Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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.Jcfl.c deserved Hobbs' rest charges', this H. V. Knight SpeaksTo -Telephone---- Officials Reconstruction Of Blanding

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EbcKin,pn work date on on their :, City CouncilOn Sportsman's Schedule Meeting With

Ji, Deland)halfway! next over week.n the. I Temple Project To Be Chartered ,Brooker Residents To Begin Early In January I

ave a three won, one 4. H. V. Knight, county attorney Official of the Santa Fe Tele-
considerably 'r i phono Corporation will be on hand
s appeared before the Starke City
local football fans :Council: Tuesday night to discuss In Near Future In Brooker" Tuesday evening In The partial reconstruction of ,

the season's begin- t the City' part In completing the the Community Building to discuss Fe- Tornadoes Trounce Arley McRae ElectedTo Camp Blanding will probably begin '
of the Santa
the program sometime during January a
right-of-way for the Temple Avenue :
8 Tornadoes have widening project The possibility of Starke obtaining system In that area, K. E. EdWards Alachua 38-0 Presidency Of spokesman for the Corps of Engineers

lye wins over Willis- a Boy's Sportman Club, sponsored member of the Board of In Jacksonville atated early
The "jog" In Center street, as It In 'B' Squad GameThe Student CouncilArley
Directors! announce Wednesday.The
e and New Smyrna. :ntersecls with Temple Ave., will by Woodmen, met with yesterday morning. Fundj for ( ,
one game to Palatng enthusiastic Monday night meeting Is scheduled elected : the construction haven't been received -
,K be straightened out as a result of response Tornadoes "B" :aquad was McRae was president
favored I:. K. during the first. meeting the i p.m. and everyone In the Brooker i yet, he added but areexpected
a the Tuesday night meeting for the at In rare form Tuesday night as they of the Student Council at they
J to a 7-7 tie. And Gulf Oil Corporation Is soon to American Legion Hall. area Is urged to be on Interested hand par-In soundly trounced visiting Alaoftua Bradford High School In Friday'sstudent In November.

|line been done with aTL build a new station on the sit Approximately 85: boys were ou ticularly If they're Edwards said squad 380. In posting the one elections. The Council U In breaking down the Items for

handicapped by rain and will Just "trade" property In hand with their parents to hear (t'elephone service. of sided victory several of the boys composed of two elected students which the $//S,722OOO will be pent,

almOst from the beop. order that the street might be and discuss the polttle of the organization they will review the and progress discuss said they eased up as much as from each homeroom but the entire the spokesman said the railroad

itraig ttened. Lake street will be and how It benefits Its the company to data t') possible after gaining a substan. student body elects the Coun- spur will bo re-built first and then

( .i outplayed a high- closed and made a dead-end street uieTibeis.: Leading the discussion any of the problems pertaining tlal lead; that the only I other thing cil's officers will com the construction of three

i Smyrna eleven from for the duration of the widening was Sovereign Erlckson who was telephone service that. may crop they could have done was kick on I Raymond Redding was elected headquarters buildings two small

i last Friday night In project. seut from the WOW's home office up>> In the Brooker area every first down. vice president and Patsy Brnton, mesa halls a post engineer's) office

win. Defensive In Neb. to the .
14-0 organize secretary.City
Knight told the Council that no "" Shortly after the opening whistle. and shop, three quartermasteroffices

Ed Parker, Starke'srlur deed could be found that actually club.Donald Bradford FairScheduled Milton Mott found a hole and rip. and warehouses, a motor
who Inter- has named
tackle, Ray been
shows just who holds title to a ped through from his 40 yard line Issues Plea pool two warehouses a cold storage -
Smyrna director of the local unit and thenext
New passesyd
narrow :strip called "Alvarez'jahe. to the Alarhua two. From there, and meat cutting; plant and
to aet one meeting the date of which Is For Fireman
back "
." Rather than take a chanceon Wayne Douglas scored on the first all utilities will be rehabilitated.
nd almost make room yet to b* announced, will be charter For
being drawn Into a future lawsuit night. Ray will be ably assisted play. And PolicemanThe According to one official aource,

he advised the City to file a The second touchdown came the chief engineer upon completion -
assistant coach In carrying out the club's
j l Iwood.I said they were ] "disclaimer" notice, for under no Cecil Sewell Scoutmaster programby and November 5-10 about In a like manner when Mott City Council announced of his survey, la to ask Congress .

with Parker's circumstance did the property be- local financial secretary of the shook loose ou the Alachua 43 and openings for two men, Thursday for an additional appropriation .
per- i
jils line- long to the City. Woodmen of the World. was finally brought down on their night, and added that applicationswill sometime after the first of
first tryout ,I Pay raises for the Fire Department be accepted In the office of I the
three yard line. Edwin Prevail year. However, the Engineer'sspokesman
Earl Alva- Membeishlp In the club Is
olnted to : opento This year win mark the renewalof
Councilman Bridges and It for the1 second touchdown the City Clerk Immediately. The In Jacksonville
Vernon Un- all boys between the of ran on over said he
Winkler. ages the annual Bradford Count
i Carl Johns were brought up for } two positions open are In the Fireand
I knew of such
nothing and
Mc- eight and 15: 1-2. The request
Arley only qualification Fair
ho C Thomas i discussion but the Council decidedto according to an announcement Police\ Departments.
jmmy Rowe. as alao la that they buy W. O. W. yesterday morning by W. T In the third quarter Alachua To that It would have to come from
decision quality, must be between
postpone making any a man
nding Th* coaches Insurance, the amount of which Coram spokesman for the American II attempted to> punt and It was 25 and 45 Third Army Headquarter. in Atlanta
until the full Council was present. years old and
MrRao and Rowe have Councilman Jackson raised the cnn be suited to the parent's budget Legion which 1s sponsoring blocked on the Alachua 11 yard of able mind and body. No salaries not from their office.

I a better game than question of whether or not the Also Included In the first the.eVent. line After losing a yard on the were released but the fireman The construction will be of a

year's membership U a membership first down, Douglas again luggedIt more permanent nature this time
Int New Smyrna. I .. Council should ask for bids on the This year's fair will begin November position provides a house trailerIn ,
both card In the National Rifle over the goal line to score again. he said but will still be .
[(hampering- teams M:1 furnishing of cement to the City. 1and\ run through the back of the Fire House which it principally

ery beginning theyver :. One contractor had approached Association.The 10th, he said. Booths will bit provided After Alachua ran through a will accommodate, a bachelor or of wood. The Camp 1* being

the middle of the --------- ------- him about the work,,-he said, and NRA furnishes two rifles for exhibiting the agricultural series of downs and failed to make a man and his wife. Men with partially rebuilt because of the

{ the first quarter, exnts Jimmy Ro I'nlfaMheH: fin. IIUMA-' he felt that it was only' just and for target practice! and a considerable products of the County any progress, the Tornadoes took children will hardly b.. suitable current emergency and the construction -

with neither team I!, lug attack tf) break a Morelms. light that the next large order be amount of ammunition for An amusement company has al over on their own 44 from which I because of the small. quarters, the will be of an emergency

hrcatenlng to score. ,,1I..dlul'k] with New Smjrim In the let on a bid basis. every five boys enrolled In theclub ready been signed to be on hand Douglas scampered down to the I Council said nature. However, It will not be

(,quarter however, was: ..rond quarter It was also decided to send Instruction In the proper with Ides and shows, but everything Alachua eight Mott went off I The application! will be taken of the "tar paper" variety that

different story. 'i someone to Georgetown S. C. to line of firearms Is given every will be "reputable and aboveboard tackle to score again, an act that I up by the respective Council committee was so common In the lost war.

rna punted to McRae'' Ing on the play. After several oversee the dismantling of the new member but only those boy. 12 ," Coram said. More detail. was becoming slightly monotonouS ') and appointments will he added.

(BHS 40 yard line andre I I running plays failed to score, Jim- power unit recently bought by the years old or older are permitted to as to Ihe obtaining of booth., etc. to the Alachua boys. likely be made following the next An l idea as to the number of

worked the ball my Rowe called almost the same City It was pointed out that fire the rifles. will be released later, he added. Shortly after the opening of the regular Council meeting. men that will be stationed at the

knfleld to about the'I I pads play again. but It dldn quite should one part be missing It ALoo Included In the clubs program The Bradford County Fair was fourth quarter. Molt Went off Camp can be bad from the size of

Ha 10 From there,'!I I click as the ball trickled off the might cost the City a thousand or Is the conservation of at one time, an annual event, but tackle on his own 48 yard line and I Starke Lions Club the mess halls, he said. Each mesa

p unleashed an un-' ends of Thomas' fingers. 15 hundred dollars to replace the natural resources first aid, watei had to be discontinued during dldn put on his brakes until he hall will be built to accommodate

ne passing attack and I New Smyrna gained possession ; part even If It could be obtained safety and fishing.. The boys who World War II. It'. a public >service reached the end zone, a run of VB2yartU. Hears Sam McGarvey approximately 400 men which

lano Thomas In the of the ball and after two running' However just who would be select become proficient at any of these function of the local American > would Indicate 600-800 men will

the first :score of the failed to net them any yardage will participate In the annual Legion Post and all must Sam McOarvey, the -
play. ed to make the trip was left undecided proceeds Midway In th* last quartet Telegraph' be stationed there at all tunes.
arker' try for the exfi they passed with Ed Parkei Hummer encampment to be held In be left In a "Fair" fund to be used farm columnlat-husnorMt kept
Douglas Intercepted an Alachua In addition to
good and the Torna-I again intercepting. After catchingthe James Lewis served as chair. Florida for.three days every .um- solely by the Bradford Fair Association -' his 46 the Stark Lions Club laughing this some ,two
pass on own and ran It hundred will be
7-0 lead nev-r to the NewI mer. The W. O. W. pays all expendeR for during their re'gular people employed
they ball, he ran It back man In' the absence of H. A. the building and promotion buck to the Alachua 32. From dinner meet. in( the office. These 'will be
i I I Smyrna five yard line, from which Bishop Jr. of the encampment. of this annual event there ilng. Wednesday night as he dlsIcuHMd .
a pass to Martin moved the't'Ornadoes \ Civilian
working1 ucutor, U'e Civil
the third quarter, Ed McRa crashed over center on the the ilifferenc -...teljlWiI) \
down to" the two yard Strvlc.
( code anj the will
cH eil a Now Smyrna fir-if play naif scored. Parker's' Funeral former life aa a New York advertising moji/rtty
Services Held line
Two Wrecks ReportedIn Yearly Financial and Prevatt. again carried for b se taken from Starke and the surrounding -
{he air and ran It back try' for the extra point was again the score i executive" and his present

Smyrna nine yard line good and with neither team scoring County Over Sunday AfternoonFor | occupation as a Florida farmer. area.

