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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Ldoos moved to Winkler recovered a Palatka fumble -n- NUMBER ThIRTEEN:
ntIi:, FLORIO"ItH)."'. oc.'on..n IS l9i ,
Light ( Galnea-I) on the visitor's one yard line VOLUME SI\'E.'TY-TlIREE _'- I
"I .
--
town Johns came Into the and
of game
I )They Ut took on a classy I I'f ran It over center for the score Juvenile Board Close To 1,000Visit'Big

qjge eleven that rolled Ed Parker's try for the extra Methodists Will Dedicate New Church I

her of Jacksonville marker was good and the score .
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night 120.meat was again tied, 7-7. ..
1\'t'iI\ iy should nave been a Palatka scored their second -p-- '- 'I Presents Names Dad

''dJ( touchdown Sunday morning. October 14,!I subject "The Living Church". .
as the Oalnea1 early In the fourth I
IIJ the way the Methodists of Starke will entire i
con Following the service the
to have one quarter as they advanced the ball II 1
1 reputed gregate together to celebrate the Is Invited to remain. '
congregation '
charging lines for a steadily down the field with a For Counselor On Opening Day
-Spit official opening of their new I for the "Basket Dinner" which "L.1
And series of end
It, size In the state. sweeping runs and I ,'
ot, Sanctuary: and Educational Build- will be enjoyed on the church 1L "
Matthews : .
will up on passed to Willis whc '
JJ be pretty I Ing which; has just been crowd is ,
completed A record expected
grounds. ,
squad, as they had two1 was tackled on the BHS one yard I The Juvenile Merit Board received Chose to a thousand visitors filed
at an
approximate coat of over for this service.
last line. Matthews through the Big Dad ManufacturI''
in the stands carried for the I three written application
_
live $flp.OQO. and valued at well over
ht scouting the Starkeflash. score on the next play on a Continuing the official opening! I for Counselor of the Juvenile ing company' new work clothe ,'
$100,000.
The church la
The final scoreslfewn quarterback sneak, Miller ran his of buff-faced new brick constructed -, ceremonies there will be a musical ,Court during the regular, meetingof plant here fast Friday as the Industry -

at press time. right end trying for the extra but I Colonial style of architecture.on a' program presented at the Sunday the Children's Committee Monday threw open Its doors for

Rhrnadoes. dropped their failed to make It. I The new oak and pulpit evening service, at 7:30: p.m. All n and moved to present the the first public Inspection since '

1 i of the season last Fri The Palatka team made Uieli I furniture were Installed pews this weekto three choirs will sing at the evening names to Juvenile Judge K.! K. It went Into production last July.

as their Injury-ridden third and last touchdown later In complete the furnishings for service and there will be Ferryman from which he Is to Beautiful baskets of flowers

riled to cope with two the fourth quarter when Claude the Sanctuary, which will have a other special: music. During this choose on. to see,'.. from well wishers In Florida and

ling Palatka half-backs, Harper took a pltchout on the BHS seating. capactlty of over 450. Anew service the new organ and the The Merit Board acted on the other states lined the lofiby of the

arper and Douglas Mll- 33 yard line'and ran his left end Wurhtzer Organ with Echo three choirs will be consecrated by applications,' even after It wasannounced building as groups formed to betaken
final whistle all the to the goal line. Mat the The for this the
,sore at the way Cabinet has been Installed. pastor. offering that H. V. Knight had through plant. Fortycases
pot of the visitors, 19-7. thews attempted to pass for the service will go Into Ute Orgtn been appointed Counselor because of Coca-Cola (almost 1,000

saw both teams go to extra point but It was no good. The new, modern Educational: Fund which Is being sponsored l by they received a different Inter bottles were served. by the Stark

dive locker rooma with Starke won the toss and electedto Building has two stories contain- I lie Senior Choir. pretation of the law Judge Chamber of Commerce. Attractive .

Lm having scored. How.SflreworkS' receive. Teston received Har- ing 22 rooms, including room. During the week. October 15-19 ."., '- Ferryman had previously appointed souvenirs were presented to'
began, }In the pet's kickoff on hU 20 aud advanced for all the Sunday School classes.Pastors Knight and he had been approved each visitor. upon leaving the
services will held each
>ter when Palatka broke;I| It 10 yards to his 30 yard office and Church School special be by the Board of County Commissioners bundl" /.
lens tie with the first line where It was first and 10 office, a choir room and restrooms evening with a former pastorpreacJiing _...,....: % _.111. ---- --- I for the pout after Knight The largest crowds formed at

i of the night. Thomat I I BHS. Douglas picked up almost for men and women. The and a local pastor ofanother i I ('()LO?', '.U, STItCCTl'KE' of buff brli-k l I" handsome new home. of offered to serve. without pay du* noon and at 4:30 p.m. when 55

Miller, who gathered It I 110 yards off left tackle but Tes- educational building ties Into the denomination brillclR"I I Klrnt HVtht.. Ut* In 8. rke. 'to the County's financial position pain of work pants and dungarees
41 yard line and'[ fumbled on the next play and old recreation hall and kitchen greetings. Monday. door .
own I Powill ---- The three persons recommendedby Wetgiven away as prizes.D.
half-stumbling and half, Palatka recovered. which is all that remains of the at 7:30: p.m. Rev. O. C. II on FrUldV Averting with sermon small log building constructed In the Board Included Mrs. Bessie, 8. Slceloff, president of the
of Wales Methodist
the Lake
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hrough the entire Tor,11 -I I Harper went off his left side of old church plant. pastor Church will with Rev. by Rev, B. ).{. Montgomery pastor I I 1H63 on North Church Street, at I Burns, H. V. Height and Mrs. W. \Slcetoff! Manufacturing Co. of

for 09 yards and six'1 the line to the Tornado 22 and The new Sanctuary and Educational Lw D. Halnes bringing preach greetings' of lit, first Methodist ChurchIn the location of the present parsonage R. Morse. I Lexington N. C. and the Big Dad]

Carper ran wide to his Miller went off tbo right side of Building has an air circulating from the First Church of Br "l..1tn<\. Following the services At that .tIme Starke was a Alex Yawn local attorney, was Co. of Starke expressed his gratification

I for the extra point. I I the line for a first down but It system'for' use during Starke. Tuesday Baptist, October 16, the I eI'.A evening the Sanctuaryand pioneer settlement sin years old. on hand. at the meeting to Interpret at the Interest shown by

I bounced back to even was'called: back because his team- the summer and a hot air heating speaker will be Rev. W. J. Church-i En.,csilonul Building will be Services! were held Irregularly.In and explain the act which the public In the plant. He asaure-t

shortly afterward as Continued to page 81ley ) system for use during the winter. well, pastor of the Main Street' open tf>f vlcltora to see. Refreshments 1886 a frame church was builton went Into effect October I. Yawnpolnt..d the visitors that he was wellpleased

All former pastors members. Methodist Church In Jacksonville' \-ll( tie> served by the ladies, North, Palmetto Street. The to a section of the law with the factory here aol
of the fy S. C, S. and the Wesleyan land and lumber were given by stating that the Counselor anti I looked forward
I and friends are invited to attend and Rev. Fred Yerkes. of the J3t. to many more
Service Outld: during a social timetngethe Simon J. Temple a trustee of .
Phone Call Miscues Crowd the official opening of the new Mark's Episcopal Church will bring I assistant counselors must.. be appointed I years' of successful operation andpossible
church this Sunday'morning1 at greetings Wednesday evening.Rev. in the\ Recreation Hall church: who was operating th"l ( by the Juvenile JudK.1tmm I expansion.

11 o'clock. Special music will be J. R. Hill of Dunellon 'will followlt\f( rech service. A cordial I large sawmill just north of a list of three applicants i

Of Screen Personagessmall furnished by Mr. E. K. Perryman, preach and Rev. I* O. Hemingwaywill Invitation% extended to Under the leadership of the late recommended. by .the Merit Board

Church Organist, the Senior and bring greetings from the Air of all opiirrhnft, ,arid .rnembPr.1 I Rev. M. H. Outland the church, .The Merit Board consists of the I' School Lunch Fee

Youth Choirs, and the Children'sChoir Park Baptist Church. Thursday/ I community to attend purchased the present site In members of the Children's Comrnlttee ,,

crowd remained speeches. I which Is directed by Mrs.J. evening the guest preacher will ices. 1906 the frame building was mov..dt j the Superintendent of the .

y afternoon around the: With Chandler acting as spokesman R. Wainwright. Mrs. L. A.Dnvls. be Rev. Frank Robinson Jr. of Sundi','", October 14, will also; to lu present location. Col., Board of Public, Instruction! County May Take Rise

ouie square when the I for the group the Mayor Chairman of the Building Uraatllla with greetings by Rev mark t ln\ 8/111\/ anniversary of the I I C. L. Peek and son, Carlyle matte| Board of Visitors, a county

group which Included I presented. him with a golden "Key I Committee will make a report for Homer Swlndall pastor of't, of the Methodist I the first atone blocks ever manufactured .I commissioner and the Director of

rs and a writer finallytwo to the City", which Chandler accepted Ihe committee. The Rev. Thomas Starke Christian Church. The Church lit Starke, ?. The first i In Slsrke to veneer the County Health Unit. I| School lunches In Bradford

with an expression of grat Ci. Mitchell, will preach on the week's services will be concluded\ Mf'lhOlII'1 Church building was a (Continued to page 8)) .th.1 Chairman of the committee: 8. County may soon be raised to 20,
[ to three o'clock aJwd itude. Afterwards, Bill Graham ----- ../"-- ------- --------- E. SI' rk.. called for a report by cents for awhile H. P. Morgan,

| BHS band play but 9 Commerce, presented the group, Scouts To Collect Joseph Beaver Recaptured At Dalton, Ga. ; El Rancho Motel on the Orals I and Lake City Juve. said this week. Instruction -

MInCe Klephone call": with a large plastic strawberryas ( Was First Man To Break Out Of New Jail nile meetings they had attended Morgan explained that the

officials that the group a remembrance of their visit 1111 members of the committee. Th Federal Government haa failed to

Middleburg and wouldn't to what he termed "the city that October 27Th. Joseph Beaver the 36 year,'oil? BeaVI escaped when" the wif? Changes HandsSale meetings were called for the pur. I provide as much money per mealas

hark* before five o'clock, grows the sweetest strawberries Scrap musician who won the distinction: of the jMtar( unfamiliar with the, pose of explaining the act and just they .did last year and unless

was evidently a prank this side of heaven." of being the first man to breakout new mcrha.ntsm controlling: thc how It was meant to be used the counties have a surplus with

Bmlschlevoua boys and as The entire program was under local'Boy,Scout, troop will of the new Bradford County locks OK duOrs to the cell block' of the El Rancho MOtclon which to replace the loss It can
few people were on Jail was recaptured last week failed t0 lock Be.v,r', cell securely
Jwry highway ..101: Funeral only be made
the supervision of I. O. Harris collect scrap again Saturday north of Starke Sunday up by charging:
.n .the group drove up according to a statement bygth allo"'Ithe,' prisoner access tlh < highlighted the at least until
October 27, according to a stateMont property .transfers more the lunchrooms -
manager of the Florida Theatre Sheriffs office. \ ll coi bin I this week by Cecil Sewell. i >| made In Bradford County this : make up the losses
Included actor and constituted: a part of the Beaver, the brother of Clmnlf" mesh soften from ...second story" week. month
croup Scoutmaster. The 'announcement Ray Strong former owner Last only one lunch
Q8h a, a5rea.e, O'n-_ "Movie Time U. .S. A." .Which saw I came After the.boys collected near. Beaver' who w..llegedly.'I\.r.;. window And jumped. the ,roundImm"'lat.'y of the court ,Announced Us sale Funeral' services. were"' held last room In the county, 'lost jrepey.Morgan .
Sunday afternoon 3:3T'
de U and burned In autoronMtt after the at ( orkwk '
escapethe
lumont and Constance 138 different Hollywood group ly 900) pound, of scrap on their r!! an to Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Scholl of said, o they're going to
here months > Rh tfr' office contacted the In the Starke Christian Church
a few ago, was op ( "
|nd screen writer Don tour,the country this week visiting. Initial drtVe List Saturday. Harrisburg, "Pa. for I try to get! by again this month
prehended In Dalton, Ga., his Dalton T'olli-e" Department and Cyril Gone Manlre 49 who
all of whom made short small towns all over the nation. Sewell again asked people with Mr. Scholl was formerly In the died of without raisIng prices and see If
hometown. He had escaped from sent a description\ of Beaver, asklng a heart attack In his Center -
scrap iron no matter how little, construction business In Pennsylvania they ran come out even. If th..Y'can't. '
I the Bradford Jail fin Sunday > th61' to pick him up; IIhotllc'he Street home last Friday night I
Clerk And Mayor to call in and report it BO that but In the future will actively the lunches will probably be
uperintendentenite
morning March 18. retell JI II'" e. It took quite Rev Homer Swlndnll officiatedand I'
they might; Collect i it on the next be engaged |In. the management of raised<< In November.
Mine Give Auburndale At present he is fighting extradition awhile but Beaver evidently !Interment was In the Hampton
; I round. Those with scrap may call the motel. Accompanying him to| I
and it is not known figured tjm\ heat was off" ani? Cemetery.
On Sewell at 95 or E. T. Shull at 47. Starke were his wife; three daughters -'
Transferred Tips FinancingMayor I I Si-well listed those who have already whether he will be back In Florida he flnnlly t turned home last Adele Joan and Joyce; and Mr. Manlre was' a life-long1 resident Property Transfers
lit time for the November term of week. rllc\en; | were on hand nf Bradford 'ounty having/
I Welchel Jr. a' Pennsylrn J. R. Walnwrlght and, their called Iron In and as given Mrs. Annie away the Circuit Court or not He i< howeve.., to pick him up and he"now his Lowell.mothcr-ln-lHW Mrs. Ethel!: been born In Hampton and living/ I Among the property transfers

mining engineer. haser City Clerk Carl Johns attendeda I scrap still wanted In this county on r "itiisT| In the Dalton City there until 1939 when he movedto recorded this week was the sal,
as superintendent atpl mace, meeting of the citizens of I Wood. E. T. Shull. Miss Kate One warrants charging him with for. 1 il Jail awaltln, : thi outcome of the The Scholls took possession of Starke.' He was a barber and of three lots In Reno by !Mr. and

I Ridge limentte mine Anburndnle! last Monday afternoonat I Smith Mrs. Ruby Johns I Kery. 'rRo1ltl/n fight. the court Monday He also announced practiced his trade In both Hamp Mrs. D. K. Knight to Mary 1..

replacing C. R. Hager the Invitation of the Auburn- Wiggins, J. T. Kirkland and --- the construction ofa ton and Starke for many years. Tate. Amount of the sale was
Council. II George Kopeloultos.I new eight-room home which will
dale
|been recalled to DuPont'sfices City $500.
Survivors besides his wife
( In Wilmington. ..Del.I Auburndale, finding Itself 'In Pulpwood Producers New Truck Terminal be built next to the court for his Freda Cloversettle Manlre, Includeone Mr. Miss Sarah Brugger recentlysold

I joined the Humphrey's poor financial condition, asked the I Rites ThursdayFor Guests Of ContainerAt Opel\ d On U. S. 301. the family tourist|In the ranch type style of daughter, Marjorie Manlre her property In Hampton Parkto

Corporation organization Starke city officials to be on hand E. Lennon court Itself Strong, Starke; two brother Earl LManlre Peter. N. Landlne for S1.SOO.
t March inJ before at- and explain the City's financial Big Barbecue By R, T. ThomasThe : the former oWner, said he and Starke. and Thomas H. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. fowling

duties here had worked structure particularly the power! In Baptist Church Mrs. Strong have rented a cottageat Manlre, Miami; and one sister sold a lot In Dowllng's subdivision
other mining Florida I Approximately 100 Independent rsiicl l opening of UM Klngsley Lake for the month of
f company's plant. Among the other Mrs. Mae Brannen. to Mr. and Mrs. Broward Akrldgefor
died his pulpwood producers were on hand Thoma""ru\ <'k Terminal on Highway October. but their plans Indefinite .
ear Jacksonville. PriorI towns represented, all with a ;, Ezra Lennon 79. at are The' Elders: of the Starke Chris $1,500.
I Humphreys he was em- sound financial foundation were! :, home here Tuesday night after Wednesday at the Container 30l south of Stark. has been after that. tlan Church served
,. the Davison Chemical Ocala. Lakeland and Tampa. I I being in failing health for some Corporation of America tree farm .ihedul ,<) for tomorrow, accordingto O. T. Newsome Mold his home and as pall bearers
lion of time. east of Brooker, fore barbecue a st".lIt till week by B. T. I and 16 acres to Mr. and Mr. R. B. arrangements were In chargeof Charges Filed: Against
as Superintendent
Johns said they explained how I DeWitt C. Jones, Funeral home.Pi'c .
C., The meeting was held on the Thoman, owner. Snyder east of Stirke John
a In their phosphate Starke became tax-free: from start I A native of Bladenboro, N. this week (Chicken) Wilson
Bartow.I finish and that he and the he moved to Slarke 18 years ago to Mr. and Mrs. Jones, I a graduate of Penn I Mayor felt highly honored at be. I from Green Cove Spring. He was Tyler supervisor comp Johns sold a John (Chicken) Wilson, negro
by trade. of the container corporation' necessitisi! |< and accessories but lot li. Slarke Heights to Mr. and Off'To who
Pnlversity In the class of ing asked to attend the meeting. a carpenter Newfoundland was critically Injured after
I' With four old specIaliit i In truck servicing. With M ('hat lie '
Mng Mr. Lennon was a member of properties there. ra. Co-vnn recently. Irylng to kill George Frazier alsoa
secured his
degreengireering.
He has since Get I the Baptist Church and of the barbecuers at work, 127 pound, Pine F fitt Restaurant also Opening Amount of the sale was $700. Pfc Wllllnnr A. Andrews of negro, has been charged with
Brooker To Board of Deacons. He was also of chicken and 6O pounds of ribs tourlt and truckers may stop Mr. and Mr. Vic Frees recentlypurchssed "uasmilt with
Starke has been Intent to commitmurder"
ptten a thesis asulgned to
PilI"p..rrf'1l -
on phos-
I were cooked and eaten by the trre and eat Willie having their car a lot from '
Mason. Guy AndrewsIn
More Street Lights I a I the
Air Force sheriffs office
jlilng! and secured a mining Base as a radio : revealed -
all Florida or trurHs lI"r'.I'.I1.l all at one time
Surviving are his widow Mrs. farmers from over the Plnehurst! subdivision for mechanic. this week.
F I
degree. After
wu gradu-| At Its meeting last week the 1 I Elvia N. Lennon; two daughters, and South Georgia.In Thomas. *a.ldManagltift 1. ISOO.') Located Wilson Is still In the Gainesville

and employed by Carey I Brooker Town Council voted tf | Mrs. E. C. Tomlinson and Mrs.Nelson a pre.luncheon address, Sea the restaurant Is T. R. and Jeanette Young sold adjacent to St. John'*, hospital! and Just when he
I historic will be
Kennedy
ors, In their excavating Install seven additional street I I Bronsteln of Jacksonville; man Hudson, manager of the John ai-|| '''h'I
i te mine. open pit I lights on the two streets pnrallellng 1 three sons Charles. D. Lennon corporation's pulpwood depart wtj/i, ..,aId the restaurant will to Mr. and Mrs. A. J If.Pepperrell la headquarters for the dition Is much better con
I' Highway 18! The towni i Leesburg; Luther J. Lennon Jacksonville ment welcomed guests and:! explained remain tflvfu 24 hour a day the Thomas Jr. for $100. S. Northeast Command and its authorities hospital

-d the Navy In 1943 an4 now has three lights on order ; and Harold K. Lennon how Important the independent same alt the service station and sir component, the Northeast Air Wilson attacked say.

I'\ .a Lieutenant until 1941' niil with the seven already in- I'I Starke; a sister, Mrs. Amanda growers were to the com-: serve .h<"-t orders and dinners. In Winkler LeavesOn Command. morning. September Frazier 11, .Sunday. "ra-
} as discharged and joined I etnlleI lk that will make a total oft : Hugfrlns Ellzabethtown. N. C.. a pnny. He said they were not lobe the dlnlnn tnont or via curb serv Pvt Andrew., son of Mrs. Thel- zler
was
ilrm. I 7 lights. I| brother Dennis Lennon of Deland, i considered as guests for they ice. D l/i Thomas\ has been name'j Hotpoint Trip ma Dyal of Stark-, Is married<< to Farmer's walking by the State
-I Market
s living: at the Key. and four grandchildren. were as Integral a part of the manager of the station. the former Marian Rafune, alsci"f the barber on hla way to

J", \1| present but Is making Recent Birth I Funeral services were held other R. A. Winkler, torn! Holpolnt Stark. After graduating from shop. He threatenedat
he em
IT company as or any first to cut him with
I\'e his a knife
wife and two
I Thursday morning at 11 o'clock Fire Prevention appliance dealer left yesterday Bradford High School he entered and
ra It, a private home as I :Mr. and Mrs Charles J. In the First Baptist Church with ployee. morning by plane to begin the the Air Force l I""s.. year and completed later started to shoot Frazier

h' rinds suitable accom- Vrecenak of 44 Fiftieth St. West the pastor Rev. L. D. Halnes. officiating I I Als0>on the morning's program Stre. d This WeekThe "Chicago Vacation Trip. he recently hU( technical training ai with that! a pistol: but In the scuffle

'II, A number of Starke) New York N. J. announce the Pallbearers were members -[ was a movie most of which wasi won because of an outstanding Scott Air Force Base, Ill His the followed' Wilson was shot In

'dfnrd County resident i birth of a son Joseph, on Sept. 26. of the Men's Bible Class and i I filmed rtJht.on. the Brooker farm. SrUe( ) Chamber of Commerce sales and promotion aew station at Pepperrell will be Bond neck with his own gun.
bly remember Welchel's! After November 1 they will re- the deacons of the church served hA* entered tile National his first overseas assignment I was set at $200 by County
The picture,. which will be loanedto record.He Judge E. K. Ferryman.
e. C Welchel Sr. whore | lce at 14 Miller Court Clifton.i a* honorary pallbearer. Interment fnl..r.Cttt, Fire' Waste. Contest was scheduled! to join othel

quite often. | J.KIT was In Crosby Lake Cemetery civic clubs: and schools, deal. currently "being' Inaugurated Hotpoint dealers In the south In

IN. .--- under the direction of Key- with the production of pulpwoodfrom hv the Insurance: Department of' Atlanta and the entire group Is tr Fire Prevention Week Proclaimed 1

McCabe Funeral Home. the planting of a seedling to the Chs.,0b!! of commerce of the proceed to Chicago' by train. In
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KITTY! KITTY! United f tftt** and the National Chicago the group will be con
manufacturing the finished
paper.
Fire Waft Council I ducted on a tour of the Hotpoint I I Citizens of Stark. are called are 28 death.)
Fire Destroys The mill scenes were made In the by fire. 700 home
( The Ct/Ul M on a yearly basis plant and see just how the appliances upon by Mayor J. R. Wainwright fires, 139 store fires 80

: Sausage Plant company's Fernandina plant which with th. secretary of each local they have been sellingare to take an active part In the na fires, 9 church, fires. 8 school: factory fires
? accounts for the film being named 1 i made. tion's observance. of Fire Preven-
In and 3
of
At BrookerFire Chambet Commerce;: filling hospital fires. On farms,
I Thtl1'0111' I. scheduledto l I"av., tion Week, October 7-13.
8'ernsndina"Demunstratton
detailed f..c destroyed -' of half-track I Saturday bv train, for the return The mayor drew attention to annually and
of unknown origin a destroy about $10O-,
of the :VMr f>n fire damage, protection -
trip, but WInkler President
Is Truman's
t I planning tc proclamationsetting 000.000
a sausage packing plant, tractor wa made before lund worth of prOperty7"Therefore
#tid educational activities stay an extra day and aside' the week for annual
owped by O. W. Barry and ad- visit tilt as Mayor of Starke
with the
I tractor pulling a plowI conduct**! io Itla) lfttrlrt.| Zenith observances."President. I
jacent to his home In Brooker.about Radio and Television plant earnestly request every citizen
3 a rn. Thursday' Oct. 4. I which heretofore has been pulled Chambsps (ire graded annuallyon He will fly back Sunday and "bt Truman" said the and every organization to heed

The flames were discovered: bya altogether by full-track tractor.: the 'lowing, basis: actual accompUi home by the time mayor, "has appealed to the n'-- the President'! appeal and to unite
they tlon
neighbor Mrs.' Lottie F.dw.rda. The main advantage In the halftrack !" ,,|*\.nl.. I In. reducing fireloss way." are any. galnst to destructive safeguard its resources a- their efforts under the' 'tostdenrtirp'of
who awakened the Harrys and! fires He stressed the fire departmen
I company officials explained. \ educational' chamberof
emergency
aroused the community by ringIng requirement commerce: and other agencies:
the fire bell. Fire Chief VictorI U Uiat maintenance costs are actlvttle j, 30 percent: and permanent Lt. liters Draws that we conserve: manpower In Inspecting alt properties and

I Jones and members of the Volunteer :i lower It Is more easily moved IRifPNrvement In 'protectionand New Assignment productive facilities and material. premises so that fire hazards may

Fire Department responded from one place to another and It eofl5fPuttoii. 30 percent. resources: urging all of us to do be promptly detected and ellml-

I Immediately, but by that time the' will handle substantially the same Jack >f *...l lk Is serving &. chairman 1st Lt. Robert M. Hlers of our strong part by to make the United States. nated. Furthermore I call upon
consumed the accepting Individual
flames had almost responsibility our people to
load. of tfa IT.I rommltue whose Brooker has been assigned .. acquaint themSelves -
--_ r_" __ '_ building so their efforts were In a year-round campaign with all circumstances
_ ''h.' Mr. Baseball was brought Into the member Include C. W. Plckett, Courts Boards Officer with the against .." and
\ "w* ame hunting" tan't' done In Africa. _a. v.ltne this) largely confined to protecting 8th Division's Specialist preventable fir. steps that should be taken when

"""lee* bagged l reronlly by MeUIn !McKlnney la the Hlng...lei ', Barry's residence which escaped picture also as a !sound trees; H. A. BINnp Jf.. C!. 8. Partin and Regiment,. Fort Jackson. 8.Training C. "According to statistics provided situations that are likely to cause:

I';: iTho*. tlC..ln| i Afrlrsk might .b.. S little larger, but could without damage.Mr. pulled In at lunchtime to bring I. O H.SK. A graduate of Gainesville high protection by national authorities fire prevention .nd the outbreak of fire and with the

_ _I I. ."...r. \1..1.| ... th.,, ?,,? ferIMHouI. ,,11._ The dOlC'l lumPedNil.eat. ajul I and the. Barry content: valued at the SI.OOO building with the play by play description cf Friday' October" 12 (. scheduled school and the University of Flor lo.OOO Americans die ,needlessly each year In steps fire that "should be taken when

ht.UIIC! arrlvr.1 on ibfl the World\ Series game ao all ae city 'Iron-up and fire ida. Lt fliers 1s now employed fires occur.
him incommunicado usiUI Mrfvlo Insurance coverage: ", amounting: to protection and:! more than twice that | Helpful
the. could: "e.r.I as.of flee: manager with Tung OU number information concertos
'anntat. OOO. q/y |0 Starke. are severely burned
en* of drcnlaUoe U, I or i flre prevention be
I Products Ice of Brooker. disfigured for may obtained
r ..... life. Every day there from Fire Chief c W. Plckett.RNADOES .



