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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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i Found Dead In Tourist Cabin; MIDGET LEAGUE GAME Record November' Cold Makes Clean "

Famous :
Figures Gather Here For Star s "Sports'


e Still In Critical Condition AT 7:15 P. M. WEDNESDAY Sweep Of Bradford County Crops November Memorial Day"Cold WaveFloridians Celebration In Spite 01 Record "


between life and death Tuesday afternoon and
overing King Winter wiped, the slate clean here this week in the ,
'Mrs. Edna Farnsworth McCoy 63, found unconsciousa who have brought honor to 'I'
worst November siege of cold ever remembered in Bradford the state in the
critical condition at a tourist court South of Starke, County. world of sports are gathered in Starke Wednesday In observ-

moved from an oxygen tent at Glendale Hospital in Falling before the onslaught, ance of Sports Memorial Day-unique tribute to those who

ia Wednesday morning. 4 hours and 20 minutes. have achieved fame in their own right and who are likewise
unconscious, she was re- ..1W which brought freezing tempera. Tue.., Nov. 28 28.1 degreesat striving to develop stars of tomorrow by encouraging j

to be in "serious condition, couple wished to extend their stay.It tures for five consecutive mornings, 6 a.m. minded youths of today. sports-

;htly Improved." One of her was estimated that Mr. McCoy were between 190: and 200 acres of Wed. Nov. 29 25.1 degrees al Chief
bedside. had been dead six S among the visiting-
bert, Is at her hours when a.m.
thriving broccoli some 60 acres of
McCoy was found with her found at about S p. m. Tuesday. Frost and continued cold was luminaries is Zach Taylor, ,

teal cavity, and entire resy fir George M. Zeigler, physician winter cabbage and considerable predicted again for Thursday manager of the St. Louis .:' t

tract seriously burned by attending Mrs.. McCoy at Glendale I planting of turnips, mustard collards morning. Browns and a former major I,

determined causes, and herd Hospital 'said her condition re- and other tender greens. This unusual early siege of cold 'f

Cooper R. McCoy 66, n( ned critical all night. Dr. Strawberry plants were black- was Florida's share of a terrific league catcher, for the Boa- ",1,'.

und dead, in the cabin. It Zjeigler said she seemed to be a e...1.and all blooms killed, but tfcf a rfld( *v.e. ;}cccmpiinled by wind ton Braves. New...York Giants '

lleved that he aied''as tIe{ nttle Improved, and was removed:, Is not regarded as a loss as the n;ftgow' storms. that has held pep?2' and Chicago Cubs. His talk

of a heart attack. A medi-: from' the oxygen tent. She may normal Bradford shipping season the eastern quarter of the nation preceding tonight's Midget

"option" for relief of hearts recover' he said, but it is still too does not begin until March aid In Its grip since last Friday. 4 League baseball game will be

was found among his early to be certain.Mr. plants will fully recover by that The great Industrial cities of Pennsylvania a highlight of the day's

It was reported. McCoy, a fleldworker for time and Ohio have been par. 1yT vents. Taylor Is noted e-

mil Mrs. McCoy rented the the Hope Natural Gas Company, Low readings at the official alyzed under tons of snow; prop r f interest in the for his

londay for a single day, and of Clarksburg,.West Virginia, war Federal-State Frost Warning Ser erty damage has run Into millions; t 7 Y young ball development of
prletor of the court found on a business trip to Florida vice station just east of Starke and loss of life Is near the 300 players.

trtckcn when' he went the The McCoys lived at Volga,' were as follows: mark. e Taylor will share honors .with Al

ng afternoon to see if the West Virginia. Sat., Nov. 25 -- 23 degrees at Crop damage In South Florida Lopez, 20-year major league catcher .

I TORNADOES ARE COMMENDEDBY 8:30: a.m. Remained freezing 9 earlier reported as negligible, Is and currently manager of the

hours and S minutes beginning to show up more serious Cleveland Indians; and Don Veller,

Enadoes End Season With 21-6 Loss GAME OFFICIALThe Sun., Nov. 26 24 degrees at than first believed. Stat.coach of the undefeated Florida

BHS. 8 am. Remained freezing 16 Timely winds and a mass of dry University Semlnolcs.
week Coach
letter received this
following was by
hours and 15 minutes. air saved the day for the bulk of Edgar Jones, one of the University -
James Hobbs from an official who worked with the Tornadoes Mon., Nov. 27 30 degrees at the state's great citrus crop, al, of Florida's football greats and
Cove Springs Here Last WeekTornadoes during two games this season. Needless to say, this letter will I
ween 7:30: a.m., dropping to 22 8 degreesat though losses were reported In currently serving as Gator Bowl
take its place among the coach's most prized possessions and Is 2:30: pm. Remained freezing some low-lying groves. Arnold 'Flnnefrock chairman, was on hand for the
something In which the entire community can take pride. festivities. .
closed out their
"'!ball schedule ] Annual Farmer-Committeeman ElectionTo Visiting notables began arriving
Wednesday quarter saw Green Cove trying to November 18, 1050 In Starke
I about 3
Nov 22, suffering a 21-61 score through the air, but the Tornado -I Dear Coach, Be'' Held At Courthouse Saturday, Dec. 9 Sports Editors and were received at p.m.the Wednesday American

at the hands of the Clay pass defense was clickingand I nan so Impressed with your ball club, I wanted. to drop Legion HaM by Post 56 Command.er .
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Blue Devils and making thee they couldn't complete a single' you a notI *-. I The annual farmercommitteeelection A. J. Thomas. Jr. and
record read 5-4-1. The I one. The half ended with the Tornadoes I have worked two ball games for you this season. and l I for Bradford County will committemen who are elected and Here En Masse Legion officials. After reglstra.State

Cove boys had to come from I In possession of the ball want you to know you have tike flnettt bunch of boys, it has been be held Saturday, Dec. 9, In the I the more effective they will be in ) lion and a get-acquainted period

to win, though for the I on their own 38. my pleasure to work for In several year The two .game I I county courthouse at Starke, according carrying out their responsibili the scene of activity was shifted, ;

were leading at halftime At the start of the third quarter worked for you were 1'alatka and St. Augustine both of which to an announcement by ..tleL"The Htarke' Sports. Memorial to the Bradford High School cafeteria -
James Rosier, of the County Administrative Man nayII/ b.. one of the bent"covered" for a robust
Bradford kicked off to Clay on wane hard played and fought by both sides. lour boys I'ondu.t.Or chatrmajj supper of bar- ..
Tornadoes doml- PMA committee. unl defines an eligible voter as any event of It* kind becued beef and ;
completely Blue county pork
their 20 and from here the themselves" an gentlemen and displayed the utmost In Sp"rt--
Play during the first half Devils moved fast and furious, maiutlilp at all time It wax certainly a pleasure. to work a The' committemen elected will owner, operator, tenant or share over t.t take place In Florida. Frank Wright, executive assistant -

cumbed In the third quarter Knowles doing most of the ball h...... the boys did conduct themselves" a* good nportven help to administer 1051 Productionand cropper on a farm which Is In On hand to see and record theevents I to Governor Fuller Warren
onslaught of the Blue Devil carrying. Kenneth Lee, a senior game ball Marketing Administration any program administered by the of the day aretArnold and for many years publicity director -
led I In lowing a very hard-fought game.I county PMA committee. llnnnfrnck, eilItor I I
sport : for the
by Harold Knowles. : University of
.tins who played on the local American- am not trying to blow any smoke your way and this I* my programs of the U S. Department I / Florida Tlmon-l'iilon JackHonvllle da served Flori(
Tornado halfback, ranbet baseball team last summer of Agriculture, Including the Agricultural all master of care monies -
.
Legion first letter of this sort to any coach I think you deserve" a lot
t of the season charging Cove's first touch Conservation Program Rites Thursday I ; during this phase of the pro-
Green
scored .
of (...lIt for your boys and I felt like telling you. I Mlnh more Joe Uvlngvton. sports rdl- gram.
rough the Green Cove linend 15 yards. Knowles price supports, acreage allotments,
down,
going conduit themselves do, For S. F. MorganStaten .
the high school were taught to a your boys for Jacksonville Journal; Mayor J. R.
ends. bucked the line for the extra point marketing quotas, the sugar pro- Wainwright welcomed
Bradford stood 7-8. Early in on and off the field. and Federal Crop Insur Hhltry McMnUen: sports. e.4Ito the visitors\ and extended
boys scored first and the score gram F. Morgan 72, retired
,
Regard lalnevlle Dally Hun; hospitalities of
"-bdown coming on the first I I the fourth quarter, Clay High "An Official"Rotary ance. farmer of Bradford County, died Kro ivttljohn.. sports. ixlltorTalluliaiiw the city.

l( the second period when scored again, moving from their f In each community farmers participating at his home In the Graham Com ..t Daily Dernocratl ceived Sports and Memorial Day was a con-
hns skirted left end for 10 own 25, with Larry Redding going In any of the Indicated, promoted by St&rklte
',UL t Rowe's I Knowles munlty Tuesday, Nov 21, after Krv. Baker, publisher. 1'nlatka Herb Thomas, well-known sports
pass to War. the final 6 yards. programs will elect three regular
extra point was Incomplete bucked the line again for the extra Santa Parade and two alternate committemen I an extended Illnesn. He was a ally.Newj. I world figure and former all-round
II. J. fatten.
Boosts sport writerPalatka athlete Thomas Is
We native of Hamilton County, residing currently directing -
stood that way until point Clay leading 146. and elect delegates' to the county TlnwM-Ilerabl. the
of the third a convention who will elect the county there and In Columbia County American Legion'sJunior
quarter. recovered
The Blue Devils until'19.M: ., at which time he moved Trent Roger and Tony j and Midget baseball league
committee for 1051
8 r"rls'rlcsIIH. Tornado fumble In the waning minutes Courtesy Month"Courtesy Set For Dec. 15All to Bradford County. I Stevens. are covering the event programs and his team won the
'ns' 'LAY'empiete of the fourth quarter onBradford's Mr. Rosier said that although with their camera for the Telegraph district and area championship
II 13 line' and with Survivors Include his widow' titles last ..
0 18 yard community committeemen oft'lc.lally and other papers.Krupa season.Wednesday's ,
Incumptete! fmble the line, Mrs. Kate L. Morgan, Graham;
through .
Knowles punching civic clubs and businessesare
Month" Is being spon serve only a few days each celebration also
son, 3. L. Morgan, Graham
reo. 1 I carried for another score in seven the Invited to take part In the year, they are available throughout one ; And served as a reunion for all survivIng -
during December by two L. E. Graham MooneyAre
''hint 183 lit point, I pored stepsons Bailiff.
extra
"na 0 plays Lee ran for the Santa Claus Parade scheduled for the year to assist In PMA program members of the old Duval
it* ? Club, according tan and Henry L. Ratliff, Bakers.field Double
Feature
".ttt. as IT final score 21.6. Starke Rotary Dec. 15, at 2 p. m. operations. They represent High School football team national -
Vrt. 40 IS II 10 With football togs now packed announcement yesterday by T. For information In regard to the I' local farmers In presenting recommended Calif.; two daughters, Mill Mrs, At.U of F Frolic champions of 1920-21( and
Cross and
Clyde Young City
until next September, BHS If Slade, chairman of he club's part you ,wish to contribute, call changes In the Agricultural proclaimed the trreateat high
Tornadoes' kickoff' received on the away athletes'! are already turning their Vocational Service Committee. 190, the Chamber of Commerce, Conversation Program and they, Doris Morgan, Graham; and three Gene Krupa and Art Mooney, school team ever produced In Flor
that .' grandchildren. ida. One of Its
out of members. Frank
went
basketball. Practices as early as possible. link in bringing "
'attention to month the public are the connecting together with their orchestras,
and was brought out toYsrd for boysIn Later In the Funeral services were held at Oosterhoudt of Lake City (all-
to their farmer neighbors information *I
I afternoon to
line. with Jimmy started Monday The will be given an opportunity the graveside) In Santa Fe Cemetery will be headliners at the Annual state end In 1921)) Is attending
and 12th grades Vanpfys Lease : which will help them In
most courteous
handling offensive quartered the 10th but the select by ballot the Thursday Nov. 23, with Rev. All-Campus Fall Frolics to be presented the celebration with ,his lIOn Sam.
I schedule Is not complete, Starke busl- I'iclr participation In all the activities -
handing off the ball will match employe In a Coney Island StandMr. for which PMA Is C. F, ,Burton officiating. Wilson at the University of Floridaon varsity right halfback with the
< local boys and girls and also the most responsible. 195O:
we : house Florida Gators. Herb Thorn-
J trio of Johns, Ben- skill ness Funeral _home of Lake City had
December 1 and 2 by the Inter-
handling
Prevatt carried the ball I shooting and ball- courteous customer, Slade said. and Mrs. George Vanpfy announced charge of arrangements. as was also a member of this historic -
"Ir' own 20 to the with Palatka's teams In the Starke Signs will be printed and distributed yesterday that they have In the opinion of the chairman, fraternity Council. aggregation.

<1' line, where Clay High armory Friday night, Dec 15: to merchants for posting leased their Coney Island Sand- the elected farmercommitteemethod Two formal dances will be held Also prominent Sports Memorial -
they failed to Students
ough yardage for a first II proclaiming that "Courtesy wich Shop to Mr. and Mrs. C. V. of administrating farm' Participate In the Florida gym, December 1 Day are members of the

In this drive Johns got off Tangerine Queen Pays Dividends In Happiness And Inglerlght who will continue to operate programs Is one of the most democratic In Music Festival and 2. Each band will play both 1B34 Palatka Azaleas and 1935 St.
!'J long profits.. this popular concession.The and most effective steps In Augustine Saints, both state
runs, one a 33-yard Hails From Here and Students at the Bradford nights for 30 minutes alternately (
d the other for Inglerights, former residents agricultural program develoP-1 High champlanshlp teams.
took over 15 yards. Monerief. 19-year- Auto Tags of Stark, recently returned I m.nt and operation. School.. held their Thanksgiving and each will also play an after- I Another special guest Is Bill
,
their 11 New
king> one on own I Miss Doris and residentof here after spending several year ognizes and uses the basic principle Festival Tuesday afternoon Nov. poon concert during the weekend Terry, former manager of the

anymore first down couldre I old U of F sophomore was crowneuFlorida's On Sale Dec. 1st In Indiana.Mr. of democracy; -allowing 21. on the School athletic field, The flrst Frolics event will be New York Giants and now a resident -
through the the State Farm to their own with Julia Lawson and of Jacksonville.
I people concerned run pianist
line the and Mrs. will '
at will Vanpfy remain -
and Queen for 1951 the concert on Friday from 4:30
punted from Tangerine license plates Also
slated to be
to Auto show. the BHS band, conducted by Carl on hand la
!* their 45= yard UMKroroH seventh annual beauty contest held I go on sale December 1 In the of- In Starke and continue to 1U all farmers who are Roberta, providing accompaniment.The until 6 p. m., featuring Krupa Everett LoadholU, Bradford County -

> *Tornadoes* moved again at Cypress Gardens recently. See of Tax Collector J. R. Kely.! operate their apartment property. eligible urges to keep the dAte In mind program opened with invocation "the demon of the druma," and tilt war veteran who has the distinction I

t1ztt. b7 Johns' and Ben- I She was sponsored by the Wine I The new tags will have green background They expressed appreciation for and to get out and vote when by Rev. Homer BwlndaU, orchestra.On of winning nine battle '
T.The ""''t en1- and yellow stars In World War II.
quarter on canary
the Tornadoes 'ter Haven Jaycees numerals the nice patronage that has been elections are held In their com who also gave the benediction as the sweet side Saturday'* ,
on Clay1 10 Moore Despite the knock blow de-
Tom !
In., third down and two to ,I her crown from stsr public Is urged to secure given them since they have beenin munities. "Only by the,participation the closing note.Mrs. concert from 4 to 3:30 p. m. will livered by Old Man Winter. the

tionaUy known radio Is also The early In December as poi business her. They are relinquishing : of farmers, are those elections I I L. A. Canova, Director of headline the Mooney aggregation assemblage of sports figures here

,he!" lint Play of the second At present Miss Moncrtef tags, as In order to avoid that last management of the really democratic. The more'armers Public School music, led the Many young people from Starkeare Wednesday Is one of the great'eat

Johns moved fast and among the five finalists! inl 1 amble rush when the deadline shop because of Mrs. Vanpfyi who come out to vote, the school children In presenting the' expected to enjoy these weekend ever witnessed! In Florida at tan
:!" Anal 10 magazine's calendar fl minute health. more representative will be the selections on the program. festivities In Gainesville. event of this kind.'r .
yards untouched Esquire nears, In January. .
kin The whole second contest.



