Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03134
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03134
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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js' Proteges Will Display New Offensive : : '

... In Opening Game with Williston V
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Hobbs will lift the veil from hla" lD5i edi-

lUIS Tornadoes tonight when they meet a highly ... .. ,
the BUS ;- ,*. '
ilhston eleven in Stadium at 8 o'clock. .i. ,. -
the season's opener for both the teams and ash -- .bj' : :

:.i..u ran formed as to the power of either team. i

Larly lil i j has;he-find"heretofore"every juat man whatdo said on + --- --. -- -+ TELEGRAPH single

gave thla M hi'* 1951 TORNADO COUNTY lOc

,tmg"fullback' lineup will: be Catf J SQUAD :* .BRADmRfi

pound line-crashing Players on the 1951 Tornado

? lettered 'last yearn football squad pictured at right < County Publication Established In 1879
proBpect for all above:

,nora at the fullback.n Bill Henderson Thomas t -

,,. also fill the other Moore, Leroy Gllsaon Lamar VOLUME SEVENTY-THKKE IIT.! RK":, rL4JItl().%, FRI1Y, httlTKMBER; 31. 19M NUMBER TEN

ts as Neil Crawford Crosby, Aaron Hutchenson, .

I,ioiie:.right ume Arley will halfback the lug McRae quarter-the post ball will 'Tom David Bobby Robert Slade,Woodard.'Willis.Manning, Milton Charles Daniel Jerry MoLt Massey Colley Kelly Wiley,, Sun Oil To Build For.. __ Pete's. ___ Sake- -----4'I|;Yawn Announces For County.; Judge< Fugitive.. --Jumps- .--From--.--+ Blanding Funds ,:

halfback's position.Latt .. i Coley Jimmie Rowe. Gerald Learn Your Address 0 ,. 'Tlieron A, Yawn. young Starke -- Partolman'a Car In Bill

Is scheduled will likely to startS be dell Warren Martin, Delano, Arley Thomas McRse., Wesley Rar- New, Station I Fire Chief Ilegs attorney!that he, would announced seek election this. week as And Makes Escape Awaiting 1 1

iarda Edward Parker Brannen Nell Crawford, C. W rtckett, thl Mike Clark Fire Chief
\'arez Gene Shaw, Bobby Joe Hall, On Highway 301Work President's O.K. i
&aag will fill the all Vernon Underbill. Jlmmle Wei- week urged persons calling in tr I spring primary. r\ Litwtey.. jumped from Florida
I I" candidate to _
Yawn the fourth
the I Highway Patrolman ,
PLEASE Q. A. Fllllnjrtm's
Etkle poriitlons with don Wayne Douglas, Mike report a fire to give -
make known hisIntorttlon of seekInf I
and Arthur WInk ,Clark Arnold name of thaW street and the car and ran Sunday nightIn Building Inaugurating the
pa Smith, Edwin began yesterday morningon nUlThI ( election III the 1093 "big; year"ueppnlakps pal'I I
of their house. Pickett I Lawtey after being
her apprehendedfor
Prevatt, Billie Weldon Arthur a new JlOOOO-plua Sunoco Three othersOrle tlal. reconstruction- of Camp Bland- !

eh) BHS has quite Winkler. Ocle McGee. Ed. Tea- service station on Temple Avenue those persons. not having house!I, A, Wiggins, Chas. A. Darby, and operating a car without' th.owner's Inff:, should begin- sometime duringthe !

jed Williston the past ton. Ronald Patray. Karl (IU. S. 301)) across from St. Ed r numbers already posted should do Char lea Hardy, announced several permission. latter part of December or the j

bbbs refused to make Alvarez- Sidney Jackson, Zack ward's Catholic Church. A spokesman !! so and memorize them In order' weeks as candidates for the Fllllnglm said he received a first of the year according: to .ti

In on the outcome of Crawford Bobby Crews, Gary for A. L. Clay ton.Jacksonville, that they might accuratel report: clerk 'of ago the circuit court pont to radio message Informing him of announcement Thursday by the J
reminded their address In the event of Ire. the!! warrant that had been sworn
Aleut. Garner Carl Johns, Bobby the contractor building the station b*' vacated by the forthcoming IT. S. Army Engineers- In "J.ck'I'I
| has 17 letter- He cited a case which occured I out In Tltusvlllo and that the man
lll ton
Haag, Bobby Wiggins, Edward said If all goes- well. It should be retirement of A. J. Thomas. sonville.* I
jp whereas BHS lost Parker and Donald Howard completed In about 4O( days. Wednesday- morning when a lady' Yawn was born and reared on would probably be heading! into The statement- was made after I

|The Williston squad Richard Henderson and Son- The station will cover the entire reported her house was on fire and I a, farm just ,outside Dellwood In his. territory Fllltnglm} said h. the nearly alx billion dollar bill

iilv, laden with talent ny Tenly-Managers. west half of the block between gave as her address. the name Of Jackson County. He was educated then drove on to Lawteyand found containing the Camp appropriation 1

Ire;. Hobbs. said and Libby Sales & Service and theational her home "out on the Gainesville' In the public schools ft' fhe county Crawford working' on the car ..tShuford'a was again/ passed by
\\t\e highway The name was similar service station.
BHS men are un-
\ Guard Armory. Thepokesman and served two year*' in the Air the House and sent to President
to that of a tourist court and the I He arrested the
man and
| competition. put
explained. however Force. during World Wat' II, Truman for his signature. The
,111 form Its BHSBandReady' firemen raced 9111 the highway him In the patrol car h-
again 4
the alone wouldn'tover
at building Ha moved to Stark In 1941 and bill had earlier been passed on by
of although the fire \Itself was withinthe moved th. stolen automobile.
basis the
all that area but driveways rammitted* to the University of the House but Senate amendments
ing but there city limits When he returned to j
attack tile patrol
nd lots should
parking con.umethe Florida day to attend law mad. It necessary that the bill
made the As It happened. Picket said Uwasn't every car, however! Crawford j
on wasn't
hange major part of It. school In 1849 Candidate again be voted by Ute Housebefore
Feburary, he married upon
Tilts the Tara To Swing Out a serious fire but it couldhave I there, having jumped out and rundown
year saidthe
\ So far as the cost goes he the former, Miss. Ula Rae becoming law.
> from a straight T been and a lot of damage an alley-way behind some
$10,000 figure was arrived at of the State Farm and The engineer- spokesman said
Dame box would have been done just because, C.ldwel1 to the Bar shortly afterward Since stores.Fllllnglm.
.b a Notre a year ago and it will probably thjp' they should receive th. six
couple continued to reside In he nearly
then has engaged In the
|ad of the split T dlst The Bradford High School band, cost considerably more than that the owner didn't give the street Sljarke.He general aald he and Dick
million dollar tor
local grldders over entering its third year of exis. now. Present plan. call for four and number of the home.Methodists practice of law here In Starke. Thomas Lawtey chief of police. appropriated
Camp Blanding within 30
tence. Is --- ---- -- graduated from the University The Yawn's have two 'sons. searched
Masons.n busy prepping for the gasoline : but this number -- T- Lawtey for the man but
pumps the President'
football a whole will weigh opening game with Willis- be easily- Increased as the was evidently well hidden and
!a .last year. Hobbs ton according to a statement this may plans of the station are such that To'Use' February 1951 and was admitted Caldwell Yawn. they finally g..v. up Ute search. would within be able another to let 30 some day contracts The

It week by badmaster Carl. Roberts, ,
light anywhere. additions may be tally made. + .. ..... I
preliminary plans submitted to
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Themarching unit will PLACES CITY
line, he added. Thep again consist No manager has been named a*. EMPLOYEES Third
will average aboutthe of only 46 members he said. '' I Army Headquarters; In AtUnt4 -

backfield about because of a shortage\ of uniforms. yet anxious and to the obtain Sunoco someone people In thtt are. Building Sunday t IN LINE FOR SOCIAL SECURITY fotlrieeiiGrads and as have soon been approved the h. satl
Ia'm"ade money,.come.
entfre ,
lint should average Actually the band district for the- job. Anyone Interested ,. "<

157, up of approximately' 110 young- ran find further details 'Th...;.trtembcr '....,,f"*'JitHt It VMrst '?'egoIar ,city.amptoyees; : uveludng ''f"lhV railroad '.c a1ii-; ..ianregarding : : ,:t1rngb'detaItI'Iana contrartortr will will, besked brawn.and

..Ih"'Jfw'0" ;-a.t>*..1".*,' >some e'' of wtinrtr 'are"Tar In'the Classified Ad sept of this Methodist Church''of Starke wilt J officials'Will soon Ac the Installation In order Off To da to submit bids..

(k of practice before ertough! advanced to play with the p aper' worship for the first time in their covered by the Federal Govern that some action might be taken Collegeo. The plan also call for
the re.pening
game, Hobbs pushed marching band. he''said but' the e newly completed Sanctuary on ment's Social Security program It was brought to the Council's of railroad

I through a number uniform shortage prevents any 23, because of an ordinance passed by attention- that a number of a spur 'into
Picnic For Scouts Sunday morning. September cars Fourteen'membera t the .
of the lOSt ramp. h. said this uillrobably
knits. It Is the policy I Increase. He said they had planned at 11 o'clock. It was announcedthis the City Council during Its regularly were making U turns at the corner -
pet to take It as easy to buy 20 more uniforms this To Be Held At LakeA week by the paator, the Rev. scheduled meeting Tuesday of Call and Court Streets senior and, business class are schools off to college this- j p undertaken.be one of the first projects -

fore game time and year and field a band of approxImately Thomas G. Mitchell. Although night. The ordinance was proposedby thereby entangling traffic and constituting week according to the for

juries at a minimum i 65 students but they picnic and swimming party this will be the first service the Councilman W. T. Jackson and a menace ,to pedestriansand transcripts filed with request Mrs. Lois The engineers- again reiteratedthat

] Inexperienced outfit soon found they were financially ha* been planned for local Scout official observance of the openingwill passed unanimously.City other cars In the area The Moore secretary. the Camp building program

[r : the rfwk.tloea according to Cecil Sewell, scout some time, been to find Out of the 14, II wilt"remain In which occured during World War
Roberta urged football fans tc October 21. after the church fur- frying. too heavy on Call St. at_ this Intersection the stat. with
aren't expected master. some In which the other three attending I II and that i It would consist mainly
again buy reserved seat season Ishlngs have been Installed. way they might and requested the Street
ihp air to any large tickets from members of the band The party will be held on lu! A cordial invitation Is extendedto Inaugurate a Social Security program Department to paint "No U Turn" University schools of Florida In Georgia. The I l of utilities, railhead facilities

Jit but will likely con-' for all home games. These tickets I premises of Bill Reddish homeon 1 all members and friends to attend for all City employees and signs. on the pavement to prevent nine BItS graduates will when find and some troop training and

la ahlfty and deceptive i Insure their holder of having the Kingsley Lake early In the' the first service this Sunday. the action taken Tuesday night such turns. the roll Is called; Florida present State housing. facilities.

k. Night scrimmages I same seat at all home games and afternoon. The Scouts are scheduled -: The W, S. C. S. will keep a guest climaxed this effort. City Attorney Mayor J. R. Wainwright announced University will enroll one and the

pld for the last two I must be purchased In addition to to engage) In a number of register of all who attend the first G. L Patten and City that the Mayor of Au- other Is scheduled to attend Mas- Bond

i and neither saw the the regular admission price. The Scoutcraft al'tivltlevl..w- a swim- service. : Clerk Carl Johns recently Attendeda burndale, had nuked. that he and soy's Business- College In Jacksonville Quota Set

iirow many passes. price has been- reduced to $1.25 mine demonstration and eat dinner A new Wurllt r Electric Organ meeting In Gainesville, sponsored City Clerk' Carl Johns, attend amass The other three; are all

(ires will be the same I this year he said, which Is small before returning home. was Installed In the church this by the teague: of Municipalities meeting to be held In that t planning to attend Emory University

-ea'P. Adults will be i i In comparison to the $3 charged week and will be heard for the which was dedicatedto City October 7 for the purpose of In Georgia. At $15,000

cents while students I l last year. These are the best Mrs. Amanda harris first time Sunday Mrs. E. K. discussing this problem along! discussing city financial problems. Those!! going to the University-

filed foi only a quarter. seats In the stadium too, he added. "errymRn Is the church organistand I with the Workmen's Compensation Mayor Wainwright said the officials of Florida, are Ronald Andrews

being concentrated between the Mrs Amanda Harris. ?B, of 1110F I will also direct the Senior' program. of Auburndale were anxious Donald Bennett. William Kemper Bradford County's. quota' in the

ALL CLINICS two 40-yard lines :. Fifteenth St., Jacksonville, Choir In the special music for They found that the City could to learn just how ptarke'! operated Booth, Harold Davis, Curtis. E,.- Defense- Bond Drive, 1. jnchedt

This I la all the financial help "I ied st her home on September Sunday morning. At the Sunday begin such a program now on without advalorum. taxes and still ward. Tommy Harding, Jack throughout the nation on Labor

COSTS the band receives during the year.I 11 following a lengthy illness I evening service- at 8pm. the the basis of Social Security legislation remain on. of the few munlclnnlltles Hazen, Charles Hutchison: and Bert Day, Is SIS.OOO according: to an

jnll clinic he said, and unless they sell those j !''I"* t.'.. the wJ| >w of the late Youth, Choir will furnish the special that went Into effect January In Florida without bonded Newcomb. Kenneth Johns will attend announcement- by W B. SeweR

for the stu"ff t tickets they may find themselves Jesse Madison. Harris I music. 1 of this year. Accordinglythe indebtedness FSU In Tallahassee and Nadine county chairman."In .
as last
| scheduled L
tnoon but for sadly lacking In music and maintenance Mrs: Harris was a native of Council agreed to make the A petition was presented to the Clark will enroll at Ma aey'a. my opinion, this 'current
for one funds later on In the year. Clay County and had resided in I F FA Chapter Elects ordinance retroactive ,January Council signed by a number of Marcus Brown Katpar. Duncan drive Is the moat Important in

Jirhedn'ed be called Friday They are. available from band TarkftonvKle- the- past 12 years. t and pay all Social Security payments nrooertv. holders In the north seeMnn ami Billy Cressler have made plans our history," Mr. Sewell- said. "It

t weather. off because p members only and the price per m movlm\ there from Green Cove Raymond Redding for City Employees from of the City requestingthe to attend l'mol'': ). This was a fair i Is a challenge to ,every American
A numbered
how- game figures only 25'cents !Sr' >rln? Fhe was a member- of r As New President Tnnunry 1 up to the present date. Council take some action relativeto ly good percentage of the class, to mobilize his power of thrift In

it I In up anyway Joann Smith will serve as majorette the Primitive Baptist Church. From .now on each employee will the removal of high power Mrs. Moore said as. the!! total backing up the growing number
the slow
ploughed drizzle!aI again thla year. Robert Surviving are three daughters- The Bradford County Chapterof I'Ry'l 1-2 percent of his weekly. electrical lines that were seriously. graduating was 7t. Then too "she of men and women In our armed

Under rules of the Florida Band- Mrs. D L. SIlcox Starke, Mis C. City will pay a like amount In agreed that the Council had nc going on to college but I I at th. same time totiupport our

'("noon opener. master's Association. a majorette t't. Math. St Petersburg: four; held an election of officers at their t"e811- mil manner as regular flower with which to make the haven't quite mad. up their minds national drive for peace!! progress

acted clinic Coach must also be a playing member of, sons. A J Harris I.. F. Harris; first meeting of the new school: business, establishments.. I Florida Power &: Light Company yet as to where they want to go. and prosperity"
as master of
and was the band and Miss Smith. a clarinet Fmorv Harris, and L.. R. Harris, year Thursday night. September L. F*. Klnnebrew, trainmaster move these poles., but they agreedto The defense bond chairman

>Ie1< Harold assisted Hazelwood by ri m player, fits right In with their I j e'l of Miami one sister Mrs. 13. for the Seaboard Railway Com request that the moving b* Corum Tells Rotary pointed' out that Americana- today

.'m demonstrated. yar- plans I I France' Kersey. Lake Geneva; 20( Those elected and their officesare !nnnv. was present at the Council I done when- several poles were : Attacks On Schools own S37: .8 billions In U.S. Savings I
''I"'. Hobbs paid The School Board recently gavel grandchildren and a number of meeting to dlsruss the possibleInstallation moved to clear the Tempi. Avenue Bonds, but added that even this.
: Raymond
spefn to sell advertising great grandchildren. Redding, president; of gates- at three I rich t-of.way. h
to the T formation the band 11ermlslllon May Be Subversive uge amount Isn't enough if the
I signs to be hung on the) Funeral services' were held Sat Milton Molt, vice president; Bobby crossings within the city limits The Council also agreed to present Inflationary
pay U
fintages over the up11 I Is spiral toe
J' fence surrounding the stadium If urdny afrernooi at the Key-McCube Willis secretary ; Maxle I Klnnebrew told the Council that "'ectlon Inspectors S20 for super' An exposure of subversive organizations b curbed.
employed the) Reddl.h.1
{""I year. they are all kept equal size. How1ever ,, ,Chapel In Jacksonville.!! Burial I treasurer. ; Marklee .. ,be, understood from an article In vtolng the recent City election In- that are seeking to un- "W. must save

"t Robert. said they soon found,I was In the Riverside Memorial porter: and Alvin Davis sentinel I the Telegraph that the Council I steal of the prescribed $10. Th dermln. the confidence of th. every week more and more

lilt Manning sporting It would be Impractical because of i i Park II I had requested such gates but that Inspectors worked from 6:30 Tues. American people In their schools payday. If .very month .very

fl fbb all the pada on th* the cost of the signs He said a he had never, been officially Informed daymnmlnor until 1:80' Wednesday and other Institutions was made by sonal' economic'we are to build per

