreshments .
Dora Alderman circle was pointed at the home of her grandparents -
of the noon P OlttDR A SMALL GREEN __
I were served dur-
Apply DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home, Ph. 7 Baptist church met at the homeof ing the'social hour which closed Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bowling Lima Beans No.; 2 27c
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Mrs. H. A. Lawaon, Tuesday the evening. Sr., on W. Call street, cele- I[ FRESH GRAPEFRUIT
afternoon, Nov. 7, with 13 members brating her sixth birthday anni
present. versary. Dexo, 3 Ib. tin 8Sc -

Devotions were led by Mrs. Max- Friendship Class Saturday being Armistice Day PARI)

le Carter. Subject of the program Has Supper MeetingThe the appropriate color scheme ol :EAT\IOR: OR.'O: LATID HOWE
"Save To Serve" was led by Mrs Dog Food 2 for 27
i red. white and blue was carried 1
OFFICE SUPPLIES F. B. Beard, chairman. The bust Friendship Bible Class of out in the decorations. Red. white Cranberries Ib. box -

ness session was presided over tho Presbyterian Church held Its and blue crepe paper streamerswere Bab-o Cleanser 12c
by Mrs. George Flynn, leader. Mrs. regular 'monthly meeting recentlyat strung from the chandelierIn
W. R. Morse closed the meeting the home of Mrs. Carl Jack the dining room to the four Sweetheart, bath bar 13c Celery 2'/4 doz. sz. . -
Carbon Paper with a song. corners of the table, which was
Mrs. Lawson, assisted by her son.After a delicious supper, served overlaid with a party cloth In the Lifebouy bar .
reg. 9c Idaho Potatoes 5 l Ib.
30 daughter, Julia served refreshments business Baking ,
buffet style meetingwas
.,, 0 Pencils a same color scheme. Centering'
during the social hour.
i" held. Mrs. Caro Chandler the table was the lovely decorated
The December meeting will beheld Silver Dust Ige. pkg. 31c SELECTED YAMS
gave a report of the activities of birthday cake flanked by white 25
1 Inks the Church. .
at the visiting committee and also tapers In low holders that were Sweet Potatoes, 4 lb. -

The Business Woman's; Circleof a report on Sunday School atten- surrounded by fluted red, white and Ivory Soap, Ige. bar 15c
Desk Pens the First Baptist Church met dance There was also a discussion blue crepe paper. Small white FIVE E.\TI'JO:' 11,

Monday night in the educational of having Stuart Clarke, frosted individual cakes held tiny Lux Soap, bath bar -' 13c Pears Anjous Fancy. lb. ._ -
well-known missionary of Quito
o Fine Papers building. silk American flags and little pa-
Desk Calendar Stands Mrs. Kate Sheppard, circle Ecudor. return to Starke with per cups held red and white can- 49
Ribbons chairman, opened the meeting colored movies of the country to dies. Lovely arangements of red Lux Soap Flakes 30c Apples, Rome 5 Ib. pkg. .

SOc up with an Inspiring talk on thought- be shown under sponsorship 'of and white chrysanthemums and nr.GiLAU Bin
fulness of others. the class. The group also plans roses were set at vantage point :3 FOR .2S
-:- 0 Paper Rolls Mrs. Marian Howe gave the devotional a teachers' training course of throughout the home. Cashmere Bouquet, 19c Broccoli Fresh Ige. _

while Miss Florled Kill- from four to six weeks. During the party hours, 3:30: to
Desk Calendar Pads i Legal Forms Ingsworth, Mrs. Pearl Schrop- Mrs. Mae Dickens and Miss 5:30 o'clock the youngsters enjoyed Palmolive I reg. bar 9c Cauliflower )ge. snoW.W h't e hds.23
59cup hlre and Mrs. Arline McKnight Minnie Bessent were guests at a peanut hunt on the lawn In

Acct. Books brought the message on the topic, this meeting.The which Miss Katherine Wainwright,
-:- "Is There A Doctor In The next meeting will be a Hallie Seymour and Jane Adams
House?" The meeting was closed combined meeting for November received prizes as winners. CrackerJacks
Get 1951 refills now! Filing Needs with sentence prayers. and December and will be held at Assisting the little hostess's Food Store

Hostesses for the evening were the home of Mrs. Janie Avery. mother, Mrs. E. M. Long, in servIng 19c'k"A&P

l.rs.V.. B. Mundy, Jr.. Mrs. Al- The Laura Scott WCTU will have the guests were Mrs. E. J. Atlantic and Pacific Ted Co.
Bradford County Telegraph tiel Mooney and Mr. W II. Yawn. Its next meeting at the Taber. Dowllng, Sr., Mrs Helen Malone, i Call Street 4cNOV
There were 23 members and four nacle. Friday. Nov. 24, at 3 Mrs. El C. Long and Mr. O. L. Starke, Fla.
visitors present oclock. Llnain. F.allr. C.at..t. C..7wl."t.. rsso
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Mrs. W. J. Epperson Sr and Frank Broadway and children, Dr and Mrs. D. C. Forehand of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mathew Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Tenley November 18, beginning at 8:30: a.

I daughter. Mrs Dale Van Sickle of I Suzi and Stevie, spent Wednesdayand Albany Ga. were weekend, guestS and son Dennis, and his cousin, have had as recent guests Mr. m. In front of Canova's Drug

Los Angeles Calif, were luncheon Thursday of last week in Dade of Mra. T. T. Lony. Patsy Mathews all of Neptune and Mra. W. R. Walters and Store according to an announce-

gfeftIN 1 1and guests of Mrs. Dallie Epporso City and St. Petersburg. Mr. Oil and wood heaters, all slum, Beach spent the weekend with daughter Clair. of Reidavllle, Ga. ment by Bert Newcomb, Presidentof

and Miss Kate Epperson In Lake Broadway called for Ms aunt, Mrs. at Hart Kurnltiire Co. :Mr. Mathews mother Mr., Gar) and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Waltersof the Starke MYF.

THE Butler Monday. Nan McClure who had been visit- Mrs. Hans Walker spent Tuesdayin Ma thews. Jacksonville. The proceeds from the sale will

__ NEWS Senator and Mrs. Charley E Ing Mr. and Mrs T. L. Broadway Gainesville visiting her sister Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R. Hill of go into an Equipment Fund forth

rrs-srrpsss- 1.# Johns were among the 100 guests In St. Petersburg for the past Mrs. Ralph Calkins. Canton, Ohio, spent the week Baked Goods SaleThe I go Into an Equipment Fund for the.

41 enjoying a dinner party given by month and brought her. back to Mrs. Stella Andrews of Miami end with their cousin Mra. H. H. Church School Building.
William Norris Mr and Mrs. Cecil Sewell Mrs. Huldah Starke where she makes her home
MrL spent Morgan at her homeOn I i Is spending the month o! November Young. They were enrout. to I Starke Methodist Youth I
week In St. the weekend in with the Broadways.Do I
at last West Florida Fieldstone Lane .
'((1\ursdaY\ Mr. in Jacksonville visiting friends and relatives their home in Hallandule near Fellowship will hold a "A Baked Typewriter bond paper. SOc
where
Sewell attended to bus \ following the Christmas( I
tine Jlshlng. Florlda-Geo your shopping > Miami. Goods Sale" Saturday, morning: ream. Telegraph..1.ifl.i11.ffl. .
R. A. Newsome will iness In Chattahoochee and the gia football game last Saturday early. Use' the Lay Away' here.Mr.. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson.Jr. .
Is confined couple spent the rest of the week The dlrmrr was in honor -. I\ft'I' IIIII -. ... il.t -
It"hear that he of the Plan at STUMP'S. and family of Monticello were -- JIIIIIj' fI..I. qap U QI II..J __n_A_
|take City hospital. end visiting their parents, Mr. Florida members of the Senate i Mrs. C. W. Norton and children weekend guests of tho F. F.
and Mrs. B. E. and their
Bennett and Mr. wives.Undergoing .
spent thepart Charles Stumps. The Thounsorm attendedthe
Z Adklns and and Sarah Frances of DENMARK'SYour
A. Mrs. G. F.
of last week with her Sewell in Marl tonsiloctomys at the Wewahltchka were weekend Florida-Georgia football game

j L. Wilkes. In Jack- anna. North Florida Clinic Friday of guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cooper Saturday. .
)Irs.Mrs Wikes returned to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland and last week were Jimmy Lawson and Dr. and Mrs. :J. M. Hembree", P. D. Reddish and Harry HoustOn Your CHRISTMAS SHOPPING HEADQUARTERS

.r. Mrs. Adklns to pent daughter, Kay. and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kasner. Nora Lee Prevatt and Mrs. Norton's mother. :Mra. J. were business visitors In

-I with of the week.P Gilbert Brown and family spent Linda Bishop. W. Williams! who has been visiting Jacksonville Tuesday USE OUR BUDGET PLAN & LAY AWAY
ter part the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Richard V. St.
of Newton, fishing at Horseshoe.Mrs. Mrs. Thomas G. Mitchell re her other daughters.! Mrs.
Carpenter
0 Tolbert Black of Lake turned home Cooper and Mrs. Hembree. the John spent Wednesday of laat LANE
several
City Tuesday after
Who has spent spendIng week In Ocllla. da. visiting Mrs. See the GYM SWINGS for the Children's
Mrs. J. H spent the weekend with her a week visiting her I past month returned to Wpwa-
I sister par- parents
with her St. John's mother, Mrs. P. I Harp. Cedar Chests
hltchka with Mrs. Norton. *
to Cocoa for ante erits.Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick. Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Mosley i In Christmas. Fine Body Builders.
the
has gone R. Eau Gallic. I Mrs. Lex Green and son Michael, er. Mrs. Harper was leaving
with another sister A. Shutt, a local painter has
., -islt Mr. are In Clearwater on builness" to- next day for Flint, Mich. for a
Mrs.
taken employment with and W. G. Hallo Were '
R\V. H Ford the government month's visit with relatives.
was visiting and i ia working In Birmingham In Miami a few days this week day.Mr. for WONDERLAND TOY
? E Miner visiting their and Mrs. R. II. Hartley oJacksonville Star Brand Shoes men PRODUCTS
and sister :Mr. Ala. His family Is remaining sons and families.
children at
milier-m-law were Tuesday visitor w1omen. and
:Mr.\
and Mrs.V..
|lr,. T C Carter, In Provl- here in Starke while the I Jack Halle. G. Haile, Jr. and of Mr.\ and Mrs.\ William Norfla. STUMP'S.:

[ last week. children are still In school. Mrs. Comer Elbert Edwards of Daytona Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng spent a few See us about your HEATER. Be sure and

Card Imprinted with Miss Luclle Mitchell left Mon- derdale Long of Fort Lnu Beach spent a few days this week days this week with Mrs. Marguerite

Bnune 18 i $1. Hollywood Photo. day for Tallahassee to spend a I with Mrs.is F.spending H. two week with his mother, Mrs. Mae Edwards Dickens In Marlanna. buy before it gets too cold.

Tni! Jewelers. tf few days with Mrs. Walter Williams plans to be here for Long. Come who Is ntlll quite seriously Jim Roland of Orlando Was a
the weekend
the former Louise LaMar. 111. guest of Mr. and Mrs,,.Martin Land '
f E. L. McKnlght I .
and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Moore and 1
Billy Miles, who Is
stationed at New shipment of Pacific last Friday.
Ire Reddish spent Sunday I family of Archer
5and]* vlsting the McKnlght's Keesler Field, Biloxl, Miss, along visitors of Mr. Moore's were mother Sunday Sheets and Pillow Cases' -two Oil and wood heateraJl ..I lze Maple Bunk Beds

I'er: Dolores. who Is a fresh.t with a friend from the base Jack Mrs. D.V.. Moore. tci a customer-at STUMP'S at Hart Furniture Co. '

t Florida-Southern. Lavrls of Rochester, N.Y., spent Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Gayle Edwards daughter of Mr and Mrs. Claude Crowson 49.95 NICK FOIt .
the weekend with Billy's parents, have Thompson Mr. and Mrs. J M. Edwards underwent have" moved to Starke from Co. SMALLROOMS ,
IU t A. Davis is in Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. returned to Starke after A Nlre tUft for Any Mrmlx-r of >
Miles. Billy a tonsllectomy at Riverside lumbia, S. C. and have the Wesley I _
I the Nat spending 11 months in Texas. .
week attending Mr.
II, will be among the graduates from I hospital Jacksonville Mon. Andrews apartment on Madisonstreet. the* ...mlly.
ftDC: convention. Mr. Davisng the AE and RD air force school Thompson is a mechanic and a day of last week and Is getting Mr. Crowson Is employed I

|- with his niece Mrs. Del today. welder. along nicely.Margaret in the mechanical department of Small Down .Payment ,

during her absence. Martin Land attended the funer. Rev. and Mrs. John Childres Rose Duncan was the the Telegraph. i $1.25 Per Week $66 .