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARHJE. FLORIDA I'RlD.\\, DEl'"....

I PAGE. TWOBradford ment was In the church cemetery.A anyone losing their Noo
Florida jungle.
flue\ Recher. Ingof a South Surely pave
school girls attended matter how small or humble to ftnd
of high it
County TelegraphESTABLISHED HAMPTON I Mr and Mrs. P. Griffin have 7th Grade IVmonaUtle group and furnished the music. may be, It is home to someone, to love rot aWhU" Ii
returned to Hampton after spending gone
several days In Jacksonville.Mrs. Eddie Hardman, the son of Mr. They were Christine Foraker anyway.It
1878 E. U. MATTHEWS. OWN...- OITOII. By Mva.. M. C. SweeneyMm. Louis Underwood recently and Mrs. B. S. Hardman, lives by Hazel Osteen, Susie Sparkman, seems that our northern Service at the
returned from a two weeks Visit in I Hampton Lake. He Is 12 years old, Geraldine Peterson, Lorene Fields, weather Slipped up on us so suddenly was sparsely attegyy
EntertainsThe I five feet one inch tall, and weighs Geraldine Harvey, Thelma Watson to the
Second old
Published Every Friday sad Entered May Lex'ngton' / Ky. we were wholly unpreparedfor weathr.
sSJBDa&fc Starke Thanksgiving meeting of Sincere of the community 87 pounds. He has lived by Hamp- Hazel Hlckenbotham and of work
erne at sympathy hag
at the roes JI'Ia.I It. Afar learn,
Matter as we can Dkq
da* pv I r the Ladles' Council was held Irt is extended to Mrs. Flo) ton Lake two and one half years. Pauline Jones. grounds *
S Tiki 1950 t th") home of Mrs. C. L. May on Sullivan, Hampton teacher, on the He likes history best of all his that all\ gardens, flowers, and just a- but mom I**'
morning will
MEMBER Wednesday, Nov. 22. with Mr. O death of her father, O. M. Ben studies. When he grows up he We learned Friday bout everything else except fowls have sfrvicelll\'
P. Wadsworth In charge of the nett, Tuesday of last week. wants to be a commercial artist. Rev. KI\IIng\ worth'. small real and livestock, was frozen Friday 10.< Hop more win
ButMcrlpUon.::.00 Annually JIB jffi *1JJ* For SU MonUu program. During the devotional,, Due to the severe cold weather dence burned Wednesday night night. We flower lovers will tend.ALVAREZ' lit
I BKSS B I I several of the Psalms were read,,, the Youth for Christ meeting was after prayer meeting was over
appropriate to the season or held In the home of Mrs. M. C. all
BRANCHBy here at our house and were.
; Something/ To Learn About- Thanks. A five o'clock supper Sweeney, Instead of the church LONG I STORE
home again. Mr. Killlngsworth | \ h
was served the guests in the dinIng Saturday evening. Eslablisht" llj:
Florida folks will be }hearing more and more about the room, consisting of a salad Theodore Durden, son of Mr Mrs. J. 1. Strickland 'went near Brooker last August to _
handicapped, work of the Florida Board ol! fruit cake and live; but did not move and house
i amazing, but often course necan pie and Mrs. W P'Durden of the Sal ,
Parks and Historic Memorials which is now getting: into high hot beverages. The table center- vation Army, is thirteen years Grandma Murray Burled furnishings, just clothing. It seems -.--'
through the management of a board of five prominentand piece was, an attractive arrangement old, four feet nine and one half On Wednesday, Nov. 22, the funeral that he was called aa pastor of a
gear public-spirited citizens of this state, serving as a labor of of two-tone chiysanthemumi 'nchea tall, and weighs OS pounds.He of Grandma Murray of Bald- church there The house here had From where I sit
that time.
In an intricately designed glass not been lived in since ,, .. dyjee
haalv..d\ at the Salvation
love. win was conducted at the Brandy He had a small cane patch by the
includes some 28 appealing container.Illnnon Army Camp for six years. He
I The inventory of the park system Branch Baptist Church by the house and the fire destroyed the
''a well liked his classmates.He
heard
I'! of, except properties possibly in the Florida-most Ilillsboro River of whic State you park never because it Mr. and Family Mrs.Reunion B. L. Hlnson were Is very fond by of girls. His am- Rev. Peterson of Baldwin. 'Inter 'cane. We really hate to hear ofy13Vt I Have A

hosts on Thanksgiving Day to a bition is to be a great baseball or
: is so nearby. hallowed large number of relatives who enjoyed football player when he grows up. "Close Squeak"!
of the state's most -
embraces some
inventory
I The bountiful dinner and supper
including the state park near Bushnell which was a SCHOOL NEWS \ SERVICE STORE
areas on outdoor tables In the spacious \
the scene of the Dade massacre in the Seminole Indian warFlorida's /!- side yard of the Hlnaon Only thirty-four of our pupils Spent last Saturday morningwandering tinge Iitt1'thingbetomt
counterpart of the historic Alamo of Texas and Cus- home. Those attending were- were In some religious services PHONE 189 all over the house. problem. Like some It
last Sunday. The gold has seemed Wherever I went-upstairs or ence of opinion
Stand in Wyoming. children Roads & 200 or tub
I ter's Last Mrs. Alberta Hodge and State 100
to have interferred.with the church down-I kept hearing a "squeak. off a great big .
I Near Jacksonville, at Fort Caroline, are the remains of from South Carolina, Mrs. Elsie going. STARKE, FLORIDA find out where It was com- prefer a temperate argullt.Couldn.t ,
devoted to the prin- Hall, and Mrs. Fleet Collins\ ifo
States Mr
United
the
settlement in
the first OPEN 5 A.M TILL 11 P.M. Ing from until noon-time when the with my dinner
freedom. It was settled 58 years before the and sons, Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Wins 4-II Award -while;,
j ciple of religious missus came home from her weekly likes tea- but
Rock. G. W. Hinson, Mrs. Willie Mae Margaret Hersey has added another ".". we fig ?
landed at Plymouth
Pilgrims two
Mrs. Alma Barr chapter to her achievements.Last shopping. people have enactl
Denton end ;
I find Plymouth Rock, with its 1620 date carved son "Listen," I to her, "hear likes and dislike,
I You can and son, Mrs. Odell Warren and Wednesday at our Thanks- Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteries, says ) Sow*
, : upon it, in any history book. but do you find Fort Caroline? children, Starke;; Mr. and Mrs.Henry giving program Miss Ross, the And Accessories that squeak?" I started walking: "het up" about it'
At Marianna, there are the unknown, undeveloped caverns Hinson and family, with County Demonstration Agent, awarded real quiet-like across the kitchen The moral la. chftk J
i Ruthella, to 4Hpin ". and there it went again t I. "Joe penders-and
to those famed tourist attractions Mrs. Hlnson's sister Margaret a gold check joi,
I of Kentucky, equal, in and a measure Virginia., But did you ever hear of them? Mrs. Doris Hardy and children, for her outstanding work in Let us SIL-I- LEK EN your car Marsh,"she laughs, "that 1e nothing rubbing when it comes to lid le| ,|
canning during 1950. This Is the but your suspender clips
Did you know about the Florida river which disappearsinto Hampton. canning award and all of, by the new Silicone process The new back and forth when you"
I a great sink? It's the S>';pta Fe river and the sink is in Holiday Client us county are very pround that one of way to lasting car beauty. $7.50 walk!I" And darned If it wasn't 11 jte Iii"

i O'Leno state park, near High Springs. Among out of town guests'enjoying our girls has won this distinction. 0 WATERPROOF O Corrosion Resistant -From where I sit, I'd been letCupyrighq O
, I In a large sense, Florida has been missing the boat in Thanksgiving' holidays in
I developing these little-known tourist attractions. That's Hampton were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Thanksgiving Program ; 7950 mtej >M/e./ //J'I
'I' what the Florida Board of Parks and Historical memorials Cox and family, Miami; Mr. and The pupils of Hampton school
Mn. Gordon Weest and three children gave a delightful Thanksgiving
has set out to correct. Miami; Mr. and Mrs. E. C. program last Wednesday. A num-
: I It is a lofty and deserving undertaking. We wish them Morris and family, Pompano; Mr. ber of parents and friends were

I well. and Mrs. Frank Williams and two present.P. .
I
Plant City Courier children, Dunnellon; Mrs. Marlon
'Gnann, Jacksonville; Miss Flor- T. A. To Meet LOVETTSTARKE
, ence Gnann and Jimmy Gnann, The P. T. A. will meet Tuesday,
I Theressa; Miss Martha Horne U. Dec. B, in the school auditorium.The .
I of F. Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. room which has the most
: IF YOU WANT A TREAT Robert Barksdale and daughter, parents present on this occasion .
r Mra C. G. Barksdale, and Mrs. will be given a party. All\ parents

BRING US YOUR MEAT Lula Mott, Starke. 1 I Art.are urged and Crafts to be present. FLORIDA -- Prices Good Through! Sat. Dec. 2nd

I We Pit Barbecue All Meats For Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Brannen and The seventh and eighth grades
family, with Mrs. Brannen'smother
, 25c Per Pound Complete Mrs. \M. B. Layfleld have are making plastic billfolds which
are useful as well\ as orna
I returned from a visit ,with relatives very NAPKINS 8O Count Box 1
Fresh Barbecued Fish & Ribs On Sale Daily In Lakeland.Mr mental.

and Mrs. R. C. Gray, Jr., Mrs. Ola M. Perkins, Mrs. Frank
pent the Thanksgiving holidays In Thomas and Miss Josephine Thomas -
3 Little Pigsi their home city, Tampa.Mr. attended the funeral of Mrs. KIM EVAPORATED CABIN HOME
and Mrs. I. J. Rusha and Sullivan's father at Sapp cemetery -
i Ave., Between Bus Sta. ft School children, with Miss Peggy Hinson, : last Thursday.
t enjoyed Thanksgiving in the Jacksonville Eddie Hardman, our talented
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---- BRADFORD COUNTY TSLEOftAFn.: STARKK. FLORIDA_ PAGE Ttnteas
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painted the, picture. Dr. Shep holidays in Winter Haven visiting Aa Clerk of .ali! Court OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas and address l la Unknown:
herd hAd many Hv Haven C rnsbr. neputv Clerk A* Clerk of Mid Court You are required to appear on
interesting things f L Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lambeth. T. Prank Landrum, Stark. Florida.Alty Br Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk December nth. 1950 In tb. above
CI 1 :Minder,relate' came concerning It. Mrs. John LA WTE Y Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss Mary .. for ru. 1117| 4t 1SSIn | Daytona tray Kh.lilon Beach, Sheldon Florida Building plaintiff named. Court seeks and dl"orc cause.. Bradfordf'onnty wherein

over Tuesday and L. II. FutchEliftlon Julia Futch and Ralph Futch were Circuit ('....t. Bradford Canntr. Attya. for Pit. 11110 4t till Telegraph shall 'publish thlOrder '1t
brought her Bible Class of 14 I attending business In Jacksonville floridI In ('kaaeery.Urse. ______ In next four weekly l issues.
voting ladles to I). Verdu o, Plaintiff, ys. Manuel Witness. mv hand and official sealat
view the In rlrrnlt Coart. Ilrmjford Coaatr,
painting.
last Florida, this November
Saturday. Defendant.Cane 8t.rke.
D. Verduito.
.
Coming t'p Klorliln I In flmnrrrr.narvln .
I Sunday. Dec. 3, has been set aside Dinner guests on Thanksgiving No.lf W. McCurdy: Plaintiff, vs. dth. 1950.OFFICIAL
The annual City Election for the Order Of PnMlcatlon And Motif TotHltrar defendant. ( SEAL) A. 3. Thomas
for ,
I IrK" Kl.OHIIJA TO Catherine McCurdy Can So.. 1148 A* Clark of said Court
for the next
_
will occupy the pulpit at both services were Mr and Mrs. H. J. Qp ix> and Manuel t>. Verdniro. oi"'h Order Of Publication Anil Notice T. Hr Havan' Crosby, Deputy Clerk
I year will be held In the City Hall 1 and address. In, ait ka.t St., Tuo- .'pp. MTATM. OV" KI.OKlnA TO. T. Frank Tjindrum. Stark*. Florid*
Rev. ""
At The Gllllngham, of Or. Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. Pope of Jack son, Arlsonat, Catherine McCurdy, whose raaldano Attya. for Plf 11110 4t lab|
list Church TabernacleThe on Tuesday December Officer I
lando. will also be present at the sonville. You are required to appear on
services. to be elected at this time are one Deeember llth. 19BO. In the above
admin- first of H. B. Arwood Is visiting hit named. Court .and cause, wherein
rI be a series of
will stories mayor one marshal!, one clerk for
unlor plaintiff leak divorce A restoration
morning worship was Introduced at the Youth meet. one each year each and three son George, In Miami this week. of maiden name. Pradford' County I TRANSFER AND
the St. Mark's Telegraph shall rmhllnh' this OrderIn R. Ba ALVAREZ & SON STORAGE CO.
Rev.
the First Methodist Ing Saturday night. Another one Episcopal one year' each and three council- Guy V. Lee has resignedas next four weekly laauea