[ Ihe line for two yard In the fourth quarter, the game Speaking the Invitation of A large fore of men will bd

ard penalty was paced ended with the Tornadoes on the i Past Weekend Report ReleasedBy Mrs. Ella Johns First Pecan Auction Charley Parker McOarvey ,said working on the Camp during the

[the Tornadoes for push- turire end of a 14-0 score. I Funeral Slated For Nov. the resident of Bradford County peak of construction should the
There were two wrecks In Bradford services were held for 8 were about the friendliest peopleon Job be rushed up, one spokesman

County last weekend, the Mrs Ella F, Johns, 82, last Sunday earth, a far snld.. to
from According the
people present
ure' Hunters Quit Work/ Until I sheriff's office reported thIs' week City Clerk afternoon In the New RiverBaptist The first i''ais auction sale with whom he was associated In wage :scale, none of these men will

but no one was seriously hurt. Church with Reverends Hale of Sue IV51 .WHUMHI will he the north McGarvey outlined his be making lees that/JftO per week
Claude V. Johns into a telephone Halnes. Hemmlnirway and Par held at the Ntarke State Fanner
ran as farmer This
pr"lCre"s n since mov. will make sizeable additionto
pole at the corner of Court Revenue received by the City rush officiating Mrs. Johns died i Market on Thursday, Nnv. Ing to a
| Is Found To Name The Spot of Starke totaled I Florida a report which was the income of the county during
ne $103,80206 for H the
and Madison Streets about one the fiscal at her Stnrke home last. Friday! niHtiiiftgement: announcedyextenlity. nnturally quite funny to an sudlrnce the construction period

o'clock Sunday morplng. Damageto past year according to afternoon.She All |assails to lie. which wax. for the most part
an announcement this week by was a life-time resident of I A...I.I inn-it |H> In by I :ISO p.m. born
II' Standing "treasure Maurice Hartley, vice president his car was estimated at $150and and rallied on the farms of Lt.
Carl Johns city clerk. The announcement Stark. and widow of on day. 01 sale.Citizenship. Hartley McRae, Jr.
abandoned early of the salvage firm Js reportedto ; the telephone lines were damaged the late Rev. Bradford County.

"g when It Tues-I I have said that the dragline W lcOdting an additional $:\0. His wife came as the City embarked Bonham Johns. Interment was The dinner of chicken pilau west Assigned To
on Its
t digging would stop too much money for no received a few superficial cuts year of operation made In the New River Cemetery DiscussedFor served by Charley Parker, Mettle
without benefit
of the ad val Virginia Unit
> and scratches but nothing serious I Survivors Include one broth..r"Jra Carter and Maxle Carter
ne could point to a loitre more material than It was pro- orem tax which Jr.
I moved the sheriffs office said. was repealed by Andreu, Starke; three sisters, Starke
there I U enough ducing. For that reason he RotaryBy
i i the City Council Second
few months Lieutenant Barney Mo-
ago Mrs. W. A.
Alvarez JacksonvilleMrs.
|I dumped to make theit equipment back to a Jacksonville Johns was charged with driving Properlu Transfers
I Expenditures made by the city Minnie Dr. Woodham"The Rae, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mr. B.
while Intoxicated and released on Stroup. Crystal Riverand
midst of heavy
in the a
economically job
poslie i I over the past totaled $104- i E. McRae of Starke has been
$75 bond. year Mrs. Ara Moltt, Starke Also Mr. and Mrs George B. Flynn assigned
rain Tuesday morning. 780 9S, or, just about $900 more four grandchildrenMrs.. Vocation of A Good recently sold 82 to the 7th TransportationRegiment
the Florida Highway Patrolman Q : J. M. Being acres to Mr. and
| dragline fens turnedof Captain Paige, Army's representative -
particular value, on the project said A. Fllhnglm reported the Wreck than the City received Reddish and Mrs W. T. Brlnson Citizen" was discussed at the Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy Amountof at the Army's Transportation
The chief revenue producers both of Valdosta Rotary Club Wednesday Dr. W. the transaction Center Fort Ruatla, Va.,
Ga. by
PC actual that no only that several efforts had bten of an automobile Sunday morning ; Mlis Mary was $6,000. 'I
scrap I were the )profits transferred from Ella Turner O. Woodham, nupervlsor of Bradford Mrs Lillian as stevedore officer of the 118th
[ even made to retriever made to contact reliable witnesseswho about 11 o'clrk just two miles Stark; ; and But Volkopf >sold a lot '
the City Light and Water Plant/ Robert V County schools. on Sliver Lake Transportation Port Company.A .
approximately 110 knew where scrap was burled north of Starke on highway 301 Turner. serving with the to Mr. and Mrs

for the salvage firm but no far, none of them had Bernard Gilroy 63 of NorfolkVa. which amounted to $22,500 and the U. S. Army In Korea. The speaker stated that every Herman Greenewaldo for $700. 'I graduate of Bradford High

with something and panned out." H. added that he tried to slam on brakes whena cigarette: : for tax which amounted toL',0,351 Pallbearers Included Millard citizen haa an obligation of serviceto Mrs. C. IS. Clem sold her home School', Lt. McRae received. Ma>

find a person who IsI hoped a considerable quantity of I truck stopped suddenly In front was collected the 10 months. These In whichIt Judd. Carl Johru': Nell Joyner, the community In which he .nd property In the Indian Beach Bachelor of Science degree In

I can tell just where the scrap is found because of the great I I of him, causing his car to overturn. sources, alone two Freeman Register Guy Andrews lives, and unless each discharges subdivision. to Harry Buhranv' for Pharmacy and hla commission from
accounted for
urled, digging will re- need for It by the :ateel. Industry Injured in the accident was hU than half of the more and Edwin Torocle. Arrangement. his obligation all will suffer In a $9,200.R. the ROTC at the University of
I I sixter-tn-law Mrs Ruth Gilroy, 81 City's revenue. were In charge of the DeWItt C. certain degree .
for the defense program.lie O Slmmoru
Leading the list of expenditures, Jones Funeral recently sold Florida thin year. He was a member .
Inns, who Is In chargege also said that he thought of Greenwich Conn. She was was the 40168.32 spent by the Home. Dr. Woodham was Introduced by his home and two lot. In Hamptonto of the

operation and who, "burying rumors" had been spread'taken to the Alarhua General street and garbage departments Ch.... K. Quick who had Mrs. Dora L. Munson for 3.500 Kappa I'al fraternity.

offered considerable about nearly every Army camp In I Hospital where It was reported Second In line was the $28.lI082:11: [ Funeral Services of the program H. P. At the same time Mrs. Dora Mun. Before being ordered Into active

t the scrap was there the United States. "A half a keg! she was suffering with a sprained pent for administrative, office and For Richard vice president presided In MDrgan'l son sold 20 acres In the There. a military service Lt. McRae was a

t lable for comment of bent nail may bo dumped and I neck and back. The car was t general work. These twot.tn.I McCarthy series of the president, section to Simmons at the same pharmacist at Koch's Drug Store

[Several of the Camp's overnight It's a carload," he said. : total loss Fllllngim said and no accounted for well over half of Held WednesdayFuneral drew.. price. In Stark.

Mid, however, that So far the few witnesses charges will be filed against thedriver. the total amount expended.

trYing to find someone tacted .have pawed the "buck"con-I' The ad valorem tax added $13.- services for Richard R Youngsters To

I point out the location said but there Is still hope 129.73 to the City treasury last (Mark) McCarthy 67 were held Costumes Early .

|"''PI so that work could tomeone will be located who can Buck Griffis Dies year, part of which officials hop. .' Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clockIn S/T I

"urnlsh the right answers. I At Home will be replaced by the cigarette the Hellbronn Baptist Church Bradfordites Celebrate Hallowe'en Over WeekendBradford

tax money. It should bring In an with Rev. S. T. Watson officiating .

I? Players Given Chance To Recover I Of Heart Attack additional six or seven thousand 1 Mr. McCarthy died Sunday afternoon I

tball Season Hits Halfway Mark Buck A. Grlffla, 51, farmer and dollars this year and It Is hoped of Stark.In his. home six miles. wes* County youngsterswill and pirates and witches In the plan call for first second and
I that the and don their costumes,
parking meter. put on costume
parade at the Brook..rHallowe'en third
I life-time resident of Starke. died prizes to be awarded the winners
e New power plant can make the rest H. was a mechanic and electrician their false faces and pick their
and a up up Carnival
Smyrna game along rather rapidly Sunday morning at 10 o'clock ofa Saturday of the Cake and pie walk:
one with, Coach remarkably. of the deficit At any rate. City and had lived In Bradford jack-o-lanterns a few days earlier night.
James little short of heart attack In his Starke home events. A multitude of other
officials have that would County approximately 22 years this year because a multitude of
assistant Harold Hazet-l Injuries have plagued the squad Funeral :services were held at the said they Survivors Include And there'll be some pleasantlysatisfied games are on the agenda a* .Isj the
the I do everything possible to keep the his wife, Mrs celebration are scheduled for this
squad settled down from the very beginning.. Boys graveside In Evergreen Cemeteryat Leona appetltles on the part of erection of a number of booth Including -
ad valorem McCarthy: three daughtersMrs. weekend, Halloween
J taxes off although Itself

catnapping before get- began accumulating Injuries In the State Farm Wednesday. r permanently.: those who partake of the delicious the customary Hallowe'en
'for I I Among the other big revenue Lois Jackson Tennessee, doesn't arrive until next Wed-
Deland next week. the flnt game and some of them morning at 11 o'clock with Rev. Mr.. chicken pilau prepared a* only the "fortune teller."
"a. no producers were the utility tax, Mary Jan Jones, and Mrs nesday. Only Keystone Height.
rough work In have become consistently worse C. A. Crosby officiating. good ladle of Brooker can C e eKCy5te
'the boys I I $4.01140: 1991 occupational licenses Elizabeth 8t(1well.( both of Fern. I I. waiting until the actual date to prepare
this week a* far five daughters this famous dish.
the worst Injury so Surviving him are .
'Ie' I Possibly $1963; bond. and fines, andlna: one con, James H. McCarthy .tag* its celebration.
every effort to get haa been Gene Shaw'sbroken Mrs. Ethel Turf Jackson There'll Walt. Till
In the season fish
h. Injured 1,93: paving Hens, $6,395: county Starke; two brothers pond and a Wednesday
*''f of the reedy for I leg with" Nell Crawford'slnlured ville. Mrs. Eunice Kelly Keystone road and bridge tax SI,204; John and Thorns McCarthy and fttarke' PTA Carnival; country store; a cake walk and an The Keystone Heights P. T. A.

