Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 24, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03091
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igures To Starke Grade Crossing Crashes Claim Lives 1;

of the greatest galaxies of Florida sports figures

One assemble in the state will gather in Starke next Wed-

L I for a "Sports Memorial Day" conceived and promoted Of Four In Bradford County This Week "

i/rb/ Thomas, this city's chief claim to fame in the sports

II and current director of the American Legion's Junior

,I fidget, Baseball League programs.:
: : next Wednesday will ;
around two great figures EARLY ISSUEAt One Brother Missing! Monev,1

rUdom Zach Taylor,'man.f present it is planned to Issue

I the St Louis Browns and the Telegraph one day earlier next

, pt'z 20-vear major league week In order to have a special Killed Another Recovered
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rand currently manager welcoming Ixsue for the notable
Cleveland Indians. Both sports figures who will be here

re nativ, Florldians. Tay- on Wednesday November 29 for Seriously HurtOne In Lav/tev DitchA '

|ti bon n Yulee and now bration.the Sports Memorial Day cele ,

.n. ni! legal residence In I
Lopez first saw the All correspondents and persons cloth sack containing-
o with church and club notices' man lost his life and
"of day i Ybor City. almost $700 was found in a
etc., are asked to another
get their ma- miraculously lived
whoso Interest In sport railroad ditch at Law
In not later than Tuesday. through a
athletes is aegend grade-crossing
.dding young Tuesday afternoon, a
I invited the national death-trap in Starke early pumping crew worked a day

des here to witness, the Legion will also be on hand since Tuesday morning bringing to and a half to retrieve i it.
of the Midget baseball tour- the event Is being sponsored jointly the number of grade- The money''' was lost when

ulch will be played here by local Post 56 and the Cityof crossing fatalities in Bradford 1 UM i' Richard Bennett his wife

day< night, Starke. Among those expectedare I County this week. l Lizzie Bennett, and Walter

[or, whose speech at thec State Commander Don Carroll, Smith S. Beaven, 61, of Route 4. l ld''a11.W Griffis, all of Lawtey were
Held preceding the double- Area Commander Madison Koontz I Enid. Okla. was killed Instantly, ii killed in a grade crossing accident -

r, will be a highl'ght of the District Commander Sigsbee 'but his brother. James W. Beaven. last Saturday.

activities Is noted for his Prince; Bill Hardaker, state chairman 60. Kansas City Mo, escaped h y ., Search for the money began

it t In developing young balls of Legion baseball and with three broken ribs and num- ___ 9r_ ..___alt when it was still missing afterMrs.
Before his retirement he Frank Reyes, area chairman of erous minor cuts and bruises when from. Bennett's the ditch body was pulled! i
Saturday night.
major league catcher for Legion baseball.A their truck was demolished at It
ws established that she had
loston Braves New Tork special guest will be Everett a Seaboard grade crossing on ONE MAX DIED; ONE WALKED AWAY as the truck in which t been
Madison carrying: money at the)
and Chicago Cubs. Loadholtz, Bradford County war Avenue. they were riding was struck by afaat* northbound Seaboard Air Line time of the accident, but "extensive

ddillon to the big-time base- veteran, who has the distinctionof Dr. H H. Adams, who attended freight early Tuesday morning. These pictures show part of the results march of the railroad I

inagers, Sports Memorial winning nine battle stars in the Injured man, said that after an shattered rl grade and the banks of the
calm of this
of the collision which an early morning "
eats will include Frankt World War n. examination and X-rays. James ditch had failed to uncover It. t
,, executive assistant to Another well-known sports figure was transferred to the Alachua.8EABO.Um peaceful city. In the top photo at' left can "be seen one of the two .ii; The three occupants) were m.+op

or Fuller Warren, who will .will also be on hand: Judge E Shetland show ponies killed inn the: accident and also the' rlcht'r ar killed.'Instantly and the car was

|ai master of ceremonies at' K. Perryman former major league wheels of the truck. The sluiple;\kite sheet laid over the battered completely demolished by the i TUi,
pre-game barbecue ,In the pitcher of the St. Louis Browns. Impact of the speeding passen-. MJ
afeterlar and Edgar Jones: A, sumptlous barbecue supper SUIT SETTLED and.mangled body of Smith S.I Beaven shown in Inset: bean grim r

the University of Florida I will be served In the school cafe- OUT OF COURTA witness to the tragedy while at right Is the pile of rubble collected s. # NARROW ESCAPEHere's / t,

greats and currently serv- teria beginning 5 p. m.. for all $100,000 suit against theSeaboard from along the tracks almost In the downtown section of Starke. People Pq.t I''

Gator-, Bowl Chairman. visiting sports figures, players on Air Line Railroad milled around the scene most olf the day. one grade crossing a-
ured during the afternoon the Legion baseball teams and the brought Went that DIDN'T occur-not .'
by Mrs
a reunion of all surviving Bradford'' High Tornado football Kuhn mother of Catherine M. In photo at right A. H., !Harley, Jr., isuslng an acetylene torch to quite. '
Ronald Q.
|>n of the old Duval High squad Post 56 Commander A. J Hunt 17', who wa killed last cut the twisted thesis of the wrecked truck so that it can be moved About five year ago. Mm.Etale ,

football team, national Thomas ,Jr.,. states that all Legionnaire .. December 29 on the same crooning safely .(Photos at top by Tony Stivvns; one at right by Staff photographer Bennett, ughter-ln-law "1
of the .
ions of 1920-21 sndproU who present 1951 memo woman who lout her We-
id the greatest high schoolever : bership cards .will be admitted to where, took Tuseday's! fatal accident Trent Rogers.) !i .... Saturday: started acres that'I

produced In Florida. the barbecue without charge. All out of court place this week was settled It was 0d track 'from behind. a string ofcoats :' ,

iriti'members. Frank Ooster- others?, and'members of the gen learned by the Telegraph f v .' parked on the siding at1''Lawtey }
all-state end In 1921)), now eral public who wish to attend will yesterday. Suddenly.finding herself -

In Lake City, Will p attend' be" admitted by ticket only at a In her bill of complaint Mrs. .ONE Two '. TIIREEJ.!. FOUR. .. FIVE six' between two oncoming r \
his son, ''Sam, 'who 1* of train;: approaching from opporkite
ring charge 150. Kuhn alleged that the train was SEVEN. EIGIIT.: .1 NINE TEN't I
*tt dtantions, *h.. attempted 'v '
right with ( '
i halfback At a meeting held here Monday ,operated "carelessly MM/aegli*. ; tcr.tttV.c.rIta.r.rt' i *"1 \
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LastIUday's triple'aged brought, the
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y tezhawX W*A. lshp7 TrS;;;chslr... gf'ntly.'II' ,*: ,
member of this historic I !ag elect to ten persons who have been killed at grade crossing accidents the track. The w41eN.-of, herear
.. man of the City was An old city. ordinance, \\hlrb8l'Pa..ntly became
Ion. within half a mile of the awtey railway stationin WNeed"tbe ;
ed to> serve with Herb Thomas as bus n."t'rn repealed -
slated to be here mem- 'recent track and some otml ruction and
are co-chairman of general ,arrangements limits trains to a speedof years. "I
f the 1934 Palatka Azaleas for the day's events.General 20 miles' PIT hour while panning In the same period of time, at least five have been she car hastily to climbed out of the
|33S St. Augustine Saints killed in similar accidents in Starke.A safety, the train
of the occasion through the corporate limit -
purpose smashed Into the vehicle, and
>:ate championship teams. I I III to honor)f& outstanding athletesof of the City of Starke. total of 15 or more deaths In such a short periodof oarrlexl for conltld"fl'bJe'd.118-
:is editors from some of the a !
time leads to the conclusion that SOMETHING is
Florida, Thomas fxplalned 7arh H. Douglas of Jacknonllle tance down the track
leading newspapers haven Others who have been invited but \ one of the attorneys for wrong. Either the system of crossing signals the e e '. (\
the spirit of the occasion Mrs. Kuhn wild that speed at which trains through these communities
bifled their Intention to be have nqt yet definitely acceptedare yesterday pass About It years ago Wayne i
|rke for Wednesday's festiv- : Bill Terry, Flip Rosen. Doris the amount of the .settlement or the failure of automobile drivers to observe necessary: Itonnelt; U-monlhlMlld.. of

Among these Arnold Hart/ Catharine Rawls, NewtorPen'y. was $4,000.The precautions.I'erhaps'all, Troy Bennett and nephew of
'rock! of the Florida Times- Herb Dudley Eddy Moore Hunt youth was' killed three, or even more factors are contributing one of last ww'k's. Ictlmft, wan-

Joe Livingston of the Jack Coach Woodruff and staff. Coach when the mortorcycle he wa agents to this appaling series of tragedies.' Onlyan dared Into the path of a Hpeeid- "

ie I Journal Pete Norton of ',Don Veller and staff //'Stuffy" riding collided with the southbound exhaustive research would disclose just who or >1 '; f/>:!" Ing train Just a short distance {
Stewart, Lance Rlchburg "Hutch" Orange Blosmxn Special Is to blame. from lust week's fatal accident.
mpa Tribune Bev. Baker of TANGLED IAS.' O.V HTKEINI JUNK I Is all that re- ;
:atka News and H.J..Latthe Boney and Jimmy Bloodworth. about 10 a. m. Upon the basis of information now in our the Nash automobile In which three lives were snuffed out Although not killed Imtantly, ti

Palatka Tlme"Herald.1al The crack BHS Band will be out Telegraph would make no attempt to fix the Seaboard train tie only lived five month .'
passenger Saturday night near Law.
< Invitation In full regalia to add to the colorful ty for these accidents. We do submit tjo,
has been unnecessary
ex- and Mrs Richard Bennett, and Mrs. Bennett' uncle Walter :>!'
to John (Red) Davie- for- program and will also be General Hospital in Gainesville, ever that the situation warrants most careful ot Lawtey died instantly as the speeding train hurtled the ger train. ?'

of Lake City and now pub. guest at the barbecue. for observation the part of all parties concerned, 'so that this the crossing and Into the water-filled ditch, for a distance of The bodies were thrown clearof

rector for the University of Coach Thomas states that pre Enroute to Miami with seven slaughter will be stopped. feet Debris was strewn for about BOO feet along the track.Telel'raph the wreckage one of them a j
MS, who originated the All- llmlnary games In the Midget distance of about 120 feet from
Shetland ponies James Beaven, ( Staff photo by Trent Rogers)
rn Prep Team tournament will be played Monday the
Idea. driver of the truck drove onto point of Impact. "
li officials In the American night beginning at 7:15.: the double-track crossing, ,and Derbis of the wrecked automobile .
was caught on the second track Tornadoes Bow To Ketterlinus ; Red Cross Workers Of 3 Counties, was scattered for COO e'

by a fast northbound freight.An feet down the track. Mrs. Ben. .
$ Your Windshield Wiper Working? Leaders' Conference Here Last.Week nett's body was naked except .

t Spot-Check Man May Want To Know 22 who eyewitness lives at, Arnell 101 Lafayette Ellison Final Game With Green Cove from three Woman's Club, and carried ex- was for one pulled stocking from the when she
waistdeepwater -
said that the truck an I counties attended the planatory and little ;
Street notes
ty Inspections by the Flor- live outside the state, It was pointed .. In the ditch. -
old Chevrolet approached the Cross meeting here from Denmark. Belgium, France
out. The BHS Tornadoes went downIn all. In the first Her clothes had been torn off
trol quarter,
being staged on a track slowly about eight or 10 / November 15, to plan Czechoslovakia Germany. the Car.
check' When a driver Is stopped by a defeat at St. Augustine last Ing kickoff Prevatt .. for the -some persona speculated that
basis in Bradfordand miles hour, as a southbound coming ollne Islands Okinawa Borneo,
I highway patrolman for one of per Friday for their third loss of the his 30 handed off to her clothe: may have been
all over the state ac- unsafe passenger train went by. and Ketterlinus Yellow fumbled when and numerous other places caught by the
pot safety checks any season when the hit hard on Sewell. Chairman of the wreckage and
K to Highway patrol source. features of the driver's automobile then rolled onto the crossing Jackets unpended them 19-0. 33 yard line The County chapter of JRC Mrs. Thomas R, Lewis St. Augustine ripped off as her body was i}'

from time to time as an are checked on a "CorrectionCard. Elllxon said that the blinker Bradford played on even terms to move by passing, but the group to Starke, translated for the groupa thrown clear.

"t prevention measure, in- ." Unsafe features of an I'I'I lights were not working while the with the St. Augustine boys for get the necessary yardage Ula Butch, from the German-language old letter from a W Ik Yarborough who lives
'" of automobiles in the automobile *o checked must be passenger train crossed, but that the first half but. lagged In the Tornadoes took over Area Red Cross of. Alfreda 10-year German girl named about a quarter of a mile from
includes I within 48 hours and they began blinking Just as the third quarter when the Jackets own 30. The Tornadoes presided over the which offered the grade crossing, was first to
a check the corrected
,on thanks for
of op- "Correction Card" mailed In truck moved onto the crossing .scored their first touchdown. On play and fumbled again, in the Woman's Club a gift from America, reach the scene after the acci-
and foot the
. emergency I headquarters The driver wall practically on the the kickoff after the first score etc recovering again on and mentioned that she was sending dent. He called Dick Thomas,
windshield Patrol
wiper dim to Highway to'' track when the train whistle blew, Bradford fumbled on Its own 29 32. of one In return.Hospitality Lawtey marshal], and Thomas
Failure series In
lag one
lights, tall light and ; Indicated on the card. he said. Ellison who works at yard line with Ketterlinus ''recovering a for the out-of-town called Sheriff P. D, Reddish.
this will result time the the JRC adult leaders
I comply ,with law on the Coca Cola plant near the and this set up the second a stout defense and took to hep organize a un- guests was arranged by Mr. Swell ,,- T. T. Blackburn, living directly .
'Wltlon! driver's licenses are I In a fine or penalty. crossing was waiting for the plant scoring chance for the winner. on their own 24 yard of action for provid and Mrs. W R. Morse who across the highway from the 'I

,the once-over both to...eee I Driver. found without license or to open and saw the accident from St. Augustine made Its final tal- there they got going. article for hospitals were assisted by Mrs. Edward crossing, beard the accident but '

driver questioned has and proper license must post bond In start to finish he said. ly on the first play of the forth gained five yards Carl 8)k'! service hospitals and Burns. did not see It, he said.

further that- hi. II. I the amount of $25. In event of The truck was dragged by the period Watson going over, from ploded for 24 more hospitals. Bradford County JRC members Warren Bishop, whose home Is ,

'"'s 'lie proper one. Drivers trial!, the fine assessed may amount train for a distance of about a the one yard line. other eight. Bennett of the type of ar I taking part-In the meeting were on the off side of the track. front

"n their living In the state I to this much or more depending block and a half before coming tfl sTATisru'e Johns three again, I desired Miss BUtch W. B. Sewell Acting Chairman, the highway remarked to his ,
aired to carry Florida drlv- 'upon the offense and circum a stop. The dead man was bat. sue KtT'J' Tornadoes on Ketterlinus' writing portfolios In-I I Mrs. Ruth S. Morse Home Ser- wife that he heard an odd
'nae, F'rot' downs a J4 .. vice Secretary Mrs. Edward sound outside but upon investigation -
even though they may stance.Service tered to an unrecognizable pulp. Yards, rushing lit 111 line. The Tornadoes ran *, party favors table I
I but his brother on the off-side Yards. passim' 0" steam though: and Johns for recreation rooms, I!Burns Ifome Service Chairman. saw nothing unusual and
---- ___ I lessee rompl.t.d 0 II Mrs. Mattie Gahagan. Home heard only the roar of the train.
from the Impact., remamea canscious Passes In..mpl.C. ''1Pries. S out of bounds on the 18 crossword< puzzles, and Service
and was able to move under intere.ptld by t 1 lot' Ketterlinus. The first which can be made Committee, Mr. Joe Wilson He went back inside the house

his own power to get onto the Own"' fumble. .0. e aPnnunlr I ended with Bradford In in manual arts course Mrs. Mae Dlrklns, Mrs. Bertha 'and in a few moment., Willie

ambulance stretcher.The av. U 10 i i of the ball on their own Pearce Mrs. W 1(. Nollman. Mrs. Yarborough rushed up calling ,
to I Klrk.r. kick-off, .ve return. I"11 30Yds. .,i I From there the as the junior arm of E. K. Psrryman Mrs.! R. F. him to come help. li
seven ponies belonging YII. Intere.p'ed p..... It 7 ed again with Johns In the schools: the JRC Young, and Mrs. Marian Howe. Ross. Prevatt. Lawtey helped
R. i.. Fish. Miami, \iwere rentedto Ylle. punt r.'urn. 0 17 hunt for the bodies and retrievedMrs.
Beaven, who used them I I, 'I and fast and gains by to give real purpose for From neighboring counties.were .
James Louis dur- In the second quarter the Tor- and Bennett that carried efforts, by having them Mrs. W. P. Lieu, Putman County Bennett's body from thewat..r.
at St.
for show ponies at Miami nadoes moved from their own 45 n4..s so near orln&-to ] such as those for and Mrs. J. F. Eastham!: Put Numerous other people .
ing the summer, and Two pones I yard line to Ketterlinus' 1H yard I yard line But the big I and also article. to be nam County Mrs. T R. Lewis and helped but those actually work-

during the winter. were In- line but failed to make enough,,line couldn't be moved children in other Elizabeth Thompson St. Johns Ing to clear up the wreckage and
were killed, and two for a first down and the ban went Yellow Jackets took -even behind the Iron County. to find the bodies were hlndereu -

over to St. Augustine. The Tornadoes I fourth down failed to possible, Miss Butch by the hundreds of curious
iS Fish drove up to Starke didn't really get within I rest of the second period Driver people who stopped on .j.their
from Miami when Informed of scoring distance again. I team Intercept a pas and '. art classes: .end draw- Examiner way home from the Florida.