L held 'an the Woman will be given next Saturday entitled Itev. B. E. 811111"onll. B. D., Vicar men to serve for two years each. pastor of Shiloh Baptist Witness my hand: and official seal

The pastor Rev. "Moonstruck" All young people Mayor O. J. Anders is opposedby Church to accept a call to the IIt\ I Mitchell. will as well as older ones Interested in Sunday Dec. 3-9:45: a. m., II. C. Harley..,who Is now serving Boatdraln Baptist Church in the ( SHAM A. said Court o;, --a.p. ft Ions distance) I
Glenn Church School. Aa Clerk nf -
the subject "AbidingA Nature are Invited to attend. Classes for all on the council and Is the chair New River Association.Mr. Tlr Ttaron Cropbv nonuly Clerk R. ALVAREZ C SON anywhere In U. s.
cordial invitation Is These stories! deal with the Church ages 11 nursery through Junior high man. For marshal! D. B. Thomas, and Mrs. L. H. Futch were Chan R. ireaa..Tarkaonvllle f04-05 Guaranty Lit. t"tt.! .-. IMnU.rfcA
a. m.. Fin I Minor, Florida -- .
all to attend this er- In a most interesting way and Sermon. Morning Prayer and who Is serving the unexpired termof dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs R Atty. for Plf. 11110 4t nit| : ,_.MOVING'I. ..-rew 'j" EXCELLENT I

of worship. teach a mighty scrlptual lesson. H. L. Sasser who resigned Is W. Futch at Mlddleburg on ... Ltf
,
1 ervlces I In 'I".t C .t. nradford Conatr
rch school begins at Harold Brooks of Park-o-the- The church is open dally for opposed by W. P. Kemp. L,. H Thanksgiving; Day. Florida In. Cknnrvry.Jnaeph !! STORAGE I

class for every ; Palms was the speaker for the prayer and meditation. Futch has no opponent for city Members of the Senior !or. Y. F Vehra. Plaintiff vs. Anaataal.
a
I with
1110Order
la Vebre, Defendant. Case No.
Adult ,lasses are held i Fourth meeting In Jacksonville clerk. For the three seats on the I of the Methodist Church and their Of Pntilleatlon. And Notlm To FACILITIES

rowan* Club and thee Saturday night and W. B. McKin- Church Of Christ council H. C. Kelly, Sidney Shu- invited guests the young people of Anestnslla'nhra lppnsr. T\TH OK. whose Kl.onll residence TOi I --

ana -nlldren/ meet in ney furnished special violin music. Corner 10th and McMahon ford and J. E. Wall, Jr., are un the Baptist Church enjoyed a and address la Unknown I| Agents For j jr

oullding. "The blesinga came down as the opposed. Mr. Kelly and Mr. Shu- weiner roast at the home of Mr. You are required. tn appear on ,I r

]loner ship service U Prayers went up" Sunday at the Bible School10 A. M. ford are now serving on the Council and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright last I rieeember named" Court 11th and 1VSO cause In the, wherein above DelcherBros. See us first I :

"ins ]m the educa- Tabernacle as the guest speaker Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:30: \ while Mr. Wall Is a former Friday evening.. plaintiff seeks "''v..,".. Bradforti k kr'ounty ,I

::0" rb< youth choir delivered two fine messages at the I IP. M. member. The time to qualify end- Miss Mildred Prather of Plant Order ,In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish: \Immea.Wltnena this. S __-_ hrt1 t

ling of Jim Ritch morning and evening hours of Prayer Meeting,:: and Bible Study ed last Saturday. Much Interest City was visiting friends in Law mv hand and, official seal ,
,
direction I at Stnrke, Florida this November8th.
each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. Is manifested in the election and last weekend.
Mitchell will preach worship. The morning topic was tey 1050.OFFICIAL. .L
,1 Mr 'How Broad ShouldBf "Thanks." In the evening "The I I Everyone welcome. many people are qualifying to be Misses Judy Frankie and Betty ( SEAM' ] A. ". Thomas

,eel Amazing Grace of God" was I eligible to vote. I Wainwright of Jacksonville spent ny Haven Aa Crosby Clerk ,nf Deputy said. Court ClerkT. SEE US i

.< Intermediate dealt with In a very thoughtful ''CIILKCII OF GOD the Thanksgiving weekend here Frank l.miJrum. Starke Florida' '
,,01, ma Fellowslilps will manner. Music appropriate to the 8th & St. Clair Sta. Rev. and Mrs. O. V. Lee and with their grandparents :Mr. and Atlys. for I'lf. __ ItllO 4t 1111| t

Youth the Thanksgiving season was Sunday School 10 a.m. daughters spent Thanksgiving Mrs. T. L. Wainwright. In. Clrenlt Conrt. llradford County, FOR YOUR
at
Following played
.j ? T day Tnmpa visiting relatives. Klorlilni In Chnnerry.Tlnbert .
Sunday I
'ih->re is a Fellow the evening service consisting of | Morning Worship 11 a.m {"'. McKlntey. Plaintiff VB.Mnraaret SEA FOOD 9 9r
rvici'
Thanksgiving of Dr. and
Sunday Evening Service guests ,
7:30: p.m. F. McKinley netendant.Clare
numbers
build. Girl's Trio
by a and
In the educational Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 Mrs. W. Walters were Mr. and No. 1149 !
Chorus, and Gounod's "Praise Ye : p.m Order 'Of Piihllrntlon And Notice To j
people. GRAHAM
young Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m Sirs J. A. Blanton of Miami Mrs. tppear arl'M OK Kl.onil TO, i
i(
The Father mixed
by a choir. :i Alta Ewart- and son, Gregg of Mm Margaret I.1 I\ft>Klnl..y.. whose Fresh Fish & Oysters
\PTIST CHURCH During the week several groups I Ity :Mm. John McKlnny residence and address. IM ISIS Richmond .
K B ; CATHOLIC CHURCH St. Petersburg, Mrs. Frank Wood load Staten Inland 4, New
School, 9:45: A. M. from Penney Farms came here tc Sunday Mass 9:13: a.m. of Jacksonville and J, R. Walters Yorkt 'r Dressed Free

Worship 11 A. M. view the oil painting: "Belshazear's Sunday School 11 a.m. of St. Petersburg. Rev. John Pearce of Jacksonville You are requires: to appear onDerember .
I llth. IBSO, In the a""v.n"n,1
Service 7:30: P. M. Feast. Among them was Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards preached at the Baptist Church Courr and cause. vrberetrplaintiff
Thursday Mary L. Shepherd, who was per- seeks dlvoree. Bradford MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET
Meeting every day Sunday night with a wonderful
Jr.. and children of Atlanta, were County Telexrapt shall publish this
HsO sonally acquainted with the artist
.
o'clock message. In four weekly laaues.Wltneiia .
I -EGupeb LICAe 8'' pntS Iqla Thanksgiving guests of their Order next
o.Hemlngway, Pastor. Mrs. Amy Stewart Fletcher who day at 7:45PENTECOSTAL: I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ed Mr. and Mrs John Willis and at StHrke,my Florida hand,and this official November seal CLYDE W. COLSON

i wards. children and Mr. and Mrs Victor 8th. 19RO. Ph. 2 IS 90* E. CaJI St. StarkeWhat's
: HOLINESS Willis all, of Nichols, spent the (OFFlCIAt PEAL) A. J. Thomas
Among those from Lawtey Aa Clerk nf said Court
I 10th St. and Temple Ave. weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Hy Tlnven Crosby, Deputy ClerkT. .
In Jacksonville last Friday
shopping Frank .
OR YOUR f H LriW REQUIREMENTSIt Sunday School 9:43: a. m.; Morn were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Albert Willis. Ally., for I.andrum I'lf. Starke.11110 Florida 4t 121In
I Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangel's' I Mr. and Mrs. Lassie James and '
Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones '...
Circuit ( .11. IlradCord CountyKlorldai .
tic
Services 7:00 m. Everyone children of Tampa spent the weekend
p.
and children Mr and Mrs. L. H. In f'hanoery..Wllllnm .
To With Slarf" !
\ Pays Trade welcome. I here with his parents, Mr J. Shoemaker, Plaintiff vaI ,
.. Futch and Mrs. Will Edwards. and Mrs. Carl James. I Hilda I: M. Shoemaker, Defendant.Caae : '11k

PROIIANE.. GAS CIIFRC1101'jEst's cimr.HT Mrs Emma P. Hill spent the Mrs. J. Starling and children I Order Of Pnnlleatlon. And Nolle No. 1145 To e

GAS Appliance I OF' LATTER D11 SAINTS! Thanksgiving holidays: with relatives spent the weekend in Branford Appear M.NT\TH OK" "" .OIU.. 'real TO
Hllila Shoemaker whose -
in Ft. Myers.Mr. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. dance la Unknown!
Services each Sunday in USO al and Mrs. J. M. 'Edwards of Odom. You are required to appear on
GAS COMPANY Inc.E. Temple & Tenth Sts. Clyde December llth, 10&0 In the above
Sunday
LADE Atlanta who have been visiting
Mrs. Bunle Broughton and named. Court and cause, wherein"
School 10 a. m. Sacrament Ser reta.lta'es: here returned to their plaintiff ...."k. divorce Bradford
daughter Chlsper spent the waek- (County Telegraph shah, publish this
E. Call St. rke. Fla. I vice 6:30: p. m. Public cordially home last Friday. end In Tampa with relatives' Order In next four. weekly lamiea. n
: Invited. Calton Gibson of Bennettaville Witness mv hand and official seal
Mr. and Mrs Leonard McKinneyo nt Starke, Florida, this November
a. C., was recently vistlng Mrs. Sanford and Mrs L. D. Grahamof 4th, "B.. I
Wells and Ernest. Mr.
May son
.
Hear The Bible Answer LAKE Gibson la a relative of Mrs. Welts. Daytona Beach spent the weekend ...
GENEVA here with Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips ot

Hy Blanche CunninghamMr. : Macon Ga., were Thanksgiving McKinney Let Us Thoroughly
IM IS A HYPOCRITE? guests of Mr. Phillips' parents, I Mrs.Mrs.Ola W.Perkins R. !Swanbom of Hamptonand and

Mr. and Mrs. O. :J. Phillips I Wash Your Clothes
Sermon Topic Sunday 7:30 P.M.: and Mrs. Woodrow Cox announce Mr. and Mrs. Alva A. Cook and daughter Dorothy of Lawtey enjoyed
the birth of a daughter, I the cane grinding at John
First Baptist Church Hampton Patricia. Louisa on Nov. 15 In the small son .were visiting relatives McKinney's Wednesday night. 0 Pound
In Wnynenboro, Danville and Mil- ,
i Alachua County Hospital Galnea Leonard Melton of DHnnd spent
BOB GRAY, PASTOR vllle. len Ga., during the holidays. the weekend with his parents Mr For 40c!
Mrs. T. J. Mrs J. P.
Terry
ping Worship 11 A.M.:\ -Bible School 10 A.M.: | Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Easterly of Wyrlck Miss Elizabeth Terry and and Mrs Lonnlo Melton. FREE Blench If Desired! t
Jacksonville spent Thanksgiving Olln'Graves was here from Day-
B.T.U. 6:301'.01. Terry Futch were vlsting Mr. and
"
tona Beach for Thanksgiving.\ .
with Mra. B. Cunningham and
Mri. Q. W. Durham In Screvens. .
\\A Good Old-Fashioned Gospel Service, I sons. Mrs. Easterly. In a daughter.I II Ga., during the holidays. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Reynoldsof
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. and Jacksonville were Thanksgiving, ;
Finley
To Ilamplon"t I remained for longer visit
Come Terry a We Will
and
guests of her parents Mr.
daughter Martha Sue spent
with her daughter Mrs. Durham
I Thanksgiving wIth friends In Sanford Mrs F. T. Abernathy.
.who Is m. Dry Your Clothes

I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gilchrist and In Circuit four llrmlrord ('o..t,..
I Mrs. H. Ayros has returned froma daughters of Ocala. were recent F'Inr1Aai, II In f'hnnrvrr.llorbxrt For 20c
ririrrin. Plaintiff v.
visit with Irlends In Miami. Her: visitors of Mrs. :Mae Wells. I.llllnn Orlffln, D.fendnnt.

son Charles, accompanied her Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Prevatt Sr.. Order at Inhlli-a1l Ana C....lollr No. SIR ToAnitrar. In New Automatic Drier! \

home and spent Thanksgivingwith ,and Mr. and Mrs. Nell Elder and "' ''TFI nf KIO'UIITO i r= .
his parents here. Lillian Orlffln who* r..M no.. and
children were Thanksgiving din- adilrfum, In. In rum of Y. W. C, A., (.
Seems good to see Emery Cooper ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C Atlnntlo City N.w JtrmyiYou
500 out driving his car again. are required. to appear on
Prevatt Jr., In Ocala. rmnrmbrr. 11th, inr>n, .In the abovannmd
after his being confined to the N. Lacy Futch and son Richard Court and com, wherein"
A. S. Jacksonville, for Plaintiff, ne kM dlvrtrrn, Tlradfnrd' The Washeteria
hospital of Jacksonville were vistlng In : : Telegraph shall: publish. this rI
some time. Lawtey last Saturday. Order' In next four Weekly |...u... I
Wltncna tnv hand and official neat.I.t
Mrs. R. Forsythe. Mrs. B. Cun Rev and Mrs. J. D. Robinson Hturko. Florida, this November Temple Ave. Stark l .
nlngham and Mrs. A. Carlson and daughter spent Thanksgiving IKth. 1550.OFFICIAL( r ,
-
( BEAD A. J. Thorns
were business caller In Starke
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Will Reserve Any : Friday.
:t. Mrs. Sue Myrick Is home again I

somewhat improved in health I

after spending a few months with I

Mr. and Mrs. R. Myrick at Pine SANTA'SCOMING

\\aytag WasherFor I Level.

Mrs. O. Lamoreaux Is home from

a two weeks' vacation spent In 1
Hia
New Orleans La.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hanks and .
Christmas On Our : family of Charlotte, N. C., spent I


parents Thankljfivlnfr Mr. and with Mrs.Mr.T.Hanki1 Seals. TO the hurry ?

Mrs. Ida M. Gentry spent

I j Thanksgiving at the Methodist
ConvenientLayAway Plan Children's Orphanage at Enter
Don want to miss
prise. She was formerly matron '

I there a number of years ago and 4 GAINESVILLEChristmas

since leaving there has never :
'
1| tnlsHed Day. going back on Thanksgiving the NEW 1951 Chevrolet !



I CAIU OF TIIANKM Festival All Day

We wish to express our appreciation

ers and to to the Road County Supervisor Commission Nelson :, Saturday Dec. 2, 1950

Y Only Green for their efforts In our be- ;

half in pumping; out the ditch at ;
'(

5 $$5DoV money Lawtey that enabling was: lost us to In recover the tragic the :. o KIDDIES FREE PICTURE SHOW .

lives of our
accident taking the

parents-Richard. Jr. and Bobby Florida Theater Saturday, 9.12 a.m. s.s .,./',

Bennett. ComingSA4URDAY
,
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STREET PARADE WITH SANTA CLAUS ,

Free Candy 1 1:00: p.m.