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I Official COlllltu I'ublicalio/l Established In 1819 Ii


Winkler recovered a Palatka fumble NUMBEJI TIIIUTEEN

1(1docs( moved( ,to Galnel-I) I on the visitor's one yard line I VOLtJME SEYTIlIU.I: !: MTtRKId. I"l.oR1U i'ltUY Oe'TORF.R. It 19.11 -.------- J j f '
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of town Johns came Into the game and

|JUt They took on a classy I I ran It over center for the score, Juvenile Board Close To 1,000

...e eleven that rolled Ed Parkers try for the extra Methodists Will Dedicate New ChurchSunday
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of Jacksonville! marker was good and the score
cher
120. I was again tied. 7-7.
igy night '5 Presents Names VisitBig Dad
?have been Palatka scored their second
.,t should 81 touchdown morning. October 14, subject, "The Living Church' .
In the fourth
early
the Oalnesl -'
the way as the Methodists of Starke 'will con
l It Following the service the entire
l reputed to have one quarter as they advanced the ballsteadily gregate together to celebrate the Is remainfor
Invited
congregation to
lines for a down the field with a For Counselor On Opening Dayt
,.It charging official opening of their new the "Basket Dinner" which
state. And, series of sweeping end runs and .
the ,
In Sanctuary and Educational Build-
size will be enjoyed on the church) J
will\ up on I Matthews passed to Willis whc .
j I Ing which has
pretty
be just been completed
grounds. A record crowd Is expected
they had two was tackled on the BHS one yard I wNa: Th, Juvenile Merit Board received Clone to a thousand visitors filed
as at an
squad approximate coat of over for this .ervlc*. .- ,
the stands last line. Matthews carried for the I I three written applications through the Big Dad Manufacturing -
in $ ,
ves $90.000 and valued at well over 1 ''
ht scouting the Starke- score on the next play on a $100,000. The new church Is conJKtructed Continuing the official opening ., I I i for Counselor of the Juvenile Company's new work clothes

,. lash. The final score'wn quarterback sneak. Miller ran his of buff-faced brick on a ceremonies there will be a musical I I Court during the regular meeting: plant here taut Friday\ as the Industry '

at press' time. right end trying for the extra but I Colonial style of architecture.The .' program presented at the Sunday r- of the Chl1dr '. Committee Monday threw open its doors for '

nadoes dropped theirof failed to make It. new oak pews and pulpit evening service. at 7:30: p.m. All and moved to present the the first public inspection sinceIt

the season last rnas The Palatka team made their furniture were. Installed this weekto three choirs will sing at the evening names to Juvenile Judge EL. K. went into production last July.

their Injury-ridden third and last touchdown later In complete the furnishings for service and there will be ; Perryman from which he Is to Beautiful baskets of flowers
the fourth when Claude other music. this from well wishers in Florida and
special
lied to cope with two quarter the Sanctuary which will have During : choose on. to serrv.
'ling Palatka half-backs Harper took a pltchout on the BHS seating capactlty of over 450. A service the new organ and the' The Merit Board acted on the other states lined the lolSby of the

rper and Douglaa Mll- 33 yard line.and ran his left end new Wurlitzer Organ with Echo three choirs will be consecrated by applications even after It was. building as groups formed to be

,core at the final whistle all the way to the goal line. Matthews Cabinet has been Installed. the psstor. The offering for this announced that .... V. Knight had taken through the plant. Fort

,or of the visitors. 19-7. attempted to pass for the service will go Into the Organ r'tb Ikw been appointed Counselor because cases; of Coca-Cola (almost 1,000

saw both teams go to extra point but it was no good. The new, modern Educational Fund which is being sponsored by -5'' ; they received a different interpretation bottles) were served by the Starke _

rotlve locker rooms with Starke won the toss and electedto Building has two stories contain- the Senior Choir. of the law. Judge Chamber of Commerce. Attractive

im having scored. How- receive. Teston received Harper ing 22 rooms Including rooms During the week. October 19-19, -- Perryman had previously appointed souvenirs were presented to

Ireworks-. began. In the '* klokoff on his 20 and ad- for all the Sunday School classes.laator's special services will be held each Knight and he had been approved each visitor upon leaving the,
Palatka broke I vanced It 10 yards to his 30 yard office and Church Schooloffl..e. building.
'Ier when with former tui bv: the Board of County Commissioners -
evening a paatorpreIK'nlntr
the first line where it was first and 10 a choir room and restrooms I The crowds formed at
leas tie with and local of I-- for (the pont' after Knight largest _
of the night. Thomas j BHS. Douglas picked up almost for men and women. The another denomination a pastor bringing COLONIAL STIU'C'TI'RE: : of buff brick U. handHonw new. home of offered to serve without pay dir noon and at 4:30 p.m. when 55

Miller who gathered It 110 yards off left tackle but TeaI old educational building ties into the greetings. Monday. October ,tat \,| tint MethiMllntx In Starke.on I to the County's financial oosltlon point of work pants and dungarees _

own 41 yard line and|I ton fumbled on the next play and recreation hall and kitchen 7:30 Rev. G. C. Powell. The three persons recommendedby were given away as door prizes.

[half-stumbling and half I I Palatka recovered. which I. all, that remains of the pastor of p.m.the Lake Wales Methodist -) Krliluv( evening with a'sermon small log building constructed In the Board Included, Mrs. Bessie D. S. Slceloff. president of the

rough the entire Tor.I Harper went off his left aide of old church plant. Church will preach with ftAv.! i by Rev B. M. Montgomery paa I 1RA3 on North Church Street, at I Burns H. V. Knight and Mrs. W. SIcetoff Manufacturing Co. of

i for :59 yards and six I 1, the line to the Tornado 22 and The new Sanctuary and Educational L. D. Halnes bringing greetings tor of the First Methodist ChurchIn the location of the present parsonage R. Mom Lexington, N. C. and the Big Dad _

jarper ran wide to his Miller went off th* right side of Building has an air circulating from the First Baptist Church of I Bradenton. Following the services At that time Starke was a Alex Yawn local attorney was Co. of Starke, expressed his gratification _

for the extra point. I l the line for a first down but It. system for use during Starke. Tuesday October 16, the each evening the Sanctuary pioneer. settlement six years old. on hand at the meeting. to Interpret at the Interest shown by
back to even I,, was'caned back because his team- the summer a' hot air and Educational Building will be Services were held Irregularly.
bounced and heating speaker will be Rev. W. J. Church- and explain the act which the public In the plant. He assure.i _
hortly afterward as (Continued to page 8)) system for use during the winter. well. pastor of the Main Street open for visitors to see. Refreshment In. 1886 a frame church was builton went Into effect October 1. Yawn the visitors that he was well

All former pastors members I Methodist Church In Jacksonville ,* will be served by the ladles I North Palmetto Street The\ pointed to a .section of the law pleased with the factory here. ant

of the W. S. C. S. and the WealeyanService land and lumber were given by stating that the Counselor and looked forward to more _
and friends are Invited to attend and Rev. Fred Yerkea of the St. many
fey Phone Call Miscues Crowd the official opening of the new I Mark's Episcopal Church will bring Guild during a social time I[Simon J. Temple, a trustee of the assistant counselors ",uat. be appointed :yearly. of successful operation and

church this Sunday'morning at 1 /greetings. Wednesday evening together In the Recreation Hall church, who was operating a by the Juvenile Judgefrom possible expa nllion.School .
following each service. A cordial large sawmill north of town. (
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11 o'clock. Special music will be Rev. J. R. Hill of Dunellon 'will just a list of three applicant

Of Screen Personages furnished by Mrs. E. K. Ferryman preach and Rev. 1.. G. Hemingway Invitation Is extended to members Under the leadership of the latel recommended by the Merit Board
pearance i of all churches and friends of the Rev. M. H. Outland the church The Merit Board consists Lunch Fee
Church Organist, the Senior and will bring greetings from the AirPark I I I of the I
Youth Choirs and the Children'sChoir Baptist Church. Thur..y'evening '1 community to attend these service purchased the present sit*. In members of the Children's Committee ,

small crowd remained speeches. which Is directed by Mrs.J. the guest preacher willb *. 1908 the frame building was moved I II the Superintendent of the

afternoon around the1 I With Chandler acting as spokesman R. Wainwrlght. Mrs. L. A. .. Rev. Frank Robinson Jr. of'I Sunday, October 14, will also''I to its present location. Co!. Board of Public Instruction, Coun. May Take A Rise

square when the|I for the group the Mayor Davis, Chairman of the Building Umatllla with greetings by Rev. I I I mark the 88th anniversary of the r C. L. Peek and son, Carlyle made! ty Board of Visitors\ a county

group which Included I presented him with a golden "Key (Committee will make a report for Homer Swindall, pastor of' ,the I organization of the Methodist I the first stone blocks ever mann-:'I commissioner( and the Director of _

E> and a writer finally to the City". which Chandler accepted the committee. The Rev. Thomas Starke Christian Church. The'\ 'I Church In StArk., .,., The first factured In Starke to veneer the the County Health Unit. I School lunches In Bradford _

with an expression of grat O. Mitchell will preach on the week's services will\ be concluded Methodist Church building was a I (Continued to page 8)) Chairman of the committee S. County may soon be raised to 2.()
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to three o'clock a itude. Afterwards. Bill Graham --- Sparks called for a report by cents for awhile, H. P. Morgan.

d had gathered listen- 'I president of the Starke Chamber Mr. I..'" Green and Jack Trawlck I superintendent of Public Instruction -
At Dalton Ga.
BHS band play but !I.unce of Commerce presented the group Scouts To Collect / Joseph Beaver Recaptured ; El Rancho Motel on the Ocala and Lake City Juvenile said this week.

ulephone call" with a large plastic strawberryas Was First Man To Break Out Of New Jail n'..etlnga they had! attended Morgan explained that the _

[ that the group a remembrance of their visit nil members, of the committee. Th Federal Government has failed to

I Iddleburg and wouldn't I to what he termed "the city that October 27 Joseph Beaver, the 36 year'ole' Beaver escaped when the wlff Changes Hands meetings were called, for the purpose provide as much money per meal

before five o'clock. grows the sweetest strawberries Scrap musician who won the distinction: of the jailor, unfamiliar with the of explaining the act and just I as they did last year and unless

evidently a prankluchievoUs this side of heaven." of being the first man to break new mechanism controlling the how It was meant to be used the counties have a surplus with

l boys) and as I The entire program was under The local Boy Scout troop will out of the new Bradford County locks on doors to the cell block Sal of the El Rancho Motelon which to replace the loss' It can
[ few people were on Jail was recaptured last wtek! failed to lock Beaver's cell securely Funeral only be made
; the supervision of I. G. Harris collect scrap, again Saturday, highway .301 north of Stark. Sunday up by chargingmore
S i the group drove up October 27, according to a state according to a statement brA theSheriff's allowing the prisoner access tc highlighted the roperty.tran..- at least until the lunch
of the Florida Theatre For .
manager where he removed 8 Cyril Manire '
office. % I ho coirltlor,
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n I ment this/ week by Cecil Sewell fers made in Bradford County this rooms make up the losses.
nup Included actor and: constituted a pare of the Scoutmaster The announcement Beaver the brother of Cl,.udi, ; mesh screen from second stprj week. Ray Strong. former owner Last month only one lunch

I'@h..* Bl'Jre-!" O.ntt-.I "Movie Time" U. ,S. A.".*hlch .saw came after theboys collected near- Beaver' who ws...-'-allegedly irderud window and jumped to. the ground of the court .announced its sale Funeral services 'were' held last. room In the county lout .money

and Constance different Hollywood 900 and burned In tin automobile Immediately after. the escape to Mr. and Mrs. Suitdasl'tcrnooti af 1SOh o'clock Morgan said ''so they're, to
,,,38 groups ly pound*, of scrap on their C. L. Scholl of in the going
here a few months ago, was apprehended the Sheriff's office contacted the Stark Christian Church
Don try to get by this month
screen writer tour.the country this week visiting Initial drive !.tst Saturday. Harrisburg, Pa. again
and for Cyril Gone Manlro 49 who
hl ,
In Dalton, Ga., Dnlton Police, Department
[ all of whom made short small towns all over the nation. Sewell again asked people with Mr. Scholl was formerly In the died of without raising price. and see Ifthey
hometown. He had escaped from sent a description of Beaver askIng a heart attack In his Center
,
scrap iron, no matter how little, construction business In Ppnnsyl- I can come out even. If theyI
uperintendentenite Clerk And Mayor I to call In and report It so that the Bradford Jail on Sunday thorn to pick him up. shoulc'he vania but in the future will activelybe Street home last Friday night I I'can't. the lunches will probably berals..1.
Rev Homer Swlndult officiated
morning. March 18. return home. It took quit
they might collect it on the next engaged; In the management of In November.
Mine Give AuburndaleTips At present he Is fighting extradition awhile but Beaver evidently and Interment, was In the Hampton I i
round. Those the motel.
; I with scrap may call. Accompanying him to I I
Is known "h off" ant? Cemetery.Mr. .
and It
not figured the at was
Sewell at 95 or E. T. Shull at 47. Starke were his wife three
On FinancingMayor ; daughters / i Property Transfers
Transferred whether he will be back In FloridaIn he finally teturned home last' Manire was a \life-long resident _
Suvvell listed those who have already Adele, Joan and Joyce; and
ol week. Policemen were on hand I of Bradford County having;
time for the November term
Pennayltn J. R. Walnwrlght and called! in and given away hi. mother-in-law Mrs. Ethel: Among the property transfers
Wtichel Jr. a bi born In I
j the Circuit Court or not, He 1* however. to pick him up and bee cn Hampton and \living
hasrtr City Clerk Carl Johns attended: their scrap Iron aa Mrs. Annie Lowell. recorded this week was the sail _
mining engineer still wanted In this county on now resting In the Dalton City there until 1939 when he moved I ____
as superintendent at 1 n rnn.'s meeting of the citizens of Wood. E. T. Shull Miss Kate for' Jail awaiting the outcome of the The Srholln. took possession of I to 'Starke. He was a barber and of three lots In Reno by Mr. And _
him with
0! Ridge; limenlte mine Anburndflle last Monday! afternoonat Struth Mrs. Ruby Johns, Orle warrants charging I extradition /flltht.New the court Monday.. lie alitn announced ,' practiced his trade In both Hampton -' Mr. D. K. Knight to Mary I* _

replacing C. R. Hager, the Invitation of the Auburn- Wiggins, J. T. Kirkland and gery. the construction of oR I' and Starke for many years. Tnte. Amount of the sale was _

Sbten recalled to DuPont's dale City Council. George Kopelousoa. e new eight-room home which will 1 Survivor., besides his wife, Mrs $500.: _

fen In Wilmington. ,Del. Auburndale finding Itself 'In Pulpwood Producers Truck Terminal be built next to the court for his I I Freda( Cloversettle! Manire Include Miss Sarah Brugger recentlysold

I joined the Humphrey's poor financial condition asked the I Rites ThursdayFor Guests Of ContainerAt Opened On U. S. 301 family In the ranch type style of one daughter, Marjorie her property In Hampton Park

|orporatton organization! Starke city officials to be on hand I he tourist court' Itself. Strong, Stark.; two brothers to Peter. N. LAn<1lne for $1,500.Mr. .

March ,nJ before aIJclutien *- and explain the City's financial i E. LennonIn Big ,Barbecue By B. T. Thomas the former owner, said he and Manure, Stark, and M.ntre'j and Mr. E. J. Dowllng

here, had worked! structure particularly the power I| Baptist Church i \Mrs. Strong have rented a cottageat Manire, Miami; and one sister sold a I lot In Dowllng'a subdivision
I 100 Independent The grand opening of the Klngaley Lake for the month of to Mr. and
company's other mining plant. Among the other Florida! Approximately Mrs Mae Brannen. Mrs. Broward Akrldga
Var Jacksonville. Prioi towns represented all with n j Ezra Lennon 73 died at his i pulpwood producers were on hand Thomas Truck Terminal on Highway October, but their plans are Indefinite -! Tt1ft' \Elders :of the Starke Chris-I for $1.1100.'Charges.

J g: Humphreys, he was em- sound financial foundation. wer home here Tuesday night after: Wednesday at the Container 3ni south of Starke has been after that. I tlan Church served as pall bearers

: the Davlaon Chemical Ocala Lakeland and Tampa. I being In falling health for some! Corporation of America tree farm scheduled for tomorrow, accordingto O. T. Newsome Hold his homo and arrangements were In charge Filed Against
of east of Brooker, for a batbecue. a statement this week by B. T.I and 18 acre to Mr. and Mrs. R. B. ,
Jinn as Superintendent Johns said they explained how of DeWltt C. Jones Funeral Home.
I time.A held the Thomas owner. Snyder east of Sturke this week John (Chicken Wilson
Ir* In their phosphate Sfarke became tax-free from startto native of Bladenboro, N. C. The meeting was on )
he moved to Starke 18 grounds surrounding th* home of The new service renter features for $3,750.Mr. .
Bartow, finish and that he and the years ago Ptc. Wm. A. Andrews
a complete line of automobile and Mrs. Cm I Johns Hold John (Chicken
I l In a graduate of Penitclver.ity Mayor felt highly honored at be. I from Green Cove Springs. He wasa Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones supervisor a ) Wilson negro
the carpenter by trade. of the container corporation' necessities and accessories but lot lu Slarke Heights to Mr. find 011 To Newfoundland who was critically Injured after
In the class ofsecuied ing asked to attend meeting. j
\'Ing ,' Mr. Lennon was a member of properties there. With four old specializes In truck servicing. With Mrs. (Chart! Co'von recently. trying tt> kill George Frazier, alsoa

his degreehlflneerlng. I I' the Baptist Church and of the barbecuers at work, 127 pound, Pine Forest Restaurant. also openIng Amount of the sale was $700. Pfc Wllllnnr A. Andrews of negro has been charged with
has since
(lien He Brooker To Get Board of Deacons. He was also of chicken and 60 pounds of ribs tourists and! truckers may atop Mr. and Mrs. Vic Frees recently Stnrke has been assigned to Popperrell "assault with Intent to commit

fling|> and a secured heals\ on a mining phos- More Street LightsAt I a Mason. I were cooked and eaten by the tree and eat while having their can purchased a lot from Guy Andrew.I Air Force Base as a radio I murder", |the sheriffs office re-
Florida. or trucks serviced. all at one time, In th
Surviving are his widow Mrs. farmers from all\ over Plnehurst subdivision fur mechanic.IornteT! vested this week.
1
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degree After gradu'rae -I Inl Its meeting last week the'I Elvla N. Lennon; two daughters. I and South Georgia.In Thomas aAld.Man.ltlnlC J500.: Wilson Is still In the Gainesville
adjacent' to St.
Johnq.historic ,
; employed by Carey
< Kennedy, excavatlnlll'l| nrooker Town Council voted tc ,I Mrs. F.. C. Tomllnson and Mrs. a pre.luncheon address. SeamAn the rentaurant Is T. R. and Jeanette Young sold' capital of hospital and Just when he will be _
Newfoundland
'.rt. In their Install seven additional' streetlights i I Nelson Bronslein of Jacksonville; Hudson, manager of the John Gill an experienced restaurateur their lot In the City I'ark subdivision Pepperrell Is headquarters for the released U Indefinite but his condition -

mines. open pita on the two streets paral- three sons Charles D. Lennon corporation's pulpwood! department who said the restaurant will to Mr. and Mrs. A J. tr. S. Northeast III much better, hospital
jd jt j Command and IU
leling Highway iS. The town;, Leesburg; Luther J. Lennon, Jacksonville welcomed guests and explained remain open 24 hours a day the Thomas, Jr. for $100. authorities say.
sir
| the Nivy In 1943 and how the Independent the, service station, and component, the Northeast Air
Important same as
now has three lights/ on order ; and Harold K. Lennon. Command.Pvt Wilson attacked Frazier Sunday
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J' a Liuitenant! until 194 an I with the seven already Starke; a sister Winkler Leaves morning September 11. as Frailer
1 WII.I discharged and joined Htnlle. that will make a total of I' Hugglns. Elizabethtown, N. C.. a pan)'. lie said they were not to the dining room or via curb serv Andrews, son of Mrs. Thel- wan walking by the Stat

1"Kl I' Irm I 17 lights. brother Dennis Lennon of be considered as guests for they ice. D. L. Thomas' has been n.me1 On Hotpoint Trip ma Dyal of Stark-, is married to Farmer's Market on his way to
H Ing at the Key- I of the station. the former Marian Rafuae, also '|
and four grandchildren. Deland'I' were as integral a part of the manager the barber shop. He threatenedat
II present, but Is making Recent Birth I R. A. Winkler local Hotpoint or Starke. After graduating from
Funeral services first
I as he or any other em to cut him with a knife
m "e his wife and two company appliance dealer left Bradford High School, he
enteredthe
I I i Thursday morning at 11 o'clockIn Fire Prevention yesterday and Inter started to shoot Frazier ,
.
P' nt a private home as J. ployee.Alsjt.on morning by plane to Air Force las' and '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles the First Baptist Churih with, begin the I year completed with a pistol, but In the scuffle
". finds suitable accom- Vrecenak of 44 Fiftieth St., West the pastor. Rev. L. D. Halnes. ofI -,I. the morning's program Stressed This Week Chicago Vacation Trip" h. recently hU technical training at that followed,, Wilson was shot In

M A number of Starkel 1 I New York N. J. announce the I ftctatlng. Pallbearers were members was a movie, moat of which was won because of an outstanding Scott Air Force Hase III. His. the neck with his own guts.Bond .