the accident and went over to Carl Johns did some pretty running ''gaining much' ground. countries, she ex- Here Twice Weekly \ Miami football game In Gaines.
Gainesville to see the Injured and was leading ground- The third quarter was promote better under. vUle.
uion Beaven according to an employeeof gainer for the Tornadoes. But 'I Watson reallystsrted our American: way of Paul Shields employee at
A.M. Highway Patrol Examiner A. S.
November 23, 9:30 the DeWItt C. Jones funeral Dick Watson. l -pound halfback, He carried the ball to> classes send product. frevatfs Garage answered a
Patten expects: to And business
home. I(was the outstanding backfield 12, and* after a fumble particular projects. wrecker-service Gala :ay Mr.
ttrs churches will retired conductor man. He ran with lightning speed,I three yards, faded back .. for sending gifts to picking up as the current spot Thomas, a pulpwood man at
was a check of
and of all Starke dead man automobiles and driver'slicensee
congregations The Lawtejr to
Railroad charging head first and proved a 14-yard pass to Wilson ''n the annual Thanksgiving Union Service to be held on the Frisco to Miami for I to the Tornadoes that he was bard first touchdown. St. I two-way gift exchange progresses. ditch to find one of the bodies-

the Pint Christian Church on E.-Call St. at 9:30 A.M. 1vacation.on his He way Is survived by a to bring clown.Fumbltn6 second score came a few American and foreign Examiner Patten Is the man The wrecked ear left at the

Methodist several stepchildren: the ball has proved later when Bradford I quite a number of who examines applicants for driv scene: Saturday night and Sun- !t'
First and
Mitchell pastor of the wife beiDa.Npped to EnM costly to the Tornadoes this) season It. own 29. Watson over the world. er. licenses. He Is In Stark onTuesday. day. attracted so many curious

'ath, will brine the message. Every church member HI. body Is burial the DeWltt C. and the game Friday nightwas from five yard. out and the gifts received from .. 2 to 0 p. m., and Thursdays Sunday drivers that the Road

a. td to cooperate: in this service by being present. OklA., funeral for home Is In chargeof : no exception. They fumbled was good, making the : I other lands were ,dis from 9 a. m. to noon at the Patrol requested Prevatt's Oa
Jones four times, Kette ilnua.rinc (Continued to page the meeting Ic the Sheriff's office in the courthouse. rage to move' the wreckage, In
arrangements. (Continued to page 8)'r


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met In the home of Mrs. Mary 1 I house here. They'll leave as soon Chester and Reddish Andrewsand ADDRESSESOF .ddr.... llItlt,
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Bradford County Telegraph Williams for the November pro The Life And Times I as they sell all their fryers. Floyd Wiggins went to the tJnkno..n:

gram. The devotional was "Go! Of New River FolksBy Mrs. Lucy Drake and son. Tommy West Coast on the 13th to get mul. INTERESTC. DecemberYou n.'ed Court elrth, D5o. Ie DMGeR
I Heal!!" with Mrs R. C. Gray In and Mrs. Claude Bray of plaintiff and tilt
1B7 E. U. MATTHEWS. OWNBM-KDITOH Jessie' Leo Lacenby let with red roe. They thought A. Johns, 31 N. W 2nd. St.. county ''''eh "
charge. Opening hymn was Lakeland were visiting the Gainesville, Fla Ord" TeleereDh.., thke'' lit'
Hall the Power." Members come = Merritt. and the Bud Moodys re they would be unsuccessful wlenddemr' tour PUbU,,
Published :Every: Friday: aDd Entered .. Seoovd mvntrd on various parts of the New Butcher Pen cently. they went to severtl places beforebeing Ret. Elvin D. C. Casey, Co. B, at Blarke. Florida band,an4 wB'tlr15th. ottl,,,
C3**. Matter at the Poet Office at Starfce Fla study after which minutes were The R. J. Turners, who have The Pete Sapps visited the C. J. able to get any. They finally 102 Int., 43rd Dlv. Camp Plckett. ( 1960.OFFICIAL; Iblt II..,
been In the businessfor succeeded In getting the desired "- SEAl.)
road and business of the society butchering Hausens In Palatka Sunday. Va.Mrs. A I.
MEMBER 1950Souacrlptlat brought up, Including plans for years until recently, had what The"Hen..y.Thom... family l 1..ii amount taking them straightrun. Wallace Faulk 5517 Lakewood T. Frank rev itav Landrum o.'roI, ,.or D'pul"I/
a Week of Prayer In December. we all considered a well-equlpp moved into John and Ella Duke They brought back some for Circle, Jacksonville Fla. Altys. for YlLTaRdrrvr Stark!.,)
East Annually: $1.60 For !Six! MoaUu The meeting closed with all taking place. The floor of well-drained home. Mr. Thomas will farm. their neighbors too. We were among Mrs W. W. Hicks 3618 Gordon I -Un.

.. part in sentence prayers. Sixteen cement accommodated two 60 ga Mrs Floyd Wiggins was visitingIn the fortunate and got BO Oaks, Newcastle St., Brunswick
scalding kettles A block and pounds. About half had big: roe.
members were present. The hostess Perry Sunday. Ga. \\ ft
served fruit cake and fruit tackle stood by ready to handle We dressed ours, salted and meal
Thanksgiving Then And Now salad with tea. some of those ole big fellows, Mrs. Truby Hodge has as hercue.t. ed them ready to fry then wrapped !. Clrealt Co.r... .Bradford. CnmtTt MU"Yb ", W''

Fathers would be amazed to see us moderns ranging from 300 to 600 poundsor Sunday her two brotherslnlaw them separately In oiled deepfreeze Fred: I.U.!:,,Ch. Plaintiff e T. vase Gre.ceHineen
The Pilgrim Miss Helen Jean Parker recent. and sisters Mr. and Mrs. Den-
better. Then the house, which and them Defendant. Caee No. (1(0
spending Thanksgiving Day driving a hundred miles or more ly left. for Flint, Mich., where she stands close by has an electrified. all Thomas of Floral City, and the deep paper freeze. put When we awayIn go tc Order *( .STATH........OK.. A.FLORIDA. Notice] .T. LuLtMMgM
at the A..r. TOl
to attend a football game. They would be astonished will make her home. sausage min and many other con Mr. and Mrs Romey Johns of Jacksonville fry them now It's no trouble- Grace Hansen, whose residence and
crowds gathered to see a football game. To witness such a Mr, M.... Wyry.tytMALVAREZ'
and Eugene Gilmore venlences. Thousands of pounds they're all ready, and do they
spectacle over television would be unbelievable to them. I and baby daughter Vicki-Gene of of unusually well-seasoned anflavored < Emma Lou Tomltnson Is sick' taste good.' Chester and Floyd put

To these hardy pioneers Thanksgiving Day was just North Carolina are spending sometime sausage have passed out In bed this week. Frank L. is: theirs Into deep freezes, too; but IllI STORE Men's Clothln
that; a time for rejoicing and giving thanks for a bountiful .in Hampton. Mr. Gllmore of their smokehouse. still planting blue lupine In between they didn't salt and meal them. Established
harvest. They could face a long hard winter with well-stock- has been serving as depot agent Now things have changed. All being: cook and nurse. We learned a long time ago to 18911. !

ed larders and a feeling of security against hunger. The day during the two weeks vacation of this has to go through Government Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Dowllng of fix our fish ready to fry when they
was marked by a great feast when family friends and neighbors J. W. Home. While here they are' regulations and meet certain Live Oak were visiting his mother were put Into. the freezer. Surely
gathered around the festive board. The table was heap residing at the home of Mr. and specifications. To meet this they Mrs. Rhoda Dowllng last weekend. saves time. i

ed with the products of their farm as well as with venison Mrs. Wallace Collins. are enlarging the scalding house fltt\\ SERVICE STORE .

wild turkey and other game. M... and Mrs Homer Smith and six feet longer and 20 feet widerby PHONE
We might well envy them their friendly gatherings daughter Shirley former residents three concrete blocks high all 189

where the women all worked together to prepare a stomach- of Hampton but living for around, and screen on up to the IF YOU WANT A TREAT State Roads 100 & 200

filling feast and the men talked and planned the future together the past year In Macclenny, moved roof.Kenneth STAHKE, FLORIDA
also them their sincere feeling of back on Saturday and are occupying Turner their son, who
We might envy
gratitude for their blessings. the recently completed operates a grocery store in Lake P.M.

Here in the South Thanksgiving Day is not a time ofharvest. bungalow of Claude May at the" I I Butler, still uses the sausage for *- "
after end of School Lane. / his business. He makes in addi- We Pit Barbecue All Meats For
into period
going our
We ;
are planting tion to the 300 to 350 Pure Tires Tubes
the less productive Summer. Times too have changed. We Mrs. Elzle Day of Plant City, smoked pork week.poundsof These 25c Per Pound Complete Batteries,

no longer' have to depend on only the food that we can raise arrived last week to spend the are famous sausage the state over and It And Accessories

with our hands or the game that we can shoot. Families scatter Thanksgiving here. holidays with relatives you haven't tried any you have Fresh Barbecued Fish & Ribs On Sale Daily .

more and large family dinners are not so common. But missed a tre.t.Ch..lllt .
like the Pilgrims we have much to be grateful for. Let- us SCHOOL NEWS Little Let us SIL-I-KLEEN your car '

too give thanks for our bountiful blessings. Elffhth Grade I'ereonalitles Endeavor 3 PigsTempel by the new Silicone process The new

--- Marilyn Elland, is our latest addition Thanksgiving Breakfast way to lasting car beauty. $7.50
The CE.. plans a 7 o'clockThankll&lvlng Ave., Between Bas Sta. *
Hall's mother Mrs Lillian Lauree to the eighth grade. She I ft School WATERPROOF
O Corrosion
Hall. Fall flowers, of various hues Wae born In Stewart Miss, on breakfast at Long RC.UM
HAMPTONBy were placed to advantage In the Sept. 21, 193 She is five feet Bridge Christian Church Thu..daymorning.
living .room and the refreshmenttable six Inches tall Rev. and Mrs. Scott '
weights 109 pounds.Site
Mrs. 1\'. C. Sweeney I
are helping with plans. The menu
with white has
was covered a dark brown hair and blue
linen cloth centered by the large yea. And Is very popular with Is: bacon eggs rolls and coffee
Thanksgiving Service ** decorated birthday cake and bal her classmates. She has done and Johnnie Frances Crews says

A community TJtanksglvlng and anced by tall white tapers. Mrs.Hall four years of 4-H club work. I "grits-if I have to cook 'em be-
Praise Service will be held In the was shoulder ore leave home!I' She got an almost
presented a Hampton School
Christian Church on Thursday corsage of multi-colored: chrysan last received threenew I unanimous sanction. Ralph LOVETT'SSTARKE
(Thanksgiving) night at 7:30: o' themums. Lively pupils Tuesday. They Merrltt, who lives near the church
gameswere .
clock:, with A. C. Ftegart. of Park- played and prizes awarded to were Marilyn Elland 15 years old, says he'll have the fires burning
In the
of-the-Palms, as the guest speak Mrs. Clarice Adklns Mrs. Evelyn eighth grade. Melvin Bl provided he can "wake up In
land 12 old
years the fifth "
er. Special Instrumental music May and Mrs. Pearl Horne Coffee, time.

vicinities will be rendered.are especially Those Invited In nearby to Coca-Colas beautiful and cake were served. grade rsde. They Mike were Eiland.from In Big the Black first William Turner of Cordole 'Ga.. L ( FLORIDA Prices Good ThrolUh Sat. Nov. 25th
gifts were
attend. presented Special School District, Stewart was visiting his brother H. J., a !
Miss We are glad to welcome few days last week. He was In an
M.... H aU Honored.Mr Those attending were: M... and these pupils to our school. improved physical condition after

.. Eugene Hall entertained Mrs. Lynn Hall. Mr. and Mrs. J. Sixty-seven of our pupils we..eIn a recent stroke.
with delightful party at theirhome W. Home. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Adklns. some religious service Sunday.Our Mrs. Mana Wiggins Mrs. Ont BREAD
on Friday evening honoringthe Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Tidwell' principal Mrs. Ola Perkins, :Kerce and Mrs, Mabel Sapp were FAMILY, LOAF Ifl
birthday anniversary of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd, Mr. andMrs. attended three services at three visiting In Johnstown Monday afternoon .
Cblale Rlgon. Mr. and Mrs. different churches. with Mrs. Mary Thomas.
R. L. Brown Sr., Mr. and Mrs. C. who had fallen recently and almost
r Ot>SSO SASTANO Mrs. T. J. Alderman Mrs. V. J. MAXWELL HOUSE
L. May Mrs. Doris Hardy andchlld..en. broke her hip. She Is In bed part
TASTES SO GOOV Slade and Mrs. Ola M. Perkins
Mrs. May Sweeney MissHazel ,of the time.
Phillips and Miss MargaretHall. I visited Brooker Junior High School The
Harry Swishers are rencva
Thursday.. ting their house. They plan to MILK
The fifth and sixth grades have move to Miami In their house
W. M. S. MeetingThe I made some flower beds and plant.ed trailer and live there for awhile COFFEESTALL

{ Women's- Missionary. Society. nasturtiums, anr sweet peas. They say. they might rent tjle ,



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M dison & Adams SU. STARKE FLORIDA Phone 118 1PA011


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NOV 24 19 5 0

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CI.a.It Of. I.FloridaTLmt ....... Winners
/. *? I* CNa .ry- urkology .u.u'H.ut
jyQJlnhtand Ruth Heddl.h.
I. aunt.rau
a uterhl. wlf.. V.'
1 I.. bllratlea .ad N.tlo. trf )
,puntelrind Vlr.lna .. hJ,
and ado
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B I' Ullhk.nr0.by'notI 1i" that ..
In' the a.
l initltuted
peen .
and cau. by th*

mad. rourt agalntHor. .-.. .... _. .. ... _. ... I .... .... _,
im d .id Virginia Gunter .o. _.___ _ __ .... _. ._ L r L T .._._ .. ... ; I 1

ateis defendants; that th. I _. ___ ._ _._ ... ... ... .. ._ .....
forclour. of -- "-- ......__.--._ .. .... .. __ L rr .r 1 -
onlf/r tsmortg.. dat." the
of /November. Book" Ttt&S&rtf'&jsz

I Mrs. Wesley L. Andrews

Id Florida. tolloaing covering: and described and or pertain-proitu Mrs. Gilbert Brown Starke, Florida Mrs. Mary Ella Watterson
th',tw'.t. t in Dr..fDrd County. Starke, Florida WHY I BELIEVE TilE UNITED NATIONS IS Hampton, Florida


the depcrlbed corner plec. of of land the, fol..to- WHY I BELIEVE TilE UNITED NATIONS IS The only hope for permanent peace is to up- WHY I BELIEVE TilE UNITED NATIONS IS
Kan 4L''liSon
J. Tempi'a Sub FOR PERMANENT PEACE hold and maintain the United Nations. The U.N. OUR BEST HOPE FOR PERMANENT PEACE

.fo f land. at South Tamp of Block'. MIII.1I consists of many organizations which are vitally

1'i I.fraciwn SEJ,6 of 8Wrj4 and more Representatives of the different countries important. The General Assembly, Security Council -

arty I 'd.ecrlbell.outhw.et aD being Township one work together to discuss their different problems' Trusteeship. Secretariat Military Staff Com I believe the United Nations is our Best Hope

'sWI4 Banff at 2a s.o.East.B.III 11.. with the idea of arriving at a satisfactory solu mittee. International Court of Justice, Atomic for permanent peace for the following reasons:
at Southeast corner Energy Commission and Commission on Conventional -
&ICSremple'S Sub-d1Vlaos and I176v I lion The United Nations take into consideration Armaments. In order to protect small 1. To establish equal) rights among countries

ff rlh! and 71 d."".. W economic problems disputes and disagreements countries and future generations from the scourge

feet tD takel;of thence land over territories and as long as we have a United of war It will be absolutely necessary to have Nations 2. To practice tolerance
d line
set" slnoaeup Nations I believe that have the best for working together In peace. We are living
cold to C. H. Clark tohence we hope 3. To unite our strength ;
n South and 71 degrees in the Atomic age and the future of the world depends -
176'4 feet to east bound..yDlork wr.peace. and .t h. and faith in God. Through
I upon prayer To
4. social
1 S. of R..n. 4 W; promote progressA ;
with other
countries be settled.
South and 11 degree West. can these means and these' alone can we save the world
feet tD point ?f.b -
.uii Parcel or lot of land from disaster.
', in the Southeast cor.ni'ck
1 S.. of Range 4 W..