out Injuries season were The knee running a close Height. Mrs. Pearl Smith. St and parking meters $3.78583. three sisters, Mrs. Ellja White Net' I"., Today auction And Mayor Hewlett S. Carnival will get underway at 6
Jut second. Ed Teston also sufferedan Augustine. Mrs Alma Cole Green Mrs. Lillian and Anderson will crown p.m. Wednesday
''ihenlcs Chief item among the disburse Anderson Mr The traditional festivities will some lucky night on the
"P them and In light work. Injured knee, but the damagewas Cove and Miss Jeanette Grtffls ments wss the $$40,168 spent Dorothy Moore, all of Massachusetts. lead off In Bradford County with little lady and gentleman as carnival school grounds. Most of the civic
shape and extensive as four Albert Ray.
as Stark; sons.
not quite and organization
King have
; Queen. planned
the the
Injuries by street and garbage departments the annual Stark PTA Carnivalset
enjoyed a va- and all of
Kirts Crawford's.As Phillip. Robert along with $20,847.74 spent Funeral arrangements were for today. Friday beginning Someone will be happy over winning construction of booth and the

happny to which half of the schedule Starke; two brothers Richard and by the Police Department; $9- mud by. DeWItt C. Jones Funeral about 3 p.m. on the school ground a sparkling new electric mixer game agenda Include enough merriment
announced that and three
Wen both of Starke:
ford, la the roughest Hobbs said he jwtdldn't Home. All the old complete with attachmentsAnd to keep everyone happy all
should be ready tc sisters Mrs. Margaret Rule, Water- 441.52 spent by the Fir Department I itaodby will be on
the season evening, whether
Before be
know. another they six
lucky winner will or
hand tJ
gainst Deland and so figured theSeabreeze town. Mrs. Rebecca Motes. Deland donations of $5,775$. and Including; fortune telling, <* '0.
T "ston. started, he Mid, they ADDRESSESOF house of horrors, country store horn a brand new .22 rifle.
Gene ,
Shaw Is Palatka gamer and Mr. Rhoda Odem, Perry. administrative office and general C e
1 Be ready for the Horn. Th. DeWitt C. Jon.* funeral pony rides, snow balls hamburger, The ladle win begin -serving
worst. Now, they'refiguring U<).508.2.'. INTEREST Masque-rude.
the D-utre
ne' the following week would be Ketterlious and Green horn was In charge of all arranie- expenses coffee, and delicious homemade Ice coffee and pilau at 5:30: and the Pelican Club
the 'a
Tornado.* meet St. Leo Pfa Kenneth RA143- cream. public t* Invited to com early, "
In ments. C- Orlder.
VI of the boy have colds Cove game will be the hardest Four Per Cent Discount 8623. Hqa. 66th C1C Det., Highlight of the event will'be a eat heartily and join In the ..m.. The Pelican Club win be the
I Id. the second half. APOI dinner be fun.Hampton. scene of a masquerade dance Saturday
and a turkey to served In the and
week of rest Recent BirthsRev. 194. car PM New York N. .
Vt beneficial to them None of the remaining opponents On Taxes Announced Bgt. Frank Rosser llth Malnt.Sqdn. .' school cafeteria at a dollar per e e e .night sponsored by St. EdWard'

are being taken lightly however and Mr. Thomas. C. Mit"hell .. CAFB Fort Worth. Texas. plate beginning at 6 p m. Chlld'f FeetivitesSlot Recreation Club.

L7--ack: Over the first Hobbs said Deland always field are the happy parents of a Tm,. Collector. J. R. Kellyaai.ou.e'e4 PvC Stanley B. Crosby, US53O43453. : plate will b* featured 60 cents.The for Saturday The proper H llow*'.n atmosphere -
ball club. St. Leo is likewise yesterday that the. Junior Woman's will be Imparte4 by
Club will mouadraped --
both coaches a good laughter Barbara Jeanne, born Pror. Co. 1006 APO 613 Th annual Hampton P. T. A..
tJI.lr satisfaction with dangerous Ketterlinus Saturday Oct. 20, la St. Luk.4HospitaL JIM Ta. Booh open onTnnnHlay car PM, Ban Francisco, Calif. sponsor a costume dance and party Halloween Carmlval I I. scheduledto and wall, skeletons pumpklnn

Hobbs said he knew I finishes strong. Green Cove New I. Permits J. D. Kartell, 608 W. 8crlv"n for tn-srs; and adults during get underway at the schoolhouse to the many item so neceuaary
has a fine :squad and "we always Mrs. W, O. Halts Jr t>M evening at the USO. Admission Induce hobgoblin to appear.
considerable amount Mr. and who pay tlieir ..ax.I.!I. November Qultman. 0*. at 8 otlock: Saturday nightwhen
I >, have tough time with Lake But- will be 10 and 23: cent Recorded music will be played
hand a the birth of a
when practice I .of Miami announce will rvrelv a four Lee Bchmledel 88-33 163rd St.. the P. T. A. ladle open for
It Doat of the boYI Were I ler." Though Hobbs failed to sa? laughter on Sunday, Oct. 21 In Jamacla, N. Y.J. C C 0 their hot dog and hamburger dancing and there will be prizes)
real dUeon. for the
'I III dldn't know how I so. he Intimated that the game the Jackson Memorial Hospital per CollrrlurKelly D, Over-street change from Rmnker To Celebrate booth for supper. tertainment best costumes, and an en

"''3tald Mln Kettcrlinua of St Augustine Miami Paternal grandparent stated that hr mailed Saturday Evening': Gue-lta at the carnival program. Festivities
.xpertenc I with Lawtey to Rt. 2. Box 115, Mil are begin at .9. .
a, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hail. sr. out of 2,000 tax statement There'll be p.m. and tickets! may
they have com* \Is probably worrying him most. of are Stark liard. Fla. spook and goblins promised a hilarious evening as be purchased at the door.oeEnoY .

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TWOBradford ('rn__ .
1 PAGE and r<- and *<1<1ri eN In' Unknown. Thomas, Jr, Stark, Florida si, sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry onVednead.y returned home Wednesday Yea aru, hereby, notified that a I file the original In the office ,"t lit
\ of last week. left Friday for a visit with Mr I null for Dlvcin"*. HUH been filed', riork "of the Circuit Court on or I I.
TelegraphESTABLISHED Bsaln-tt you In the above named I for.> the 12th dar of November ir'notherwise '
of Winter
LAWTEYL. : Mrs. Z. T.
County ad Myrick
Arwood and Mrs. J. ..
Mrs. H. B. CuiirL ami "au.* and you are r..qulrl.d i the alienation of pad| ,
Haven. Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake will b.
M. Browning attended the WMU < of answer / Complaint taken '
II. I'ut 'hIIIrlh II
< !
1B7O E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNItIO-.DITO" Assoclatlonal\ meeting at North Geneva accompanied them. the .
an.1 Entered all HecondOffice Pleasant Grove church In Alachua Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Murrheeand tin
..1tbIINbed Every Frtony at Starke. Fla, t.,_ !Matter at the Font Mm. D B. Thomas entertainedwith The County School lunchroom 'and Mr. Fred Halnlop on Thursday -
a birthday party for her personnel held their regular business I' and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender
Member @ 1951 daughter. Dlanne. on Saturday meeting in the cafeteria Friday on Friday. ,
October 13 from three to five. night of last week. At the 1 :Starling Carltoii
I About 18 children were present to close of the meeting refreshmentsof A very pretty wedding was
i l .. .1.110 For Sht Months help her celebrate. The children I sandwiches, cakes and coffee i solemlnlzed in the home of Mr. .
(HiihM-rlpilon $2.7 played a number of outdoor games, were served. and Mrs. R. A. Carlton I on Sunday
under the direction of Mrs FrankW. Professor A. A. Cook was called afternoon October 14, when their LOf/ETTS'
Now It's Up To The Governor Jones the leading one of which to Louisiana on Monday to attend daughter. EloUe and Pvt. WarrenJ.
I and was a treasure hunt the treasure I the funeral of his brother whc Starling son of Mrs. Alma Star p
Wallace E. Sturgis, president of the 1951 State Senate being bubble gum which the children lost his life In an airplane accidentIn ling of Starke and the late J. E. i
of legislation designed to open State Welfare were permitted to have when foreign service several weeka Starling were united In marriageby ..- rrooil
co-introducer Warren, who they found It. Prizes were awarded I
wired Governor
inspection, has Rev W. E. Hall. The living/ room
rolls to public urging an executive order authorizing the to Spurgeon Massey and Wanda ago.W.. H. Gilbert a Technical Sergeant was beautifully decorated with ///////'Ian... I
vetoed the bill believe that Wall for finding the most. After In the U. S. Marine -
welfare rolls in FI rlda, We corps gladioli and porn pom chrysan
opening of public the gamed refreshments of birth- weekend here with his
thus reasonable and constructive spent the themums. Pvt. Starling left Friday
the Governor should comply with day cake and Ice cream were sister Mrs. F. W. Jones and for the Orlando Air Base 123 W. Call St. Starke p
nerved to the children. Mrs A, A. ,
request. The Jones family motoredup
that family. where he Is stationed at the pres.
The bill was vetoed by the Governor on the grounds Cook Mrs. Clark and Mrs Jones''I to the Jacksonville airport with ent time. MM. Starling is visitIng Quantity Rights Reserved Prices
welfare appropriation assisted Mrs. Thomas Coon
the State's in caring
Federal funds supplementing' their guest Sunday morning tosee her brother and sUter-ln-law -eo'T'
would be cut off 'If the rolls were thrown open for public for the children. Little Dianne him off by plane to Cuba wherehe In Groveland.
This objection has now been removed, since was very happy over the many is :scheduled to be stationed for
inllpection. with the new Federal tax bill author- gifts she received and everyone some time.J. Chase &
an amendment adopted present had a good time. Dianne H. Moore Is visiting relativesIn
izes states to make the welfare" another was three years old that day Daytona Beach. LAKE GENEVABy COFFEE Sanborn I.Bt 1
l opening of rolls to inspection, KiMTPHNfiil I llomrcomlngThe i Edward Lee Massey, who la attending Vac-Pac Can ('limit' >' 1 1))
constructive step will have been taken to eliminate unsavory Annual Homecoming heldat school in Tampa spent Blanche\ CunninghamMr.