WEL'ir o WINDOW SHOPPING PRJZES ALL DAY <..: _, 0

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L YOU DO is pay $5.00 down, a small regular j Look For Your License Plate
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k'y' payment until this Christmas and a brand "i, s; Number In Store Windows "

x MAYTAG WASHER will be reserved for '

a. II We offer the people of Starke
SPECIALS IN THE STORES

S. I and vicinity one of the most

II I modern and finest equipped
SPONSORED BY

welding shops anywhere.All \
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IECTRIC SERVICE Work Guaranteed


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I II BRADFORD COCNTT TELEGRAPH. STAKHK FLORIDA I
102nd Inf.I3rd Dlv., Camp Pick-- 1 Recent
I t Births

I Miss Polly Mann Week of PrayerThe Clark Gable Back ADDRESSESOF ett Marlon, Va. Thaney, charge from S\OJft\:

i Makes 'Who's Who' mission week of In Racing Film INTERESTThe Clifton, N. J. to Apt. 8-C, 32 Summer Mr. and! Mr,,, ItEil'1'fa'. '! :
I foreign
St., Passaic, N J. Jr, announc, .man lie
SundayThe '
) Florida 11.
observed the At holh
will be by
Among Collegiates prayer Ford from ter, 011
1 WMS at the church Monday following new, renewal andchange Mrs.' M. C change Sandr. "J,, Nn'
\ Baptist at roaring excitement of midget received by Sumter, S. C., to Box 281, Starke. cent's Hospital aeklbney
each
through Friday day of addresses
t r 44r 13 o'clock except Wednesday which auto-racing and daredevil, the Telegraph will be of Interest tc C. V. Ingleright, change from Reglstei vh I ',
circuS Wade.
thrill BMty
I J stunts In an auto Indiana to.Box 654, Starke.
I win be at 7:13 p. m. classU readers: .
r I, climaxed: by the 500-mile Mrs. Dolores Phillips, change !
All members are urged to attend speedsters Wm. H. Hayes-53003328 Remington
Office ''i these services. race of the Indianapolis regular-sized, furnishes I I i Hdq.Co.,1st Ret. Bn.,102Inf.. 43 Dlv., from Maryland to 1616 E. Monroe Term. if deslrt.MAnt, { to*.
pray at
Phone 29 I I, St, to Jacksonville. ty Telegraph Bradr,1'4,,
a
the background for "To PleaseLady Camp Plckett, Va.
NoticeThe
W.S.C.S.
Clark Gable and I
I starring Pfc. Geo. W. Rlcks-RA1435034

Methodist Bazaar b WSCS of the Methodist Barbara Stanwyck at the Florida I 8041 Station Hospital, APO 27, Quality HALL MARK ORCCTINa CARDS
Plan Betltt
BPW Members I Church will have their program Theatre Sunday and Monday. San Francisco, Calif. PHOTO PINISHINOa

Christmas Party And Turkey SupperSet and social meeting next Monday, This pulse-sounding drama offers Mrs. L. R. Lambert, change HR.-CRVICB | wtnN1Wn11

I II For Dec. 8 Dec. 4, at 3 o'clock. Gable the type of hard-hitting from Washington, D. C., to 4311 Cameras Ree 41 1 N

I At the November meeting of 1 O1eI ... Circle 1 will be entertained al high-romancing role which first Mahan Road, Silver Springs, Md. ,,;-
e's 181st
I Starke Business and FrofessloiWoman's The W. S. C. S. Bazaar at the the home of Mrs. A. F*. Saus;; brought him Into the limelight and Chas. L. Wiggins Dental Clinic

I Club held Monday even- First Methodist Church educational Circle 2 at the home of Mrs. L. A which subsequently shot him Into TJSNAB Coronado, San Diego Cal. ADVERTISING PORTRAIT ft V EIEP'+ IFWHEN trpq-

I Ing, Nov. 20. plans were made :for building, Friday, December 8, Davis and Circle 3 at the home ol Number One place at the box: T. J. Moore, change from Starketo PHOTOGRAPHY OH0 1
be
the Club's Christmas party to will feature a Christmas them ., Mrs. Hogan Smith. office. I 418 N. Vermont Ave., LakelandFla. 'L4TI I
1 the
18 at ?
held on December throughout. Mrs T. H. Slade and ,. I Brannan, ex-Marine Wedding & -
Mike :
He plays IDS W. CALL ST
\ home of Miss Della PHONE 2> DialllO
Lake S
Kingsley Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy made plan James Stewart who has fought his way 137 E. POST CARD t
hero Whitehead
\ Rosenberg. Hostesses on that i icaalon oe- this week for the "Chrlstmai I I Miss Helen PHOTO STARKE. FLORIDA _
I will be Mrs. Janie Avery, Decorations" booth which will feature Starred In Film to the top as an autoracingdriver 16th St., Jacksonville, F1a.I WEDDINt I

I I Mildred Doyle Lorraine Champion< Christmas corsages, wreath. Coming To Park but whose to ruthless come out determination first I John P. Casey SR, USNTC, Co. Our Reputation Is Your Guarantee of Satisfach

) I I and Desta Dyal. Gifts will be exI and other door decorations and Miss Polly Mann, sister of E., C cost tha lives always of two of his com ,296, 8 Regt., 81.Bn., Great Lakes, 3. R.. Burlington D.D.A1

I changed. table decorations.Mrs Mann, Jr., of Starke, has been: "Winchester 73" coming Sunday crashes and brings him HI. PHOTOGRAPHER ,
Letters of congratulations 'on J. M. Hembree will be i Ir elected to the 195,0-31: "Who's Who for a 'three-day run at the Park petitors.In the enmity of Regina Ford famous Ret. Elvin D. Casey Co. H., Irwgo-,
the succcsa of the District Meeting Universities Theatre, is a fast-moving, action-
charge of the religious book booth Among Students in American syndicated newspaper columnist
held here In October were read frontier with one of
with a wide assortment of books and Colleges. Miss packed saga ind radio commentator.
from various clubs In the dlatrli foi senior at Valdosta State the finest acting casts assembled .
for adults and children, good Mann Is a between these two
Della Rosenberg and Mildred Sapp] 'or this of film in The conflict I IUQW
type many
.
Christmas gifts. Included In the College, In Valdosta, Ga."Who's neitherf
volunteered to work with the ilgh-powered personalities
Historian, Thelma Dlnklns, tc display will be Fulton Oursler', Who Among Students In rears. whom will give an Inch, Is resolved :
Club latest book, "Why I Know Thereis American Universities and Cot Such stellar performers at en- .
circumstances ,
of the club to when H Are. : ,
history Women Day )
a
Moat
prepare all of Lloyd C Fames Stewart, Shelley Winters, ( '
date for inclusion in a state l lt his. a God, and leges" is a national publication in able Brannan to enter the spec- .
Douglas' books which biographies of outstanding and Dan Duryea'are seen In the acular Indianapolis event and fie

t tory. allked There will be a Children's Corner students appear each year. The ast: of this picture which takes its makes: a decisive choice between How Can I Lower
President Pauline Torode J. R. Wainwright Itle rom the amed 1873-model
supervised by Mrs. persons named for this honor are winning the race or the girl heloves.
for donations for a box which i Bhe with gifts and toys for elected on the basis character, Winchester rifle that has been c

will Girls carry next to week.the Ocala The group Home voted for- cookies the children, punch, candle., and scholarship, and activities.leadership The in purposes extracurricular tailed hat won by the historians'West" : "The gun The thrills of this last ,event the, The Family Food IJiIlJt,4WeIV ?

to the Red Cross to $2,50
give of these firearms
How
of the recognition are to one
Mitchell, general
Mrs. T. G. .
buy a package for distribution i among from hand to hand In the famous' Indanapoll| Speedway ""' :
Incentive for students asses /
chairman: of the bazaar announces lerve as an the most exciting morents -
overseas i at among;
service men ire
until It reaches the trigger
that this will be a good time for to make the most of their college Urn motion
a Hare Fo'ind
caught by Families Out
Torode also ever : )
Mrs. 5,000,000
Christmas time. 'of destined to Than
the More
Christmas shopping as there :will careers to act as a recommendation Anger man :1t!". (
told the members present that the claim It for his own,.Js skillfully picture camera. Customers'
be all kinds of hand work, aprons, to the business world, and to .
State President, Mrs. Edna Van standard of measure- old In an exciting manner. Where You
feature A&P
as
etc., available. A surprise serve a at
here recently SALEA Shop
Acker of Miami, was will be the "Parcel Post Sale" ment for students in all colleges James Stewart gives a fine FOOD -' Corner

and had dinner with several i of which will consist of surprise packages Election to "Who's Who" is one of characterization as Lin McAdam, bazaar and food sale \Is sched-
the members"' the honors Valdosta State a L fast man o nthe draw, whoa\ In the Florence low Prices
to be sold for a quarter. highest led for December 2, Are there employ. Get Storewide
;
any
local
the for
Severat'members of ; earchlng the western frontier the post
College can give.Outstanding near
for the turkey to Brown building
Tickets supper
organization who killed his father. He ees in Ail that
club will attend an he man Relief Society your you
from B to 8 m., are in campus activities office, sponsored by the
be served p.
at Hawthorn on Thursday, fins the prized repeating rifle \in have found
particularly
meeting church.
wlO1 itlll available through the members Miss Mann is a member of the of Latter Day Saints On Hundreds of Items
to assist contest held in
November 39th markmanship
a i -
of the WSCS. The price is Women's Student Government As- The affair la planned to raise money efficient or courteous
their new club. odge City in 1876, only to lose Relief
and BOc for children lociatlon and has served as first for the benefit of the
adults
Ft for If wish lei
the It t to succession of men and so,we you'd
< a
Della Rosenberg gave program church building of
((8 and under.) rice-president of the organization Society and the Day..Instead
It from the manor know. Every
of the evening on "Our She has also served on the House rally regain very und. us

Club" and was. assisted by Margaret Baptist W.M.U. Council and monitor staffs of the whom he has been searching We want to hear about
Miller, Melba Partin, Deal I Dan Duryea, one of Hollywood'
WSGA. hold the the who do the Few One-Day orWeekEnd
Dyal and Mildred Doyle. FollowIng Met At ChurchThe In her freshman year Miss Mann hop "heavy" actors, plays a top who briefly and illegally employee Just a

this the hostesses, Elizabeth elected secretary of her class supporting role as one of the men I fie.Koch's best job, to tee can keep

Andrews, Thelma Dinklns and business and program meeting wag She has been a member of the ,,- them in mind for better !
Arnold served retted : of the Baptist WMU was held "Specials"
Maryon campus YWCA for four years and job.
menta to the 14 members present, In the educational building November -
member of the "Y" Cabinet for ,
a
21, at 3 p. m. The If there's somebody In
I tional was led by Mrs. two years' Active In the Sports Drug Store AP thai all advertisedprices
devo-I
con ASP
U.D.C. To MeetThe Club. Miss Mann has been a member your you \ What's more guarantees

Morse. of the Sports Council fro threeears ""., eider an outstanding per for a full week, even though market\
W. T. Week's chapter UDC' "Is there a doctor in the house" and serves as Its sec will be of food
now week's
former, doing supply
will meet next Wednesday, Dec. 8, was the program'topic presentedby retary. She Is now a member of .. Q .I j { you prices go up. So buy a
at 3 o'clock at the home'of Mrs. I O. the Dora Alderman Circle.' the advertising staff of the "Pine him and us a favor if you I.: and household needs at A&P. (It makes no

L. Beaslry and Mrs. J. W. Kli Those taking part were Mrs. F, B 2one" college yearbook write totCUSTOMER J difference what day or days you do so.) At

cald with Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr.. Beard, Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. O.I boas Mann's academic recprd e. 'l1l \) : RELATIONS the end of the week, compare your total food
-
B. Flynn and Mrs. H. A. Lawson has entitled her to membership in J. .:: /- else.
what might have spent
DEPARTMENTA bill with you
The business meeting was conducted I both the Freshman and Senior Gifts for All
I SANTA Headquarters that you can
"P Food Stores We think you'll agree
GIVES by the president, Mrs. S. Honor Societies, and she is now where.
E.: Sparks at which time reports president of the Senior Honor So- 420 Lexington Avenue save more more easily by doing all

I 1 1 FAST at officers were received. The riety. She has been honored further ELMEK the ELF New York 17. N. Y. marketing at A&P.
Circle had the most voted the Most All- your guaranteed
da Darby by being here
of Toyland shown
welcomes to the''opening; Prices
RELIEFwhen members present, and the leader, Hound Girl In her class during her you ( Nov. .*>O through Wednesday, Dec. S)
COLDMISERlIS Mrs. Wesley Andrews, will wear Junior year. 16-Page Story, Came and Puzzle Book for the Thursday, '

STRIK1 the new pin for the month. A report Miss Mann's other campus affiliations FREE Kids 1

was given on the Week of Include membership In the

Prayer to begin December 5. Justness Club, the Valdosta Club ]""# 19c
the Math-Science Club, Glee Club, Footballs----- up Oranges 288s 5 lb.- bag M... ,., ('/erl.,..."
PHONE 218 SV.C.T.U. Meeting Japtlst Student Union, and Extra. Cuddly and G/f'; \ "SVEETGIFTS"{
Yellow Onions 2 lb. 9c
Activities Committee. - .
4 COLONIAl Ait TabernacleMembers 2urricular Secretarial Sets 49c 24 reel,..'tor Holiday rp..."I tl/,
Tinker
She is majoring in ,. Toy Bwoeto lealured le. roll.1t \
Science and minoring in Spanish. l Grapefruit - 3 for 23c color Ie tie Dec''er' .
i of the W C. T. U. i Iwua .: F -

FLORISTFLOWERS gathered In the Tabernacle anne: Tootsie Trucks lOci I IIIUIO O'KI'\IO e

for their regular monthly meeting; Hay Loft PartyIs Potatoes 10 lbb bag -'," 49c Dccembcr1Voman's Day cIII".K
last Friday afternoon. The seiston I
EventThe
Unique Two-Gun -- '''---
opened with prayer and the l w .- ..-:. '

Scripture reading was Psalm 146 Evelyn Deal Class of the Ranger Set, - $1.90 Idaho Baking Potatoes, lb. Sc wuaWICK DAnK

FOR ALL, OCCASIONS which was appropriate to the season First Methodist Church entertained C.OI.DWY IHPI I Mill Chocolate, 2 lb. -. 1.15
of Thanksgiving. Explana with a Hay Loft Party last Friday -
Stuffed Bananes 2 lb. 25c
done were made to the effect that evening in the recreation bal DOLLS Large - wAnwIKFtNCY ,

I the membership drive luncheon Highlight of the evening was the Animals FIOUl ANJOVC Milk Chocolate, l lb. 59c'