1'of Tmpl the SW14.'. )Sub-dlYl.lon of Section __ &. ....... -'R. .. _' _L_, _r "" .. .... LU _._ .. ..r .. .... _._. ...... .....

.hlp Count< Buuth.Florida Range, and tJ Bait conMIIOO -, .. 1 .. 11 ........... ... -... -... _r .. ...... _..... 1 _r -. ..... .. ._ .. ..... .. .. L _._._ L" .. LL _
/ of an acre, more or
strip reserved foritriet
or on the a.t border.
4..crlbed' land.
Begin the Bouthw..t
f the NsSi' of the 8WH oftwentyone
((11) Tp. 1 8..

!North Bait,1S1 and feet run to ICt Jh.decree Bouthn NICE TO EACH OF THE ABOVE

.Ion; thence 1. degrees I ..
North alone East line of
of Blk I, 157 feet; thence

1 lice to ouch Wet of SOT paid of feet NE14 North to of to..nded 105 8W feet%of] CORRECT SOLUTION OF PUZZLE GIVEN BELOW ;

portion: oft the thus Blk
WW of .' t1l
hni< 4 West of Simon J. -
i Sub-dIYialOf; and .It..- f '
the Snnthwent corner of ...
Ji,q; of PWH of Section' ; '.
In I s. Range t> East Brad ., .
inly. Florida, and oontaln0 ia
nf an acre mora or lees ,1 j .
il ind each of you are h.re- -
ere ,
In 'said
to ,
JuIrM appwar
red t eftune on December 4.to .. .-
J then serve your answer \t.- 'J. ,
defense: nn plaintiff at .' '
A. required. by law other-
allorntlonn. of th. bill ofht '
t Kill bo taken. a. oonfem- '

*FI hull'n four my. Bradford publish hand weekly and County this IXKlie official order Tele.Real In E. J' Shull Plumbing & Heatingft" Starke Builders Supplies Sam Rosenberg & Son '

J Court at Starke. Flo..Ila.ay :
"f October A.I> 1 noL '
\ SrTA.: J. Thomas '; .
An Clerk "f '"alii Court
h ones, Jr. Stark..7-plorl .r Plf. Jill 4t ll\4\ ....

Circuit-Court Of Florida ... ; ,; ..... -, -J_ _. ,
dttlal Clrr.lt, In A.4 ForCafcti Setzer's SUDer- Stores .1. Guidon GrillBarksdale's : .
I. Clianee-ry" 'S J"t
Mnrtlneau.- Plaintiff, wW ... .. .
Robert, also r
3f>hrtand Era k'R'brran.r.ndant. Torode Chevrolet Co. i
I Publication and W' .. le.TVTR t. .
OF FLORIDA Tel t" "'
W .Hubert. alo known .
Roberta and Era Robert, Hart Furniture Co. Store
kiss whose. residence I. Sanrt- Howard's Prescriptions
re hereby notified that a
been Inatltued In the above
mot and cause by the a*
n.d plaintiff affatnnt Thorn r
lob.rt-, oleo known aa T. "

)clflr.rte.cell'',.ndnnta and price performance'land Bra for and for Roberts reformation abat.menthi for of other,con his Electric Service & SupplyC.H.NasworthyPhico M '. Denmark Furniture Co.Lawson's Conway Service Station *

">vi rlnir and to''

I.10..lnor Bradford descried County.property Florlnrlhweat -- And Flying Service'r'
.t, Quarter of fiouth- ll llI llsonlIpER

>rt.r of Section SO, Town.
iotith, flange it East eon0 Mkt. & Cold
/ are. more or less Stora2e.
h. Smith' Halt of th.No'rth- '
'!Ie of the Northea. QuarterAnd .
;" The Brown
the Southwest Quarter .. Derby
Northea-t Quarter and thet
t Quarter of the Northea.tthe
t ten acre off of thee "

R:'of QuarterVe. the In a Nnrthait deed.t from of Quarter a trullyii John C. H. Driggers Furniture Co. S. R. Johns Grocery'I .

d wife to H. D. Wandln
W. Wa-dln dated January I L Johns I Ins.
l III nee In Pertlon 81 East 10 and. Township contain Agency

terse. more or less In thet.
ronveved In thl. deed of

ant 0 and fifty each of acr.you, are more here.red or. Sullivan's Dry Goods I Green's Grocery & Market t.

to appear In said Courtnn I .
December 4, uaCt, and Dixie Motor Court
serve your answer or other .
jn Plaintiff.1 attorney a*
.l by> 1 law otherwise the alle-
( the bill of complaint wills 6
a* confessed by you And Restaurant

,this Inue-1 County order In Telegraph It. next hall four Florida Fuel-Butane G. Libby Sales & Service

.1 .
my hand and the seal of ,
"tt at Stark. Florida thl.

A t A.of SKAl.Clerk).rA..A..J of said D.. Thomas 150.Court. I : StefanelFs Grocery And Market

om ", Jr., Stark. Florida
"". 11U 4t 1114'It .

'10 r.:....:.;.,,1').. .rd C.a.t7. Koch Drug!! Store t New Method Cleaners : I.

Plaintiff. V.
"n et.nd..nt.f 6

hall...l... mmt Cue.nT.No.>tlc.I1SS t. ,: Farmers Supply
RolI.rn. who. residence I. .

are""0 So.end required UI.whose Trnmanavlll.-to.tofflo.to appear, N.w ad onCourt' Farm, Home & Auto Supply Dowling Auto Sales l .

41h 1160. 'In the above

.Leeks and divorce cau.*..'ear wher.ln., ensControl : J. P. Roberts Motors
of minor childrenMii5ln.fr *> i'
Telegraph shall .t I' .
..!! Order In next four w..k

t my hand and official seal Auto Associate Store Andrews Motor Co.
'In'[ Florida, thl.. Octobert Western .

SEAL) A. :J Thomas
*. Clerk of said Court
Idn Crosby, Deputy Cl.rk Pure'Service Store
_I;A: 'Peld.n ullllin. Day .

Y I I'VerduloeP err':Plt.Florida,:du-ro.r.at_. ;rated. HIS, .a c-.t 4t Man 11114 Florida Bank At Starke' Service Center Station ti. /; .

Of y.Allgt/ea Defendant.Aa4.Wed......1'F. 4- Wells Electric ServiceVan's

.'T. Verdngn\TB OF FLORIDA TOt .
whose residence
\'S's i.' UI East- *th Bt- TaC'a8EAu '
Irma: Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
ors r."uln" !
tot appear 011.
11th. lUG, In the aboveft Jewelry
;:.rt and. "au., wherein Ed
''den name. restoration
.h padf0,. County Cafe
-font shall.........1 publish, Issues.'I .. this. order
lilY hang and official seal
;:.r.. Florida this November
A. I.' Thomas
"o."A'': Clerk of aal Clerk
11. B..C.rr."hT, f-outy
r 204.U Guaranty Life
for 1V",:. ">*IH.. Florida
11110 4t 1111!

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r.- r .... Miss Janet Anderson Three WSCS Circles Local Agencies And Ir idividuals Contributer where Temple they Avenue will be to planted Clark Street under-J'Canted er and telephone fOr IIn .

ToWed Mr. Turner Make Bazaar PlansA To Xmas Packages Foi] Men Aboard ShipsL. ground. exception ,"r ('I0111,flp, .tln"easements
Power and telephone service tween Pratt Closed
business and program meetIng Christmas. packages for service Alvarez on Temple Avenue, remodeling lines will enter the rear of businesses that the,, and 81h 8

i of the three circles of the men on shipboard Christmas Da) of a store building to J and houses on both east indica1 \pr"perly\ O

Methodist WSCS was held In the I were packed here last Saturdayby M. Dyer, at the N. E. corner of and west sides of Temple Ave. t1hnlnpSl
and 10th Streets costing I""? ,
educational building Monday af. the Woman's Auxiliary of StMark's Water II. A. Bishop Jr., General Sup. 'Rid.

Otnre ternoon with Mrs. Titus Olson, Episcopal Churc1'for\ the $400, and remodeling the Magnolia erintendent, .Bt rke Telephone -
and In- Hotel to change a boiler room Into
president presiding.; various donating groups ISO "Il1a
stated that clearance ,
Phone 29 kitchen. Standard Oil Company Company ('ard,
During the business dividuals. a bnp"
from property owners along the your naml
------ further plans made for the The packages, addressed to Mr. applied for a permit to install $1. "ully"
- - ----- were proposed routes of both the pow- "
Goff Field Director of two-1000-gallon pumps at the &'I'81.her. & "
Thomas ,
bazaar which. is to be held December 1\11'1,
Methodist Class BHS Faculty Honors 8th. American Red Cross, will be de. corner of 10th and Temple.

Enjoys CoffeeThe Couple At PartyThe Circle 3 had charge of the program livered to the 11th Naval District Quality.HALL.. MARK ORCKTINa "B:

entitled "The Health NeedsIn Headquarters in San Diego California Work Is StartedOn PHOTO FINISHING _ _ CARDS_ _
Evelyn Deal Class of the Starke Woman's Club was a Rural Community" with Mrs for eventual distribution Utilities 84 HR. .,RVICII W.
First Methodist Church entertained the scene Thursday evening, No- W E. Middleton conducting; In the aboard ship at sea on Christmas. Moving ----- Jy
Tuesday evening at the homeof vember 16, of' a faculty party absence of Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Gifts for this project were pre. From 301 Route Cameras

Mrs. C. H. Quick with an after given in honor of Miss Alma Sir- Taking; part were Mrs. Robert sented by the Woman's Club, Mrs. ,,7"
dinner coffee. This affair /wa mans and Edwin Sheppard, popu- Green, Mrs. James Hobbs, Mrs. R. A. Green Business and Professional Service crews for the Starke PORTRAIT SiADVCRTISINO _

given in honor of class members lar couple whose marriage will bo H. M. Rlcharde and Mrs. T. H. Woman's Club, E. S. municipal power plant and the STOi
who celebrated' their birthdays an event of Christmas week at Slade. Matthews, Mrs. O. L. Llnsln Junior Starke Telephone Company won't' PHOTOGRAPHY'L

during the months of October and > LaBolle.A Woman's Club. Woman's be caught napping when the new 1 1I ., _.- : -,

November. Honored on this mock radio quiz provided HernwallHas Auxiliary of St. Marks Episcopal I 1100,000(! project for widening Wedding & IOS W. CAL,. .T.
Marilyn Dial
cas Ion were Miss Janet much merriment and, at its conclusion .. Church, R. J. Davis, Rotary Club I'I I Temple'Avenue gets underway. POST PHOTO CARD STARKE: FLORIDA I8S _

Mrs. Sara Clifford Miss OC// the honored couple wa Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson Birthday Party and Lion's Club. New power lines are already 'NIDD
Green, Miss Sharon Hall presented with gifts of china in announce the engagement and Funds for expense of mailing I I under construction a block off Our Reputation la Your Guarantee of
Grace McComb and Mrs. the chosen pattern.A approaching; marriage of tbelr Marilyn Hernwall was hostess to were provided by Junlui Smith, I I Temple Avenue, and the telephone Sath
her little neighborhood friends and J. R. Kullington
Williams. Edward Burns, Sue
musical contest resulted In tin,I daughter, Janet to Robert V. Mary Sturgls I company will begin about December D. )
members of her Sunday School and W. B. Sewell. PHOTOGRAPHER
The Quick home was beautifully prize being; awarded to Mrs. Earl Turner. son of R. V. Turner and 15 to move its lines from J
decorated with fall flowers. The Futch. Highlight of the programwas the late Mrs. Turner of Starke. class in celebration of her sixth Miss Vesta Dyal and the Baptist -[
refreshment table was overlaid a mock trial in which the The 'wedding; will be an eventof birthday' anniversary Saturday afternoon Missionary Society packed and -

with a lace cloth and had for Its bride-elect was tried for breaking the Christmas holidays. at her. home on West Call) sent packages of their own. i!rI"g a TVKKETk'TMm Thanksgiving And All the E .tln.t.
centerpiece an arrangement of her pledge of allegiance Co, Street. Actual packing and wrapping at< .,

yellow chrysanthemums, flanked the Order of Spinster-hood. She Workers ConferenceHas A multicolor scheme was carried the St. Mark's church" was under
by tall In out in decorating the Hernwall the direction of Mrs. Edward
tapers crystal was convicted and se-.tenced to a
holders. The color scheme was lifetime of matrimony.The Supper MeetingThe home for this occasion with vary I Burns, and was done by Mrs.

yellow and blue and was carried club house wa lovely with ing shades of hyblscus.and green- Jeanette' Klncaid, Mrs. Lemuel
Workers' Conference, of the being used. A handful of Colson Mrs. Della Hoover, Mrs.B. .
out in sandwiches, cakes and can- arrangements of white gladioli ery J'ei
and yellow chrysanthemums. Starke Methodist Church School many colored strips of paper was B Rowland, Mrs. W. H. Noegel, l
I fIIJ&P'8:
dies.Mrs.. Quick was assisted in serv-' Later in the evening delicious held its quarterly meeting on Sat- handed each small guest upon arrival .Irs. Stanley Noegel Mrs. Mary
urday evening, Nov. 18, In the
refreshments and this served as a good T. Hiatt, Mrs. Clifton Brown
Ing by Miss Pat Lambe, class were served from a Methodist educational Policy
building StorcHideL
starter to the games and fun which Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Mrs. Mattie
president, who cut and served the beautifully appointed table. .
The meeting was preceded by a followed. Gahagan, Mrs. Edward Burns,

cake beautifully/iwhlch held embossed six candles.birthday Mrs. the Husbands school faculty, wives were and escorts invited of to covered committee dish supper in with charge the: Mrs.following Refreshments of birthday cake and little Miss Sue Sturgla. Prices on Hundreds of Items Every Day Will Save You More Mo

Herbert Deal, class teacher, wroteIn enjoy this affair with the honor Titus Olson, Mrs. W. B. Sewell fruit punch and ice 'cream were

rhyme a toast for each honored quests and Mrs. Nelson Green.W. served. Miss Kate Struth and Rites TuesdayFor ThisThanksgivingThan a Few Items Priced Low For a Few
guest. The toasts were tied with Mrs. R. H. Russell assisted Mrs'
B. Sewell, General SuperIntendent Ervin McRae
yellow ribbons and were* drawn Miss Clair Thomas Hernwall on this occasion. ,
of the Church School.
from under tho cake by those hon Hostess To YWAThe Native Of StarkeErvin
presided at the conference. Plans
ored. I, Ladies policy of storewide low
were made for furnishing Thanks Auxiliaries\ : J.. McRae, 74, died Sun- prices every day c:i
YWA of the First
Twenty-three guests Baptist hundreds of items makes it
baskets also for the To Meet \ unnecessary to trudg
giving and TuesdayThe day at his home in Waldo follow- ;
lovely affair, Church met Monday night in the ,
from store to Thanks
I store. to this
hrlHtmas Tree to be held policy,
program ing a short Illness. He was born \ you tan
home of Miss Clair Thomas. The
; the President on Friday evening Dec. 22 at 7p.m. Ladles Auxiliary of the: near Starke but had lived in Waldo -:; ,-1 make savings on hundreds of good thing, rather
meeting was opened by -
----=- The following committeeswere Presbyterian Church will meet at for. the past 48 years -- than on just a few. Such storewide savings add
Miss Helen Halnes, with up
I the reading together of the YWA set. up: Program T. G the home of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell on Funeral services were held Tuesday I i" .' ,, ,. ,_4 to much more than those you might make by getting

dedication,. Mitchell Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs Madison street Tuesday, Nov. 28 afternoon at 2:30: o'clock In :r ..) a few items priced low for a few days.
lpt1 The program chairman, Miss T. H. Slade, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, and at 7:30: o'clock with Mra. V. 9. St. the Waldo Methodist Church, of '
Mrs. E. L. Matthews; Christmas John as cohoateaa. which he was a member, with Rev.H. ;_. v "
LSTARKE FLA.Swi. Thomas, presented the topic, "How (Prices iftoun hert guarantenl ManJar
Decorations-Mrs. E. K. Perryman Mrs. W. J. Chandler will lead T. Foley officiating. Inter \ Aor.' SO
You through
Thankful Are ? Those participating FOOD STORE Saturday,fiat. 25)
., Mon., Tucs., Nov. 28-28 were Mrs. Edmond Christmas treats-Mrs. Titus Olson the devotions, Mrs. E. M. Davis if ment was In Crosby Lake Cemetery Ir