s developments in the otherwise laudable welfare program. Grace Methodist church last the weekend here with hU parents,
Governor of Georgia has already issued such' an order Sunday was well attended by local Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Ma.sey.GRAHAM. and Mr*. W. Kelley and!
The officials there expect a substantial number of, people as well as former resident I Mr. and Mrs F. L. Easterly of Arqo SlicedPineapple>
and welfare and friends of the church. sitmio.THAT Seifr J ld.
from welfare rolls as a result. The Jacksonville spent Sunday with SHCNOIO *
persons to be dropped state said that making the lists I, Rev. C. M. Worthington of Jacksonville : Mrs. Easterly's mother, Mrs c.kh hOld
of our former deliveredan
Governor a pastor Blanche Cunningham.Mrs. .
I rolls and are
public: "will benefit those who who should/are getting be on rehef the and should Interesting"Remembrance"sermon, at Because 11 o'clockon of By Mrs.. John McKlnnyMr. Ida M. Gentry and daughter Glory Ha:
rot and Lillian spent Sunday in Jacksonville -
I not' be." The Georgia welfare director has reported !several rain the picnic lunch which was tc I as guests of Mr. and Mrs Pk. & Beans w1gp11
I calls from people who asked to be dropped in view have been served on the church and Mrs. Leon Ellington and W. Watkins. tiE II C; .
telephone awn, wad served In the school daughter Rita of Starke were 'IIOQrPlJII' \ Instant CoffeeNescafe
of the forthcoming publicity. to become effective cafeteria Instead. Friends and visiting her parents... Mr.- and Mrs F. M. Flnley local merchant :,I
i If the public inspection law is permitted members of the church wish to George Burns Sunday attended the American Legion can.v"Dtlon..ln lib AFO IB. 12-oz!,
by Governor Warren, it will do much to help control express appreciation for the use of Mann Griff of Lawtey and Mr Miami. CASZta :\\13"3 CIJDTtN C
r I the mushrooming welfare bonanza, just as other constructivelaws the lunch room and also to Mrs and Mrs. B. McKinney of Starke Rev. George Farrar, was calling 6" 9 J Stark 1st
passed by the last Legislature have put a curb on the W. F. Moore of the Baptist Church were Sunday dinner guesU of Mr. on his old friends here recently iat- Tuna ''
thriving "aid to dependent children" industry in Florida. for serving aj pianist. and Mrs. John Moody.J. we are happy to know that he Li ::a _____ Chunks#I',
parental responsibility Ml <'!ub Girls Meet W. Starling of Clearwater again pastor of the Keystone
laws were
f these
Before : children. The Girls 4-H Club met In the spent the weekend with his Heights Community church. Tropical Brand
of "dependent"
nil in the
( was practically into school building Tuesday morning parents Mr. and Mr... Perry Mrs. Ida M. Gentry will\ attend
I Fathers could casually "desert" their families, go an- of hut week and the following officers Starling. the Postmaster National convention -
other state, and leave their children to be supported by their were elected for the coming Bobby and Arnold Waadin of In Miami the week of

y tax-paying friends and neighbors. year: President Estelle Green; Jacksonville were guests of -their October 21. TOMATOES 2 No 303 Cans l lTelley
1'' One syndicated writer thus described the conditions of flee-President, Virginia Green; parent over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. R. Forsythe and
those days : "Aid to dependent children was our worst Secretary Gereline Brannen; Song Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Martineau son. Charles and family left Sat.
> LPadt'rs. Jackie Harley and Gayle of Miami have bought the Louis
child for week's visit Ohio
We $50 a month to the first dependent urday a in
racket. gave
Moore. Assistant State 4-H Club Wlngarrt place. Mr. and Mrs.
each other child. A 'desertion' may and Pennsylvania.
S in a family and $18 to Ruth Lamar
Agent was presentat Wlngard have moved back to New OrangePekoe
be just' a case of collusion between a couple of bums. Nobody this meeting and spoke to the York. 1 %OT.rtTO APPRtnIn

?I' takes the trouble to make sure that the desertion is Klrlll[ on the subject of 4-H workIn Jennings Starling Is vUtting in ..1...CIM.I'n.rt.'.... .la C h.....-.Hradford.,.. Countr DONALD Tea 14
real or to bring the husband into court and enforce the old general giving them some Miami. I F:. tt HuriU-nMlo. Plaintiff vs. Kathryn -
1 sound laws of responsibility. Or a woman may bear several pointers on how to go about carry. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Dempsey I M. Mardcaxttt. Defendant Cart No. "1719follre \ DUCK Tetley's Orange Pea I
illegitimate children and use them a* a legal claim on the Ing on1 their work and keep records were guest of Mrs. Alice HermanIn Tn Appear. '
, ,1 taxes of the decent people of the state. She can lie around of what they do. Twenty-five. High Springs Friday. I Tn< Kathryn M HnrrliaaM. who.. Tea Bags 4ft f
girls were present and they went Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Melton of
: i drunk on the money given her for her children. It Is her 'mmedlntely to work learning the Gainesville were guests of her Inner-Tone Medicine Austex- With V&11'i;'

$ money, and she can do as she pleases with it"I 4-H pledge as well as some new I(I parents Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal I Real Relief For Beef Stew Cu
, Under the old system the percentage of illegitimacy in "songa. The next meeting will beheld Tuesday.

: I" births among the negro population in Urndford County had November 6, I Mr and Mrs." Earl Starling and. Stomach SufferersOne r Quart 9c Austex No. 300
j increased 100 per cent in the ten year period. 1940 to 1950. Miss Agnes Thomas of Starke son Edwin were guests of Mr.: man recently took INNER- !

I In 1950 there were 88 negro births in this county, 28 of themrecoidecfiM was Warren overnight Tuesday guest of last of week.Evelyn and Mrs. Saunders at Penney:' TONE three days and said afterwards Chili & Beans'l

, iUegitinwte.. ,Under such conditions the aid to W. H. ,Edwmrds -Jr. and familyof Farms Sunday. .. / I that he never would believe ._.
I", dependent'children program bore all the earmarks of degenerating Atlanta were weekend guests of Rev. S. E. Sparks oT fill- that INNER-TONE could help So
Frey -Ilentos
,. ed his regular appolntmentfat, the: much. He said that years of aches
1 ; into a governmental subsidy'of illegitimacy. his mother Mr W. H Edwards
, : This, of course, was not entirely the fault of the welfare Sr.. who went home with themon Graham Baptist Church Sunday. 1 and pains and that Is tired free worn of out

,',,' administrators. They did not have the backing of adequate I Sunday for a stay of several and feeling stomach are gone.dl trf'ss. At presenthe gas Corned Beef 3 3New
days. Mrs. Jean Rathcl and children
( laws with which to combat this evil. also returned to their homeIn PINE'LEVELI Is an altogether different man 12-oz Can

: Now, however, it's a different story. It is no longer possible !' Dt>lrnRr. Delaware\ at this time feeling fine In every way. INNER-
1 for a man to leave his wife and children run across!' the after spending several days with By Mm. II. )M. !MrRae TONE'li the new mixture of
juices from Nature's Herbs
, ,1 State line and remain free so long ns:' he stays out of the her mother. ) with blood building IRON combined

, ( State, leaving his family to be supported bv already hardprellRl'l1 Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.O. The Revival meeting at Pine and nerve strengthening VITAMINS VitaFds i of
taxpayer Thirty-two warrants for non-support J. Anders were their children Level Baptist church closed last B1.2., and B-6. It hasrellev..1 Low Regular Price! s-
t have been served here in Bradford County since the new law I grandchildren Mr and MM.ames Sunday with dinner on the many people who had Grape Jelly
into effort in than issued [ Anders of Palatka Mr. andMra grounds. We had a large attend never been really helped before by
1 went July-more were formerly Vita Food P! -
Johnnie Jenkins and childrenJennie ance all through the week althoughit medicine.
any Taken shortly before
in year's time under the old setup.As .
a Lou and Peter John and rained.
'I meals It mixes with your Preserves ,J.r.
a result!' aid to dependent grants in Bradford County Johnnie and Oierl Redgrave all of I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick food and aids digestion "thus

I I'' have declined from" $15.672.50 in June, to $9.480.60 in July. Jacksonville. I, and daughter Kathy were visiting eliminating gas and bloat". Don't l pan All 'Poynl tfssPuddings (:' I
, I Payments!' tinder the other two phases of the welfare program Mrs. C. E. Strickland of Gaines- Mr. and airs A. F. Hall of Jacksonville go on suffering get INNERTONEat 1 3 3i'
:,'. -old nile assistance and aid to the blind-have remained ville was the dinner guest of her Monday and Tuesday. They KOCH Drug Store. (Adv.) '

\4. virtually We have the nothing!same but admiration for the aims of the wel : :: | ||| | ; ;|{| | ]| | |"' | '" | || | | | ]" |]| "] : ; || !| 11. 5 Lbs 4S White BI! ac .:..7 1
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,I}: !' 11"11II"'UII'ilIIIIII"'IJ'"II'IiiI'11"IOJ"il'I"I ] ::: in nil[ iiIP! Plkv I =_ Clorox QSunn >.