1 (j) was postponed for the present.. Th "Possum Hollow Grand Ole Opry] Eating Pears lb. - 17c
.
Committee Members, however, presenting the following cast of '
98cMisses for1 1
carried out their work satlafactor- characters: Mrs. Lloyd Creel, Rome Apples 5 lb. pkg. :_ 49c Peppermint Patties 4

DISH GARDENS ily and a dozen new and renews Minnie Pearl; O. P. Hutto, ZekMiss ; ,
pledges added to the roster. Tern;: Sharon Hall, Morphine; Mia C WOR'I'UMon..1 2'
Fresh Green Cabbage lb. 4c Cream lb. -
POTTERY perance articles were read and Lucille Alvarez, Odlne; Mrs. She Hankies25c r Drops,

discussed. I lie Hall, Matilda Shortcut; Archie CrwcuLATE <:0":11.:11< : : )
PLANTS
POTTED WOltrIUIOI"
boxLadies' 8c
Octagon Laundry Soap
with Green, Fetch 'n' Stepplt; Charlie 39 c
As the meeting opened _.. Dates Ib .. -
FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE prayer, so it was closed and the Quick, Uncle Ezra; Miss Garnlt '
members adjourned to meet again Hutto, Petunia Jimsonweed; and Pearl A-Jax Cleanser - 12c. welt rn'ion lcHHOCLtl1

the last Friday in December Refreshments Gilbert Newcomb, Grandpapp; t : : 1110 French Creams, 1 Ib 3
Nona at Starke were served by the< Speers. Mrs. Herbert Deal, In the Sets 98c Lux TOilet 9c
Soap -
hostesses, Mrs. Grady and Miss role of Judy Canova, was mlstrea .- .J\1'11'1' p.uaKF.R 1.3..
i Fruit Cakes 1z! lb. -
Wallace. of ceremonies.The '. Kiddies Pearl 11EGr1.iH: OAR -
game, "Feudln' an' Fussln' 49c to $4.98 Sweetheart Toilet 9c -
Soap eFnve1.eNee3PACKAOO
'.'
I with rt.rE p.iIiKEiI BROWN
:
r--- Members played by two teams 25c
Musicale was Stes 16(
Rolls 12 in pkg. -
Charlie Parker as head of the ,
/
Hear Miss Stern Tucker clan and Rev T. G Mitchell Tide oceans of suds 30c 0'1'1110:1.ulon: .Ua.I P/NKF.It TRR1THOOCL.R

D .BI.1C head of the Homer clan. This 1 Ib. Box Chocolate Candy -.- - 79c rtrE P.tRKeR PL.t.I"I ,

FL-: Mist. Louise Stern entertainer game brought much laughter, together IUR Donuts doz. 19
STARKE the Starke Musicale and patron with Gilbert Newcomb'i 51b. Box Chocolate Candy - 2.596pc. Camay Toilet Soap 9c fresh ,
recital Tuesday -
at; a beautiful piano self-made bull fiddle. JNIO;] 1'ARKrII

Sun., \Ion.! Tue, Deo. S. 4, "5 Starke evening Woman's of last Club.week at the test The was prize awarded In the to hog-calling O. P. Hutto con Stainless Steak Knife jej -2.98 PeRvx.11 Ivory. : Soap II.'R '_ 3 for 17c Mince Pie,8 in. each 49.-:


'73 Miss Stern, a graduate of the Mr. Mitchell won the award for & Pencil Set - 98c LAlLGe111.11t JtVF1; PARKER 3Lt11CE

I ,Winchester St. Louis Conservatory of Music, the best teller of tall tales, and 3-pc. Pen Ivory Soap _ ISc Fresh Jelly Roll, 11 oz ea -
| presented on her program: Prelude Mrs. Mitchell was winner in the 1.98
James Stewart, Shelly Winters, Boudoir Lamps -
: from the Third English Suite bean-guessing contest. Mrs. Foster Lovely Pottery p't'K.aIJ AAP IItAUa;] A NO. 1 TALL 31
Dan Duryea In O-flat bj] first prize for' Flakes 30e Fruits for Salad -
|by Bach; Impromptu Shi Smith won Ivory Soap ": -
I Plus Short Cartoon, News Schubert; Nocturne in F Sharp by I the cleverest woman's costume, PERFUME Nut Cracker BOY'SAtomizer RliU.Q

Chopin; Scherzo In C-Sharp minor and G. S. Newcomb took honors Brush Set H 1.:0 t.L.Ut BAli PI..II"I nR SJlLII' 1.4
bag -
SET Lava _ lOc Iona<< Flour 25 lb.
Intermezzo In C. by Prizes for the children Soap ,
Wed., Thu.., Dc. 8, 7 by Chopin; for the men. '

DOUBLE FEATURE Brahms and Scherzo by Grtffes. I were won by Archie Green 39c 39c S9c "nO 'I'Io"I"'Q' UOI.IU1"l 'RIoJA" STYLI! 15

The Woman's Club which was and Chuck Newcomb. Door prize Crisco 1 lb. can _ 33c Ion Corn, No. 303 can =
-
My Dream Is YoursDoris elaborately decorated with seasonal was won by Miss Sharon Hall.

Day, Jack Carson, flowers, made a beautiful setting Miss Pat Lambe. clan president assistance ,, Last Call for FREE NAMESon Grapefruit - 6 for 25c WOLKERs. "!' 33
with the -
for the recital which drew a made the awards 1 1- onarne -
Eve Arden
Adolphe Menjou record crowd. of the three Judges. CARDS "11111011ot'.sl .:'..: p-
AND After an hour of entertainment CHRISTMAS Milk TaU _ 2 for 23e .ERJ'U -: PI.F."ITO 216 e..f F.a 8Iona
dish Mel 0-Bit .
and fun, a delicious covered - ,
|Rugged O'Riordans and Mrs. Charley Johns as co- supper was served to the 30 guest "10. alii: t'1 ---c

Plus News hostesses. enjoying this event. COMPLETE LINE of TREE DECORATIONSCome Peaches _ 28c Longhorn Cheese, lb. -.-_
-
Mrs. Luther Powell and Mrs. Attends Conference tap F.'ICY1.It'En HHCFT A""ORT"I) 3..
And Use Our Lay-AwayJMan -
Frl., Sat.. Dec. 9, 9 Lex Green have planned a ChrUt- In WashingtonMrs. In Pineapple _ 30c Cheese Slices, 8 oz. pkg' -

mas program to be given at this ALWAYS SAVE AT KOCH'SDRUG Old "Ot.'TIl 8 07:. CAr C'OLORE'U --- 5<

Maggie & JiggsOut meeting. Chursday. Lex for Green Washington Is leaving, D. C.on Orange Juice 6 oz. can 5c American Cheese, _lb -
Jacksonville
West will State be guests officers of honor.from They are: where she will serve White as Conference a Florida

Mrs. Grady Matthews, presidentof m delegate Children at the and Youth being held I STORE Call St.
PLUS A & P Food Store 300 East
the Florida division; Mrs. Fleetwood In the Armory In Washington, Dec.to K 0 C H

Howard, treasurer; Mrs. T. 3 I 7. While in Washington Mrs. FREE DELIVERY Florida
'Old Texas TrailWith secretary Jreen will visit her brothers and The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. Starke,

K. Ransom, corresponding families, the Charles and Yancey Phone 53 Night 273-W F..tlr. C..teate ,
of Cetrrltatee IBM
Rod Cameron ; Mrs. V. Dauphin, director iarrlses. Mrs. Y. A. Harris of

Pilaf Cartoon Serial District 2; Mrs J. L. Medlin, par. ialnesvlllc, Mrs. Green's mother

lamentarlan and Mrs. Charles irlll stay at the Green home duroing .

I less her absence.


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oreE.roF.R I. 19 O- BRADFORD OOUNTT 1<.16GRAPH: STAMCB, 1rLO 1DAY2IN -

i : about "Wake was so small that I began let.
after
fall
Mr and Mrs C. I* Streat of MIami Sgt. David Southerland Recuperating At Home O.two I. months'trucks service apart over there,, to think the plane was goingto Sgt. Southerland tags
his
dog
instead of one tooth
land In the water
were weekend of Mr.
and Mrs Steve Simmons guests. Wounded In Korean Battle tile roads are so bad. on theG I.-lnhabltated Island. i very few pounds. Consideringwhat
[ After Being I
"From 'Mary: You' they took m he has been through
__ I of Honolulu -
Mrs. John Mundorf was visited the road then, and this N. K spot.ted to the Naval hospital ship Repose, "My first Impression to I would say he is faring very well.
by her daughters Mrs. H. E King By Jewile Lee Laxenby 1 where I stayed 11 days without was Its striking similarity
J'I and MrsV.. F. Oliver of St the weapons-carrying truck In South Florida I stayed In Tromple r
THE NEWS Petersburg Sgt. David Southerland of Lake which I waa riding on 'the front being able to eat or drink anythingMy Hospital for three days' rest an<* FREE !
on Saturday.Mrs. was to the Army
: next
move
Butler, who was wounded In Korea seat He sprayed at the whole check-up. It la supposed to be
M. L. Maynard of AlachuaIs Is home and us this' I's and 4 General Hospital In Tokyo by Removal
r r- T .. now gave truck of 12 men -8 G one of the most modern hospitals For Prompt FREE
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ada of his experiences over ) plane. I was hospitalized there about .
story of Korea: troops
ROKe (Republic In the world. & Worthless
'' Sets, sultalgifts W. P. SlYilth! who had spent tht Alexander Mrs. Alexander has there I to 20 days. I left there In a C- of Dead, Crippled.
Than : would be the one
I
t.1 .Tea and own use; 4 past six weeks after leaving the I also had as her: guests during the: "On July 17 we embarked from I, Of get course It. I was hit with a .30 cali 89, a slrato-cr'uiser equipped with "We left there one morning about and 3 Cattle, Horses Mules.
tell/ hospital With his brother-in-law I past week Mr. and Mrs C. ODupulg stretchers and accommodating SO arrived In San Francisco
won't shell and If & Hoes .
i 'paldes Tacoma Wash, arived In Korea: bre machine gun you That ,
ftt eelsTcal'f' and sister. Mr. and Mrs. F. W I of Alachua and Mr and of ua .unlucky guys. .We left Tok o'clock In the afternoon.
breakfast 31, and remained In the want to know the exact locationof StarkeWE
t r Varnadoe lji Palatka, returned to I Mrs Larry Reynolds of Palatka. July Imagination yo at 10 one night and about 8 was our longest hop. We stayed I Call 132,
until August the wound-just use your
sembly area
his home here as-I stopped at there a couple of days and took off COME !
on Monday. the next morning we
Mrs. Bill Tllley and I Buddy Faxon a junior at Flor ting organized and briefed. If it hadn't been for myfour and breakfast for 'San Antone' and then to Mobile ALWAYS
d In Mrs. EmtHa Capo of St. Augustine Ida-Southern the weekend Wake for refueling a "
and key
weekend one
spent acts of dog tags
the about 1 whereI
into combat
spent "We went and ranks and on to Ft. Benning Florida Renderers
e was the Thanksgiving weekend with his mother Mrs. bullet and of scrambled eggs ,
Tilley-s W. D. Fax the
Mrs. which intercepted
vfcin a. m., leading up to the big drive took off about 10 will return on December 1 to .1.1I
.fle S. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman and sister, Mrs. M. C. Ford, I From there we l INC.
family, Mr. and Mrs. lon of Aug. 10. We were In a horseshoe bent it to a slight curve guessI and arrived In Honolulu be stationed permanently.
that
d S morning
Jr.
Register,
? to tell the I
be here .
wouldn't
River but- V
Jr. I bend of the Naktong I about 6 that afternoon "Hera la my souvenir-the
of Tampa was a Pat McQrJff was the guest ,of I Mrs. Ben Rowland and daughter, when the enemy cut off one entire 1

nrwell of MM. Janie Avery. Buck Snyder in Jacksonville the Kay, spent from Thursday to l Sun: platoon and we lost 49 enlistedmen I tale."I got off the truck and took to .;;! -_ .. ;:--. :' _:-- :::- -.- -- :: -- ::" :0 -- if
nest
P M. Barefoot past weekend and the two attended day visiting relatives In Talahasseeand and one officer I the ditch and ordered the vehicleto ,

d Mrs Sanderson visit- the Florida-Alabama game Chipley. "Battles raged back and forth push on. I heard them open up Starke,
in I [
day Barefoot'S brother and 18 ft. Armntronfr, linoleum BlldCongo..um. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins until the big drive started. The with our ,50 calibre machine gun toy SIIi :ALIN\ FACTORY SERVICE Florida
.
Floral and tile pat had as their weekend Mrs the
and Mrs W. F. Bare- guests N. K. began retreating with our I in the direction of enemy gun .
Ir. trrnn.. Hart Vurnltiire Co. Fred Guy and children. Jane and men following them until about which: hit me.