.,; good values in "Ladies' al of V. M. Humphrey, Gainesville Walker and sons and and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. /guest of her cousin Sue Duncan Friends will be Interested to 1 1

I and Suits at moderate manager for Gulf Life InsuranceCo. visitors to daughter were recent at the Rlngling Bros. Circus in know that Mrs. Martha Fischer I STURDYCurwtructlon

I at STUMP'S. ., in Gainesville last Friday. in White the Stephen Springs.Mr. Foster. Memorial Facksonvllle Wednesday evening wife of a former Methodist pastor New Shipment t .

land Mrs. J. M. Edwards and Mrs. J. W. Van Daley of New They were accompanied by Sue'sparents here Is recuperating after an I
rainy returned to their home York City arrived Monday for amonth's Jr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Duncan operation In St. Vlncent'a Hospital .
j
Bantu, Ga., Tuesday afterg visit with her granddaugh.ter. loy and of Monticello Mr. and Mrs.were Henry weekend.Mai.. !Duncan: of of.Gainesville Starke. anti, Kaapar Jacksonville Living Room / Also
May
a week with Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Henderson. I --- Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson j
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs., A. H. Carratt have .
_L'ames J' Moore and family at New fall shades of Corduroy I F. F Jr., left Starke yesterday and will lie Used "
>y Lake. -Gold, Rust. Green, Red & Florida Stump and attended the Georgia had as their recent visitors Arthur visit friends In New Orleans, La Suits / As Twin l I'$1,

. Royal, at STUMP'S.Mrs. I Saturday.football game In Jacksonville G.Theodore Carratt Somara Miami of, Mr.Clarksburg and Mrs. before going on to Southern Cal- I Heds ;t, .A\\

T. H. Slade and Mrs. H. I Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Williams W. Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Sam K. ifornia. Mr. Anderson has beena Just Arrived

uo-Therm A. Lawson were delegates of the have received a telegram from titrates and children of Monticello long time employee of the

local PTA attending the state convention I I their son, Ralph, stating that he Mr. and Mrs. :J. B. Mills and Telegraph with the exception of I

at the San Carlos Hotel In I[ has arrived In Tokyo safely. He IsI Miss Dorothy Mills of Green Cove five years' Army service duringWo..ld I
War II.
IEATERS Pensacola Miss Garnita Tuesday Hutto through of Starke today.,I Corps.with the U. S. Army Medical Mrs..prliiKS H.! spent W. Mills.Sunday with Mr. mid Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jacksonville Faulk Denmark Furniture Co. 1*

I and of South -
daughters
00 and Charley Parker of Madisonwere I' Mrs.\ Edmond Tcnly spent sev- Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Brown

Month guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. eral days In Jacksonville attend ,moved last week from the R. A. were guests Thursday night PHONE 151 STARKE FLORIDA
of In the name of Mr. -
Hutto In JacksonvUle over the ing the Young Peoples Leadership! Weeks! home on South Street to last week ---..- -_ -_-_- -_ _.- -_-_- _
weekend and attended the Geor course at the Main Street Baptist the former T. T. Long home. corn- and Mrs. Mnxle Carter. Martelle - - - -

gla-Flol'lda. game. Church under the "r of Tenth and Conlpy Streeta. and Marian Maxine stayed over
I sponsorship of
to the week and went with
The Weeks home has been spend
Gary Ennis of Tampa was the of State WMU. She purchased -
and
membersof
:..Ir. and Mrs. Carter and Moxie,
bv Mr. Denver R.
guest of Kasper Duncan the past her also heard Devrlck
I family Evangelist -
Jr" to attend the circus In Jack-
of the Farm. Home and Auto
weekend; and attended the BHS G. G. Lanter at the Trinity Bon villa Wednesday.Carl Priest's TOYTOWN
homecoming game. I Baptist church.Mr. Supply.
Mr. and Mra., R. J. Davis who I and Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Rev. and Mrs. Horner Swindall Carter of Daytona Beach
... left Tuesday for KlsHlmmen where was a recent guest of Mr. and
A.- are temporarily residing in Palat- Mr and Mrs. E. L. Matthews and
ka were home for the weekend. chlldl..n'Islt..d the they attended the Florida. State Mrs. Palmer Williams.\
Stephen Foster
Convention of First Christian Mrs. E. L Matthews andaughters *
11 ft. .ArniHtrong Iinoli'iuii and Memorial at White Springs ISOPEN *
Sunday Churches for a few days. The Mary Agnes and Anne
ongoliMim. Floral and tile putcrns. j afternoon.' '
wtndalli\ were luncheon guests are at Riverside Hospital where
Hart Furniture Co. I Rev. and Mrs. Homer SWindall I of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Lynn In the children hrfd their tonsils Our Selection This Year are very, nice.. It I tAt1
left Tuesday mornlnir to attend the very seems that we have brought
I Alachua while enroute Tuesday removed Friday morning. together the best line of
j State Convention of Christian 1 1I Toys and Gifts in our many years experience for
I
FREE Churches to be held In Klualmmee, I your convenience. Mease shop early and avoid the disappointment that

For Prompt FREE Removalof I November appear on 14-16.the program Mr. Swlndall speaking will I HARK! come with late shonplnjr.' A deposit will lay away your order until later.

Dead, Crippled, & Worth. I I on the subject, "The Church, the DOLLS

less Cattle Horses, Mules, I j Divine Institution." I The Gobbler Turkey Says-s Christmas Cards Wheel Goods

& Hogs Among those attending the Flor. -- -
INKIER Ida-Georgia football game In Jacksonville .i on your way to with Envelopes -i'.r.J:, '

Call 132, StarkeWE Saturday were: Dr. and 5 for 5c and up "P

ALWAYS COME 1 Mrs. J. M. Hembree, Dr. and Mrs.
CTRIC SERVICE H. H. Adams Mr. and Mrs. LaMar AVERY INNTHANKSGIVING BOXED CARDS ". .J"

.22! X. Temple Ave. Florida Renderers, I Curry. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 23c and 50c

,Holiday, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mann. g Buy your oarYbt ami write them
hone 168 INC.
Starke Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Arch Thomas Jr.. DINNER now. 1'Oq.CUB mall then later.

.5 Mr. and Mrs. C. }1. Quick, Sr., ____ ._ _
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews Mr. "AND THE WORKS"And : DECORATIONS
I ..
and Mrs. C. H. -
Nasworthy Miss ..
'ery Branch of Garnlta Hutto Charley Parker, ( Just Look at the Price, Folks) I __ __ __ _I Everything to decorate I tii'
.e
Mr. and Mrs. James Moore, O. JMcGrlff I your home and the tree. _ _ _
INSURANCE Jr., Albert Cdews. Judge $1.25 Tinsel Icicles Snow ,

and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, Mr. and Child's Plate The _ Wreaths', lieU, Light Sets, SANTA SAYS:
Mrs. W. C. Powell,
------- --- --- Comer Perry Ornament

1 man Mtsi Nina Bishop Mr. and Please] Make Reservations at once "Keep Young America]
Mm H. A. Bishop. Jr., Mr. and Our don are tton C'hofCft.1 the
|. C.C WALL AGENCY Mrs. Stanley Noegel. Mr. and :Mrs Phone Starke 16 312 N. Walnut] St. Nation and we have thesis 1 at WRAPPING rollin'.. on wheel Goods]

Billy Noegel. Mr. and Mrs. I... F. low prices or In the better'"''I.MI. MATERIALS from Priest's Stores"
Dlnkins. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. ..
Mc-
PLEASE PHONE 146 IU-.. Our dolla cry, sl<*f-, wet, For that package that "'"
Clane, Mr. and Mrs. John Torode,, must
I Constant Service Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED- Mr. and Mrs. E. LeslIe Biggs. Bobby uek thmnlM. ud many wtherfeatured. he just right. Our ribbons TRICYCLES

Biggs!' John Anderson J. B THEATRE .. 1'ou.1U love diem & paper are what you want. 8" Front Wheel $3.95
1 D I eve'7.iMb
Denmark and Mr. and Mrs. Han -

-- Walker. STARKE CANDIES 10" Front Wheel $5.951
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Don Page was railed to Lebanon. 1IALSAM We have plenty Deluxe/ j

Iml, Saturday because of the ser Dedicated To Community Service Models at higher prices.
lous Illness of his father, W. W. "Movlea Are Better Thau Ever" Building Blocks I :
,
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j Page.' He returned to Stark .
I "Best in The Land" WAGONSH'j"x7
thlo5. _REP"IRRDI PECANS WANTED Wednesday evening. Sun., Mon. Nov. 19, 20 rf-
hi.lI.k.'.er....All_ nmrmmtf4 Mo*.I.. ttl Tempi Avenue I Mrs. Willard Pass of Tallahassee Saturday, Nov. 11 Only 39c S9c 89c .. ) / "x2" size $1.00
''It".j.1' "HKPHICHOnn : N. q..tIty t... Inrae ..r mull of her I AND ..." .... 18"x8"x2" .
l .. MfHHKf PIIICKSAT I was the overnight guest DOUBLE FEATURE VP (. fllze $L93
.0.. !I..r.... HlbllK: Io.o.'fIII'
3aapl' )
.PIo. _ _ \1
ALL '1'I'ln:8' parents, Mr. and Mrs. I* D. .;;;;;.; Also several ]
-See U* Before Belllnu: 1 ."...... BEAUTIES In
\ .J. ''''RO HADIOS. Green Monday. % !_ MAOREENQHARA JOHN PAYNE ARCHERY SETS Iloxed. and Hulk Candies the Deluxe Models.
'
% .. ROSES-.uar nteeJ to live and| Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns and %
ri:0.., : ....,.....'11 bloom. AAKa: Wlnnera from the.outh' children. Ann. Linda and Randy, 35c 25c Fresh and Tasty. Our Can. .
RLE
c. of 49c
SHEPHERD larumt grrowers patented dies from DOLLCARRIAGES
come the Nations
a I Jr. and ,
,
1104100n St... Stark roses. \Vrlte now for n-W. full|' and Mra. W. J Epperson '
color free cntalov TT'.TJWCNURHEUIE3. daughters Mary Sue and Sally best Candy Kettles direct
E.Royal l is desk model typi- EOX 63J. 'TYLtK I Ann. attended the RlmtHn.Bros HOMRDd 5liVA DAISY! to our Show Cases.
Inch .. TEXAS
Iii ca"hT arrla...rm.A-l. See con&. f circus In Jacksonville Wednesday I IOt1 AIR RIFLES We start at $1.49 and have|

at Bradford County T.l ldh FOR Court. RENT Ht, :Starke.Nlc office Fhono I2ILIt facln evening. BOOKS BOOKS them on up to suit the fin-

i 12 ft. Arrrmtron*; linoleum and I Alto MOM Mew, and "Jitterbug I 1000 Shot Rifle $3.89: eat dolls on earth.