"enly, counselor Shirley Shaw, and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright program leader and Mrs. K. Q under the direction. of Williams .-- ---. .--.--.
Joanne Sliox and Sue Biggs. Gifts will be brought to the tree Duncan will be In charge of the Funeral Home of Gainesville. :!;:fo Customers9
High Lonesome + by the children for later dIstrIbution quiz. Survivors Include his widow, ;
The president presided over the 40' ._. .
to the Florida Methodist\ Chil
Mrs. Laura Lovelace
brief business session when -reports McRae; two
:John Burr}'more, Jr. were heard from chairmen dren's Home in Enterprise. Edwards* Home Scene!daughters, Mrs. Oscar Hall, Wal M Corner

Finn Short &: News of community missions steward. Rev. T. G. Mitchell discussed the Of Weiner Roast do; and Mrs.. H. B. McQuartil, St.

hip, mission study and literature.' emphasis on Evangelism throughthe Petersburg; one son Basil J. Mc \ ., 1.3.
".e..., Tlmn., Nov. 20, SO Plan were completed for a Church School as a part; of the I The'J. M. Edwards' home cm W I Rae, Ocala; two brothers Harley /

DOUBLE FEATURE study course at the church von total "Advance Program for Christ Madison street was the scene of M and Mike J. McRae, Starke; Thanksgiving is the traditional timeto

THE YOUNGER December 4 with supper being and His Church" which is a four a delightful weiner roast 'Saturday and four sisters. Mrs. Ella Neal count our blessings.
served. The book. "So, This,Is year program underway through. evening with the Edwards' daughter Gainesville; Mrs. Neta Pelcher,

.BROTHERS Africa" will be* taught by :Mrs out the entire Methodist Church. Carolyn, and Shirley Carpenter JacksonvIlle: Mrs Walter Underhill -

Geraldlno Brooks, Robert Lois Wells, State VVMU worker. Mr. Sewell announced that a an- Wanda Agnar acting ai Starke; and Mrs. Florence Despite the problems confronting

Hutton from Jacksonville. training class for teachers and hostesses. ,HaHlwnnger, Jacksonville.
workers in the School, the world today we take comfort
Sunday entitled can
-ANi. / ) I .Forty young friends of the hostesses
Wesleyan Class "Ways of Teaching" wouldbe enjoyed roasting welners and I Building Permits rand( from
THE STORY Elects New Officers'Mrs. taught by Dr. R. I. Barnett, of marshmallows over our country's great Pilfirlin
a huge campfire TURKEY!
Lakeland the week of January 7. in the yard and also playing Total $112,500 progress since'the first Thanksgiving. lirandThetnenandwomenofA&Pgrate.
Of. MOLLY "X" Alice Anderson was elected 11. Mr. Sewell also announcedthat
games during the evening In 3-Month Period
president of the Wesleyan Sunday the next meeting would be

June Havoc, John Russell School Class of the First held on Saturday, February 10. Farewell Buidlng permits issued by the HENS TOM
Plus News Methodist Church at an organizational Party city of Starke totaled $112,500,

social meeting, of the class Bazaar And Supper For Rev. Rathstatter for the past three months, including fully join our fellow citizens in giv
Fri., Sat., Dee. 1,3 hold, Wednesday evening;, Novem- 65 Ib
the construction 55cl lr IL ILI
of the
DOUBLE FEATURE bf-r 13, In the Methodist educational Tickets On Sale A farewell surprise party wal I new county jail, business improvements I ing thanks for the freedom and good C. V

building Other officers held in the St. Edward's Pariah and additions I
living in this bountiful land
we enjoy
MOB TOWN elected were as follows: vice-pres Tickets for the Turkey Supperto Hall Saturday evening honoring I six new dwelling units, ranging "!I'PfoR-IUOUT"

ident, Mrs. Hazel Greasier; secret be served during the Christmas Father R. T. Rathstatter, who I* ,in value from $3.000 to $10,000.( of ours. FRESH
With! flu, Dead End Rids tary Mrs. Harriet Rlcharde; Bazaar at the Methodist Educational leaving this parish Friday Ion The largest single permit l Issued Pork Hams, lb. . ,

PLUSWEST treasurer, Mrs. 3. H. Fields. Mrs Building, Friday, December: Miami. amounting to $70.000-was for
I. P. Shepherd la teacher of this 8, went on sale this M'eek. Tho'.uppt.r CUSTOMER RELATIONS DEPT.
One hundred the
guests gatheredin : new ..
OFELDORADO county jail now under "SlPKIl: I1IOIIT" .ob.1 Skinned 10 I U lb. in
class. will be served from 5 to 8
Following the organization, delicious o'clock p. m., and the puce of where the games hall during were the played evening and and construction Broad streets.Residential at the. corner of Pratt A&P Food Stores' Hams Whole, lb. . !

refreshments of date nut the tickets are $1 for adults and '
With group singing was enjoyed. Buffet construction total 420
Johnny Mack Brown Lexington Avenue
bread, cake and coffee 50o for children eight of I
were years refreshments were served following In? $32, OO. included a $10.000 con- RALLNewYorkl7N.Y. SMOKED SIIANKf' F-
served to the members and visitors age and under.
--:::=-. the games. cret block house on Madison Picnics lb. . :
-- ,
I present. Mrs. Titus Ol.son. General Chair-
Father Rathstatter was presented street for B. A. Yancy a 6-room

_____ __ man of the supper '1110" announced frame residence the
=_ -- -- ----- .-- c with a piece of luggage from corner of
: : -::::::;.. the following menu Ije the :. M tHlLt\n:
supper members of the parish at the con- r and Broadway costing Scaled ('aM

: Roast turkey :\11') dressing, clusion of the party.Woodrnan 58,:>00, a $5,000 concrete block residence Oysters, pts. - :

For Rent: 2nd Story Bungalow Waldorf candled yams salad, peas cranberry and carrots for E. C. Long on Christian I CELLO CTIV.Cranberries. _ _ _ _
sauce street. Another $ ,OOO permit
mince and pumpkin pie, hot rolls Circle covered the construction of a 2- I lb. . 19c] I10MCLKM ('()OKED It..to-P.t ,

and coffee. Tickets may be obtained Leaders At MeetingMrs. story residence and a garage apartment Canned Picnics, lb. . j
J'rlvate, no other tenants, entire second story. Very new. through members of the for Ada B. Alexander on

2 bedroom, bath, large living room, dinette, kitchen. Oil Methodist Woman's Society of T. C. Chastaln, Mrs. Eula Church street. A $3,000 concrete
Christian Service. Mae Conner, Mrs. E. J. Dowllng block and frame garage apartment YORK

circulating hrafc Gas stove & hot water heater.: COM. The Christmas Bazaar will take' and Mrs. W. L. Andrews attended la being built for W. L. Andrews, Apples I 2 lb A&P GRtUn' A IfO, 803
PLETELY FURNISHED except linen & silver. Klectrta place from 2 to 10 p.m. on the' the' district meeting of the Woodman's and a $3,000 frame dwelling on 25c Sweet, Peas' . ,
same day and will feature handwork Circle at the WOW hall on Thomas street is under construc- -
refrigerator.. This residence has Its own utility meter E. Monroe street Jacksonville. Uon .
potted plants, a surprise for Mrs. L W. Morgan. Lettuce 4's . 19C
Excellent: condition. Living room, dinette, kitchen have "Parcel Post Sale," religious Thursday of last week. Business construction included A&P GnAUH A ALL GREEN: >O. :3

books, Christmas decorations, During the business 'meeting erection of a fuel-oil storage tank Asparagus . 4
asphalt tile noon. Pay your own utilities Located children's toys, and many other Mr Andrews was, elected! vice- by the Seaboard Railway, estimated Carrots, bunch 14c Spears -

corner Church &: Nona. Streets adjacent to Colonial Florist. Interesting gift Items for Christ- president of the district and Mn at $9.000 construction of

ma*. Conner as district auditor. a fruit stand for $1.000, at the BE WHITE) AP CHAUEJ A WHOLE. SMil.L NO. :2

corner of property belonging to A. Green Beans . ,
Apply DeWitt C. Jones Methodist Choir Rites Potatoes, 10 lb. bag 25c _
Funeral Home, Ph. 7 ThursdayFor _ _
G. M. Bennett I _
Is Entertained %&p >FI.
---:= -- -- Cauliflower GRAD A WHOLE! KEH
Longtime Resident hd. --29c Corn No. 303 . 1
Miss Carnlta Hutto, Miss Pat ,
Lamb and Miss Sharon Hall were
hostesses to the Methodist church George Marlon Bennett. 78, HEATERS Bananas, 2 lb. 25c -
OFFICE SUPPLIES choir at the L. S. Hutto home Sat- died Tuesday November 21, after 13
urday evening.A being in falling health for -:":.... I- ii 1D.park.rFflIIt CakePARKEB \.
several years. He was born in i 600, Month -
special choir practice :was Echols County, Georgia on June I -
held during the evening by the 18. 1872. His parents were the A&P's Price roiiQ .
Carbon Paper, director Mrs. ..J.V.. Kincaid and late J. G. and Malona Parmen- ...':'
........ #* *'.. 16 members .. ...8
.....- the present. Following ter Bennett. J- S Storewide low prices on hundreds of Thanksgiving Layer 8
Pencils practice delicious
Mr, Bennett had lived inLnd
menu were served by the host near Starke for many years and items every day. instead of a few
:_ esses. i d I low for JA1H: PtRKER 1)1
Inks before his retirement was engaged temspnce a few. days t . iJ<
In Harvest' Cakes
: farming; e Cup _
Desk Pens Mrs. Homer Swindall He is survived .by two sons' Advertised prices are guaranteed for _ _ __ _ _

Honoree At Party I Arthur L. Bennett Tavarea and I 1.1.one week, even though market prices ..\'OlE P1HKEI 3:

Joseph O. Bennett. Lutz; six . .
go up. .
r Spanish Bar -
0 Fine Papers daughters, Mrs. Flay Sullivan, _
Mrs. Homer
Desk Calendar Stands surprised Swindall at a birthday was delightfully Mr. Ruby John., Mrs. Teresa I I ..4. Wt believe this policy help our

SOc up 0 Ribbons dinner party given In her honor Crosby Mr. Lucille Mundorff customers save mart money. _. JtXB PARKERS 4
and Mrs. Ruth Broadway, all of .
L- Sunday by Mrs. Havana Johns and Starke, and Mrs. Rhoda Underhill With the Apple PiePumpkin .
& correct marked -
price :
: -:- 0 Paper Rolls daughter Miss Dorothy John. St. Petersburg; four sisters on .: _

: '. Desk Calendar Pads at their home on Center street. Mrs. Ada Smith. Clearwater; Mrs. every item plus an itemized cash ..':u "A-R ER 4

Legal Forms The dining table, overlaid witha Rosa Smith and :w.... Pearlle L5 register slip you know what you Pie . .

i .1 59cup ,white linen cloth was centered Newborn. both of Jacksonville lAve at A&P. '
;"* with a beautiful bowl of autumn and Mr Savllla Kemp Jacksonville j .
I 0 Acct. Books & -------- '- ,
I "I'J. _' a_ fruits. The buffet held an ar Beach. -

: :; rangement of seasonal flowers. Funeral services are scheduled WINKLER
:, Get 1951 refills now I Filing Needs The traditional birthday cake was to be held at the graveside. Sapp

kh frosted' in white and embossed In Cemetery. Thursday afternoon at ,ELECTRIC SERVICE A & P Food Store ,.300 East Call St.

if dainty rosebuds. 2 o'clock with Rev. I* D. Halnes : :
: Bradford_County Telegraph Jones 232-224 N. Temple Are Florida'PAGE
r Mrs.many Swindall useful was gift presentedwith from the 'charge officiating.of arrangements DeWitt. C. Is in Phone 166 Starke The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. Starke,

,.. -. 20 guests. I Eillr Cratnta C.pyrIbt.A. 11110


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Mr. and Mrs Morgan Darby, Mr. and Mrs. George Miller and Miss Lucille Alvarez was visiting Mrs. Evelyn Cooper is spendingthe In deceIt: ..<(<'0.. .'. .nr.,...df rd O...r. December "th, I860 In th* bov.> ,
I I Klorlftol (h mr named Court and cause, 'wh rln '
have as their Thanksgiving day. son Jack, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Dyal In Gainesville weekend in Rosewell Ga., visiting Benjamin Joneph zUllnckl Plaintiff. plaintiff ....ka divorce. Bradford ':i

guests at their home on Sante Fe Mrs. Joe Arnold on Thanksgiving over the weekend. Friends of Miss her daughter-in-law, Mrs v*. Florence Mlnkln Zlellnekl, Defendant. 'County Telegraph shall publish this "st 1
Lake: Mrs (' W. Chalker and Alvarez will be happy to hear that Walter L. Cooper, Jr., and her new Ca** No. 116a Order Witness In nlxt inr hand four and weekly official,Isso.e peal i I:

: son, John. Mr and Mrs. DeWitt Day.Col.. and Mrs. Owen Griffin and she Is back at her duties at the granddaughter. Order ... _STATH bll.. l OK>n And FLORIDA Satire TOlFlnrenc 'T.Apper. at lath Klarhe" 1950.. Florida, thl Nf Tmbr .III;

C. Jones and ciiiughter Miss Elise daughter. Peg of St. ,Augustine Ruby Johns beauty parlor aftera Remington adding machine Mia kin ZleUn""'. whose (OFJ'IOIALA .) A. 3 Thomas:
Jones, all of Gainesville and Mrs were Sunday visitors of Mr. and three weeks absence due to an Term If dehlrrtl. Bradford County residence I. Rns nor\c. \ Street, Fall Clerk of laid CourtPy
Philip Maguire of Washington 1.). appendectomy.Rev. : Telegraph.Mrs. River, !MjuiBaohiiaetta. : j Haven Crosby, Deputy CUrk tt f
------- .. .... Mrs. Leslie Biggs. You are required to appear on llxi| 4t Ixfla
r A. C., Mr. and Mrs .
Charles Darby Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby, and Mrs. Thomas G. Mitch. Rifle Johns has as her ,. ., .... ?
Mr, w o. Godwin of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks are and family Mu S. I... Peek and Jr., and son Dale spent Thanks- ell have as their Thanksgiving Thanksgiving guests Mra. Carrie ,.;IOIi1I1Yt,, :: lt\f;\ : :C_ ::, ::" ;' '::1f '_. :':" ::':-:.. :-: : ",'. "

,andter. having son. Darby Mr. and Mrs. S. L guests Rev. and Mrs. T. Arthur
Mary Lane | Thanksgiving dinner with Crosby's
with Mr.
Mrs giving Day Smith of Bushnell and her niece
and I
l ka of Jackson- Judge and Mrs. H. S. Peck Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moaley and Dr. and Mrs George ;
Ueth, in Lee
!liar; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J, J. Gross of Jacksonville. I
Sr rhf weekend guests of Bronson. and daughter Jane. Crosby Sn.of Brooker Also vis- Bellby of Eau Gallic. WE' THANK YOU

i I were Pearce. Mrs. E. J. Nix Jr., of Charlotte. Mrs. Ovid D. Bennett of Nor- iting the Crosbys In Brooker, are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bridge' and Among those from here attend

Bertha 'andter N. C.. Is the house guest of Mr. folk Va., returned to the homeof their daughters, Mr, Ben Walters Mr. and Mrs. Donald McRae and ing the Laurttz Melchlor concertin '
For Your and Small Quantities of
Epperson Large
s. Oallit Eppe- and Mrs. W. L. Andrews, this her parents llr and Mrs. F. J, of New York and Mrs. Louise daughter, Carole, attended the circus Gainesville on November 16,

Mist Katherine week. Shaw. Friday of last' week while Thrasher Of Daytona.Mr. In Jacksonville Wednesday wore Judge and Mrs. E K. Ferryman reran! ..
Iflf Lak.. Butler were Mr. and. Mis F. T. Ulnas her husband evening of last week. Mrs. Edward Burns Miss
of Is being transferred
and Mrs. George and Mrs. J, W. Jackson and Mr\ T). E. : ,
|, of Mi Branford are spending the Thanksgiving to another base. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy and Evelyn Stump Knight MERRY CHRISTMAS AND.4'1lIAPpr
daughter Hlldarene of BacontonGa.
I Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. Lemuel!
rOfl weekend with their daughter Miss Dolores McKnlght, a ., are the Thanksgiving! weekend children spent Sunday of last week Colson NEJV YEAR
Mr Beth Smith
Foster Shi Smith ", Mrs. B. T. Merry
with Mrs.
Thomas. Mrs. 0
Mis and family Hardy's mother
and freshman at Florlda-Southein, in guests of Mrs...T. T Long. and William Colson.
[ as their Thanksgiving day I'I while Mr." Thomas Is hunting In Lakeland will be home with her Mrs. M. F. Brown and Mrs. J E. McGauley, In Palatka.Mr. .