1' went over each I Ipment. single sign would coot far more of the move by mall. morning and the Council felt they Wm. T. Coram Jr. of the Social Americans security for all
giving Us cost MJYoTells Reporters. Carl said Studies as well as the defensive
than the amount they would receive Johns the letter had deserved the extra pay. Department BHS. In a
"If where the money been written end had talk before the strength upon which our hope
football In a year's revenue and asa James Lewis served as Chair Rotary. Wed of "
tickets goes tabled the, astray for It was addressed I man Tuesday nea"a,. depends Mr. Sewell
consequence, they night In the absence
n nt.Jumped!? again on foot project for the present. If It could I Zalutsky Heaved 'Molotov Cocktail'Leo to Klnnebrew himself. The Coun-I of regular Chairman H. A, Bishop Comm stated that these group
said giving be made to> work Robert estimates 1"1 agreed that Johns shouM: writ 1 Jr. are particularly active just now "At the same time w. are lend
"<-n piece of | __ In their attacks i ing our dollars to
equip u
, It would provide the band I i on the school systems Uncle Sam at
'I.">.ws-: shoulder pads. with approximately $300 per year. Zalutsky and John Moutos. "Molotoy: C'nrfctalU" were flr trigged 'I Gray Lady Course, Mrs. Rennie Fillyaw describing how they accomplish I Interest we are building for our-
13. : thigh Dads $4; the two convicts who pulled off a by the Finns .o wreck To Be Held 2! their objective through Insidious 's salve a basic nest egg upon which
helmet. 117; shoes prison break at Ralford niiKutlan. I Sept. we may call later
C Elected daring tanks 'In the Ruo-Flnnlh ; Funeral services for Mrs. 8 pants $j: practice Ben North September 3. used two wartime"Molotov war of the late thirti... It I I"j Mrs. Worth Lamar, chairman of nle Fillyaw 80 were held<: In the books, faculty personnel anti 'of our children the purchase of
, Irame pants $16: Cocktails" to spray the merely. a .bottle, Red Oak Church teaching method H. urged that a new home or a
$3. and Teen Town President preferably of thin th" Gray Lady Corps, Bradford In Ashburn 0*. comfortable
"W Insurance I guard tower with burning gasoline they
!bt5 outfitted 44 l according to Nathan Mayo and tuning a rag wrapped. armmrithe. ':!:Cross o'clock. Mrs. Fillyaw heard. the layman should take
this Ben North was elected president announces that a class for died Sep. time'
at to
f$9 nch. 'ean I a of Teen Town last Friday night\ I 'commissioner of Agriculture.- .bottom half. Uhen the niter'" I,I, prospective Gray Ladles will beheld tembr 11 at the home of her Investigate the source before Rep. Conner Addresses
.. accepting them
'he, basic expensel I when- the group: held an election Slave IIh".d| nH.rrun In Tsllaha wt he to throw It. he allows some ,' at the Veterans Hospital In daughter Mrs. M. D. Young of as the truth.: National
a, the gas to trickle Ralford. Th. speaker said that fear Figures
! official rollt approxP" :- (In the V 3 O. building. Oth..rj i ."ue' si companion fire homhmauln out un the Lake City on September 27. today

, game and the officers elected were Ann crelllll..r'I'' out of a raliup bottle that cloth, IrnltM the gasolinesoakedrlnth j Anyone Interested- In taking the She was a Dative of Georgia Is a "saleable commodity", In Business WorldRep.

federal Covernment- vies president: Florence ,rnio of 'the flrrlng convicts.Zahit'sky. and when the bomb halter I I,dm and In serving the veterans having been born in Worth County and expressed hope that the AmerIcan
'. out of Pat Kucera. treas ....n.Hit Mil the gas. .beeomes Ignited and i,st the hospital mar. learn moreabout March Doyle E.
every dollar secretary and \ left |In hi's form 30, 1862. She Is survived peOple would not fall prey to, Conner a past
the Sat*. a tremendously hot flame. I I i It by calling Mrs.' Lamar or by her daughter Mrs this "divide national president of FFA was
Young ant and
urer.The Informed said Zaltuaky Ignited the ![I the chapter office. conquer" tch- theprincipal
group was also Prison officials are still In the on. son William Edgar Fillyaw nlqu. that would speaker at a Business
and threw the bottle. defeat us
Ie gasoline by Men's
Professional Dinner held
and Lake Butl.r.Masonic. In
Institute that the Business dark ss where the
Women Club of Starke would grenade fashion St t a guard tower vasnllne" .to bottle Zalutsky got the ,'. Stolen Truck LocatedHighway causing us to lose faith and confidence Barclay Hotel In Philadelphia on

Held for the window while his companion.Moutos and crude wick In ourselves and September 13. Hla
Here our most topic
furnish the chaperones I I needed to build the bombs. Nor Meet.P'rpem.n was "The
month of October In response to .. stood by watching. The have they found I Patrolman Q. A. FIIllnrlm cherished Institution/ Relationship Between Industry And)
*ale'. ln request bottle didn't go through the win- I where the men reported this week that a Agriculture"Attending.
, titut. for all the organizations recent The ,
the speaker
got tool to ent the fence.- Register Worshipful was Introduced by
"a r tower" but It
th. guard
dow of stolen I93O
Ford truck had I
mmltt I pickup the dinner
workers for chaperones. Master Al
of Bradford Kay Carllsl were such
I'M Lodge 3.'J. Free who had
1 the I charge I ,
club rained so much smoke guardcouldn't sionfos been 1 located w.ll-known
to'! th" Ame-rlcan- It was announced that the wax reeaptured almostimmedIately just outside the city and Accepted Masons, of the Industrial leaders a.
n' > after see to use his gun to prevent limits on Stat.. Road 10O. announcedthis I program.Don Raymond
Stark. (Friday Firestone
, Tuesday will be open tonight on the outskirts of wek that the Masters Degree vice president
II L 12 remain open untilmidnight. the escape Mayo said Prisonp 1 Fllllnglm. said tile truck had been I Parker reading specialist, of the Firestone
noon and 1 I te the game and otarke but will be conferred Company; Milton
Zaiwaky In still at Monday
I The canteen will be attaches stated that If It p i: abandoned and left on the side ofI :night. Sept. 24, at 7 o'clock. and Mrs.' Parker music Instructor, Elsenhower: president of Pennsyl
a \';' and through the window, It almost large. Ho warn serving life "entenee the road for vania
al.1.Zht.\ coty open as usual and games for I at least five days before He also asked all members to b.I at BUS were guests at thl. meet stat. University; Bob Reid
have burned the t killing Miami detec.liii.
woull a I
certainly the editor
the evenIng' owner a Jacksonville man of
t"lt the pro.'net dancing will highlight : In un / present and take special notice of ing and led the group In some "Country Gentleman"- ,
Irl 'f'nted by atateIIIrIr activities. guard to death. j ever reported the "... ,th. earlier starting time. novelty songs. and Dr.V.. T. Stanton. agricultur
I al
specialist Washington. D. C.nadoes .

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I I PACK TWO -- __ --_. ._- m. __ .. I. ..L__ ..__ 'h'k L _i_ of Un. Jlmmle. Beadle and hl.. .--
i tun. Jn'm"'.< arcw F"rni.. "- onvd her little\ granddaughter. I I i Gloria, of y Jackson, ", ; ,
: njrnts :Mi (;.'.l\\in: having l been \lnrIII't: ; Opal Sparks.Mr. visitors of 'Mr. and Mrs ,
Bradford County Telegrapl STATE FARM : I transferred here from the Bell. and :Mrs. Drew Roberts and I ,, Bradley. i >
(diode; ilivl.! of Mr.
\1 .. Ulilltteld. "' and Mrs M I ,
ESTABLISHED 1870 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNBBIOITOHfublUliril Hy : r. Brian lujtiiiformerl. > occupied by the anna were weekend guests tf"Q.I Orvil 1hhnt tl
{ Monday were aMN
Mllyuu T
L. Durdcn. +
: and Mrs. I I Isaritert
I Augusta, Ga. and Pvt. Carl "T.I. t a
a.'II'h' of :Mrs. I'lllyawMrs. .. Emma; RIvera returned 'to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Douglas of aunty I
T. T Flllyaw died Tuesday I Lake Butler spent the put week I
Auburndale Friday
Kvery; 1'10"1 and Entered su SwonOffice d her home In
"veiling September 11 at the horn I and Mrs. C. I> end with Mr. and Mrs. W. A, ..
the l'.mtMember at Storke. Flu w after visiting Mr. .._'-- -
Matter at "
Liamt "
f' her son-in-law and daughter Sellers and !Mrs. P. S. Crews for Knight I ....,"
Mnd Mrs. M. D. Young. Burial! I week Mr. and I /' "'
@: several wcek During the past '
1951KulcrIg vires were held Thursday In airs Bryant Bedding return.-d Mrs. L. >K.: Mosely had as their '
their home town Ashburn. Ga Mr. and Mrs. Orion Barn- I u
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Ion $2.7.1: ,\ .I.5O For lilt Month Sympathy III extended to Mr. andMrs. where aha visited her daughter hart and their two children of
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@ rr vere resumed Tuesday. afternoon
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I The statement wax made time and time again at thE! in (lees save; reports of their work J E1AOIS11'OI,
Japanese: Peace Conference that the treaty with Japan wa;I during the club's Inactive month D Sunnyland Smoked iI...
t not perfect, and 'thin was freely admitted by the ctvsponsors,, and Mrs. McLendon, appointed aromr'ittop \\OMt 2
i this country and England.: Hut we think that the important t' nominate officers PICNIC
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i thing I IH that a treaty was:! drawn up the nominating committee are
It majority of delegate! despite! every effort made by the Comm Mm J. U. Godwin, Mrs. L. E.
nuts to sabotage it. Perhaps at last a way has beer Hugger/ and Mrs. DeWItt Sinclair
found to beat the Communists! at their own game and the The hortc-i.-, Mrs. L. F. Chapman Headless, Dressed "Cardinal" Brand &
! treaty with Japan may be a pattern which can be followetin and Mrs. J. O. Godwin servedIce WhilingRedLb.Perch. 15c I
other areas. cream and cake during the C05 "' Sliced I
1 The plan used was simplicity itacjlf. The treaty was social hour. EXTRA ( MC
in advance with! Mr. and :Mrs. W. A. Knight ? Np Fillet Lb. 35c I I
a drawn up by diplomatic consultation, long .. PT tOLEurcAased
.. ironed ere liiiHi at supper at their homo"iid.y ,s a
each individual interested country. Objections 1 Sept. U. In celebration of 0t Deep SeaScallops
, out. Certain countries: made concessions: in the interest of the latter'a birthday anniversaryGuests lb Package 4
1 ', furthering peace. Russia end her satellites! were informed Included Mr. and Mrs. J. rLM every -sepias P Lb. G9c
'1 all the way along the line and( given equal opportunity to offer L. Douglas and Mrs. Kna Taylorof wl Cooked
'I constructive criticism. Then when the majority of Lake Butler; Mr. and Mrs. Mt. Vermont Sliced Streak O'Lean Fail
: countries said that the treaty was acceptable, the ceremony Cordon Jones. and daughter Linda Lobster I ">. 59c Bacon Lb. 69c Bacon u

J of aligning was held and the treaty was an accomplished fact. and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McCormick Standard"I -J Boston Butt Pork'i' Center Cuts Whiii,
,8/j Contrast this with numerous efforts made in the past of Glen St. Mary; Mrs. Lorenzo ', IL r Lb.'r '
89c Roast
Oysters Pt. 49c Bacon
,j when meeting after meeting ended in failure-when pre. Grlffls Mr. and and airs children J. L.of Johnson Starke and and o eF eFf L Lt'
: f with the objective of preparing the way
, meetings
. son Wendell of Jack.onvllle.ecompanll'd Grade A Dressed & Drawn Quick-Frozen Young;
for full-scale meeting became deadlocked for one reason or
by Miss! Gladys
, another. When attempts to find /solutions to the world's Cnldwell of Ralford Mrs. J. a. .
I! ,\ problems became failures because even the order of business Caldwell and Mrs. J. B. Caldwell HEN TURKEYS Lb (6 j

'. could not be agreed upon. It was quite apparent that spent Thursday of lust week with
., Itusxiu/ had perfected a method of making impotent any efforts Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Furr In Grade A, Dressed & Drawn QuickFrozenBAKING
by Democratic countries to reach understandings: and Ocala.
I' Mrs. L. Durden returned Friday
; establish peace HENS Lb
I from Savannah Ga. where she had +t t. 'r-
J' The amendments proposed! by Ilussia! were just what you visited Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis
.1 might expect them to be. They would in effect have left for a week..
t Japan unable to defend herself internally and to defend her- Mr. and Mrs J. C. Wallace wentto Sunnyland Pure Pork Bag Tender Sliced Pork Meaty
}' self externally Only Russian warships would have been permitted -. : Tallahassee Sunday to take Sausage Lb. 45c Liver Lb. 39c Pig Feel i u
;4 to enter the straits nearest Japan. And of course! '' heir niece, Miss Joan Mynlhan 25.y Sunnyland Smo. Country I Grade A, Quick-Frozen Fryer I Tasty I
I! eventually Japan would have fallen prey to Russia.: of Jacksonville to enter FSU. s
I' Sausage Lb. 69c Backs Lb. 29c Pig Tails
.j We think that the signing of the treaty with Japan was They were accompanied on the I
I fruitful international I Ii trip by Mrs Isabel Edwards and
n success in that it was the first
i meeting since the Reds have come into power. Let us hope yule Miss Nancy Mynlhan of Jackson WEEKLY Chase & SanbornCOFFEE Heinz Tomato