CANS WANTED BEDROOM airy. Pvt.FOB hath RENT-Large, well heated. lljrht.J !1 1 Confoleirm. Moral and tile pat- ; 'isrf .k Jive" Cartoon Ked Ryder Carbine $1.93 STORY, PAINT AND _ _ _

;121; .Tempi.. A".n<4. 221 So. Walnut. HFOR tern. Hart Firrnlture! Co. s'1 :: I Daisy Hulls Eye Shot 5e CUT-OUT HOOKS lOc

SVl"J"-'RKF'P* Ur..'KICBa er .".." RENT 4-room house modern. i I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tllley and 0* iitM. Tue ., Wed. Nov. 21], 22 _ Hooks for Older
.Ar ALl. TIMB8 ISO pe- mo. Apply 410 Center Ht.Htarhe. spending this ,
Stephen. are ,
1:. son DOUBLE r- 1
lie tor.* BelUnaE lip 1 I( week with Mrs. Tilley's parents.Mr. p FEATURE- I I_ JIOYS&GIRLS ,

E,* HAUU.VO of any kind LOST: Brown blllfolil b..lon.ln/l. Finder/ to and Mrs. J. S. Sapp of Ratford Baron of Arizona I 39c & 59c
Edward Rick. ,
Vhckon, US or- Jackson 43.W. Tran.-tf may Charles keep money and return rent road. Friends of Mrs. Sapp will AND I Mnrrnt Price, Ellen Drew' : -. .
to Bradford County Toll-graph Up be sorry to hear she Is confined PLUS BOXED '
-
*oh*:' lnt, Packard Clipper WOULD LIKE TO DISPOSE of 2 to her bd.Attending. _ I
riLV"tarSarih! Bauh .. Approilmatelytu Brother We Can Dream HandkerchiefsWe
1.1 deer bound do" the Baptist I teoH
1'1 h-ti n .. '"I._ at H.ilbroin trained years for deer only.I Don maybe I hood convention In Ocala Monday L Can't We? have them in Beau -
ftlllT taken for field trla'a 'If neesiary. "' were: Rev. L. D. Halnen.! _
evening
.. If interested contact Floyd Flu Latet MOM NewsThura. tiful Boxes
"".haired whit. dog with ,'.V' 'n .Ide.' wt. about to with :Raymond. Tom Harding Jr.. T. I Ij' .. Fri. Nov. 2.1.: 21* 25c 39c 49c
!!
terrier 4 _
I ....k.*. name Pal. B.en1 LOST: Large. whit. fox bob tall. '''B. Harding. Sr. and B. T. Tnomaa 1 .>, > I "
Reward brown black epote. 11
T Land, Rt. i, for BOX r It.Itp-. anwer to name of Bu. ter H.-j' Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordon and '.0. We have
Tractors
L
landHandwlrh large
I I ,
__ ward for return Hhop to Coney 'fp son Harold of Oveida were Sun.] I ,_ I Come InTODAY
Lr: I of Mr. and :Mrs. T J. and Small icerare''
ntOodilion.I.br'.e dl.e., .u..r mill. HOUsE FOR REXT. Kln.ely Lak" day guests I..IU.wUDuLU Aluminum Tea Set 1
r" re .on- .I..trle' i Grltfln.I !
"'r'ply
II (I bedroome them in Rub-s(
Levin rooma Plastic
Orl"u.oj RL 1. left for Tampa STANWYCKCOREYhHALWAUISWBM I
I. n..a.on.i Cr-en
Lswt.,. runnln water Mrs. L. D. $1.00
ltpt. "It"h.nl n r rate* Apply 131I' spend ten days with her I I Lay Away That I her Steel i146
to
:. :\\i 111 I Tuesday! Other I or (
Platt ... *. SS-ft. 1IU St. or phone Mrs. Eunice Clark and Mrs. J t Tea Sets In Plastic,
Ete
sisters
.4 '!tI.nt hal BO'* pun.to.1 China and MetalVAN Order NOW num. All lJea u
lItti' .. n.dlt"1' FOR SALJ5Whit. Williams.Mr.
Mu.t Dale. ,Blanche _
n.. In. ready to lay. f i each.-Sfr Edwards "Thelma Jordon"Flan _
.T.k. Platform rock. road IfP, and Mrs. William A.
"d Htate Farm ws,5.soa.
t.aI.:: S.aley mattress. n.wv Pamela of
a".It .tool.t b"ntl. cock. FOR SAM: 5O ) orf' .". p..' and daughter I H. PRIEST
Ed.wards' CO.
chapter6
.. highway.I ***gMr.:
!?!' ?. cr tch anytAn. ture tlmherUnd. facing palatka were NiAGRJ !
i' Er.ll. t for ml. from Stark., Addr'" flo Mr. and Mrs. W. dames Brow of MUwoarl" Alumi-1
,or.11' lIP parents. ,
Roy Fla
M.rqn.ttor ., en 01' phone UK. Btarke
I..... Court, Btark. :M.\ Edwards last Sunday. AND I'lin "Tom Thumb's Brother" CarCBDEVJfJD *

:.a.: I ol- Itp WELL 110 per Fl.ylSHEP Ib. .t farm.TURRET Hen' U.TOM Ih.al ,. Mrs. C. A. Long and 'frs.of F.Mr.H. BRL'IN": tOOfl5.fli "Iforim ti Daffy I>ay." Sc to $1.00 STORES

rant! ,. *e fIr tries s ll.o.. Turkey Farm Flor.hOli't long were dinner rtieits t N'ovHtjrI
,. liar.' .'lrenlatln Via.TIR1CETa-. W. N. Long 10. G JnevUI CARTfJO.V
"i b. ..... at 400 a. and loIn l- ... - .. -
0: ,
'r call Alysr.s FOR S4I-E--Mr.' T. :J Thursday evening- - - -

Itp UJ4| Alderman. Hampton. UP I tt, I


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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. PJTARKE.! FLORIDA FRID.\\' Son:

.- -,'. .- Ulf:1t: nCase .
No. 8128 As Clerk of said Court. -'
comes down here but can never young teen agers met In the New dence I III Unknown Publication nnd J\otl" to Hv Haven Crosby 1"' '' .
You are required to appear. on November Order of ) i Martin J. Pearl, SIX &nRolld.l.dlildlr. a
figure out why he'd want to go River school building and had 27th I960, In the above named Appear .HTATM OK M.OHIWA TolClulr ., JafKBonvllle Florida

i bark up North. hours of real fun. Rev. and Mrs. Court neck and divorce cause and, wherein custody plaintiff and- I Unknown M Pequee.: who.e residenceI Atty. for Pit. illS| 4t 11124|

C Scott of Starke, met with them control of minor children. ETnd- You are required to appear on No. In Circuit Court Bradford County
We've had some beautiful weather and helped furnish the entertainment ford County Telegraph shall publish vember. 7th, 1950, In the above> Florida In Chaneerr.Dorothy .
wherein
this Order In next four weeklyWlt'ne named Court and cause, Hollarn, Plaintiff, vs,
after our first cold snap. which Hamburgers and limeade Issuelt.. (plaintiff peeks divorce Bradford Thomas Hollern, Defendant.
r ; sold. The > my hand and offlra) peal County Telegraph hall publish this Cane No 11185
Incidentally even though we had were treasury depart- at Starke, Florida, this October\ Order In next four weekly laauea Order of PuMlratloi* amd Notice to
1DIARYr ment of the club is gradually being 3rd.. 1960 Witness my hand and official seal. Appear IPArn 0V FLORiDA To
some ice In our water trough did Inflated. This Saturady evening (OFFICIAL SEAt.) A. J. Thomas at Starke, Florida this October Thomas Hollern, whose residence la
not kill anything on our farm. We A. Clerk of laid Court. list mo unknown and whose poMtofflce ad- ,,1i
: they are planning a candy pulling By" Haven Crosby, Deputy CI..rkE. ( 3. Thomas dross. la Box 456, Trumansvllte, New &
thought that the cold certainly Each boy and girl Is asked to K Ferryman, Starke 10i7 Florida Still( FF.CIAIASF.AeVk paid Court York!
Attyi. for Pit. | 4t Clerk
wruld kill but Haven Cro.by. lelI'y .
our hairy Indigo By You are required to appear on
escort. The Is
bring an public In. 10127 H 11117
it didn't affect it at all. Did not In '1'.. Clrrult Court Of Flowldn December 4th 1950, In the abovenam.,1
vited. Jndlplal Clrealt.. I. A." Forllrniirnrd Court and cause, wherein'
Eighth
even hurt our stringbeana.. We t tonaty. !. hnnerrr.I'hlllp In Circuit (Court Ilradford CODntT'1 plaintiff seeks dIVl>r".I'* care,
.
are just about getting used to the Birthday Dinner Martlneau, Plaintiff, v.. Vlnrldnl In B. Chnncerr.Virginia Jlolllnwa. buy and control of 011.1
Bradford County Telegraph .
W. Roberts, alno, known aT.
weather here In Florida, and like Mrs. S. W. Whitehead Thomas. W. Roberta:., and Era Roberta, Thomas Melvin RoU'ncJ' .lJ>"No. IUM publish this Order In next four
Our 4'4! acre field of broccoli is planting on the middle of the beds it more and more. We spend almost enjoyedher hlfl wife, Defendant Order of Publication end Notice Co I iy Isaue*.

coming along pretty well. But It Then offset our planter 10 Inches I all our time out of doors sixtieth birthday with all her I Order of. BTATM Publication OK FI.ORIUA.and Notice To.ThomR. Rollins (
to the left of the cultivator frame children and her W .Robert alao known Melvln 28th, 1950.OFFICIAL.
needed In the rows and and It Is comfortable almost all grandchildren at Marine) whose realdenee and .4. SEAL .
working up ) A J. Thomas
and also used a new plate ((32-hole the time Vj> North at this time home Sunday. Dinner was spread an his T.wife W,, Robert whose residence and Era la Robert Sand dress l la: S. S American Jurist New cio As Clerk of sail Court.
the because It was Pier tt North River
around plants I' 118 Line
By Haven Crosby" '
Deputy Clerk
bean
plate) to set out the lupine of the look for the first er.ville Miss
year you York. N. Y I :
under the trees In the back yard. hereby notified that a Ray Selden, Selden BuildingDay
the soil wet andit You' are
planted when was because we were not gettingout snow. and from that time until late null has been Inntitued In the. above You are required. to appear on No.. tons Hnarh. Florida
has caked and grown green. So enough seed. With the plant. March the weather consists of cold Mrs. Whitehead ban eight children named Court and cauaa ty: the a- vember Court 27tb and, 1950 cause, In, the wherein above plaintiff named Attya for Plf till! 4t 1124|

we got busy with a prong hoe and er set this way we rode up a bed, (really cold-down to 5 or 6 above and 27 grandchildren Leslie's wife hove.. ",named nnh..r'plaintiff._ alRn atfalrmt known ThomW a. T.- ..!*. divorce- Bradford County

worked with vim. and vigor. but planting a row on the left-hand zero and sometimes lower), snow, i was unable to attend due to a recent I wife. Robert, aa; ;defendant*', and- -'Bra, for--:Roberta ruformarlon: hi.:I i Telegraph next. four shall; weekly publlah'laaueaWltneaa this. OrderIn Nurse Tells How HadaiF1

edge and then turned around and Ice, slush, rain fog, hail and sleet. operation. and apuclflo performance. of contract my hand and official aeal
discovered that 750: foot take this October
rows Florida
At Starke,
back the to ell land for abatementIn
came over same row. You can't beat this section for Its 1950.OFFICIAL.
a lot of time and effort. A neighbor thus planting on the right hand climate. Farewell I'arty relief purchase, covering price and and pertaining for other to 21r4( SEAL) A of aald 3. Thoma.A Court. Was So

visiting us estimated that it edge. By this system we plantedthe Beulah Mae Moody gave Oscar Rlluate the following In Bradford described County property Florl- By- Haven *Crosby Clerk Deputy ClerkA Helpful To Her

would take about an hour to do a entire field three rows on top Heard a story again this week Gibson a farewell party Tuesday da. to-wit: J. Thomas. Jr., Starke, Florida.

row. As hard as we worked we of each bed and In the entire 6 3-4 which always makes us angry. A night. He Is leaving loon to en- The Northwest Quarter. of Fotithonut Atty for Plf. 10127 4t 11117 Vitamins
Quarter of Section 311, ToWnship Supplied Bi, &i Iron and
could not do that much work but acre field we used about 180 lb. of farmer around here bought some ter the armed service. A large 7 South Range 21 EaSt con- In Circuit Court. Bradford. Count Niacin

no doubt an experienced hand lupine seed and about 80 lb. of rye. sweet corn seed (the seller said crowd helped him. enjoy the party. taming AlMa the 40 South acre.half more of or the lena North-; "Florida: In James Chancery.Umanuel Karhan Plaintiff. Which Her System Lacked ;..:.

could. As a matter of fact while The operation took a lot of work It was bane Hybrid,) planted it Went aide, of the Norlhea Quarter v*. Leah Ouattn KarhB D..rendant.Ca.e' No. IltO( '

working the broccoli a darky hap. -about two full days of planting and raised it successfully. But Mrs Reddish Andrews i la able 'to Quarter. Northeast and the Southwest and Quarternf the Order of Pnhllcatlon' anil( Notice to ::1, elements; to vital to

pened along and asked for the job alone-but we did It this way because when he tried to sell It, he discovered be back teaching again after a Snutheaat the. Quarter Quarter of the Northeast Appear. ItTA'1 OK KI..IUI.whosu..,V real-To I I tarn good health and phik help
few In the I.eah OuHtln Karhan. .
days hospital .
of hoeing the field. We hired him we have never been able to that he had corn which was Quarter Also ; the ten. acre off of the dance I I. Unknown ness.