,i, Mrs Smith's mother, Mrs. Georgia. parents Mr. and Mrs. Euatla Mo-.I H. Fields: drove Mrs. Brown'smother and Mrs. Troy Andrewa of Second hand lloyal desk typewriter DILLARD KEENE

lupse[ > lf Branford knd her Judge and Mrs.\ E, 1<:. Perryman Knight Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald: backto Morriston spent Thursday visiting/ Kxrcllnnt shape' 1 Term. 321 Starke Flo.

I and lamlly, Mr.i. and Mrs. have as their Thanksgiving day Mr. and Mrs E. T. her home in Tampa Tuesday of friends and relatives in the county. Bradford County T<'1pgraph.Mr. Temple Ave. ,
Springs. guests, Mrs. Clara L. King of :Mr. and Mrs. J. W of
High Peck of has Burgess
l-rigH' last .
Jacksonville were Sunday visitor week. Mrs. Fitzgerald and Mrs. Owen Vaughn have ..
pal Van Sickel returnedr Newton Ca., and Dr. and Mrs. of Mrs Mae Edwards and Mis] been visiting her daughter for several Miami are visiting Mr.and Mrs. O. returned from Tampa where th..ywere '..-r-: : :':- :i-:: :! : : :' '. : :-: : .. -
Saylcs of :Miami. Andrews this weekend
| horn I Los Angeles. Cal- The C'J Fay Gill. weeks. guests of Capt. and Mrs. H. .. .. .. ... "
\ fi, ': 'Switzerland N. and Mrs. II. K. Tyus and of Jacksonville .
family the
tecki ..'t'" her mother, Mrs. C. to their homeIn and daughter, Anise spent Wednesday spent and Mrs. Gordon Seeley nt their
Miami spent a few days with sons Kenneth and Harold, will of last weekend with Mr. and Mrs U S..1. %
Sr. night and Thursday home on Lake Chapman Last KOCH'SDrug
Epperson spend and
the Perrymans. Saturday Sunday visit Hutto.
week in Tampa visiting' Mr. and Sunday they were entertained at
Faulk of Jacfcsonformerh -I Mrs. Dale ing relatives in Chattahoochee. Mr. and Mrs. H.
Marion Van Sickel spent the Mrs. Melvin Vanderhoof. A. Manaasa of. the Beach home of Mr. and 1Irs.I I
| of Starke, has Just weekend In Mr and Mrs' W. E. Lakeland of
Gainesville as the fowling Mr." and Mr Sam Register of formerly Starke. Frank Heckes. Department Store
Jned Iron an extensive tour guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cone, have as their Thanksgiving day Tallahassee were weekend guestsof spent Saturday and Sunday with
I through the North- dinner Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. H V. Knight, Mrs.
o months I and attended tile rootball game guests Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cooper. Mrs. Steve Simmons.Mr. STARKE'S BUYING CENTER

Saturday.WANTED. Dowling Sr., Mr. and Mrs Gene Dr. Rosa Lynn of Tallahassee, and Mrs. W. T. Gamble and Merry Beth Smith and little son, -

Long and daughter Mary Ann. the Presbyterian minister for the daughter, Nancy of Jary. Ind., Cecil were among those from

and Mr and Mrs. Eugene C. Long month of November. ia staying at are Thanksgiving guests of Mr here attending the circus in Jacksonville -

and daughter, Martha Lois, of the the home of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. and Mrs M. J. Sndenwater.' last week. m
State Farm. Mrs. 'Carl returned last LARGE
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis spent I
Miss Johnnie Bennett and Miss Thanksgiving with their son-in- Friday after spending two weeks '
In f'lrcBl (Court Bradford r .. 'SELECTION
1,000,000 lb. Curtis Pecans Pat Perkins of Marianna are the law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. II visiting her son, Merton Clark Florldai 1 a Ihftnrrry.lluJye ty J

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Se- G. Davis Jr., in Tallahassee. who la in a veterans hospital atAugusta ( .ohrbaih (Jolrtapper. Plain
I tiff I v* Adolph (IOlda Defend
:MARKET PRICKS: at ALL TIMES: well from Thursday through Sun: Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips, Jr., Ga. ant.: Ca* No. m
day. The Sewells also have as of Macon, Ga, will upend the Mr. and. Mrs. Claude May of'' Order. of Publication And NetS. 'J'"

-WILL BUY ALL VARIETIES their dinner guests on' Thanks.i Thanksgiving weekend with their Hampton were supper guests of, Appear.Lloldui'per.STAIN tit"whose RI.OH1I r".h'en"e T lAdolph $1 Xmas CardsNOW

giving Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. FlynnSr. Mr. and Mrs.. Lester Kite last Mon and uddrHna IKI' TOil W. 172nd Htreut,
New York City New Yo'krYou I I
Mr and Mrs. Bill Tllley and ., of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.. O day.Friends nro reiUlr. to appear on
SEE US BEFORE SELLING! Drew Reddish. The Sewells and I J. Phillips of Lawtey. of Mrs. Elliott Williams I December 181h. 19511. In the abovenanei NOW ON DISPLAY

their guests visited the Marine. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and will be glad to know that she i Is Court*..k*and divorce cause&, r whereinplaintiff ..*tora-

RUSSELL GHEEN Studio In St. Augustine in the children were Saturday night Improving after being seriously 101of maiden name. Bradford IJIF" Name Engraved
ill. County TtdeKraph hall publliih thl*
afternoon.Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Oriti In next four weekly I
In' J. W. Abel has returned te 'VI In.... my hand and oft 10auo.1. I FREE!
311 Temple Ave Starke, Fla. W J. Fpperson Sr., and Dansby Orlando. Starke after at RturltK, Klurtdit, tillS November
daughter Mrs. Dale Van Sickel, Mrs. Clara L. Peek of Newton I spending the sum ISth, 195B.tOFJI'IC1AL.
1 mer in Ventor, N. J. He Is staying SWAM A. J. Thomas
were luncheon guests( of Mr. and Ga., formerly of Stance, is visiting A. Clerk of said' Court.
Mrs. T L. Van Sickle and relatives here for two weeks. Her at the Sauls home on McMaho fly Haven Crimbv, Deputy Clerk
Street. T Frank Lamlrum, Blanks, Florida
daughter. Lorena. In Gainesville son, Julian Peck of Atlanta Ga., Atty for rif. 1117! 4t ISIS|
Rev J.
I E. Dupreo of Live Oak
I Thursday of last week. ; was also here for the weekend.
I was the guest of Mr, and Mrs. J.
Here of Mr. Peek wilt I
Old friends
'. Mr and Mrs. ,Junius Smith and be interested to know that he is 1[. Dupree from Tuesday to Sat. MAY HE SEEN
l Mr and Mrs. \'{. H. Graham of urday of last week. PHONE 218
employed with the Atlanta PaperCo. YOU NEED NOW
Starke were joined by Mr. and
Maj. and Mrs. Richard Kldd, Jr., ,
CHARACTERand Mrs. Nat Sternberg and Dr. Sam Mra. R. L. Alvarez and daughterLinda and children of Kingsley Lake COLONIAlFLORIST FOR ON

Sternberg of Daytona at dinner have moved to Fort Walton .
well known standards of Service I! at the Keystone Inn Saturday eve Gail, will spend Wednesday. Kglin Field Florida. A BEAUTIFUL OUHCOUNTERS
Mrs. AI.varez' a .
through Saturday visiting: -
i ring- following the football game
have been earned and maintained by I in Gainesville. parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Sylvia Morse of Orlandc
| and Richard Morse of Gainesvillewill
Beckham In Edgar while Mr Alvarez
long years of.faithful attention in Mr. and Mis IP .Shepherd, Jr., is hunting In Gulf Hammock. spend the weekend with their BUY NOW While Stock Is Fresh and New I
and children Pat and Margaret parents, Mr. and
C. C. Stanton and children ofHastings Mrs W. II FLOWERS
Serving economically in this vicinity. returned to his home in New Morse. '
man, Ga. the past weekend after ].[rs. Ada were Alexander Sunday, guests Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Edwards, Jr. FOR ALL OCCASIONS The extreme care used In filling every prescrpltlon is

I spending ten diys visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. E. F .Miles had aIF left Wednesday evening for St. your your guarantee that you will get just what your )

DeWITT C. JONESPhone I here. their weekend guests Mr. and Petersburg to spend the weekend doctor ordered. Our pharmacists are skilled scientists
wlUi Mr. and Mrs. O. J. EdwardsSr
Mrs. W. G. Crocker and daughter. @ and you can count on them to fill all prescriptions

7 Starke, Fla. Carolyn Mrs. W. S. Wilder, and
FREE Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lawton, all of Chief and Mrs. Roy"J,,-Andrew quickly and accurately. '

Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Miles and and children of Green Cove Springs
Funeral Director For Prompt FREE Removalof
Ambulance Service DISH GARDENS
attended the U. of Naval Base were Saturday visit !!1
their guests .If.
'" e 1 Dead & Worth. '
f local funeral! home enables to offer Crippled, ors of Mr. and Mrs. R .0. Dansby
us conveniences and Miami football game Saturday. POTTERY
services not otherwise available. less Cattle, Horses, Mules. The II. A. Lawsons:: are entertaining Sgt.and Mrs. R. W. Reese ante! DRUG STORE

& hogs at a family dinner on children of Maxwell Field Mont. POTTED PLANTSFLOWERS .
StarkeWE Thanksglnvlng Including the J. T gomery, Ala., arrived here Wednesday I K' .0 C H
Call 132
bo with
a furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and Ewell and M. L. Lawson families. Mrs. Reose'fparents

cept AN-.7 life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY ALWAYS COME I Mrs. Ruby Johns and son, L. M Green, ,until Mr. and Mrs. Adam 53 Night 273-W
Tuesday. -
company, as payment In part.or In full on a funeral. Renderers Gaines, and Miss Marlon Hender Nona St Stark
Florida the weekend in Tampa Miss Mary Winkler, a senior at I
Consultation carries no obligation. son spent Florida State .. -
INC. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ben University, and "011I& _. _. .. _1mI" ...
nett. George Winkler, a freshman at U.
of F. are home for the Thanksgiving :-; '
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Mr. and weekend Mrs. E.with A. Winkler.Mr. their parents. ,, u -- ; III :

OUR COMMISSIONN Every Branch of and Mrs.. and Joyce Mrs.Hlnley M. C.of Ford Jackson Sr., rT I : ; Aiiiiii i'iEuii ei '" 1 I

) NO. 1 HOGS ONLY 2 PERCENT INSURANCER ville are spending Thanksgivingwith H;

Mrs. M. C. Ford, .Jr., and i

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELYIF h family.Mra. Bertha Pearce has Thanksgiving SPECIALIZING in REBUILDING 11 I s t

day guests, Mr. and Mrs, aa


Lane and daughter Mary Beth, of and CLOCKSFlorida j jtel
PLEASE PHONE _ Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. W.

Constant Service Over 50 Years .. __ __ ._ __ ._ __ __ _
Spending several days with Mr, ::.-: -:: n. _. -. : _.._ :- '" _. .__::.

-- -.- -- and Mrs. C. H. Naswortyiy are wra
YOUR Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Doaver*Mrs. E.

And Will ,Do Everything Possible to y, Roberts and Mrs. J. Vance of '

Brunswick, Ga.

Get You Top Prices. C THEATRE Mr. and Mr. James Moore) al1J1 l

(I .STARKE children:Mra. Moore's are Thanksgiving parents, Mr., guestsof and SHOP AND SAVE AT DENMARK'SUSE

iAINESVILLE MKT."Florida's Dedicated To Community Service Cove Mra I Springs.O. R. Rosenbush in Green

UVE STOCK "Movies Are Better =Than Ever"1
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubblns had OUR nUDGET PLAN '

as their weekend guests, :Mr. and
Market"Gainesville 1'
Oldest & Largest
Saturday., Nov.) 25 ONLY I Sun., Mon.. Nov. 26, 27 Mrs. J. Lewis Hall, River BufordJr. .

Fla. I-: i 0 0 e ., and Mr. and Mrs. Jack I3u- DE LUXE
DOUBLE FEATURE I ford of Tallahassee. Together with I ,
HAVER'LUoG/ : Mr. and Mrs. J. li. Kite they attended j Plasijecovered -

AllAN'ROCKY'LANEAND[ I I: AN : the football game in Gainesville 1

(e ASSIFIE I ; HIS, StALlION if ifJ e HAVEN, 7"y'S"Hill'; ;. Saturday. $22 95 and PLATFORMROCKERS

D )J\/ Y BLACK JACKS I 1..1'. o ....... ", b. Ben Rowland left Wednesday for up
-.- ---I _ 4 ..e... .' an eight day hunting; trip In St. 4
Rro' nEPAIHFOI QOOD: OPENIVa In liie: I.a. lie( Johns County. I ] Let Santa Bring One (or Christmas (ill. .. .
II ... Mr. and Mrs. Ted H. Osborne of
. "n. All ......1.. County for IlnwIeJifh tJ.Nt..dy JL' "
mINI0, .'hart... ...n..4 I. year-round lit; >i.i. _'arnaovKHary. Huston, Texas arrived Thursdayto *.. Fine Huilder.s
EIt. C- HBPHBKO) MldlUi-aired man Body .. .
I ''IIftII..,., Stark. ,PII."GU'li. tWf RawlelKh: :; prbdnsu\, profervd. )old spend the weekend with Mr r
her over 2ft )'",.,a. \VrtU at .'nce.Riving Osborno'fl parents, Mr. and Mr. Excellent t Pastime toe (Children ,
air. and experliwe K wTelKha -
I" ''KD RADIO, Dept. FAK.'N.U8. lJux A. Wood. _
"RT'IIloPIuooftApH", .:.". )..e.ate.dl', ..' Tenn.Ha7, DeSoto Station Memphis Up 2. __ ___ Bruce Durden of Jacksonville

IIAR1.ES .P- SHEPHERD Beach I Is spending the weekend S"
1'\ udlaon! St.., fitark FOR SALE 1341 Ford ,mverttbl I'Iiis L.\l'u.. SEWS; and "
: [IC PIT 1beulyShop" with hi* grandmother, Mr*. A. A
Cash or trade. Ca.toonTues. SOFA BEDS L$89.5OValue ]
'IALFp.o'al:: desk model typ. ; John, Rt. 1, Box (54 Starke. Durden.Mr. Covered Arms"i '
'n'r., 1&; Inch carrl.l *;.. A-I con !! ANDINSIDE and Mr.*. William Norris attended -
at i 5 Bradford Bc"h. Term. See d FOR SALE- Piano' rnrt onrlltlonContactMr :: ., Wed., Nov. 2S, 29 the homecoming In Ocala f1'a
o County Tile- fi. Urook-
K Iraz.'n.
_dl or, or call 7JJ 3i'ark. ltPCAPADL.S "THE ROCK! DESTINATIONTOKYO last weekend. The Norrl,,'. dough[
'I 0 HAULING tee, Mrs. J. C. Hltlman, Is s SALE
of kind
Wily Ja.k."onJackdon any, ... MATERNITY N'l;RSE |I 7.' -- '- ,
PS Tr a dlr cases or, hourh' ifnnt teacher In Uie Junior high school : 1'RICK e
165 or D-W.. tf formula.. .!' Al* car Bath fury Grant John Garfield< and their two grandchildren, De-

;ALE: a nice "* trees: lIa'u.i .- teach. Writ mother, Box proper 431-L I can 4tarke;f Inrant. PIu New. and "Hciwn ,,'rlt.-." lena Dodd and Patricia Dodd participated $69.50 Reg. $79.95 Val.
III> ,
-i liar.
eI Short In the homecoming pa. Sale
an b. Price
np1,0 ***n at 400 S
r. St or call Alrar WELL. FINISHED TUKKEY; TO13.r ade.
ftp 11124 '15o pr lb. at farm FarmFiorah Hnl, tic>m lb*.: Thurs. Fri.! Nov. 30, Dec. 1 Charles Knight of the UniversIty TERMS:
'"-flrarante.1l. to li'". all.! Fla.-Opal tip LL- _# : ..- '.-c'-';- of Florida 1* spending the $6.OOPerMonth $69.50
;t:, ,Afl5 Winn.r" from the ..
.. w. 't .. I Thanksgiving holiday ,with relatives
row ra Of JCIniiILake. ihaJdiN
ieI patrntnow POOR RENT- House at $
';'F.fr..Writ., for now, full modern ('onYL'nj.n' AI h..t, I f in Starke. I Sofa by Day See This Excellent Value
eatalOt. TY.TFX, nomfortable .I..eplnlf r..mA Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Child and .
E'OX 8JS. TYLEE cold runnln"" water F'. aIAcircuIatin RIO GRIll DE } IJfli) by Night THINK
oil heater. we 'I heatr J daughter, Marie, of Fort Pierce, '
tENT".4. I-room S as. ..e..03 I....'V. "tppIn'31aol lfr.n lip..7.at I have recently moved to Stark Make Your Living Room More Beautiful FATHER'S, GIFT '':!