,understand I .... .. ,, '" .. iilliiiluiiihUiL.

j ': resources nor care nor any I Iitl Celebrating the GOLDEN JUBILEE of the American Movie Theatre ]
itl children able to do soj; to support dependent children after "- > land or .Jack Spratt Small Smoked
I) every instrument: of the law had been invoked to force those l

J11: responsible for their welfare to carry out their obligations;

! 1 and to aid bonn fide instances of blindness. Picnic Hams Pound

jh We believe that opening the welfare rolls to public inspection fb;iJ lioo.d ha'ri1q' to

j' I would iro a long way toward eliminating some of a ,,.
1 the abuses in that phase of the program just as the new and .
\ tlgrhtened-up responsibility! laws are helping to abolish any At1 -t qffe Grade "A", QuickFrozenChicken Ballads

semblance of a "racket" from the aid to dependent children \: \@ 1 '

department. v" Bocks 2 pk9 49c -

Boston ButtPork scut
Every Ilranch ofINSURANCE I

v Roasts Lb 49c

? y Small Fresh
Oven PKG

H. C. \WALL AGENCYPLEASE Pork Hams Lb 53c Ready!

PHONE 116 t
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Constant Service Over 50 }"ears- '
1 1 F I I I'

4__ JThs9/ #dat5irre C'lurh 1I0MEfTiSt:, i I II $

L Rom where I sit..J'yJoe Marsh I ., 1Ib4 I rr ... ___ .. /



.- This Is Nat'l Apple Week! FROM
Pretty "Sheepish1My ,
OA ri4C /l WEEK THffGOGCTTING TO TQl OV1 ;s--GNJV nay '11:... far ...k"I.c Wk.I.. F.. :M.kl.. or 5-:: "

wife ad I went t. Ce.traalcurlnc/ I knew a short cut- 7NFMSELrn AI+'A"F UH IDHE. .. TN "aQa4DEN i 'rira.' .....d....Apple S.l.d_a..e.Imr, M r....r fr.lt Other. H.l.d.Urllrl .. Duncan HW' .es
City Saturday for the football thin a whole string of them swung THR L.IVEr B **>** fA2 i 7Ne FOUR ll'ALLfe JaysA... Dlikra sirrLT; -AND! run ON'T: HALLUWC-KMI.uu.r.T TO Oran;

gemI sad it was a top-notcher. But after him.like sheep. Of' THEIR lIONS orrff/ .. TILE V GET AC'A'lD WNP I I'THE Juice JCul
I bepa to wonder if it was worth gram where I alt, there's .. Eastern Delicious or Rome Beauty Winter Gcraan!
F//NS PAC/i/IrtS
the trouble whea we pt '. a traffic N". U jut following along. 11 fT/E/4 COMMUNITJ'l APPLES 3 Ibs. 29c CIa

Jam e..laJ ho... Whether It'. choosing a road, a York Cooking; Peaches
Traffic make m. mighty fan- movie star, or what beverage U APPLES 3 Ibs. 25c" .
patient. When I eame to a side drink at meal U.... It'' alwsys better Silraw6enies"S \
road that teamed to point towards .. .ak. your own decisions.Personally. DdFl1R/lAPpr BY/HG In Mesh Bags!-York;
UM main highway I turned onto I often like a glaM ., R APPLES 5-lb. bag 39c superbrand!tee
it.This ro. bo a mile, then fetches up short by all";I like the freedom making up APPLES 2 Ibs.t: 5 en"
tk.railroad-a dead end. ., own mind about It! L_. APP7Auiavf.4/vIzt: Jewell "icktft
1 Fresh P\I-
So, I turned around and darned Bartlett Pears 2 ,Lb.. 29 Thighs
U there weren't twenty can be- IL,
bind met One driver had followed OVVitAu(

THEATRE' Bananas Z
c.ryrtshq 95',UmiuJ Stern Brmtrt FftulJotiof U STARKE 2 Ibs.OCT .

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the 10th day of November, JUJ ;
1951 residence. la Unknown. the Idth day of November, 1951; dence Is. Woodland. Drive, Belton, otherwise the allegation of said
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thorn, You are hereby notified that a otherwise the allegation.of said. Honth Carolina.You hereby. notified that a''' Complaint will b* taken a. confeesed -
bit fur Divorce ha. been filed Complaint' will b. taken a confeimed by you.
STATE Clerk of the Circuit Court ha. been filedagainst
FARM Py Myrtle T. Beaver. Deputy Clerk .....In.t yoU In the above named by )'0". tilt for Divorce the above named Thl notice ahall be publishedonce
(L 1011| n 11,' Court and ..a".. and you are required This notice shall)! be puhllnheilonce you In and are required each week for four consecutiveweeka
Mr's. week for four connectiveweeka Court and cause you County Tele
By Bryan \Vhltfleld 10 verve a copy of your anewer each of anewer In the Bradford
I tOTlCR TO .IPPR4RIn tr pleading' to the complainton In the Bradford County 'role.. to serve a copy complainton I graph.
Circuit ('...n. Bradford ('....tJ'. the Plalntlff'a Attorneys. Evan araph.Hated. or plead Ine; to Attorneys the : Evan Tinted this 16th day of October
Mrs. riorldai lit Chanrerr. '1'. and Neal I). Evans: Jr. this' 18th day of October the Plalntlff'a mi.
Sidney Walker returned to s''i::; ; T. Evans and Neat' D Evans Jr. 101 ,
Jnckeonvllie J. Thomas
D'ruthyVIttenann' Plaintiff, ".. Kx<'hnnae Ttulldlnir 151.OKFtCHt Jackson. (OFFICIAL SEAL A.
her home In Waycrosa. Georgia ChnrleeVittemani,. Defendant.Caa Florida. and file the orlvlnal ( SHAM A. J. Thomas, l.nw; Kvchnnga HuMilln, Clerk of the Circuit Court..
Friday following No. Sill In the office of the Clerk of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.Fly villa., Florida' and file the orlalnalIn By Myrtle T. Beaver Deputy Cleric
lusa gtrrqess AlohrPONCA. / ten day visit %,, lee To Appear.Ctmrles circuit Court on or before the 5ihday Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputv. Clerk.' the office of the Clerk of the Cir.chit 1019| 4t Ills
with Mr. and Mrs.! P. D. rancher. \Vltii>mann. Defendant.reNldenca of November, 1951 ; otherwise 10119 4t HiP! Court on or before the Iftth day
= NEBR.===-= Mrj. \V. N. North and la Unknown. the allegation of said Complaintwill of November lOll, otherwise the al. .. -, '
their '
Billy, visited! son, You are hereby. notified that a be taken aa confeaaed by you. In Circuit LeerS KraiUord Conntr.Flnrlitni location of snld, Complaint will betaken .,,:- ', '. : .,;<<-! : -. :
relatives In TalluaRee suit for Divorce and custody Thin notice. shall b* pnbltehedence !.. Caaneerr.Carmen as confessed by you.
______ping a gong of winter joy are the good clean things one Alabama for several days IhlJ and control of minor child care. hae been each week for four connecutlve I..... Knaor. Plaintiff va J.... This notice shall be published
11..t nowflake"" and has done. That Bin recalled bring week. filed aaalnat. you In the above named weeks In the Iiradford County Tele. ae fiery Hnanr Defendant once. each week for four consecutiveweek Tile.graph. Announcing ,
and surely. only sad memories. S CVturt and cause and you are required .rraphDated. Case No. 871 In the Bradford County I
_ _gently Mr. and Mrs. Tllton Browning to serve. a copy of your anawer tbla 4th day of October, Order Of Pnkllcejtloii Ad IVetlce To .
I adked ..... Hiited this lOUt day of October, ESTABLISHMENTCRUMP
an .
elderly lady who and or nleadlna: to the complaint 1911. A. |* Htate Off Florida Tel
pie custom and by seems 40 sad and lonely all the time. Henry Browning and sons of on the Piinttffs Attorneys, Evan (OFFICtAT. PRADA. J Thomas, Jesse Oarylna..r.. whone realdenceand "St. ,
Idemmed- Tampa were Sunday visitor. of T. Evans and Neal T). Evans, Jr, Clerk of the'Circuit Court, addreea In: B015 Indian Lane, (OFFICIAl. STOAt) A. 3. Thomaa
When she was young she waj not Mr. and 103 Law Kxrhnnire HullittnR.. Jack- fly' Myrtle T. Denver, Deputy Clerk College. Park Md. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
_ Hot food to those P. S. Crews of Mr.: 105| 4t 10125 to No.vember By Myrtle T. Beaver Deputy Clerk
_____ always faithful to her husband annvllle. Florida and file the orl..ln.III You are required appear on
and Mrs. A. L. Crews and Mr. and In the office of the Clerk' of the Iff, Iftfil. In Ihe .above named I0l| 4t 1I8|
| who long II although she lived with him until Mrs. C. D. Sellerj. I Circuit Court on or before the 6th OTICM TO APPK4H Court and oauce wherein plaintiff, APPr3\H ENGINEERING
try his death. She nays to be day of November, 19M; otherwisethe .....k. divorce. BradCord County NOTICE TO
happy '
In old Among those attending Gator allegations. of said Complaintwill !. Circuit Ci...t. Bradford Cou.ty. Telegraph shell publish thla OrderIn lit Circuit Court. llradfnrd. CopeS & CONST. CORP.
ielvedof age one must have sweet Florida In ('hsaeery.James
taking warm Growl In Gainesville be taken aa confessed hv you. 11''da. I.> Caaaeery.Andrew next four weakly laeuea.Wttne Plaintiff
Friday evenIng Mclinnlel
memories of having always done This notice shall be publishedonre Tokoch AlKO Known Al ** my hand and official' drover .
_ d and preserve. the were Mr. and Mrs? G. E each week for four pone-epullve Andrew Takoch and Andrew Ta- seal at starke., Florida. this October v... Mary Katherine McDnnlel. 8741Nitllr Defendnnt. 1032 Hendricks Ave.
golden and a right thing. Crews, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. En. week 'In the nradford County Telerrnph. kach). Plalntirr. va. Maria SlmaTokoch. 1. 1911. Case No.
,tied Case No. 1741 SBAT.) A. .T. Thoma. Tit Appear.To
Di-fendnnt. OFFICIAL
t. ten, Another dear old lady in the I I gram Sonny Engram Mm. P. SCrews I Dated this 4Ih day of October, M.I ... T. .tpanar.To A. Clerk of aald Court MarY Katherine !Mclianiel.whose Jacksonville: Florida
and sympathetic Ozarks tells me the secret of her Spencer Crews Mr. and 19B1.OFFICTAT : Maria Hlnm Tokooh. whoaerealdence Pv Myrtle T. Deaver Peputv Clerk residence, and aildress IMneneral a,4. ...-.....
_ ( I I I Jled-
ors Mrs. ( !SKAL) A. :J. Thomae, and addreaa la: Kncy, Chaa. n. Ifeaa, BA4-nn Onaranty Life Delivery care 0
long life and happiness la always I H. O. Bates 3rd., Barbara Clerk of the Circuit Court. Aliaumrvve, Hunicary.. nulldlnr, Jacksonville Florida. den, Hlnton West Vlra-lnla.
L. I Bates Dr. and By Myrtle T. Ix-aver, Deputv Clerk.. notified that You are hereby notified that a
___ some say Intrude. Mrs. H..J. Kucera You are hereby A tOl! 4t 119KTOTICK |
being cheerful looking on the I Mr. and lola Jbservesg MM. W. N. North, Billy against In the above named APPEAR you In the) above namedCourt
_ you TO .
bright side and .
hearts are more :aaylng a prayer. North, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bran. Clrrmlt rimrr. Bradford revaty. Court and caiiie and you are required In rlrml CoHrt. nradlnrd Ceoatr and cause. and you are required SURVEYORS
......... '........ .. to serve a copy of your an-
It is easy to make mistakes when nen. Miss Plnrlrtat In ( ". to serve a copy of your answer KlorMai I. ( ,
i lean Carolyn Bradley and Leon 11'. Reynold. Plaintiff' v.. Vlv. or pleading tn the complaint on the Ralph T,. Ade...,". Plaintiff va. Lena wer or pleading' ; to the complaint and CIVIL ENGINEERS
fasting than the young but If we would be happyIn Mrs. Helen Crews. State Farm Ian n. Reynold, Defendant Plaintiffs. Attorney T. Frank tan- Mae Adams, on the Plaintiff'. Attorney T. Frank
DefendantCane file .
and ,
members Caae .711 drum Snrke. Florida and file the No S7.1li lAndrutn fttarka Florida c.
tm our last. years, refrain ,from of the Bradford High Notice T. Appear original In the office of the Clerkof tlc.e To Appear.To the original In the office of the L. -" ."
low It appearto/ me; evil doing. When I I School Band participating In the To: Vivian H. Reynod; whoa the Circuit Court on or before. : Lena Ma. Adams whose ...."I. Clerk of the Circuit' Court on or b.-

j leach loaf Is sent the waj a WAC I parade ana attending festivities -. .. -- .