for the day to see what he woulddo. get a really good tand of a unsaleable, through no fault of his Mrs. Wilbur Turner Is now In West aMe" of the Northant Quarter December You are 4th required 1950. to In appear the above on II ,4 % Why These ,.ltlmint.nd(

Well he did 13 rows, so we cover crop and we thought that own, because It was not the corn Jacksonville where she will stay of atf the mentioned NW Quarter In a West deed from of m gully John named Court and cause, wherein I ..., ,itS Minerals Come In I.Iquid Fo

felt that he did a good day's work the planter would set out the seed he had asked for. We know that until January. She left Fort> War Pval and wife to IT. P. TVaadln plaintiff seeks divorce.shall Bradford this t4 t,. There's a

so ,rare kept him on. But after uniformly and cover It to the cor. honest mistakes can happen' but den Wash., on October 16, and .and 29 111111.T.V..all. In Waadln Section dated 80. Townnhlp January Order County In Telegraph next four kryUli :."uhe.. S HADACOL comes very good In re 1OI

2'4 days' work he got a sore rect depth. Then too we did not we think the only thing a farmer came by Cortex: Colo., where she 7 oiith Range 21 Kant and containing Witness my hand and this official October Beat I ,, form. These precious VltamlDl SPtcllll,
Starke Florida
shoulder and quit so It looks as 11 waste a lot of seed in low spota. can do to prevent that from hap. visited with Wilbur's sister, Bon aggregate 110 acreS conveyed more In or Ihla less! deed In the of .it list 1060.OFFICIAL. Minerals are more eaelly.nd

we'll have to finish it up ourselves. Now, anyway. we'll see. what we pening la to buy certified seed. It nie. one hundred fifty acre, more_ or A*SEAL Clerk) A.of sail J. Thomas Court ?' 1r this ly absorbed way-ready into the blood Itr

Next step after We get it hoed get. costs a little more per pound but Mr. and Mrs Harry Swisher lea nAn,' you and each of you are here By Haven Crosby, D I1I '. rc work. A big improvement to go m

will be tq thin it out one plant per CCC we think It Is worth It. sold 60 fryers to Kenny Turner I by required. to December appear. In 4 aald, 19nO Court and 11J3 ) noticed within a few dlrl.Don't .110

hill, as there are now from 2 or 3 We got tired of chasing chickens CCC last week Ken will use them in to anti then'cause. on or otherdefenae In Circuit Court Bradford Count v"t" 'L
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up to 30 plants or so In a cluster. all around a chicken house whenwe We weighed our latest batch of his store In Lake Butler. The I : on by v..T.ra law, otherwise rlr.wit' ,,the sueration arequired Florida I In* Chancery.Martha Pearson,. Plaintiff, \8.1. B. A 'Doubtinj Thou

Then .we'll throw some soil up to wanted to catch one, so we pigs at the age of 7% weeks-the Swlshers are contemplating selling ( tit the bill of complaint.. will Platt Q. Pearson.: Defendant.Case No. .lit I ; S. derful After reading Mrs. Ad.V! J

the plants after side-dressing and largest one weighed 28 lb. and out and moving to Miami. We be taken a* "nr..ed. br shall von .Order of Pnhllcatlon nnd Notice to, "" -. experience, with HAD!

hope for the best. made what Is called a chicken the smallest 18 lb. We're still not hope they aren't in too big a hurry. publish Bradford this County order In Telegraph Its next four '('Pliitt AP......'.1. STATK! OK whose FI.OHII residenceIs Tel' -peat how new caD nutritional you doubt foraiulil tint I

hook from an old broom handle doing so well with our hogs and Mr. and Mrs. Riley Wilks of Ft. weekly Wltneaa Inane my hand. and the .seal or Unknown PearsOn: '{ S ui.t help you if your system ItckiJ I

Finally got our lupine planted In and a wire clothes hanger. Drilled we're going to keep on trying until Myers were visiting her sister, said Court at Starke, Florida. this December You are 4th required., 19BO, In to appear the above on ',:> mins B., B., Iron and Nacin'T!
left field And It turned out to be successful. Trouble Mrs. R J. last week. 27th dav of October A.. D. I960.! wherein. What HADACOL
a hole the diameter of the wire we are Turner OFFICIAL SKAM A. J. ThornssAa named Court and cause ,.' did for !
quite a' job the way we did It. in the end of the handle and forced this( time was that we did not feed DenslI and Ruby Thomas of Flor. Clerk of Bald Court. tody plaintiff and seeks control divorce of ,minor care, children "".-. .of Adele it can do for you i it I'D

First of all we planted Abruzzl rye the wire Into it firmly. Then bent the sow enough of the right kind al City visited Mrs. Fronle Moody A. 3. .Thomas for Plf., Jr., Stacks 1113,| Flori'ta.Attys. 4t 11IJ4 FYBdford County Telegraphahall \".', the troubled shoulders with aches and not
along with the lupine (bitter, as we feed. publish this Order In next "i'W legs and Inn/
the wire so that it will slip a. of Live and learn. Sunday. Mrs. Moody Is now letting Bradford Count four weekly laaue. tain nervous disturbances itJ

could not get the sweet kind) and round the leg of a chicken and CCC out one acre of strawberries Florida In rlrenH In Court.Chancery.Itocco Witness mv hand and official seal Mrs. Jennie Lee Adele 412 N. nia when due to an upset Ito

used our two-hopper Cole planterto not allow the chicken's foot to For example we've fed our Our Missionary Miss Gladys Caputl Defendant, Plaintiff Case v.No.. Maria 8131 lit 2nd Starka llfintOFFICIAH., Florida this. November 27 St., East St. Louis Ill., a nurse stomach distress and a general
put it on. We used a 4-hole Velvet hogs In which we originallybuilt recoil "Xolli-e' oAppear. SEAL) A. 3. Thomas. down weakened condition dJ
nnd
pass through. It works pretty a pen Beckett of Edmonton Alberta, Order of r.1Ir.C'o. says she wishes she had found
bean plate for the lupine and a result UTATM' OF Fl.onln* Ti'' such deficiencies
for Big Red and as a
well. and saves time and bother out about HADACOL because
Canada, is now In French West whoae residence I I. sooner
Maria Caputl So
4-hole corn plate for the rye with confined have what are you waiting (
of their being they Africa studying the Housa. language unknown: since taking HADACOL she Dont
gear 14. This inter-plated the rye Had nice visit not been able to graze the way You are required to appear on feels so good. Mrs. Adele suffering you see that HADACO
from was
a Marcus When she has finished her December 4th, 19&0. In the above the kind of product you need.
and lupine at 10 Inch Intervals, Lillian and Janice Conner, We they should. Then too one little studies she will go to her perma. named Court and cause, wherein' Let Us Thoroughly a deficiency of Vitamins B', kind you should buy and thi

and we went over the entire field talked hogs a lot of the time and pig we call Runty from Porky'slast nent mission in the same territory. plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shell' publish'ltrRelro.dC"ounly this. Your Clothes B>, Niacin and Iron which HADA- you should start taking imjrl

also the crops which Marcus raises litter, has a case of stomach We along with the First Presbyterian Order In next: four weekly official laineaWlfneaa sent. Wash COL contains. ately! I

-berries and sweet corn. Ha has a- worms (or some kind of worms) Church of Miami support at Ptarke my, Florida hand and, this October 9 Pounds Here Is Mrs. Adele's own state Sold On A Strict Mont;.B.JGuarantee

bout 60,000 berry plants out. and and we've got to do something Miss Becker, who. Incidentally i 27th 11ROOFFICIAL. ment: "I have been a nurse for' 1

In corn time he plants 25 acres. about that. was trained for a teacher and later A.SFAM Clerk A.of aald J. Thnm..j For 40c! over 14 years. My food never HADACOL even helps buitdl

Dut to get back to his hogs we S a nurse. We wanted to give Hv Maven. Crosby Deputy Clerk' seemed to agree with me. I heard the hemoglobin content of jf

were amazed to hear that In one We've heard that goat. meat Is her a Christmas gift and wondered Wm.Jackannvllle D \Morgan, lin Florida? Clark Bulld- FREE Bleach If Desired! one day how so many folks were blood (when Iron is needed!I

years he has raised 42 hogs from very good to eat so we've asked a what would be appropriate In Attya for Pit. 1113 4t 11124 being helped because of HADA course through your body, al
COL. I tried it and after 3 bottlesI ing these great health-building I
neighbor to sell us a quarter the
only two brood sows and that reply to our Inquiry she requested Dradford County.Plorldni .
In Circuit Conrt. could tell a big improvement. ments to every body orgia. I
some of the last batch that he next time he butchers one. We In Chaucer
a flannelgraph to be able to teach wonder HADACOL helps |
.. Now I eat anything I you
Plaintiff. vVenrn
sold l at the age of five months think we will like It, and Indeed, those little boys and girls the Bible I John Melton D. Boyk.n.Boykln. Ver..ndant.Ca.e, and I am full of wantsleepwell wonderful.Be .

weighed 175: Ib. He keeps tankage, believe that we've eaten it before better. The gift is now enroute tc NI. 8129Order to We Will energy. fair to yourself! GIVIJ r

'WftiTEotYft4.QtVRELIEF salt and minerals before them all unknowingly for lamb or mutton.If her and we hope It will be thereIn Appear of SrtlH Publication OK KI.OUIHA and Notice TolVerna Why IIADACOL Gives t self a break if you have tuck i iclenciest

the time and they feed on corn .we like it maybe we'll raise a ample time. I B Boykln. Whose ....Iden"ela Dry Your Clothes Such Fine Results 8. W.
and peanuts. Marcus wag not few goats--and then we'll really M. L. Johns and- family visited Roanoke 3010 East, Virginia Olbboney: Road, For 20c HADACOL does not bring just yourself around-a burden!toy

AT LAST bragging about what he had done; have trouble with our fences his son M. I.. In I You are required to appear on November symptomatic relief. HADACOLnow self and your family- hta a
Jr.r Hope Haven
7th, 1950 In the above named -
In CC makes it possible to actually be as close at hand u !
fact may
he laughed and said that
He Court and cauae, wherein plain In New Automatic Driers!
Sunday. thinks probably M. L. relieve the
The In tiff seeks divorce Bradford Coun. cause of aches and pains nearest drugstore if you info]
kitchen
For Your COUGHCreomulsion he thought he was Just plain lucky. English peas the
will in
able the
be to
come home by the ty Telegraph shall publish this Order shoulders legs and arms deficiency of Vitamins B',BO
flow we'd like to be lucky that garden are In bloom and some last of the month. In next four weekly. laaue certain nervous disturbances antia
relieves promptly becauseit way with hogs! more of the rhubarb is coming Witness my hand and official seal C general run-down weakenetl chi and Iron. This great BA
con.
goes right to the seat of the troubleto through. Rest of the kitchen gar- !. ;The Circuit Coarl Of at 28th.Starke 1950.OFFICIAL, Florida, this October dition due to deficiencies of Vita- COL is Inexpensive, too- help loosen and expel germ laden den Is Klarhth Jvdlrlal; tlrcult. 1I..r1'i1: : ( SEAL A. T Thomas mins BBI.. Niacin and Iron in a small amount a day. Trial i'
Red Is to be growing slowly.
phlegm and aid nature to soothe and Big getting quite Fee llradforrt lo..tr. In Chaaieerr A. Clerk of said Court your system. only $1.25. Large family or I
bronchial popular and Is used more and C P. D Kodcllah. and Ruth tteddlal,, Clerk
heal raw tender Inflamed I By Haven Crosby Deputy The WasheteriaTemple droij
If
his wife, flalntlffa HADACOL pital size $3.50. your
Horac.
Gunte 10127 4t 11117 not only supplies deficient
membranes. Guaranteed to please you more by neighbors for breeding to dot to get some more firewood.We and Virginia Quitter hi. wit. t>.. systems with extra does not have HADACOL, ordtf
or money refunded. Creomulsion has their sows. He has brought some want to get some fat wood or fondant. In Circuit Court. Bradford CODlltT.Flo..ldRI tities of Vitamins quan- Co
Ave. Starker B B. Iron and direct from The LeBlane ;
stood the test of millions of users. Order of Pahllratlov and Nellce to In ( bnneery.Mildred ; ,
mighty fine pigs BO far and we a load of cat-faces. The wood we App., SrAlli OF VLOH1UA. T.. Reed Pequeen Plaintiff, v*. Nmcin but alia helpful amounts of Ion, Lafayette Louisiana.