".dfont County resident*I I birth of a son Joseph on Sept. 28. of the Men's Bible Class. and,(I II filmed right on the nrooker farm. The Starke' Chamber" of Commerce sales and promotion aew station at Pepperrell will bf was set at $200 by County
"ly remember Weichel's1E After November 1 they will re- deacons of the church served has entered the National his first overseas assignment I
the The picture. which will be loaned record.He Judge K. K. Ferryman.
C Welchel. Sr. who .ir> it 14 Miller Court Clifton,! as honorary pallbearers. Interment Inter-Chamber Fire Waste Contest was scheduled to join othel
tr, 1 to civic clubs and schools, deals currently being Inaugurated Hotpolnt deslers' In the
quit often. N. J. : was In Crosby Lake Ceme- south In
i tery under the direction of Key- with the production of pulpwood bv the Insurance Department' of Atlanta and the entire group Is tr Fire Prevention Week Proclaimed I J.
the ftiamher!" of COmmerce of the
to proceed to Chicago by train. In
McCabe Funeral Home. from the planting- of a seedling
I Y! KITTY KITTY! I I manufacturing the finished paper. United Slates and the NationalFire Chicago the group will- be conducted '

____ Waste Council. I on a lour of the Hotpoint I I Cltlsrns of Starke are called are 2* deaths by fire. 700 home
m- =. ., Fire Destroys The mill scenes were msd In the
The contest is basis
I on a yearly plant and see just how the ape upon by Mayor J. R. Wainwright fires 139 store fires 80 factory

Sausage Plant company's Fernandlna plant, which with the secretary of each local', pilsners they have been selling to take an active part In the na fires 9 church fires. 8 school fires

account for the film being named Chamber of Commerce filling In, are ma"e.I tion's) observance. of Fire Prevention and 3 hospital fires. On farms

i I At BrookerFire "Fernandlna." detailed record forma at the end:I The group Is scheduled"to leave Week. October 713. fires take an estimated 3.SOO lives _
.
Saturday bv train for the return Th.* mayor drew attention to
and
of half-track annually destroy about S10O-
of unknown origin destroyed Demonstration a of the fire damage,
year on protection
:
trip. but Winkler Is planning tc President Tnima a's) proclamation 000.000 worth of property,"
a sausage packing plantowned tractor was mad before lunch
and educational activities
setting
stay an extra aside the week for annual "Therefore
and ad- day and visit the as Mayor of Starke
W.
O. Barry
by with the tractor pulling a plow observe '
conducted In his district. I aces."President t .
Zenith Hscllo and earnestly request citizen
I 1 jaunt to his home In Brooker, Television plant every
which heretofore has been pulled Chambers are graded annuallyon Truman. said the and every organization to heed
about 3am. Thurlay! Oct. 4. I I lie will fly back Sunday and "'b.!
The flames were discovered by altogether by full-track tractor the following basis: actual accomplishments I home by the time mayor. "has appealed to the nation the President's appeal. and to unite I

a neighbor, Mrs. Lottie Edwards: }:i The maIn advantage in the halftrack In reducing fire,; way:. they are any. Irslnllt to destructive safeguard fires.it* resources He a- their efforts under th.< .....ftftdsJ'p'ot
stressed -
the B and! i the fire) departmen chavber. ,
who awakened rrys company official. explainedIs loss. 40 percent; educational, the present emergency requirement of
the community by ringI commerce and other agenciesIn
aroused
i the fire bell. FIr. Chief Victor that maintenance cost are activities, 30 percent; and permanent -:I Lt. fliers Draws i that Wft conserve manpower. Inspecting all properties and

I 1 Jones ing sod members of the Volun. I' lower" It Is more easily moved Improvements In protection New Assignment ; .productive facilities and material: premises, so that fire hazards may
from another and it resources: urging all of us to do be promptly detected
teer Fir Department responded one place to and construction 30 percent I and elimi-
our to make the
part United
- ''a Immediately but by that time the will handle substantially the same Jack Trawlrk la serving as chairman lit Lt.. Robert M. Hlers of by accepting Individual Statesstrong nated. Furthermore, I call upon
names had almost consumed the load. Smoker hss been responsibility our people to acquaint themSelves I
- of the local committee whose assigned as In a year-round cam-
building so their efforts were Courts A Boards Officer with all circumstances and _
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the "
Baseball was brought Into members Include C. W. Ptcftett pale against preventable fires.
'tp Mr.'Barry' I steps that
- should
confined to protecting be
lMg 1_ I" Afrl.. _a. ,,1.- this largely 8th Division's Specialist Training taken when
hunUne'An"\ WWa-SBT- picture also as a sound track H. A. Bishop Jr., C. S. Part "According to statistics provided situations
residence which escaped In andI. that
s'Ikw I are likely to
Regiment cause
. 1 "h****! Melvin 3lcfUnney In the Klngnlejr I Fort Jackson, fl. C. by national fire and ,
prevention
by I'
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.. ''lh. without damage. pulled In at lunchtime to bring O. Harris. A graduate of the outbreak of fire and with the
_: ttCl"r.o.ln' | .be a litt\\f. larger but couMIIP Gainesville high !protection authorities, each _
... Africa might I Mr. Barry valued the building the play. by play description of Friday October 12 Is scheduled school and the University of Flor. 1 year stepa that should be taken whets
and .OOO
- :; "koleall' than this ferocious felloev The do.n Jumped and the content",* at t .OOO. with I ida. Lt Hlvrs American. die needlessly In fire occurs."
'I the World Series game so all as U now employed fires
city clean-up and fir protection an to
I \ ':; Insurance coverage amounting could har. day In Starke. I I a..office manager with rung Oil number are severely burned or fire Helpful Information concerlna

f ZV000. j Products, lac. of BNoker. disfigured for Uf*. Every day there from pre.llatlOlmay be obtained _
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County Telegraph LAWTEY LONG BRANCH I mother's B P Faircloth house., is Her very grandfather ill\ and hat lecture with Genesis 2:9: as hU S 1 Marta c r ALrrry or

I II. been for some time, and they wll' text. All are Invited to attendthese etc nreuiref.
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ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNU-ItDITO" .. II. Mitt-It Hy :\Ir... J. L. MrlrkUnd help. take care of him. lectures which will be given
Mr. and Mrs Carl Oliver am! here at our resldelethe Mission
moved from Marietta of the Long Branch Church. Come 69r;
HecondOffice have
unit EnlA'r'd an family
tiinllHlieil Every r rioayllaa MID Elgin Padgett, and Mr. s n'
'* Matter at the Pont at Starke, 1'1.' ..I The UawU'% Honif Demonstration Mi3 Leonard Harris all started! Pa. to the Taylor farm here at and lets see how much noise we i
session Hill. Mrs. Oliver Is Mrs. JI. make singing. j
club met In regular to California lust Thursday on an Clay can 'gleattWe.y
at the school house Tuesday afternoon West.u I. Strickland's daughter
extended tour of the --
Member 1951 of last week at which time Next Sunday Oct. 14, will bf :
1"A Elgin's absence, tier nieces, Mr I,
elected Homecoming at Long Branch
'ollowl"offll'erlt
the were hits
Lee Moore and Cy Henry i
to serve for the coming year' and Cy are taking care of the Church Of course, we all know | ,,
8uhM Vice President, Mrs. J S. Eunice when we all cook a bigdinner and j "

National Bible {Week{ Jr.; Secretary, Mr.. E. M. Blount; the L.Army c. John last Saturday came home for a from few lAke It to church. Everybody talks i 'a

Mrs. Paul Dlnkins and listens to a
Treasurer, laughs sings
days' visit with home folks.
National Bible-Week will be observed from October 15 to Plans weld made for making and Louise Johns good aermon, eats enough dinner
Floyd are :
21 this year. It is sponsored by the Laymen's National Committee Christmas gifts at the next meet- to kill a horse, and then. goes home r

a non-sectarian and non-i rofit organization whose Ing. Everyone Interested is urged and Mary Julia, was shopping Ir to tell who all was at church LOVETTS

"! mission is to encourage belief and faith in God, daily readingof to attend and to bring cotton Jacksonville last Saturday.Mrs. Well let's all go and see who It
of the scraps to make pot holders.On Beulah Revels of Palatkaattended there and have an enjoyable time,
the Bible and religious education for all. The work
asked to announce
Thursday afternoon of last services at the Methodist Mr. Strickland me
has been endorsed the President ,
Committee by governors week Mrs. Paul Dlnkins entertained church last Sunday. Mrs. Revelt that he will give a week's

members of Congress, and leaders in industry, labor; and the from! four o'clock until six was a dinner guest of her brotherE. series of lectures, beginning Sun. :: ei

professions. I with a bridal shower for Mrs M. butch, and family day, Oct. 28, at 7 p.m He will I

6 Today, In a world which has been corrupted by cynicism Sidney Shtiford. Those present tc n. ri.lilIIIIIiI. _
y and fear, a thorough knowledge of the teachings of the Bible enjoy this affair, with the honoree / '

is more important than ever before. The world's most terrible were Mrs J. S. Shuford Sr.. Mr. 1I.'ergJranch of Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat oj
of A, H Harley Sr., Mrs. Charles ,
l problems have resulted from the loss and destruction
Shuford. Mrs. V. R. Reddish MrsT.
those spiritual values which our ancestors held to be lire- INSURANCEH.
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L. Wainwright, Mrs. H. C.
eminent As Walter n, Judd National Chairman. for theWeek" Wainwright, Mrs. H. C. Kelly 152 Call Street' Starke Fla

t has said "Because American pioneers had a firm be- Mrs. L,. H. Fut, Mrs. H. E. Priest F d ,

lief in the spiritual fatherhood of God, they put first in their and daughter, Lorraine, Mrs.V

9 scale of values the freedom and dignity of individual man as E. Moore, Mrs. O. W. Roberts, C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE
h Mrs. W. H. Edwards Mrs. Effie .
1'1 a spiritual being. As a result their political system released,
s frel' the first the creative inherent in Miner, Mrs, Mae Wells and MliM
time capacities men
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1 everywhere We shall not live victoriously either as individuals Enza Blanchard. Also out of "DEL MONTE FALL "
4 town guests were Mrs. Joe Shufordof ROUNDUP"
; or as a nation, except as we come to know God and St. Augustine and Mrs. Vernon Constant Service Over 50 YearsPORTRAIT -

t Hi* eternal laws and love through eternal searching of the Silcox of Starke After the brIde

', Scriptures." opened and displayed the mllnuA..ful )/ Scores of Famous Del Monte Brand Item On Sale
1'f .. !
realm of the ,
of lies in the .1 -
r a The greatest strength people and attractive gifts which: .

a 1 spirit. she had received refreshments of .- ", IIERE ARE JUST A FEW --
home made cake and punch were

served Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Priest
I STUDIO
and Mrs. Wainwright were co

I Keystone Heights HAMPTON hostesses Mrs. Sebe with Harris Mrs.and Dlnkins.Mrs. Iverj Hallmark Greeting Cards PEACHES No 2i/2 Car 2

Thompson entertained with a
ISy Mr. M. O. Sweeney bridal shower In the home of Mrs
I A C. Pearce last We tiding it mlFhotoitrnplir Cn"'PrA.C..mPr..I..1 .
Tuesday, Oct. 2, the Community I Friday night
S
Church Women held their first Friends here heard with deep honoring Mrs. Allene Starling / I / Film Del Monte FruitCOCKTAIL Del Mont. SlicedPINEAPPLE Del Monte Early G
I regret of the death of Manire Markham Some time ; ;
meeting of the year In the church. Cyril was spent t'erehesQuslltr. .
Vice president. Mrs. Dctwtller of Still'lie. formerly of Hampton visiting and playing games after .. K. IFwh I EHS ASPARAGtNo. &

presided and presented Mrs. Eula which occured suddenly on Friday which MlM Mary Ann Wella Plal hln.* HjpSolOOJjI Ns. Irlnmanda'hate Fraaeina
t Walker who had charge of the night at his home. Sincere favored the guests with an accordion

I devotional program, and who gave sympathy In extended to hl. solo and Miss Delynnr No. 303 Can 23c No. 2 Can 29< 2 Can 43]
an Introduction to the study of the family Crews gave a reading. At the
I N 10.1V.. Call St. Slarke, .1/&. Phone 263 i i
nook of James which will be the K n. YVatteraon left on Fridayfor I close of the program refreshment
1 Del Monte Early Garden Del Monte Golden Cr. StyloCORN Del MonliCATSIII
theme this year. The business I Grover, N. C. to he at the bed- of home made cake and fruit Roscoe
& Owner
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\ meeting followed, at which time Hide of his elder brother, J. D juice were served. Misses Well ,
: the resignation of Mrs. Vance I Watterson, who 1 III critically ill. and Crews assisted the hostessesIn -, : PEAS !

j J president, wax received and aoreptedj I. Miss Loulfte. Adklna spent the serving the guests. The bride .. -. . .
I Mrs. Dctweller was then weekend In Mncclcnny with Mr received many nice! and unefu'
!r ': elected president and Mrs Clark'. and Mrs. J. W. Prlcntcr.. gifts.Mr. '.. ._,It__ No. 303 19i C No. 303 17c Hoi.Bottl.! 21SWIFT'S

F; rl vice president. .1' and Mrs. Roy Reddish of'
Mr. and Mr*. )Edward; Saxon ,
t : Webster were visiting his From where I Joe Marsh
parent
: The question' of whether or not moved on Monday to Eau Gullle! Mr. sit..by
r if I 'I; to dlvldo Iho )group Into circlet I vhenMr.. Saxon will be em and Mrs. V R. Reddish en
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which would In tile afternoon Thursday of last week
I' meet ployed.
was discussed but was tabled until Mrs. Louis H. Hill, who Is attending ,- CORNED BEEF
t, -i lIt'i the next meeting W e Hui-toii moved to Hampton Florida Southern! CollegeIn Our Bank Says 12-ozCan j|
last week from Graham I, and Is Lakeland, spent the weekent J
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Miss Gertrude Hoaxer gave occupying nee of the new cottageson
I. \ at her home here.
"t k some" background, material for the School Lnne. Mrs. Effie Miner and grand.daughter l. *: "Help Yourself"People

utility of nilxslons In Sout'nAmerica. Mr and Mrs. Gerald Adklna recently Miss Mary Ann W..IIAwere Sunnyland 4.6lb. Size Land O'SWIlhiIIPICNICS |

spent tioveral, days In South shopping in Jacksonville or around here. need lots of too. At the end of the day the

The meeting adjourned for a Florida; Saturday.Mrs. small change: these days what totals are never more than a
BUTTER
lb.
r Koclnl hour at which Mr. Kennedy I Mr. and !Mrs J. W. Horne and Preston Green and niece with candy, gum, cigarette and soft couple of cents under-or over- 39 .

Mid Jlfr!!, Sara McDonald were. fllmlly,.Mrs. Hetty May and baby Theresa Dennett, of 'Green' Cove drink machines pny-phones ;*"the right amount.

i hOR!eAaell. rlnughler. Mm. T. F. Brown and Springs were visiting/ Mrs. J. E and thuxe penny sales fates." From where. I sit, folks everywhere -

On October 12, The Community j, Soft, Emory and Frank, have been Wall and family on Monday. Used to put a strain on our are pretty much alike, although Fresh Grade A, Ga. Shipped, 4 'to 7-lb. Size Broiler
', Churi'h" will hold a covered, Huh remit visitors to Ounnpllnn, and Mrs. Cullen McSwaln and Mrs I
bank. Changing money took up a they may seem different.Farmers 69
mipp'-r' In the Woman's Club as a guests of the O. D. Gay family Aubrey Ryder Lb
wade Little Emily Johns, daughter of were shopping Ir lot of time. Then the Chief Teller and city folk., Republicans TURKEYS Ib. 69c
ome to the new pastor, Dr. Jal'ksllnvlll"fond"\ )'.
Farrar.Mr Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Johns Happy Wilson, read about anotherbank and DemiM-rutH, those who enjoy -
underwent, tontlllectomy on Man Mr. and Mrs, O. J. Phillips anf using a "help yourself" a gluts iif beer occasionally and
and Mrs. havell1t'ne,1 children Ola
' Stltcliberry day In Alachua General Honpltal Mae and Danny I change system. The directors deIh""e who prefer something else- Ballard'sBiscuits
r from their summer va- spent the weekend in
Mrs a. Wadsworth spent Tampa wlU cided to ace if it would work here. we all usually try to live up to the
utlou In North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman\ Phtlllpn Cardinal Brand Sliced F
several days host week with relative Leslie I They set out some big shallow trust others have in us.
"MUi Gladys Tlllls spent the Phillips haa enlisted In UnclrSam's
In Plant City.Mra. bowls full of nickels, dimes urnl
week, In Lakeland.Mr Air Corps and la Intraining
visiting now
Ellen and MTH Alma I BACON 49CMe.
Saxon
with sign saying "MKBYOL'It Lb
in Texas. pennies a 0. ,
t I /
)F.lla; nlos Volght has returned Saxon visited Mrs. Delia Dyul In f ," Works fine ." > A
OWN CHANGE IA-WI.
to her home In Miami after I High Springs Friday. Fay Durban Is spending, a ten O ,
Fi sending Some lime In Keystone Mra. Let tin Parker and Mrs day furlough with his parents here I e Vermont Sliced Economy Strip All Tall

S j Heights.Mr rl1a'hltaeU, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Joyce Futch with Bnntor' Copyright, 1951, United Stdttt. Bremen foundation Bacon Lb. 69c Bacon L39c

K. J. Shniighnessy and! w"reIltltlng Hampton friend.!

West daughter.' Virginia.Patty are visiting In here MlH limt Vunrvle week. Kelly, of Starke !!! [ ]|::::: '11'11' ;, ; ::: a ''' ION ) :: /" 1 'I Fresh Pork Taste O'Sea Fillets MILUforlDixie 3

? t f that Friends Charles will H.learn linger with ha.regret been was!Mini the Kathryn: recent Colson.MlM overnight. guest ot Illlll Jlf llll lllllllll)iIIIIIII'IIlul.i .''Flint IIi.tI1ilnllnnlliiiAUa.. '..Iln, .111111 IIII1: lIIlit"IIJ"'IWIIIIII'jJ'"II'J, ''!!,, !::: ,' !!? !! : !; Lb. 25c Red Perch I 33c


transferred! to the InPont pl.tnt Johanna Dabro and Miss the GOLDEN JUBILEE of the Amel. can Movie Theatre '* Swift Premium Skinless "=
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Pollock -
ht Wilmington, Del and that he Fnntlne Wllltnms, University cl lb. 29c

and his fAmily will reside In that Florida classmates of Miss. Martha r Wieners u. 59c Whiting lb. 29c Dixie Darling FaroiljSJ
: I It Sunday with Mia
city, They were honored with s 'rne spent
r farewell party at the Inn. Thursday Home" at her home here. Sunnyland Pure Pork Bag Headless Dressed Bread JtJTilil

i night Oct 4. Mr., and Mrs 11.V.. I'rleatetand I Sausage Lb. 45c Whiting lb. 15c
daughter, Sybil, of West Palm
While on a short leave with
Reach were iusts of Mr. and Mrs
his wife and children at InterInchen ,-
,T. G. Adklns Saturday and Sunday
Warrant Officer (J. d) ,10b0d95eethea
Mr. and Mrs. Eustace Kelly: am'children 4ra
J, Thompson has also, visited %
of New River were also, Fla. Fresh Dressed
'
his sister Mrs. U. A. ( arnes al I It.nke
the Adklns' 1 guests Sunday. rt OHCHEE9-
Geneva, his brother D. R
!S II IIOOI >K\\S
Thompson nt Ki-vslone. Helglitfland ,
The Hampton P. T A. met lust
his parents Mr and Mrs. T)
Tuesday. Afternoon and elected the FRYERSLB.
U Thompson Sr. at Put man Hull, i ic
following officers for this school
Warrant Officer Thompson has
: tyrs Frank Dryden, president
ntntloned. Itrooks All year
been at I
; Mrs. T. J. Alderman, Vice-
Fore hose San' Antonio, Texas President' : and Mrs. L. T. JohnsSmretnryTreasurer. NOW2.ZsZ341ourfl Lge 27 7

Europe and will be leaving! soon rot room mothers. The were alsr following 4Sc Box

Last Wednesday.. 3. HayilonHasklni. elected: Eighth Grade Mrs. Mar .
son of P. It. Hasklns. ol -mil. Malchett.. ; Seventh Grade' I _

Keystone Heights.: suffered II Mrs. Ralph Pearsnll; Sixth Grade Duncan Mines or Snow
serious accident playing footbol'at :Mrs. George\ Williams; Fifth Grade
Melroso High'' School. His 'leg Mrs Dan Loper; Fourth GradeMri I II Crop OrangeJUICE

was broken Just above the knee I II
: Jessie Chnstaln:; Third Grade {
He was taken to the hospital lt :Mrs )Evelyn; Perry: Second Grade I a D

Gainesville where he will be tot Mrs Ben Loper; First Grade, Mr

Lee White. 1
some time
Miss. Swanhom'a room had the I Aoln.B "

. most parents and friends, present 1I I 5 Cans 95c 1 Yorks.
and were awarded an extra play

I period on Wednesday. afternoon.Mr ? 3 Lbs 2Strawberries

KEYSTONE J.v.. Home donated the "Winter Garden"
drinks for the refreshment hour.
Mrs, Frank Dryden. Mrs. \V. W Bulk or Mesh Bag- Eastern

JEWELERS Hammond Mrs. T. J. Alderman Wftfn did tourate Iterf'o he A1OWES fast? Jonathans 5 LI,,. 39c Delicious 2 '

and Mrs I. T. Johns attended (n S'J
Mteres no placeike hoMe hullets
P. TA., study course at the home noi-

WALME MUIILIIOFEUKKYSTONK of Mrs. Slad at Kingsley Lake overdo //-. Get out or flue house and MEET Can 29C g

: : HEIGHTS: last Friday.