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villa because of a heart attack.
\ ing and will return later. I Tenn. where they will be guests! Monday from the Alachua] County Mr. and Mrs. Willis Starling and
And Times Jo Moody and Troy Dukes are I I for a week of Mrs. Ernestine Nbt, BROOKER Hospital where he underwent an LAWTEY children, Virginia and Fay of
rebuilding the A. J Dekle home In HAMPTONBy Mrs. Andrew daughter.Mr appendicitis operation a few days White House were visiting Mr. and
River Folks Lake Butler. and Mrs. Otto HIck, Jr.. Mm. F. J. Lewis, ago. We are glad to report he Is I-. II.. Futcli Mrs. J. T. Reddish last Sunday.
Mrs. Guy Starling has been :Mrs. :SI. c. Swoeney where doing nicely and hope he will soon - ---
'Ale I tA'+ .nb1 on moved Friday to Gnln *vnie Guests in the Q. W. Roberta
the sick list recently. Mr. Hicks Is employed with th Ladle, be up and out again. The first Quarterly] Conferenceof home Sunday evening'! were Mr.
Chancy Welch and Sammy Kelly City Election!: Agricultural Experiment StatIOn Aiivlllitry Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gainey and the church year was held In the and Mrs Vernon Silcox and son, J
ar, nearly an lone, are doing carpenter work In Town officers elected In last' U. of F. The Ladles Auxiliary of theIBrnokel' children of Palatka spent Sunday Methodist Church Monday night David; Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis
!1 t JFanks. Red Andrews Gainesville.R. Thursday's light voting were G. p Mrs. T. F. Brown. Emory and I Fire Department meet at visiting her parents Mr and Mrs. under the leadership' of Dr. R. E. and children, Brenda and Jim; Mr. d
y t",Belie Sapp RUII- J. (Jr.) and Wylene Turner Wadsworth :re-elected Mayor; Joe Frank spent the! weekend In Miami the home of Mrs. Hewlett Anderson N. G. Stokes Rutland. District Superintendent, and Mr Leslie Biggs and children 1
," .j the others who bad are receiving congratulations on I Forsyth. Marshall; and Councilmen with Mr. and Mrs. Cordon TVeest September 14 with 10 members Mr. and Mrs. Wade Harrell, of Gainesville! Dr Rutland was Barbara and Carol; Mrs.D. .\.
4 fallrop are through the arrival of a niw-pounJ-, ..I.V, Horne G. E. Matchett and family. Mrs. Brown's grand present. Election] of officerswas Mrs. Mary Green Mr. and Mrs. accompanied by Mr. Stanfleld L. Silcox all of Stark! and Lorraine .II
lhe market Prices Thursday, Sept. 13, In the Lake W. H. Griffin, M. M Matchettand son Billy Weest accompanied them held and new officers are: i John Freeman and Mrs. Nannie pastor of the Wesley Community Priest. The occasion beng :ti
d $2 to 52.50 -- only City hospital. He has been named R F Dyul.] W. H. Maxwell home for a visit. President, Mrs. Hewlett Anderson. ; Mann attended the annual meeting church of Gainesville.The David's birthday Mrs. Roberts i
say, R J. III.Uncle. continues to serve as City Clerk] Mrs. M. C. Hess, and children Vice President, Mrs. Ralph] Hazen; I at Union Church near Hellbronn regular monthly social and served her guests Ice cream and g,
I Invited us to have Ben and Aunt Mae Ren- W. M. V. Elects Officers> Joann and Harold arrived home Secretary Mrs. Wilson Green and Springs Saturday and Sunday. Mission Study course of the First cake.
"now sod well to froe have moved to Lake Butler TheVoman'. Missionary Society last week after an extended stay Treasurer Mrs. Victor Jones The Mr. and! Mrs. George Martin of Baptist church wan held 11the Mrs. Lambert of Winter Gardenwas
I pick enough to fill Phyla Turner spent most of this met In the home of Mrs. Florrie In Kansas and Ohio. first", project Is a rummage A Bake St Petersburg spent Friday night home of Mrs. John Brown Tuesday the weakend guest of Rev and
in the freez- week Sale to raise money to buy helmets ]- Mr. and Mrs. W E.! Big- afternoon.Mr. .
nt spots keeping her grandchildrenIn Belle Brown Thursday afternoonfor Joe Oliver of Fort Lauderdale visiting Mrs. J. D. Robinson.Mr. .
Lake Butler while Ken and Its regular meeting. Thirteen visited relatives In Hampton for the Fire Department' ham Jr. Saturday Mr anti Mrs and Mrs. George Arwood and Mrs II. W. Tucker and
toreland of Jax washer Martha Turner enjoyed a aweek at members pod three visitors were Thursday. which will be Saturday September Martin and Mr. and Mrs.. Bigham and daughter of Miami were weekend children of Fernandlna spent the .
i parents. Mr. and Ornnr Springs. present' The Devotional thought Miss Martha Horne attended the 29 at 3:00: p.m. attended the Plumbers Conventionat guests of his parents, Mr. and weekend with her mother, Mrs T.
(,,drew< last week and Everette Rrnfroa Is visiting In "She hath done what she could', Baptist Student Union, retreat at Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Russ and Weluka. Mrs H. B, Arwood. C. Edwards, and attended churchat I
,*'ill hums with her. 'Ft. Meyers and LaBelle preceded the program, which was! Luke Swan'Thursdaythrough Sat children and Jntn. Howard spent Mr. and Mrs. R J. Waters\ of Mrs W. T. Walters] Mrs. A H. the Baptist church on Sunday.
|re ana thought thater Saw Eustace Lee Kelly: of FWn- presided over by Mrs K B. Wat- urday. Miss Fostine Williams of Sunday afternoon In Graham visiting Dundee are visiting their daughterMrs. Hailpv, Rr., Mrs Effie Miner andMrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dlnklna and
might do him good. andlna at the American Legion terson. Prayer was offered by: Everglades:] and Miss Ruth Slbley] with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Watson G. W. Davis and other relatives ] H. K. Priest attended the District son, Andy of Tallahassee spent "
irowd enjoyed a pea- dance Saturday night. Mrs. Betty May. Minutes were of Theressa have been recent here this week.R. Meeting of the WSCS In the weekend. with her parents, Mr.
fat Albert and Eunice Mrs Truby Hodges Is Improvingfrom read and approved and new of- guests of Miss Horne. T W. Markey returned home F. Oano and 8on. M M Cano Gainesville on Tuesday and Mrs. J. M. Browning. I
nigh lust week. Had ficers la of St Augustine are spending Floyd Kemp, who in a member of
a spat of Illness she suffered were elected as follows: The W. A. Saxons returned c
full. Every- The games: were prefectly plannedand the U. S. Armed Forces stationed
nearly their two week vacations together
,' recently. President Mrs. !Mary Blrt; ViC'l'Presll..nt week from a visit In Ft. Lauderdale -
tie and still there I Frank L. Tomlmson Is commuting !Mrs. R. C. Gray; Secretary and Pompano Beach the refreshments were servedexactly 11:. J. Hazen of Plant City was At Ft Banning, Ga. Is spendingsome OTICR! TO ..rl'faft
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at the time. The In flrrnlt ( llmdrord r .
right time hero at the home of his nnr.FlnrlilHt
a ]el'l.glnr to work in the Sacs ship. and Treasurer, Mrs. Betty Mr. and Mrs. Enos Skinner, of visiting relatives here last week. In C'K..n.-..,..
enjoyed fishing c'lfORn-uP.l'ommlttee did a splendidJob ] to report that father, VV. P. 'Kemp. Floyd spent Mary I.tirlllo Floyd darner. Plaintiff
yards. !May; Committee Chairman, Mrs. Cocoa spent the past weekend\ with We are glad -
then Troy Andrews, In getting the cafeteria equip. who has been two ,days this week with relativesIn vs. Charles) C. Clamor, r>. r.nd-
Dewltt C. Padgett
] Wenste Mrs.
Rev Strickland delivered some Saxon and Publicity Chairman Mrs. Skinner's mother, Ant. fame No. 8069
] week but she'l ment back In the right place stationed In Korea for the Gainesville Notlc To _
? last wonderful sermons at the Baptist !Mrs. Don Hill. Plans were Mamie Mead. pMt 4ppmr.Tn
she did or Emnjean Hall, an outstanding Friends of Mrs.' Perry Davis will : ChHili'n <", Garner TV,hone
many Is'now stationed at Ft. Mead',
revival last week. The meeting made for the State Mission Pro- .SC1IOOI NEWS year, rr'Mdfnr. and Hriflrftft* I"' Unknown.
4-11 club girl was chairman of ha Interested' 'to know that she is
with a big basket dinner, gram. At the conclusion of the Our pupils are enjoying the Md. You arehereby notified that ..
wcr Moody has been the group: and did a splendid] job I Mrs. Dewitt C. and confined to a hospital In Jacksoncovery. milt for nivnrna baa lien fll*<1RKiilnnt
week, but Is new ore that shaded table. The business meeting. the him t ess stately]) hollyhocks which are grow of helping the various committees Padgett\ you In tho nhove na.m..d
this attic fan certainly makes the served refreshments to her guestg; ing in the' yard at the north entrance children spent tho weekend In rnurt nncl NI"Me and you are reniilrrtl -
church more Next month's leader' will be 'Mrs of the' school building. with their Jobs. The party was High Springs visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alfred. Morford and to ..erv. <* A copy: of ynur Mn-
comfortably :Mr. end \ to the lain tI
Ervin Andrews the culminating] activity of a unit I|I ewer or plitmllnsr emm
p and Fonnle Crews and Fernie Moody Hazel Perry at the home of Mrs' : They were planted by Mr. Beden-, Everett Padgett. Mrs. Tom Morford and two children on lh. Plaintiff1* .Attnrnov T. Frank
Imudlcs Bt the Univercouldn't Eddie on good manners and right con- Mrs. HarreH and girls spent ...ndrum. Pt rk.. Florida, and file
to th. Guy
wishEd went Jax to buy calves. They I bnugh, our custodian, during :' duct at home and abroad, which of Mania were guests of Mr. the nrlKlnal In nfflre of tthe
were fortunate this time to get New Hardy DaughterMr. first part of the summer and area Tuesday In Jacksonville visitingher and Mrs. ..I.V: Thomas last Sunday Clerk of riwiilt Court; on or >ethe .
ne !going with them all they needed! and there were and Mrs. Douglas Hardy beautiful sight: as they sway In: la a phase of citizenship educationIn grandmother, Mrs. Stricklandwho I torn the 161\
otherwise ho ai lli"gatlnns of Mid
|,inlng the Navy. But calves ]left. This Is very unusual announce the arrival] of their fifth the breere.: The blossoms are A I Hampton Elementary School. l Is a patient In the St. Vincent We are sorry to report L. A., Complaint l will tio taken Ms conre "-
irsuraRlnK" letters andn for most of Hie time you can't child a daughter born Tuesday, deep purple and a single] specimen Sixty-three of our pupils! were i Hospital.Mrs. Fowler still on the sick list .d h. ynu ,
in shall he publishednnoe
A & B average (If, find as many an you need. I September 18 In Alachua] General artistically placed] In a vase by II religious services Sundny. I., 1.. Parker Is now at Mr and Mrs R. M. Holjen] of This each. notice week for four mnrrn1
( no mistake copytng; bought twin Jersey heifers and, Hospital.] Mrs. Perkins Thursday morning: There are two new pupils : home from the' hospital but Is still Nowberry were guests of Mr. and weeks. In the DrHtUonl County Tel la-
.dps) He's qualifiedtsrmin named them Tiny and Teeny Mr. and Mrs.' Bruce Maxwell WAil the subject of the seventh rolled in school this week l'n'l confined to bed. O. J. Mott and Mis. Ed I Polk and Mr. and Mrs "Tialid; thus 11th day of September' ,
no guess that Miss and baby daughter, Brenda Sue, at After Ann Jenkins )in the second i little son have been confined to
Ida; Merritt says she can't grade the English period. T.. A Fowler Sunday. Also Sunday 1DB1.OPPIOTAT.. ,
"J11A A..1 Thornan
..d rabbit and squirrel give us her grape pie recipe for' of Hopklnaville Ky. are enjoying discussing the flower most of the and Beatrice Stapleton In the their home for the past few days guests of the Fowlers] Were r-lork nf the Circuit rv>nrr,
p.1 1 him out there. she never measures anything. She visiting relatives] and friends herp pupils! used art paper and colors grade I We wish them all a speedy re- Mr. and Mrs Carl Bailey of Miami Dy !Myrtle T, n, iTer. r>"""'r.r'lr'f' .
elch and Elmer] Cnson just cooks! Anyway Just boll and In Jacksonville.Mrs. which are always present, In the 9114 4t 1916 1

r' at Hernando again. the mashed grapes, pick out the T. C Chantaln wIth tier. room and made lovely pictures of --.------.----.,......-. .... '
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j boards off and\ rate from seeds. Add sugar to Clarke ]left Sunday! for Nauhville, I the bulletin board.
ig block -under one the mixture of hulls and pulp until The seventh grade gave the We Reserve
house Mrs.! WelchImfrnrd sweet enough. Add a big tablespoon this summer. eighth: grade a delightful!: party on LOOK! LOOK! The Right
q for a while, of butter while mixture! l 10 Seeber Doyle Andrews has accepted the school] campus !lust Friday i
faring has cleared up hot. Thicken with corn starch or a. position on Peggy/ rail evening. Th. entire seventh grade To Limit

plain flour and put Into short pie road.Mr. planned] the party and then divided BIG SAVINGS AT ..
returned from and Mrs. Bob Sherrferln QuantitiesPhone
non has crusti, top and bottom. Bake -- Into small committee with specific 3
[here he and the family then eat! of Jax visited their grandparents functions to perform. The
>nth) a vacation. Ann Me. and Mrs Granger: enjoyed a Mr. and Mrs... Will Andrews! re- Invitations were beautifully written 70
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New President To Wed Mr, Lewis 'In Court Drama witness. OF INT

Of Baptist TEL ClassThe I Coming To Florida"The How he vindicates himself and Mrs Sarah Jero
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T. E. L. Clans of the First Eu"to" .
starring Spencer Tracy Diana the cost of tola, own life, makes Norman
St .
Baptist Sunday School met for the t' JaclutonVUlt tor,
Lynn, Richard Anderson and John for quite a drama which shifts W.
business meetingand
regular monthjy A 8111Ft
for the Florida
social\ last Friday afternoon Hodiak Is scheduled from court room to varied color. Lauderdale 8ppJ'
I this Sunday and Mon pia.
Theatre ,
Gladys( Mooty : at the home of Mrs Gatl Matthews ful New York City locations where Ii, Ritch

I Phone 35 : r : with eight members present. day.The portions of the picture were St.. Galn"8VUle.; Ir 3
.. ... Mrs R. A. Thomas, class president picture tells the story of a M. C Fla
----- conducted the Bible study,, criminal lawyer who Is convincedthat filmed South Behi maw.SSl S CII
WSCS Has Joint New BHS TeachersAre using as her scripture lesson" apart ills client is innocent of a Iou :
of the second chapter of FirstPeter murder charge but finds his case ',
Meet With MembersOf Honor GuestsAt Mrs. H. L. Hough led In :, ,I Family Out of Town for

Men's FellowshipThe Woman's ClubNew a si'p prayer. all take our dinner and spend the J'Qt'ation?
The offering amounted to $6 43.Mrs. day slng'ng. preaohng, talking, Make\ Your Summer
monthly business and pro teacher. of BHS were th t L. U. Morgan, Chairmanof or whatever we wish to do. All are Hl'lldq
gram meeting of the Methodist honor gueat at the regular month the Nominating Committee Invited to attend. at IheGUIDON
WSCS was held In the educational ly meeting of the Woman' Clut submitted the following slate of We understand the new church
building Monday evening at 7:30: Wednesday afternoon of last week officers which was adopted for the v building at Long Branch will be GKIll
o'clock. Following the business meeting,, coming yearsPresident : dedicated Sept. 30. We did not
Circle Four was In charge of the presided over by the president, Mrs. R. A. Thomas; know thin when services were held EAT AT THE:
meeting and had. aa fluent speaker Mrs, Wm. R. Morse, Mr. T. B. 1st Vice-president Mrs. Qarl at Padgett Church last time, and FQKG KT: 8F.81
K. L. Matthews who discussed Harding, chairman of education, I Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. Starling, Matthews; 2nd Vice-President as the folks In the locality are expecting THE II
"Religion And Economloa." Member presented Harmon Morgan who of Lawtey announce the engage' Mrs. Freeman Register, Sr.. -- -- preaching that day,* we OUR 50c LUNCHEON IS STILL THE
participated In a question and Introduced the new teacher. New ment of their ''daughter Chairman of Personal Ministries, Miss Joanne Patray, daughterof BUY IN BEST FI'<
Alene t and Mr James Patray of think it best to keep the appoint AMERICA!
Mr *
following the talk. work readIng
answer period / )haaeg In the school's Starling, of Jacksonville to Mrs. P. M. Barefoot; Secretary,
Member of the Men' Fellow- / and art. and craft were die Thornaj Markham. son of Mr.Henry and:\! Mrs. F. F. Flume; Treasurer, Mrs. Starke,, and Robert Pace Lewis ment.

ship, who held their monthly supper cus ed. Mr!!. R. F Young described Mrs. D. R. Markham of Cannes D. W. Moore; Group Captain No lion of Mr. Ethel Lewis of Jon..s.town. YYTTTT............vyvymfmw ..................". war' .
meeting at the game time, Joined -, her work In theexceptional Miss, and the late E. L. .. !9'9n
helping wv
vllle. The wedding will be an 1, Mrs. L. U. Morgan; Grotto Captain n11t n. n n.mnm vv.vn.nv m..w vvvvvvvv
the WSCS members for thin united In marriageSunday
Lewis were
children In the county
event of Friday" No.2, Mrs Annie M.
program.. Dr. William J. Woodham, the new 28, at 8:30: o'clock evening In the September First Richard Mrs. H L. Hough/ has evening\ Klngsland, GaFor Because A&P makes minute
also of ) her marriage the brideIIPI..ct. every count in brir
county supervisor spoke Baptist Church of Lawtey A reception been recommended to the Churchfor ..
Beta Sigma PhiThe hi* work In the county Rchool will follow in the church class teacher and Mrs. W. B. a white suit, complimentedwith
During the nodal hour refreshment annex. Alexander, assistant teacher.. black accessories. As an
Beta Sigma Phi sorority were served by the hostesae i No Invitations are being sent, During the social hour Mrs ornament she wore a string of you fresh foods you can count, on getting
will meet with Mrs. Robert Turner 11. Mr! R. P. Stubbln. Mr. R, but all friends of the couplo are Hough conducted a Bible quiz. pearls, a gift from her brother ,
Monday evening at 8 o'clock. A. Green Mm. Glady Harrington 'Invited to the wedding and re Mrs. Matthews served delightful, stationed In Japan.
: Mr. C. F Ward and Miss Dorothy ception. refreshments to her guests The bride 'In a senior student
.. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTWANTED Ross in Bradford High School. Peak fresh food
Mr. Lewis Is employed at Hum- buys
FIRST MORTGAGE BPW Is Planning Junior[ Woman's Club phrevs Gold Corporation.At Y
Women's Circle
. LOANS Young : First Aid Course Plans Masquerade present they have an apartment .

.J *2.00: and up. Ib'sldi-nlla! or Met With Mrs. GreenThe : For Teen at L. O. Hazen's on West .

I Commercial Property. Klaxon- Plans for a first aid course, AgersThe Call St.'Double.

able Interest goixl i term.,. Small Young Women's Circle of which members of the Starke BPW Junior Woman's Club h..ldIts Seedless or Red Malaga
j brokerage fee. Mortgages the Presbyterian Church met Club will take were announced at meeting Mon. Crossbones'With
regular monthly
Thursday evening of last week at the organization' September GRAPES 2 Ibs.
1IIa",'. Bought! Refinanced.WriG the home of Mr. Herbert Green meetingheld In St. Kdward'H recreation lay evening Sept, 1, at the Club Don O'ConnerAt .

: promptly for appointment with 16 member preoent.The hall Monday evenlqg. It fouse. ,
I for appralitaJ.lll., b, In meeting opened with devotional was stated that there will be room During the business meeting the Park SundayThe .r ..

this vicinity ""' ''I. (.h..... F. and prayer by Mia for a few non-members In this members voted to sponsor the Hal. V,
Awe' dance for fact that even the most .
Rogers. P. O. Box 1050 Ja.k- Evelyn Stump. The business meetIng course, which will be given on en masquerade Red Jonathan
I Himvllle, .1... was conducted by Mr. W. E. Wednesday, evenings during Octo Teen-Agers this Is to be the Junior bloodthirsty pirates can be funny
bet"- L. Club's part in the PTA carnival. III proven In the new comedy,
by H. Gibson.
Dowlinif, president Mr Bob APPLES 5
((1aV AaAa11aA11AAa1aaaalASTARKE Paterson was elected secretary The resignation of Vice President The club will sell Christmas cards "Double Cro llbon..II" which open: Jbs. 4 41Fresh
this raise for local Sunday at the Park Theatre.
i Bobble year to money
Mapel who Is
to fill out the term of Mr* Ralph moving 4
Donald l O'Conner I III co-starred
her residence from projects.Mr.
Yarbray who hall moved. It was was
: D ac decided the group would Bell read and President June Brownlee .. Arch Thomas music chairman In the sea spectacle with the beau -'
the teous Helena Carter, former Con-
Christmas card this year. A announced that the executive presented on program GoldenCustomers'
j FL':.' committee wall appointed to serve board, In a called meeting, had Martha Landrum Patty Lawson, over model pronounced "Red Headof
selected Mildred Earl Norman Ben North ( the Year" recently by a
refreshments for the Young Peo Snpp to serve In members groupof
Fri., Sat. Sept. 21, 22 ple'* meeting thin capacity and also as program of the BHS band), who described cosmeticians and hair stylists. CORN, 4 Ears -
) chairman for the remainder of the their Instruments and gave The story concerns a young Corner
DOUBM: FEATURE The program was given by Mr*. = ': NThere's
several musical selections.Six clerk and his elderly pal who turn
W. T. Jackson entitled "The Bible year.Finance i.
; Chairman Pat Lambe visitors were guests of the to buccaneering when wrongfully
LION HUNTERS and The Home" an old football
dlscuHHed plans for a booth. at the club. accused of being in cahoots with
Mrs. Green assisted by her that "a team thatwon't
Ulth Johnny Nhrffleltl. PTA Hallowe'en Carnival. Pauline Refreshments were served by ilrates In love with Helena. saying Large Red RipeTOMATOES
mother, Mrs. J. II. Fields, served can't be
AND To rode was chosen to represent the hostesses. during the social Donald proves her fiance, John tE
refreshment during the social "
hour. ... the club at a meeting of hour. Emery a high ranking official, be Ib. |
Stage Coach War citizenship chairmen from other The executive board of the to be the one In league with the The same thing applies B
: "'m. Iklyd Kuweit. lluydrnAlN civic organizations to be held soon Junior Club will meet Wednesday buccaneers All end well as to food stores.

I .. Cartoon &: Serial I in connection with the school. evening, Sept. 26, at 8 p.m at the O'Conner tricks Emery Into confessing Your A&P is a better .. ...... ..
I I PHONE 218 The club voted to assist In Club House kills him In a sword duel place to shop because the
chaperoning Teen Town for one anti then carries Helena Fresh
as a Hard
i Head
Sun., Mon., Tues. month, and also to furnish equipment loyal employees who makeup
Sept. 23. 21. 25; COLONIALFLORIST for three ping pong tables Mrs. McRae HostessAt willing happy prisoner. the A&P team are

DOUBLECROSS there. Delia Rosenberg will serve Stork Shower ing always to 1I!>'BtnvCABBAGE lb.g (\
as chairman to better service and ,
arrange for the ,- ter food,
i BONES chaperones. rMrll.. Russell McRae entertainedat LONG BRANCH better values. .