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deal had Jimmy, A. Z. Adkins Jr., and where In the
H. M. Cook and 70 miles north of Naktong, "I was lucky for I stayed
Mrs of Tampa wIguesta as their weekend guests, Mr Bill Pendleton of Gainesville. the enemy established a line of, ditch only about 10 minutes before SPECIALIZING in REBUILDING

Hoppe of Mr and Mrs Deal's son and family, Mr. an9fr's. Billy Miles spent the weekend In defense so that the remainder of II two negro first aides came and

and Mrs J .W. Kinthi -; Herbert Deal, Jr., and children Hahlra Ga., as the guest of Mr the retreating army could get a- took me about 300 yards buck to
Jey Herbert and Michael of and Mrs. Tom Starling I and losses. station which was without .
way with fewer I I|I a first aid
i daughter Miss Lily Starling. at' time WATCHES and ANTIQUE CLOCKS
'Church Dothan, Al% "They put up a pretty stiff resistance a doctor that so
,10 > L. D. Mrs. \V B. Mundy, Jr., and Mrs there.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Rltch but our Infantry and mortar they could do me no good
*
-
aU day ;
Food Building!Sale, nr .Cable and son, John, of Gainesville were Guy some H.In Sale the Veteran's visited R.hospital A. New-in broke through and either cap- "They took me back to 'Mary : :- b_:" ,,_ _-':::::" __--._..- ,T'" --- ___"_ --__ -__ --- .. -:: ':_0- i
reen Sunday guests of Mr.mnd'Mrs JH tured or ran off the defenders. You (I don't know how' to spellit

L. ..Rltch at Klngsley Lake. Lake City Wednesday' ,! of last week We began hammering at them about but that' how you pronounce .
Dyal and Mrs. T. Friends of Mr,,Newsome will be I
.._
In Oaines- Mrs. S. E. Reyes, Jr., and baby 9 that morning and finished it) over roads that would make our :
shopping happy to hear he Is much Improved
re roads seem, paved
6 that afternoon county graded
Steve, of Jacksonville spent part up the job about
[rday afternoon. of last week with Mrs. Reyes' Mrs. Newsome Is staying In "We moved about 100 yards up. highways by comparison. Those
UK( McKnight was the parents Lake City during Mr. Newsome'* The Gift : j
Give the Family aNew \,
her stfioolmate, Mlasurnslde Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sapp convalescence.! 'f 4 I
Mr. *. Jr..
In Tampa for and Mr J. R.:CJiaateen COMB to the L. D. S. Church

tog. Both girlsare and sons J. Hoy Mrs. J. E. Futch, Bazaar & Food Sale, all day Sat frIEATRESTA'RKg Way of Life' P.
Mrs. S. E. ferownlee and Mrs. J .
)
Ca- Supreme
at FloridaSouthern.Mrs urday. Brow BulUIng near I 1
James T. Spurlln. M. Brownlee :were guests of Mr. nova's WITH A NEW MONEY-SAVINO j

rick Ala, were visitingre and Mrs. H. U Brownlee at the Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cooper of

the early part of last Brownlee cottage at St. Augustine Jacksonville were Sunday guests of Dedicated To Community Service (ltJsity! i

also visiting Mr. Spur- Beach on Thanksgiving Day. Mr and Mrs. Jesse Nevysome.! "Movies Are Better Than Ever" PHILCO I FREEZER ;( i'i'f

rrfday for Chicago, HI., Miss June Caldwell of the State Mrs. Roy Reddish and Mrs. Bobble erVce", I

nay Farms. The Spur- I Farm arrived home Friday for a Reddish of Webster were Sunday Sun., Mon., Dec 3, 4 v t

Iday for Clhlcago, 111., I two weeks Vacation from her duties guests of Mr. and Mrs A EMcKlnney. Saturday, Dec. 2 ONLY value

will attend the Inter- : ; at the Kalaer' -Frazler plant in DOUBLE FEATURE ,

Calf; Exhibition In the Detroit Mich. I Miss Virginia Sewell of Grove- .
,,1i Yards and also visit OU and wood heaters all sizes" land visited her parents, Mr

Paris and Peoria, Ill., at Hart Furniture (b. I and Mrs. W. B. Sewell Wednesday -

,Milwaukee Wis. They Mr. and Mrs.; Carlton Chastain I and Thursday of last week ..... ..... j

three weeks. Mrs., and daughter Sue, of Hampton The Sewella drove to Tavares Friday
gone and Mrs. S. E Reyes,, *
visited Mr.
the, former Elma Lee where Virginia sang at a i
Jr., In Jacksonville Wednesday of r
.
Starve. I wedding.Mr. HAYp ...
ntly |leang.| permaiiogruphlc last week. and Mrs. E. C. Mann Jr, 11
productions Mrs. L. E. Miner, has returned toher had as their guests Thursday and

nn, Bron.! Studio. home In New Smyrna Beach Friday of last week, Mrs. Mann'?

lihns" and son. Randy, after spendl/ several months i mother, Mrs. Madle Howes, of Val.dosta -AND-

and Mrs. C. N. Christy with her sister, Mrs J. H. Fields. Ga., and Miss Polly Mann

OR from Wednesdayf Green J. McGrlff, Sr., and Mr a student at Valdoata College. tftb F4,2 "
f last week McGriff Jr., attended the showingf A perfect ChrUtnm gift a Join : aTf

Jh Edwards, a studentst. the 1951 fontlacs in Atlanta, photo by The llno\er Brim Studio e111.. "1 ,M.O.M'ar.adls.w.9. I \ I

Luke's hospital In Ga, Tuesday and Wednesday of Mrs Joe Martinez underwent an teakwv.hn.el
\ last week. St. Luke's hospital in ,,,
', spent from Wednes- operation at CI .
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f\\ Sunday with her parBid Mrs. Morgan Heath of Fort Jacksonville Tuesday morning 1 I ..
Mis Guy Edwards, Lauderdale is visiting her parents |' Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr.. and I i a .e rHIICO *09

'13.1. as their Thanks- Mr and Mrs. .t. S. Sapp this weE'k.I daughters, Mary Sue and Sally 9 ft. Advanced Design
Its. Mr and Mrs. Harryf Mr. and Mm. G. J. McG rill, Jr., ( Ann spent from Thursday to Saturday v ,I .
Jacksonville.\ spent the weekend In Eustis ,'Islt. with Mrs. Epperson's parents i
Mci rift's parents, Mr Richard, 1'I.l's-1uLI 8 "Jam lSi.o'". of PHILCO
i the 1M i). S. Church ing Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. | a a : .
Ilnml", !Sale all day Sat- and Mrs;. D. A.. Monteith. i in Jacksonville.Mrs. Mo." Serial and "Lrprn'haun

fivin Building near Ce.e .- Mr. and 1011'11. Gilbert Newcomb : J. F. Roger and Mrs.Vat Gold'Cartoon m 'III16 hews! & "" Ise. u.wl" (''arlaTuts ". ( Li..5- REFRIGERATOR

and son Chuck, were In Orlando ter P. Rogers of Jacksonville were, I -- .. .

Miles arrived home Monday and Tuesday where Mr. weekend guests of Mrs. J. F. Rog-) ., Wed., Dec. 5, 6 Thurs., Fri., Dec 7, Hr' Unmatched In quality at thaprlcot
1 of last week to visit Newcomb attended the Coca-Cola i er''a daughter and family, the TFrank i ': .( w )tee True Zero Luna Frmxar..
Court Hotel Quick Chlllnr, sleet compart
Mr and Mrs. E. F. meeting In the Orange Landrums. m.nt. Adjustable Shelve 8
also visited Mrs. Newcomb'imother. Friends of Mrs. W. H Nollmanwill *l
|<"re being transferred They Full-Width Crlnpur.Depotlt '
ler Field, Biloxl, Miss,t Mrs. M P. Moye, In Or- be happy to hear she is much FOa lea I 4 Mauls 8

|near Detroit, Mich on Undo and Mr. Mewcomb's parents i Improved after: a week's illness. F TOOt j 1 R.s.rv.sfor I
I Mr. and Mrs. 1;!:. W. Newcomb inOrlo I Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Phillips ofLake Ii $

r neighbor, he Vista. City visited Mrs. Phillip d New 12Y2 cu. ft. PH I ICO of Only 1 0 Christmas .
knows'1 Frank O. Peterson ,
Pearce on
Mrs Bertha
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.i at The IIoovilillo. had as their recent guests Mrs.eterson's Mrs.. 'I Tuesday + ..t Easesf-fo-use? Chest/ Type $ 1 10.00 A Small Deposit will I
recent guests heater, all .Il.e"|:
", I I had as their Mrs. Oil antI wood Rail, Eddie Albert Holds up to 435 Ibs. of food!
Mrs. William Norris of cousin, Mr. and at Hurt Furniture Co. LATEST NEWS Kxclusive design puts 70% of Reserve Any of Our ,
Hartpence and Mrs Dorothy %V. H. Thomson Jr.. and PLUS I'Ll'H "Koll r Derby Girl" Short
William Mrs.
R. H. ,
Mr and Mrs. I above knee level.
storage
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ofoundbrook and of Progress Aiur. Fine PHILCO Products
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r Jacksonville spent : Shepson and children of Monticello spent and "Cuckoo Clix-k" Cartoon 3 compartments. Easy-lift storage .
\\f day In Ocala visit. N. J. It Is the first weekend! with Mr. and Mrs. F. FStump tone bimketn. Temperatures as low as CHRISTMAS I

The Norris's had as' time In 33 years that Mrs. Peterison Mrs. Stump returned tcMontlcello Mode zero. DELIVERY I I
,d guests Mrs. Bruce I has seen h<>r cousins. with her daughter and EIM21

to daughters, Patricia!i COMB to the L. D. S. Church I family for a week's visit. Eta

I Ocala and Mrs. J. C.II Bazaar A "o"d Sale. all day Patrolman and Mrs. Quentin I

,I Drlena Dodd also of urday. Brown pudding/ near lIt-1 Fllllnglm had as their guests theearly ALL KINDS dPlan': NEW 1951

II Sunday guests. nova'n part of the week Mr. Flllin- OF FOODS ARE
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Fllllnglm, E1t4iIidikIdiIaIlvDsign
glm's mother Mr. Nora
and mint. Mrs Wylie1 Fllllnglm of 2 HERE FOR PHILCOBALANCED

y Branch of [ Cantonment and Mrs. and Mrs YOU I
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I I Forrest Fllllnglm of Kearney -
Mrs. Bill Shiver of Waycross: THE. OLD j

INSURANCEWALL I Ga Alvarez and Mrs. Paul eceTCHEa.A .
Mrs Ralph
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Raymond S" BEAM ,
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maili> now, at Th. Hooter .
AGENCYPLEASE o-. .......-. -. \ I6"PICWRE
Sludlo.Frlrnd.
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PHONE 146 to I learn that he had the mls'ifortune ,)C .

Constant Service Over 50 YenrsLASSIFIED- week to break his right arm last' q I 1 lIi1ll !


Mr and Mrs Howard Thanksgivingdinner Schofleld Armix 3 lb. - 79c
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ue BFPIHF.nl: 0000 OPENINU o; In E..t. Maehui' ". weekend guests ,
were .
.. Uealrr 'I Jacksonville: 4. iiIL,1I
.h'M -.....Ill_ .Mndrl......t.. ... County Steady yaar-r''nd for ttawle..h!rcon1.man pre Caneoe.eary 'I'I of Mr. and Mrs T L. Casey I IMr. Pure Lard lb. - - 19c c e ri
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r11F.Pt1ERD 1 roducts ooh. I and Mrs. James Hobbs ,
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el.rlte. Pa. 19.Ir ) ", InUrmtilla
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he. over U yecr. I family will spend _
age,. and a"pa.l.n"11711-118.: Stow loot I as guests of the H. C. 4 for 25c
Fees: RADIO*. ..Ieh'. .pt. V" IIteml'hl" 2. SARDINES - -
UI.".\O..I.tPUII. A 141. Dallolo: Slatlon tiP I Turners.Mlsse.
I. : 6uaruteNtiiadlionelg T.nn. Morgan andOdessa
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E.., Stark FOR SALF.r Plano good conditionContact ; Thomas will return Dec ",!.i .
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Mr. H."lark./Il. Hasen. Bro ItPWF.I.L S from Philadelphia. Pa., wherethey ONIONS 3 lb. - - "111 SHOW YOU EXACTLY HOW -, J
Mal desk .r, 0" call 7IJ with the 145SO. ,
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model type affiliated .
each ,, have been \ KITCHEN WILL LOOK" ; ,
rarrage A-I con. TOMS YOUR $249.95
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CUh Torm. See. .. FINISHED Hens 550 lb. Children's Hospital for the pastthree y IM.SCRCEN. }t ,
farm. \" ,
Brad lord Tao per Ib at 39c r
County. Tde FI""ho"'''' months. CHEESE lb. JUST A FEW DOLLARS "
dh -- pal Turkey Varm tiPCEMEN'I' - PI..r.v; esOr ,
and
VIa. 18 ft. Armstrong linoleum YOUR NEW AMERICANSTART SM TOUR KlKkM Tronif.rm.rf Info. W.d.ra. i

'ekeon'Al'L1.10 Ja.k''n of any TranDUS kind- BLOCK for .al.. Alec,. Oongoleiim. Floral and tile pat.tprn" KITCHEN!IA fin....II".. Suuly-N Our "..-*,Kill! PHILCO 1601. It's the nation's) .se I II

0w.. U un Indian Chief motorcycle. I Hurt Furniture Co.Paul 33c value) sensation in full-quality. '
one rvilla GRITS 5 Ib. Many of neighbor have already taken
A-1 condition.Wahlln. :1 J'dJ.a' ours:, Knight of New York City Ii I advantage your of our free "kitchen plan" 16-inch: television! Yes, exclusive "
Bird Grill Lak. ZIP 1211 weekend forshort sI a Philco Balanced Bean dcaur.tivebuyerorbuitdcreocanyoolWithout .
Klngaler will arrive this d offer. If you're a borne-owner or prmpcc- "
.ma1\. I visit with his parents. Col. t brings new heights of viewing

for Sale FOR mar BAlKBed mule: K. Zb0Tn'\ Prevail.** : i and Mrs. D. E. Knight and hi.brother. MAYONNAISE Pt. 37c e any east or obligation to you, we will l enjoyment. no blur or smear.

easy to hnndl; J- F. tiP H V. Knight and family. draw up s cuitom-daiRned plan fos m klnf And new Philco Custom-Duples
1-I: ....."vl... duck.. Hampton,., Florid ____ Dickens is spendingdayaJll your present kitchen a miracle of Chaasis achieves super-perform
w; jid'; '. Mrs Mae ofMrs 25c modern and ance even in weak signal areas. t
Rt-ufp IIEATEnS ten Waldo as the guest CORN 2 Cans - ifollm you on our beauty magic Plan-A-Klt efficiency exactly show how See it DO"-th..* Modc-I1601.
''t ...rh.Wr.ono.eyour.norkw
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'.a61v, 'J v,1? Bnx'. $1.95 I. J. B. Fry.Mrs. Tommy Williams ..,Ie.........wtih.... -Amvncaa,t1. It will look alter y<'*l modernize it Into .
no Starke 145. Itp Buye a Warm: Morning' .Spere while I heater.Burn. they Mr. and Scooter, and :MrsMargaret 9VcSTARLING'S _dn,obiiwt nkl J..b..... a beautiful work-saving, ityled-In-teel -, ". ,
wood or .ea and daughter/ GRAPEFRUIT Juice - AMERICAKltthcnN which you can tQW EAS'". JERMr" !
Pars .li.d cabin t lad Davis and daughter .. ;
9l 1 Hor w ter heater. ONLY1.93- andYancey I N do for juat a a month I .
West, [ {
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t' < Phone. 17 ringIt Peggy, all of t r
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.1. rrtpl Camp (lrnd. .. were Thanksgiving holidayguests
ISION STBT CHILD'III PONT fnr rate e".P I of T. S. Williams. C. H. NASWORTHY
it your fitmlns R
saddle .
.. / to choose 11.. N.w w.e"for and Mrs. Paul Raymond
at x -Chaa. CIt Xma.-r.east Of l1r eh,oalarke Mr of Waycross N wA.C .
12" Shop, I road.mt. 4tp 22 and Mrs. Bill Shiver hoUda1 r r Add will ..... .IMM uMara OM or GENERAL SUPPLIES -
the Thanksgiving r O e r ,wr Mel 1 dm*...and you ra build J
Motor Court. MAN Mlth ear wanted Ga. spent with theirIisier. e r Iat your Ma>.ain" biictoea with. _-, STARKE. FLA. .
RELIABLE Belle Glade\ PHONE. 19R. .
lt.a. I I. 1J ml ?. I In yov-tt nrxt ma BIB! '
/ 15 bed- t on farm. oppoorhmhJ Treadwell strlcklsndTbey
a ouncalltyG d"r .
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there
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aa.. raQ"lr..d. p.rm"n..nt. report no crop
'IV ul"'tt ,. .nee. or WrIt.capital tOOa .) .:oANS1IIJmPANT i the recent cold.
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STARKE IS HONORED BY YOUR PRESENCE HERE TODAY, AND WE \WANT YOU

TO KNOW THAT THE KEYS TO THE CITY ARE YOURS! ANYTHING WE CAN j i

DO FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE AND PLEASURE WHILE HERE, WE WILL DEEM IT ,


A PLEASURE AND PRIVILEGE TO DO. ;I


WE ARE PROUD OF OUR AMERICAN LEGION '


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BE THE SPONSORS WELCOMES OUR DISTINGUISHED GUESTS -
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YOU WILL FIND. STARKE X FRIENDLY, HOSPITABLE AND .
OUTSTANDING TEAMS .
SPORTS-MINDED TOWN GEM JEWELRY

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Our Sole Aim la.To Make Your Stay here So Pleasant Today That You Will{Want. O
JONES-LANGFORD-WHITE To Return Again and Again!
SEABOARD AIRLINE RAILROAD
POST 56 THE CITY OF STARKE WATCH INSPECTOR

LEGION MAYOR J.R. WAINWRIGHT
THE AMERICAN STARKE'Sj
COUNCILMEN: : II.A.BISHOP, JR. P.L.BRIDGES -I..O.IIAZEN--JAMES A.LEWIS-W.T.JACKSON
_W E L COM E VISITORS I --- CITY CLERK_ CARL JOHNS CHIEF OF POLICE_W.E.THORNTON LEADING JEWELER



We Are Proud That Starke Is Honored IT IS ALWAYS A PLEASURE TO COMPLIMENTS l

/WELCOME
With Such Distinguished Guests BOOST I .