d will, lived so clean and good. I like to :i were Patsy and Brian Kucera. ,/ _.iJn .... .. ... ..._ :L.iiiiEIJmU .. .- ,
0810n and the quiet recall those days. I know they j Frances Caldwell Steve. Harden

_ are some of my best days. Let and Nancy Bates.
Buculate kind neigh. I Ie I j Miss Peggy Caldwell
us live now so that when far down spent the
Unlveralty of Florida Home Comi .
each homely par. the trail toward the setting sun i Ing weekend with Miss Sue Biggs

will food.Chrl.oJUe. although alone we can never be : at the University. Grand Opening

Lund Coles so lonely we have beautiful memories ;i Mrs. Emma Rivers of Auburn. .
prayer. 1 dale has been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
_Jill towns and farm CLAY HILL: Card from Haze) C. D. Sellers and Mr. and Mrs. .

_ All have suchst a Crlffla. All are well. Elgin Lang P. S. Crews since Monday having

In you that you is In California. They :aaw Lorene come home with Mrs. Crews and

I t straight and narrow Strickland who lives near Gilroy, ''Patricia Willard who spent the

Jet orever sickness concerned and death of I Cal HELPFUL It has been HINTS cooler.: A teaspoon I lives.weekend. with Auburndale rel- Central Fla. Gas & Appliance Co.

_ ine and here are your j, of vanilla in a quart of paint will Mr. and Mr. E. J. Blume andI

with things to eat kill the odor when painting Inside. I their daughter, Janice, spent Tuesday

of sympathy. That I use embroidery flouj to darn of last week in Leesburg asguesU
The home socks. Such a variety of colorsto
.d I living. I of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.Walkei .
!reet that for about match every pair. Try putting '

|been closed Is being vinegar In the water when you I Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns are 149 E. CALL ST. STARKEFL4.PYROFAX .
fresh clean wash windows. cleaiu .
i owner Really again Farm residents having i
at the windows andrlou81y the glass and wipes dry with a I[ moved from the Blending area Into ', I
Theling soft cloth. ,
: happy. ,I the house formerly occupied by
_ widow perhaps I am baking whole wheat bread. :'Mr. and Mr... Maurice Barton. "
lii. but she Is young Tomorrow Is Don'j birthday. I T'
ove1y. She cares for am going to bake him a pink and I I I TVOT1CB' TO APPEAR
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'1'. I do hope they white! cake and have Ice cream ,I[ I.VlfM-ldMt Clrrvl.. r..t.ritm.f+Bndr..d v9.Flor C..tF. GAS ;

[ the old home to live.I for dessert. I also have him a j i|I .mef. Hum ., I'la Inllrf. v". Willis
white hotue with I new rayon silk shirt as a gift. J'' Parnell Cooper Burn. DefendantCnne .
a and closed porches. like birthdays. ]I, NeSt,'. T. Appear. 8731
people now across There Is to be a school parade To: WIlllH Parnell ('nnp.r. Burn,
I wbnne residence. In: lTnknown.S .
the home and everyly down town! so I will take Diggerand I Tot are hereby notified' thnt s .
*- man passes the go for a walk now and seethe stilt. fnr Dtvorc h.. been. fll eI"c.ln.t
you In the above named
II' to town. He UI parade. I went to a cooking I Court and run. and you era r*>.
_I I and gentle old man school Tuesday. We burled an quired to serve. a copy of your an.ever .
or r>l>ndlnfr to the :
time had plenty of old gentleman who was hit by an on the. Plain. tiff'ft Attorney. Evan SERVICE
_and a son who liked auto. Broke nearly every bone T. Kvann sod Nest D Kvann, Jr,

_ left the old gent toe that was very large. Digger Is Monvllln 103 Law, Plortrta Kxrhftnpr, nnrt*. "nllelln.fll. the orlirln Jnrk.

: pension. I always fine. Don Is at the store, so we ..1 In the office of the Clerk| of the
him who rich Circuit Court on or h.f"re the Iftlh .
are in shall go down tee the parade and
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day "mh r 19A1 : otherwIse
that are the main visit, Don. the ...1I ..all..n. of MA Id Complaint'
that when one ia old Hello to everybody. I think of will h. taken a* confessed Ity you.'rhls .

back on and say you all and God bleaa you every nn... esci notlc, week shall fr PA fn..r publlnhodtv "nn..eu.
counted. He says one. TfUeTrnnh*. V4r.*Ie. In the Bmttford County Friday and Saturday Oct .26..27 11

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Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis will weeke In the
I Miss Maragaret Hall I Stork Shower Held I Jimmy Dowling Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez have as their weekend guests Mr*. raph.bated th Bradf, d

I Feted Are HonoredOn Davls's mother, Mrs. L. R. Good. 1951. six
Engaged To For Mrs. Lawsoni : Is Ing and her brother-in-law and (OFFICIAL SEAi ,

Donnie Crawford i i 'On Sixth BirthdayLittle .iI I lst Anniversary sister, :Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tolbert By Myrtl.Clerk T .f I...).
: M. L. Lawson was the D ?' ? b..
and daughter Donna, of Charleston -
honored guest at a lovely stork B. Alvarez of "
Jimmy Dowling celebrated Mr. and Mrs. R. S. C -
> shower given Thursday evening of his sixth birthday anniversary Winter Haven were feted at a buffet In CIr uit NOTICF. i-: TO Arpp-\
+t last week at the home of her cousin Saturday afternoon when his dinner party Wednesday evenIng Mrs. Effie Johns had as her Floridee Ia .aef.p... ar.lfotd
: Ewell Lawson, Mrs.'!: R. C. Anna rrr'Kroaecky
t Mrs their thirty-first KroN""k" '
celebrating I
mother Mrs. Billy Dowling entertained Thursday of last week Rev.
guests ,
Gladys; Mooty Let ,
i I by Mrs. Ewell Lawson Mrs. R. C Hostessesfor d1
at a lovely party at the I wedding anniversary. and Mrs. J. B. Dixon of Jackson'ville. '. .
I'hone 35 Buford and Mrs. Dockatader. Dowling home on Cherry street the affair were their daughter, Notice.. To Appear,
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v I I. .. ..... A pink color scheme was carried The Hallowe'en motif was carried Miss Dorothy Alvarez, and Mrs dcnceYon and John,' addl..Kt. .
A lse'ri> out in the flower arrangements out In the arrangements of Paul Raymond, given at the latter's NOTICE' TO AFFRtn Sunll".lun' \11
+ Series Of Parties of pink roses, Ice cream, In Clrrult, ('......t. IBmdford. County, IIr" hero
S'i'I! HeldStringfellow goldenrod October daisies and home. Florida !. Tkanrrrr.Morrfu suit for nil 0 Ih.I.,
j 1I cake and napklna. Hallowe'en decorations. Jack Fall flowers were used in deco- pvor n. plaintiff VH BerthA control, of mini d:
' Ij Honoring Miss Melba I III I Mrs. Lawson was the recipientof o'Lanterns graced the mantel andIn rating the home for !the occasion rivorrn., Defendant.. Cues .No. 5719Aotire Court against and you Jr, the al t ",

I IA IAi many lovely and useful gift.from the dining room orange and with a graceful bouquet attractively :' Bertha To Appear.To Dvore-n. whrme re-nl- qll Ired to serve"<'nose 1M
i! MUa Melba StrlnKfellow, whose Pouring from silver service at the 28 guests. I were strung from in a crystal bowl used a* dunce and addreiiM. IH: 1774 Park ewer 0" IHHc1'nlf' a J,Pr ,>r\
:II t end table Mr... W. black streamers New York on the I'lnlntlff I Ih
to Inman Green wan an each of the were I Assisting the hojtesurs In serv Avenue Bronx \
i marriage from the centerpiece of the buffet serving -
ball hanging notified that Inndrum, ,
I a crepe paper Yon are hereby a Htnrtt' K-
has Q. mother of the .
of Thursday evening Stringfellow, ing their guests were Agnes and the \
event chandelier to the table. .rltetraditional table. cult for Divorce and approval' of nrla-lnnl' In lh.
been the Inspiration' for many bride-elect and Mrs. L.. D. Green, Pamela Faye Lawson. the Hepnratlon agreement has been filed I flerk of the ri"! .. f
It In the past week. mother of the bridegroomelect.Assisting birthday cake centeredthe Helping to celebrate the occasion against ynu In the shove named. rrre. the 2Bh| day
lovely partleB dining room table which was with the honor guests and hostesseswere Court and cause and you are re.quired ; othtrwlnr
: Thursday afternoon Oct. 18, the guests|In serving were and Mrs.entertaining W Miss Frances ColleyTo decorated with candy pumpkins Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harding 'w... or to pleadlno-nerve. a copy to the of complainton your an- RAid fenced. Homplalnt. by you. t ,