CREOIYIUL'SIONCouftu. : think that as we learn more about have used burns swell, but gives Huraco hi. wife Ounter, who.and residence Vlrulna and Qunte adOr. .. Clair M Pequeen, Defendant ____ Important Calcium and Phosphorus (a WO. Th LsBlsn Corporatln

..1_ CHIt Coldt, Acute .......hltl.WElij raising hogs that we'll be able to little sustained heat. ... I I. Unknown.
do better with the pigs he sires. You are hereby notified that a
suit ha. been Instituted In tha aboy. .
CHad Looked over our few berry named Court and cau. by the

a family reunion on Saturday plants and they are coming along above named plaintiff atralnat Hor v-
gee Gunter and Virginia dunte. .
at our farm and a typical pretty well, but we think we'll hi. wife, aa defendants; that th.. f4

farm dinner--chicken, sweet potatoes have them hoed this week and perhaps a relief certain sought flrat I.mortgage the foreclosure dated the of

fresh green beans, home put some fertilizer to them. JnJ day of November' 1049. and cccorded -

baked rolls and bread, country but. Everytlme we talk fertilizer some- Pace 213 In et Martttave..q. thereof Boost of th.23 cur.t R

ter fresh milk-and make believe one mentions "uramon" and we rent publla record of Bradford

that our city "klnfolka" from Jack. can'" find out what the heck It la. County oral relict Florida, covering and for and other perlalnIn& Ken- .

sonville didn't enjoy itl) Our folks But we'll find out. ; to the following described property .
I situate In Bra ford '
County,
SC '
were especially impressed with the Florida, to wit: /
broccoli field. and practically drooled Joy our milk cow lets us know Th. North Half of the following Sr5v; ) 1 '

We offer the people of Starke when Vvny thought of eating it. when her water trough in the deacrlbed In the Southwest property corner On. of Half the acre fol.

By the time we get through with wooda is empty. She bellows at lowing described piece of land. towlti Riqht down !I Ii
I KM:: of Hlock I South Usage f the line
and vicinity one ot the. most working it. we won't want to look the gate and we know what she I Imean. West of Simon J. Temple Sub

at the doggone stuff. .'. We know that nhe has division of land. at Temple' Mill..
modern and finest alao all fraction South of Clock 8 ,
P1 equipped C C C to get plenty of water
every day Hang 4 In NS3(4( of 8WH and more ,
And speaking of our family If we're going to get plenty ,of particularly described a* being one
I! welding shops) anywhere. half ,acr In outhwt corner of I
Alice's Pop la coming back to stay milk from her We are getting a- NK!* ?, SW(4( of Sen. SI.' Town.hl I / pS
H All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S with us again through the winter. bout 6 to 7 quarts of milk daily 8 South, Rang 2) East .
Alsoi Begin
at Southeast
He spends the summer's with and raising Early. too. of flock S B", of Rang 4 W corner, 'of : S xii 5getl engfni
4W
I GARAGE ,
Simon J. '
Alice'a brother Ed. up at Tom's S run North Temple's and Sub-division 71 de..ree.V and S. >

1 River N. :J.. and then just as soon We were talking abo'ut farmingIn (N71W) 1781.1. feet to stake; thence
AND MACHINE SHOP Bradford North, and l* <***'... EIO.t (N18E)
as the snow begins to fly Pop County to a couple of -
134 feet
along east Un. of land ? $
Temple Ave. Starke hops on the Silver Meteor and farmers around here and they said heretofore laid to C. H. Clark, to 1luggetl fJ/1/e

.1 and makes a bee line for sunny that there Is little farming done K stake(S71E: thenc) 17614 South feet to and ea.t Tl bound'*.

warm Florida. We know why he around here now as compared to of said Block 6 S. of Rang 4 Wi

what was done at one time. ThatIs thence'I South 153H and feet IS degree. Wea.
; to point! of be.5.nn.ng ; '
interesting to know but more ; cain parcel ,, 7uggetl

ALVAREZ' STORE """ Clothing 1011 Interesting would be to know what ner being of situated Block 8 In S.the. of'S"o Range n.t:4 cor W..

II Established 1891 Jill the trend will be. Some folks think of Simon J. Temple lIub-dlvl.lon __ 5 Powtrful
of the !
NR'4 of the cob
of ,
W\4 8eellon All-welded
that this section! la going to be 11. Town."lp e 8outh ltan. U Ealt. ____l_ 'SIT
stocked with more cattle and the d8if'onlt: : i"lorida, and con. Valv -n-Heod! engines
taming an acre, heavy-.W more or
farmers crowded out. But It looksto axle and
lea, except a strip reserved for rear
_____
us that If farming pays anyone, a rand or street on the cut border $., channel-type frames! 'ght l
of above described .
FOR YOUR REQUIREMENTS then that person is going to stick Also: Begin at land the Southwest 'tt.Ti.t s,4" 2 ? down the line ChevoIetirucki
CAS. .
to farming. The $64 question Is corner of the NE!% of tho' 8W<4 of 0 ,, W'0ae. ) gh-Iou.l'S. '
for the rou
Faction built
twenty-on (II) Tp t 8.. "S.. are
It Pays To Trade With- Sladc I though: how to make farming pay Ransr >* East and run 20 degrees v.4t -; 'ub : -. and the big 0Ioado| .AU
S Ea.t of North 131 feet to the Southeast .& ,* %: jobs
1I '"
.tZt.
SSSScL
o ChI
Corner of WH of Bile ? units-like
s S. __ all
PROPANE GAS Our chickens hava evidently got. Hans-o 4V of Simon J. T mpU'. pads,
Y ten over their egg laying slump Htib-dlvlMon: thence 19 d..ro. tS5tr MF let'* potitlv. 5ynchrlran.mluionsoreenilin
East of
halon. Bat line of '
GAS ..App1Iancr'SLADE and are starting to pick up again. ..aidVH of But e, IS7 feet!: thence Id
We 71 degrees w...t of North lOt feet thotk.train !
hope so and know that our to withstand the :
to w..t line of >ali NEVi ot 8WH : red
GAS COMPANY :Inc. saying ,this will not put a "jinx"on thence South JOT feet to point of: .. of real/work. Engl '-.i.iL
the because beginning: The parcel th,,,. bounrixl ndO/OY', / "
eggs we get. as
being a portion of the WH of Blk to .erv.you_".r-o
dumb as chickens are they certainly 8 Range 4 Vest of Simon J crt
E. Call St. Starke. Fla. can't read the T..mj>].'. Sub-dlvUlon' : and ultu.atd That', why there or. _...I
Telegraph! In .-
the trMithwent lh
corner of on
truck*
the NKH of IiI'Vnf "Section' It, iq .u& Chevrolet why
Township I 14. nan., 13 ..:*..t. Brad than other make 'I
The Life And Times ford County Florida and contain. any a"d' *
SEE US lng 14;100 of an acre more or 1 I.... fl--- you .hould come In
And you and each of you are h. ..
: Of New River r truck today
Folks by required. to appr In tald the* great
Court and reuse on D.r.mhr 4.
FOR YOUR and tn then serve your aniwor
1.:50't:
j I Turner-Terry ; defense nn plaintiff. ;* attorney _ _
a. required by law, other.
FOOD
SEA
: I R. :J. Turner, Jr., and Wyleene wl.. the allea-atloni of the bill of
complaint will h.. taken .. ronffed **.
Terry are receiving congratula
?
; br yon Bradford County Tel..
/ tlons. They were married In Lake graph ihall publlKh this order In Advance-Design Trucks
Fresh Fish & Oysters lie nt foitv ireeklv lnl ilen.
__ City on October 27. R. J. Is em W'itn.uus TTIT hand and official. neat
I I ployed in High Springs by the A. of mid Court at Stark. Florida,
Dressed Free t1,1e, SI day nf Ortober.T> lUll
C. L. Railroad. and
Wyleene owns (OFFICIAL 8HAT.) A. J T'-.tnK..
has operated two businesses in A. Clerk ..f "..1,1 Court

MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET ( Ft. White It Is supposed that Atty A. .T. 'I'hnoiia for rif., Jr. Btark! 1113. 41 Florid 1JJVnrt.tai | *

I she will not continue to operate
I. 1r..IC$ ('o.-.f";: : .. ('...CT.
these, but will sell, as they have IM ('........T. CO
CLYDE W. COLSON
I moved to High Springs. f.uolll Com'nharer. PlaIntiff. v. 111CHEVROLET
John W. Cbpenhaver O..tC"a.
Stark
201 E. Call St.
Ph. 243 ... Nn. IDTT
Teen-Age Club Order *f r.HII.*a.lAa cad ..r flee <. STREE
I Last Saturday evening; the!I ',,n*... T'TH OP FloRiDa T.l .
John W. Copenhaver whose rul.


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Baptist ChurchThe CHURCH' OF JESUS CHRIST vile I Gainesville attended church.r- '
shopping; Friday. I I
'
OF LATTER DY SAINTSTO Mrs. Nora Sapp, Mrs. G. A. IN-EuLEV E [ GRAHAMBy vices!!! here Sunday night. r ,

First Baptist Church of HOLD CONFERENCE Gay, Mrs. Dave Green, T. B. Pin P Sunday visitors at the home of :

Starke Invites you to hear the last holster and Miss Lubedla Pin- Mrs. John McKlnny Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney were
bins II. M. MrRaeMrs.
of'
1 Services In the Starke branch By !
In a series of messages on prophecy holster were In Gainesville on their son-in-law and daughter, :Mr. i
"Daniel's Prophecy Today" the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter business Thursday afternoon. and MM. W. B. Johnson and ion. i ;
L. Day Saints (Mormon) will be W. E. Hall returned home Rev. Robert Perkins will speakon
r this Sunday morning at 11 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Francis Russ and Richard ,of Lutz, and son, Leonard
omitted In order that members after visit with her soninlawand "Why We Keep Sunday" at the
when Sunday a
/ Rev.
Haines' message will children of Lake City visited Mr. McKinney, of Sanford, and Mr. I, .\
be attend the Quarterly daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. E. morning service In the Qraham-
the third requirement preceding may and Mrs. Buddie Russ Sunday. and Mrs. L. D. Graham and daughter -
Conference which will be held In Murrhee at Hilllard. Brother Baptist Church. Evening services
the return of Christ, "A World Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roberta of Bettie, of Daytona Beach. .
Episcopal Presbyterian Church Governmental the Jacksonville Woman's Club Murrhee conducted the services at will begin at 7 p. m.
Federation This I Starke and Mrs. Edd Polk and Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney
[Jlsimn.o, B. D.. Vicarrtday is the third of the series that has building on Riverside Ave. The daughter of Ziff visited Mr. and Pine Level Church Sunday mornIng Mr and Mrs. O. P. Starling visited +
Sunday School 9.43.: : The Primary proven so helpful and sessions will begin at 10 A. M. and and he and his family were their son-in-law and daughter, and children attended cottage
inspiring to Mrs. Buddie RUBS Sunday.
November 18, 7 p. m. and Junior Departmentshave the lay-worker 2 P. M.Principal. guests of Rev. and Mrs. Hall. prayer meeting; at the home ot ,
The choir, under Mrs. Mattie Sowell, Mrs. T. W. Mr and Mrs. Frank Thomas
covered dish supper. SpeakS been reorganized tor better the direction of Lucile Green, will speakers during the I and Shirley Green were Mrs. Susie MyrIck Is visiting: the last Sunday.' Mr and Mrs. Henry Tomllnsort
S Douglas, Sr., Jackson- adjustment of age groups. The sing, with Mrs. Mona Canova day will be: Henry D. Mayle,, Markey B. ),,1. Myrlcks In Gainesville this at Hampton of Thursday night.
Adult Bible Class is at Counsel In Alachua and High Springs shopping Mr. and Mra. Earl Starling:
tech taught by the Hammond. one of the the Twelve I week.
19-9:45: : .. m. Chas. M. Turney. Apostle; Joseph L Wlrthlln, Friday afternoon. "
,daY, Nov. Sunday evening at 7.30: the U C. Kelly Is spending a few Quests of Mr. and Mrs. II. H. '
for all ages Preaching at 11 A. M First Counselor to the Presiding
Rev. L.
;schooL Classes Pastor's message will be "Do You days In Wildwood with friends and Lewis Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
i;3 through Junior high. 11 Ross Lynn D. D., of Tallahassee Love Me?" and will be Bishopric; David O, McKay Second relatives.Mr. Elam Lewis, Mr and Mrs. Bobby ,
preceded
homing Prayer and Sermonck will be the guest speaker His by the popular Happy Hour Service Counselor In the First Presidency. and Mrs. Dave Gainey and Lewis and children, and Mrs.