Today! OUR AMERICAN LEGION 0 F TO THE BEST'TOWN IN
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We Hope You Will Come Back Soon BASEBALL TEAMS TEMPLE MOTOR COURT -' FLORIDA i


: PARK THEATRE KOCH DRUG STORE STARKE'S OUTSTANDING MOTOR COURT DOWLING AUTO SALES I II

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! COMPLIMENTS \ GREETINGS I
, Baseball Program of TODAY >, '

t: Is Building Better Citizens For TO OUR DISTINGUISHED GUESTS .
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Manager ST. LOUIS BROWNS :!''

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SPEAK Wednesday Night at Midget League Game .


CLIMAXING 'THIS ,GREAT d.:]
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SPORTS MEMORIAL DAY i


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FLORIDA BANK at STARKE HARLEY F. STRONG-JEWELER .
CHARLEY E.JOHNS AGENCY SULLIVAN'S DRY GOODS ',',4'"n;

FLORIDA THEATRE c ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUPPLY' ;" -
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FLORIDA FUEL R FARM,HOME&AUTO SUPPLY ,

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K.G.DUNCAN, Agent-Standard Oil WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
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CHAS.C.SHEPHERD FOOTIUI.L& BASEBALL THE WASHETERIA ,
RADIOS& SEAT COVERS
PLAYERS GREENS GROCERY&MARKET .
DO'YLE THE CLEANER AND BUS HANDSCHOOL :,
C.H.NASWORTHY.GENERALSUPPLIES ." CAFETERIA STEFANELLI'S GROCERY&MKT. ;, .-,-,

McGRIFF MOTORS-G. E. & PONTIAC WED.,NOY.29,S P.M. UNITED PLASTIC SIGNS '

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TO OUR MIDGET TEAMS -
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ROBBIN'S Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry ANDREWS MOTOR CO.CONGRATULATIONS H. C. WALL AGENCY '

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We're Proud To Be We wish to announce that we,have taken over the
Best WishesFROM Junior Baseball Boosters
Newsome Dairy route and will endeavor to continue
: STARKE MOTOR COURT ... FROM our policy of good service and quality milk.

SETZER'S' GUY ANDREWS 't.,'.,.,...., .Lawson's Cold Storage &. Mkt. CLOUGH DAIRYCOMPLIMENTS

- 'WELCOME TO STARKE '.' .
GREETINGS .
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Wilson Sporting Goods FROM OF '."

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O. A. Gay and 3. V. Edwards Sr.,, Revival To Start I min Franklin Ralney. .DefendantCa !Nn. 8119. the 54 decrees end of curve 46 mInutes: thence II run secondsWest South: at 15th Stark, 1950.iO2'FICIAL.. Florida SEAL), this A.:1.::November ThomasA. ,

are at home recuperating after Order Of Pakllratlna A a* Notice T. 72168 feat to a point on mir- Clerk ot said Court,.
Sunday Dec. 4M' STATIC or FLORIUA. vey line of Stat. Road H-135 Section -
Appear TOl ClerkT.
BROOKER being confined to the Alachua njHmln Franklin. Ralney whoa IBS denlfnated a* Station I6S By Haven Crosby Stark.Deputy, Florida. CURTIS CANDY
renlflnnre In lit plus 08. the POINT OF BK01NN1NO: Frank rndrum,
County Hospital for some time. / Perry Btreet, High 1117 4t IllS COMPAQANNOUNCES
!North for Plf.
By Iva Mao Lewis \ 1'ul"t. North Carolina! of ditch centerlln; thence run Attys.
Mr. and Mr. Carl Armstrongand You are required to appear on 85 degree.. 14 minute 42 seconds -Bradford- County,
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January ln I children of Port St. Joe Mrs. ',:r., | ed Court and cause, wherein' plain. 40 minute. 18 aeconds East Klarlaai In Canneery.William .
WMU Social Meetutr O. L. Pritchard and Miss Betty Jo tiff neeki divorce Bradford County 60 feet to the end of ditch Allen McHone, Plaintiff vs..
Members of the Baptist WMU Telegraph hall publish this Order Is owned bv Nathaniel Colbert Grace Irene McHons, Def.nd.nt.C..eNo.
Crosby of Greensboro were guestsof | In next four weekly Isnuea.' and Katie Colbert. 1188
i met at the home of Mrs. Eugene: Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby for I WltnvMM rnv hand and official: seal You and each of you .are hereby Order .f Pnbllratlon And "Wotl<-. To
Crosby Wednesday Afternoon, Nov. at Blark.. Florida, this Nov.mb.rW. commanded to appear In the .entitled A""..... 8TATK OK FLORIDA. TOIOrace a
the Thanksgiving holidays.Mr. FIIJJ51L court on the 30th day of l>..c.mber, Irene McHone, whone residence THAT
I 22 at o'clock.. The program was I ( PAL I ,) A. J. Thomas ID60, to show what right title In- and address Is Unknowns
Mrs. James W. Thomas and Mrs. Edd Polk and ; An Clerk of aald Court ter..t, or lien you or any of you have You are required to appear onDecember
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opened by sons were visiting relatives In 1 I i! Ey: Haven Crosby I>eputy' Clerk In and to any of the following de>- 26th. 1960, In the above,
program chairman. Mrs. Earl ; iIL4 1422 rrlbed property and show Fauna why named. Court and cause. wherein 1 lb. Baby Ruth Nuggets
Trenton and Newberry last week y I the sama should. not ba taken for plaintiff seeks divorce and care,'
I Willis led the devotional and I'* TUB (.RT.T roVNT or THKRlttllltl the : rtldrlfJPh: : act forth InTAKE mmtorty .and control of minor child ,
gave a prayer. Taking part on end.Iva Ip "IUC''I. CIM Of IT. the I Bradford County Telegraph shal. 1 lb. Butterfinger
I Mae Lewis la spending a I HHtllFUKU COUNTY VL.OK.IUt, NOTICE that a Declarationof publish this Order In next foul Chips
Mrs. R. F.
the program were : t LAW NO. ?MEI' Taking ha. been filed In the a-. weekly Issues.
Cano and Mrs. James W. Thomas. few days with friends and relatives -: HHADFOHD COUNTY. s politicalCubdilsion liova atylad cause, by the Petitioner: Witness mo-: hand and official. seslst .
In Jacksonville.Mr. of the Stat. of Florida the acquiring; : authority. of thoasproceeding Starke, Florida this November I lb. Coconut NibletsAND
Mrs. of the I
Closing prayer was given by Petitioner va. E. A. Hupp, *t al, JJe- *, of the taking 195
I, James W. Thomas. Refreshments and Mrs. C. E. Crosby and *' '' fendants.NOTirn. NOT."ID! pose above set denurlbed forth In the land petition, for the In pur.this 20th(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :J.: ThomasAs .

were served during the social son, Richard. of Wesconnett were OP EMINENT: DOMAIN: cause, vie: as right of way, drainage -I Clerk of said Court.ClerkA.
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ditches and borrow pits for a By Haven Crosby Deputy
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I hour. I' Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and IN TUB NAMR ANT! BY THE A 1'- portion of mat Road H-23S In A. .1.. Thomss, Jr., Btarke. Florida
Mrs. H. B. Crosby.Mr. THOFtirY OF THE STATE! OF ITadford County:, Florida, and that Attys. for Plf. 11124 4t 1216In | 1 lb. Mint Patties
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and >4 FJ.OFUDATO one of the Judg-s of the Circuit: I
and Mrs. Dan Polk and I.Lli WHOM IT MAY CON-! Court In the Eighth 1 Judicial Circuitof rirrnlt Coart. Bradford County, .
children Eva Mae and Allen and : PKH.V: AN1) to all persons and parties Florida, will, h day ofDecember Florida In Cnnncery.IKriinRce .
Jean and Edward Endicott spent son of Trenton were visiting here havlnit' or claiming\ any rlsht. : A.!). rr.J.h'.tI2: 3 clock Jones .-.wIRI Plaintiff vs.
title interest estate, mortgage or In the afternoon thereof. In Circuit Jay. U. liewls, Defendant. ARE BACKAt
Sunday in Jacksonville with Mr. last week. other lien to or on thorn pertain Court Chambers In Bradford Case No. 81--
paiceli of land hereinafter described County Court House at fcttarka: Order of Pnhllpntlon And Notice TaAppear
and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roberts of Joseph Bachman, Jr.. 18-year. and the following per.onn Florida consider oalil Declaration rATH OV FI.OIIIUA TO.
Mary C. Thomas. They were accompanied Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. old evangelist of Lexington, Ky., i-lHlnilnir by through or under : of Taking, appoint appralners andmak Jiiy U. Lewis, whose nJ"ldD"t'-Ollt: Your Favorite Stores
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known persons who are dead or who : auch order as the Court deems S702 Puldwin Starke
home by Mrs. Alice Fowler and Mr. and Mrs. EcIJ will conduct revival services at are nut known to be dead. or alive: proper. I Michigan 1
Thoma who will spend a few Polk Thursday of last week. the First Christian Church beginning Container Corporation. of America, All parties to the suit and all ;You are required to appear onDecember
Room inn Cnnitolldated. HiilldlnK.. partle. IntereHted may nppwnr end 2IUh. 1050, In the above
days with friends and relatives Miss Yvonne Polk spent Thanks. Sunday Dec. 4 and continuing JackHonvllle./ Florida be heard at the tlnitt and iilacu desIgiutted. named Court And cause, wherein
I Arrln Jones 878 Oakland Park W1TN12H8 my hand; and I plaintiff seeks divorce & restoration.
here.L.. giving with relatives In Newberry. each evening at 7:30: ( o'clock Pin dtreet. Ft. Lauderdale, Flori- thin"Heal of said Court on this mil of maiden name, Bradford County
R. Calney of Jacksonville Is O. E. Fowler and son of Jack. through December 17. The pastor da. day of November, AD.,J.9 ( Telegraph shall publish this .Order
I Willie :Jones U8 Oakland ParK OFFICIAL UKAL.) A. Thomas In next four weekly Insues.Wltneiis
spending several days at his home villa visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Rev. Homer Swindall, and Pine street, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford my hand and official seal
County Florida. 1211 -41 12183 I at Htarke, Florida, this November22nd
Mrs. Swindall will direct the music
here.Mr. Fowler last Friday. Southern and Florida 1960.OFFICIAL.
"laF.
and Mrs. Alex Williams of Miss Edith Polk of Trenton visited during the services. dent Railroad. Macon H.Oeorirla.frown Vlae-Preal- In Florida Circuit la Coart.Caaaerrr.Bradford. Coast, ( A.SEAL Clerk of A. said J. Thomas Court.

Jacksonville spent Thanksgiving relatives here during Thanks- B A. Sapp RF I>, Lake Butler Gladys Ohrbach Uoldapper, Plaintiff By Haven Cro.by, Deputy Clerk .
here with her Florida. vs. Adolph Qoldapper, Defend I 11124 4t 121B|
holidays parents. giving holidays.Christian WHAT? Nathaniel Colbert P. O. Box 4M ant. Case No. 8161
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green. Bellglade. Florida. Order of Publication And Nolle ToAppear. I. Circuit Ce.-B.tI'ord;: Connty. INTEGRITYof
NO FUR COAT! Katie Colbert, New River Florl- STATU; OF Pl.OltllfA. TOt; Florida' | In Chaucer
We are glad to report that Mrs. ChurchThe da Adolph Qoldapper whose residence Robert C. Brennelsen. Plaintiff vs.
Mahel Sapp, RFD Lake conduct and dealing with
Florida Butler and address I.: 700 W. 172nd Street, Minnie Brennalsen, Defendant. betterthotightfulness
Case No. (IB*
-- -- ---- Woman's Council is givinga Can It be possible that it'. that HKUTION 28SJ-860, BTATH ROAD New York City New York Order of PnblleaUon And Notice ToAppear. and
S-88S You are required to appear on
BKADFORD COUNTY. 81'ATM Of FLOHIOA TOl economy in all
W.C. T.V."GOO chicken supper Thursday night time again T Parcel No.8. Kls-ht of Way, BRD December 18th 1950 In the above Minnie Brenneisen.l whose residence
No named Court and cause, wherein ;
November 30. at 7 o'clock in the Well maybe the TelegrEoph'ffirst a-R.v. and address Is Unknown. : our serving-these mark the
That part of: Rail: 3-4 of Sec 13; plaintiff seeks divorce & restoration You reputa-
to on
NEVER MADE A NORMAL Legion hall. The public l is Invited Santa Claus letter Is rushing 8WJ4 of SEW of 80. 13; !NKW of !NW of mald.n nam. Bradford December are llth.required 1950 In appear the above
W. SH, nt NWy. NWt/(.! of awl or County Telegraph shall publish this ble quality of this well
the 4 named Court and wherein known firm
IIKVI.V THAT NEEDED but be cause
and those who do not already have season a little It won't I Mertlon ID; SWi\ of t})I4. SWVi of Order In next four weekly issues.Witness seeks divorce. Fradford
ALCOHOL, SO IF YOU EXAM tickets may obtain them by calling long now and this eager young BW4, or Section 87, TownshIp i 6 : my hand and official seal i County plaintiff Telegraph shall publish this
I !
touth. Hanll. 20 Kaet lying within at Stark. Floridathis NovemberICth.
,
INK!) YOUR DIeUNND DECIDE 255J. The charge is $1 per plate. miss evidently Isn't taking any 50 feet on each ilde of the aur 1950.OFFICIAL. Order In next four weekly official Irtsues.WltneiiK .