:Next to Harvey's Drug Store an Plans Elementary are underway School to Council establish In people. Live /oM9er by I-p/ax/ic9 a.f Me MOVIES.EA RipeTOMATOESLbs3 __

e the Hampton School. The children Colored
In the upper grades have Golden Bantam Idaho Russet
.
Prompt already set up regulations governing MargarinePound Corn 4 far 29c Polaloes"Snow 5 J.

their conduct In class roomjIn viV1C e ieN
EfficientCourteous by
Calif. Pascal Yellow
the rest rooms, on the playgrounds LN-
Service and tn the library. This Celery sunc 19c Onions 3
ai hIrnwrrr7i 23c
Is a part of the .r.hooll''gram to 510 i R EVj wa in9 {

e develop worth while citizens. Its White" f\\
< the belief of the Hampton Srjioo' _

EXPERT WATCH faculty that if children are given Superbrand CAULIFLOWER H.d
the opportunity to set up rules

REPAIRS govern themselves, and evaluate Ice Cream
their own conduct they will receive Sweet Calif.
citizenship training which 2ltu2 2

Hours Dally 9 A.M.: la fl P.M.: well be valuable to them in adult 2 39C Tokay GRAPES
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Miss Nancy Knight Heilbronn School -Fellowship Party I All School Busses rlver'Lester. request.Slade also requested that Flarne --It

Weds R. S. Bird Is Host To County At Pine Level I To Be Equipped his monthly contract rate be lu Not rei erl
creased to $150, retroactive (tpprortd
1 Parent-Teachers The young people ot With Signal Lights September 3. with the provision tb Landau IfarnlNo ,

Baptist Church Looks like the Board ot Public that It the Increase could not be i
The Hellhronn School was host monthly Fellowship granted by the Board nail.
Instruction Is proving to be a that his !
ILl Tuesday night to the various home ot Mr, and Mrs B. group ot "Yankee sympathizers." resignation would be effective have y.?, neat 1 anc1r be R

Parent-Teacher Association groups. Tuesday evening at 7:30: During their meeting Oct. 2nd. the Tuesday, October 2. The Board Florida Hotel and'rpI'O Gladys ot the count.y. Schools rl'present.ed About forty young unanimously agreed to !nlaslol' rall1 RflttlJt
bloody
Board accepted a bid by the Standard accept l'
at thlll meeting were Stark". gathered around a log Slade's resignation and '. tallllt.mISRloll'
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appointed
Phone 3v ot Ocala, for art
Parts Company d
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awtey, Brookt'r, Hampton, and welnprB were roasted Gertrude Slade Th 4R,
., the supplying ot 20 complete sets to fill the vacancy r .mn ',
Lake Butler. Purpose ot the meeting .Jnff
were enjoyed during the at ot $60 telll, Idt
ot "Yankee" signal lights for thecounty's a salary per mOnth "1
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+ to discuss and rr
r.th was lay plans ,
Promotion Party Woman's Club for the formation of a County school bURae" Mrs. Cora Stokes was appointed I house n Oicev In!
BP\VTo Meet to till the vacancy Created by the fllIl'pr .
The lights were bought to com-
'arcnt-Teacher! and
For Sunday School Hears Rep. Conner organization resignation ot Resale Carlton 11 liltl
the lAke Butler PTA was invited ply with the new Florida law ro- I
At Caldwell Home Discuss conservation I. to' partielpate.< ThO' regular monthly !\ qulrlndlrl'Ctlonlll Hij.n,1 Jlgt-'tI on School. bus driver, Iirookpr Junlot"riot. then I kw.
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BUBlneHs and S'hool. 'cent' tI.
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If.'i\ r The called busses ant trucitr operllUng ,
''., ,. meeting was to order
1j Tho :J. G. Cal<.lw11 home at the Mrs P. F, Slump, chairman of "iii, ,,1[",,... '. 'f''14.YTx' by Mrs, Anvil Norman, president Wmm n's club will be held I within the still", ,The Oc,11I firm The Board unanimously agreed I radon III l tIo
!State! Farm was the scene ot a Conservation, was In charge ot the '"I'"I" t". "I:! '" rot the Hellhronn PTA. Following evening at 8 o'clock In submitted a Lid on 2/1/ complete that continuing, contracts would npprovn'' 1ft'',, R dr,

lovely promotion Sunday School program at the regular meeting J '". ," :tJ' Scripture reading and prayer by warrl'B 'lIreation hail.Thr Hets at $IOOI'S per set, not be Issued to persona appointed complete II toemphaaizet ''n.t Ij
party Thursday atlernoon ot last ot the Woman's Club here Wednl'll' .!',' nev Watson, pastor ot the Hell- BPW fIrst aId Albert Tyson, contract school to new positions, It they Were I 181 3I)P
week, when Mrs. Caldwell, klndogarlen r- day aflf'rnoon. She Introduced ,'q !iII.- brolln Baptist Church, the ling held every Wednesday : bus driver to the Wateroak Elementary otherwise qualified for continuing torcemelll Art fl'fn .

teacher, was hOllteBs to 36 the guest speaker, Rep. Doyle E. "'ii, grant was turned over to L.pro-j I at 7:30: o'clock at St. School and R. ,J. E, High contracts In their previous position have 60 'Jaw 1rIIttI

children and mothers. Conner. who gave a talk on soil \''\" './_ Io'utch, prIncIpal ot the School requested that his monthly j until they were otherwise Inspector III (acids4 lilt"' Ii S

The party was held on the Cald- conHervation. '.. ", School Legion Auxiliary contract rate be increased to $150 qualified for same In the new position that work nuel. be dolll?
weirs apactous lawn where /iCamu For the musical program, Mr" After extending a welcome to appointed to, and that, such Cammh net
were enjoyed, and refreshments Don Parker, head ot the BHS Mr and Mrs. Hollia V. Knight all visitors, Mr Flitch Invited the The American Legion per month since he was now driving persons would be subject to annual that there 6uda
p were served buffet style from' a music department presented the announce the marriage ot th"lr'' group to go through and see the meeting for next 72 miles per day The Board reappointment until the prescribed the nughl bi:
I long table, set up for the occaclon High School Glee Club In a group daughter, Nancy Lee, to Robert school building before leaving.He been cancelled due to the agreed to increase his rate to $131) time requirements rule 1M liked lilt
C\J<\ The five honorees, those being ot number which Included "Mighty Samuel Bird, USN lIOn ot Mr then Introduced other school Convention In Miami next per month just $15 short ot the were met for 8 tlon 01 businesst .rroctal,
continuing contract.
Lak A ROlle" and Mr. Samuel E. Bird ot Oak principals, PTA officers
j promoted from kindergarten to the and "Merry Medley". and waiting Department IrJl'o,
c primary claw were: Sally Ann a selection ot old favorite.... Park, III. tounty: officlaili. Brief talks were Season Tickets
1 )ll'perllon, Chuck Shepherd, Tommy Refreshments were served by The marriage took place on given by H. B. Crosby chairman YYY YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYVVVTVV.T.
f'J r h Andrews, :JImmy Dowling and the hostesses: Mrs J. R Kite, Wednesday, Sept 26, In North ot the School Board; lJ A. Law- Now Available .....

!!, I. Peggy! Davis. The five "gradu- Mr. E. K Perryman. Mrs. K. O. Klngatown, R. I. eon. School Board member; O. :J.
P ates" presented their teacher with Duncan, Mrll. M. W. CreaHIl'r, Mrs. Mr, apd Mrs Bird will reside In ''Phillips, School Trustee; J. A. For Jax You Can't Make A Mistake

r'q 'f a lovely gift W. H. Smith, MrH. D. I.. Silcox, Jacksonville where Mr. Bird isstslioned School Parker, princIpal ot the Brookf'r The general public now OnA
I 'i f ASlllllting Mr!!. Caldwell In car and Mr" S. L. Peek at the :Jack"onvllleNavBI : and Mra Ola Perkins,
to buy .,
opportunity season
If! ') lag for her guests were Mre.i Air Station principal ot Hampton School.
' \ James Bunch teacher In behalf ot Mrs, T. H. Slade, to Jackaonvllle Symphony
H ::1 I Mrs Billy Dowling primary, and Mrs Mrs. Kite Hostess I president ot the Starke PTA who concerts which begin
+ Guy New WMS Circle wall unable to be Until this week these Purchase You Make At
; Andrews.Vt To UDC Members present, 1'011118 A &
available only to members.Tickets
Meets At Home jl Audrey Newman.,invited the group
I to attend the Starke PTA for the five
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. meet-
E D. O. held lit. first meeting at the Of Mrs. Beard Ing In Novembt'r. the 60-plece orchestra are
Surprise Party homo ot Mrs J. R. Kite Wednesday After some discussion, a mar from $12.211.. to $4,2 and rr This is more than a promise. It's a guarantee 111II
: For Mrs The new circle ot the WMS of lorlty ot the PTA members reserved sedts for all you'li never risk a on item
&: ShaJJer afternoon ot last week with present penny any you buys
ten members present the First Baptla' Church met last agreed to contribute to the< an'es. The policy ot A & P because we'li cheerfully refund
I Don Ray Tilley was host at au week at the hume ot the leader, eOllt ot having Bradford profit organization III to if for your mop
: The Installation ot officers Is County any reason any purchase is not
. T l M, surprise party Wednesday evening usually held at this but Mrs. F. B. Beard, on Klngaley favor given out at the State PTA good music to the public satisfactory,
meeting ,
honoring his mother, Mrs. Lake Cut flowers and potted Convention : the range ot "everybody's
Peggy due to illness ot the In Jacksonville In No-
: :k Shaper, In celebration ot her birth Mrs. L. O. Powell, the pre8ldent-elect installation, plants were used In decorating, vember, book", ITS ANN PAGE VALUE
l1 I day anniversary. wall postponed until the Novem- The meeting opened with Mrs. Dr W. G. \Voodham, County Concert dates and :
I\ The Shaper home on Eight her meeting Edmond Tenly, program chairman School Supervisor, was the main Nov. 1-Ben :Jones, :
: street was decorated for the OCr using all her topic "Be Thou speaker ot the evening discussing, pianist and faculty WEEK AT A&PI!
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a I Following short bUlllne seR.Blon Mra! lard( School ot Music
t; C'a.lon with a profusion ot tall an Example" .B'ard conducted "The Fundamental Needs ot Boys,
, O flowers, "Kid" games were. played refreshments were nerved by the devotional and Mrs. and Girls", In which he pointed, Dec 6-.Edward
:w ry, during the evening followed with I the hOllteall and her cohoatesses W. R. Morse gave a pantomime, out the need for love at home and' liniet conductor Q CU8tomel'8' Ann Page Pork and
; the serving ot \tempting retreHh.'ment. Mrs. :J. E. WIIlJI n and Mrs. :J. M. using characters from the Bible. at school; the need for being'I Florida Symphony Corner
.. Brownlee ... :Jan. l1-Artlas de Volt, 1. 1
given
During the business cession a responsibility and its ac- BEANS 16
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, Eight couples were Invited to name for the circle was discussed ceptance: the need for being given raculty member, oz. can
rl l help Mrs. Shaper celebrate the Men's Fellowship bUt final action was postponed the opportunity to make their Academy, Salzburg, there
were s POPUlar
': Occasion ...""t1r1t( ( t unlll the next meeUng. own declslone;; and the the Feb. 28-Yvonne Barnett .
1 T1. To Meet part ity about food stores Ann SALAD
Monday .. PTA can hove in aonville pianist, graduate poll Page lJIUSTAAaP / /)
' The next will be held providing for
; : Boyd.Young f-- The Starke Methodist Men' at the home meeting ot Mrs. Jesse New- I these fundamental needs. Conaervotolre. would have to be I:! first., ,,6'oz_ jar 9 oz. 160z,
Superintendent Morgan was Introduced All concerts will be held For more housewives buy%
I Fellowship will enjoy a supper on some. y6'h( 'YM. George Washington Hotel their A&P than
next. He food from
. ) Clyde M. Young and Irvin Boyd Monday ,evening Oct 15, at 6:30I : ... heartily en- torium.A 9c 13c
.. dorsed Dr.
.. Woodham' talk from other
were married at Trenton On Sat. p.m. In the Methodist Recreation Woodman CircleInstallation and any DTOCtr.
\ urdllY, Oct, 8, at the home ot Mr.I I Hall. Chairman ot the supper Invited parents and trlends to concerts'hlldren's has been series ot Does your AlP get your

R 5 Elsie White, sister ot the groom committee III H. C. Brown, assisted Visit school more often and thus Saturday afternoons vote as the best place to Ann Page MAYONNAISE
\ County :Judge M. O. Adklnll ofL by Charley Parker and Rev get first hand knowledge ot what Fpb 2, and March on 8. shop 1 If not, please Jet us
l Trenton performed the ceremony. T. O. MltctJ..lI. Rev O. C. Powell ot The Woodman Circle Installation is going on In the schools and become tickets for this know. Please write: 8 oz. pts. qts,
', --i' Mrs. BOYd I" a native ot Starke, Lake Wales will be a guest at the ot officers will be held In the personally acquainted with group cost $
, while Mr Boyd III a native ot supper All of the men ot the WOW hall tonight (Friday) at the school program. The Importance CUSTOMER RELATIONS 21c 36c 65c
Bl'lI'l church and friends are cordially 8'o'clock. ot a County PTA Council Three Scholarships 1 E
!h, Invlt4// 4ci: attend. 'Guest for this meeting will 'be was stuaat'd by Mr Morgan. Available To A&P Food Storesr' '

Mice Abbie holden ot :Jacksonville, After a general discussion I .20 LnIDI10It Ave.. Ann
MI8s Bessie Green ot Live Oak motion was made and carried t o r" This County New M 11.1<. Y. Page I
Miss : .
; DJ! U' StringfellowTo and abOut 18 guests from Gaines organize a County Council: The 'IAdv'I -
TARKE n-\ Wed Mr. Green vllle. president or each local PTA were Three scholarships are KETCHUP 14 Ol. boule.2'! '
I; selected as a committee, with Mra available to college ,
r All members and friends are Invited -
Mr. and Mrs, W. G Strlngtellowot to come and bring a covered Walt ot Bl'Ookl'r as chairman to Bradford County,
l"rt", Sat. Oct. 12, 13 State Farm announce the engagomelnt dish work OUt further plana for thtlorgallization. announcem..nt this week by lUlls-Dale .4ll.Green
and approaching mar Morgan, superintendent Armllll1na
1>01IlJl." FEATUltE-
nags ot their daughter. Melba, After the close at the business Board ot Public Inatructlon.F.xamlnatlona
\ Calamity Jane to Inmnn Green, son ot Mr and i Lioness Club meeting, n delicious chicken salad for these ASPARAGUS CUTS 19 ozs can 23cSAU22
Mrs. L. D. Green of Starke. To Meet Thursday course was served with tea Orcofft'e. shIps will be held In the ,
And Sam Bass
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I The ceremony will take place Yonge auditorium at : --- .
] \"nn" n"'arhIH.. Jlm\'a..1 Thursday evening, October 25. at Members ot the Lioness Club Some 75 adult were In often morning ot October 23. terra Su'eet .lrmvcn Cad
fluff 7 o'dock In the First l3aptlst will meet In the Llon's Den Thur. dance anti murk enthusiasm was cation blanks may be E

ANUHANDS : Church with Rev L. D. Hainereading s day evening Oct 18, at 7:30: Rnltt'att'd toward a County Cozen writing or otherwise ()
cll. PEAS size 16 13cBE,4'H, ,
ACROSS I follow the nuptlnl.the ceremony A recl'ptlonwill In the I o'clock dinner and for business their regular meeting monthly the the University Dpnn or F.d1l1'1I11on'a of Florilla. Ige. oz. can ;<

Baptist recreation hall. Wh1U Notice Morgan RAid two nr the '
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The ROCKIES No Invitations are being Issue I HoateMes for the evening will .lIlplI are worth $200 per tgar's Oreiwood Brand Tasty Cord'H;:

;i' Wllh Rill J.III"tt: but all friends ot the couple ar a be Lee McGrlft, Bertie Olson amt The program and business meetIng are available to junior, (' C
Aloe Cartoon and syrlxlMon. Invited to attend. Wilma Kronenberger. ot the Baptist WMU will bo graduate Btudpnt. One
held In the educational House scholarship ant, the LUNCH MEAT 12 39c I :t.Eaiu'ell
__ b.ultJing oz. can .
, ", _. __ __ n' .. Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'doclc, I" a Senatorial project, ,
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Hun.. .. Tut't'I.
'I The Ida Darby circle Is In ehargeot to the Btudrnt! ot Union
i\ Oct. 11.16 the program. The third III II LewIs Light Meat Grated JEWEL OQR

1 Sealed CHRIS TL NEWBERN STUDIOS chip able to worth any student$100 per either year R C
; Cargo Eastern Star Notice TUNA 6 23cry1lsPt f""
with oze can
I : I Photographers" college or several '

q Dana Andrewa. Claude. Halnll The regular meeting of Stark ready Co"ll'le, All of -- _
1 1'1". ('artottn and Newee OPEN SITTINGS Chapter No. 22-1, O. E S. will be cholnrshll'' must be Large {WhUe{ --- AIR-WIC1
.any thing 8-x 1 10 held Monday evening at 8 o'clock I State or County service, ; Snowball 53c
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Wed.. Thur. Od. 17. lS1)O11iU.E any where Monday \\.1. In the Chapter room, should a student attend
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: FEATURE Portrait Thin 0:1)0: ) 1'.1\1. four )'pars on a scholarship CAULIFLOWER each 29c \Ii I"
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Footlight Varieties any time tllrday To she must work for the Baby Meab
9:041: .'.:\!. 8:30 I' 'I. PINE LEVEL stale tour years after Fancy Red .
1A''n Brrol Frankle ('aria 00 Tokay 21eCa
$3 To !I.4.Tt'un.\V or repay the notes with
ANOSAHARA s By Mra. n.I! ,
l\1'Rae .
8:30: I'M.: ALL DAY All persona Interested
GRAPES21bs. ;" twa.
siring further ; .1,= 25
hate Your Portrait Made The Modern Way Rev. W E. hall returned te, information DOG foor t
e :Jacksonville by plane last Satur.1 queered to contact the ... .
tarring llumphrey Bogart W.UU1Nm POitTHAITS COMMKRCIA1: day after attending. the Church' Public Instrllcton! office Red Jonathan 14c

,'n.1 latrat News Conference In tfoorth Worth, Texa.e,, I' Court House. .
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__ ---_. .-.. --_-_ _-_- .00-__ __ _. __ ____ u_____ _- well last The attended Sunday Singing aft'at,Pine_:noon Convention u,_ Level_and_ .enjoyed eht._ _._was.. .. ('.\lcn OF TIL\SK4 APPLES, SIbs. - 39c TRE TI


G00 0 0 e 0 by Mr.aU. and Mrs. U. H. Lewis' were appreciation We wish to for express the many our -Fla Dressed- and Drawn- .Grade 12 oz. can 51

dinner guests ot Mr. and Mra. J ful (Jowers, word8 ot A t. !.
J.. Lewis ot Starke last Sunday other; expressions ot .
SWeethe
FRYERS
and visited the bedside. ot Mrs. during our whole lb. 47c
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Mary Drlggl'f8 who III very si<-k. Redgrave family Bar 12.
UNITED Mr, Irene Roan ot Hellbron" Bath
Fresh/ 1
Springs and Mr. and Mr" A. F I Caught T dle8Greell 'oral' !> p

: PNoNE rlASI IC visited hall end the H.family M and ot B.JRckaonvllle M. McRae, Afraid To Eat SHRIMP lb. Woodbafy'

SIGN.I! Sunday Always Troubled 39c Regbar&
Mra A. :J. Fender and children
BoX Rnd Mrs Earl Goodman were With Upset E Swift Brookfield ---'-
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INe visitors to Lake City Monday. sn"'eIM
Mr and Mrs. Cluster :Johnson "F.vl'rythlng I ate seemed Swiftnl!!'
STARKE, and Cpl Carl :Johnson, all of Web.ater art my stomach until I was E SAUSAGE I lb. Roll
FAA.S visited Mr. and Mra. Tony I to eat I wall tired, weak 39c 3 b ':",1.
Gonsales over the weekend ant down from slowly starving .
all were dinner gurata ot Mr. ane I but I knew It was useless Quick -- -- Felt Nit

hate added- a new Sign Department Mr. Joe Starling on Sunday I try to eat a good full meal I,, E Frozen Red Perch JUNKET
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Mr!! Sue Myrlrk ot Lake read about, and tried
Geneva Bpent the weekend With I TO'IlF.: That was the day FILLETS Red Perch 5
for tile following type signfork the lb. ?,9c
Robert Myrick.. changed for me I eat what I! :: ; :
Mrs :J.R.. Phelps returned tc and ny meals. see a \ n e .
her hems. St Tlltnn, Ga last Fri praise INNF.R-TONE to Crescent -
o SHOW CARDS 0 GOLD LEAF 0 TRUCK LETTERING City -New SPRY
day after spending two weeks --Thill I. an actual Orleans Sty nnd Chien,;
with her daughter, loin. T. E INNEf1-TONF. 18 the new I Iot
o ROAD SIGNS 0 BANNERS 0 WALL LETTERING Gordon, Jr. juice,, from Nature's COFFEE l lib. Bag 1.J
''C 59c ,
Mies Mary Lou Alvarez and Miss bind with blood building T Ir
o BULLETINS 0 PICTORIAL 0 FLUORESCENT Frances Crosby of Jacksonville attended I nerve strengthening : i ii E -. LUXE
church here Sunday i B.l B-2: and B-8. It has I -- _

Mr and Mr8. T. Eo Gordon. Sran,1 1 many people who had .. I Prim, In Rey'! bay &
flnn. Billy ot nlIcl'f'at, visited cine.reaUy Taken helped shortly before by before any E lecdt'e thou fbi Saturday ad 1'1 A & P FOOD STORE yaf

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the T Eo Gordora I.atendtr
one night last
It mixes with food (kGdxr U. Thf'
your Great
wet'k. AU&lJtJo and Padno Tea Co.. Octagon
Prompt Service --- Guaranteed Work -- Quotations digestion "thus
Everybody try to come to Prayer i and bloat" So don't go on E Entire Contents Copyrighted 19.50 le
Meeting Wednesday' night, Rev I big' GetlER.TONE 300 East Call St.

Hall has more to tell Us about lib Sold by KOCH drug store I I ......... .. .
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4TOBFR 12. 1951- BRADFORD COUNTY! TELEGRAPH. STARKB.!: FLORIDA
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Mr and Mrs. Ouy Sale and I Mr.. Sam Anderson attended the Jerome Johns son of Sen. and wa.kn In the nruilfui-d County. Trio"rwta'rl .- on I",.n the daughter Linda Kay. attended the commissioning; of the U. S. S. BlairIn Mrs.. Charley E. Johns has been this Ilh rtny of Orlohcr.' IflM.OKKU'IAI. 1. the original. In the ofrira of the P"I..d this 10th day "f October
1051.
Sale family reunion at the home Green Cove Springs last Fridayat pledged PI Kappa 'Alpha fraternity ( << 8KAI.: ) A. J. Thomas.. Clerk of the Circuit Court of on or before (()l" 'I"AI.( 8KAI.: ) A. i. ThomnK.Clerk .

of Mr. Sale's mother Mrs. John which time her' son J. Lyle at the University of Florida.Mr. Myrtle. Clerk T.' heaver of ih,* l rin-ult>.puiy I dvrk.101U I'ourl.By HIll ; the otherwise>2th day the ..)J.: io.nb"i Myrtle T 1 IVaver...f thi' 1"01,1. '1"" tilt, ,. Court Clerk.