Futch, lay reader. subject will be, "The Church In of song and gospel chorus All are from- Salt Lake children of Palatka visited her Clough, all of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. ,

Ld y, Nov 23-Thanksglv.C Thy/ House.! The public is cor singing led by the plano-orgsn City, Utah. parents, Mr. and Mrs Gent Stokes, Bishop Thomas and children of REASONABLEcharges
The invitedto
Invited.Church is
dially public
cordially
ay 8 a. m., Holy CommuIn duo of Mrs Morse and Mrs. Mann attend. last weekend.Mrs. Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.

Sunday School meets at 8-43: : M. L. Tilghman and children Conner, Ben Saunders of Hilliard, attended with finest of sin '

m. Union Thanksgiving Of Christ supervised by E. C. Mann Jr., and of Gainesville were guests of and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae.

e at the FIrst Christian Corner 10th and McMahon taught by a corps of 80 officers her parents, tire and Mrs.. S. M I. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae and cere Serving: bring to us the friend

Rev Homer Bwlndall, and teachers. Training Unions BROOKER Matt, Sunday. mother. visited Mrs. J. E McRae,
h. Bible School-10 ship of the great communities whichwe
A. M.
O. Mitchell gather at 6.15: whole \111 the Jacksonville Naval
Rev. T. : for training in In i
aetoc Mr and Mrs. C. S. Kelley and
Preaching A. M and 7:30: church By Iva Mae Lew In
| Methodist Church, preacher. P. M. membership with J. T. son of Zlff were dinner guests of Hospital, Monday. serve. ,

L church. Is open daily forr Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Lawson, director Birthday Annlvl'l'Il1ary"They Mr and Mrs. T. W, Markey Sun: Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas J.'
Mid-week service is held are receiving: congratulations on
| and meditation. each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. each life at the day
Everyone welcome.PENTECOSTAL Wednesday at 7:13: p. m. in the of 40. Bay I wonder begins? Russell Green age C. S. Kelley Clyde Cone, T. W I the arrival of a'daughter on Thurs.. DeWITT C. JONES ;
Sanctuary with the day of last week.
CIIUBCIt inspirational
.\RK \PTIST was 41, November 12th; Mrs, Markey, and Leslie Green visited
day School, 9:43: A. M. HOLINESS I the Bible message and study led by Grace Barry 40, November 10th;: C. L. Atkinson and J. V. Edwards, Owen McRae of Jacksonville with his Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
pastor. night
Worship, 11 A. M. 10th St. and Sr. patients In Alachua County spent Saturday '
mlng Temple Ave. j and Idell Brady of Adel. Ga, 41,, and Mrs. H. M. Mc-
iinj Service, 7:30: P. M. Sunday Scheol 9:45: a. m.; Morning November 15th. A\l l three birth Hospital, Sunday afternoon parents, Mr Funeral Director Ambulance Service I

Iyer Meeting every Thursday Warship 11 a. m; Evangelistic -I Methodist ChurchThe dates were celebrated Sunday at Mrs. Rosa Plnholster believes in Rail.Mr.. of
[{ 7:30 o'clock Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone the home of Russell Green. Their keeping a good supply of meat on and Mrs. Bishop Myrick Our local funeral home enable ns to offer convenience an* ,
I First Gainesville were dinner guests of
I-L. 0. Hemingway, Pastor. welcome.' Methodist Church of hand, of services not otherwise available.
the
j families were present to enjoy so she helped a number
last
Stai'ke will hold its regular Sun Mr and Mrs. Robert Myrick .
occasion with them and also a few people with a hog killing at the
day morning church service In the Sunday. r'
friends. home of R. H. Green, Jr., Monday i'
I Starke Woman's Club at 11 o' I Mrs. Joe Thrasher of Daytona Mra. Robert Taylor and childrenof We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and

HEAR PASTOR BOB GRAY SUNDAY: I clock. Rev. T. G. Mitchell will Mlimlonary. BaptistA Beach vlsted her parent., Mr and Olustee visited her parents, the accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, /Issued by ANT
speak on the H. M. McRaes, last Friday.
attended
Thanksgiving
Theme. of
large crowd people Mrs. A, L. In part or In full on a funeral.
Crosby recently.HAMPTON company, as payment
Sermon Sunday 7:30 J. of
Night : "In Everything Give Thanks" The services Sunday morning Rev. and Mrs. O. Raulerson

I adult church school classes will and evening, conducted by Rev Jacksonville were visitors here on Consultation carries no obligation. '+,
i
likewise be hold in the Woman's Earl Willis, pastor. Everyone U Monday.'

lONE AGAINST A MULTITUDE" I Club while the youth and children's cordially !Invited to attend servlcei Mrs. Edna Glance returned last N

divisions meet In the Educational each Sunday. Friday after spending a few days }
I Building The Church School be By Mm. M. O. SweeneySKtrenth I with frlenda and relatives In Jack ,} } ,
gins at 9:45: A D[. Mr. and Mrs. H .E. Digham were sonville. .. ,

First Baptist Church, Hampton A Thanksgiving Musical program In Jacksonville on business Friday, Birthday >a
will be Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Vickery, Jr., at the school. She Is well liked by lR c ,
10 AM. Bible School 11 A.M. Morning Worship presented by the Honoring their daughter, Jose ,
visited al her clasfunates. Her favorite
three choirs of and children of Gainesville '
the Methodist phine, on her sixteenth birthday N
6:30
P.M. BT.C.here's .
: -
Green and Mr color Is light She wants to I I
Church In a special service to be Mr and Mrs. Earl anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Frank green. ,'
and Mrs. Ernest Edwards Sunday. be a nurse when she grows up ,
Welcome held Sunday evening, November Thomas gave a surprise party at
\ always awaiting
a warm 1
you. 19, at 7:30: o'clock In the Woman's Mr. and Mrs. H. O, Brown and their home last Thursday evenIng. She likes health best of all hrrstudies.

Club. The offering at the evening Mrs. Mary Green were in Starkeon A number of Hampton folks attended She takes an active part 3II
In bit Club work and represented
service will go Into the Organ Monday.Mr. the Art Exhibit of Mrs
Fund to provide an organ for the and Mrs Howard Walt visited Rachel Bryant Roberts at Waldo Hampton School at the Short
new church. The l la friends and relatives In Brooklyn Course In Tallahassee last year. Take Your Problems To Church '
public cordially on Saturday and Sunday.
Rev Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Invited to attend. N. Y., last week. They were She was recently elected. queen of
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Hogue of
home by Mr, Walt'sparents Homecoming. ,
accompanied
The Methodist Youth Fellowshipboth nenton Harbor, Mich., have been !
RST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke the Senior and Intermediate guests of Mr. and Mrs Gene BrItt This Week '

groups, will meet et 8:30: P. M In Mrs. Grover Moore and sons Mr and Mrs. G. W, Saxon and 11'f, '
pcfferson( & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town i the Educational building. Follow. Buford and Bryant, of Starke, visited Mr and Ben Saxon. They were

PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 ing the evening service the young Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott and enroute to Pompano Beach. tl HOTICi MILLIONS LEAVE THEM THERE ,1',

I people will enjoy a "FellowshipHour" Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis. Richard Johns has returned to \

In the Educational Building Reed Lewla of Starke visited his Hampton to live with his grandmother JmNIN ,,
SUXD.\ SERMONS11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.bf.
: :
; A Children's Hour Is conducted parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C Lewis,, hire Minnie Johns, after
Way School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15: P.M: I every Wednesday afternoon at last weekend. spending the past two years with PECANSWANTED This Nationwide, Non-Sectarian Movement ,;

[ IIID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P. M. 3:15: under the direction of Mrs :3.: Rev. Earl Willis and daughter,, his father, L. O. Johns, In Jack .

I R. Wainwright and Mrs. Titus Ol Mary, of Santa Fe, were dinner sonvirie, who has now re-entered f\'

son. All children are cordially invited and Mrs. N. C. Mott service and /la In California.
11 A.M.: : "A World Government Federation" I guests of Mr. Army "RELIGION in American Life"
Sunday Mrs. Mamie Mead left last week

7:30 P.M.: "Do You Love Me" Guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. C,, tor a visit In Brunswick, Ga, with

At The Tabernacle Mott last weekend were Mr. and her daughter, Mrs. Woodrow An appeal to every citizen to strengthen the foundations /, '

I Mrs. Hershel Layfleld and children Hicks. of religion in personal and community life sponsored .
A. Friendly Invitation From A Innovations in the Saturday of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs Frank Roark Is visiting relativesIn by a representative committee of outstanding American J.i' .

Friendly Church Is Extended To All I night Youth meeting at the Taber. Edgar Wilkinson of Starke, Mr Fig, N. C., before entering the Highest Prices I'aldCONTJL'T laymen and supported by 21 national religious bodies.
II nacle were the hvaband-and-wlte and Mrs. Jack Simmons and Army In December. :
I
duets sung during the service. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gray, Sr., '
Marshall Mott of Montloch.N. O Now being observed during the mo. of. November ,
These duets brought out some hidden C. Mott Is now employed at spent Saturday night and Sunday ;,ti

talents which proved that the Florida Farm Colony, Galnes- with Mr and Mrs. Robert Gray,

some of the members were hiding vita', as guard. Jr This Spare Sponsored By I! 'l<<
their lights. Mr. and Mra. G E. Mcintosh, i

An Illustrated poem and story Mrs. Brook Perryman of Galnes- Sr? and Mr. and Mrs W A. Saxon, R. L. ALVAREZAt SLADE GAS
vllle visited her son-in-law and !
formed a part of the :youth: meetIng who have been living for several aMPAN.on.!
I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott,
$500 and another Interesting Itemof weeks In Cedar Key, spent several State Farmers Market I,
a I last weekend. E. Call St. Starke F, 121
I the evening was the singing of days here this week. : ;
the tiny tots In choruses After Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thomas Miss June Recher of Jackson row

the meetng the group adjournedto I and sons attended a flirt fry at villa was the weekend guest of I .

i I the Prleoner-of-War Chapel Lochloosa Thursday, which was Miss Peggy Hlnson and attendedthe ,
+ +"
II I where each child was presentedwith sponsored by' Antioch Baptist Homecoming Football game In

I a bag of lovely imported I Church. Starke Friday night.

bends to be used In their Christmas Mlsn Iris Brown and Mrs. H/. E Miss Sylvia May had as her
Will Reserve AnyWay gift planning CoggIn and eon, Ronnie, of Jacksonville guest Tuesday of last week, Miss .R. ;. f HOW N'r

Two tine messages! were brought visited their parents, Mr Voncile Kelly of Starke. I

by'the Sponsor during the Sunday and Mrs H. O. Brown, and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall spent

services and special music render Mary Green Sunday afternoon. Sunday with friends In Georgia. J
l Washer 'I Mrs. O P. Hale and eon, Mallet '' I" "

tag I ed.A Thanksgiving Program Is be te and Mrs. Myrtle Scarboroughof Helical" NetsaBlxtynlne 3 minutes Wnn, MS can !t

ing prepared and the young people lake Butler visited their uncle of our pupils were In ;: /

I all well as older ones will partici I and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. O some religious service last Sunday .
Brown, and Mrs. Mary Green Sunday Mrs. Perkins carried a part of '
pate.
For Christmas On Our i afternoon.Mr. her class to visit the museum In : .;

Christian ChurchThere and Mrs. Sam Beasdale nf Gainesville/ !in the Beagle building! rf -SAVE yw I Ia ,
$((000
I Maryland visited her parents, Mr last Saturday Those on this ed \ 'v
,was a packed house at and Mrs. A. L. Crosby, recently ucational tour were: Billy Home .,I

the First Christian Church Sunday Mr and Mrs. Charles Rablt and John Rusha, Eddie, Hardman, Jay :x,

Convenient Lay-Away Plan morning. Help us keep this rec. : Mrs. Roy Howard of Jacksonville Alderman Shirley Jackson and .1 ,. o

ord by your presence every Sunday visited her mother, Mrs H. H/ Barbara Matchett. The children I

Bible School begins at 10 A. Howard, last weekend and attend were especially Interested In the 1

I Ii M. under the direction of Clyde ed services held at the Baptist Jlrds, the gnnd-lather clock and :; i ir
the Indian canoes
Colnon as superintendent. Thin Church here Sunday morning.
i Sunday's lesson being on Worship, Friends are sorry to learn that At the noon hour the group had .