THAT IT NEEDS ALCOHOL, Sunday morning services beginat chances on her letter not getting I, a.vey located line of and Stat.nurveyed Road No.by 8-215 the ( SEAL Clerk) of A. said:J.: Thomas Court .at Starke,mv Florida hand and this NovemberUth seal DeWITT C. JONES

JUHT SET YOURSELF DOWN 10 a. m. with Bible School. to North Pole In time. Htata Koad. Department and ananown Ry 1I..nA.cr :. Deputy Clark. ,I910.OFFICIAL.
SEAL) A. J. Thomas
AS A DEFECTIVE' BY BIRTI Morning Worship 11 a. m. Lord's In carefully hand-printed letter- I filed: In on title the cau"official. *. map part or o< plat the T.Attys.Frank for :Landrum Pit Starke HIT, Florida.4t 128| ( As Clerk of said Court Phone 7 Starke Fla.
OR HABIT; YOU WERE BORN 11:19. services Petition. Ry Steven Crosby DeputY Clerk
Supper : Evening Ing (the better for Santa to read U owned T. Frank Btar .. Florida.
:INFERIOR TO YOUR FELLOWMAN begin at 6:30: with Christian Endeavor my dear) the following message tion of :America.No.: Container. Corpora ,Florida. Clrrult!.Coar c.......Draaferd"'. Coaaty. AltyK. for ItW.drum. HIT! 4t 1B8| I Funeral Director Ambulance
OR YOU HAVE Parcel 7. Rlllht of Way, SRD Serfs
MADE. Evangelistic Services was received Tuesday: No.7. Fred Hanaen. Plaintiff va. Grace

YOURSELF INFERIOR BY: 7:30, p. m. Sermon topic: "On the Dear Santa: Town That of part of! Lot 6 of Block 16, Order hansen of Defendant.Publication Case And Notice No. 1160 TAapear. .. Our local funeral hOme enables us to offer convenient

YOUR HABITS."-WILLIAftJBNNINGS eve of our revival." I want to give my Mother a SS'l. *4' Township New River> d In South.Section Range 113: HTATH OK n.omn* TOOrac and' service not otherwise available.

BRYAN. begins Skyrocket trio and with lying within 50 feet nn" each Hansen whose residence
The revival pencil :
Monday nightat pen side 0C the """"vey line of State address Is Unknown: .
-NATIONAL VOICE. 7:30: o'clock with 18-year-old' matching ball pen. Give my Dad- Itoad No. 8-235 al located and You are required to appear above onDecember -Sr .r.rrsrrrr t asrrrrsrsjrsswe

Bachman from dy a pretty tie. I want some boots aurveyed by the Htata Road lIe- 18th 1850. In the wherein furnish the highest type: service at lowest
Evangelist Joseph partment and a> .' of named Court and cans, l9av1 SOciIiwTNDsS'TASTYF pnco ,
Lexington, Ky. "You wUl do your I want a pen and pencil bag. I part tidal of map the filed Petition.1'.olaonC": ::. a> bounty plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this accept AN T life Insurance policy in force toved by..I

self an injustice if you fall to hear want a Toni doll. I want a doll I Ii owned by Arrine Jones 'and Order In next: four weekly l..u... '3l1I-flr1flh.(I: company, .. payment In part or In full on a fuienl
buggy. I want Dale Evans out- Willie Jon. Witness my hand and official seal .
this a
q man ofr God. Rev. Home I Parcel No 10. .RIght of War, BRD I Consultation carries no obligation.
Swindall, pastor, said. The publicis fit. I want a Hopalong Cassidy No.' 10.
Invited. school bag. I want a baton that I(I Block That.f..t. of', Northeast of New River Half of In

lights I want a suitcase. I Section! S3 and 14. Township 6
up.
START..HERE'S
COLDS
This la WHEN AN
week the church havinga I South, Range 10 East lying within
full week of Cottage Prayer want a doll basket stand, 2-way 60 feet. on each eide' of the survey
battery phone set. I want a Roy line of Htata Road No. 8-S3S as lo- CAN TRUST IH i iCold's
ANTI-HISTAMINE YOU
Meetings In preparation for the re : cated and surveyed by the State THAT, NOTICE.
vival. Parents are urged to send Rogers ball pen, squeeze bunny's Road Iiepartment. and sa shown on
the official! .
map or plat filed In
their children for training In Bible rubber head. Flash camera and this cause a. part of the Petition. distresses
binoculars. I want a tea set I:I by Ocorgia Southern
and choruses j'rErMi
each evening at 6:30p. : ( Railroad ANTI
want an American plastic brick I Parcel No. ". Right of are stopped
m. kit. I want a Junior Steering No, ii. .Way, SRD A- HIST MINE Veterans of World \Var II
''Don't millS a single service. I I That part; of' Lot l of Block in cases
Wheel. I .want a black board wall 35" Town of Nw River' 'in Sectlonn.n TABLETS many

friends.Bring the" the whole pastor family.urges.Tell your style play tent, big roomy size- '1: 13. and f"1.8*>lyl'I'nwnhlp V: Within I South BO feet Kanite on the first day. ,

favorite with children Also a''' 'j0' th va line
I Cinderella watch. Mary Christ::' and Stats surveyed Road by No.the.S.'i Stat.a.Itoad. at liepartment *JI .. __. J !f'Ve' are now in positionto

&r.teVfPropertyOwner Presbyterian ChurchRev. mas to all from and a. nhown on the
-Linda Kay Sale. as SiS'p.or.PtatJ"Ie Petition?
Alfred G. Taylor of C ', Sapp"* by B. A. aVV and 'ab.1 farms to
Gainesville will conduct the 11 o'. forwardIing ''I or up
Well the Telegraph is Parcel N' 13> n''ht' Ways snD
clock service. Subject: "The dialenjre No. 13 NOTICEWe $10,000 through tileVeteran's
this letter right on to Santa ,, -.Jr.h*' part of:; SWW "f 'NE% and
Needs to Follow. Rev. Taylorwill Claus with an added note to please : KWS') ft15''* w..' of Road of tle"-

also occupy the pulpit on Dec. not forget Daddy's neckties. The 'i 20 Eact,. TownshIp lyln, within S SOuth feet Itanllo on want to thank all out:: friends., neighbors and patrons of Administration

Windstorm Insurance 10 and Dec. 17. poor guy will deserve It! :, each Road.ite No.l l of the imrvey |1I6nO.| of State Starke and It* vicinity for their wonderful patronage shown us
S-2J5. located .
Sunday School In all departments by the State as Road Department and curvsyed In the past years of our business experience. at trae'Vont.y Island

at 0:43: a. m. and a. ehown on the official map Sandwich Shop Tenth" and Church St.Ve regret that we wr-re IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IX A HOME
Cost low-Insure Rites Set Friday or flied In th"
;is Now iV cause a. part
Visitors always welcome. ? Potltlon. compelled! to dlitcontlue operating. the bu iw due to Mrs. .
For S. L. SwindellFuneral I and Ie Katie OWned Coibert|by Nathaniel Colbert Vanpfy's 111 health.. OR FARM

Charley E. Johns 1951 MembershipIs services tor !Sam L.Swindell. &TERAL Parcel No. 63. DITCH SRD No. We will appreciate It very much If all our patrons. old and APPLY AT ONCEAS

Agency Topic StressedAt 40, of Theressa will beheld I 354 DITCH LEFT STATION new, will continue coming and giving Doc and ,Alice Incjeriglit,
: THESE FUNDS ARE LIMITED
l-hone IS HTARKH. FLA Friday: afternoon at two J'.p: { of: SW14 of NKVJ and "our successors.. ," a hearty welcome back to Starke and receive

---:== Legion Meeting o'clock at the New Hope Baptist Section NWi of tt, SB Township:* W.t 6 South.of Road: Range of from them the same kind and courteous service In the future aa

Church, In Theressa.He ao l Kaat.:. lying within 90 f_..t ..."h ''we have enjoyed rendering In the past.Thankln& .
"1991 the American Ide of the followingdescribed
Membership" In ditch
..: was born at Putnam Hall, centerline: Commence on the Kant .

........ topic of discussion Legion was at the the principal Post 156mef'tlng near Keystone Heights on July B, line Range of klec'tI.n 20 East, 23,at'l'ownchip a point t South 1535.1 everyone We again.remain.Sincerely E. A. STROUT REALTY AGBI(

,
.spranntlna THE!TRAVELERS. Hartford 1001 the son of Scott R. Swindell feet South of Northeast Corner of
Tuesday' night.It aid Section 23; thence run Mouth
J now deceased, and Doaha Young- 41 deCrees 15 minutes 18 .aevond VourtGeo. F. C. IIOLLINGSWORTH, REPRESENTATIVEPHONE
was pointed out 'that In orderto blood Swindell who survives. We.t 8478 feet to the bcfrtnnlnir. ota

6___ ., join the Amerclan Legion the A veteran of World Was II, he a curve, a concave radius of to 859.1 the.1)37) Northwest feet and, & Rose Vanpfy 25 .\ ,Fft'

CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION applicant must have served on died in the Lake City Veteran's a central angle of 7 degree. 30mlnllt.
..
: thence run Snuthwenter-'
!active duty in the armed forces of
Hospital.He ly along said ni.
curve 1124 >84> feet to nssrrS srarrS.t.r-tJrSrflrrSS rrr.r.rssrrflrrrs ..
the United States at some period was a member of the Baptist

between April 6, 1917 and Novem- Church. -

PHARMACISTS her 11. 1918 or during the period I Survivors Include his five sons

between December 7. 1911, and Freeman Swindell John It. Swin

September 2, 1943 all dates inluslve. dell Hubert Swindell all of Jack ,.

I -: sonville Huel Lee Swindell of

I The local post at present has Orange. Texas and James B. '1 1F'

133 membership for 1951 sold! but Swindell of the U. S. Air Force; \ ,.o

I hopes to mine this total to 193 before and their mother Mrs. Bessie M. ) 1r .

the end of the year. This Robertson. : S

will make the Post 100'%; in 1951 Four brothers. Willis Swindell : OMi.t .

memberships sold and thereby entitle Walter Swindell and Jimmie AOMS11tA1ONr

it to its third consecutive Swindell, all of Th<*resxa. and t).

.. -- membership honor ribbon. Kirby Swindell Lake Butler. O "bOut an., REBUILT

OM-TIIE-MINIT SERVICE Commander A, J. Thomas, Jr.: Three sisters Mrs. Gertie Car r> ,, FULL

his week Issued the following son Palatka Mrs. Eula Jordan. ob\\qat\Ol\

PHONENight statement to all veterans living in Alachua and Mrs. Minnie Rhoden, F' \ \\ :

Day Starke and Bradford County: Theressa. I 4 .N'Wt4EJE SI.GER PRICE
-- oW ...... ... '-9 5O '
"You've earned the right to belong -

to the American Legion by Cub Scout Pack EASY TERMS ARRANGED

your honorable service in World Meeting Nov. 30thCub ELECTRIC I PORTABLE $15 D WN .
DuoThermHEATERS Vor I or II. The American Legion .

l 1 an exclusive outfit. You've goto I Scout Pack 70 will hold its ..1>..IIt"" .. ... "
.....11'.", SEWING I .... "
November Thurs .... MACHINE C A .
have that honorable discharge pack meeting on ,,"d' ... ,.

from wartime service. You can't : day, Nov. 30 at 7:30: p. m. In St. .
.
b/iy your way with money. And Mark's Parish House, accordingto : :::: .;:.. a' >,,, -

you don't have to wait until someone an announcement by B. E. Sim- ,..... ... ,

6DO Month asks you. You are invited now I grounds, but more Is needed. We ._ ._ ... .
... c..I"
Uflt send or bring your name and All Cubs and their parents are tI.

mailing\ address together with the urged to attend. The theme for ,-

'3 dues to John M. Godwin Post this month has been "radio." yt


I Adjutant.To each" Legionnaire selling ten Listings- WantedAll LIMITED SUPPL NOW! :) eeBUTTONHOLE S ,,,. 4'Vso

memberships between now and persona having furnished or ORDER .

December 31, Commander Thomas unfurnished houses or apartmentsfor I t.
Money with every machine purcha.... .
will present a new Itreamllne"Zlppo rent are asked to list them Send No ,

I lighter with ths Legion emblem with the Chamber of Commerce at write let Fill .
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attached. once. Coup<>>t8<.'10. .Y'e,,,". < ,' ;
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'TaD... ,
In Circuit Co.rt. Bradford Conaty, 11A1L
Realty Transfers Klorldal 1m C".......". r-04 In ,
Ouatnvo Scold 1)1 l l .'..t., Plaintiff SEW.V AC STORES. ,
v.. RrmlnU Mlano Seoul r)i EVrta ACME III. '
W. S. Sibley. local realtor of I>*ron Order .. PnallnKlan And ?Natlc T* X' $eSC
Silver Lake, announces the following Appear. STATN Or FLORIDA" TOIFrminla. JagksonVIILC
real estate transactions: Miano Scottl 1)1 Parta.wliosa I w.s' e".e"% ". WtI'w 1.I .
rsalilanra .And adilrass !I.. .t ,e5t 1
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I Mrs. Joyce T. Futch. house and Via Nomontano 305 Rom. Italy: I ......... Sewlel Mu1' I
lot in Lawtey sold to Mr. and You are required, to appaar nn 5beItt Sla'" ."..".... I
January Unit 1151. In the above nampd a ".""
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: Mrs. Albert F. Brown of New Court and cause, wherein plaintiff teA'MI .....t" ........
seeks dlvore Bradford County I ......
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York. .
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Trlwicritph. hall publish Mi Order ..0'.. .' '
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ADDIISS .
Jessie T. Stewart. lots on Sliver In neXt four weekly Iftauea. ... ........ .
\WINKLER/ Lake said to Henry Hardee of at Witness Htarkn. my Florida.hand and this official November Heal II t'Tf .............'ke".. !S." S.lfI. IGIrd" I '

Pith l 5fl.OFtriCIAt.t *44' .
H. WIlson -
Columbus Ga., Grady Lf.D. .es
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( sEAt> A. :I. ThomasAs .
ELECTRIC SERVICE Jr., Columbus. Ga., and J. W. Clerk. of said Court. -- .- 412W' ..orsyth S .
fly Haven Crosby Pputy Clerk _.-
Starke. -- Jacksonvlll #
Wlllard. T. Prank tandrum- IIt. : e, Ia.
:232-224 N. Temple Av home M'4rl 25131 '. .----
store for Plf. --
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J. T. Land of Starke I Attys. --'-------------'- -

Phone 169 Stark and three acres sold to Mr. and .. rlrralt C.....$. Bradford Cenatr.Floridai -
Mrs. C. H. ChlldJ of Ft. Pierce. i la C". .......,.. .. ,
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