C't."1quir Lak.' Xtn..l.Vrbourt Up. Mitchell. All ,I c4L1IChap. r JOHN WATHE:'M RDt O'HASA j I IV having purchased the Clovenettle ft !
CEMENT- 1 home store and filling station on
tDT I l.
' Aril"omea. apartment on. Ufl Indian Very Cnl.C ehea-mot..rt. ..Or.1villa Di.cl.d by JOHN FOR the Palatka hIghway.highway. .
.nr; t, r.. ,'he.I".. or unfurnUned A-t condition.Wahlln. Plandlnir C / A tcranie PICTURE g. :
0 your I 1211EXPERJEICED Denmark
Pr, n" JI.tJ."u for Klni.ley Lake. !tp .5 Furniture Co.
'* -- 'r'y-Car* Colley Pfun "From Liverpool to Btriat.I Mr. and Mr. C. P. Tlson of
' _, troiit JIIanouH" '
7 U tFu i Farm A- Bl-SISTESH- I 7 "JamM Bro of ,
alnutStphnn.Room7 wn-I Jacksonville were guest of Mrs.
ford" I
Travelogue and "Albert In '
Itp MAN want In their opportunity b..ln"t", hovenothinW i Serial' and *>\\enirUooulatM, Cartoon !i :Mlumlrrland Cartoon Are Moltt Wednesday of last PHONE 151 STARKE FLORIDA
.IIFjT': someone
d' apartm.nt. to .invest but ahi..l i; t ty And I week. --. .. .....IIIIb------. -
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By J\frs. J. L. Strickland

Mrs. Louie Carter was pleasantly
surprised Nov. 11, when hereon
Leon, drove up to the gate. He
had not been home on leave 81nce
he was called to the Army In 1f
September. He Just had the weekend -
off, but all made most of his
short stay. A number of the near
relatives, as well as a host of
friends, learned that Leon was at ,
home and called to Bee him. It
seems he didn't have much free
time with his parents. On Sundayhis
only sister, Mrs. Richard Mos-
ley of Highland, Mr. and Mrs 8 P.M.
Henry Carter of Maxvllle, Mrs. Wednesday Nov. -
Hattie Mosley of Mlddleburg, Bry-
ant Carter, an uncle, of Doctor's ,
Inlet, all came to see Leon Sun-
day and stayed as dinner guests.
But as all pleasant meetings have
to break up, this one did also.
Leon had to be back at Fort Ben-
ning at 11 o'clock Sunda" night.I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields BHS Tornadoes vs. Green Cove Springs'BRADFORD
drove up to our front gate Sun-
day in a Nash car Instead of the
panel truck they had been comingIn.
We were not expecting themor
to see them In an overgrown car
like they came in. They stayed
and ate chicken with us.
Mrs. Harry Padgett and little
son are doing fine. We hope to ,
have them In Sunday School be-
fore long. Harry and Lillian attended ADULTS STUDENTS75c
Sunday School regularly
i when they were able.
Richard Lang is home from Lutz
where he has been for some time. 75c S 1950 SCHEDULE
The boya of our Junior Class In
Sunday School are selling Christmas -
cards in order to buy Bibles
I for each boy and the one girl in the
class. They are pretty good sales BHS-26
men, and are Interested in getting -
Bibles of their own so they will -"
have them to bring to class. f-i.w: : S .'
We wish to announce that 4' J/ SEPTEMBER 29 SEABREEZE-13 BHS-6
preaching services will be held at t
the 11 o'clock hour at the Mission r',:, '.: "' r" '
Station Instead of at night art the: OCTOBER 6 PALATKA -14 BHS -- 6
first .and third.Sundays of each .

t each month.Sunday BYPU night will just be as at'it 6:30 has : : p OCTOBER 12 P. K. 'YONGE 6BHS 28

been. We hope this meets the approval -

{S .at'on the Duck second of Pond all. and or Preaching Padgett fourth Sundays Is Church held '. "." ': i; OCTOBER 20 ALACHUA 6 ,-- BHS 19

have at Eugan 2:30: been p.Padgett taken m. tells from us across the trees the 'rr' 7,:: d OCTOBER 27 CRESCENT CITY 0'BHS' 18 "

'road and leaves and trash cleanedup

from around the church build- NOVEMBER 3 DELAND 13 --- BHS 19
ing. lie went over to help do the ,
work, was a little late, and all

were done. gone.We 'are But glad the to work'hear this.was I NOVEMBER 10 LAKE BUTLER 6e-- BHS 6

Maybe we will not have to clear a
right of way next Sunday when.we a '
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Mrs. Bryan Whltneld
t rrI
Bridge Club Meeting w
When Mrs. Dennis Fancher entertained .

the State Farm Bridge :

Club at her home Thursday after- ...... .
noon of last week she carried out ..

tractlvely.the Thanksgiving The decorative theme moat blossom at.- Compliments of Best Wishes Team I Onward, Tornadoes! Compliments of

the .dessert were ,chrysanthemums served before and the Lawson's Market & Cold Storage FLORIDA THEATRE PURE SERVICE STORE C. H/Nasworthy

games, was pumpkin pie. On this See the Tornados< boat but eat Lawson's meat! U.S. 801 at Road 100 General Supplied
occasion Mrs. H.M. Rlcharde won .... The home of good,entertainment, ., 4 = ,. ,. ",.
high prize and received a ''box of: ,.
powder. Mrs. L. F, Chapman had I
second high score and her award See you at Bradford Park tonight ..' Come on out and boost our team Best wishes to the team Bring home the bacon, boys!
was clothes h ngers. In bingo
:Mrs. P. D. Fancher won gladioli ALVAREZ STORE Western Auto Associate Store SETZER'S SUPERSTORES KOCH DRUG STORE

bulbs. .
Community ''Club MeetingAt KsC ISM J. F. Jandonmft Starke, Florida Starke, Florid

the regular meeting of the I .

Community Club last week Mrs ,. .. rrrrjmm ... I.. ,
It. first ---- -
F. Chapman vicepresident -
preplded. Following the : Best wishes, ofFlorida I,. Electric Service & Supply It's a pleasure to back the Tornadoes Mow em down Tornadoes
opening ritual, routine business
Bank at Starke GUIDON GRILL C. H.
was attended to with reports from J. B. KITE OWNER Driggers
chairmen of standing committeesMrs. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I' S .
P. D. Fancher and Mrs. J. I* Member Florid National Group Let's Support the Tornadoes George Kopelousos Furniture Company
.. ,, ,rII -
William were hostesses and served ,
cookies with coffee. A profusion .. ,.r-
of exquisite faU blossoms enhancedthe .. "
charm of the club room. Let's go, Tornadoes! .. Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes A good team like the Tornadoes ,
Closed. I we've '
tonight- gone to'the garnet! -
During the past week Mr. M. CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE Starke Builders *' deserves
Supplies support
E. Oriner was the guest of Farm CO "
friends while enroute from Pensa- ,
cola to Orlando.Mr. 'I i The Rexall: Store ,,1 'r- Carl John BARKSDALE'SGEM
-, Phone 118. Starke. rL -
and Mrs. Jack Nelson of v .. ,. I .
Jacksonville were visitors of Mr. -" I" ,-
and Mrs. R. W. Brannen last week .55 _SS
Be present tonight to cheer our boys to"
end. victory Support the Tornadoes with your presence Everybody out for tonight's game! j' 1 JEWELRY
\ MTs- beWltt Sinclair returned:

Wednesday from Moultrie Oa., L. B. Alvarez Service Station DOWLING AUTO SALES Ed Simpson _
where she had visited her mother, Farn), Home & Auto Supply I Seaboard Railroad Watch Inspector
Mr. Z. H. Clarke, for two weeks Temple*Call Streets ,
Among those attending the circus ,. "
In Jacksonville last Wednes- t tati ,. mamm" mmHm ,
day were Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Cald-
well Dr. and Mrs. D L. Nix. Mar We're behind you. Tornadoes! You'll arrive safe at the game with Compliments of Best wishes from

garet Nix and Frances C aid well. TORODE CHEVROLET CO. Olson's Refrigeration Service INC.
Mr. and Mrs P. S. Crews had FIRESTONE TIRES SLADE GAS CO.,

a* their visitors during the past Sale A Servicemmii I. P. Roberts Motor. Well meet :you at'the game: Geed tae Tomadoe
week Mrs. Bill Atwood of Jacksonville .
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and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shawof V
LaCrosse. II .. O ,.
Inman Greene of Starke and
Miss Melba Stringfellow spent the Compliments of STARKE' MOTOR'COURT' Compliments of DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
past weekend In Jacksonville as S. R.Johns Grocery GUT
guesU of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bark- ANDREWS
We'... Tornado fans I Starke's Leading :Motor Court Power & Light Co. We're proud to be Tornado boosters.

ley.Safer ... -
tamaSiCompliments S S
is-1 mmma ;
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Cough Relief I'
Best of luck from from Compliments of
1W hey a lWxfi drat or old faIl to stop Let's
flU game.
the stands for tonight's
chest cold don't
I yar or Alfta only safe,daisy.1pofuredJat CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY H. C. WALL AGENCY THE BRQWN DERBY
,w sad no nsr SERVICE
_i to. dittnrb zutm.', prix rs. It General Insurance AH kind ef lasnranee "Food as famous,aa Its name" WINKLER ELECTRIC
joes ftgot seat of the trouble to I ,. -r -r5 .
aid Bftmr= *and teal bwre ten sos e# sisal. sasatliss s.eoeml.e .
bronchial 1II8 I nper e& s.assoa.
pleas*you or druggist f
rhmd.moan ns*stood
the art of many mflUnns of o.srs.CREOMUL'SION.

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u. 1950l'iO /
gti1BER: i it

Methodist ChurchThe Meeting and FIsh Fry Saturday meeting of the sub-district MYFIn named Court and cause, wherein dene Is Unknown i
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford TOil are required to appear on
night. Starke a last Monday. They County Telesraph this December Ilth 11110. in the above
Starke First Methodist Church of Charles L. Wiggins' of San Diego LAW\ TEY.L were accompanied 'to Starke by Order Witness In next my hand four and weedy official Issues.seal plaintiff named. Court seeks and dlvoros.cause, Bradford wherein :l

cordially invitee you to Calif., Is spending a 30-day II. Ftch Mr. L. H. Futch and. Dr. and at Stark, Florida, this November, County: Telegraph shall publish this
worship on Sunday, November 26. leave here with Ms parents, Mr. Mrs Walters.Mrs. 8th. 1'5 Order In next four weekly lasues.Witness s It
hand and official seal
Church School begins at 9:45: a. and Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins.' W. K. Torode and Mrs. .Clerk of said CourtBy at Starks, Florida, this November4th .
m. with MYF ENTERTAINEDThe Haven Crosby, Deputy ClerkT. UIO.OFFICIAJ'A.
a Sunday School class for Guests of Mr.
and -
Intermediate MYF and their Lucille Hyatt and daughter Sue Frank Landrum Stark*, Florida BEAD A. J. Thomas
every age group. The morning Wiggins Sunday, In honor of I Invited of Kingsley Lake were visiting Attys. for Pit. 11110 4t 1111 A. Clerk of said Court

church service will be held at 11 their son. Charles, who Is home on I Friday guest afternoon were entertainedlast at a party Mrs. Effle Miner last Sunday af !. Clml. O.;;:-;;..,.... C..sly, Ray Bjr Haven Sheldon Crosby Sheldon Deputy Building Clerk
o'clock In the Woman's Club. Rev.T. leave were Dr and Mrs. F. H. ternoon. Florida !. C........,... Daytona Beach Florida,
L Church I II At The Tabernacle G. Mitchell will preach on the Schnauss and three sons. Mr. and given by Miss Mary Ann Wells Robert C.F McKinley. Plaintiff- .,! vs.. AUJ''. for Plf. 11U 4t till(
I topic "The World Is My Parish. Mrs. N. H. Wiggins and daughter: one of the group at the home of M"KlnleJ'aP., No. 114* !. Clmlt C.."'*. Br*.,... C_...,..
a Be to God" Is the ser-' Practice for the Thanksgiving The evening church service will of Jacksonville and M. F. Wiggins: her grandmother Mrs. Effle Miner. ADDRESSESOF Order Of r.HI<-.tf.. Add N*
by Rev. Lewis Halnes program at the Tabernacle la progressing be held at 7:30: o'clock in the Meth. of New River brothers and sister! Mrs. Walter assisted the young JNTEREST Mra Appear Margaret BTATR F.OHPLOltlOA"" n'ml whoeeresidence riarvln Catherine W.MoCurdy McCurdy, Defendant/, Plaintiff vs.

L ay morning at the First; satisfactorily and will be odist Educational Building.o.fter of Lawrence Wiggins.Mr. I people present with were their Patsy games Wainwright Those, mond; Road and Btaten address; Island 4,Illoh.New Order Of r.kll..a".. ASJ Cue<| 1'1.S'o..!..IUI....
of Starke. The I presented Sunday evening In con a gospel song service Mr. Mitchell and Mrs. Guy Plnholster,' Vernell M. Moody PMB 17249, York Affrmr STATID or FLORIDA Toe ".
urch nection with the will preach Jackie and Connie Harley. Adel Lewlsburg, Pa. Tou are required to appear onne".mb..r Catherine McCurdy, whose) rssldsao
muale cU. Day of Prayer ob on the subject, "ChristIi Jr
of In the abovenamed
Hiring special Jacksonville visited Mra.] Ilth 1150.
and and Is Unknown
Starling Lynda Hilda Crews, address :
withova servance. The Way." Ivan M. Bernkopf, change from Court and cause, wherein ;
Mrs Luclle Green Rosa Plnholster and Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Lee, Delyne Crews, Donald plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford You are required to appear on .
[ at the Hammond. There .will be a guest speaker at The Senior and Intermediate Wilson Green Sunday.Mr. Carter David and the Pennsylvania to Keystone HeightsJohn Bounty Teleejrapt shall publish this December. Ilth, IDtO In the wherein abovenamed
Browning B. change from Order In net four weekly. Issues.Witness Court and cause,
7:30 Rev. the Sunday morning hour and the Methodist Youth Fellowships meet and Dye seal plaintiff seeks divorce.I Bradford
evening at Mrs Harley Shaw of hostess Mary Ann Wells. Their my: hand and official
me88ag. will be The following Sunday morning Rev. at 6:30: every Sunday evening for Ziff section Mr. and Mrs. John pastor Dr. W T. Walters was an Starke Lauderdale.to 620".SB. 26th Ave., Ft. at elk Storks 1050 Florida, this November County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.Wltneas thlOrder .
will followlar Fred Hlnesley. recently returned programs and discussions. Following Shaw and OFFICIAL A. mr hand and official seat
;power" and son. Leland. and Mr. Invited guest of honor. (I AsEClerk said Court at Btarke, this Novembersth.
Happy Hour service ofL from Pine Bluff, Ark., will occupy the evening church service and Mrs. Dave Shaw of LaCrosse Mary Ann assisted by Patsy !. ClrvejK ('.....t. Bradford.. .,....,.. By Haven Crosby of Deputy Clerk 1110.OFFICIAL. Florida
gospel choruses led by the pulpit. there Is a Fellowship Hour for all visited Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Mann Walnwrlght. served refreshments Martha KlorMai, I!*. Ckaacerr.Pearson Plaintiff, vs. T. Frank I-nndrum Stark 11110 Florida ( *As SEAL' Clerk) A.of said Court M
duo of Mrs. Morse Special music wUl be rendered at young people. Judy Green and Sunday.Mrs. consisting of homemade cookies Platt Q. Pearson, Defendant. Attic for Plf. 4t 1111I. I By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk

It Mann.rgan all Sunday services, and the Bible Jimmy Fellowship Green Hour are this In charge week. of the Pitt Baxter visited her parents and Ice cream during the after- Order .r f>..lt.atl..s> Cue...d "iv No...le*1141 S.Appear Klorldai. Clrrmlt>.1'.art..ndf..d.-..).._ry. Ceaaty, T. Frank. for PltArum.Sta llilO Florida.Attys. 4t 1111.
School meets at 9:45 taught. All are Invited to bring Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis, noon. Plait n.. STATE Of rLORlnA T.l William J Shoemaker Plaintiff vs.
Bibles to the services. All children between the Pearson whose raaldenoa Hilda a(. Shoemaker befendant. T
ratalf of 80 officers andto ages of Jacksonville last week' due .to ELECTION Is Unknown, Cue No. 1141
the more than of 6 and 12 are invited to attend Illness of her father. CALLED Ton are required to appear on Order Of P.fcHa.l.. Aad Nolle T.
AIRPARK BAPTIST the Children's Hour conducted Mayor O. J. Anders has calledan December 4th, I960 In the above pp>ev IITATIII OP FLORIDA TO '
attend. E. C. Mann. Jr., CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Mel Vickery of election to be held In the City named Court and came, wherein Hilda M. !!Shoemaker whose reel- Let Us Thoroughly
TralnL Sunday School, 9:45: A. M. every Wednesday afternoon at 3:15: plaintiff' seeks divorce, rarer 0....
ll 1 niperlntendent. in the educational Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. Hall on Tuesday. December 9, for tody and control of minor chil
Morning Worship, 11 A. M. building.Beginning Wash Your Clothes
gather at 6:15: with J.L Earl Green Sunday.Mr. the of the following I dren PYadford County Telegraph I
and Unionage Evening Service 7:30: P. M. Wednesday, Novem purpose hall puhllnh this Order In next it
director, a and Mrs. Hamp Connely of officers to serve during the four weekly Unties.Witness .
Prayer Meeting ber 29, at 7:30 0 Poands
every Thursday : p. m. Rev. T. O. WELDINGWe
hand and official' seal
group. Ocala. B. W. Mott of Hague and next year: One Mayor one my
evening 7:30: o'clockL. Mitchell will conduct a Bible Study at Starke, Florida I this November
k service is held each N. C. Sutton of Gainesville were Marshall, one City Clerk and end, 1960.tOFFICIA6.
G. Hemingway Pastor. and prayer meeting the For 40c!
at 7:15: and will be supper guests' of Miss Mary Mott three Councilmen for a term of BRAT.) A. JT Thomas
y Gospel of St. Luke as the Bible As Clerk of said. Court.
by a S. S. Teacher's and CATHOLIC CHURCH study. There Is cordial and Mrs. Mattie Sowell Saturday two years each. The Members of By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk FREE Bleach If Desired t twewin
a welcomefor
Ijupper at 6, and followed night. the Council whose terms expiresthis Martin J. Pearl, III Consolidated
Sunday Mass 6:13: a.m. you at all of the services. Hid*, Jacksonville, Florida.
rehearsal at 8. Suaday: School 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes and year are H. C. Harley J. S Ally., for Pit. 1113| 4t 11134 f ,1"1
I Shuford, Jr., and H. C. Kelly. ---
(illation la extended to Week children of Dukes were dinner
Day Mass 8:30: .
St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. !. Or...t reart. Bradford Craa'y.
forshlp and to enjoy the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mar, Mrs. Harris of Gainesville was Florida t !. rbaaxwry. .
the dayBible B. E. Simmons B. D., Vicar My and visited relatives Emanuel James Karhan, Plaintiffvs.
from "singing here Sun
orshlp" Study Is every Wednesday visiting her cousin Mrs, Frank I Leah Oustln. Karhan:: Defendant. offer the) people of Stark
at 7:45: Thursday Nov. 23-8 a. m., day.Mr. Hones, during the weekend. Case No. 1411 Dry Your Clothes-
Holy Communion. 9:30: a. m. Union and Mrs T. W. Markey enjoyed Mrs. A, H. Harley Is spendingsome Order .f _.""."0. ..d w*.le* t. and vicinity one of the) most i
Thanksgiving Service at First] a fishing trip to the Suwannee time at Hellbronn Springs asa Ijah Ouatln Karhan whoa. residence modem and finest equipped For 20c
Christian Church. River Thursday.Mrs. guest 'of her son and family S, Is UnknowatYou
i to la New Automatic Drier t ,
are required appear on 1
(FOR YOUR MgJ Vk REQUIREMENTSIt Sunday, Nov. 26- 9am. Holy, Mattie Sowell was In Ala- C. Harley.Mr. December 4th, 150, In the abovenamed welding' shop anywhere.All .
Communion. 9:43: a. m. Church chua on business Friday afternoon.Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, Jr., and plaintiff Court seeks and dlvorc cause, Bradford wherein Work GuaranteedSMITH'S M

School. Classes for all ages. 11' and Mrs. T. W. Markey family of Atlanta were In Lawtey County Telegraph shall publish this
t Pays To Trade 1 With Slade / 'I Order In next four weekly Issues.
were In Gainesville .
Friday weekend rda
a. m, Morning Prayer end ser shopping. during the visiting Witness my hand and official seal GARAGEAND
mon. afternoon. I tives. at Starke, Florida, this OctoberiUt
PROPANE GAS Friends of little Eddie Douglasare Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Roberta uae.OFI'ICIArA. BEAD A. J. Thomas MACHINE SHOP The WasheteriaTemple I

GAS AppllancN. Presbyterian Church glad that he Is home after be. went to Deland last Sunday to A. Clerk of said Court. Temple Ave. Stark. *
ing a patient in Alachua County spend the day with her father, J By Haven Crosby Deputy lll| 4t Clerk It(lit Ave. Stark'

SLADE GAS COMPANY foe. Sunday School 9:43: a. m. Hospital last week. H. Tatum. ,- 1
Mr. and Mrs. Williams Mayor and Mrs. O. J. Anders I. Chests Crarf. Bradford. V..sly, .
Morning Worship 11 a. m. SerMon and chil- FlMldai !. V.........
by Rev. R. Ross Lynn. Text: dren of Odom. Ga., were dinner and son, Billy were In Jacksonville Roeoo Caput, Plaintiff ye Atari,
E. Call St. Starke. Fla. last afternoon. Caput,, Defendant. Cue No, Ilia
"Give nail guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Saturday
us a In the Holy Place. '
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mtmi f fmmmmmmtiff Hmfmi mf HmmH m m iHer. Order *f l klla Ezra 9::5. Green Sunday. 11'. .R. Carradlne was a business Appear, STATSJ or FLORIDA T., SEE US '
Invited Mr. and Mrs. Everett Galney visitor to New York last week. Maria Caput, whose residence li ;{
The public Is cordially unknown
Lewis D. Haines Pastor were In Gainesville shopping Saturday The I. L. Wainwright family of Tou are required to appear on FOR YOUR
Gainesville visited relatives here December 4th, l60On the above
I named Court and cause, wherein I
Church Of Christ
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Haien of last Monday.Mr. plaintiff seeks d ICub'I d SEA FOOD :
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T BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Corner 10th and McMahoa Jacksonville visited his parents, and Mrs. J. R. Hall and I Order county In Telegraph next four this ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hazen last mall son were visiting relatives In I Witness my hand and :rCIi.i: "
tenon\ &: Court Streets In The Heart Of Town Bible Preaching School-10 A.A.M.M and 7:30P. I week-end. Lawtey last Sunday evening.A. at Situ.Rtarks UIO.OrrICIAI Florida this October Fresh Fish & Oysters I

PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 M. N. C. Mott and little Glenn Lay- M. Blanchard one of our MJAL! ) A. J. ThomasAs ..,.,-

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study field of Gainesville spent last oldest citizens, had the misfortune A7r Haven Crosby Clerk: of' said\ Court Clerk -.,,::/" Dressed Free '
weekend with Mrs. N. C. Mott. to fall and break his hip last Wm. D. Marian, r Clark: Build.
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M.. 7:30 P.M. each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. Ina- Jacksonville Florida.'
Mrs. Rob Allen of Ft. Myers Saturday. He Is confined to St. I Attrs. for Pif. 1IS| 4t 11114 :
lay School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15 P.M.\ Everyone welcome. Mrs. Ophelia Moore and sons and Lukes Hospital now for treat. .. ClrmH C..rl..r.dfed_ Ce...r, MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET

|D-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. CHURCH OF GOD Marshall Mott of Starke visitedMr. ment. ......... !. C........... ,
., and Mrs. N. C. Mott Sunday. Mrs. Emma, Hill and Mrs. Mae Joseph Vsfora Plaintiff ".. Anastasl. CLYDE W. COLSON
s ss fcs se P> a t eS .s>i* <1 ss s. as> s ) il Na>ias sS s > Sth & St. Clair Sts. la Vehra! Defendant. Ca. No. sue
God" Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hlers were Wells were vlstlng A. M. Blanchard Order 01 _.....tt.. Aaid Nolle* I'S Ph. *43 X04 B. Call St. SIMb
11 A.M.: "Thanks Be to Sunday School 10 a.m. :
Appear rR' OF
in Jacksonville last Sunday i
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Sunday.Mr. > ; .lraTt .a. whoa reeldindeand !
7:30: ( P.M.The Christian's Power"A Sunday Evening Service T:30: and Mrs. W. E. Blgham A group of the senior M. Y. F. address Is Unknown < I
: in Madison officers /were attending a business You are required to appear on ,
P. E. Service Tuesday T:30: p.m. were Sunday. December Ilth 110, In the abo..enn r
Mr. and Mrs. O. W Barry visIted _
Prayer Meeting Thursday : p.m
Friendly Invitation From A Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crewsof R.B.ALVAREZ&SONBros. TSTORAGE Coe ; ,

{Friendly Church Extended To All Jacksonville Sunday. 'TODAY'S .,

9 BROOKERBy !. Clmlt C..rt. Bradford Ceea'r, We> operate laced
Klrld.| !. Cliaaeevy.Herbert J
If Qrlffln Plaintiff vs. TWO MOST REPULSIVE SINS"What Ihr ;l lomg distance
lye Mae Lewis Lillian Griffin Defendant. $ anywhere la V. 8. !
Case No. 11(1
Order .f Pa..'....... AB. !1'1.' "*. esAppear. are they Hear the answer to this

New River Asnoclatlonal .Orlffln HTATKJ, whose OR1 FLORIDA residence and TOlLillian question Sunday night by attending the t, EXCELLENT tl
00 Sunday School! Mam Meeting address I. In car of T. W, C. A.,

A large crowd of people attended Atlantlo You are. City required New Jersey to appear on First Baptist Church, Hampton 'eL r _EL 8Toa.tOJil.
our Sunday School Mass Meeting December loth, 11(0, In the abovenamed
$5 Court and cause, wh.r.lnpl.lntlff : FACILITUCS'
held here at the Baptist seeks divorce. Bradford 'r i
Church Thursday night. The meet. I County Telegraph shall publish this 10 A.M. Bible School 11 AJVf. Moral*; Worship For
Down Order In next four weekly Iflsues.Witness 1:80: P.M.-.TV. Agents _
the Associational
opened by
ing was my hand and official seal ".

Supt., Mrs. Harold Griffls, witha :at Itth atarke, 19ftO.I Florida, this November -A Real Church Home for Bible-believing DeIcher j. See us first f j''
very Inspiring devotional. Afterwards I (OFFICIALA BEAT,) A. J. Thomas ;
associations! problems were Clerk of said, CourtWv Christians .
I .
Haven Crosby Deputy ClerkT.
discussed and a picture Dim was Frank Landrum, atarke. Florida.

Will Reserve Any shown titled "Take Every MemberOf Attys. for Plf._---11)7. ) tt Itl* ,1.p
the Family To Sunday School. r"J

The meeting was closed and refreshments L
of drinks and cake .,

\\ttaytag Washer were served. Ask Your Gas Station Man !I.. ra/ \,,

W. M. U. Study Course.Mrs. .

Lois bowling of Pine Grove :
Baptist Church taught the W. M

For Christmas On Our I There U. Manual were Tuesday a large at the number church.of BIOS MOBIU'S l'ROCKEI"INO/NlfB7NS l ;

ladles present. During the noon ,1
hour refreshments of coffee and r

sandwiches .were served.

Convenient Lay-Away Plan Birthday Brown Mrs.of and Louise Jacksonville Honored Mrs.Cogglns. Willie, J., W.Miss Scarborough Brownof Iris- WITH SMOOJUHISS. POWER AND [CO HOMY OH

Rldgeland, S. C., Mr. and Mrs.

Mrs.Stringburg O. P. Hale of Keystone and son, Heights Mallette GAS OlIN I AYAILABU

of Lake Butler were dinner guests [VEBYWHMlHere's 11//JAY! i1II
rr of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Brown and
Mrs. Mary Green honoring Mrs.

Brown's birthday Sunday-

y Only :Masonic Meeting" .A: Fish. Fry -
Howard Douglas -. .;. -
Wilson Green. .. ::
$$5 Russell Green. H B. Crosby. Wally -- tto
Crews Joe Breeden and Raymond

l 47 Faulkner attended the Masonic = 1 a

Down a o Mstran we'd like you to "'k.
Wee nest time yon drive in for (ssi "What +)f fdal

you think oJOUunobOft'Rocin' J

Pr HOTIC6PECANS Engine Cbsnccs are the attendant J i.
will tell you that the "Rocket" +

tope its field in smoothness, quietness,
... sad quick-acting power. Hell Ir

probably explain: that the "Rocket's" _

ih-eoinpressioa design (rives. it

ALL YOU DO is $5.00 down a small regular that thrilling response. We're sure
pay hell tell you that the "Rocket"
f tekly payment until this Christmas and a brand WANTED sees gssolinei available everywhere

e" MAYTAG WASHER will be reserved for toJy-and makes every gallon go along

tar. way! Your gss station mac knows
O his engines, and he knows motor .

ear values, too.That's why we think

Highest Prices Paid naTl Id yoni "Yes. sir. mister A OsMOUl BOTOM YAWl

Old noba '. a smart dell"! \ i,

lECTRIC SERVICE CONTACT. .dds./Y. BrA.,.wd...g..a/paw.. OLDSMOBILE I I!


state Farmers Market Torode Chevrolet Be COURT STREETS

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Nimrods Slow 'Getting The Spirit' ;

i Accident Claims I TreL4r I Judge County Reports License Sales'Below Par I EXTRA SPECIAL!

Open season on game animal phasls on duck bunting. Most inquiries

Three Lives and nimrods begins Thanksgiving come from New Jersey,, ''1ti
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Day, and will continue until February Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and : I / i

from 1) Ie 5, 1851. After that date< New York, Mrs. Howe said. "
(Continual page 1 e
survivors will return to norms Starke merchants who sell .
order to eliminate the possibility pursuits until next season.! clothing and equipment for hunt- EXPERTS

that curious onlookers might be In spite of the frlff.itful tati! Ing were questioned about the effect WITH ACME PARTS

" struck by passing! cars. Shields tics from other years informatlo of hunting season on their

aid he had to make two trips gleaned from the sale of hunting, .1 business this year. t I "
to get the car since It was pul- I. I
and it waa Impossible > licenses and Federal duck stamp Al Carlisle of the Bradford
varized into Junk
automo In Bradford county and fror County Hardware Co., said that
to tow as an
Starke merchants who sell hunting; his sales of hunting equipment and
t indicate that there will. to be
bile.Mr left equipment ammunition did not seem
and Mrs. Bennett be fewer hunters on the prowl In affected by the ap
Bennett, Jr., '
Richard !
two sons '
1 tha; I ICLin
1 Bradford County this year season, and gave as one
about 23: of Daytona Beach, i proaching
and Bobby, 16, "of Lawtey. : K, ''It+rr if last.This possible reason the fact that last
'Mr. Bennett's survivors Include I L- a1 year, County Judge K. K. year's sales were higher than

T. Bennett and Perryman has sold 64 state hunting usual. "This indicates" he said,
three brothers H. 1
Bennett both of t fV licenses and 49 county licensee "that hunters In general were M
Last year he sold about twice\ that overstocked last year especiallyIn

Johnny three sisters Bennett Mrs. Hazel LawteY'1 many, he said. Only tired! Fedei. shells, and they still have.
btamps wer, hand to use this sea-
Lawtey, Mrs./ Mildred al migratory game enough on (
Starkp, and Mrs. I.. C. Smith, sold at the pout office thin year son."
I compared to 37 sold last seasor. W. II. Graham, proprietor of -
Branchvllle, S. C. ,' .,wY h CASs
rue *
of a last minute boots 535
? Development Alvarez' store, said hunting ,
Surviving'! Mrs,, Bennett are seven how- PRICE
may change this picture, and boot-
brothers Albert and Wilmot caps, pants jackets
Starling Lawtey Alonzo Starling' socks had been selling fairly well. MAIL ORDERS FILLED SEND $1.00 DEPOSIT
of Hellbronn Springs Pearce I the season opens today "W. .wouldn't sell .too many, high 10-DAY TRIAL PLAN ONE YEAR GUARANTEE

Starling, Anthony and Joe Buck for quail, deer, turkey an grade boots if we dldn't get the EVENING DEMONSTRATIONS GIVENAcme
Jack.on-I f4e uqulrrels the opening date Cu hunting trade," he explained.At .
and Brooks Starling of - -
ville; three sisters, Miss Louise' : ducks and geese Is set for November Western Auto store, J. F. -

Stalling, Mrs. Lorene Starling,, I J, I 27r next Monday, and ope'I Jaudon. said he had seen a little I Vacuum Stores

and Dire Lcnnh Crawford, all of GURGLE, GUHOM:, GURGLE That stuff you see pouring out season for doves begins on De increase In sale of shotguns and 412, W. Forsyth St. Jacksonville

Hellbronn Springs. I Police of the Jugs In the picture above Is pure (1)) moonshine, maybe 100 cember 17.Closing and rifles, but that he hasn't par- I Fa| .
City I like a free home
The funeral services for Mr. and proof or more'-who knows? Anyway it's all going down the sewer date for ducks and gees..! ticularly pushed for sales on these guaranteed Rebuilt Electrolux of a full.