During the social hour refresh a delightful stork shower Tuesday Don't you agree that for Enjoy Bean Fresh
ments were served by the hostess Ily Mr. J. Strickland Eight O'clock
of last week herdaughterinlaw
I.V TKCIINICOI.O11IXmal.l es. June Brownlee, Maryon Arnold, honoring 1- ------ -- satisfying, moneysaving
FLO wERS Mrs. James E.
O'Connor, HelenaCarter' shopping can't be
I and Janle Avery.Octoh..r A&P. COFFEE
McRae. Mrs. Walter Lang of
I FOR ALL OCCASIONS hnstesnea will be Adelaide beat? Please write: ,
Arrangements or fall flowerswere arrived Sunday evening while we '
/tine Cartoon & Latest New Crowson and. ChesHle Dev \f'
1 t rick' used to advantage In decorating were having Junior Training CUSTOMER RELATIONS 1 LB. BAG 3 LB. Bali ;
1 .. .a ". the McRae home for the occasion Union, so we failed to have the DEPT. I.. ,
Wed.. Thur. Sept. 26. 27 The linen covered, refreshment since too E "
program everyone wall ftf A&P Food Stores
t DOUBLE FEATURE WOMAN District MeetingAn of fall cut flowers flankedby baby. She la staying with us for IIIi New' York 17. N. Y.

burning tapers. a short visit.Tuellday
I ON THE RUN DISH GARDENS all day meeting of the educational Mrs. McRae was presented with morning Mr and Mr JE
'I Ann Shcrl.liin.' llennls O'Kerfe seminar of the Gnines- many lovely and useful gifts which H. Ayer of Newport News Va. E wvvv.vvvvvy'vvv.n.vvvvvv.vrr '
POTTERY yule district Methodist WSCS was were wheeled Into the room In a arrived to stay a few days with us.
POTTED PLANTS held Tuesday In Gainesville with pink and blue decorated doll car This Is Mr Ayer first trip to RED PERCH
I R ANDHATER several local members in attend rlage. Florida and It is too bad that he (Boneless Fillets. ) LB. 2IE 9
FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE ance. The hostess was assisted in had to hit here during one of our

h Ronald Squire Two Plate officers, Mrs Stewart serving by Mrs. Julian McRae of I,rainy spells.
.. Austin, conference secretary. of Hope Valley, R. I. There will be preaching at Pad SUNNY FIELD
\ JiMiniu- I) ('uadll I \
\ I'lim |jtl<>.> News I I !Student Work and Mrs. C. U. Williams gett Church on Sept 30. We will IE BACON (Medium Sliced) LB 51.
Nona St Stark. of Tampa secretary of Baptist Beginners
Literature and Publications led
Have Annual PicnicThe
I.LI l 'V'.4p the discussions. vThiwe

attending from Starke Let Us Thoroughly tE! ORANGE BRAND
.. were: 1\1'.. Titus Olson. Miss Amy Beginner's Department of E FRANKS SKINLESS ALL MEAT\ 5j
"9r..dMtaaKCB Cohurn 101.... L. D. Green Mrs. the: Baptist Church had their year. Wash'Your Clothes ONE
Iy picnic Thursday afternoon at
Bertha Pearce, Mrs J. L. Anderson -
I i is Mrs. Herbert Flitch the home of Mrs' Ned Yancey. Half
House and Miss
I 44'14: My Kate Struth.Birthday. This event Is held once a year. 9 Found or Whole Shank Poe

Lust before promotion. For 40c! HAMS ARMOURS SMOKED lb.
Neat Games! were played after which hi TENDER 55c lb.49
as a
pin.. DinnerAt I
k a delicious picnic spread was enjoyed FREE Bleach If Desired I 10 To 15 Lb. Average
Yancey HomeMr. by SO children and their
I Warm all winterQUAKER teachers, Mrs. O. L. Llnsln Supt. Temple A"80 Stark nusso BRAND ",

and Mrs. Ned Yancey entertained Mr'*. Eldon Hardy, Mrs. Doris! [ Strawbernes FROZEN SLICED 12 oz pkg. 27'I '
Sunday with a birthday dinner Vickers Mrs. Dot Shepherd Mrs O
for 1111'.. Yancey's mother Mr. Inez Brice Mrs Ruth Baker, Mrs
J. P. Stevens of Sanford. Charles Oakes and hire Ned

m yfJ Steven.Out-of-town and .on.guests Tim.were and Mrs.Mrs. Yancey. We Will I Orange JuiceWHOLESUN 4 cans 59

Laverne Newsome of Sanford. Mr WCTUToMeetThe
Dry Your Clothes
HEATER and Mrs. George Mansfield and
sons of Tampa and Mr and Mrs W C T U will have Its next E HARRIS BRAND
F. A. Stevens and family of Or. business and social meeting In the For 20c I TUNA Each h 25
lando. Tabernacle Annex next Friday. In New Automatic Drier! tE LIGHT MEAT !
September 28, at 8 o'clock. The
Cet fid of duty cool nahei I annual election 'of officers will
f is and kindling have ,plentyof Y take place at this time. E Osage Brand #

j heat in a Jiffy this winter Recent Birth Staleys Waffle Syrup

l with a QUAKER BumoilHrntvr Mr and Mrs. Davis Gaasett announce E! PEACHES (- -

ks ll"oli your home or soon I the arrival of a son, WalterPate The Washeteria I 1 M
l min-
a room In a mutter Starch
on Sept 7 In Ala hul\ General Staleys Corn
Fait oiitomnlic tint. I 129
Hospital Oz. Can
_' assured. by these cptional, I i, 25C
low' OIIt accessories. offered ", - ,- - C1 2''
- - - - Meat
only by QUAKER: Swifts Baby

1. M.dult.1 D.."-.1..... Spray Your Home A'-O-IV-/ I '
maximum. heat output t.ga rdlex i- it. DIAL SOAP, large bar .. 17c
ot chimney by providing 6
ample' drall. Cull fuel cotltr. I with Jet KillAnd Jewel Oil, qt.. .
____._ M_t Ctf..i...'-.."ilr elrculules / :. Suds, 2 pkgs: 37c
heat to every room I

corner. Automatic in action." I If an) tint thus year you nee \\t i NO RINSE SURF, Ige. pkg. 30c Crisco, 1 Ib. can

any bug* that ere not DEAD or
69.95 DYING mall bottle to JET KILL flj tt SWAN SOAP bath bar I 15c\
,... OUAMI.IolHI "tl-nl,....." A $5,000 Fire Policy to Inc. TaJlatuMwo, Ha and we will bar.ft
.. E Camay Soap reg.
::::.ln.o.::. : :t s=.:.:.:.....:..r..1 And UpLow cover a $10,000 Lout! bully return purchase price.' 5'. LUX TOILET SOAP reg. bar 8c! rtrt'


in Price Get Our Inventory Booklet' CE SOAP 7c,/

WINKLERElectric 7 High; in Performance Charley E. Johns FLORIDA FOR FLORIDA PEOPLE BUGS tt pAB for fabulous suds -I lge. pkg. 30c,A&P FOOD'Irk.f. 1 1E

In forfayla Agency EE Cashmere Great. Atlantic an. Uy
Com Soldtc'RrK"iTF.It Bouquet 2 bath bars 2ScThe h"J)1' :
Service .)....<..........., Phone IS BTARKE. FI t.a.pe.nine DRfGSC'ANOVA'S Contents Cop'i g
I : lun'G C 1MIONK( : 16fi t ft:4: GROC. E PALMOLIVE Soap, 4 bath bars.. 47c 300 East Call ?t-
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! BRADFORD covyizGn.i'n. BTARK& FLtIIDA : : I

.. .. -- -.- I .rn rU t.IJflThA. .7. R.
: AdMm *74I N Nxwklrk Street Fhiiadeiptulii. tlona, providingthat. Bald City ahallapiiniprime i 8....tI..n.. Tner .malt oe approprlntofl derived WAINWKK1HT, MAYOR' CITY:: OFBTARKB
Mrs. W J. Chandler was i Judge and Mrs. A. Z. and pay over empluy- from available *.
to bostUI'' home today after va- r.'nnnvlVKnla. ,...'H coiitrlliiitlona. aa provlilfil. by applicable from tonornl It.veuue, miihamoiintH. foregoing ordinance wa duly
the expected The
Club are You are hereby notified' that I* Federal law orru'suuiaioiis at mich ""' .., AN nmy. be
visiting In Wayne* null f. i IMvor.nward' of mlnnr: Stale or pa**.d and Adopted by th. CItYCouflil
and the
l contribution -
Ing Mrs Chandler. also rationing providing; that .ht( City r 'iiilril to pay promptly of the ('11W lIt Htark Inreicular
her guests Mrs Mattie Gahagan vllle. N. C. and Norfolk. Va thpast. 'hIIde.e ,unit bun. support been filed. money mtatnutyou .. todefendant shall keep records. ami. niak. Stain reportsa. or required. of the 8tat City or a..unpicyer elon assembled on the

and Mrs. Jeanette I month. In the above ,,,...n..dCo".t r.'lulr..1I by appllahle by iippllcabl whichshalt 18th day of September, KM.Pnrl .
Young.Mr. .Federal lawN or regulation: FV and Mrs. Robert Barkmlale Mr. and Mrs. Frank Durshlmei and cause and you of are required HP: IT ultDAINRn:1 I"Y 'I'll I K CITY b. p..ld over to the 'Iflwfuily City Clerk.
to serve a ropy your anwer -
:: and children Bobby Sue and I and daughters. Pinkie and Mars or pleading. ; to the complaint COrNl-ll, FlimlHA. J FOl.l CITY. WH'Mecllon OPHTAIIKW doxlKnatpil State. Aa-om-y .t the The above ordinance received and
NEWS AS provided
rThE anti In the manner
Lou. of Fernandlna formerly ol on the Plalntlffa. Attorney, T Frank declaredto llmpii approved by me this IHth day ofSeptember. '
Robert. Jr. are this week 1. II la hereby hy law and remilatino. .
spending TAnilrum Stark' .. Florida and fit'* IUI
.. at their I Starke. were visiting friends here Ih. cirlKlnal In the office of the h* the iiollcy an,) purpoa of the HviMliin B. T"e flty shall keep .1 It. WtiInwright. ..I
-pr--sssss---j-rn camp at Salt Springs.Mr. Sunday Including the V. S. St. rierk of the Circuit Court on or tie.fiire city of mark". Florida. i li I C I'."<1' uch rxrord and ...ak.. pin-h report Mayor 'I
Fred and Mrs. A. K. Thomas en- the (2nd dav of October, IOM : effective aa of January 1. 195 J. to. n* mnv l>.. rvnulrnl by appllrnbl 9121| It lOllS| it
K. Blackburn and Durshlmer were
R. Ch.MLI Johns. The ant officiate there.if. taut's. or .. ..ulntln"., ,
.1Ifir J. have returned to their home In olherwlne' the alleiratlnns of aald th. mplIyea Htttii or fetersl 'I
I; Friday to Sunday children\ Lynda and Fred left Wed Miami route to Gainesville to enroll Mar Complaint will1.. taken a. con. not encluuded. by law. arid wh.lh.r nnil nhxll adhere In the rule. and --- Ii
I to her husband in after spending two weeks F. ffnnecl bv ytill.Thla eIflplnyi'd, In rnnn..II"n with A reitiilallonB "f the Plate Agency for
St.mach nesday join New U. of
,'n\t'\ cottage, with Mr. and Mrs c. O. Barks Lou at will notice hal! b* publlBhMIAno II'ny..rnm."I..1 n. proprietary fumelion the enforcement. of patti. laws and
. The CSiasteen>> York for a visit with friends be. Friends of William Norris each week for four eoniterutlv the luen.fIts nf She .y..l..n of rrirulntlon. *.
Florlda-Wyom- fore Bailing for their home In dale and Mrs. Lulu Mott. be happy to hear that he la getting week. In the Kradford County. Tel. Old Age and ltturt'Vor's. ( In..r.n"aa. IIIn.lal SectIon II, There I I.. h..r..t>v .,.. BAffiKDLrf, } II
the J. R. Jones of High Springs: graph. IoV the Federal clndMd from this nrdtnanr Any
still confined n n i tinri mr\t r .
Jacksonville\ Tangier Morocco, The Black-I I along nicely although .mlmi. >iH. thereto.
"me In and Mr. and Mrs. E. U.'Jones and l'ated this. J9th day of September, Hariirltv Act and m authority to niHk anY agreement
I a recent Illness. list. Public 1..... 13C of
burns have been guest of her to bed. after Inpluitlnc with rnpnpt to NJIV poHltlon or 5flVpnupi.vee
mother Mr Laura here I son. Alan of Sanderson were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welch and son (OFFICIAl. SEAL) A. J. Thoma. .1-r f-ntwreaa. and 'by,_rhplJSIIX4I. op official now i.ovpert.
jr,. Herbert Green morning visitors of Mrs. Ada guest Clerk of the Circuit Court Flr.rl.la Stabled' i or nuthorlMfiil' tn be cov..,..... by Any
ten-day trip and have visited other relatives Dewey of Mobile Ala. were By Myrtle T. Deaver T>eputv Clerk to rover hv pitch plan all service.whieh | other ordinance or law rntlnir Any
for a I and friends In South Florida for 1 Alexander. Mr*. Alexander had! of the E. J. Flynns from Wednes slit| 4t tOjllT ; cnl.tttule .nl lln>rm1'inl,5IVr, ; retirement vntem for any "m|>loy''.
.. Field. Montgomery as tier Sunday afternoon guest* of last week. ,. fined In Hertlon S of "" !! or official) of the sail City.
will\ visit Sgt. andrtcese the past two months. day to Saturday oTI"IC APPRtltt ***.4t. T........ of Florida U51 performed Korllon 7. The t'llv of SiArUx, ,
,y also tour Mr and Mrs. J. T. Quigley and L. B. Alexander and Troy Wind- Mr. and Mra. Foster Shi Smltn!" es.-.i,t ,....... Rmdford County, In in.. ..mplnv of .p.tt CityitV Flnrkla, doe hereby Adopt the
and ham of "'1\1do. children Shi Ann and Jimmy 'I..ld,,, .n Ck......". emi.loveea thereof In pm-aiianc term, condition requirement.
SmokY Mountain, Leonard Noeg-el spent several days Mrs. G. E. and from John, .i':. Hnvrrulher. FMalnrlfr' vs. of Mill noll-v. and for that luirflle. redervntlon. benefit. prlvllenre. ,
Miller checker at the Sunday
recently In their mountain home returned home I PWoihv. MarKeiiEl llnyreuther, l>... the City Bhall take pitch| "V0" all and other condition' therennto *npKftalnlnir .
of "Laurel Lodge" near Hendersonvllle local A & P store is working as a ten day trip to Stratford. Ohla. endant. may lie required. hv iilili"ltlute i .. of Title It of the Social '
rs. L V Coursey checker In the Green Cove Springs I Smith returned home Caaa. No. 8llInflre ( nr Federnl T.a"n.. reaTiilatlonaflection Heourllv Act n* Binended liv PuhllcLaw.
of Mr. N. C. Eni'oute home they Mrs. L. T.. Appear.To. i The MA" '. nr otherchief !No 714. Mt fnnirre.: fop And
were A A" P for several weeks. the summer nr""f. Ih. City
after spending ornthy MacKentla Havreuther. exwiiilve .
Sunday on behnlf of all the officer And em.plnveee
the stopped Greenville S. C. where
z- Chasteen Jr. at Mr. and Mrs. Earl Starling and In North Carolina and Wash n hoH.. rreIdenand. nil- of Htarke, Flnrlila. la hereby autharIun.i thereof .....1 of its depAPtmenl -
Leonard entered his freshman dress I"I 20H3 Montli-ellu Avenue directed to exepnl all ...
week.Mr. sister and and airencle*. save anti 'ept
ofIa8t; son, Edwin were In Orlando visiting D. C. Mrs. anien.tnuclute -
ington. I.Tonit. New To.k.T'm and
mrreementa ,
Thornton year at Bob Jones University.Mr. nereaaarv tiny of *",'h officer slid employee*
,. John F friends the !latter part of last Mrs. Harry Sellers of Brevard are hereby. notified that a .iti.retn with the Chajrman. now covered or Anthorlmed to he
moved and Mrs. K. G. Duncan and .. Cnmmla.Blrm '
lilt for Divorce Industrial
Is Md. have week. returned with her for i a h. been filed ft the Florida covered hv any retirement system
'' In Theressa son, Kaspar left Monday for Atlanta N. C., atalnet' you In Ih* abov named aa ,lb. Stale Aarency for thettnle ",nv.... bv ,law. and further exceptInir .
? home Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mrs. Fay short visit. Court and cause and you are required of Florid or his authorisedrepreeentmlve. any official emnloveM who #
,,11 make their home Ga. where they were visiting Gill were. In Jacksonville on business Mrs. L. D. Green spent a few .. to ........ a copy of your an- for the piirpoea. orextended ocruple, anv ,poeltlon office, or emplnvment .
th, relatives before enrolling .w. or rleadlne to the complaint the benefit provided by .
In Kaspar .
barber visiting not niithopliied to be coveil
Is a Thursday of last week. last week In Tampa I on the Plain/Iff. '. Miirvlvnr'
days Attorney. Hay Kin, .v..m of old A5. and .... hv anoliciihte smte Federalt.aws /
:hts barber shop. In Emory at Oxford University Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stern and relatives.! Mrs. Greens sister Mr*. ".II.n. 8i-Men Ilullillnn. Daytona InBiirance to the emploveeanil op reirttlfitIon. or .
O. Dansby and later In the week. They were eXpected returned with her n..h. Florida, anil fll. the offlclnla,. of this City an ",,,vl.l.
,. R Miss Louise Stern were dinner C. I). Williams : original, In th. office of the Clerkof eil. In Portion 1 hereof whlpli B..ree.ment Hertlnn N. The City Cleric of I the come to the point Incuraura -
Saturday in Gaines- to return home today Fri guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. 1 n for a visit. the Clrrtiit Court on or before.. Bhall rnvlil* to.. such methods Cltv of, Htnrke I h herebv dnelivoAtedtha > ran only stand between
accepted tile Z2nd day of October, 1SBI hy cnntodlnn of All Rum v lthbeldfrom
ffrlends.lassett Mrs. Robert Turner has :: nf ailmlnlarrallnn of the pliin
day.Mr. Newbern In Gainesville Monday otherwise the rompeniilon of officer' when
the allearailon of Bald Ihe mat anil financial IONM
In the aid' 1 USAF WasheS and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and evening. a position aa secretary rnm".lnt11. \ b* take.n aa con- Aa-encv In I hi necessary fop the nrnp and eoiplnvee* Anil of the nt>proprlnteil
arrived last week to son. Jimmy of Tampa were ov'r.night ---Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Yarbray office of G. L. Patten attorney.Mr. feened by yon.Thla er and .rth."t' ..rtmlnl".tr llonitiKpinf. fun1 for the contribution' you hn%' enough of tlie* right
4 of the City, And the City Clerk ofnM
notice shall b
,,ics leave with hi!' guests Wednesday of last have moved to Miami where they and Mrs. II. C. Ritch and each week. for four*ronnecutlveweeks publlahedonce rnnnpp. to mil nf.nhnll pvli<.ii IIP In effective pnttiloyniP-nt with City I I. hereby made the with. I Innuram-o. :Make wire you do.