Sale In Valitosta Ga. on Sunday. Anderson Jr., was among/ the men and Mrs. Edmond Tenly >> 4t 1111'O'I'If..1 | mlil. Complaint will be taken. an. eon- Hy 10112| StIllS\

SluJents from the U. of K. who receiving a special' award for outstanding Joan and Sonny. visited Mr. and Al'lHtHVlurlilni teased. hy notice ymi.Thin 'Hlmll ho publlktieaonce

''IN THE NEWS were veilingtheir families over service for the year. yEt,. C H. Walters In Jacksonville is ..lr..1t (..,iirt TO. lt.adr.I VnuntW. each week for four. ,..".....'... lvii IK YOU KNoW ABOUTROACHES
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the weekend were Sue Blgrgs Kon- Mrs. Janie Avery returned Sat. Sunday afternoon.Mr. In Ii.eta bnnrrr>. .. week. In the liraclfont, County Tel.graph. .
Plaintiff. v .
: aid Andrews Harold Davis JonnnDlnkina. urday after visiting her sister and Mr*. L .F. Chapman of Percy ,A Van, Vnn Noxlrnn NontrHn. fem1nnt, n..t.,1'. this I toth day of. October
Tom Harding and Bert Mrs. Erline Bu.sey, In Atlanta Gli.I the State Farm returned\ Saturdayby ('11.:0//" 8720Nnllrr 1951.UH'"rMCIAT.'. :
cd Cone of Jacknon- Mrs. V. S. St. John and Miss Newcomb. for ten days. Mrs. Bm'"(>,,. a for. Way of the Great Smokey To %psear. .. ill..t" T.t A.Circuit.t. 'Thorns rourt.ny \Vhon, you right nwii h. r- try
jl wlm' of the
To l'rc'y A, Vnn :Ncmtrnn. 0' Clerk .
Moore of Lake CityilllJId I I Alice St. John attended the Grtuii Margaret! Rone Duncan vialted mer resident! of Starke. Is runninga Mountains after spending three rvHltlnnc'f.: IH: lnUiiown.Yon Mvrtle T Heaver. neputv, 'lerk I lo u"t rid <>( that them all' not> an Ju hit t
; guests of Sen. and Matron's visit at the O. E. S. meetIng her cousin. Sue Duncan In Gainesville I convalescent home In Atlanta.Mrs. weeks at Mrs. Chapman' form'rhome ate haroby not I rii t Iliat It 1018| O 1112 withiniiv 1 kill the few fir dust. 01 ynii I hat walk

ia tins In Callahan Monday evening.The over, the weekend. W. F. Godwin was hostessto in Fairfield Tenn. They 1 unit I "li for>n linnin Divorciunit. rini.* been rexmratlon fllvit. nwnlttHtyou I cifnial I MtTICM 'I'U1'1''': tilli .Into .a in-wrier, by ",','Id..nl
T F Hutto ot St. Johns were overnight Mrs. B. C Holtzendorf pent the Canasta Club Tuesday eve- were accompanied on the trip by I In t 1%.' nliov* itiunpil, I'onit nnilIIIUMP % Clreillf, Court, llrmlf.iril CnllMlv.Klorhlnl .
i rl! weekend guest (Hiest/; or Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Jones the weekend with her mother Mrs. j ning. Mrs. Mattie Gahagan was 5flinvited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chapmanof nn,t you are rmpilri'il., to serve In t hniieery.Mary Andrew K3DK .'
\l.c 01l'I..lntlrf.,
i vn. -
l'I..II..trI. H. Kn*
in Callahan.Mr. a ci"l'y of your annwfir or I '
L. S. Hutto. R. Koolbvck In Jasper. guest.\ Orlando.Mr. .. I Ihf rimipliilnt on I h.> rinlnllff"AltnrnxvM ) TJ. N.'n.. l efenilint, i KIJ4LER
ti and Mrs. P. S. Hullo of Juniper) Ja|>. !SjlveMrU.. :Sat., Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Harper and and Mrs. H(>neo' Garcia and rtoth..ti-ln A Wnrr.n. inn.. |-0"" No R734nCh' 114 HIFI'EILENT

Savannah Ga., E. P. Ritter of 1'(1 CIIH .\m.t raU..., IJICnMI nun I.mlliim laughter Miss Annetta harper of daughter Vivian returned Sun Ntnllh and 11..11 fCc I .<\Io'tr.HIP' '.Ift'k..onvlll.)I'I..ln..1. l I'In I .,Inn Klorlrla of-- 'To, :"Andrew TII %plesr.|,. :nH..n. wtume. red-I rtoni-hen eat It I Ixi-aune they like

Hamlet N. C. and Mr. and Mrs. ( Nut.-At :SlMrunkMrs. ; Jacksonville were Sunday guests day from a nine day vaeatHn tripto fliof the C'li-rk nf the r'lr.-lllt dene* l.: 1.UO Hlwh Street Hprlnw-, It. Thi-y dry ui nnil d.eInf.. : tc/ ''
T. P. Hutto of Jacksonville were A. L. Alvarez is getting of Mrs. Janle Avery. Key West, Miami. and Tampa. Court on or -foro tha lith clay ofNovombir flolil Oh In; usa. :Nuii-polfunoiii4 to man and
hut I
: llir.l.. ; olht. >rwl I a. thi> .11.- Vmi, hro hereby nil 1t",1 I n
_ among( the out-of-town relatives along n* well as can be expected Mrs. W. H. Smith.! Miss Joann Set. and! Mrs. W. B. Cowling of HiillonH. of xnlit omplnlnt I will I I I l ho milt for 1 mvorce, property, rights, "l5c
I attending the funeral of John Red. following a serious In Smith and Mrs. Sam Andersonwere Ft. Monmouth, N. J. are visitingMrs. taken n.. .oonf.miHi1" (hy you. no ha* )len fllerl I a..alnt I von In. and 25c Pkgs.
I operation Thin notlrphull I I I tie pnltllKliPilonrt I I the above named Court and inline
grave Thursday of last week. St. Vincent's Hospital last week in Gainesville on business Dowling'a mother. Mrs. Mae nfirh' wweti fi.r four rnniiflriillvi'w..fk nnil yon am required. to *......,. n i-nov al
I Mr. and Mrs. Welch of Dude While Mrs. Alvarez Is In the hospital Tuesday. Edwards, and other relatives .. In the Ilrnitfont. C'ounly 'r..I.tr.ftl.h. ..- of vour nnwcr or pleading lo the.nomplnlnt Sistrunk Feed and

City visited their son-in-law and her daughter Mias Lucille Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson entertained while Sgt. DowlinK has a 15-day listed.. t thin' nth ,I.". of (OitohfM1ISt.. Iliiy' nn Helden.the Plaintiff*Hclden Hullillnir* Attorney. ,
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Law- Alvarez Is staying with her slater at a dinner party Wed. l..HVe. (OVl"lr'l t. } A J. Thorn., 1 navtonn. Tleach. Vlorlda' nnil rll"! Ihnorlvlnnl Seed Co. .t\ J]
and Mrs. nesday evening In celebration of I Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Marshall ("I.,rl "f thr I'lrcult I I ,',ii rt.By III the office. of the Clerkof ,11"
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son family the Owen Jacksonville
over weekend. Dyol, In
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Myrtle, T. IVnvor, Drpnlv ("- 'k the "'o'ull 1'110'1' on or beforethe STAKKE
1 Airmen H. L. Gray. Ed Eberly she can visit her mother every the birthday anniversary of their and daughters Sandy! and Mary 10111 4t nil 12lh i1,,v of November lOll ; olherWN rmliirt
Turner. Helen' of .. .sal, Cnm- MfR. by MrPliall :
daughter Mrs. Robert Apalachicola spent theweekend | th Mentation of *
G. O. Scott and C. D. Baker returned day.Friends \ 'OTH ll-I:;) t PPM 'II pliilm' will lie taken ... eonfeeilItv Orlando Flo.
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to their homes here Sunday after of Mrs. II. A. Dinhop Jr. Miss Melba Strlngfellow and her with Mra. Marshall's parents In Clrfnlt f....... llrn.iroril t'nunlr. you.ThIs .
six months and two weeks will regret to hear that she received fiance Inman Green, were the Invited Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland. Inrlflnl' In 'fcniipvrr. notice .lllM tie! putlllHhellones I !
guest Sandy and Mary Helen remainedfor l.lllliin 0,slIer' llori..itn. I'Iii lntft, V"Thonnl each week for four enitsplitlveIAAAAAAAAAAASAAAAAAAAAA
training the U. a painful I eye injury last .
on S. S. Coral Sea : *. lormiin, Pifrmlnnt.r
_ II I/I In the Mediterranean. Following Saturday when while riding/: In the ; Among those planning to attend' a week's visit with their I Nn. H7SOVnllia .........LA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA77"S .
the 1951 'American Legion National grandparents.Mr. To %r'i'pnr*
she
a short leave the men will be stationed car. stooped over to pick up 1 To:; 'Fhni.a llorin 8n. whom" r..I.|
In Miami from Mon and Mra. R. S. Waadln and
at the Jacksonville Naval something on the floor and! hit Convention rtvnrn. nncl addresS In. IftTH Fat: SlatStreet
Air Station. her eye on the ashtray. day the 15Ui to Thursday. the 18th daughter Linda visited Mr. and Irrnoklyn.. Nnw York.
Mrs. Lester Crews of are: Dr. and Mrs. A. y Covlnnton/ Mrs. Leo Edward in Fernandina Vnu *n' > hrnliy, nntlflril Hint nult
Shrubs and High *. for nivorna. nnrl ountfiilv. *nilcnhtrol
_, Evergreen, IflolaPyraniithtlla Springs was hostess to the Presbyterian John Godwin Mrs. W. F. Godwin Monday of .I..r. rhllil has hntm fllortitnlnut KOCH'S AGAIN !
Biota Aursa aba Young Woman's Circle at Henry Godwin Mr. and Mrs. Cliff G. S. Newcomb attended the von In the above nainprli .
,
l"'dOt'arpu.laId! Rushy Trimmed.At "iirt" iinit niini nil ) you nr'* ri -
Mr. Mrs. A. J. Thom Coca-Coin convention In
and
her home Thursday evening.Mrs. Hazen managers ijolri-rt' lo iirrvn' 1.o"y" of your nnpwr .
ric Service, SiHtninlw L. D. Vining Is leaving Friday as. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham New Orleans from Sunday to or' nli-nrttnir lo the ..,,,,,.,''n'tTh.r. For

G. W. Hazen of Brookcr Is visiting the 19th for Atlanta Ga. for Lex Green, and Mr. and Mrs. ,Thursday.Mr. .

_nd Supply his daughter Mrs. A. I K. Me- an extended, visit with her par Michael Gilhooly. Local Patrolman I and Mr*. Jesse Newsome,

'on KITE KInney. this week. ents Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Joiner. Q. A. Fillingim will be on dutyin sun John Mack, and daughter rm1iN'Pev 9
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Middletonare Mrs. A. F. Sauls returned Wednesday Miami the four days. Miss Evelyn Newsome, will spend

Starke, Fla- expected home Monday after after a month's visit with Mrl and Mrs. Frank Caslleberry I from Wednesday to Sunday of next

spending ten days at the Middle- her son-in-law and daughter Mr. of Auburndale visited the Lawson 'week In Atlanta Ga. where they ')Mu'cY S

ton camp at Cedar ICeys. and l Mm. J. W. Prather In Pasadena -1 families over the weekend.Kverett will attend the wedding of Miss !

Calif. McKlnney Is In IlaytoriB Loin Newsome to Bob Barrett on

The Itrldfl'. Gifts. : China Cry. and lUmndl till week on business Friday! evening.Cpl. .
tal anil 1 "Silver Her rlnwen pattern. MlxB Beryl Holland nf Gainesville Jack Hall of Camp Picket,

IaiITh7MIi Th> nrl....'.. Shoppe, 303: W. !Madlmin. and Capt. Ed Sharon of Utah Va. nailed with the 43rd Divisionthis

I'hone 2H4-.1., formerly of Camp Blandlng were week for service with the armyof COSTUMES1.98 2.49 2.98
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Ray and Mr. visitors of the Harry Mootys Tues occupation In Europe. -

and Mrs. Roy Ray of Chattanoogn day. Miss Sarah Williams Western
Dedicated To Community Service Tenn. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. 1). K. Knight and. Hollis V. Union Telegraph"" clerk Is vacationing .

"Movlea! Are Better Than Ever" Richard Ray and, Mrs.. Volley Man Knight ace: spending the weekend for two weeks In Detroit Mich
In Lakeland. visiting Mr. and Mrs. visiting friends., Mrs. H. A. Itlxhop .

)NLYIIi ning.Mrs.. W. A. Fischer of Orlandowill Charles Larsen. Jr. Is taking her place duringher MASKS -- 5 1 0 29 49 59 79c

;.!2-;;. Tues., Wed. Oct. 16, 17 attend the Methodist Churrn Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns' and absence. ,
formal opening on Sunday and family and their guests Mr. and Mr. and, Mrs. T. S. GUchrlst and

also be the guest of the L. D. Vln-. Mrs. C. N. Christy of Augusta Ga. daughter/ Elsie and Carolyn of JJ
ings. The Vlnlngs will also haveas spent Sunday In St. Augustine; \ and Ocala were Sunday guests! of Mr _

their /guests :Monday, evening:'I Daytona Beach.' and Mrs. Leslie Biggs. I

Rev. and litre.'0. C. Powell of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyers of )'ih)355W JACK-O-LANTERNS -- 15c&29c
Wales. Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs Tom ,o'I'U'I'1 '1'" t PIKillIn
Circuit. ,
Court llrnilforil Cimntr
Friends, of Mrs. H. E. Tucker Casey of Starke spent the weekend Kliirldiit In Chnneerr, .', Something About A
will regret to hear that she has at the Weeks' cottage onKlngsley .l Mnry Katherlna Htufireon 1>,,"'n.l. Greyhound That MaScts it Hit
been hospitalized In the Jacksonville Lake. ant. ,.II.... No. 7JI:
r Naval Hospital for the past Mr and Mrs. W. H. Thomson aIl.'e. '1'.. I pieuir. Napkins 19c Table Covers 19c
f' and children of Montlcello visited .* Toi) Mary Katherine Hturireon, FRIENDLY
week from ,
sustained
PI"-e I IROO Injuries when who** reHldenea: I ic: On.. liareltAvenue !
she tripped at the top of a flight I the F. F. Stump family over the Caribou. Maine I
AND of stairs at the office where she i weekend. Little Evelyn Thomson You nre here),? notified hint 1IIUIt \ Way to Travel!
: was employed at the Green Cove stayed over for a longer visit with for TMvnrea has ntiova been named filed Hats 5c & lOc Horns 5c & lOc
1 CAMERON WAYNE MORRIS BKalnt von In the TAMPA .. . 3.25 -
I Springs Naval Base and fell the her grandparent, Mr and Mrs.! Court and rnua, nnil you are' re- ,
... of your *n- NT. ACUtTHTINKASIIKVILLK! _
l's III-, SIll Ian full of Stump.Mr. qlllred to Nerve a copy 1.201
length the stairs. She
received .'. or pleadlnto' the complaint" '
_.___ L- e.I:1:0' J a fractured nose several and Mrs. W. J, Studstlll and An ewe the IMalntlff Attorney Znch II. : N. O. 0.5ft
...._";.::."::.=:.-:.:.'.:'.:.= ;; :: .-;.. teeth knocked loose and severe daughter Cheryl, visited Mrs.StudHtlir Dourla' ., Florida lion '...n'h, and 11,11 file ltIng.the' orlirlnl ..laekponvllle. $ -- MIAMI ___ .'.. ._ ___- 8.M'' Plates '- 19c Cups .. l ilk

k body brulsesj : ]Mrs!' Tucker returned mother Mrs. Alma l In the office of the Clerk of the KY.Y1':1'1'' _._. ,.-- 0.45
_ Plus "KingI''II.'r" Short and to her homehere Wednes Johnson in Mlddleburg over the Circuit Court on or Sefora. the t2lh ST. PETKKSIIUHO .. 3.10ATLANT.
flAy of November, ISRIj: otherwln -
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_ S New* .* day. weekend.Mrs.. the sh'.thnMa? *nlit. '("...n"lal..t I .\. (A. ._-.-- 6.85 '
11 Kadar 1'atrol" andNight" Kaleagnii\ / Frullliuuni.; GardeniaFlorida. L. D. Green and Mrs. Bertha Will ". taken ft* eonfedflerl hy you. Confetti lOc Noisemakers lOc
< leyera, JaponlrauAt Pearce attended the Metho- This notice' shall h.. tillhllheillee NKW: YORK: CITY ... 19.6UJoL.NU '
Cartoon dist WSCS state conference In each week for four ineeutlva : __ __ __ 1.8(1( :
"SlxlrunkiMrs. weak In the Mradfori. County Tlile-
Thur., Fri. Oct. 18, 19 C. C. Stanton and Miss Tallahassee from Tuesday tn irraph.Tuned. UINTKK" : IIAVKN 3.70
n.Oct.. 14,15 Peggy Stanton of Thursday. Mrs. Green 1 III a district this ftth ,Inv of October. 1991 PI'NM\I.\' 7.05
Hastings were (OFFICIAL HKAt.) A. .T. Thoma,
1 Sunday visitors of Mrs. W. B. officer and Mm. Pearce represented r of th* circuit I Court.y PLUS -- PARTY DECORATIONS
I l\fyrtl..I. : rI" T.. Ziga $j.I. Round
{ Alexander and Miss Wilma Alexander the local society.K. : T. l teaver, Iieifuiv clerk s ai 1',1"
julia| 4t illS
G. Duncan will
attend the an-
nual Standard Oil Co. banquetand n'I'"'''' TO 4PPK tl GREYriOU.'O: BUS STATION
j.4 Mrs. Lester
Crews of }High
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Cleenjlff | .Ft. llrnilforil ( onn Springs spent from Sunday to weekend party at the ROOHCvelt l"hoIIe.' In '...n.......?.
Wednesday. with her mother Mrs.J. Hotel In Jacksonville this coming ,j': nil...."....."... Plninllff.' v. Kath-. I AVE.Iihh74JI': DRUGSTORE
M. Mltuhell. / weekend. The party Is formembers fyn M HnrdcBKtle' t..r"n1n"I.Cn .
*., No. 117Iti
SI I Mrs. Y A. Harris of Gainesville who have been with the ,tl..*e 't'.. %niienr.To Koch's
CoUpSA PCIUfl and her company for 25 years or more. Mr. : ; Knthrvn M linrrtrnHtte.. whoa
grandson Harrisof
Jerry : :
EDMOND UZABETH .
,
I Duncan has reuh1"n.> nnil aililre, ** Iw I'nknnwn.You .
# O'BRIEN-SCOTT Washington, D. C. and a student been with Standard, are hereby notified that II
% at the U. of F., spent the Oil for 27 years.Attractive Hlllt. ,' for TXviiree ha. been fll'Knln ,...I
li v MOORE I weekend with the Lex Greens and breakfast si'tp.'" furhrlilcH. Ciiurt*. .t and voit. cause In the anil. Ah"you...areIllrort .nm..1 r.I" _ _ _ _ .... -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-vv.vvvv---------,---vvvvvvvvyvvvvvvvvyvvvv.v.vvyvvthre's ----- '

; Q. J. McGriffs. :New ntjln rrynial. R..a.- to ....w, n ,.nril> "t V..,,, Bnwer I
I Marco Jarago/ of Starke recently I able prlrex. The nrl...,',. Hhoppc, or' nleadlnm' to the eomplnln"n '
TICHNKOIO* the T'lnlntlrf' Att."""' A. .r
803: U'. Matlll"... '
.. 'bought the Herman Claunen phone 281-J. ,.
Frenhman Cartoon homp Tkornas. .Fr. Shark KlorMn, .",,1 Forclomatlc
I'lunrutUn' on the Dog" Cartiw on U. S. Route 301. Mr. and Mm. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Hounds.. of the. 'irtlnai, l ,In t*.. offlc* of ih, why
I .... .. .
: Palatka 1"1. nf < Clreulr f.mrt. nn itr h
were weekend. of I
Clausen have moved .to Mount Ver.non. guests th* I3lh day of N.< ,"..mill., 1151"iherwl
Mr. and Mr. S. K. Smirk '
N. Y. I '** the allea-ntlnnx of *alinmMiHinl ,?
Mrs. Robert Turner entertained Mr. and Mr*. Lonnln Sullivanand I' will I>e taken a* conlennrl

I I at a family dinnerparty Sunday Mr. and Mm. Ray Maprl have This tov' ,.n... shall he nithllfhe them all in th !
honoring the birthday anniversary moved to Johnston S. C. where I I rtnea ......'i.k: ; fur It,,, Pflhi.CcitICSFREE | puis past
Mr. Sullivan and Mr.
of her father-In-law. Roy Turner.Mr. Mapel are .
and Mrs. Edgar/ Stokes. of employed In the nearby Hydrogen

Fitzgerald. Ga. were weekend Bomb plant. For the past year, automotive writers engIneers and owners have been
Mr. and Mr. ,
Will
NOTICEMeat I guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Christ- Andrew of For
Prompt FREE Removalof
mae and family.Mr. New River have purchased the> P. raving about a new kind of automatic driving .
and Mrs. W. H. Agner and D. Reddish hou... on Broad street, Dead. Crippled & Worth.

son, Mickey of Fitzgerald, Ga. formerly occupied by the Bill Til- less Cattle, Horses. !Mules and here's why you get It

I spent the weekend with their son- leys. Mr. and Mr. Ttlley and eon 1 &
Steve. lIop only In Ford Cars __________
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.J. have moved Into the Lon- ___ _

Curing Room is now open T. Prevail Jr. nle Sullivan house on Westmore Call 132, StarkeWE
Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and children land street. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews
'
ake of in the spent Sunday with Mr. and moved Into their new home ALWAYS COME 1
care meat same
your Mrs. Charles Darby and family on Tuesday. i Florida
I Sante Fe Lake. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy of I I Renderers,

dent manner and by the same com- Miss Ruth Edwards, student Augusta. Ga. spent the weekend. I INC.

nurse at St. Luke's Hospital visit. with Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns.Mr ,
tent curing means as for the past led her father and mother Mr. and *. L. A. Davis was In Pen- I

I Mrs. Guy Edwards on Sunday. sacola from Monday to Thursday i

five N. T. Ritch and daughter 'DIanne spending the state convention of ; i #
years. I the U. D. C. Mr. _
of Miami spent Saturdaywith Davis represented !
Mr. Ritch'. mother Mr. Carrie the local W. T. Week'* Chapter, =

I Ritch. Mrs. N. T. Ritch and Mr. and Mr*. W. W. Calne* and __
7
son. Nelson who had spent the daughter Candy are In Atlanta,
SALT CURE past week with her parents. Mr. Ga. this week on business and AW ,/,. power you need when you need It ITha
I and Mrs Floyd Green returned visiting friend and relatives. It gives you Instant "GO"/

home with her family on Sunday. Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Mr. J. W $ems Acne
I Nallt anil other hardware at. Klncaid and Mr. C. C. Hoppe ot'| It practically drives/ Itself

Si'..Funk* I i I Tampa left Thursday for a five-/ )
And SUGAR CURE I Mr. and Mrs. \f. F. Hazen vllllt- I day motor trip. Visiting Jimmy automatic drlva' 10"'. car 0".' you It eloIqu. .

It'd :Mr.. and Mrs. G. B. Tompkins I II Hoppe at the University of the I .ul. the. II.canv..of"gaart.., which Hi odvantaga multlpllat torqua a smooth with. j, re (i ,
I
Coleman over the weekend.Mr. South. Sewanee Tenn. while en. i how of pow. Mi dliadvontaga h a .", all.' .
I and Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. I route i rung of torqua multiplication which '..qui,.. :
3 c PER POUND James Killlan and Joe Truby were Mr. H. C. Broadway and chlldren. no.. pow. from lha angina and an "n._ &f
i business 'I'uitorin_ Jacksonville Suzl and Stevie. aD..nt th" nomlcol o.la ratio which lncr...t so.,..
I -
4- /xfIJ
i Monday. Mrs. Kllltan of Waynesville. [ weekend In Tavar visiting; Mr. _...I.- f ** 75'5ic' : ... Voi'domollc hat a
N. C.. U visiting her brother. Broadway' .brother and' lster-ln- &: l7 QUTlII'o- torque convartar plus automatiC

iJofl. Truby for several days. I law Mr. and Mr. A. i... Bennett.Mr. i OuBgh o 4J gaon. p It brlngt you only Iho
-'-_ __________tfl.=r=--ssetrrrrJSttSt fl Misses\ Sharon Hall and Eliza. and Mrs. J. 8. Sapp vlwlted, Olh.r cart altar an automatIc drlva that -. advantogat of both drlvai.Unllka .
: beth Crawford of Starke and Brad. Mr. and Mr. 8. E. Reyes In Jacksonville automatic geom (lee Illurtrarad In simplifIed can with only a torque
I form at right) InKaad af a torque _". "., (which Mart and cruiia
.OUR ford Lock and John Pierce of Green1Cove on Policy for v..r.
IWS/NESS APPRECIATED f I Sunday. pays Tha advontoga hara .la mora "go," mora con. ; all in ana ...... '.a,), Pordomatlc -
Mr..
Spring spent Sunday In p. D. Reddish Mr. Cecil I aol and graalar ._"'y. Tha dhotfvontaga Martt foil and smooth ,In

-__- ___ 'Jacksonville visiting Mr.\ and Mrs. Sewn and Mr*. Lois John were wLat is stolen b !lout thlt .y.,.... It not 01 mootli, nor atarkfraa Inlarmadloto' Gear then thifli! ,
rsJ rr ssJssrStSrSSC. I Lonnie Crawford Jr. In Jacksonville Thursday of last : or | at a torque convartft.S _ _ _ ,H.alf Into Drlva Gee
I I. H. Hazen of Jacksonville week.