1 Mrs. Junlus Smith, MM. J. E. candy cobs and candy black cat Rev. and Mrs. I... D. Haines, Miss the Flnlntlff'ii. Attorney, T. Frank Thl l.. l
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I and M. Munily, Mrs. M. C. Brown, Wed November Lnndrum, Starke, Florida and file once weeka for teach
'I Brownlee fa
J. M. candles. Flanking Ross and Mr. ?
with six Raymond. .
Mrs. Dorothy
t Wilson green \ r
Mrs. office of the
II. M. Richards Mrs. E. L. the original I 'In the JrVph.th* Brn(1'fflDuted
; f Mr. George Manassa were hostesses : Matthews, Mrs. Robert Turner, Episcopal CeremonyA the centerpiece were two burning r-icrk of the r-lroult Court on or be. It'
for the fore the lath day of November, this 24..ih
tea The delightful refreshment iii
;m I at a delightful Mr,*. Charles Meyers of Jackson green tapers. I 1451.1: ntherwtne. the alleRatlona of 11161.
'I' the Parish HouR. wedding of social Interest In keeping with Mrs Lonnie Harley and Mrs. Al .
bride-elect In ville, Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng, Mrs. were mild. fnmnlfllnt will tut taken a"tnfe (OFFICIAL SEAT.:: ) A
,t from four to five-thirty. will be the marriage of Miss Mar the Hallowe'en motif. I Harley were in Jacksonville on .< *..ed by yntl / ( J.
'f Vernon Silcox Mrs. R. P. Stubbing Mr and Mrs Lynn Hall of Thin notice shall be 'publlahedonce By Myrtl.T Deaver. pculpm,
I/ Mrs. Edward Burns met lheuests and Mrs. J. R. Kite. Mrs. K. O. Hampton announce the approachIng tha Frances Colley daughter oMrs. Gamed were played during the. business last Friday. each week for four connecutlv 'to 2t
at the door and presented Duncan provided solon music dur- marriage of their daughter, M. Hoiuer Colley and the afternoon by the 19 guests and -
it them to the receiving line which ing the tea hours Margaret Louise, to Donnie Hugh late Mr. Colley to James Thomas prizes were won by Gayle Edwards I TYYYYYYYYYTTYTYTTTTTTTYYYTYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYTYTTTTTTT YV.y
d,! four hostess Stewart of Palatka. son of Mrs. E and Mary Ann Long. In the gamewhere
was composed of the Seventy-five guest were Invited Crawford son of Mr and Mrs.
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11 The recelv L. Stewart of Starke, to be solemnized the children drew faces on '
e. and the honoree. to call during the appointed Lonnie Crawford, Sr of Starke.
\II I ; tog line stood before the mantel hours.The. The wedding will take place In Thursday evening Nov. 1,I paper sacks Linda Kay Holten I II
which waa banked with magnolia the Hampton Chrlstrlan Churchon at 7:30: o'clock In St. Mark's Episcopal won first prize.A.IIII.Ung .

,1''I boughs and held a centerpiece of Pariah Mouse on Church Sunday afternoon, Nov. 18, at Church. Officiating at the I Mrs. Dowling In :serving
I giant yellow chrysanthemums street was the scene of a lovely .4 o'clock in the afternoon. No invitations ceremony will be Rev. Fred her son's guests. were Jimmy's

,I flanked by seven branch brass miscellaneous shower Tuesday are being sent, but all YerkeJ. grandmother, Mrs. Roy Mathews, 'id'A
f candelabra holding yellow burning afternoon from four to five-thirty' friends and relative of the coupleare A program of nuptial music will and his aunt, Mrs. Leighton Hoodof
,\f tapers. fetelng MLis Stringfellow. Hostesses Invited to attend be offered by the church organist, Palalka. Also among the

'! table overlaid with for the affair were Mrs. Vernon Mrs. Lemuel Colson. /guests was his cousin, James L.
bride' ,
\ The linen cutwork cloth, Silcox, Mrs. Robert Green, Starke MusicaleThe The bride-elect will have as her Hood of Palatka.Junior .
0' an exquisite artistic arrangement MISS Marty Young, Mrs. J. W. maid of honor, her sister, MisjShirley
was centered of with shaggy an yellow and Brownlee, MM. Guy Sale and Mrs. Starke Musicale held its Colley of Washington, D Class demonstration of how A&P helps you sat&
Don Page.A first C. The bridesmaids will be Miss on total food bill-made
chrysanthemum In a low meeting of the 1951-52 sea.1 money your possible one
i white silver bowl. Four low silver candleholders pink and white color motif son In the Methodist educational DorU. Stewart and Miss) Carolyn To Sponsor DanceThe by our sincere efforts through the years to Ii'.

i held burning yellow tapers waa used In the floral arrangements building Tuesday night. After the I Keen. up to the A&P Policy-to alwaysDo
I I'' placed at vantage points new officers took their will be William B BHS Junior Class Is sponsoring
entwined with fern places Best man what is honest fair sincere
i which were and in
1 with yellow tulle bows. throughout the lounge. some interesting plans for the new Ladd of San Mateo and ushers a dance Saturday eveningat e best interest
tied the of
I and each customer .
raise .
8 o'clock at the USO to
The large fireplace and mantel, year were disclosed. will be Rudolph M. Patrick of
\ banked with quantities of magnolia Instruments! music by membersof Palatka and George Harris of money for all the football queen Extend friendly satisfying service to
,I II 11 boughs and centered with afan the BHS Band were rendered Tampa. candidates Admission Is lOc. everyone Give every customer the

haped arrangement of white Including a clarinet duet by Martha Following the ceremony a reception most good food for her money Assure .

WANTED to BUY pompom and pink gladioli, with Landrum and Patty LawMan; a will, be held at the Camp accurate weight every time- 16 oz.
floor urns at either aide holding horn solo by Ben North aCCOmpanied Blanding Officer's Club. to each pound Charge the correct

PULP WOOD coral vine, formed the backgroundfor horn by Mr. E. K, Perryman; a No Invitations are being sent BOASTBuilding Q price Cheerfully refund customer's
o the receiving line, which was and trumpet duet by Ben but all friends of the couple are invited 1'l' -l if for
CROSS TIES composed of the six hostesses and North and Earl Norman; and a money any reason any purchase is
to attend. : (
the guest of honor. Greeting the trombone Solo by Earl Norman, Florida I"I Our Boast I \ r, I not satisfactory.
and Pine Timber accompanied by Alieae Lawson. Wlillw Starving Buzzard From I Today, as we complete 92 of service
\ gue"' ta at the door were Mrs. H.,H. years we i
Adams and Mrs. Leslie Biggs. I Mrs. Perryman gave an Interesting WSCS To Observe Coast to Coant.FRKK their shopping at AaP because : vite you to shop at A & P with the assurance th

0 The bride's table was overlaid report from the district Week Of PrayerWeek : Prompt Removal of dead they know they. will ',; "You can't make a Mistake on any purchase

' : with a lovely cutwork cloth and and meeting Mrs.of the State Federation, Cattle, Horses, Mule. and (logs, find : .. make at A & P.
F Will Pay centered with five-branch silver Lemuel Colson reported of Prayer will be observedby Good food 'I.
on a recent trip to the Stephen (Phone FLORIDA KENDEKEKS,

: Highest Cash Prices candelabra holding pink with and crystal white epergnette pompoms Foster Memorial. Monday the ,Methodist Oct. 29.WSCS On Monday starting STAKKK 132 or Good Good service values i\ Ann Page SALAD DRESSING

\ FOR ANY SIZE TRACTS and burning white tapers entwined Refreshments were served by Quiet Day of Meditation and Prayei GA1NESV1LLK: 3330, Collect
I with plumoRos fern. All of the ap- the hostess committee at the close, will be conducted by Mrs. W. E. I If you have any suggestions Pt
pointments on the table were sll of the program. i:! Wilson of Crescent City, the Spiritual as to how we can s. 310 Q Is. 55!

t ver and the sandwich trays were I! life chairman of tile Gainesville make these good features _
decorated with pink button pom Beta Sigma Phi District, held in the churchall at your AaP even better,

I,: SEEI poms. Serving Russian tea from day. please let us know. please APPLES York 5 Lbs 39
I' I silver services either The Beta Sigma Phi sorority the HOW write .
at end of the Tuesday afternoon will be : .-'t.aw.ca4 4
A. McKINNEY table'were Mrs. W. Q. Btrlngfellow held their Ritual of Jewels and missionary program.The _'
: and Mrs. L. D. Green, the first dinner party at the Keystone Inn CUSTOMER RELATIONS
of will be ton-
Week Prayer
: hour Mr.. Monday evening with 18 member DEFT. okay 2 Lbs. 25
; At Starke Taxi Stand and J. E. Wilson> and eluded at the regular prayer nUetIng )
present. A&P
MI's. ;iwtlllam Parks the second Food Stores
+ ( 7:30
PHONE 150 Initiated In the church at the : IRtyIce .
IV' into the sorority 420 Lexington
Starke, Fla. hoar.Miss at this meeting were Mrs. Robert Wednesday evening.Friendship Id New York 17. Avr..
June Patel several 1i A8Y"ClMNIKtJ" CAULIFLOWER Each
sang lCII" EL- 29
, delightful numbers accompaniedby Turner, Mrs. CurtU Melons. Miss Class :.:- <
Sarah Williams
and Mrs. Wlllfan
MM. J. W Kincaid during. the
f ..AAiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Enjoy tea hours. Coram. Meets. Tuesday Night ; m a

Assisting the hostesses In servIng Hazen, Mrs. Leslie Biggs, Mrs. PERFECT STRIKE Foss Guava
': Our Convenient and entertaining their guests: W. E. Dowling, Mrs. A. B. Baker The Friendship Bible claw of the CHUM JELLYSALMON

were Mrs. J. R. Chasteen, Jr., Mrs. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. Presbyterian church will hold its WITH THIS NEWGE
R.: 1. Matthews, Mrs. Charley The bride-elect was presentedwith regular monthly class meeting and 12 OZ. 23
: e Lay Away Plan Johns. Mrs. T. F Landrum,' Mrs. a large platter from her supper at the home of Mrs. Guy II CLEANER! JAR

W. H. Smith, Mrs. James Lewis chosen ,rhlna pattern from her Andrews at the Starke Motor

' I Large Selection Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. Clifford hostesses as a memento of the Court Tuesday evening. Oct. 30 Revolutionary new swivel-top 16 oz. can 39 0 : Flaga Dried |
occasion. at 7:30: o'clock.An .
'" Invited to call during the attractive program has been lets you clean an avtrage-size -
To Choose From appointed '
hours were 75: guenu. arranged and all members are living room without once I4I1 eHerman's 12 OZ. 12\
. PHONE 218 I urged to attend.Bishop PKG. |
' I moving!the! cleaner I 1as t
: Monday'afternoon Ml sStrlnjrfellow Orange
COL0NIAIFLORIST waa the Inspiration Frank Juhan Brand All Meat Marvin !'illedSkinless
of a gift tea given at the State)I DATESFRANKS
Canterbury Farm home of Mrs. L. F. Chap To Preside DuringConfirmation

man. Other hostesses on this occasion 7 1-4 OZ.PKG. .
Service 21
:1 ; Bulova were Mr. J. O. Godwin .