Pate Gassett. week of Mrs. O. L. Beasley and are managing a drive-In restau Mrs. Walter Cooper visited Mr In the Iiradford County Tele. .'.ivnrocl h* pitch agreement "..r.r. hoidlnir, and reporting agent snulcharged HIMim this week.
Shryock. Mrs. J. W Kincald while enrouteto Cooper at his camp on the Suwan- craph.OFFICIAL. ......... ."or the lit iliv of Jantuiry with the ditty of mnlntflln..
rs, Edward rant. The Ynrbravs are formelmanagers Listed this Ulh day tf Hepienitr. 1011 Inir Personnel records for the piir.tope .
A n.
of Ocala were Sewannee Tcnn. where the nee River the past weekend. u:ti of thl* ordinance.'
Iren of the Central DriveInon from
Mr. and Mrs. Julian McRae have ( PRAT.: ) A .1. Thoma. S'lion ft. Wltlihnlillnim Hectlon 9. ThIs ordinance' Mhnll
q of Mr. and Mrs. Hoppes enrolled Jimmy In hit Temple avenue. Clerk of the Circuit Court Blnrl'".. V4'mrp. or other inmppnimlinn lake effect Immedlatelv upon its.
,tier, Mrs. Schaeffcr freshman year at the Universityof Kaapar! Duncan Marcus Brown returned to their home In HopValley PV Myrtle' T. Deaver Deputy Clerk of pmplovppN. lied In offh'lMlft SectIon' for I pannAire nnd Approval bv the Mnvnpop I
the South. R. I. after two weeks' visit 9121 4t 10 1JROTICK I the itrioHi provlilpil tiunuitu II" .tuute..sge wit hOllt I the apppnval -
14 B s 'ter. and Billy Creasler are entering Russell MeKao. _____ hopi-of nrf. hrpi-hv .Ulhnl'I".d to of the Mayor
with Mr. and Mrs. mid .hii1l h.. mndi>, In I h.
at thl rnimed nnd ndnpted this 1-th day
Emory Oxford university TO APPRtR
!. '''.'..! ,.eec,. D...,..* r.l.lr, mount .*ini Rt .pitch I linen n. may of Helitemher 19(11..lame ( .
week. I > Klnt* opl
I ppiiillrr-il I hy .t."I"'Hhl.
LI. Col. and Mrs. James A. Grif Klorlrtai .. t kenrerr. 'K..rt-rnl IHWH. or r..I..II..n", and A, Lewis.Chairman I
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Gunter and :Mwltle. Keatrlc WIlllaniH Plaintiff f'oimcll.ATTRMTl .
in Lakeland L'lty
fin spent the weekend hnll l h. iwld over In tIle Statoitrnfv
vi. Klrhard Allen Wllllama. ,
children of Jacksonville were relatives.Mrs. .nt. \. ilriilirnnlpil liy anti Inwn orCrgtiittioru :
with Cu* No. K678 Clerk.
weekend guesta of Mr. and Mrs.J. x.il.. To Appear.To to receive pItch amonntn. Carl John, City

A. Christmas \ Carrie Ritch visited her son : ItUhard. Allen \Vllllamii, whoesrceIuIene -------------------------_____.WWYWY..y.yy.yy.. . . . .
and dauKhter-ln-law Dr. and Mrs I. Unknown : ...TT.TTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTT..T.T..yTT..Yy..yTTYTTyyyy.y.STARKE'S
Mr. and Mra. W. C. Dlxon and T. O. Rltch. In Jacksonville laM You are hereby notified that a
Dedicated To Community Service children of Pine Forest Trailer weekend.Mr. Bill. for Divorce haa been filedaralnut

"Mo\le Are Better Than Ever" ''I Park moved to Auguata! G}. the and Mrs. Don Champion ot "oiirt and you raua'In the and above you are named r*.

past weekend.Mr. Claxton Ga. were weekend Visitor qulri'il to serve a copy of your an- fi h t

t. 22 ONLY Sun., !Mon. Sept. 23, 21 t tMG.M I and Mrs.' R. J. Davis "..pentfnturday of Mra. Champion's parents Mr on ever the or Plalntlff'a nleadlno, to Attorneva the complaint', Kvan

E FEATURE in Gainesville on bud and Mrs. Albert Hartman. T. Rvana anil Neal ii Kvanit. Jr 103
,nUNJI Ijiw Kxchanit. llulldlnd.. JA..k.on.
Minx Dean Jennings
ness.Mrs. vIII... Florida' and file the original,
Q. T. McClure Is visiting'; IK spending this week with Mr. and In the office of the Clerk of th* Circuit .

TRACYSTHEEi1 relatives In Dade City and St. Mrs. John Deas. Court .nl or :before the 2ml day
of October, The .
S1. otherwise
[ al.leiratlona BarBQFOUNTAIN
Petersburg for several weeks.Stevie Mra. A. 1'. Ashurst of Cocoa"p'nt of eald Complaint will ha .

and Suzl: Broadway spent,! the weekend with Mr. and taken aa piinfeaiied hy yn..
//AGAINST (O'HARA the weekend visiting Mr. and Sir*. Mrs. L. C). Hazen. Thla nolle shall. h* published
one. each week for foupe ennpseitIv.wesk. ..
io t J. H. Raulerson on Big Santa F* I Cpl. Jack Hall of Camp Plckett in the Bradford County '1'.1.-.

? I'luM "Canary Rowe Cartoon amiNcua Lake. Va. low in Monday for a three-dal BTraph.Tinted.
thla. 20th of
Latest Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Bcasky and vlnit with his parents Mr. and Mrs USI I flay September.

daughters. Sue and Jean of Lake I I Hen F. Hall., Cpl. Hall ha order* OFFICIAL BRAL!: ) A 3 Thomaa. SERVICE

Tues., Wed. Sept. 25: 26 Alford were overnight guests Wednesday to he shipped to Germany Oct Ey Myrtl Clerk T. Beaver of the Circuit Dennl Court ci.rkZI

of Mrs. O. L. Beaslry and 13 with the 43lil Division.Mr. 4t 10112No.r.

Mrs. J. W. Kincald while enroute I I And Mrs 1 I' A. Dumpier 01Ja'ksnviule .

to Tallahassee to enroll Sue and were dinner guest* Onllaanrr. ftC Tht.. HA <.It,. nf ......*, 1 BAR B Q CHICKEN & SPARE RIBS 8I'4TYa

Jean In FSU. I: of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier Kl.irlda. 11.1...... 'T. Federal Old
Thursday evening of last week Ace and .....1.... ln.,.........
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Tucker and I .
(>flltvv(5; .o. I: ..A
.tNI) I cornet daughter Bobble have returnedto werk. Ant ordinance declaring the policy
town after spending the pastmonth I Mr. and Mrs.' George Flynn returned and pnrpoKD of the City of Stark,
JRPRISE I. IAKEPlu < home Tuesday after two Flnrldil to extend In the employee*
CAL at the Hoppe .cottage on and orflclala of ...Id City of Ntarke,
NC1 L iJ; Klngsley Lake. months at Daytona Beach. Florida, n..t ".,'luii.i by law the
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rhodes and benefit of the ayatem of Federal
$Ilnny Italy" Cartoon aiil Mrs. J. W. KIncaid spent the OlrJ. A..e and Murvlvor'a Inaurance. CENTRALDRIVEIN
Miss Wanda Evans .of Eustls and
Latest News latter part of last week In Tampa an aufhorlaed, by the Federal Social
George Flynn. Jr. of Lersburg Security Act. and amendmentatherein
on business.Mrs. were weekend visitors here and also upon the tmala. of applicable '
Wed. Thur. Sept. 27 28 Mop Jones and grandson flat. and Federal law or rearulaLion TEMI'LE: I ,
:Mike of Jacksonville are spending attended the Florida-Wyoming .! aulhorlBlnir and jtlrectlnir the
foothair' game Saturday evening.Mr. Mayor or other chief executive of-
the !latter. part of the week with AVENUE
flier to execute Bfrrewmenta and .
and Mrs. B. O. Gay of La-
I Dr. and Mr*. W. E. Midilleton. amendment. thereto rwllh the Stale
OOHHP spent Sunday visiting Mr. Aicencv authorlxed to enter Into
TLANU4rankAllff J2' Miss Ruth Edwards has returnedn and Mra. Adolph Gay. aiifh. agreement, for poveranre of Baldeinploveea RESTAURANT
: her duties as student nurse at and official, providing ;
,-ti,..Nwp Mr. and Mrs Jack Edwards': t"LA..
St. Luke's hospital after 28 day for wllhholdlnva" from aalarlea andwnarea
Jwcwsn.anunoTHOtA pent the weekend at Little Santa of employee and offlclala ofMalil I
je so.oaa Ut Was eave. Part of the time was spent ff. Lake. City ao covered lo !>.. made and
pet,sMnnttu. In Charleston S. ('., where she wascrompanied paid i over aa provided by applicable.' I .iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa.J .
Mrs. Eva Ray of Corbln Ky. launking AAAa.AakAaAIAAAAaAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAIA
.*..ciuai'LM by Mr. and Mrs. Colon Slain( or Federal laws or ..ul..
an extended visit with her
and daughter. Jane of Jack-
I I on-ln-law> and daughter Mr. and
lonvile. The past weekend was
Wrs. Clarence W. Colson.Mr. .
I :\oMe\oo\-; ; pent with her parents Mr. and
( rtonnft and \Mrs. J. T. Klnchen of
Mr!!. Guy Edwards.Mr. .
< Chapter I and Mrs. Earl Middleton.M. Tarksonville were weekend guests
'if Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Edwards.
.... W. Q Howling and Mrs. Ma.
n.I I \ Pluit! "Ixmt And Foundling"Cartoon ones of Jacksonville were Sim- ML l

S<-ria| I''lay guest. of Dr. and Mrs. W. K.tflddleton. ':. In Jacksonville'Saturday football evening game : r

1 1I I Mrs. Guy Edwards attended, the were: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox

....yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy J ,'rosley Sales meeting at the Seminole Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dlnklns Mrs.

.yy..Tyy..yyyyTTT..TyyyyTT.. Hotel In Jacksonville Thurs- hi. H. Adams Mr. and Mm. Buddy .

lay of last week. 3lahop Mr. and Mrs. Billy Noegel -

Mrs. Lex Green spent a few vlr. and Mrs. Billy Powell. Mr. and y/

lay* last week In Pahokee visiting Urs. J. M. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. 2 ,

visiting her brother-in-law and Stanley Noegel Judy Gre n. .

lister Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Spi-er. Carolyn Edwards Mr. and Mr*.

Mrs. Tom Land of Mayo Is Charlie Parker Mr*. Robert Tur-

TON pending thl week with Mr. and ler, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson r

ifrs. Martin Land. The Lands also fr., Mr. and Mra. Hugh Ingram TIME-PROVED

lad all Sunday visitors Mr. and Ir.. Mr. and Mr*. Delbert Crews

.Irs. Levin Land and son of Tam.pa. ';.n. and Mra. Charley Johns ( POWERQ

I Dresses .'lerome Johns Mr. and Mr*. Steve .
) Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Crew of "
v ilmmona. Patsy Bunion. Barney --""'"

ugh Springs spent Sunday with kfcRae., Mr. and Mr. T. B. Hard- AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS

tfr*. Crew mother Mrs. J. M. InR'. Tom Harding Paul Raymond,
Mitchell. Hr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane, Mr

2.98 > Mr. and Mr*. W. T. Jackson and ind Mm. Al Hsrley. T. H. Slade

To 3.98 ion* and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. LouIon Tom Slade. Mary Sue Epperson

Jr. and daughters visited Mr. Jnncy DuPre Robert Manning

C ind Mr. F. Weaver lit WIlliston. Hike Clark. Adele Shool. Billy ,

Sunday. iVeldon) Dr. A. Y. Covlngton and _
e29 Miss Hilda. Watson spent the
loan Slade.
'. 'r4' weekend In Brooksvllle visiting
The back-to-college trek started
her mother. this week with the following among
f Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome. L
hose enrolling at U. of F for the Th _
'n. John Mack. and dAUlhl..r.MlslI ,
2 the ,ming term: Harold Davis Sue.
Evelyn Newsome. spent I _
veekend In Valdosta Ga. with Mr. llggn. Curtis Ed"" .1'11.' George

f' ind Mrs. Joe Sander and family. inkier Bert Newromb, Tom how be. how smooth and .
e JIBren'driving
SIZES fardlng', Ronald A Andrews Harry can easy, ,
'. Mm F. A. Moore Mr*. T. A. .

9 To Heel and Frank Walters of Gainesville 'Jreen Drew F. Reddish. Billy enjoyable and you'll never want to drive any other way j-_

52 were weekend guest of Mr tmlth, Joan Dinklna and Idell.andrum. _ _

0 V. B. Mundy. Marlon McRae entered Powerglidc is first finest and only! fully proved automatic 1_
V. S. St. John returned lasteck he Alachua Hospital school of _
Mrs. transmission in the low-price field.! Gives you simplest, smoothest I
after a month's visit wither i nursing this week.
.1.1r. ) I son-in-law and daughter Mr. Mr. and Mr*. M. C. Well spent safest no-shift driving at lowest cost. No clutch pedal-no gearshift- m

---- Chrlatiano and son Sunday at Jacksonville Beach ing not hint of in forward And- .
,_: ----------. ---.r_ '- ---- "rroys' nIt Mrs. D even a gear changes driving ,
Mr. and Mrs. rNltlng Mr. and Mr. Frank Ko!!.
ind daughter-in-law outstanding as it PowergliJe is only one member of Chevrolet'sautomatic
I POLO SHIRTSMADE Edwin St. John In Darin Conn. Friends of Bobby Benton will
team. Come in and let demonstrate.
of Jacksonville, atthe power
Edward: Gross egret to hear he la confined .

I vas visiting the Maxie Carteri last Hope Haven Hospital In Jack. .
('rlday ion vllle for treatment Chevrolet alone offers ..

Friend of Mr. Ida George of Barney MrRaa reported Into the i
Sizes 2. 10 e this complete Power Team!
th" Ingram apartment, will regret armed force thl* week as a Lieu- _ _ _ _

Sizes 12- 16 99c to hear 'that she I la seriously 'enant at Fort Eustl. Va. McRa ', _fJ

11. -. lad been :empbuyed at Koch's POWER <7fcc Automatic Transmission i

---r.,,, rs a atressobb Mr. Edwin St. John of Dar- Drug Store a. a pharmacist.Mr. .
In. Conn formerly of Starke was and Mr*. Paul Underhill Extra-Powerful 103-h.p. ValvinH Engln! *

ailed to Hawthorne last week bythe Malted relative and friend In EconoMitvr Rear AxU'Combination

: death of her father. Henry frostproof the pant week.

Pauling. Mr. and Mr*. Proctor Snow of
Friend of Floyd Green will regret at PowtmttJ Automatic. Ttannnmlon and lOS-h p.

to hear that he I III tlll confined Dublin Mr*. L. Ga.D. Vining are guest from of Thursday Mr. and Ealv.-/ ,.IIun,4 Lnntnt optional on 1>1 Luti ,.,ud.lul tita foil. Toko Your "DISCOVERY I DRIVE"

to his bed a* a result of recent -
Ins to Monday.
I \Illness. _

Mr. B. J. Brown and daughter 1 I0T'f"r. TO .',.Pf: 'II
Susan; of DeFunlalc Springs will ..5. .,..... '....f. "....,.... C..tF. TORODE CHEVROLET
arrive Saturday to spend a week ru>tl4. .. in c fc..r.rr.Blair CO.PHONE
.V P'ren.... Plaintiff' R81nl. .
THE with Mr. Brown' uncle and aunt. M Julian' fn-m-v tM /..,. r4.. ".
STORE OF VALUES Mr. and Mr*. L. A. Pavi Dr I'..-. ",'.
I th<- Utler .....1... 1..r .........
:..... 4444444444444444444 Brown will Join his family i. "',, Ju, h,.. T. ,.. 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT

.....4..4444444444 A.& A.44&AA A A A A ..........444444 part of the week. j ""I t, r. oJ...' anil "dd, I' STREETSr


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-iianc Jnn 1, A.D. 1949. Descrip suit for Divorce has 'been fur,

Baptist Church Methodist "',,ifI Ht September. I tion of Property IJlk. 1.1, ]e.. Lou against! you In the above name A<,
y' i I' t .I l "ilu" ink I day Court and and
ill BUR caua you are requlicd ,
9 and 10, Temple' Addition tc
: Church through the Age-.. The First 1\r I .?I'NII I I IAI - 'My the
pleading ,
I Miik "t the Llriult Court. flange 22 Ea.'. Name In which Asa complaint on th<
Ifj will be the subject of the Sunda y Starke cordially I", \l\iili, r. Heaver, Deputy Clerk. eeeedl! Unknown. Plaintiffs Attorneys, Evan T. Evan,
J, morning sermon by Rev Lewis D tend the first ; 9114 4t 10lS| Certificate No 134. Tear of lean and Neal D. Evans, Jr., 103 Law Exchang 10'1
ante Jun 1. A.D. 1143. Description, BulldlnaJackaonvllli I, R
Haines at the First Baptist Churc h Florida and file the ,
completed' ; : : APPKAH of Property Lot. 8, *, 10, 11, II, original |In tn C 'AI',
of Starke. This the fourth sermo morning r Irrnlf MllICK r.nrt.TO Bradford Coenty, 19, 14, 15, of Blk. It, Tempi'. Ad' Court office of the before Clerk the of the Clrcul I IIy \r ,,( 'tAI
on or 8th
''In a series on the church. Th e o'clwck. Special "'.. "'''' In knerry.. dition to SI.rke. Section 28, Town October, 1951; otherwise the allepatlon day o1, ",n:;

choir will bring special music wit h furnished by Mrs. Jo: *..,, R. Hart Plaintiff, vs. .hlp In which t South Aaneaaed Hand Unknown.21 East. Nam of said Complaint will bi,I I
St. Mark's Episcopal I Church of ChristCorner 'Mrs. Mona Canova at the orgy Church organist : Clark Hart Defendant C... No. 86JS Ccrtlflcat No. l 6. Year of Toy taken This as nonce ronfasaad shall by b*you.publlnhei, In. Cie. ...n\IITlflC-... t., rt .

10th aDd McMahon I Services begin at 11 ..!n. wit h: Choir. Subject of ( ..tte* Tft Apfienr.To once June 1, NW A P. 19tft. Descriptionof one each week for four eonaaoutlvi Romlda,, la 1lxn, M1'R'. .