1 visited Mr. and :Mrs. A. E. McKln- Baby Chicks at HI.trunks.Mr. / destroyed. :

1 ney on Sunday and Mrs. Alex Yawn and t our s.tetIonUSED of |
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hardy and I children moved recently from the I A-/

tarke Ice Co. family visited Mrs. Hard,'. par Kitty Andrew. home on Water Charley E. Johns CARS"
ents. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Harry, street to the Presbyterian Manseon .- .&le.S ".. .-" ....... _. fq.4.
I Agency a-. -. .... Ce ...,... .. -.. .dIS.W -
in Brooker SundaylMrs. 1 Cherry Street Mr. and Mra.Libiuih T.C.A.OCT .
.
W L Jones and Mrs. Anna 1 1I Bethea o< Brooklyn N. Pno. .e is 8TAAKE:, P'LA..w.sestJn. ... - -. .. -. -.=.=.--... _.'s'
ne J2 I Laura Neuner of Tampa were Y. have bought the Andrew
Starke FJa. ,guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shep- I house ANDREWS MOTOR

herd last week. One afternoon Mr. and Mr. R. E. Allen and ti':=t' COMPANY
.
:Mr. *. Shepherd and her 'I Phone 118
guest enI i son. Robert and Jimmy, of .. STARE
I I I ... ,.... FLORIDA l\1adiaon
Joyed a visit with Mr. and Mr*. 1 Gainesville are recent guests of & Adams Sts.L .
I JT. R. Jones at Orange Lake. Ij,I I Mr. and Mr* Edmond Ttnly. "-. TM.TMAVCLCn, HartfarO _

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_BRADFORD uuIru"I. OOUNTY -rTI.irnRAPn. STARKE.! !: FLORIDA ______________________-_________________________ FR 10.r.. 0I't...._
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< In the Bradford County Tel' II '
Court ) 9i
Clerk of the on
..,.. ,Hhall be ,.I.'I..cf| by the aal at III..ke. Florida this Septem of October ) & : I
Truby Hodge Mrs. Wilson Russ Mra. Jettye Hazen and daughter "iiuallfled electors of Mid county, b.r 20. 1951.OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. 3. Thomae, the 21th sIleBatlona day of said this. :S7lh day t>>t September

Mrs. Doris Kelly Mrs. Lloyd Mary Frances, attended the Freshman hut nut more than one. tr-u.te. halt ( A. Clerk 0' said Court will b. taken a* conf*. SEAL) A. 3. ..
Thomas II
BROOKER Barry, Mrs. Effie Hodge, Mra. Q football game In Gainesville, ,'om.. for from whkh any ant a founty realdeno Hoard dls.Ir..t I'Y Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk Life Till notice week ahall for four be Clerk of the Circuit Court., I I" Cip.i O'fll.1To t... ""'t
204.0$ Guaranty once each ",
E. Green, Mrs. H. B. Crosby, Mr Saturday night. member .la provided by law. Thepnraonc (Riilldlna'hat. U. flese ja'4taonviile, Florida. weeks. in the Bradford T. Beaver, Deputy Clerk O'kr .,. la.( '.'a.:1Flo'ld. :
Mr*. F. J. 1-rwlit ""
1128 4t
of Alachua iualfl I( .,l to hold auch office 10t9| '
Ceo Unborn. The Roscoe Chessers All%'.. for Pit. 'l 42t tt 10112 h Ii ot 1
and who receive the icreatentnumber "rilued 27th day L. J. III1Za. ,
spent Sunday as guests of Truby.,, this next t, .\
"tI
The for elentlonnf
following raft I
com/nlttees were nf vote 19(1. I NOTICE TO APPK n .:
APPEAR ,
School Accredited npmcd for the annual Hallowe'en John nfl;'! Lubedla Pinholster. truBteea aiiltjeit to the IImltaI "loriCFS Te Bradford County (OFFICIAL SFAI.A.: I..a"" Court llradford County, 101 : 'tJ.u..n
Notification was received by the Carnival V. L. Harrell of Jacksonville ",n. preacilhed. above. ahall serve In Flnrlil(Clrenl In r..a.t.Chancery.Paul ('Irrk of the (" ..... In Ch......,.. NotIce 'rwIt. .. ta.'!\\4.t.\\
: BulahHarrell for the enaulnir tw" rear. an Irna- Ynn Plaintiff ..... Mary lAssie By Myrtle T. Deaver !M. Croaler, Plaintiff va. El- '1' i A '.r.. I.
principal of the Brooker Junloi Cake Walk: Bill Blgham II. B spent Sunday with Mrs. tees for riald. srhnnl ,dlatrlct Themlllaite Defendant. : Crosier Dfndant .... '

High School this week that the Crosby .1. H. Williams. and Mr. and Mr. M. 0 for the .n.ulna tilennlumfor Yon Caee No. 8t11 Case No. 809 n" "l L ii
nald Spedal Tax B(hool nt.1.I..t Circuit Conrf. .
school has been placed on the Ac King: and Queen: Mr. J. A Harrell. Number I i hnll nlxo be votedon -i.llc.*Mary Tn Appear.1..1.. l Ton. whose residence In .'..r?. :*Elsie To Appear.MoCann' rVonler, whoa* Newi.YO"'t I ,

credited List by the State Department Parker Mrs. Bill Blgham Mrs. M Mrs. Doyle Hazen spent the and determined at the fame time, To: and address let Unknown. SaWThoma'a1: 11 Unknown. .

J of Education. The Brookci D. Harrell. weekend In Montgomery. Ala. with\ aa, prescribed..f Puhllc by Inxtriirtlon law The I ..Countyflonrd I In arcnrdanr T..II are hereby notified that a n. Thoma., D@'f'nd"nt.C.. ," are hereby notified that n "Kilit ,,
has ,
flied Divorce been filed
been for
School Faculty, as well as the Carnival Goods: Mrs. Locs her brother Dewey Ward. due U with the provlalona of a-riluat-ult for you Divorce In the has above named Order Of Publication %.. you In the Above named "I"'d C"'I .

friends of the school, take pride Whitten. his illness. Section S.10.33 (12)) (a ). liorld.M'hel .. Court and eausnd. you ar* r..- Appear "UTA-IB" OF and cause and voii are re- Ow. ,I. ,, ,,.4
Motts SundayIn Laws, 1fl4'l.) line determinedhut qiiiied,, to servo a copy of your anwr llenrv II Thomna. > hr> ,] tocrv* a copy of :your. an- on II ii
in making this announcement Country Store: Mrs. Pearl Cain. The S. M. spent the "minimum ,nllln... nanniiment or pleadlnir to the complainton and address la, nr nlfSilln tn the complaint. D"'Ie', .
since State Accreditation has been Milk Bottle Gamp: Rasty Mann Gainesville with the Mike for the ennulnir, hlennliini, for tinPlaintiff's Attorney: A. JThoniaa You nre reoolrcel to rialntirf AttorneV. Xach, If : .10,"; ,
the nilpport and maintenance orall Octnher Z9 18(11( In the I r I
,
Jr., Starke. Florida and *. NOD I.vncll .rf.,
a paramount goal for the past J. H Williams. Tllghmans. t th. public iirlioola within the rile 'UK' orlirlnnl, In the office of the Court nml ..a"." .. I *. Florida and Tlnlldlnll'/t / th... C"
several years. Accreditation wat Fish Pond: Mrs. Leslie Green. Mrs. G B. Colson with Mrs. J nld iimtrlft to .heIHxtilct : 'I Clerk of the Circuit Court on or b- "eeka divorce. nllmonv In the offlc nf the 2''ih' i ,
made possible by the combined K. Douglas and Mrs. R. A. Green Vi>. I Current, School fur. the 22nd day of October 1951 : ford County Tel!..irrnph ... Court on or before the th... :\i:
Building Committee H. B. .
: Fund (C I Mlllalilotrl't this Order In next four
ntliTWlae. the allegatIons of paid diiv of October 1fil( ; ntherwlae will' .
efforts of County School officials, Crosby, Howard Wait, Rev. Ear) of Sinrke was shopping in Jacksonville > Vo 1 nulldlnn. & niia n- Complaint' will b* taken as con. a".. allegatiOnS of aald Complaint 'rl,. 't'

Brooker school faculty and the Willis Bill Blgham Edgar: Dukes last Friday.The serve Fund :9 Mills of. holdlnir. said feMMcil by you. Wltneeimv hand and l h. taken IIa confeaaeit by voti. onc.. S
For the this
purpoM notlc shall b* publlxhadoncn at SlrkFlorida, notice hall, h* puhllxhcd .
Brooker PTA In removing certain Advertising: M. D. Harrell. John Shaws of Lacrosse ".h.ct inn In eiic'h "f I the .nlln,. l>.... This each week for four eonaeoutlve 22nI. 1051.OFPT'IAt. etch week for four ponaecutlvn, Wenk'L'j

deficiencies and adding material Food: Mrs. Ernest Edwards. visited the Roy Green family Sun ,.'110"I' the county, the followlnttlerka weeks In the Bradford County ( 111'AI.': A. > In the Hrndford County Telt- IdOl 1
appointedKlecllon : "t
and Jnsi'ct.dre niu A. Clerk
and equipment making for an Parade: Mrs. O. J. Mott. day afternoon. Prwlmt N'" 1 1-I.II..I.v.: Icg-raph.HMI'' ,',I till. lith day of September Pv Myrtle T Denver. )">.. Ihln7th day of September. 1911.OFFI"( .
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter of Clerk. Tmrbv Oa''-I ., |
Grady rrennett .
Improved school program. The Carnival will be held In the I, Troy lti'l.!! (run n ITee20405 [
kin., Hhlpman Hni'P. II. ('. Hurleyliertlon I J. Thomaa. Tlf.. T Ma- .Tn,'kuyilfe I :
I'T/V Merflng<< downtown Jacksonville visited the Pitt Bax loKFICIAT 111'AT.A. ( Tj SPlIA J Thornac, By Jlf)
area on Saturday. Oct I'reclnct No 2 N. HtarKa |
: Clerk of the Circuit Court Atty for rif. l Clerk ot the Circuit Court
The regular meeting of the ters Saturday night. Fal mown. ('I..k.11"'"'' Moore, I E-y Myrtle T. Beaver Deputy Clerk -
27.A Raud Crews spent Monday In T. n. Wllllama, Nut Williams tj.t 4t 10H| -.OTICR OF ,prf.r \
a,' Brooker PTA wan held ThursdayS motion was 'made that the Flci-llim: I'ri-rln-t No .l.Starke,
night Sept 27, In the school ca e. church and school combine their High Springs' with his son, Don ale n. K P.-mot'eut ("lerk, P. I.. Hrlilwva, TH'T HKnKfV'T l'rFINOTICR >( : Men
" Crews and family. B T>. .l. rrnaliynirllnn -iOTICB TO APPKAlf Itnldree the ,'. I ALVAREZ'R.B.ALVAREZ&SON STORE g OuthIt,
terla. Homeroom Mothers selectee'by Christmas party this The It C.
year. 1 Vrfrlnrt No. 4-.flrnham. ,n (Irciilt onrt. llmilford County, hi, Estah1iohet :
the teachers to serve for the motion was passed by the school Vance Russ of Lake City visited! Onrit HIv..rK. rl-ik. John MrKlnnv Hi...". M Wallace. Plaintiff' v*. Jaa certificate followingcertificate for a tie*

1951-52/ school year are as follows: I Mrs. Wait president, reminded friends here recently. terry Dvai John 8urrnryKl : per 1. Wallace, Defendant No. 860itlc ",.....on. The .... .
: ,otlnn T1relnrt No. B-llrtmp Case
The Nathan Baxters of Gainesville of Issuance.
Mrs. O. J. Matt, Mrs. tl. S. Anderson the Association'that: a flake Bait ton I... .1. Wynn, (Clerk 1(. n Wattrann. \. To Anpenr.T anil Year and
Mrs. Mildred Harrell Mrs. L for Uie PTA will be held In connection visited his father, G. W Mr.. M C. Sweeney, John ,,' Jaaper. !-<. Wallace, vhoaoreeIdcn'e tlon In hfc.h"l: properly wna .aaaeaaed ;
HOok. mono la: car of Daniel's Inc.,
A. Mott, Mra. G. W. Davis, Mrs with the Rummage Sale Baxter Sunday.ISTATE Kl-rtlnn:! Precinct' No. Threaaa, 317 naat (Collev Avenue York low CertifICate.' No S. Tear TRANSFER
being "sponsored by the Fire De IV. .a. .Blhl-v' m..rk. Arlnm' 1CelMv.. I'ennaylvanla ;
I 1140 De.crlptlon
June ,
___ partment Auxiliary MreJ.l': D 'kln.ol1, Mra. p. If: You are hereby notified that a tv RW H\ nf JSW14 & A STORAGE (
. wjI. ---- on Saturday Co4'hrane.1lertion. suit for Divorce bee been filed a*
Sept. 20, at Coition's Store FARM Precinct' "'n. 7-VewIver riiln-t you In the Above named Court NV7M 7 5nuihflnnge" r>r Rd. Section 20 ..1.. l r5S --'-. ._ .
After M. T,. John..*. Clerk, Hcddlahpdrewa ami cauaa and you are required toaerve Aa.. ed b
the meeting refreshment Name In which ea" :
-.-. 1&.:: Frank Tnmllnaon, Jay a copy of your anawr orpleadlnar ::: ----71
' J TOM were served by Mrs. Everett By Mrs.. Bryan Whit field (oody. to the .complaint on thePiaintiff'p tO !:...tltl""I" No 1. .. ..... I TTB.ALVAREZ'C-SON 'e
Galney Mrs. Earl :Willis and Mrs I Klectlonrctnct. : June 1, .
Jackaonvllle. inca i.;. J lieg
T,. .1. (Rainl (Cre\v, Clrk, ..T."r.. per, 221 draham Mulldlnir. T.ota 13. 14. '
I O. J. Mott.Sunbeam Stafford Ruby ellv. Howard nnuKlaa. K. T. Florida and file the originalIn Town nf Property of New, River. "' ... ::1-I': "MOVING..... .. .... anhuhmreiit
) the office of the Clerk of the Clr.oult --
I Bund Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stafford Hlew..t. T *vnahlp 8 South 4) f"
I Court on or before the 22nd tIny 94. <
n The Poard nf Public TnatructlonIiradforil
, "\ The regular meeting of the announce the birth of a daughter County Florida nf October 19R1I: otherwla the Raat VamIn which :

. '\ r.O[' I 1 [1 Brooker Baptist Sunbeam Band I Margaret Elaine at their home on ......:.- lOft| ot ns:: allea-atlona b* taken aa of confeaaod ald Complaint by you. will knnwn.All of the paid ".. 'on."tl'.k.'

\ I' was held at the home of Mrs. Bill Tuesday, October 2. No'rrrFl TOn "rrJl1AR Thla notice' ahall b* published the County of

, :t I Bigham on Wednesday Oct. 3 Mtork Shower : Clrenlt C'otirt. Bradford CoantTtInrlilal ., once each week for four conaecutlveweeka FI..Ila.t.'nleta aiich ..... ... 8705151a

After the program refreshment Thursday afternoon October 4, I liarlea" fit Cnpraro Chaneerr.\ Plaintiff Va 4, gre ph. III the Bradford County T.I. flcaten ahall b* ... ..... '

: ': -- were served to the group by Miss Mrs. I.. E. Mosely was honored Mary I'atrlcla Capraro. Defendant.Cna TOuted. this 17th flay of September. In Inor aiirh tn law certificate the nr Agents For

Martha Willis and Mra. Bigham with a shower at the home of No. 11707otlef 1101OFFICIAI will be Hold 1 to the hl .
To Anpear.To ( SEAL) A. 3. Thomas, .
1 Attending were Patty Blgham V Clerk of the Circuit Court at hue Court house nn the DELCIIERBROS.
Mrs. \ A, Kirkland. Cohostesseiwith Mary Patricia Cnpraro, whoa month nf :< .
In the
dnv
" fO'l- Danny Parker Swlnn Thomas Mrs. Kirkland .ealdence lat, Hrlirnnlere. Oroomaottava Ey Myrtle T. D avr. Depuf' Clerk of .
were Mrs. which la the 6th day See
siI
4t
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riordnn '
(] Hampxhlre" Hngrnl C
I Jerry Willis William Harrell Dave Thornton and Mrs. Mack 1951 of
Dated this Rib day
I Mary Jane Blgham Ann Galney Sweat Lovely arrangements of avarl..ty You are hereby notified that n 'O'rH'.l 'I'U u'r.1'II
",lit for Dlvorc. ruetody, of minor ..... 1961'A '
I Linda Gale Green Jackie Matt of Fall blossoms used I In f Irciilt I .t. llrndfortl County, .T. )
were hlldren, etc baa been filed ,
h'lorldnt In 4 honcery. Clerk of
Juhv Frances Tetstone Jean Endicott In decorating. Following, entertaining aralnat. you In the above named IMwnnl: J. P-lron, Plulntlff, vs. An- nf Bradford I I
Sonny Tetatone Gene Edwards contests a beautifully Court and caiia. and yru are ne.quireI glut lOran U"f@ndnnl.Ca.e F10r'' '", I FREE INSTALLAT1
to nf
serve a copy your anwer No. 8698Notice ,
yI and Dickie Davis. The next decorated basket filled with or pleading 1 ; to the complaint
I gifts To .'","...r. -
meeting will be held on Oct. 17 an 1 th* Plo Intlt' Attorneys: Evan 'I',. whna ,,, I
<< was presented, to, the honoree. Aniilla Illron, residence tIrciilt Court "'
'. ,, and all children between the age I Refreshments! consisted of cake P1'107. Kvana Law Kxcbanir and Neal: Putldlnic D; T'' vana, Juckonvllle. Jr-, ,lit....,Jianvem Mnaa. Stat Hoflpltal Vnn.v. ..1.rlilnt. I In>. (Clancy..hnncerr.M'llllam I ION ANY GAS RAN

,, of four and nine are cordlaly In | with Coca-Colas. Florid'"$ and file the orlirlnIn V.",, are hereby notified that Elisabeth :Marl dane
vlted. In the office of the Clerk nf the Milt fur Divorce, cuntody of ".1 ( i <
Accompanied by their dinner Circuit Court on nr heforo the bth "hlldren, etc has h..ell. Order Of Publication. And. I I Purchased from
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: S/on/
Cooking Dcmnimtratloii day of November, I*>51 olh".I.elh. our
'1 guests Mary Rivers Stubbing, Mr. ; nffaluit you In the above namedNnirt Anpenr !MT-TB;] OP i
A "cooking parry", conductedby I and Mrs. Alex Yawn and their ,,leiratlnn1" of paid Complaint" \ will ( and entice an,1 you are required Elizabeth Marl (" I ,
I h. taken na ronfenHed by you. to aerva a copy of your anw 1 reeldnnc li: Box 12. I II
Cold Weather'sCOMING Mrs. Mary Dally, home economist sons, R. J. White Jr., Mrs. Cath. Thin notice ahall b* publtahad >>r nr pleadlntr to the tiomptnlnt Alabama: Octoki
during
; for Clay Electric once each week for four, conpeoutlvoweek. 'the Plaintiff William I to
Coopcraj j lerlna Kuhn and her son, Richard 'In the I'Vadfoid on Attorney, You are required

Live, was held at the Community all of Starke Mrs. J. B. Caldwell Tei"graph.l'atd County Tack-onvllle D :Morir-n.. 5D7 Florida( cinrk and Pulldlnir tile the, October named Court 29th, and 19S1, cam In

Center on Wednesday Oct.oj |I Mrs. J. Q. Caldwell and Misses this 3rd day of October. original 'In the office of the Clerk of plaintiff aeek dlvnrc

Mrs. Dally prepared a meal tc i Peggy and Frances Caldwell wentto SM.OPFI'IAfj. SRAI: A. J.1'I,,>m.a. the CircuitCourt on or beforo the29th County Telegraph" shall. .
j I .
dnv of October .
1951 : olhe.'o"' Order In next four
show the group how. to cook eco- the Stephen Foster Memorial Clerk T. of the circuit Court CI..kt011i the alleirntlnnn of aald Complaint 'Wltne mv hand and You pay only lit
fly Myrtle Denver Deputy '
h nomlcallv with electrlctv.' Rov Sunday afternoon.Mrs. | 4t 10126 will h* taken aa confenaed hv you. at Btarke Florida this :' ,
Pettla of the ; Thlnotice ahall ha publlahednnci !S. lOll.OFFICIAl.. price of the noil
Extension
c Agricultural I A. N. Johnson and her : .
(\lwasllas) MOTICU TO APPEAlS each week for four Conaeruutlvew'eke ( fir:. \T.It. ;
Service, gave a demonstration In the Hradford A Clerk nf and
I daughter: Annette of Plant City I. rlrenlt (""...t. Brailtord Count. County Tel. a gas.
. \ on getting the most out of you: arrived Saturday for a week's Florldal' In Chancery.lattla gra ph. Try Myrtle T. Deaver. ..
natrlc' WilliamS Plaintiff Dated thlfl :2th day of September, F:!. K Perrvman, Statke
: DO TIlE SMART electrical equipment by using cor visit with Mr. and Mrs.. L. E n. Richard Alien Wllllama Hefendnt. lOG! Attya. for Plf. | | t
rect wIring. Door prizes and Moseley. Case NO. 1878otice (OFFICHT Fl1'AT.A.. J. Thomaa -
t:> THING ; ", To AiiearTo Clerk| of the Circuit cnu.t'l %nTI".l TO Here is your dm
winners were: Mrs. Earl
toaster Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. W. A. : Richard Allen Wllllama/ whosaealdenc By :Myrtle T. Beaver Deputy In CIrcuit ('f.nrt. II r ml'
Green: Iron Mrs. Rosa PlnhnUter: Knight had as dinner guests Mr. Is Unknown. Oils 4t 10119I Florida' lit Chnno,. to
c' .
.
light bulbs, Mrs. J. W. Thomas you, are hereby notified that a I ,To William plaintiff,
; and Mrs.
J. E. McCormick of Glen '
'I
\'o'rlrF. 'IO APPBiR
Fill Fuel Oil Storage suit for Divorce haa ben fliedegalnet I Wlll.ftmM. O".n".nt. C'
up your surface meal Mrs. Bill Bigham; I St. Mary and Mrs. Lorenzo Grlffls you In the above named In Circuit Inure. Bradford County, ]\of<*<. T.. API**".***. .
(I Tanks now before the deep well meal Mrs. Truby Hedge; and her children of Starke. ('ourt' and ""n... and you are r*. Florlilat 8.. C hnncery.Fred To: Allinw William, Cook with'IjSIadeGasCo
.
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.
'IInl..d to a.rv* a copy nf your an* Kleiner. Plaintiff vs. Concep. donn In: Tloiit 1. I
last minute rush begins In oven meal Mrs. Mana Wiggins. During the weekend Mr. and I ewer or nleadlng. to the complaint clon Rlemer. DefendantCaa Von are hereby )

thin way you will help relieve The Dill Bigham family spent Mrs. Emory Townsend and their ..n the Plaintiff' Attornaya Evnn No. 801)8Notice1 ) nn,It for TVIvorr. bait
'1'. Evans and Neat O.1o .ana. Jr. 103 To Appear.Tr f*,"In.t v"'11 In the "
; our storage problem last weekend with relatives In sons Warren and Tucker of Web. raw Kchanff, Bultdlnir. Jackaon- : Concepclon. Hlemer. whoa Cotirf And rntif.nnd ,

and ahead Dunedin and Tampa.The ster. Mrs.! Charles Thornton of vIII.., Florida; and fll. the original residence la: 2190 Amsterdam Avenue ntilr*<1 tn pi rv n copy
we can plan BO New Toi"'k. N. T ?... ilw.T to the '
In the office of the Clerk of the ( ''I' aver or n
E.
there will always be an adequate J. Hazens of Plant City Dade City and I*. L. Thornton and nlt Court on or befor the 22nd dRY Yon, are hereby notified' that sault on the P.flwHff'ji ...*- c cPhone
attended church at New Hope Miss Margaret Thornton of High n' Octobr 1951 : etherwla. the al. for Divorce and other relief baa roo".I.... BON Lynch \
supply of Fuel Oil on Sunday and visited Mrs. Jettye Springs visitors of and eiratlona of aald. Complaint will b* been filed avalnat you In the above ,.........."..111... l"-n' .."
hand when need it. were Mr. nken "aa confeaaed. by you. named Court and cauae and you are orlvl.' ) 'In t*"> offtr, nf
you Hazen that afternoon.The Mrs. Dave Thornton.Mrs. Thla notice ahalt ba puhllaheilme required to ...rv" a ropy of xouranawer the Ctrnillf.' C/nirf on n..
1 Abe Crosbys and L. R C. D. Sellers was hostess each week for four ennearntlveweeka or pleading. to the romnlalnt '.th ..*v nflotqher. lOOt." I 121What StarkeTh
In the Bradford County Tl*. on the Plaintiff AttorneyWllllnm t>0. f.llft.rnM.-nr if J nil. 1 I
Galney of Jacksonville visited at a Stanley party at her home "renhtvjteil. P. :II.......". 107 Clnrk ThI", will n.*, taken n" rrtnf...B 1 I
!Mrs. I It. P. Galney over the week I Thursday afternoon October. this 20th day of September, I I..... .Tn.-"',.n<-lllc 1 Florlon, and file Thl entire ***.." h' ,
end. istr.OirP'TC1T. ,th\ original I In the .iffl". nf the .n<**> "rh'w..k l for four
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. M SBA1.> A. .1. Thoman.
Mrs. Howard Walt and Mrs. Bill Bradley Sunday were Mr. and Mrs Clerk of the Circuit Court
Blgham attended tho PTA ry IIfy rU. T. Boa,...', V.....t... t'i.k,
w study Jimmie Bradley and their littlodaughter
4t
I PIll| 10112
course nt the home of Mrs.T. H Gloria and Mrs. Vancr _
Slade on Klngslcy Lake lust FrI. < 'oncE TOn Arrrll"
Geiger of Jacksonville.
Circuit 4niirt. llrntirnrri StOl
Countlorltlni onderiuI
; I day. I During the weekend Mr. and' "-' In tonncer?. a ,