Mrs Bennett were held Tuesday under the watchful eyes of State Beverage Department District Sup Is January 5, and dove Reason rum items. I Vacuum Clean ,

afternoon In Evergreen Cemeterynear I Nab 120 Gallons ervisor Ira B. Mcleod, (left) and Supervisor A. B. Auvil ((2nd from to January 15. February 5 Is the complete with 7 attachments for $13.93.

Ralford with the Rev Edward ; left), all of Ocala. Others in the photo helping dispose of 'the powerful final. date for all other hunting. NAME: --------------- ---'

Massey! Baptist pa3tor of i potion are, left to right, Night Patrolman M. M. Morgan. Night Mrs. Marian Howe reports that i I ADDRESS __---_----._______._....__ __-

Lawtey, officiating. Patrolman B. S. Overstreet and (at right) Patrolman E. R. McKnight. from all the correspondence received CITY ____-_._________._____ STATE

The DeWitt C. .Jones. funeral Of Moonshine Mayor J. R. Wainwright helped, too. That's him standing up In the. by the Starke Chamber of! I- ..1"-YOU -LIVE ON-"U""L'-HOUTg.-!!: WAIT-!!: DI; ; Ti04CHOUSEeMjI1C '

home In Starke was In charge of I rear,.with the wistful look. (Telegraph! Staff photo by Trent Rogers..]) Commerce from out of state people -
at least ten per cent contain
arrangements.Mr. After saving five gallons of impounded
and Mrs. Bennett were both moonshine for evidence, lie convenience failed to appeal queries about the hunting and

members of the ,Lawtey Baptist I State Beverage Department men Circuit Court and their bonds were forfeited, fishing in this area. Question : 1 U5

Church. last Friday authorized Starke city Florida State Railroad Commission range from turkeys to alllgatoi __'%. o ; s3'i3 rKK'sws 3 < s'1;

Mrs. Bennett, born in .Lawtey officials to pour into the sewer the law requires that a vehicle carry hunting, with equally strong em- i -

May 16, 1901, was the daughter of remaining 120 gallons of illicit Ends Brief TermThe a Railroad Commission Tag if II L., 44k -

the late Jim Starling and Mra. whiskey seized here at 4 a. mNovembet' ., Is used for certain types of com- Hunters Warned ''JrE14ll

Nettle. Griffia Starling, who survives. Oth. mercial hauling. That Camp BlandingIs c liJ

Night Patrolman Billy Over fall term of Circuit Court These defendants were: ..
Funeral service for Walter Orlf- Posted AreaCol. :
street and M. M. Morgan arrested last week saw two defendants sentenced Edward DeGerald, $3C
fia were held In Klng Lake Hartley
Lee ;Gorman, negro, driver ,of a to the State Penitentiary .
Cemetery Monday afternoon, the bond; Howard E. Baum, $100 bond,,; J. A. Griffin, acting upon
Rev Clarence Knight officiating. pickup truck loaded with the another found guilty but awaiting Henry Hill $50 bond; William M Instructions Issued by the State Mr. Dan Louisville:: 3024 Cur- SUPER SERVICE STATION

Grlffls lived in Lawtey, where he moonshine at the corner of Pratt sentence and eight others on the Bonner, $50 bond; A. J. Harris. Armory ,Board this '''week Issued ron Road Ky" owner of

was corn February 27, 1888. Surviving and Orange streets, Impounding docket forfeiting cash bonds to- $100 bond: Emlle Milford Franks 'warning'' to hunters to observe Coogla Cut Rate Store at 935 West ; with light)
the whlsey and the truck. The taling $950. One other was com the Camp Bland- Broadway, says there just aren't $
$:iO bond. posted signs on \
him are three sons Truby, .
words in the language $2,9I
driver, who gave his address at promised .wltlt an agreement to reservation. enough English
of Jacksonville, Mac and Curtis, Two cases of non-support ol Ing ,
praise cor
Sparr, posted $200 bond and left settle out of court.
both of Lawtey; two brother Elie children were transfered to the absentee Col. Griffin said that the entire recti,.. He says he knows most
Grlffls Graham, and Smiley Grlf The truck, registered, in Nor. The Grand Jury failed to returnan docket, since the defendants Blanding reservation is closed for folks don't realise what a change
man's name, will be sold at publlce indictment against Ellery of the court. hunting. This Includes the area
fill of Jacksonville; three sisters were not in custody HADACOL can make in their life
Mrs. Nettle Starling, Hellbronn auction sometime In the near future Moore in the accidental death of Defendants in these were Clarence commonly known as the Baldwin if their systems are deficient In
said C. M. Ocala, DIstrict Mrs. Mallie Wall, of Lawtey, on between Blanding and
Springs, Mrs. Harney Forsythe, of Starry E. Jones and Walter- Daniel. pasture Vitamins B', B', Iron and NiacIn.
Starke, and Mrs. Sense Prevatt of Supervisor, State Beverage October I, 1950. Mrs. Wall war Highway 21. More specificallythis Here is Mr. Goldsmith's statement
Department. I was struck by a car operated by With Judge Adkins presiding area Is described as thai : This all-steel Benin

Lawtey. Meanwhile; ,' ''in nearby,. Union Moore. At an inquest held following the court opened Monday morning bounded on the north by High- "Before I started taking HADA- has two lighted gas pumps, lift ncti

I County another Illegal shipment the accident, a coroners with 14 cases oa the docket, and way 16 on the east by Highway COL I was run down and nervous pump. Wrecker and sedan included.

Stray Dogs Killed was seized at Lake Butler Wednesday jury returned a verdict of "un I closed Wednesday afternoon. 21, and extending down to the -and had hard time sleeping

At CourthouseA : night, November 15, by avoidable." State's Attorney T. E. Duncan reservation line at Treat Road. nights. With my work in the tore
I have to sometimes 14 hours
I Constable John Whitehead. Oliver Clarence Walter Cole, found Gainesville, and Assistant State'sAttorney Col. Griffin asks the cooperation a day on my feet. Since I am in GIFTS FOR HIHRH. .

couple of amorous pooches'' Green negro, was arsstd and guilty of possessing! burglar tool Joe E. Hill' Williams, of the public In observingthis the retail business I saw' how many PIMP CH {
were mowed down on the court S3 jugs of whiskey were impound was fined $100 and costs, and was Lake Butler, were counsel for the posted area. folks were asking for HADACOLso ..p MODIOI, H70\P <

house 'lawn! Monday afternoon as i ed. sentenced to. one year In the State prosecution, and Lex Green and A. I decided to try it myself. After '
Police Chief Eb Tbornton movedto Prison. J. Thomas, Jr., were appointed by : To Meet the first couple of bottles I could : MODEL:: T _.IOl.V. $
I Legion tell definite Now
a improvement. ,
nfore ordinance which the court to serve as attorneys for (
the city Willie Charles Mitchell'20-year-
have all the and in the ..
pep energy
REMUG'rot'LE 1
forbids unlicensed dogs to travel BBS Loses 19 0f old with breakingand the several defendants. Next Tuesday Night S |
negro, charged world, my nerves are steady as ,. MOIJEI. SI LV yl''
within the city limits. I entering was found guilty by Members of the Grand Jury wereZ. ever and I really do get a good

Scores of curious onlookers: the jury and sentenced to three W, Hamilton, foreman W, C. Regular meeting of Jones-Lang- night's rest. HADACOL is won HEM SI UK SHUT
lined Call Street near the courthouse Palmer ford-White Post 56, American Le- derful-I not only take it, but Drinking. Wetting SIIKLLH nut f
Powell alternate foreman
To f Ketterlinus yearc in prison. .
lawn Monday afternoon as gion, will be held at the Post recommend it to all my customers.I .
Charged with larceny of an automobile Williams, L. L. Parker, Lloyd Pad praise the day Senator Dudley J. Rubber Doll CAST10uoos '
disturb other- Home West Call Street next
sounded out to an belonging to A. J. Eavesof gett, Tom3ravev W. H. Harris on LeBlanc put HADACOL on the > $2.95 t to $$1
Continued( from'page 1)) at 7:30 o'clock. An
afternoon. Tuesday night : "
otherwise quiet market. 1.89;
L. A.
Starke, Paul Reynolds. 20. of H. C. Kelly Hiram Norman y

!. rlrmH fast. ; nrad'arS Co.. y" Bradford Wouldn't move, though, Freehold New Jersey, threw himself L. Crosby Eugene Crosby D. J. 0 Interesting program has been' ar HADACOL'Is So Different '%; Fully Jointed-natural ,flesh rlUlI'\G! '

Florida" In ( ".Mellon....". Plaintiff V*. I ind was forced to punt again. on the mercy of the court bya Green BIU Bingham E..L. Kelly, ranged for this meeting after Thousands are benefiting from color. Dressed in safety pin" REELII $4.25 to $$1 I li
Allen which the Post will discuss
Will Hun plans
Grace Iran Matlona, Defendant. file same lad named Watson just plea of "Nolo Contendre" (no Chester Andrews, Leroy G. Nor IIADACOL l i. whose systems lack diaper. Bottle and nipple 'In
CM No. else. moved the Tornadoes aside andcored contest. Found guilty. he is await- man, B. M. McRae and Sam Brown for participation in the Sports Memorial Vitamins B', B'. Iron and Niacin. cluded. Size 10" hig). rcuwty'' $$43.9
A.* Nnt'"o to be held next Wed IIADACOL Is wonderful
order of P bllc tlo af- Day so because BICYCLE -
SI-ATH nv KI.OHU1A for his team again just ing sentence. Reynolds' accomplice Chosen from the panel remain-
Appmr. : HADACOL helps build 4 -
lira,. Irene Mellon*, whnmiraal.1 ter: the fourth period started. Fred DuBols, Jr, free on Ing after selection of the Grand nesday. the hemoglobin content of np

danra You and are address m
Parambcr Ifllh. 1960, In the above handled by Rowe most of the last when he failed to appear for trial. of Earl Mosely, Leon Renfroe, announced this week" that all Legionnaires carry these great Vitamins and
named Court peeks and dlvorra Fauna,and whereinplaintiff care' ,I half, and the last period saw Crawford Appeal to the Supreme Court Lawrence Wiggins Floyd Crosby, were Invited to attend Minerals to every body organ- A Thriller For Tiny Tots

mmtocly and control of minor, childBradford ahallpubllxh intercept a pass and run It has not been perfected in the Z. ,Z. Grlffls, and-Emory Johns. the barbecue at the Bradford to every part of the body. Horse

I thhiu' Order olio next four half and the last ''period started case of the State vs. Alfonso Williams. County School cafeteria at 5:00 Give remarkable IIADACOL a Jingle Bell Hocking

weekly Iflauas.WltneRH I mv .hand and offlrlal seal I alt and the last period saw Craw- ( Williams was convicted of Beta Sigma Phi o'clock Wednesday and that tickets chance with the and first if few you don't bottles feel better Safe' /0,11'1

at Htarke! Florida this NovemberJrtth Bradford's offense but neither manslaughter on June 5, was sentenced at $1.50 for this event were avail yon take Sfwdf.s ,

(OFFICIAL 1950 SBAt. A. J. ThnmaiAn team did so much offensively unit to serve 18 months in the Members of Beta Sigma Phi will able. Those Legionnaires presentIng -((1.25 you for get Trial your Size money; Large back.Family Only 3.98 8hldlrabSteel /

Clerk of laid Court j : the game ended. I State Prison. On June 6, he filed hold their Ritual of Jewels pro 1951 Legion membership cards IIr Hospital Six, ".50. If .i a .
Clerk your
Haven Crosby, Deputy
FloridaAttye Jack Hazen saw little service to the Court. at the Keystone Inn Monday will be admitted without charge. does for Net
fi 1. Thomas, Jr., Starfe I an appeal Supreme gram druggist not have) HADACOL supports
for I'lf. 11194 4t 1IIU the last half because of a knee inJury I Seven defendants booked on the evening Nov. 27, at 7:30 o', AU Legionnaires and veterans ,r40r it direct from The LaBlanc ers.Jingle bells on rein
... ;.- co..t".1 and without him the Torna- a'' Invited to attend Corporation. and large bell In front
lit rir 't r Mr Bradford charge of transportation of prop- clock. Following the Ritual are cordially Lafayette, Louisiana
Florida i !. Caaaem"Haunnca loes' hopes lowered, for he Is a I I O lose 'Tka UBIaa. '' .... Safe for children fron
Jones Lewis Plaintiff' vs. erty without a certificate of pub buffet supper wilt be served., this meeting. c.t.: ......- of.,*
real -
and 4
Jay U. Lawla, Defendant. UII1 lemon on defense a ceneral 1_ 1r/i to years
Caee No. on offense.

Order..of.. Pehihetlea SrATH' or Aa4 FLORIDA stall.Tot TaAap The final game of the season Islet

:Jny U. I.ewln. whose residence I.lllrtlsa'Idwin l I. Wednesday, Nov. 22, at 8 p.m.
;-: Avenue, Detroit, ,with Green Cove Springs In Bradford -

You are required to appear on Park.
December Isth, 1960, In the above
named. Court and catiaa wherein A post season game tentatively 5 MINUTES
plaintiff ....k. divorce restoration icheduled with Macclenny, was
of maiden name Bradford County because of inability to
caned. oft
:Telegraph ahall publish' this Order "
In nest four weekly I lanuea.Wltnenn tgree on terms I'j:4
my bond and official Heal Y
at Htarke Florida, this NovemberJJml.

By 4 la Flarldai OFFICIAL Circuit.lEaven I9SO la,As Caw.it.taaarrrr.Hobert Crosby SEAL Clerk_Bradford, .of A.[ "juty Bald J. Thomas Caajaty Court.Clerk 11115 ALL W.C.T.U."BKKR ALCOHOLIC: IT IS IS TUB TIlE DRINKS WORST MOST BEOAUSK 8KIH'CTIVE. OF-- AT TH E WH EEL OF A DODGE4AN :

C Rrennelnen Dafendant.Plaintiff vs. NO OTHER DRINK
Minnie BrenneUen, '
Order af Pahllratloa And. Nallv Te ."
Appear. S r ATM uP FLORIDA TOt
Minnie: Brenneleen whose realdenca (NATIONAL (VOICE) SAVE YouI,000
and addraaa la unknowns 1 I
You are required I to appear on
Tfepember 11th. USD. In the above -
named Court and cause, wherein I
plaintiff seeks dlvorca Bradford
County Telegraph ahall publlih this .
Order In next four weekly liauaa.Wltnen .
mv hand and :official, seal USE
at Starke. Florida, this November ; 1
'OFFICIAL, BKAI> A. j. Thomas .l/ OUR ; u
Aa Clerk of call Court.

By. Frank haven I.nndrum Crosby,, Starke.Deputy Florida.Attya. ClarkT. SHARE IN OUR SUCCESS' !
for Plf. 11)7) U UII 1AY-A-WAY 1hol2.1'Iecl +
Trad now for a wonderful' deal. You jet Party Time

ACCIDENTSARE present car will probably cover lie full PLAN Tea
down payment en a big new Dedgel'
END try your ears for five minute ;

NEWS we can show you how to save a ;i g delft blue'.
91.0001 Step Inside the big new Dodge Lovely
y =- A SMALL DEPOSIT durable.
and be amazed the extra headroom six
but to persons Involved they shoulder room, stretch-out leg HOLDS ANY ITEM enameled T" Sol" '
a.,. bed news. They're -ilwtybd room. Get behind the wheel-and be ;?1 UNTIL CHRISTMAS lbtue. t!.t!5

thrilled by the Bulling pick-up and BIGGER. VALUE
performance YOU'LL
news when the persons THAT RIGHT. FIND
of the high-compression Douge"GetAway" SUppY(
involved hve no automobile Engine the velvet YOU COULD PAY IOOO MORE FARM, HOME_ & AUTO
Insurance. Buy it cowl 1 smoothness of Fluid Drive.Sea DODGEJ. l
Dodge-and yon U agree ye* AID STILL NOT GET THE CORA ROOMINESS, E. C U St. StarkeB.ECoodrl

Charley E. Johns could pay $1,000 more and not get all DRIVING EASE AID RUGGED DEPENDABILITY OP DOME I
t these extra-value features. See us now tAa.-./i vo/kn rprae
: Agency -for.the best deal in town! 1ItI" 1tS.1..rlfiprM.ecsAt/

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