Sunday September -Church Bible School, 10 A. M Babyland open for nursery chI 1 be preached by '. Kvalyn.. Clark Hart whoa /. Townahlp Property 7 South of Hani NE'8e 11 East<'llon, .week. In the Bradford County T.le.raph. Cath, .irl w.r 1'0
School 9.:41 am. Holy Com- Preaching- A M. and 7:3: o I dren during the worship Hour Mitchell will be f ... la: Iawrencevlllv., Vlr 40 Aerea, Name In which A..*....d; Dated this let day of Augruat. IV atl.e p I ln. I I'' M.!

munion ll:0p: a.m. I IRev. P.M. At 7:15: the Youth Choir wll 11 His' Holy Temple." You ar* tiereby notified that a A. M Carlton. 1951, To"l, A 00.... CuI ;
Certificate No. It
Fred Yerkea Celebrant Bible Stud bring 13: minutes of song precedIng The youth choir ..11 for nlvor('.. continuation of sue June 1. A D 146. of Ton (OFFICIAL SEAL A, J. Thomas. dt. '
Prayer Meeting and y .. and support money, eto., Description Clerk of the circuit Court. + \\I{ dR ld"1J'1It
t Each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. the regular Happy Hour Ser. robes for the first ( ... ben filed Kcxlnst you In the of lion Property 13, Lot 17, H'Wondlawn lllnnge Sec By Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy. Clerk: Hlr, I J'''I' ,, "'../ "
Ire at 7:30. Time la advanced boinamed Court end calls and Townahlp Routh, 917: 4t 92il t
: one Spring will | '
welcome.Presbyterian sing 22 RaM '
TIIFR1': S.t CIIKISTH.VCHI Everyone 10 Acres. !Name< In which .p
nr. required to serve a copy ,, YI
half hour The Youth Choir I,S service. Afteed R R 4r
evening !i : Woodruff
In Circuit' Curt
RCII root answer or pteadlnor' to the Bradford Cnwnty,.
directed by Ceo Jones With Mia,C preach on the on the Plaintiffs. Attor- All nf paid' ,popertv being' ,In, the Klorlilai. In t....rery. ( i x cool solo::,"? 'a a'd 1 g. '
Services are held every Friday J Church Julia Lnwaon at the organ Son Ing of Warship" r,'. Oeo. TO]. Turner, Hn2 Oraham County. of Bradford State of Fiori.dA. William Kellev I'lnlnflff. vu. Mar I Court 1 kl, ,
..11,11 Jacksonville, Florida find Jori Zedler K. lley, U.
night at p.m. with Homer Swln- n. perendgnt.Case rlulrednn 1
I aervlce beginning at 7:30: la leI A Church School b the orla-lnal In the. office. of thelerk I'necs auch rertlflcsf' or eertlfloat No 8rfl< I"
dall bringing the meaaaga. Communion Sunday School at 9.43.: : by the Pastor with the plano-or. day morning at : : of. the Circuit" Court on or, ** shall be redeemed according"tn Order Of PvhlleatlennA >*.II....> TaAppenr ii 1t l;, ;" "II : .:
la avrvod each Sunday af Friendship dam 10 a.m. .' the let dnr of October, 1451 : law the property described In MFATH OP I"I.OIIIU"" TniMurjorl I itindr ll"
fran duo bringing the music. ReHeinen' v Sunday School tich certificate ? "., "
.. newtsomplaint. the allegations of aald or certificate TiMll : Zeitler Kelley, whose .j,
COnducted renl. F
ternoonat 3 The 9th Service 110. ,
p.m. Sun- 11 am. Morning I b* cold to the hl..h..t bidder at the '"r I IN k
evangelistic message ol meeting In the will h taken 11SO Filbert ,
asj con Street Han Clerk '
day Convention of Christian by Rev. James Cail. the evening will be "What Will!1 rooms. There Is a ... bv you "Court.. In ire the",.. door on the fleet lofnn.d. dFrsnriern, California for. "'r:
Churches Sunday CS'ening -" notice shall b rnhtlfttirek ,.. month of October 1HM, You to ...
will required
convene at Theremin Youth Fellowship This arc appear on .h., \\ '.,
Church You Do With Jesus! age group. ... ."..h weak for four ronwarnrlo which lath* I..t day nf Dctnhee I SHI. October 8, 1951 In the above named .('...hll""' "f, .
the 5th Sunday of thin at 1 p.m. t Sunday School meets at 9:4: 5 Methodist 'In the rtradford County T.le) tint fated thin. 2th Pay nf. Anriiot Court and cause, wherein ,plaintiff fee...d '"v,

month. Plan to attend and we Prayer Mrt'tlngW dnellday at tiwfth; departments and claa"a for meet! every : iinhPnted this 291h day of August, fOFFTCTAT. PRAT': ) \. .T. Tlnma. seeks dlvorc shall Bradford County: Tit,.
shall look forward to '' Teleirraph publish this Ordi-r Once 'b
seeing you. 8I. >: p.m. all ages staffed by a corps of 80 Following; the I ( .I Clerk: nf circuit Court of Bradford In next four weekly Isauea.Witness wxekx : .
officers and teachers. !ORAT.' ] County, Florida mv hand snd official' seal '1'.1 "P." r
capable service there !In Me rlrialff vri "t'l t
rtrk of 1:31: 4t !! .
at this ,
Starke Florida
.. Septembera Pni
I. Training Unions gather at 6-15: Hour" for all I ? Myrtle T. Peavar n..n"u8131 :- Clerk. lullOFFICIAL. Iq I.
, r The time la 30 minute earliei recreation hall. | 4t 9(21( \OTIOROF FOR TX"PPIIC n.'v.n'TIOV ( SRAL' : > A. J, Thomas, ( 'I( 'FOFF

than last week and all Will be!, week are Ann VOTICrj lFe HEREBY As Clerk of said Court L I A I
and treat Cnnrt llrndfnrd Cou.t". O1VEV: .
ij; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke "training; In church membership." All children betw ... '.., In t hnneerr, That the following T J.' Alderman the holIeiof "Chan Pv Myrtle R. Itesa T. Denver., Z14 flimrontv Deputy Clerk If| ny II' n.iI.;;'
; H IIRtI.uPI"lnt"t., VA certificates' bus f11.A.aid
, f Md( -week service, hold each of 6 and 12 are S. Dlllley.. Defendant.: certlflcnfea tor" tax deed Building, Jncksonvllle} Florida.Attye 1vtrrlrg I
ft: Kev. \.ewfa I). Haines Pastor Wednesday evening at 7:30: with the Children's Can* Nn. 8811 h* 1 fued thereon The certificate for Plf. 97| 4t 9'28: In Cir.. : ro

t Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town the message by the Pastor la enjoyed every Wednesday! 1,1.1 Of srtlH Pulilli-iitlon> OF KI.OIIIIJTnl tad Voiles Toppear nVecrlptlon Numbers and of Year the pronertv of Lennnrp and the the \OIICP: TO SPPRSIICa ult rn 1'1./hnnap' anlhllFlurhlnl '

. i. I'IIONESOffice 234 Pastorium 130 by around 80 who know this 3.13: : by Mrs J. R. :: .r H.II I"ih whoa reKldenc I and name in which It was aae.*ed areas Clrexl'port.'.lni In fhnneery.Rlln IIr"tlr..rol. l TonntyFlnrl L."nnl11'1"Bennie, '.. Ph.ln'lk'
hour to be the "Sweetest Hour of lab: N. Long St. Salll-. follows: Shephard. Plaintiff, vs. LonnieIIhe"hn..ot. DefmOentVetlep
the Wewk." N. C Cerllflcat No 111, Tear of Tumianc .. c..,
: SUNDAY SER IONS 11:00 A.M.: 7:45 P.M. At The Yxi are required to nppar on Jim 1, A p 1945 Peacrlntlnn' CNo.. 1644Notice ,' To; Samuel To Appear.,
A cordial Invitation Is extended I ihor I. 11&I, In the above named of Property Lot 24. Indian Peach, Hence t nrealth' .
i Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Unions 6:45 IIIDWEEK > nrt and wherein plaintiff Section Its and 36, Township I To Appear aid ,, 1r
Training .
to all to worship at these services The message eka dlvorc rlluee. Bradford County liana22 Eaat Nam In which South AaacKaedi To Lonnle shepherd whose reel.dente Farms II nd 1' '.Tat'You ,;

:\ SERVICE WEDNESDAY... 7:45: P.M. at the First Baptist Church of Tabernacle .. ... tthnll publlnh this O'jler J. A. Vltato. You Is are: t'nknown.hereby notified, that a cult for.',fnsunhat 'A" .IJ .. 'ifw,
.. Starke. next four weekly: IAeuae.N'llneea Certificate No. 14. Year of Itaunnoe Divorce has. io
t > '* I- -r'" >- > *I. dealt with the silt for been filedaaalnst y ,
officiall !May 91, A ,
my hnnd and p. 1"H7. Deacrlptlonof you In the above named .Court. nod I
:t Morning Service l ":\Iy Church Through the Ajres"! the Ark based on ,1 l nt Starke Florida, this Aua uat 12, Property SEV4 of SW'-'. Section "Court and cause and ynu are re.gnlred ed to *, .' I

-I. Evening Services "What Will You J)() With Jesus?" Church of God told Entitled of Noah"Inside and I 11SI. As SEAT.' Clerk) A of J anld, Thnmaa Court. .EAR'.....Township.d, 40* Karl Aerea Hren 6. Dame South In Bang which A 20.- I nr to pleading serve A copy tn the of complaint your answer or Plaintiff.Landrurr,plendl..,IIf >iin, ... Sv I I

the Plaintiffs
Attorney Znch II
on Pit .fy
8th St. Clair
A Ste f
:Myrtle T. Denver Deputy Clerk Certificate No. 12*. Tear .
of TauBnc RAft 'the '
,. were Douglas Lynch nulldlnar. Jack nrlKlra)
I Sunday School Id( a.m. safely housed n Hen, 204-nfi Ollnr"ntuLite: May II, A.p, 194S. Deccrlptlonnf ",onvlll.. Florida and ills the orlirInnl Clerk of iht ';.r' off.
when the flood Jnrkaonvlll 2, Florida. Property. N Ii of Lot rA. Indian ,;"""
In the office of the for the
Clerk of
\ VISIT THE WITH THE VISITING PASTOR Sunday MomlngWorship 11 a m the lot day
CIIUKCIl, ... for Plf. 8131 4t 821| Reach Sections 35 and "113.
who chose To-wmhlp I otherul.
to "Circuit Court on or before the nth .tht .
. Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m enjoy B South, Hnnir 22 Enut Nam. In dnv nf October IITilt otherwise' the A'bl:: ,
win ,
) of sin for a ". rlrciilr' C'imrt. llmilford Cnunty which Annexed R ff'I.:::: \ ) tun' |
: T. .
Y. P. E. Service 7:30 alienations nf paid betaken
-' Tuesday : Complnlnt will by
p.m -MI
!. I to ......, In < h..n. ... Certificate No. 127. Tear of I..u.
: .. : : Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m Therefore scorn because of [ .. .. M .Ineohn. Plaintiff vs. Buck 'nce May: HI, AD. 194>. Descriptionnf This aa notice confessed shnll by ha"011.published once This each n u 'I i'' .WIn .
., I they : ", Dof n.t..nt. Propertv Rio of !Ijit 28. Indian once each week for four eonpeciitlv weeks nth n f.r v ;

i Hear Thin ermOl"SUIlde 'P'.JI. side when danger .... Of Pnhllcntlon \Cape nrt %No...tlr ASS To 8 each Sectlonn 3t! and 36. Townnhlp weeks In the Pradforrt County' graph
J S' ,y at 8 St. Edward's Catholic were South. Range SS En t. Name In TelearaphPnted Patel "] d -
__ destroyed. ,... "'r\TH' OF Fl.Oltllll Tat which Messed: Norman A. Faulk thla 5th day of September. 1051.lllFFICIU. I
Rev. Francis J. Dunleavy pa.s-I people today" the Jncoh' whose residence and per. 1911 '
tor. "Those Inside the ..e !h.: Unknown' All of sold property being In the (OFFICIAL A. J. Thomas, I
I "" are requiredappear on C aunty of Bradford PTAthe : '
State of Florl1n Cle- Circuit Cou't flyI>r
; :h CtiIeJ Sunday Mass at 0.15: : a. m. have'nothing to 1, 1111 In the ahov named Py Myrtle T. Denver Deputy t'lerk :
1 and rnuae, herein ,plaintiff' I nleaa. such certificate :
I Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. outside will be cut .. or certMcstea !- Pl, 4t 0Sorirn -
divorce Bradford County ahall b* redeemed according -a-- (Irrull, I'", orl. ,
'.I I Confessions Saturday 5:00: to from Deland le.rnph slur ll pnblleh this Order ''n low the property ,'''...rlh.d In '\ TO 5r1'Ids'tt Horliln. |n Ihnnrrq! andlw.
I 6:00: P. M. and 7:30: to 8:30: P. M. Ing service.A next tour weekly Innueavitneitn ) ,uch certificate) or certificates will In Irrnlt ('onrt. Hrndford Contitj. clears. 11" "!I
by a mv hand and official h* old to the highest bidder at the Flt' .rlttni In linni-err. Fern L .yCu
Children's Catechism Classes remarkable nt !'Starke Florida this August "*ourt Houp door nn the first 5fon I-orraln J. fllatkmore. Plaintiff "".
-'I'll r Saturday 10:00: a. m. names of Jesus In ,1111 l. Inv In the month of flctoher I list, Roy r.ilHon: Black more, Pefendant. Order Of Pnlillratlna. AM
WILD' I IIEAST"FIRST J 1 etc. ( (" I. I'IF' : \T.) A. J, Thnmn*. nblch lath* ]pt cloy of October lint. Case No. 8H4.1 Appear r\rB OP rIM
Adult Religious Instruction was brought In A. .Clerk of nald Court Puled this 2th Pay of August,, Voile. To Appear.To Fern 1''.. Bk n, wand .*
1 courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M., pointing out 'tile \. T. Penver, Peputv Clerk I1B1 : Roy Edson r-Iarkm", whoperepldencn nddre a 1 I' ? '
I proper n IT.... 204-1K Ounrnntv. tlf. OFFICIAL PKAI.: ) A. .T. Thomas. I Is, : care of H AT. Mackley, Apt 111 rid AlexandrYou
end by apeclal appointment. addressing In II,II Ina. Jnckaonvllle 2, Florida. Clerk of Circuit.
Court nf Bradford 102fl 17th Street Denver Colorado. are rnt" lied i II, i x
Ij j BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton 11.2.1.: : 21)) to be ('( %". for Plf 8131| 4t 9121 bounty. Florida. You. are hereby notified that a October 1 I. Hil! 'n thou
('In'IeC'1I OF JKSt'S CI1KHT special numbers In 1:3t: 4t 'I21 'suit for Divorce has been filed Court and '"i r*.,
1 HOI! CRAY; Pastor ATICF op ,rpUrTlnvFonT' ,niralnet' you In the above namedCurt seeks dlvui" Br dlr
I 'OF LATTER I).\V UNT.S alt violin solo 'I: nF.F.nOOTI"F : In Clrcnlr Ctviirf. Hrn.ir..rt County; and caua and you are required Telegraph shall l ud
Kiltie/ School: 10() A.M.: U.T.U. 7 P.M. Masonic Temple Call Street. of the meetings. : IS TIFRKPY OTVKN.: n-rU-.1: 10 PPKAK to serve a copy of your answer ;tn next four % Rio.iy ImnWltneaa
,, F Sf Pnckhnm the holder ', ..hln. In ,
of Chancery. or pleading to the complaint my .1 ,id III
"The '' Just On Sunday School every Sunday following eertlflcntea has filed etert. IIRn.i-n, Plaintiff va. Asotil. ,["n the Plaintiffs Attorney JosephK seal at Starka,, K clad,
Keeps Growing" morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Servo "O'rU'.1' I' ...011. thereon' The certificate Num. Hansen Defendant, Skipper 221 Graham MulMlnn, 21, 1111' .
10 ,
1 I .. C"rur-l'l..1 a.t .. ,, ., (. iirtlflcnte for n tnY ded to fin Case No. 8838 lackaonvlll, Florida and file the (OFFICIALA: )
: : ::. ,: .. : .' ices 8-30: p. m. A cordial InvitationIs In flri-i.lt Court,... .. nnd Y..... nf Tnaunnc', the d... \"". To Appenr.To ,nrlKlnnl In the office of the Clerk An C'trk Ill! .
extended to all. In ( "Itnn of th. property, nnd the : AK ul1.. Han-rn. uho8i rcplIcnoe ,"if the Circuit Court on or before Ry Myrtle. T. D".lver, I Dot
William Klttlei .. In which It was naaenaed are in: 4na Fifty Sixth Street I the I 8th day of 'October, 1961) other Chan R. II.... 204-01 a...,
BJir.'t Klttlei I. f> .follnwa. : Irooklyn Now York wise. the allegations of said Com lliillillnir. I Ji."k ,i.lrlAttys
:: \ .. Vr 111 Tenr, nf T.. V.., .
.,. n Br* hereby notified that A "' .lot xlll t>* fnken n* confessed for Plf" r
noticeT Appear,
To: MnruHiet: ':
I 13y ,. dence and Hditrt'ss I Is, S
ii; W :B 1? Street New York "'
1tW. You, era hrebv:
atllt. for Divorce "
ti .c-
y ,< FUti. nRalnnt vou. In tlie
+ I Court ant cause How
,' -., SIZE : to make
i!'j FA M16" li ouireil swer, or to pleading serve a i to" I"1: / a

; r T ...: on the I'litlntlff. ,
)p -HO"'pflIN tjinilrnni starke,, ,
I l 'Ih..
original In the ,
,! .Cli rk of the .Circuit. ..
; -' _. --- for* the 115th dux of

,, .... ,.. -- ;*! 4 r--A- { .!"AlIS--. :, '.Rrr....-. --- ;UA/J..r.L-1 otherwise,fimnlnlnt' ed:;by you' Will.th* .lie" ; ,. : ,t Ford go a long way

I' -- veT Thlsj' nntlr shall .
{ Electric Range r "ner i-nch week! for '

>* X ,.. *" ;; I|' work Rranh. In the. .

I 7', lettalHCeIr.d. / Unit I Thrte Spacious Storage** Drawers I -- ; w I I 19 RI.hated this itch day ,

.y (OPFICIAT SttAt: ': ) .
6-qt. D..p-Well Thrift Coam.r I nJ r-lerk nf |the fj@j
Hy :Myrtle' T. Denver ,

J" o This beautiful' new Hotpoint Electric Range 11 fully S I I ( / C2 .