I every church member should hear Mrs. C. A. Gay, G. W. Davis, Carol I lunch perched ron the high stool ,
Atkinson and J .V. Edwards are at Woolworth's
this lesson as It Is so Important In
I the life of a church. I' patients In Alachua County Hospital In the afternoon the group visIted

1Orly 1 Morning Worship at 11 A, b[. '' Gainesville. life Edwards II the Devil's Mill Hopper, which
I Lord's Supper 11:15: A M. has been there several days. II* Is a natural depression In the --

OnlyI Evening services begin at 6:30 Is much better We wish them al! ground about six miles from i iw
Gainesville. Billy Home, who had
Christian a speedy
P. ]M. with Endeavor under recovery.
the direction of Cecil Douglas. bit and Mrs. J. E. Hardy were revlously visited this interesting '

s $$5 Evangelistic services at 7:30: P. M. supper guests of her parents, Mr.', formation, acted as guide. Upon i

Our mid-week Prayer service and Mrs. O. W. Barry, Friday arrival the boys In the group raced
n I madly to the bottom of the I>Ait
are held Wednesday at 7:30: P. M. night. ls ,,.,,
OWn Down The public Is cordially Invited to Mr and Mrs. Jim Douglas of cavern but the girls remained 1 '
Gainesville and Mrs. Rafts Brownof safely on the brink under the pro
all of our services. Don't forgetto s ,
f '
High Springs visited Mr. and tecting arm of Mrs Perkins. .,
I i.1LL attend our Thanksgiving service A
Thursday Nov. 23 at 9:30: A. M. Mrs. L. A. Mott and children Sun Mrs. Perkins plans to carry an
other group of pupils on this
Swlndall Minister
Homer f
II day.Mr.. and Mrs. Elton Taylor and slghtseeng trip In the near future.
I
I CATHOLIC cirt'Rcn children of Worthington Springs 8th Grade IVrnonafitlraVirginia You could $' and
Sunday Mass 9:IS a.m. visited her mother Mrs Bannle Williamson Is the attractive pay ,000 more not get all

Suaday School 11 a.m. Mott. Sunday.Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs '

YOU DO is pay $5.00 down, a small regular I Week Day Mass 8:30: am. children. and visited Mrs. relatives O. J. Mott at and the W. W. Williamson of Hampton.She ., the extra room, ease of handling, famous '

day ls 14 old. five feet four
>
new MAYTAG[ WASHER will be reserved for at 7:45ClIl"RCn: Jack Hazen: attended the Geor Is very popular with her. classmates

you. gla-Flarlda football game at Jack especially boys. She Is the

OF COD lonvllle Saturday. I school reporter' and has been doing s
8th &: St. Clair Sta. Mr, and Mrs. R. F. Gano enjoyed very nice work. We all hope that TK, 5 IIIOBT minute with Dodge youll dlicover roominei

Sunday School 10 a.m. last week at Hawthorn and St. she will continue the fine work thai expensive can can't matc -head room, let{ room, B/ggsrYa/ds
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Augustine celebrating Mr Gano't I she has been doing. She likev ihoulder room a bigger car frufefo, yet a cu that a more
Sunday Evening' Service 7:30 p.m. annual vacation off duty as depot compact outsitl lot caster handling in baffle,cuter parking. DODGE i
health best of all her studies. She
Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m. agent. And compare tho riding imoothneu the new greaterviiibility .pp,
ELECTRIC SERVICE rsver E Meeting Thursday 7.30: p.m. i Pasco Mott and son and Elbert has a brother, Delmar Williamson. the road-hugging liability of Dodge with can _. ti"s'w..r.
r Mott of Gainesville visited their I In the tenth trade of the Bradford coating much, much morel Come In today See how you w w.-r Mrw.r
High School, who plays the flute can lave with today's bigger value Dodge."Sbowttme '
Gl1ESEAST parent, Mr. and'Mr... S. M. Mott .
!In the band.Margaret

& SUPPLY Saturday.Mrji. Marie Walters and children Hersey. the lovely 14- ,

RELIEF. of New York Is here on an irear-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. U.S.A."-The Grr t+'et Show on TelevUioa- you Newspaper forTtma Station '

t.. extended visit with her parents, Clyde Hersey. Is five feet four
Csn St. J. R. Kite, Owner Starke, Florida wh.n COLDMISCRJUSTMIU Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby. Inches tall and weighs 118 pounds. J. Pe ROBERTS MOTORS 600 "

J John PinhoUter wu in Galnes- She Is secretary of the class club Temple Ave. ir i ii

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J 5 0 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. ,

TAE EIUIIT ____u_ --=. NOl'FSmiQ 11r
I' the approximate amount of call at the armory for further details -
------ Fra kavjenndr-b
on the advantage of beinga p.
Announces 400000.
Strout -w'--w---L Alt's
Midget LeagueTo S National Guardsman. Gn pit ytarXDoIs .
TransfersThe 11Florida
.
Realty National Clrealt '
In the 'our
"Scholarships"
Estate E N 't;. ,p Guard School system are being FlorMai!. dux-alt In Court.Chancery.Olnrtyn D.a..4. eo.'r. Robert .r Ie t ha r.BMlhq;'
Real
E. A. Strout Begin Play who enlist In Ohrhach Uoldnpper' Plain' Mlnnlo IIr Hro"ne....II,'
Agency has made the following offered to civilians tiff, vs. Adolph Qoldapper Defend nn".r )'
estate transfers recently: the National Guard. Recruit ant, Caaa No. 8181 Order or PhbU.nu" C...
real .
thus assured Order o' PnMli-atlnn And N..,... .r. s.. ,
service are Te JUonle U't
The R. A. Weeks house and lot Yt without prior I ..Pp.... .rATH OK" FLORIDA TO' Rr..nn I..: or PtOXand '
Denver R. For ChampionshipA. course of Instruction at '' aUdres. rho
on South St. W. to a Adolph Qoldapper, whOHe residence You ''kn :t
Devrlck of the Farm, Home and any Service School after a year's and address Im, 700 W 171ml Street Del..ni'3't UI a
1 1.
150
National Guard New York City, New York I .Homed. i- III
enlistment, the "It.
Auto Supply. J. Thomas Jr. American You are required to appear on plaintiff 9d I a ...tb
The Barney Andrews' 40 acres, 4 it Bureau announced recently December 18th 1950, In the above County TwleirrMnv" r,t
Legion commander, announces 7 narnnil. Court and anezrsDn ) lt[
e will govern the cauie wherein r III 1! PHIiorrt'cSl
han
An quota lW i
station and grocery open '
farm, gas that the Junior Legion Midget. r 'tP 1 c plaintiff perks divorce & restoration Itnes. "n rat .
tore on the Brooker Highway, of operation of the training program of maiden name. Bradford Starke" }o'I..rlda"R"d tndjry* Ir'
of best two
J. Splngler will play a series the remainder of this fiscal County Telegraph shall pubtlvh this !, hh X
during
Rt. 18 to Lawrence three games for the championshipon GAigt Order In next four weekly IHIIU S.WltneuM I SEAL
't. and next the announce- A
of N.Y. year year my hand and official A. I
teal Clerk
and Wednes- f
Monday, Tuesday at 8tark, Florida, this November i Ry o<&
8tld.Waiver .
ment /
The E .C. Long 100 acre farm day November 27, 28, 29. lath 1IIBOOFFICIAL. T. Frank LanArulm I.PUl'
Brooker to Howard W. Walt of of the one year enlistment ( ) 11.. Attye, for Pit 8tarh.
Mr. Thomas ;would also like to t be granted a civilian As Clerk of said Court II';
may By Haven Crosby an Clnnlt c....;; ;
Deputy Clerk
the Legion's appreciationto .
N.Y.The Paul Rosier, Heilbronn\ express qualifier to fill a critical MOS as- ''1'. Frank 1-anrtrum, Btarke. Florida Herbert l each.,. .
farm to Mrs. Sarah I Carl Johns and B. T. Thomas signment because M his civilian AttyH. for I'Jf. 1117| 4t 1218| Lulls ) grlftln. PI"n'
32 acre Ol.'tfln'
Springs and the City of Starke for the use the com- C.-o.: OefesdaRtOrder
'I.
Mo. occupation, provided ClTfmlt .
Baugh of St. Louis Coumtr. C,..,
of their trucks In building the of the local unit certifies F'orld.1 Ckanrerr of PnAllratlen.. ,
mander 1
Blanchard D. Law house .. Annear. .a l
The Ball Field on the Fred Hanarn Plaintiff, v. Grape M.r"'It: up.
Clark St. to Mr. and new Midget that he believes the man can con- Hansen Defendant. Case No. 8180 Lillian Orlrrin ahr.. PI.OR!
and lot on ,.. "'Id,
Pratt Street city park property.The while Order .( P.blleatloa Aad Nollre T. .d"re I. In 'R",
soldier
himself JI
of Starke. duct as a Y
Anthony .. Atlantic r
.
Mrs. Harry City,
I Is used now foi A. BTATH OF FLORIDA TOl Now JersDecmbersiRth
being
park of doIng .. '
learning the military way Grace Hanaen, who residence and I
practice games and will be used address' In (Jnknown: I ,. 19p!( 'PI.
his civilian Job. rxunamed tE
Turkey Shoot next for regularly scheduled You are required to appear on Court and. e,
summer Learning new skills and Improving December 18th I860, in the plaintiff' seeks dlvnrr,..
Edward abovenamed
SENIOR MIDGETS First row left to right, Mygerl Clark, Aaplnwall, J. kop"loUaI08. Sutton, Court County T..I"lfraph
midget games.In and cause. whereinplaintiff hall\
Harley Strong and Claude Rowe Akridge Kopelousos, Edgar Akrldgr, Stefanelll. Eaves. Second row Bule, Blade, Reddish, Davis, Gill, old ones were pointedout aeeks dlvorre. Bradford Order ''n n.xt f,,'ii'' wehlr Duu

will hold a turkey shoot at 1 Reddish last won week's from practice Kopelousosthree game Forynthe. Third tows Van Alstlne Ferguson Manning, Crosby Iloag, Newcomb, Rapp, Elder, Newman as Increase advantages their to civilian help earn recruits Order County In Telegraph next four Khali weekly publish.luauen this i. at 15th.Wltne I'ItRrk.' ,my Florid hand, ant'his off r!,

p.m. on November 25 Just across to two. The pitching of Clark. Top row Wiggins, Douglas, Hicks Woodward, Bowers. GUsnon, Stokes Warren. ing power. atWStarkmFloridaathisfNovemq. r (OFFICIAL 1'50. REAL AKOCH'S. I.

the concrete bridge on new McRae for Reddish, and Akridge S Iftin, 1950.OFFICIAL, Tly Nov.A.,. 'CI..k of t .11
.
( SEt: --.b' 1'1.,
.
A..T.
Thorn e
Blanding road. The birds will tor Kopelousos was outstandingThe the T. Frank I.Rnd'ur
.. New regulations require As Clerk of said Court ALlY" for Ohe.
average 10 to 12 pounds, and .22 fielding of both clubs was ex : written consent of parents or 11Io: J'lf II:

calibre rifles will be used. ceptlonal.In guardian before enlistment of 17-

the Baby Midget League two J year-olda without parental consent

W.C.T.U. games were played, each team and conforms to policy prevailing -
.
winning one. !II! in the regular services. !

THE TIME WILL COME In the Championship Series, be Since many Guard commanders

WilES URIING AFTER ginning Monday, November 27 have normally refused appli- Drug Department Sto

IHtlMUNOILL BE 1'LACKD rorocle Chevrolet will play Noegel cants whQ did not have parental

IN THE SAME CATEGORY Auto Sales In the first game and approval, no appreciable effect' ,- STARKE'S BUYING CENTER-.}
WITH CAHKYIVO C'ONTEALKD opelousos-Alvarez will play upon Guard enlistment under

WRAPONX' ROBBERY INCENDIARISM. /-.Thomas-Reddltih In the second these new orders is expected.