There was an Executive Com. Imltt..e I Mrs. R. II. Cox'visited Mr. and flair V. Freney Plalntlrr va. Tietlnla .- '
FUEL OIL :If. Jullano Frenev efendnnt.
meeting of the PTA at the Mrs. Rnlce Bradshaw and Mr. and Case No. 8678

home of Mrs. Bigham Monday Mrs. Gerald Cox and their families 1 "V nil..* To Appear.To .
1 1t..I.I"( M, Jullano
Frenev
KEROSENEPIIONI8t
night/ I In Mount Dora and In Orlando I .ho-e realdenc. and aditr. *** la-
The Jack Simmons family of respectively. I t7H V Nawklrk Strict, Philadel

'j ; Monteocho visited relatives here 1 \onrw TO PPHi, phia.You Pennavlvanla are hereby notified that a Ike

Sunday I IN rirrn.t Inert. 11rIf.rI' County,. cult for Divorce' award of minorchildren Price Tells!
\ Mrs. Lucile Harrell and daughter ; I Klnrl.t*. In C bnrtrrrv.Mauri : ami support money to Tag
defendant has
of Jacksonville *** .I..m..e. Toi h, Plaintiff, vsIl'rnthy bn fllvil airaln-t
spent Sunday In
Ann Toth, 1e.ntnnt.CIee YOU the above namd'otirt
JohnA.TorodeDistributor with the Wade Harrells. :<1<1. flTtaol ( ant caua and you are required .
'1 \ *. T. Af pi..r.Tn to serve a copy of your anwer .
.
The! Clarence ..
Jacksons of Jacksonville
\ rtorothv Ann Tmh who# r*... nr pleading to the complaint
the weekend I Idem. It ... on the Plaintiff. Attorney T. Frank
spent with Ht Vln" nt'n R* tP* t.
I llnrrtnon wpteheet.r County, N, Uandrtim. Htark. Florida. and fll*
relatives here I wYork the original In the office of the
.
... ...
.. .-. --. Mr. and Mr. J. W. Thomas and You ...* h"rbv nr>ttrif" that i for Clerk the nf the l.nd Circuit Court on or h*. --- --
day of
lIt for Plvorn nml rnp''. o.intoilvfind October 1951: @ .
... ,'..ntroI of minor child h... been itherwli the allea'atlon-a of Paid
ftlfd mutlnnt yon In th. shove n.m".1 l 'omplnlnt' will b. taken aa con

Family Out of Town for Vacation? : Court 0tlrd find to irv CAIIP.A unit copy you nf your are "r 10-*. 'e---il This by notlchall you. ) b* published ,

1 I awe r or nlondlnc' tn the nnmnlntnt one nch week for four conacctitlv ,
:Make Your Summer Headquarters I ..n th" flalntlff'n Attornt-vn. evan w-ekn, In the Bradford County Tel.
IT .van. find Nl, P Kvunn, .fr ,.01 graph
at theGUIDON I LAw II..lI.tI 10". JnrkHoni, Ftorldnnnd 1951.O..FICIAL Hated. this 19th day of September,
file' the orlclnul, In the nffl... ot
thn Plrrk of the Circuit Court on ( flJIAIA.. J. Thomaa
I nr before the Rth dny. of Nnvmbvr. Clerk of the Circuit Court
e. GRILL 1"M: othrwlit, thn nIttAtlnni ot( fly :Myrtle T. Beaver rienutv Clerk. -
| Mftld, Cnmolnlnt. will bi taken 4H ...on.t. < '!21It 11'1' -
....**.| hv you 4J .
tAT AT Till BEST I Thin "...,... "h.M h.. 'puhtlph -

P O UO.T: TUB REST one each week. fnr fnitr <*nn.*fM,fIv. l> f ...n'rei..11 ......'.t.TO Hradford APPIfl .
wik In the Hrndford County T*.l",. CoontT. '
.
ritphHnifil 'i..rii.I In r..........,. J: .

OUR 50c LUNCHEON IS STILL THE nEST FOOD 'UI. thlft 41 h day of Ootnh.rOFFTCT4T lohn florntty.M.cKensi H. Itavreuther. nayreuther., Plaintiff' D:y.". ; "4.

HUY IN AMERICA! ( !*FMT.V .f Th mi ". '.nd"n t. I '0qaipmt.
i CVrk of th. circuit Cnurt Cat No. US6
., fly Mvrtl T. 1'.avu. terntv. 'decklI'B Vle. To Aitnear. II
4t tO'24nf To: Dn.'tt MarKenil ".y. I
reilther.nhc,** realdenc* and ad-

'I1C1Tlrr. KITh e.'u'Il dre.a PronS,I.Nw; aoo Tork., Montlcello Avon,,.. fcfumriaW trim tllnittitnl trt wlt/K M r-u>(>wiu>..iie..
a. Hoaed. of PublIc Tntrilotlnnof
ItriMlrnril Cnuntr. You ira hereby notified that a
Florida, hereby .
,all. .. suit for Divorce haa been filed
and Itlv. notlr of a IOI.| -*-I.I
acaln-t '
Plectlun to be held. Tllemlnr you in the abov named alibiAmerica' \
.Novmber 0. tint In on Xneelnl' TnlhoM Court qulrd and to a-rve cause and you are .*. like you to come in and car with a reputation for delivering ........_Prl....1 ,
a WE'D
of \
: < niatrlct Nnmher copy your an.
t of ".A"
II
,, fnrd (County Florida. th. bounlnrle* nn awe the, or pleading' to Ih. complaint. a wonderful story. years and years and years ......a..Prl..d (' ; ::..,.,.",
p'"Vlf .
,
Attorney
FULLY EQUIPPEDthe f the Vnmher Mid. Riieclal 1 helnir Ta.. School......,..I..n.lv.. niarlr ) .. !elden.Reach" Belden Florida, 1Jul14 ing, Dayton Hay First of all, it's the story of a of driving pleasure. GU U'd..."..... 111'100 I gaai'. ...

.% Ith tIn boiindarlea nf the mint Ilia and fll. the great car-a car whose is But there's another .... ., I ."
'C prxurrlbKil' by Pertlon Sao 14. I"LnU.n! offlc. of the Clerk name important'part ,0P ..h. :1 :r.a.r; :Cii
14lorltA,, Pfttt'ife* 1141 H. amehriff .K-th...,.";day'"t Court nf 0" n. befor respected and admired every. of this story you should !Iot.eltl h.ll

most modern and efficient equip I I'""\>'4T'h..I..r flald 117JII.election Law.to .h.of hold Florida a t Complaint:otherwle' the all.l ..October.tlon nf l,nM 9i where In America. We are sure hear: Itt the wonderful stoty Tis. Mess .....u..,..: TbI.dh.; ",

ment available to the profession is ",.....1 pnlllav ntar.* in *ich \..t- (...ed by yon.Thla will. b* taken a. 0010' that the word "Pontlac" means of Pontiac's price! I'ai.iI'ei Bo'"

used by this funeral home in maintaining I'h" prrlnet.,... of ">1 In<*,ftln paid> county tbr... tr-Mten,.<,r th.. .once eneh notice week hail for four b* published something distinct and differ For this great car, desirable as .,.

Its well known standard ofDeWITT .m4arle nil the ,,."hll..f "'".eh..l.",'1,1 1 T ulthln.T B.-hoo the grepiu.tuut.4 wn". la Ih. Bradford County con-ecullvt T.|.- ent from any other name in the It is. Is one of the lowest priced "1k' ..

Service. ',' N. I Karh, of the thre.. this UIII day 0< 5eptembr, motor car world. automobiles In America-just .. M

YVVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy 19SI.i'FFl'lAVPEAV._ ) A' i Thomas The word Pontiac means a one step above the very lowest. :;;:J: ,

W ANTEDFIRST erie Bf in. ri'--u; ;> cout good solid citizen-a I
C. JONES MORTGAGELOANS r.y Myrtle T. Beaver, Deputy Clerk thoroughly Come in, get our deal-a won-

I'hone 7 Starke Fla.Ambulance. 'IU! 4t 10112 good C'dr-a beautiful car-a derful story all the way around! ;


a $7IXM 4) ant up. K..lo>nUal or In rire.lt r...,.. H.df.r4 C..I,.
riorldni' In f kaneery.. .
Funeral Director SenIceOur CommercIal Property. t"....". Kdwartt K: Palmer Plaintiff. .
Lucy Palmer, Defendant. va :Doll for Dollar
local funeral home enables aa to offer conveniences anA) able Inlrmt good trmw. Small I 'eec Nn II" C ..

services not otherwi. available. brokerage r.... Mortgafeef Order nr Pnklleatlon. Ant !Oem-. T.
I ,. (pp.sr. stat Of rtorlUn T*>
Bought RennanceiL OI.uaMc
( Liny Palmer. whoreldnr
.
"- 4 Urlte promptly. for appoint .....Ir..if .e l I. Uv.. A-eone. Drldar and you ca..tlata:
i
I < n nT
W. furnish the highest service at lowest and meat for .,
type prices apprmlaaJ. ,,11be\ In i are "*.,',Ir.d I" app arn
,
accept ANT life I t ) .-r '1. l 1' -i ,? th* .1.,
Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANT this tldnltjr _on. (baa. F. v. named"
.
> .ld'l -du- "'h." ,, .
company as payment lu part or la full oa a funeral. I Rocr. "'. O. Box 1030. Jack.. -. d.v..r.. PYadfi r4 n praintirfUB C >int,. =GRIFF
"
Consultation carries no obligation. Mm 11 lie, t1a.AAAAAAA. 'oomph,'f., ahai- >'1 'II.p ikl-h. "th a.I ." Order MOTORS Cf

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' 4TOBEH 1;. 1951 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKR. FLORIDA PAOK SEVEXTabernacle
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I REVIVAL MELTING: loft at 3 a.m. Monday to accept at Coufdn't imagine what he hack Dryden, recently! "II II!! "
tM ouftj' AT PINE LKftEL' job as assistant manager of Set- growing but passed again and saw Vernon Dyal and Maurice StarlIng -
I, BAITIHT' ("Ul'U1I rare In St. Augustine. Surely will!! a lovely patch of fall peas almost ) spent last weekend with relatives Let Us Thoroughly PHONE 218
miss him. ready for market. Surely hope In Miami.
Revival services will begin at Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Crosby ant'T h. gets a good price for them Mrs. Millie Fogg or Starke Is Wash Your Clothes COLONIALFLORIST
the Pine Level Baptist Church children were visiting her mother, I Frank Norman and his brother visiting her sister, Mrs. Equllla !
Monday night, Oct. 15, and continue Mrs. Vera Alst through Sunday Oct. 21, Bralllers In Lake Butler Saturday really busy last week and built ,
each evening; at 7:30 o'clock. night. Lee la home from the Frank a new furnace. Frank Mr. SchofleM of Miami Is For 40c!
Rev. J. E. Murrhee, visiting: friend here this week.
Presbyterian Church pastor of the army and we all know he la happyto says he'a getting ready for cant I
1! Buford 'Grove Church at Milliard, be a civilian again. grinding: and hog killing about Mr. and Mrs. Farbor ot Starke FREE Bleach If Desired I FLOWERSFOR
,,' ... services, Mondaynd Sunday School at 9:45.: will be the visiting evangelist.If Mrs Lucille Lovell and daughter: Thanksgiving time. Hope he visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs Temple' Ave. Starlrt, "
Friendship Class 10 a.m. you live on our bus route, all Alex Shelf, Sunday. ALL OCCASIONS!
WeJnesday nights and Mrs. Alex Barnes were In waits till then so we can gc
Arthur Giles of Duluth 11 a.m. Morning service con we invite you to use our bun It Jacksonville last Friday. over' for a drink of cane juice. Mr. and Mrs. D. Slbley ofItieressa 0
Leaker were the high. ducted by Dr. A. Ross Lynn. Is free to all who will use thl8oppol.tunity. Saw Calvin Ward and daughterJoyce How about some news, folks? and Mrs. Nellie Towel)
!, week at the Gospel) Youth Fellowship Sunday evening I hurrying off to Georgia I apprelcate anything anyone of Miami vlnltod the John McKinneys WeWIU
e Rev Giles has Just at 7 p.m. -W. E. Hall, Pastor Saturday afternoon to see his son gives.\ Lets keep Baylesa Hiway Sunday afternoon.The (i)

_,loin Europe and had 8 p Prayer,m. Meeting Wednesday at LONG: UKANTII1IOMKCOMING Jack Bet Calvin has a bag ful" in the paper. Just leave a noten Harley! Starlings and Ellif Dry Your Clothes
jtmformatlon of splrtual of fish and oysters when he returns the mail box at Floyd Cronby'rnot visited Mrs. Lewis Cannon In
[iheie..atlon. St. Edward's Catholic : : : as Jack la a commercial later' than Monday night.GRAHAM. Branford Sunday. For 20c DISK GARDENS

will be Introduced There will be a Homecoming fisherman. Rev. H. II. Molt of Brooker POTTERY
Youth Meetliak. Rev. Francis J. Dunleavy, pas Sunday guests of the RodmarReddtHheH la New Automatic Driers!
i Saturday Day at Long Branch Baptist
filled Bro. Sparks' place Sunday
tor. his father; Rat-
something dif- Church On Sunday Oct. 14 were POTTED PLANTS
IJlble Drills. It prom- Sunday Mass at 9.IS: : a. m. Everybody Is cordially Invited to ford Reddish, and brother Joe from night at the Baptist Church.Addlnq
in a spirited contest Weekly Mass at 8: a, m. come. Raiford his two sisters and their By Sirs. John McKlnny FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
/g Ccnfesslona Saturday 8:00\: to families. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Gainerof --
fine Important meeting 6:00: P. M. and 7:30: to 8:30: P. M.Chlldien'a I Jacksonville, and Mr and Mrs Washeteria\
bernacle U the Ladleaevel' Mr. and Mrs. Lee Youngbino'of la4-tilnm and Portable1'ypewrlters
Catechism Classes, R. G. Perdue of Ocalu. I Nona St StArk.
Thursday after. Wachula lent week wit\ Hold on time.-Brad-
) Saturday 10:00: a. m. BAYLESS HI\WAY Mr. and Mrs A, L. Drlggers spent -
o'clock. During this Adult Religious Instruction Jr. and Mrs. Rosie McNabb ante the John McKinneys. I ford County Tt'I.paph. I -
tarried out to help: BY Sirs. O. E. Crosby The Jennings Starling family
9r< courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M., son Mike of Lake Butler visited
the sick etc' : of the Clyde
comfort were Sunday guests
Ind by special appointment.St. the J. R. Kellys Sunday afternoonSaw
are proposed for Odoms In Bran ford.
[ idea
Ba)It'"n Church New James and Annette Norman
rk. Missionary letters Mark's Episcopal Our evangelist Rev. A. G. and family visiting his mother Mr, and Mrs. Rufus Jones ol
|and discussed. and, supardid. !Sunday' 9 Church Karnes, ban been called to full Mrs. Maggie Norman, last week. I. Tampa visited Mr. and Mm. ('ar'I
September
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School, 9:45: am. Holy Com- time service at Fairbanks Missionary end. James and family moved tr I Jones this week. Phone We Reserve
munion Baptist Church, IndefinitelyWe Georgia several weeks ago. r Flake Watson Is visiting hit
11:00: am.
an Church -Rev. Fred Yerkes, Celebrant certainly will miss Bro. an( Passed by Runnel 1 Carter'ehouse Mister In Alton, Ala. The Right
Mrs. Karnes with their cheery the other day and saw r Zfke Dryden of Jacksonville To LimitQuantities
idly church extends aAo smiles and words to 70
kind everyone field that looked like snow. visited his mother, :Mrs. Elizabeth::
all to worship at all) Church of God8th around Baylcss Hiway Church

J Bible School begins at &: St. Clair Sts. But he promises to be with uc I '. .' : "' : :: : -" '
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,. I .. barkIith a quarterback I .r'ot..d around his left end" for 33: though residents of other states
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do not need:
a
'atd and the first more and thp visitor a third touchdown fishing license 'in

: Methodists Plan Tornadoes Tumble I down nneak for It I Matthews attemped o Florida. He said law speclficalh

residents
| the pans for the extra point but it exempts over 65 and ail 1\
Tvnney lost a bard trying children under 15.
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left aldf of the line, Miller took a was no good. .

Special Service I In First Loss iiuliout. around hla right end for Harper kicked off to Johns who NOTrf* TO APPFI. :.\" 'I' ..

rive yardH. Harper gained; a yard was finally tackled on his own .. Circuit t uurf. Itraarurd, ('....t,.. I I'f
Jackson's Klor Ida i In Chancery.DrIhy r
line. for
(Continued from page one) through the right aide of the line 42 yard pass Wood Austin. Plaintiff

!| (Continued from page one) and then ran his left end with npIKhout Thomas was broken up Rowe r J.urn Curl/ess AtohrPONCA. \V Yeumans AustIn. Defendant. v.
newly located church. back but decided to (',,..
to
No.
and went pass Xtlii)< I,
for 10 more. yards I NE8Rr== .. ... To .
\; Avttenr.To.
In 1935. under the leadership of fiat down. run and lost a yard. Rowe passed I *
mother flint down. II : W VfBiimns Austin Wire ichrIIa l. (
the Rev. B. M. Montgomery now I Miller failed to gain through the Pulatku the EH3: nine I to Thomas but it was no good; I therein we, In our hearts, wel" knee p th't Junior's jeans. residence In: t'nknown hut his last "It .hller.
pastor pf tho First Methodist line. Matthews. threw to Mulllf' With un I and Johns punted to Williams j masher to known business. address In: rarerittxhurir
'I hum the hi-ropH of Korean Try using? a potato .
come .
line, Miller failed to gain rim' (/111. Company. ., .
Church of Bra den ton. an unused for juMt short of a first down and I yard Willis was thrown for a nine who ran the ball back to his anil, other warn. I delIght In this cream shortening a lid sugar for Richmond, Virginia.You tl,, Tn ,

building was purclmsB.il wre..ked.and mates were offside. Harper wai I own 38 yard line. October w..nlh..r. cake. Dip cookie cutter In melted are hereby notified that a rI I .,

the lumber used to erect the stopped with only a yard at the yard loss by Johns, MatthewStrit'd Bray picked up a first down It will not stick to the ,KIIII, for Divorce and custody of -IT t hu *' ,
paraffin. ,
to but wall mowed under minor, child has been filed
present recreation hall. Sunday center of the line and Miller fum. pass and the fourth by running his right end and carried Breathes there a man with soulso dough. *nxHlnxt you In the nhove namedCourt '"lid i 14
Alvaiez
School rooms were added duringthe bled but recovered on the next by on again for no gain on the last dead and mil** ann you. are roinlrcil riI', 'I l m.in, ,'; ""
down. Miller picked up two yards HONEY ROLL: Yea they are ( to serve a.\>. of your nHwer .' "<
pastorate of Rev. a. C. Powell play for a three yard loss. Harpe1faded through the right Hide of the line play of the game.. Who never to himself hath said good. Better eaten warm. or pleading to the complainton &. .i hid' ,, ,

but these rooms were removed to to pass hut was thrown foi Thin la my own native land! the Ph"U"', Altornrv. Zarh HHoturlnn .t. ,
make room for the new Church.It a two yard loss and. Miller punted Th Tornadoea gained pOR>>es. Mil. I".P. Whose heart hath ne'er within Scald two cups of sweet milk. ftOS t.ynoh TliilldlnR, Jack. I4lI I,
First downs 4 II Florida and file the T't::
was In 1W47 under the leader. from the BUS 30 Into the end alou of the ball on their own 19 Net y.is l KUlneil rushlnn 13 207' him burned In it melt a tablespoon of shorten Hiinvll tho office of the Clerk orlqtlnnlIn of the 10 iS .

ship of the Rev. W. J. Churchwell. zone. yard line ar.d Teston tried the Not 'd". ) irnlneil paneliiir, 23 32 i Ai homeward his he ing. Dissolve! 1 package of dry Clrrult Pourt on or before the 5th flSI .
drive was right end but wall thrown for a Tot. ,.d... gained runh. A. pas... 87 litPitrward : footsteps yeast In 1-2 cup of warm water. riiiy of November Iftlflt' otherwise ii r
that a new building It was first and 10 for the Tornadoes lm''nea attempted II 0Kr hath turned the allegations of said Complaint CIt 'tIler
launched. Plans fur the new sane on their own 20. Douglas five yard IONH. Mdtae lout two rwnrd CaNNes completed 1 4 From wandering on a foreign Add to milk when cool along with will !h. taken ax ronfoiiKed. by you I It 'r
and educational buildingwere for more on the left side of the line Knrward passes. Intercepted 0 (n I I 1-2 cup of sugar and 1 tsp salt and This notice Phd p* publlRhed I Ii, i I
: tuary the line
hit the right Hide of Number of klcki.rf JAva > strand ? once each weeK fop four conneomlv ,I s'Iti ,
prepared and the drive was no Rain.: McRae picked up 'two hen came buck with a seven yard distance of klogoffs. 97 >* -Sir Walter Scott. two eggs. Mix stiff with good weeks In the Bradford County Tel. Thi Ill

continued during the pastorate. of left side of the line and gain over left guard. Johns went Number, of punts. 6 3 flour knead five minutes. Let ffraph.Puled. Oflt'( 5 w..lt'hilt fr
the ft.
on I Ava- distance of punts 84 30 this 41'h day of October. Wel'k h
Hill. The last serf back Into punt formation but The who have rise twice. Roll out the dough
the Rev. J. R. Jackson passed 25 yards to I'lints Mucked by. opt 0 0 many boys survived 1031. blOt
Ice In the old church was con Thomas. un his right end for a first down Number of penalties agaInst S IIYardn. are coming home from spread with honey and roll up. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, El51,0 ilk 4i

,. ducted by the present pastor the (Ill the Tornado 42 yard marker. I ., lost. fin penalties 20 711Nisntlu.r Korea. It is with great joy that Cut cross! wise and lay In a greasedpan Clark of the Circuit Court lIlt.(OFlrtr.Tt
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Jackson picked up one throughleft : of fumbles 4 4 By Myrtle T. Beaver, n"nutv Clerk RPutl
Rev. Thomas d. Mitchell. on Sunday carried to Jackson lout three on the right Own fumbles recovered o 3Kuiubleif preparations are made for their to rise. Bake and eat hot. 10'5' 4t 1013. 'leek s I
and Douglas I : J fly ,
October 30 with a record guard end then threw two passes to recovered by opp. 4 I home coining. Doors thrown Don really liked them. He does Myrtl 'I'
. the Palatka 47 yard line but fumbled open In Circuit race Rmdroril ('....tr.
I number of members and friends recovered. 1"homas but both were Incomplete houses dusted and aired his room not like sugar on them. Florldni I. Cbnnrrrr.Bownmn .
Falatka
j of the church present for a recognition -: Miller and ran his left end for 11 and Johns punted to the Palatka. Public To Pick cleaned and ready for the weary Thanks Mrs. Etta Fowler of It. llMlley Plaintiff vs. Ot!.