J automatic, with features you ordinarily find on only the ; '
"o'rr,1'1 \ ---
, highest-priced, model, yet its priced remarkably! low In flr<*"lf l (.our. *. (.a 0 _______ _
So Kltii l 'f easy to ute thatwnyoev can cook and bake with it, this Florenr, Mitririieilte. "'"

' full-faiiuly. ue l llotpnint will {live you years of clean fenilnnt.tiff \n N.I"'n.1, Jo.

1 cool. /.11' electric cooking (htclt its top-value features In times like these it's smart to look ahead
then come in soon and ice ill I \..n..*:r kdwn Tn: tfipenr.Ti nlLori. the cara of your car. to trust it

:! old..nre and n.Hr, .... I
,. 1r I You are hereby <1 ,
nit. for Divorce hn
,'( InirfifnHt. vnu In1". i//1952 1 .
' "
,.1. I Ifourt. unit, rnitpA. ,
. .
'tiulreil to serve s .. :
,'I pwr, nr plenitlnir to
'r -
in the rlllln"" '.. '. 'J- _
r1n T.an1'ritm. 5ttnrk!' c '
.. the orlrlnnl In thi (
| Clerk of the 'l|,-eult. "
,. ,. for (th. tlth Anv I
tstao +pae f. ..nf. : ( only to the folks who know (!
,< fomnlfllnf itherwtff will the l loft ..... \ ,, Fords best. No one can equal a Ford Dealer'Sd1953

J j eil hv vou,
I Thin nntl. hilll f. '
I>once each week for .
woekn In the .. .. !9
irrnphrinteiT. .
thin llth day .

IPSI.OPFIOT\T pr\f' : __ I It:.......... h']
\ t 1 1I Clerk of the O "'iii ti.b""' !!::'I!&: j:"< '

I Sto fly rvrUl: T Penver, ,' 0 0-.

,t. 1Y.

1 t. ,rl'I I In Florida rirrnlt' f I O-rlCII In r n..r......10. ., keeping your car perky today and healthier in the long run because no

I.OUM., Onll.on. "'
atlifin.:: Defendant.

....n.-.. T.. '........
1 t mil Tn. aiMresa' null ijiillsfin.Is: SBfh (/19551 "I If

i 9t"' Wellington ..
\ NYY 0 /tirVl _
"n are hereby
,.. -
I >"u I fur IMvorin h..
luiiiiMt you I In the 0'h
) 'art' and. close tii

t. .vw.r,iinrd' or to plailln aerv a eo to one else can offer all the 4 major. advantages listed below.

n the Plalntlfr. .
r.inilrum, '
Mtnrke. "
\. i tits nrl..ln..1 I I ,In the Ford-trained Mechanics
i '!1. ,ik of the Circuit ( .
World's fattest HI-Spud broiler for charcoal-like broiling Titanium t ran th. ll'h duv of I
,,itherwls *h. .. : .
_, porcelain.nom.l' lap and body-scratch and acid tolitont Automatic I I'oinnlalnt, will h* ".. Genuine Ford PartsFactoryapproved

t 269 5 even temperature control' 60-mlnute TIme-meature with bell Two I I.ed This by you.nolle shall

electric o"II.tt-on. Nmed. Turn on coffee pot automatically! Cook. onre pull week" for .
weeks In th. lu.... .. :Methods c
Ing surface light Oven riming clock and Indicator light Oven end i vraph T
! surface-unit cooking charts I hated this Itch day
, 1 MlOPFlfHf 1.
, "p*.'t.) Special Ford Equipment .
I Clerk of the y
' IHSTANT-SPfID OUROD SURFACE UNfT-Super-1rftd for cWr4-f.it cooVIng. Brews 6 I riv Myrtl: '1'. r.aver.

! cup of coffee in 6 minutes! Intense heal for fast starting and rapid toiling If.

t .nnrF: TO .)
-- I In ('I... n>Hrt, ..: 't : : GET REAL :

I! l YOU'ISTOVE 1 >-nrlrf",i In .........., : FORD CARE
USE { AS PART OR ALL DOWN\ I."" -ll Miller ... ;
E I'> Alt ft. Ftiicher. f>. ..... p\ AT YOU 'tl

ntlcv/ T. (........ FORD DEALERSO

i i PAYMENT15 % DOWN 18 MO. TO PAY 'i ill 1'0'You o, e and Alfa ar* MiMres hereby l-'iat.her I I..

I suit for ntvnrc FD.A1 -

.i-ontrol... A| minor In child the a4' tf

I <',..irlmu. .. and .
WINKLER ELECTRIC iiulred to serve a cop' ,
4 SERVICE wer nr pUailtnv to
os the rinlnctrr: : :
I...ndrt'm. Starke- '

I 222-224 Temple Ave. On U. S. 301 Starke, Fla. Phone 166
I herI.e, n,. ,, :: : I I!
nIh': n'I\ ,I.. '
Madison )
\ ", & Adams Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA I

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PAGE 91VFPr : "
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't[tone the Heights KeystoneTeachers f

1 r r the President Assoth -,

e Sept i Siprelle U to receive In her B A LI

111'1!t I,T, i scheduled a year to make for The Tuess planp first.

I al and which Miss time Julia Mrs.'I .

JIIII:,II' tplnln the school

;I ,AViJig: will' nerve a/
during 193112Vays\
,*, Mrs. P. H. Hasklns
3Mrs C E.: Mitchell;
,:, Mrs. K.:: V Stuckey:
ip )frs,. Edith Ridenour; 8:00
Mrs T F.::. Campbell; Tonight Friday :
Mrs John C. Detwellcr;: I
ln' Henry Hall;
'r,. Frank 'Walrath ;
Mn' Kyle Jr.I; I

.L In ution. Miss
k suted by Mrs. Gornto; .
oak Mrs. R. L.. Walker
by Mrs. Beesler; school BRADFORD PARK

mil 1 ,legislation/ Mrs. H. .
Uim-h room committee
T Parker, assisted by
in GllsBon.
ally Ueunionmday ;
Sept. 16. at the
Heights Beach, abou:
rs of the Baker family

for', a their short! ,!annual business down reunion.to meetrett'.V the- BHS Tornadoes Williston i

,siness I timeC chairman nncll of of eating Orlando and: and Mrs.hay was Vs.

ilinaon Godwin of Starked
the new secretary and .
This organization startny
years ago as a simple
k'bration of the birthday
,1 of t the Keystone branch ,, ,
mlly, F D. Baker, but all
'1 more of the otherof
the family began com 1951 Schedule
(decided In 1938 to make M -
ral funnily reunion and i
'Meeting on Sunda v near.
'd.t IS, Mr Baker's birth,
I ;

jiar,, of the seven memo -/ I SEPTEMBER 21 WILUSTON HERE I
fie oldest generation llv
Mrs Lucille Kinard ofy t Adults Students
wns unable to attendf 1J
IIInl' The oldest, S.
; of Timmonsvllle, S. C. OCTOBER 5 PALATKA HERE
rs'at; ago, D. F. BakerI '
,I I and Keystone Heights. ( r j'i ,
fciker brothers of Palatka present, F.were Tif 75c 25c ': ''

r Vero Beach H. M. N'f' ;
{Inland Crove, and a sls- :: :.
R Simmons of Galnese 1

| the youngest great-grandson member pre-ofT OCTOBER 26 OPEN DATE ,

nifed six months. A '
made of the members NOVEMBER 2 DELAND THERE "' "'j,4-

I'if,I Ithe/ the L.representation M.various Baker family groupIdritl'al at -, NOVEMBER 9 ST. LEO HERE .*" ;.'/'" ';

III\ L the ught Morgan count with, entertained four tables I I .. : 16 KETTERLINUS HERE .' 'I .it eF .I

21 COVF:
:N'cwnipn> of Pittsburgh THERE ,. ..
IT h daughter. Mrs'I I '. <'
i Walrnth has entered; THERE I, ;.. :
ixi, Tollege Her mother I
E: Mel ay went with I ,
her aet!I'd. I II i ,. ',: ,' \. '.'
1 Mn Wiggins had all .
;('''f' ,
18iH"iU Mr. and Mrs D.I :1-1 j'I ";. .
!u'" rt <>' Greer S. C. and] "". : .
gh WlUon, Jr of Lake ,

irrar will preach again In ,
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unity Church next Snn- 0 "" ,
will be In charge for 9
ivks until a regular Compliments of Everybody: Out For Tonight's Game! Onward, Tornadoes! _
rii be Ihoseti. Compliments of
Lawson's Market & Cold Storage ;

\ PntPlI Sharpener! Ideal !9rn the Tornadoes. .t-but eat l..a-.n'. Meat! I!.' *!'. S./ SDI at Komi JOG
oar Only f 1.8.V Bra.l'T l. General Huppllro
Tilegrnph.jlit .. -, ,-..-.nsr.. ..-.-,,..,......,.... ,.. i
r 4' .. ,
Eli f: 'ro 1r're11nnspt -- ,. ,.. .. .. ..,.. -' .. _
.hn..r.. n..df..rd.... Ceasty See You At Bradford Park Tonight Electric Service & Supply Best Wishes! to the TeamSETZER'S '6 d

.a' II. Plaint If r. v*. ,I Mow" 'Em Down, Tornadoes I
.. J It. Kin, 0
.. "nerLet's
r f n lantCur i I E. T. Shull Plumbing & Heating SUPER STORESKl.rkr j.
,, No 8A31 C. H. DRIGGERS
Inetml. Who'.. I'h Support the Tornadoes llorldnIt's .
I'll l le. 421inthF1rioklyn on..

New .. .... .. .. .., -_...." "e.. w. 0" .. .. ,, Furniture CompanyA I.I
n >tlfli>d that
a .
h "*n fll**t .
I ml' above you ar named. re. Best WJshei Of Closed Tonight we've gone to the Game; A Pleasure; to Back the Tornadoct

., .'I'y of your anV Good; >> Team Like the Tornadoes
< th* ,emmotalntrn.v El Rancho Drive-In Restaurant ANDREWS MOTOR CO. GUIDON GRILL
.. \t. ,' T. Frank
f >rich ami filfffl Deserves: Your SupportBARKSDALE'
", ,> <-.. of the.. 301 North of HtarUeHe Piaui' IIX !Sttrke George Knpelnun.t.
'niirt h.

It.>,f i r>'I rtoh as. .confvuaIrraiKord of.. 11M mi IIIikon ... ,,- .., ..eee...- r__ e.we e. -" .. ,,, ---.. ,.. eeleeeew.. .. S

t..nr h."n..II"pubtt.h.d'' present tonight to cheer our l boys to Support the Tornadoes with your pr !>Ience' (;.o Get 'Em, Tornadoes -

County Victory L. B. Alvarez Service Station Starke GEM JEWELRY
d.> i of September, Builders Supplies

n',."'. A J. Thnma. Farm, Home & Auto Supply 1 Tempi A ('all streets. s ('arl..hn. Sta/ke's Leading Jeweler.._ .
th rirrult' Court I '
.. ....
'"?'ti D n'T rt. Bnanoanl KaJIroad "'.k-h In
9'U' 4t 10 S _, _, ..'e..-e..e..se.. e..esw.er.e.. _".. .. .. .... .._,.. .. prctor

We're Behind You. Tornadoes! You'll Arrive Safe at the Game with Come '
on out and boowt our team

EYSTONE f TORODE CHEVROLET CO. FIRESTONE TIRES Western Auto Associate Best Wishes!' From
>' Temple 1 & Lake
9,106. t. ServiceCompliments t. T. Robert Motor Service Station
J. F. JaudnnCompliments

EWELERS\ .. .." .. -.. ..r..r.o .. ., e.ee-,.,.... ,.... --- -" ,, .. 6'" ,,-,.., Ooml lack Tornit. lov*

Lip )1U1I1.1I0FER .__ .. A.. ..
''''Tn.''.: IJEIGIITS ofFlorida

|'" llaney'a Drug Store S. R. JOHNS GROCERY ;rv ANDKKUM> DENMARK

"e're Tornado f"an! Starke'm, Leading Motor Court Power & Light Co. FURNITURE CO.

Prompt .. .. .. --e-" -- were Proud to be Tornado Boosters!
l dent Courteous .. .
Wishes Team a -A- A' .
Best Compliments from
Service Bring Home the Bacon I Joy at
After the Game Meet Me At H. C. WALL AGENCY \ KOCH DRUG STOREVlNKLER I A t'S Fill the Stands for Tonight's Game.

SERT CENTRAL DRIVE-IN All Klnilw nt luMtranre r HUrke, Flortdi ELECTRIC SERVICE
REPAIRS .... _. .... -.. ,,.. ,.., ---. ;h.: .. Hot Point Appllanrn>
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'r .' \f. to 6 P\l.
lads 9 12 Noon

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\CKSO.V TII\M VOTERS and .1)"*" und you are required i iNt ,, '"""-
I 1 Takes To Woods rv.* a .*'.py of your Answer or
Stolen Car.
Funeral ServicesFor Guardsmen Told Injured Girl's'Condition ; Driver II To voters and citizens of Starke: ploadlnir. In the complaint on the

Frank FowlerSet Unit Not LikelyTo Improves ; I With Highway Patrolman In Hot Pursuit I take great pleasure In thankIng Plaintiff"per 221 I Ornham Attorney liullrlinir Jnaeph, JackHon-K. Skip 1 ..

viII. Florida and file the original)
For Called SoonLocal uld start running for you for your wonderful sup- the office of the Clerk of the Clr- .
TodayFuneral Be Smith Released FI'Tiiia! Hlgh a> Patrolman Q tit 're he n I ",
fired two I in our City Election. I II" Court nn "r In-fur the 'land day ,; ;
A. Fillingim engaged in a chase I h', vMiods Fillinglm port tK'toher. lSt. ntherwlM the I'' '' 'I "CsLOFFI.'lstj

services for Frank FoWler National Guardsmen are Mlxe Charlotte Knapp. who was Friday afternoon in which the car ...hwer. the fugitive's head try promise to strive' to make Starkea .alloKntlnnn of aalil Complaint will I.I"I. ,

76, who died In bin home near not likely to be called Into active critically Injured when the truckIn he was chasing wouldn't run fast ing to Ret him to stop before there larger and more prosperous city. I I bo This skiS notice a. confessed shall b.by published you .

Brooker Wednesday morning, are which "he was riding crashed disappeared Into the brush I I week for four ,I- Sr.AL. .
service for at least a year ac- enough for the driver so he just ,\ro I can be of assistance tc once each oonaacutlve or. >t A
scheduled for thin afternoon at the Into a car on Cherry Street Mon ran the car In a ditch and took 1 I I.ater deputy sheriff Cecil Sewell Anytime week In tha Bradford County Talariufd 8'y Ms ." :r I)"..,,"
cord In" to a releane this .
graveside In Dedan Cemetery at press day Sept 10. has regained con- off through the woods on foot. in-1 oily policeman Riley Sweatdr" any citizen please don't fall to If."h. this 17th Any of "' ",plemh"r.OFFICIAL .

2 o'clock. Fowler was a life-time I' week by Maj. General Mark WLunte. sriousnciw. and has been transferred \ r nut to the place where the call on me. .IS11.1; I In I "Irriili, ----

resident of Bradford County and Adjutant General of to the Naval Air Station hospital Fillingim said he received a negro! had disappeared hoping tc Sincerely ( SEAL) A. 3. Thomas, H..rlla. I," (".r.. R.."..
about three o'clock
radio message : Clerk of the Circuit Court
lived in hU present home near Florida. In Jacksonville according from the Florida Highway Patrol scare him out. They did. The \v. T. (Billy) Jackson Py Myrtla Tj Daovar Deputy Clark I I.K::01"I'" '.

Brooker for a number of year I Gen. Lance said "National an announcement by the IIherltraotf"'e negro| showed himself and began I .' Sjit 4t IO12: ''H'
this week. station In Ocala advlalng him thata MILES! TH INKS! > OTrRS! -
The service will be conductedby Guardsmen who are employees or : running with Sewell right behind No'rirn TO PPKUIn (inlet III I'OhU.......
Austin Smith the driver of the two-tone green 1947 Chevrolet wish to sincerest I S 1'1'.''' ,:
I express my .
self I well said M' fired sixtimis. drrnK (....1. Hradford County .e. to,
Revi C. A. Crosby the Dedan employed may plan on not beIng had been stolen lh..reHe him. S" I.u", 1'' I.....
truck has also been released from reported friends I, .
thanks to my numerous Florida I 'haurery.l'ai.l \
shots .
disturbed In their civilian : the first four were I Rd.ll '
Baptist Church of which Fowler occupation !- '
said he drove Von PlHlntlff vs. Mary Llnle I0 \ ,
the county jail the sheriff said, Immediately I for their confidence their encouragement ,,,.
wan a member. for at leant a He the fleeing negro'a head Von. Defendant. lll.tlV. .
year. .over .
on orders of Judge E. K. Perry- south and backed Into the Junction In I uCourt ", ,,
I their efforts
added him Into and Cane ,.,...... .
Survivors Include two daughters that, in his opinion no major .ere fired to scare atop. No. 8671 I .
man. He was released without of the Brooker road and 'i. .
behalf during the recent cam- !Notice To Appear.To ..
troop units of the Florida/ However the last two shots my "rl t .
Mrs. DoHJila Prescott Brooker i I posting/ bond but should the girl's Gainesville highway.AbOut ping. for the office of Chief of : Mary Uaale Ton. whose reiilrtence. nek- 4iv "'"..|
National Guard will be called in- ,, were fired to hit the negro Sewell. paign sod Bddreim, la: I'nknown. Tclfifiiiiih' ,, n,! ...
and Mrs Luther Jinn Went'' ';: condition become worn, he will five minute later the I To Mr. Thornton I extend notified that I i 01'' '; .
'to active service before late next ...K1, but he had outdistanced him Police. You are hereby a In nt r ", ,, "
'again be arrested and charged Milt for Divorce baa been filedairalnat \N 71' ....
Florida; two stepHonw, Ellis I year at the earliest. I'I'I pending the outcome of the girls stolen car came flying by with a no far that It was almost Impossible my heartiest. congratulations. you In the above named "i'nl 'i' !Slit, f .. ..