AND OTHER MISDEMEANORS game starting at 7:15: p.m. '. Under existing law and regulations SANTA'S
.
ABOUT WHICH all members of the Na-
TI1E15E IS! ABSOLUTELY NO tional Guard are permitted to
Thanksgiving Appeal
(JUI>iTION IN THE I'l'HLIC OR serve with the Guard In lieu of Bargain Counter

OFFICIAL lHISU.TR'F.RIRioi. By Children's Home .... '. being called by Selective Serviceas

INSITKANCECOMPANY. long as they satisfactorily per Everything .
Everybody In Florida--every form their military duties with the
(Qt'UTF.U IN t'LU'UD.GOOD reader of this article- -Is being urgd Guard.
to respond generously to the 50c & $I LOO
NEWS.
) special annual Thanksgiving appeal .,. All qualified men are urged tcCARPENTER'S

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> now being sent out by the ., _.... ; Come in and have Fun!
Children's Home Society of Florida -
I'
generally spoken of everywhere I "BIG VALUES"
a. "Florida' Greatest Charity." ..

POLICY Contributions of money, foodstuffs ,.... .... .. .. .. .. ...m.I ..-' .. PRESCRIPTION


wearables of every of every kind, kind and children's and size JUNIOR MIIKJKTS: First rOlv. left to right Mascot Ilalnes, It. Sapp Cooper, Haines, Hobbs, Lee, Mills. PHARMACISTS I $$$$ Christmas I SAl

r. will be gladly welcomed. All I Second row Dyal Smith Brown, GUI Ullllaiim, Hicks, O'Hara. Third row: "P-40" Brown Hazen, Bennett I Special s

moneys should be, sent to R. V. W. Sapp, llelntz. Top row Struth Akridge, Harrington, H. Brown, King McRae.
___ _____
) a CovIngton, Treasurer, 1649 Osceola n 1lb. Box Candy 79c
;,1 Street, Jacksonville who has served Rebirth Of Self Reliance Is StressedBy ahead.It .
in this capacity for over 45 took the Federal census to 5lb. Box of Candy 2.59
lie At Armistice
years. All other articles oUiet Speaker Program HereThe point up the fact that Florida ha

than cash should be sent to one ofthe jumped 46.1 per cent in numbers Xmas Tags - 5c Flash Light.-..
trend of present-day citi About 1500( school children fine1
Society's Receiving Homes at during the past 10 years for a
zens to depend on governmental townspeople were on hand for the Pkg. Seals-------5c
Bill
acksonvllle, Lakeland, Pensacola population today of 2,771,305. Fold59c
Nin subsidy for almost everything was program. The address by Mr.
or Miami. Specifically, during the last decade -
Information relating to the adoption deplored by Jess Davis, of Gaines Davis climaxed the program' after an average ;of 1,172 out-ot- -- Tags 'n Seals - 5c Football - 98c|
ville. Past Department Comman- the Invocation, given at 10:38: by
of homeless children will staters became permanent real ON-THE-MINIT SERVICE
er of the American Legion, In the Post S. E. ,
Chaplain Sparks was
be) gladly given by the long-time :dents of Florida every week. The PHONE Brush &,Comb Set 98cGirls'
address delivered observance of
principal as part followed by one
at the State
State Superintendent, Marcus C figure was arrived by
of the Armistice-day ceremonies minute of silence at 11:00: a.m. and Chamber of Commerce research Day 64 Night
"Daddy" Fagg, who has served -
over 85,000 homeless, orphan and held at Memorial Stadium last the sounding of "Taps" by the division In cooperation with the r Plastic Dresser Set . .

needy children during the past 4C Friday morning. bugler. U. S. Census Bureau.
case of I years. Stressing the value of individual 'The 42-plece Bradford County I This Influx is apart from the Nut Cracker Set 39c

The Children's Home Society if Initiative to the building of per I High School Band provided martial millions of tourists who visit the The TelegraphIs .

Accident. Your State-wide non-sectarian and If sonal character and national music for the program; under the resort sectors every year and return 3-pc. Pen &, Pencil Set . .
supported entirely by voluntary strength, Mr. Davis outlined the direction of Carl Roberta, Bandmaster home. Whether the new residents HeadquartersFor

best friend contributions; no support being re- American Legion youth program, come by airliner, trailer or

an ing received from either the Stateor mentioning the Florida Boys' W. M. Scruggs Jr., Past District sidecar motorcycle, they are causIng Office Needs Musical Powder Box $3.98
Federal government. Your aid State, American Legion Junior a constantly-expanding mar- '

Accident Policy Is urgently needed right now. Baseball, and annual Scholastic Commander of the American Legion ket and Industry within the State Toy Baby Grand Pianos $$2j
honor awards as examples of char. serving as Master of Ceremonies business observers say.

} CARD OF THANKS after building projects sponsored Introduced Mr. Davis, A.
Charley E. Johns
We wish to extend thanks to our I by the Legion. J. Thomas, Jr.:, Commander, American Drivers Licenses
AgencyPhone The rebirth of selfreliancethe -- LegIon Post B6, A. L. XMAS CARD
friends
for their
IS STARKE FLA. many condolences ability of men'to stand on their Crosby, Jr.. Past Comdr., Post 86, Show Good GainSale

and expressions of kind- own feet-Davis said is needed to Ray Stone Vice Comdr., Johnny

ness during the Illness and death prevent the loss of our American Godwin Post Adjutant and S E. of 19SO-S1 driver's licenses zt4';:
In Bradford country totaled 4.300 ;; WITH $
i. of our husband and father, O. H. freedoms. Sparks Post Chaplain.September .
this week, compared to 4,150
..,.... B..nnett.-Mrs. G. H. Bennett, 1 1COME lUYITENAlIE
sold by this time last year, a net
Stanley Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. CigaretteTax
Mepreeentlni THE TRAVELERS. Hertford. gain of 150 for the year.
R. H. Boree.WE'RE FREE
-- J Total $2,389Starke's

Recent Births
share of the state cigarette .

FUSSYt tax collections for September SPE.YCEK CHEWS, JR. t
IN and USE OUR LAY AWAY PL.\
totaled 238989.
I This was Mr. and Mrs. William Spencer

i i AS TO QUALITY Dear Mr. Matthews: several hundred less than the Crews of the State Farm an- Get Your 1951
r Please permit me, on behalf of August payment of J2.83SCD. : nounce the birth of a son, William ,

'NONE BUTFRYERS the sponsoring organizations, to I Payments to cities under the Spencer Crews, Jr., In Alachua Desk Calendar Now Once your doctor has written your prescription
congratulate you upon and thank new law began last November and County Hospital on November 9. I depends on the pharmacist for accurate compound!

THE. BEST you for the fine editorial "Vote during the 11-month period Starke Before her marriage Mrs. Crews ,__:.__ That's where we come in. Every prescription brought
ry for Juvenile Court Amendment"and has received a total of
J27.023.39 was Miss Helen Whitfleld.
us is filled with scientific accuracy-with the best i q)
FOR YOU the j cartoon:: "Giving him the September payments to other Bases 50c I
/ run-arouhd" In the October 2C municipalities In this area were as JOYCE KAY BOONE up ity drugs. Bring your next prescription to us!-orP1"""

SAY WE. issue of Uie Telegraph. follows: Bropker J114.66; Hamp- Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Boone of Pads 59c 53.

Of all the articles, editorials, ton J114.19; Lawtey. 272.84; Keystone Jackson, Tenn., announce the up

and news stories I have seen on Heights, $171.53; Lake Butler birth of a daughter Joyce Ray -
:-
()N I the proposed amendment, to my $639.80 on Thursday November 9. Mrs.

i mind yours most clearly presents Boone was the former Dorothy

ova what we are trying to get over to Pfc. H. L. Starling White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bradford County DRUG STOR
_
1I. our viously fellow-citizens.exceptionally You Informed are ob- At Camp Lejeune O.V, White of Starke. K 0 C H FREE DELIVERY

, about the whole problem of ju- I ADDRESSESOF
venile delinquency and able tc Pfc. Henry Lee Starling, Rt. 2. Telegraph Night 2 3 3tt 3-
Starke, has been assigned to active INTERESTThe I Phone 53
It in
present a highly superior
D&D lb. 39c duty by the Marines and transfer
----a- way.We red to following renewal and
are most grateful to you. Camp Lejeune, N. C., home new
Sincerely, yours, base of the Second Marine DIvision change of addresses received by
for the Telegraph will be of Interest to

RICE 3 Ib. 29c Roger Florida W.Bar Waybrlght Committee Chm.on:, A former duty.student of Clay High readeril { {frU {fcrfrfr {r {r {r {r {r {t {r {r {r {t"
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Juvenile Delinquency School, Green Cove Springs, Starling Harold A. Johnson RMN2. USS -

SOS Law Exchange Bldg. served two and one-half years I George, D. E.' 697, care FPO, San:

Jacksonville, Florida. with the Marines during World ;Diego Calif.NATIONAL. AUTO S-T-R-E-T-C-H YOUR

CHEESE round Ib. 39c War It. He Is married to the former -
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Dear Editor
: ASSOCIATE
Irene Melvin, and they have GUARD
I How easy it could be for Bradford one child Billy, 4. Prior to his recall -
County to become a ghost to active duty, he was em NEWS NOTES STORE CHRISTMAS MONEY
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town.
Coffee Delmonte 69c ployed by the Oceanic Corp of .
Local Guardsmen will be train-
per can It seems a pity that such a few Tampa. .
people 'can nin a county.A ed on a stepped-up schedule next Shop Now! Use Our Easy Pay Plan!
few weeks ago a propositionwas year according to a recent an-

put up to our County Commissioners Newcomers Arriving nouncement by the Adjutant

MILK Kim - 3 f for 25c to take over the North In Florida At Rate General of Florida.
SPECIAL
Florida Clinic at Starke and run It The usual two-weeks summer SPECIAL '

as a county hospital. They turned .Of 1,000 Per WeekMore field training period will be Increased

About It dawn.25 the than 1.000 people a week to thrt'e weeks and In
of
ONIONS 3 lb. lOc percent people
- - the addition about six: week-end train-
of Bradford County work in Brad. are kicking dust of other }
ing period. at Camp BlandIng will
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for County, but when they need '. States off their shoes and coming r
be required of the Qutrdsmen be-
to Florida to live.
doctor and have to go to a hospital
or to do the largest portion of They're people from New England tween .the first of January and
LARD 3 lb. Jar Pure 65cSTARLING'S
of
the
beginning the field
- the mid-Atlantic summer
their: shopping they go outside of States and '
the: county in which they earn their points West and South who've de- training period. The Guardsmenwill 18" MA.MA DOlL Big 16/ M; h'j j ol Genuine Bother'

livelihood. cided to make the "big mov." The receive the usual rate of pay jo-To-5lecp Eyes SPEED RACER TWIN MOtSTW $ .T

Now, If the other 75: percent of season doesn't seem to matter. for all additional training. 3.29 _" 1.77
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the people who really want this November to June they're rolling local'Guard __ ___ ---ed-. 2v4
to
hospital to remain would live and In, bent on setting up homes ID The unit wilt"not Cute plastic head. waahabl. goes Tiara far. extra few Beautifully deco SmokY '"
spend their earnings in the countyIn city suburb or pine thicket and schedule and drills for the rUbber arms and I leslla All metal. brlghuy.colortd. Rodeo book pistol included .
'' ''. comic
,
Christmas .
which they are employed, what calling themselves Flortdlans. Holidays.The -

would happen--I. don't have tc They are swiftly becoming recognized pay period (quarter) for -USE OUR LAY AJVAY PLAN-

O..T AMC say.I. as the "solid citizen" aspect the local unit, covering drill pay
Ol 1 tat do hope and pray for the welfare of Florida's new economy for September October and November Western Auto

of these people that something They have made the Stat.per.. ends on the 30th of November Associate Store

will happen to keep this hospital centag wise-the 'fastest growingcommonwealth quarterly pay Is expected HOME OWNED and OPERATED J. .. JAUDOX

In Starke. east of the Rockies Just prior to Christmas in West
k" -Al Griffiths. Only California and Arizona are Call Street Starke, Fla.






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