I service of former pastors 32. Hawthorne for the nice letter and H. Italley I I Defendant.
son. There Is no happier time foi
yards to the BHS 46 and a first Most Popular Can. No. ITift we"TilFnu
f and faithful members of they also Mrs. Bishop Thomas o<
o down. Harper carried through Harper picked up seven yard.on a mother than those momenta Order Of Miration And >.tl..e

.', church. A' basket. dinner was right tackle for seven yards and a pltchout and the halftime Football Player when at last ahe sees her son againI Brooker. I do so enjoy the letters. To .\.."..... .MtntOf Florida Tototln 1
served at the rhurch whlotle Yes I love the West. Each section 14. lrally. whoNit reitltlvnca. In: NO $t
blown.
'f end was know for at one time I had not *
\ then moved around his right III N. l.onif Ht.. Salisbury N. C AS MOflfliTiO3
I old church was dismantled The Florida Theatre will has Its merits and drawbacks.If .
1 The for nine more. However Palatka Parker kicked off to Harper pre- Been my son for five long war- You are required to appear on TY %%lIEN y

1t I Immediately and construction began fumbled on the next play as Matthews who gathered It In on his own ent a trophy to "the moat popular" torn' years. The boys' hearts aresurely you still are young or feel November 12, lUll In the above tWI LIRE

I on the new church under the started his handoff and eight yard line and ran It backto football player at BHS later In the happy too. as they again young the West In. a good place. "plaintiff named Court seeks and dlvorpn.caune, Hrndford wherein (DR. GEORGE

.1 I ; supervision of Ben F. Hall of Winkler was* In to recover the Palatka 31. Miller carried season. return to America. Some boys Out where the world Is In the County' Teletrruph shall puhlliih thltf IN' .

'k li Starke. Ground Breaking ceremonies butelected Ihrough center for three yards The coupon printed below may though come home In their cas making. Order, In next four weekly iNHuen.WltnAHH MTIOm!
l Jackson faded to mv hand and official' Heal
S were held on Tuesday his right pass end for Tenney failed to gain. Matthews' be clipped and used for voting your kets. This week we burled a home Where fewer hearts with despair nt Starke, Plitrlda. this October II,

November 28.) with Dr. Shuler Jo run >ans to the right flat was Incom- choice. The ballots may be drop town boy. who was an aviator In are aching. 11.11.

; .) Peele of Tampa. who was the six yards center Douglas and gained McRae a pickedup yard plot and Miller punted to the ped In a box at the theatre. War It. Shot down over Germany, That's where the West begins: (OFFICIAL. A.!KEAI.' Clerk) A.of J.Bald Thomas Court.l ,. WANTIJ!

t: Superintendent of the Gainesville through left Tornado 29.Jack.on ami they had just %located his body. Where there Is more of singing l fly Myrtle T. Peaver, Deputy Clerk FIRST MOR I IT,
the
Church a first down through ('h"... It. II. .. 20 4-or Life
Methodist H lunranty
District of the I
l lent a yard by tryingthe Sad for and less of sighing !
4 side of the line. VOTE FOR TIlE MOST homecoming his two beau- Building. JnckMonvllle, Fla. LOANS
I .\ at that time. presiding. Thee McRae picked up seven yards right side of the line Rowe POPULAR FOOTBALL tiful children who are old enougl) Where there Is more of 'giving I Ally for Plf toIS| 4t 1112| 92,000 and up.

t corner stone was laid by Bishop failed to gain on a quarterback to realize their loss. and less 'of buying,
around his left end. Jackson's pass I PLAYER In Circuit ("...et. nrndforU Couaty.Florida Commercial Prop
t f. Roy H. Short. of Jacksonville os sneak, Jackson carried for five And a man makes friends with- In Cfcnneerr.I.eon !
; t\ I. Tuesday afternoon. January 16. for Winkler was broken up. Teu yard and Thomas kicked to Wll- Today Is cloudy and windy. Thr out half trying. : I". Reynolds.'. Plaintiff.' v.. Vlv. able interest, fool i
ton tried the right side of the leaves some rattling down frorr Ian It. HeynotdM., Defendant.
'\ Sunday. October 14. 1031: will be hams who received It on his own Out where the West begins.As brokerage (I...
Case No. 8713
line but was smeared for a tout the elm trees In front of the houseI
perhaps the most significant day 31 yard line and ran It back tothe Clip hN (coupon write In the yet we do not have good hotter Tn 4ni>.iir. !Made Btmrht" ,
of the First Methodist yard loss on the play by Matthews have Digger dog down In theyard To: Vivian H Revnoldn, whoa
in the history 40. Write .
\ The Building and Johns punted to the Palatka However BHS was offSide name) of your favorite BUS!' for a little while. Don Is at' television reception. Although we residence I I": Unknown. promptly lit
Church of Starke. and Thomas went back to hereby notified' that a
sell deep freezers I do not as You are ment for appnlnl
I Committee Is composed of 32 yard line where the ball rolled Tornado football player and the stole. I must go to the grocery Suit for Divorce has been filed

i Chairman E. I dead. punt again. This time, Milletathered drop It In ballot box at Florida BS Friday" Is big market dayI yet use one. My home has lots ot a-alnnt. you In the above name"Cn".t this vicinity igi (
Mrs. L. A. Davis ; .
: \ the ball In on his I them and and are required
own old fashioned things. love caune you ..
It ", Harper ran his right end for Theatre. have letters from South America I Koteni P. o. BnNimvllle
Matthews secretary; W. B. Sewell 41 yard line and ran 59 yards to Trophy will be pn-- with whatI to nerve a copy of your anwer -
chairman five yards as the second quarterbegan and Central America and prices or.milk I am happier at present or plead to the. complaint FU
i Treasurer; T. H. Blade dirt for the first of the sensed later In the season
4 pay score have. Life Is good. I envy nc nn the Plalntlff'ff Attorneys, Evan
committee; C. but '" was called back and and butler are even hlghei ). AAAAAAVAN1Ot
of the construction Jones kicked for the 1'. ":vlln. and Neat 1' Evans Jr.
game.; extra and not live
H. general finance Palatka was penalized 15 yardsfor than here. Print goods la 65 am' one am trying to up lull Law Kxrhnnae Building. Jncknonvllle .
Nasworthy point and It was no good but with the Joneses. I laugh sing ., Florida and file the nrlirln-
of the hands. Mat. 75c:
Illegal use a yord. They are worried al'over )
\V. H. Nollman attorney
chairman: BHS was: offside. and Harper then ind much. God bless allLOVELIJRA nl In the office of the Clerk of the
thews' to Flanders was good !MY NOMINATION: the world. I pray you .
; L. A. Davis Carl Johns pass his FOR try not to worry circuit Court on or before the Rth
I" ran right end for the extra
I I ,i Rev. Thomas |Glenn Mitchell. for nine yards and Harper went ally. "MOST POPULAR" Just carry on each day at a time day of November 19511 I otherwise.WELDING [

: I. I'.ussell: Seymour of through the right side of his line FOOTBALL PLAYKR: and be kind and happy" In It. Tc
Harper kicked to Rowe who
lies been th. architect. to the Pnlntka. 41 for a first down sing and pray much. To ask God Cigarette Tax
, JaCkllOnVllle\ picked it up on his own 20 yard PULPW
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During the 88 Matthews faded to pass again to be our guide and lead us In all' I 1 1G'
I line and ran It back 15 yards to Hits New HighThe
\ tory the First but was thrown for a six yard Ion things. I have been rending the CROSS
i \ hie 35. McRae ran the left end .
as he wa tackled by the Tornadc (Name life of David In Samuel I and II i j jrWf
I'' In Starke (now having a membership .of player) '
fi.r five yards. and the Tornadoes City of Starke received the
\ of over 430) has been salved: lenm. But on the next play He gave us the beautiful Psalms and Pine
1 'f another check this
) picked up five just short largest clgaret tax
,' 37 devoted cnibnck Miller scooted aroundhis t that are so comforting but his life
n by more than pastors | or a firm down
as holding was I U. N. month ever remitted to the City I
and has enrolled hundreds of faithful left end for 26 yards. to the 'Broadcast'Heard was full of sorrow Let us take
: .1 j called on the visitors. Rowe went since! the tax went Into effect according I

f members. DUB 3yatd: line and anothcl oft the left aide of the line to the At RotaryA cnurage and keep praying. to a statement his week. # I

+" 50 yard marker for the first down.! CLAY H ILL-.Lot. or letter by Carl Johns ,city clerk. will Pi? I
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I D@tt-if' 'D Rowe lost three yards and Jack simulated broadcast of a from Florida. Not all from Clay The check was In the amount of

I' son's pass to Thomas was brokenup. United Nations session was presented Hill. At Baldwin Sammy David $2.948.40. The clgaret tax has Highest Cash

',/ a; _, -i' _" '- _. '11i Jackson's -pans to Rowe was at the Rotary Club Wednesday had returned from Korea the herc been a big factor in enabling the offer the people of Starke FOR .tNYSflE

good for five yards but It lacked with Rev. T. O. Mitchell of many battles. He Is the grandson City Council to keep. from levyingad
i 4:; HA I. a H.wnt: tV WtSTKO'; : ...nd1..1..ltl', one of the most
; Fun .Mtrawherry plants acting. of the lute Adam Brlnson
. enough for a first down and Johns as moderator and 11 club 0'1 j valorem taxes/ for the operationof
\ 1 Isrve healttiv" with white KXCKI.I.KNT; :: OI'/'OIt'I'\/ ':'II"'V" forman 1
1 I About as mice, roots as 2ml with car to aupply nonaumera punted to Miller on the 10 yard members taking the parts of delegates l. Hugh where I used to visit when the City.Visiting. modern and finest equipped I

core K per l.nnn. M: K .r"'j with liver 800 hotiMehold 1 prodilctN" line where he was downed In his from various nations. The teaching at Clay Hill. All so hap. *
2 miles North Waldn tip ) In Hradfurd County Stop work SEIJe !
1, Inir for otiiem l/'e your. own IIOHA.Iliillrl tracks. Palatka was penalized tc program was in observance of pv to have him home. Mrs Youngsters welding shops anywhere.All -

ron nPl"'I't''r.... 1."lIdln", ) "n 1"'h .sr.tur, .elf a future In a bunt within a yard of their goal line United Nation. week which will : Walter Lang I N back at Zephyr: Work Guaranteed

{ M. R... Fate llrown. 41, IfIIU fietH Writ. where llawlolKh Hire/ I la Kept.. no, handicap FAJ-i7l" for 'clipping and It was Palatka'fhull be observed beginning. Oct. 21. I tills after a visit at Clay Hill. I Can Fish For Free A. E Mel

cot.oltI.lltPt.P- Man and woman 218. _. 4tp 10120 on their own one yard line. The program waa In charge of' have letters trom Lorene Fields SMITH'S GARAGE
1 f Klnvnlev TVach. tfWKODINO K.\I>IO!*' ItRPAIRKU At Stark Tin
fumble on the first Palatka play school who now lives In CaliforniaShe with their touring parents can
AND SHOP
All >lakea.All MoilelaTt
: AND! niRTIinAY CAKES 1t..I.. CharteN .........,...d"If and) Johna, came In to run It over Girl Scout Troop is well and happy. take full advantage of the State's .1\IACIIINE. PHONILIStar l _

-II "... Orderi. taken 55.3.at Oahiiier tfBI.VOKIl '''. I. "I.r.nltu: center from one yard out. Parker's HELPFUL HINTS: Cut the bountiful fishing and for free. I Ten-pie Ave. Starke ,T
Olft Hhopp phon. !l W.all ",. terke. rOo. ::1:18
' try for the extra point was good Has Overnight HikeTen Ike-new pieces from under pocket Attorney General Richard Ervin

: KKWINIl Miu-bltiil' Compnnv IMriTIAl.t.Y FI'n'fl..llPonI'IItt.. and the score was tied at 77. of Dad's worn overalls to make states that children under 15: even I
l.akA City..1,1 Phono.. IMo, _
ment for rent France lfotiie behind rnembers of local Girl -- .u
Parker kicked off to Flanders Scout
I will reiinlr vour machine 'In tin First nnpllnt Church. 1 21 perIltt.ith '
I l.ip I condition reitNonalil V>'aime / A. J.' Thpnma, Jr., Admin- on the Palatka 28 and he ran It Troop 2Zo. 1 participated In aDovernlgh't
only K.-nulne plnver partariur 'IMralof' 4te 1 'I1ATTFIACTIVK
back hike to Lake
service cam will pick up ,and to his 32. Matthews pitchedout Kingsley .

I ..lIv.tv nervlce uiion re'|uHt. : newly done over fur to Miller who ran all the way last Friday and Saturday. Swim- I

New oins-er machine' nr. avail. nlebeil. apartment' for rent OrndvApurlmentM for a touchdown but It was called ming and a weiner roast were enJoyed ,
,
.alile on reHMoliMlile ternmFOIt ,
on Clnrk Htreet ffA
per 'booth A, J. Thnmni, .Jr.1.n back and Palatka was penalizedfive after hiking Friday after-
1 HAI.K.-niixer, female I lll. H. In'I'' yards for offsides.. Harperran noon and a sunrise swim precededan ,/up 8'dJoree WhgM@re
..
I .I. beautiful I red fnun, rhampliinbliMid
.) line -Mm. W. It. Terry, W\NTI'II-Whll.: lady who -....1.. the same play to the left for open fire breakfast of bacon

Putnam, Mull. plionn KeystoneS SA3IOFI'K .......1 home, HH conilianlon f.ielderly 17 yards but BHS was holdingand and eggs Saturday morning.

It l ",..Iy. Home. huiiMckeeplns'dutlei Palatka declined taking the Later the troop hiked part of the
*.. Itiiont and board .", ,,11 pay
I :ill :V Cheirv HI it" play and accepted a 15 yard penal. I way back to Starke.

S StTl'f.tF.i4 ty which placed the ball within a Scout Leader ,Mrs. Katherine

, .1 OF ALl. KISU WANTKI> Iiependahl. itlrl' mMteaily foot of a first down. Carlisle vas capably assisted by
job to cook one meal I dully I I Chevf@leI
AT ilo hMtticework and Ironlnw I A ltl.IY Matthews' pass was Incompleteand Mrs. Virginia Dempaey. People
SIC W M..IU,,||. It Buy
on the next play he pitchedout
nit.vnroitii! ( 0. T".I.F.GlLI'1iC'1'NTIt".t.Y
,I t %VAN rKl: Til nilV-Frei.li. ,''-ounlr to Williams who ran his right Recent Births

butter, e.If. henvy cream fryeretiuanlltlea. end for five yard Williams tried
,
.. .
puy canh M'holeenlnmiket I.
IA"'A"I'.tnr; ,, a.
apartment hntme and vacant lot price. Koute 1, Unit )Ol. the right side of the line for no I Mr. and Mrs. John( H Walker

adfolnlns1. <*nr Clarice and .'...rk..nn Klniceley I Ijike. Htark, Fin. I IKOH it gain and Miller' punted to McRae' announce the birth of a son

Hta., Now liehliul rented Flrnt. flrtO Ilapllnt4hilrrb yearly. on the BHS 20 where tie was drop John Wayne on September 29 In

.1 I.. Frmee IOJ1 K. Liberty Ht < \1..rj oil IE5Vlrn ped immediately St. Luke's Hospital Jacksonville Than Other

Ho !Norfolk Va *l 10111 Similar :* To a I'.... Douglas picked up three through Mr and Mrs. James B. McRae I Any @r

IrrlTlite: IIKKIUCF.UATOHS HB.l >!'a. rerl. :1UJM m.. center gained three more throughthe Announce the birth of a son \ -I
AI It KIV.-All ,,,.k.ii, low. PI'Ie.... ItMner nit lremlMet.10J left side of the line and waa Michael James
on October
Free ..tln"...... W C .1........ nulfKtatlon 1 In
opvoRlt Slat Fnrmem" : ,. tFUK.TTHoil : stopped on the next play for nc the Jacksonville NAS hospital

JMurk.t tip toil: Rain- at the end of the Quarter. Mr. and Mrs. Llndberg Nix announce Longest of the Lot S

V V .TTTTTTTTTTTT.TTTT VY? 14 U.K rv-rin. house wIth lot,h. Johns punted to the Palatka the birth of twin sons Chevrolet looks longest

I\IATTItI SSES I'n furil-linti. S.1.ii flit. Knitt: llth I 1 tIlt 37 yard line where the ball rolled Robert Wade and Phillip Wayneon Chevrolet h longest a .
0,11 tn llalle'H lIce Mm Malic.r. dead. Palatka had been
clipping October 6 In swank and
Alachtia 197%
General sweeping
ThomaM, Temple. Ave 4tp I II 17
OF ALL KI NILS!
on the 50) yard line however and Hospital. Mrs. Nix Is the former inches over-all that tops any

K E NOVAT. D :,-llliil CIlTTAflK. FOIt HKNT they were penalized 15: yards to Miss Lois Thomas daughter of other car in the lowpricefield.

Mi.ilem ''llvhlM watoi hath, et, their own 31Miller got two Size
Mr and Mrs. O. S. Chevrolet'sgreater
!) Fr.hlv painted and deinrnlc. I Thomas oStarke. up
,[giiJfiiJ ';' I-T.:; I'I..nl'r.| .Farm!' Therenea. yards on a renter, plunge. Harper length and you'll find

4... IIF. -, gained five around his right end it hard to settle for less. ,

) I nnd then tried It again for a nice BUY F.STRRRROOK The .
.\ lt H HVI.K. near Prooker. I ,.,
F IJ It NIT U ftIteIl1)IOlatCN'll E I l IC Acre. 111 undei <'ul'I\'IIII.III I piece of change as he was finally Fountain( Pen ullh a point for Most Road-Hugging .

fivt! permit fur plunllnir I IS I thrown on the BHS 44. e\ey UI\f\\ ft .....""pl..t... Bradford Weight \
: ::
and ,i-r. .,f tohaicii. llooil I farm holier, -
Harper tried right end but failed County 'S .,,
3efIlihtMl with modern. I'unvenlencen. Thnbeivalued Telegraph. Gives -
at I.! nun For furthei Infnrninlliin I to gain but Miller ran his left you more road-hugging -C.. ,

IIITISG1.TI'RF1S! CO. call int. or write Io end for 13 yards. to the BHS. 31. road-smoothing weight .
_It_"* ill l Htnrtie !I" inn' 1 a hefty 3140 pounds' in the .-'
Oa\ 230 Palatka. FIFOK -. Miller picked up eight more
I model illustrated .
rfln HAI.R-Kle.lrl.refrlerator. that no comparable
'
... ............. .. .'. ft. Kood. condition Rcrlbner a. around his right end and when' he car in the field can :

HAt.K. S act. double' hunkS loo.lenne name, KeVdlone on mail. llelvht box. Illwav. was stopped for no gain on the ATTENTION match. Get the feel of this -. 1%. '
lip next play Matthews sneaked '
wiiotl t.I... complete with niHItreeeea big car. and you won't settle -
und .|..In..... .good cumll- across for another first down. for less. 4'5 fr_ I. 5
HKKIl: : (
CANK NOW 'Shipping
RKAMr for nextyear'n If You Have weight.)
tlon. will sell roinplele for 171
Willis
tried to hisleft
plantln Special. prIra.s'lfldlnit a pltchout
4HI l Ito
Kevetone
fall
Thereeea.. .In field.. Santa Fe Farm.. end for a yard. Harper lost PINE Widest Tread in Its Field

Foil HAI.K:-Two II a IS Allivrluant 4t |1112| to yar.li as Johns was In fast to OR CYPRESS
.I rilKM.. (loot! I'umllllim.tt'Mll I Here's the steadiness of the
Kovcti.nr 4141 Itu, make the tackle and then Miller TIMBER TO
SALESMEN SELL widest tread in the field Finest Ah.ad1o*
got loo again to scoot down to Biggest Brakes of Any Way "
38 H inches .
(Intl. between
FoIl fI"I.-15 Ih. A.etylsiis centers Comfort "
Features .
.r".r I III Ins VItr. t..h tip.lIu..n WANTED the Tornado nine yard line. Large or Small Tracts of rear wheels. Once I.ow.Prlc.d l l Car Vol -

scums. .n.1 ft" feet ..r h.,... Miller\ lost a yard on the left known you've Luxury of Body by Fisher Big. The trend''to"al.e-lll>!
the
"v'r beell .....1 llIi. 10 II... .t 1-. better roadabiltty cradled ease of powerful Jumbo-Drum bad it tar
To unitized
sell Health Accident NonOanoelablc end failed to We Knee
and gain again on Buy AH Chevrolet
tre.nx" ruls Ii 4. I an. .f bracing of Chevrolet's: wider tread Action brakes-/arr/ in the low-price &!'
tItle Ii I U. rw, wheel trailer. s< IIh Hospital Insurance the next play. Palatka was penalized you wouldn't settle for less.America's Center-Point smooth control of field! Use the car's own momen- yearsl! *oJereal;' poU'kI&J o.er..D
.tt'l fre or.n.1 ,111'1' I lflFuirmall !
.."itt... tr..rl..r with all In Brndfhrd. Union and Columbia 13 yards on the play for PAY TOP PRICES Steering turn to increase stopping power. *nce: tn

.ulnm..nt. ruh".r tires all In A punning. Miller tried left tacklefor

condition $1.O*>0. If IntereHted aeHtulnaker Cuuntle Old LIne LegaJ two yards and MaCThewa C POW2
Itiiute 1, Mot 14-('. Jail' th. Shift le No-Shift .
SlnrkM IrtiIIRS'T threw to111I. who was tackled '
Reserve Company. Car expense on the BItS one yard line. Matthews Write or Call Larger AwfomcitU fi-msmJsslo"

....f\ Smell .modern otlllff. allowance. No objectionto sneaked across for the and Finest : Sensationally smooth I Excitingly I e' .yllt"! a neW e'
-
for imple.' S roi>mM ami .bath I'nrurrvi.h.Ml I dj. IIlIle ?

.' tj mile I un I'ulalkaMu I older man. Buy the best touchdown and Miller's run for the B.T.THOMASLUMBER low-Priced Carl, !P' in driving, the modern way 'to drive. Con .

iv I. f" Mlllllh" _lIlt extra point was no good. .wn''less ,than many a car, with' "undrd g"'Combination ... iii'
ell the ,
the
FlIltAl..!' .Hiiwmlll.. Kduer: Tractorjml bout get beat. Don'tdelay Harper kicked off to Jackson on of rowtrtlid Automatic TV"1'Ensin '
.
4''||,riu.vr..let. ',lti-rtle '4.,wk.blka'75U we.?HeKv..r. ,.V.. ACT NOW If Inteoreat- the 18 yard line and he ran It CO. optional on .D* LasS model' .> '"'*

*"' ; -'atlon lip Ift'lt' xl write: back to his own 30. Jackson PHONE 211-J

m- "Itf''n'l'M, :.'IIT u lit fumbled on the first play as he P. O. nos 735 I
COS
'1, .'ll and Mudliion Xta.' It 206 S.!Ktjuida.nl W. ROWKN Building started to on pass the BHS and 35.Palatka recovered STARKE FLt.L' TORODE CHEVROLET .


FOR tIll.UF.NT. Klnor furnl.hertot. II Atlanta S. tl*. Harper hit the right side of the .. .. t'l"I
l ke -
> Inquire Mr > 111 \D
line for
two yards and then ." \.
Jo. .
Jltov.r' huroh 81 Ito lOt' I I L' > STARKE. FLA. CALLocr







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