Bailey. Plant City ana Leonard Gen. Lance Issued the state condition. negro at the wheel and Flllinglm/ to hit him. Sincerely Earl F. Miles Court to and serve cauia a and copy you of your ara. an-required 'i-ik.( I .., 4. ij

Fowler Brooker; and 21 grand. ment after the Department of the started off right behind him. He The car was only slightly dam. war or pleading ,to the complaint EAts I
children and 11 great grandchildren. Army announced last week that ,I said )he chased the car about three axed and has been returned to its KrillBFFKR IMPROVED I <>n tha Plaintiff"' Attorney, A.. J. Py Myrtle 'I' Do....'I. ,
Thomaii. Jr., Stark.. Florida and ph' ,, Do,
they planned to call Into active ; I miles (just this aide of Prescotft owner In Ocala. Meanwhile everyone Friends of George Schaeffer are I| file the orlvlnnl In the office of the "Hullilin>" 'II*: H.I, 'k.i :"ti. .I I..

uuty two more National Guar BAYLESS HIWAY\ store) and the negro ran the car J IB wondering If the negro has glad to see him back on the job Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be. Atty Pit I

" Cub Seoul Notice t divisions for early 1952, with only I 11Y Mrs. O. r.Cr.M.bi-: I off Into the ditch. The negrc met up with Leo Zalutsky. the- seam after his serious Injury of I I

four months advance notice. Jumped from the car before it had I state prisoner who also escapee : Sept.;; 9 when the tendons in- his

The Cub Scouts with pack He said he hopes this announcement I ftu.vlesi Church stopped and It nearly ran over him Into those woods two weeks ago. wrist were severed by glass In a
leader Harry Green will have a will quiet a number ofrumors broken door. He Is employed by
Crosby from bad the night IF YOU AREN'TCOOKINC
The Bayless' Highway W. M. S. a very Sunday. They spent
pack meeting Thursday eveningat I concerning mobilizationand enjoyed a social at the home of Infected eye last week. He and with their son-in-law and daughter Humphreys Gold Corp. where he
7:30: o'clock at the Parish Houseon
I give Guardsmen a. Mrs. Frank Norman Thursday Mrs. Crosby made several trips Tullle and Louise Norman .Is In charge of the paint shop.
\ Church street.WANTED. basis for their economic planning. I.
to Gainesville to See a .
evening Sept. 13. The following Saturday.Hear !NOTICI" TO APPHJAItIn
officers for the He la much better now. I Clreejlt 'nll.t. Bradford Cocaig
year were elected Rev. and Mrs. Karnes had
. ,\ I We wish to extend our heartfelt I I at the business meeting: prnldent'j'' Saw Uncle John and Aunt Sal. Iota of fun at a shower at the Kvenle rlnrlilal M In Wnllai-e.Chancery Plaintiff. VR. Jil. ..
I Mrns. A. R. Norman; lie Kelly visiting Uncle Bob Hals- I per I. Wallace, D..r...' ". '
\ BUY thanks to everyone for the and wife home of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Cane: .t.NO. 8881
ident lop
to Miss Wanda Crosby; Sec & Thursday night. They .
many beautiful flowers and expressions !Notice T. Aeeenr.To
Treat, Frank Norman, Publicity spent the night with their daughter Rosier Friday night. Seems al I : .1"01'" l I.. Wallace, whiiBen WITH GA

PULP WOOD (recent bereavment.Mrs.of sympathy. during our Chairman: }.(r.. E'sle Crosby.The Swinton Crosby. Also heard though Rev. Karnes was roped J47*ldi>Kn ne.t In Oolleire.: enre. of Avenue Runlet', ,York In.'.,, ,_

Devotional was led by the Swinton was real sick last week. : Into a job. Wonder what? Bet IpnnnylvanlA
TIES -- Bennie Fillyaw family. I end. but feels a little better now. You that a THY IT YOU'LL
president, Mrs. :r..h"h..ot: IT!
Norman after he will\ win a prjze !next time. stilt nrr.I been filed m- -
Saw Dot and' Loran Conner and
and Pine Timber which The Pollyana Pals enjoyedan iralnul you In the above named, t'iurtFIEE .
JOHNS'" TIINKI'OTEILI4: More to Rev. Karnes.
of power
exchange of gifts. Delicious daughter Peggie Sylvanla. Ga. ITS CLEAN
To thelotera of ,
Starke: his brother from the
refreshments. visiting Marcus and \Ve need some support .
were served
to the IT'S FAST
I wish
0Will to express my most sin 13 members family. men around the hen parties don'twe !
cere appreciation for the vote present next I IT'S ECONOMICALInstalled :
meeting will be held at the home Spotted Mrs. D. Zelgler and son ? Keep Uie good work going
;: Pay given me September 11 for City of Mrs. Helen Sapp. the second of palatka visiting her uncle. R Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Barnes I For Prompt FREE Removalof
As Low As
Clerk. I will at all tlmea try to Worth. $1$
Mrs. Alex Barnes Dead. Crippled.
M. and his mother
Thursday night In October. Crosby and family Sunday.
Cash Prices the best of '
Highest my ability to serve in' ..
you honestly and courteously. one la Invited to attend. Pete and Hllah Dukes of Lake I and children are vacationing less Cattle. Horses Mules,

FOR ANY SIZE TUACT Again I want to express my sincere The' following officers were Butler were supper guests of Mrs Alabama this week. I & Hogs .

appreciation to the voters elected at a special conference at I J. R. Kelly and family Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman had I Slade Gas C

e Carl Johns. Baylens. Highway Baptist Church night. as their dinner guests Sunday Mr. Call 132 StarkeWE

Sunday morning: Pastor Rev. J. Hear by the grapevine that the and ]hire Rufus Green and Mr. ALWAYS COME 1
SEEA. E. Ladd and Mrs. Edward Raulerson and PHONE 121 STARKEF
; Clerk. Frank Norman; children at Hellbronn school are

W.C.T.U."WE Sec. &: Trea.. Mrs. Muriel Nor really living happily In school now. family of Brooker. Florida Renderers

McKINNEY TUIDULE AKOUND man; Sunday Supt.. A. Russell) Seems as though they just can't Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman I INC. I

WITH Norman: Training/ Union Director get over the new classroom and were visiting friends In Hamptonand .
TilE TWIG! OF TilE ThEE 01'TUE .
At J. ft. Kelly; Pianist Mra. J. R. Indoor bath facilities also new Lawtey Sunday afternoon.
Starke Taxi Stand Liqroic TRAFFIC WHEN
Kelly: Cholrster, Floyd Crosby.Don't curtain In the cafeteria. That -
PHONE 150 forget Sunday School le one way to keep the kids In
LAY THE AXE TO ITS ROOTS C ( e i-4%' ,. Ce
Starke, Fla. AND every Sunday at 10 and Training school-make It more attractive I st
I (NATIONAL VOICE. :Union every Sunday night at 7:30.: I and the children will try to be .

) Church service next Sunday at 11 there every day. Hear the enroll- YOURW

I a m. by Evangelist Karnea. Subject ment now la 118. S. DEALER

, yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy yyyyyyyyyyyyyyTYYY I : "The Soon Coming of Christ". Eldon Sapp waa visiting Mrs

Come on out folks and wor. C. H. Neal In Gainesville Satur -- lvt .iC'i.t'

ChrisJ. NEWBERN STUDIOS I ship with us at any time. day.Sure I 'a.- 'It -. ,
Dinner will be served at Bayles wa. glad to nee Uncle Harley .,.

liThe Roving Photographer" Highway Baptist Church Sunday McRae and wife at church SENSATIONAL \
September 23. Everyone is In .BRINGS' THIS : O! &:EtU ,
Relief ..M I
Wedding vited. Beyond Belief

Community Nf'wa For Stomach Sufferers C' ,..1
Portraits Well folks we decided to change. -

the name of our column in keepIng If you have suffered without relief -
Commercial .Purche. '
thic deluxe
: with .
t14 the Since we are from Indigestion, gas, heartburn .

STUDIO OPEN; the proud users of the new Bay- and a nervous stomach then .1'
less Highway we will take the J .Lr' '
All Day Saturday you need INNER-TONE miracle "- --' -eaw- '

Wednesdays honor Highway of writing the Baylpsa working liquid medicine that .';i. VcstJnghoufeat; Gfr.gera. :;'

news Instead of the old gets at the cause of such ailmentsand .
6 I'.M. 8:30: P.M. Sunny Brook. So what you say brings amazing and quick re .

I folks let's keep the news coming lief. INNER-TONE: is made of

: 8X10 PORTRAITS $3.00 Inand really put Bayless Highwayon Nature's herbs plus Iron and the Rii!!: r Prka; ....,
the .
P --- map.Birthday Important B vitamins. So don't goon .

,:1 Parties( I I suffering! If you feel half dead .

PORTRAITS TilE MODERN WAY Mrs. r. Crosby entertained and half alive get INNER.TONE

"J about 2&4young:: ) people last Friday today at KOCH Drug Store. .
, afternoon with a birthday party I I (Adr.) aI

for her daughter Joyce on her ONLY $25995
r 12th
birthday. Outdoor game :

were enjoyed by the youngsters. I -

.n___ ,' Birthday cake and punch were
served by Mrs. Crosby, assisted ,
Cr't.nhixr IIKI.PMan and woman All Mckee All 101..1.! I AHENTION '
for malntonanre work. New ti.o.sabie ........ ........... bv Mrs. Floyd Crosby and Mary
Klna-ntey p..arh If ('lite, i; sit 15l1: Kit: itTa Alyce. Joyce received many love- AND RECEIVE I ...
W. i ell ..l. "...... Ptl. 185:! ly gifts. If You Have \
up Or"*.. taken at Dahnivr FOR BALK- -14-foot plywood boat Another lovely affair of the sea 7ja
lift BhopD. Phon 45-S. KHINOKK I'heap. Auerburh Klnanley LAke son waa a Joint birthday party PINE OR CYPRESS \
': HKWINO Marhln$ (' given for Vincent. and Johnnie
puny. l.k c''II''),, Kla. Phone "m.110 TWO NKW POfR. ROOM COT.TAIIEenmpiptiy Mack Kelly at their home Satur. TIMBER TO SELL ( monthi to
will 1 repair your m chtn. In tip furnlKlird. allPontait
I top ConI itt.n.' reanonaht We .nnv.nl.n..A. Very reasons hi. day night. About 35 youngster Large or Small Tracts
u.. only .nulne 8In... part' Mrs. OrnnarerValdo. and 13 oldsters enjoyed. the party FREE GIFT
Our ..nl... re.ru will ilK up and lip 9121 Vincent celebrated
12th birth.
delivery ...rvl... upon resilient. We Buy All
N.w ftlnffer machine are available .o'rlC'.1 day and Johnnie Mack his 9th.
I on reaeonable. termn. Our meat. curing room will h* openI Mrs. Kelly served birthday cake
I ", take rare of your mem In the PAY TOP PRICESWrite .4
LUNCH ROOM (....m"I.'.) for sale name efficient manner by the name and punch to those present assisted -
a' earrtfli'e. U< od loratlnn In competent eurlnK mean a. for the by Mrs. Rubye Woods of O

tI..,. .... Writ llui (31 Htarke.Flu 3t 9114. I.! aet five yeara(1"1'1':1IMT on Jacksonville and Mrs. Gladys H.f 's a terrific offer that you won't want to mss: This deluxe Westinghouse "Colder G-.J": RB fnl

Hl'IIAIl fl'IlK: a. rUl.T C't'llR3c Newman and Mary Alyce Crosby or Call

FOR RA I.f-- -" .OOO Strawberrypicnic. huelneHH per aptirerlMleitMrtllHM Ib.Your Both Vincent and Johnnie Mack I eratoiis an outstanding value. Big full-width Freeze Chest and Storage Tray Convenient butter k keeper f-

3 301 nillee I Judge north Thoniae nf liielnIl.llii1hway It ., f'iIlp.iT. received many lovely gifts. B.T.THOMASLUMBER and shelves in the door distinctive 3-way door handle life built in qulilt ll?
IIP .'51UR Pkeae IX: Klarkr. Pie Mr. and Mrs. Bob Halslon( and .Long Westinghouse

I.OHT-llrown. Wallet. If found no.tlfv Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hal lop and --

)' l .HAf.K beautiful-'Hoxer red female fiiun ,rhMiiiplonMood I, n'n.nld. Mt'rk.Jame Kin. daughter }Csy. were shopping In CO. ... -

line -Mra. W It Trrrv, pTIVY Jacksonville Tuesday. Other. visitors (
lutnam Hall phime K.".."". 3911 TOT Nt'IMl'llV-lnfants an.email .. to Jacksonville PHONE 211-J
during the
It children P. O. Box, 735
u apeclulty fur SELECT YOUR
for bv hour, day or week NIc. week were. Marcus Conner Mrs FREE GIFT
PAHTI'RR a O."tOIoN, SI.P4'D fof nelvhhorhood rlwht In town. MreM H, B. Kelly and son, :Mack and STARKE FLA.
fall pl..nlln.Whit. Iliil.-h Olover ...,.
C.neeelg' HabIt.. SoutMaml, .seed r TO9 Infuvetfi lip Mrs. J. R. Kelly and son. Rodger.
"nt., II". (trace Kin Him'k Rye.Me -
CJARXCIK Sorry to hear -
BI-NflAI-OW FOil ItF.STI about William
carry full line rertlllaera ainsecticlde.tl. ".."...nm.. modern tile I Imrh -- from one of th fine
I.. BrownlioFOR ...
524' central' heatlnir. air "ol -d. Kvirvthlnv ti ? 1.
'""nl.h." except Itnena l.lvUK .
Mll.K! .-One ".Innl holm trail ( room dinette, kitchen panlrverv Every Branch of
Aluminum tied lame rl.,...... Anplv (C'olon
r. ,..rrl."v.Kiiulppedwith .. et.* tel l Fiori.-,. Nona .lit. ... rhoue IIX. Westinghouse Appliances

.a.. ]. T Cill.li-y lit Pavle. II
"HKl.t.' OR 8\VAP irnod. tarn
wlrh pasture fencee, corn .
... cronplow
II'TII"" I'Tt11\ Hwanmin'a homemade
......k I.... Muet, know .Htarkeillntrlrt tocttlded toola.('heap.nn.I centle mule' all
One mile MAitthfpirke
\ have panel truck. and I
1>v IVre-v railroad &'..
t mull amount of capital! This laM V,.,,... Warren Htarke. frn a'IfWilt. H. C. W.stiltghOVN
o.i propfieltlnn I f >r n live wire I We.ti"ho.. ADJUST-O-MATIC W.stInghoUUb
Writ IIAm.KV: RVKIVil: (11., .
OMIK for ( hll" In ,
'ice :A.C Rohlnflon Av... Orlnndo ... bv week, dav nr boor Mre POP-UP TOASTER WAFFLE BAKER MIXE1
Fin or phone 3-71SI Itelween R It. R Vund"rf. PLEASE PHONE 116 FOOD
car fnrlntlan nridKOR
and3l O. It ....... 5.. Phone t1!.I I ,.. WItk axcltulv Pualt-TTp fc... Hug grid (It at;. Inch*) ItI#

.. Constant Service Over tura that ruwa' small slices .bakes. 4 generous seCTPowerpluS t 0 teal
( :STIIALI.V MH-ATRII mnrv. S. RPNT" -KollF room hot. > with SO Years
apartment' houe Nnd vacant lot two !,,..,. n rrhe. I 14 m><... .lit aa ttre. tncb....ito mar thg*. Grids arc pretreated aruI juice eo P1ucl1 //
adjoining, ...r (Clark and Jark- M niieillna' Road lnn""' no sticking. Automatic l I. portable.
.on .Hta.. lirhlnd Klmt llnprintfhnrch VIItin. Sitco. It.. mtfflMf. tout with a fork heat control gives you Miner unit r-'
Now ..nC..., linn vearlvJ to clean n.-
o* burning waffle
t I.. F....... Inn R Liberty XI.He Fort n".I.-'I.h.d hll. hi... finder Pop up as you select. Include > ""
Norfolk Vn 4t Pill porch. tmth. bedroom II..... nntlttir perfect tout every Urn a* light to gokUn brown. oiling.
I1. per m-'nh. mi :y.-.h ]yoc aalexit. Signal light tells when. to mixing bowls.
.'Olt I.f--TwI1: tipttrrwin ho,,,. I'hiir.'b Ht near factory ItnTOR __ pour batter when. to remove -
with hath houi wired for eleot j PORTRAIT STUDIO -e. waffles.
,. MOVM tile drain hoard Venetian RKVT-Kurnlehed modern fi.urrnom '

"lIn.Id...." well electrta house.....and hath on l.ak _.
Winter If 97 IMofin. ii ---
.. Itp ,
pump Will tf with or without I Hallmark -
Move. and ...rrl.......,. T srealcnI. KOR Greeting Cards
S s'r.s. 1..1 for ...lilttlon srp-vnin Jeraev mll.h.
....... ** .i-ow F "*. Mod ea, Fit *. Ro. Hi I
fenced and I
yard .r. "..h.. rtn, ttnKOR Ii BUY NO.VrjfT.AtNov:
Kilte Mouth of "'.rk.. Joel. offKeystone WeddlugI a." 'a..ne Reduced Terms!
Illchwav' lice wn'rfr .F.-I vesieM. aut.io-pI" ,- I ('.._.......
iher Infnrnwtlon. B f Tee.lo'
Miivtae; w..hl" machine' P'4- ............. / / rll. .
tie.I client ... .. 0 Trade in old refrigerator down t;
ndltlon. "I. I your as payment. or br : ;
W.i,5., $39.00 don't
contnct, l .rey a Corner. rlamut.,n pay rn cash I If you '
>r'it.. ?.,, .. ... I "
ol'Pit'rlt'ryTIIe 1.! ? )? ,, down
? II payment a small will hold
.II.p deP.Q'it
>: i'S oil, o>MPNr I. i-on- PIaa". your gift foryou. Come
'tritrtlnv.. itB ", ,,"..rn .-"... ...rvleeI' "OR wrvTOne .room h."... I ...... rI.i.Ci.5 ,.I')' in today -
>. "l .n on ii _ni at Htark Kin nl .nty of room fop chl.kMnir ani.nr4n I Yrstia. '
Av ..llhl for lenee. on its com- .. 0". m". ,'nm ......... .
p1.! u. t.. ,, I
.- t' inuKh trn1tiln. with 10.1 W. ('aU !II. .
SIrke. 91 .
a fi *
i .II"n manaiRem .. Phnii 2110J
at >
n t.pPour '
n r"a with -
'i .>*...-"-, I"uuh-i *. ... ,,
.1. :.1 .1 U lon. ,,.n'ail'| II ..m.i.......1..n tune. .,. .I.."bedroom'..n..... f.ith..1 I Roscoe Bullington
."It", (mum Investment .f fr >n' n h 1..1 ant "f *. ... Photographer & Owner C. H.
'''.11 In' '" ,
Ann > td K'"v I Iv t.ii r .1 r d Driggers Furniture CO.CALL
nl'I'1.. FU.'I I' n. It",* It. 7JJ" Ie ..n It I e Bradford,e ..0'kUN Toiinty. .Telea-raph-,,u o. r.. al.1I 1 j1IIfl .


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