'+ and Elgin Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Mrs. L. A.
of Jacksonville
:: Bishop Frank Juhan -
i. FLOWERS Shepherd Mrs. J. Cockl.
O. Planter's
WATCHESProfessional Caldwell will preside at the :5 o'clock 7/bce//o590 :
i ) and Mrs H. M. Rlcharde. .
FOR ALL OCCASIONS services and confirmation at, St.Mark's PEANUT
''I Models Among the lovely bowls of pink Episcopal Church Sunday r.

,, '! roses used In decorating the party afternoon. All members of the Quick Frozen Grade A 340
s FOR DOCTORS rooms the mantel arrangementswith I church and friends are cordially HENS 59
AND NURSES their mirrored 'reflection Invited to attend. .
I 1 were of special beauty. The re- At the 11 o'clock service Dr. and DRAWN LB. "../ JewelShortening

; freshment table, covered with an I Charles E. Mounts of the Upiver-
i L1 Italian cut-work tloUi, was centered Florida will be Lay Reader.
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with a silver bowl Large Green
holding Following the confirmation In SHRIMP 20I
Elgin and Hamilton TOTTERY azalea-pink fantasy zinnias Interspersed the afternoon the Auxiliary will 59'HEADLESS < .
with white I HBBBBBBSBBBl
pompom chrysanthemums OCEAN LB.
be hostesses at a reception In:the Made.)
ENDORSED POTTED PLANTS and lacy fern. Tall Parish House. LaundryOCTAGCtf Sea
I white, lighted tapers In silver AYEaleSAS
Railroad Watches FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE candelabra balanced the central Allgood Brand
theme.At IIS BACON

i I Nona St Starke each end of the table there I D .BU"TARKE .kt1fi, La 49< BAR

was a silver service. From one .
i Mrs. W. G. FL-: 'Floating SoapSWAN
Stringfellow of the t\ ,
State Farm mother of the honoree 1.t ,er: Ann Page Mayonnaise

poured coffee while from the Fri., Sat Oct. 26, 27 .- REG. \
American Beauty other, Mrs. ]
D. Green of Starke IO
mother of the groom, poured tea. DOUBLE FEATURE I ,. 8 oz. Pts. BARS !

J. R. Wood, & Bond I1I A* a memento'of the occasion the HOUSE OFFRANKENSTEIN (, 21 < 36"" Qts. 6S
hostesses Gentle
Jm/2attant presented the gravy ...
Finest DIAMONDS"The ladle of her chosen silver to the New 1951' Lux Soa;

bride-elect. Miss Stringfellow Boris. Karlof, Len Chaney '
Gift Of A Lifetime" wu attired In a black taffeta Bath
afternoon dress and her corsagewas AND \ JELLY I I Ann Page Pure 4 BARS '

of pompon chrysanthemums.About Guns Ablazing .1 29 C
thirty guests were invited CLEANER STRAWBERRY 12 OZ. JAR Stop B. O.
With Frame JohnsonAlneh .
to be with the honoree on I LIFEBUOJBath
this occasion. Serial and Color Cartoon ..del AVC-11S /

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your hi get rid v( them nil, not Ju.' Ii \ blasts OLEOMARGARINE
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Gem Jewelry AgencyPhone al Pkgs. With AND Pat O'Brten 145 E. Call St. I Spaghetti Dinner 42c A & P FOOD STORI

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Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering I Among those attending the J Father Francis Dunleavy left Mr. and Mrs. Blake Jackson are Joe Griffis, Route 301, sold his Mrs. D. W. Moore had aa her
had as their weekend guests. Mrs. Homecoming festivities In Gainesville Wednesday" for the Catholic Par I moving from the Clarence Melton house and farm the past week to I guests last! Sunday her son, C. R.
R. C. Dunn of Jaakionvllle Beach. Friday and Saturday IncludIng ish In KIt. lmmee. Father Richard house on Westmoreland avenue to Paul 1 K. Watson of St. Petersburg. Moore and family of Archer and I
Mike Pickering had as his weekend the parade. Gator Growl and/ Lyons! of Lorctta replacing Father the Paul Knight bungalow on E A. Strout Realty Agency hand her grandson Chad R. Moore and
guest Eddie Jay. Jr. of the or football were: the BHS at
game Dunleavy the local church Laura street this weekend. led the transaction. family of Wildwood.FARMER'S .
Naval Air Station and both attended Band which appeared in the pa- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schroederof

IN THE NEWS the Gator Growl. rade and stayed for the Growl. Dayton Ohio were Sunday ........... .... .. ........
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holm and Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dlnkln. Mr. guests of Col. and Mrs. D. E.
I .. family of Tampa were weekend' and Mrs. 1-!. C. Broadway antifamily Knight. ;
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. I... Miss Marion Henderson Mrs J.V.. Brownlee returned 'f" !' '
\t Brownlee and Mrs. J. Mrs. \V. F. Godwin and sons Lawson.Mr Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell Mr. and Sunday from Metter. Ga. where SPECIAL !

(oiwsri J JacksonvilleH \ John and Henry, returned Sunday and Mrs. T. 1<:. McClane. Jr. Mrs. Arthur Laudon Mrs. K. JDowllng she visited her slater-in-law. Mrs.
V evening after a week In Miami at- will leave today for Memphis' Jr.. Sen. and Mrs. Char- Earl Johnson and family for 11
'g. Colley was in Jack- tending the Legion convention.Mr. TVnn. where they will attend a ley Johns and houxegueats Mr. days. Mrs. Johnson underwent

WidneSday.gundorf and Mrs. J. K.: HUdebran county agents' convention. and Mrs. James Lewis and family major surgery recently and Is getting LIMITED TIME ONLYIf
of St. Petersburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Foster Mr. and( Mrs. Robert Green and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crowson. Mr. along nicely.

weekend with Mr. and In Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. children Gayle and Marion spent and Mrs. W. H. Kerns. Miss Dot n.....> niiohon new ..h1Itltlt'nt.| AtSlxtrunkn.
Mundorf. and Mrs. James Phillips Jr. from Thursday to Sunday In Alvarez, Miss Dorothy Ross. Mian .
Ld .Irs. H. S. Hazen of of Macon, Ga. will spend the week Montgomery, Ala. visiting Sgt. an,1Mra. Dot Johns Mrs. P. S. Crews' Mr. and MM. F. J. Pellum and You are a Farmer We Will Pay You $75.00
1 Hill were Sunday visitors : end with their parents. Mr. and R. W. Reese. Spencer Crews Miss Hilda Wat- children and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell ,

,. E. McKinneys. Mrs. George Flynn and Mr. and Mrs. Kate Shepherd and Mm. aon Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Sleg, Mrs were Sunday guests of Mr. and '
?,,?,!,...., new shipment. At Mrs. James Phillips. Sr. In Law- E. C. PrlesJ attended the funeral Del Colley, Jackie Colley, Mrs. Mrs. Lester Crews In High Springs
!Io tey.Mr. Sunday of their aunt, Mrs. Mar. Hogan Smith Barbara Colley Tom McClane Is expected home For Your Old Ice Box During This Special Sale!
Velma Keen had as her and Mrs. Michael Cllhooly tha Cone held In the Philadelphia Richard Fowler, Mr. Daisy Perry- today from Washington D. C
L j gIlUU. Mrs. Alice Madl- returned home last Friday after Church In Columbia County.Mrs. man Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs where he has served as a Congressional .
Jacksonville and Mr. and attending the Legion conventionIn John Love Wilkes of Jack and children Mrs. A. B. Baker page for the past month.
[King of Daytona Beach. Miami the past week. The GIIho01y' sonville has spent the past week and (children MM. Merrill Struth Miss Marian McRae who Is taking -
L Betty Speer. daughter of were overnight guests with her brother-in-law and sister. and children Mrs. F. M. Williamsand nurse'a training In the Alachun PHILCO
IJM.H. L. Speer will I be- Thursday of Father Wm. H. Neu- Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. The son Ricky' Mr. and Mrs. G. General Hospital, visited' her '

!n. bride of Ernest Boland haus In Deland while enroute Adkinsea also had as their week J. McGrlff. Jr., Mrs.! W. J. Epper- parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Mc ... -;
I,iC evening at 6:30: o'clock home. end visitors their grandchildren. son, Jr., Mrs. S. R. Johns Mary Rae', Sunday.

Fir! .t Baptist Church In Mrs. J. H. Fields was hostess to Jimmy and Jane Guy of Gaines Sue Epperson Sally Ann Epper I I Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Johnsof ; I "Farmer's
H. Relatives from here who son, Mary Ella Turner, Nancy Du- J Special"A .
't the Canasta Club Tuesday eve ville.Mr. Lake Butler were.Sunday night ,
the prenuptial part- .. and Mrs. Edwin Miss June
I Hiding Shepherdof Pre. Miss Fran Taylor guests of Mrs. Effie Johns.
wedding are: Mr. and Mrs. ning.Mr.. and Mrs. Charley Cowen Jacksonville spent the weekend! Patel. Mrs. J. C. Fogg. Mrs. E. W. Among those attending Gator .* ,, ____r-_ ,___ JuICE 13-FOOT MODEL WITH
"-n and children Lu. Buzzy with Mr. Shepherds mother, Mrs. Hayes James Deas of Jennings Growl ,
afternoon of Friday FULL 2-FOOT
were Sunday FREEZER
j. )Ir. and Mrs. G. J. Me- guests Kate Shepherd and also attendedthe Miss Phyllis Strickland. Mr. and .
night were Mr. and Mrs. :
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Edwards. Barney
!Sr... Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Mc- homecoming game In Gaines- Mrs. J. H. Deas, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. McRae, Mrs. F. M. Crawford and AND POWERFUL KIN( SIZE
.?., and Mrs. Y. A. Harris Miss Margaret Rose Duncan ville Saturday.Dr. Lex Green and children. Mrs. J. e UNIT
ie ville. Miss Lu Green wWII will spend the weekend in Gainesville .. and Mrs. T. A. MoHley arrived M. Edwards. Dianne and Gayle Ed- children Merry Beth and Beverly ..
Jean Miss Lucille
junior bridesmaid for her with her cousin Miss Sue Thursday to visit their son- wards. Mrs. E. C. Long and Mrs. McRae Mr. and ,
jjrt G- J- McGrlf Jr. will Duncan. The girls will attend the' in-law and daughter, Rev. and daughter Martha Mrs. W. E. drum A1 Harley MUa Idell Lan. Model 1312 404.95
and Randall
In. matron of honor and Mac U. of F.-Kentucky football game Mrs. T. Q. Mitchell and new granddaughter Dowling and sons, Jimmy and Chitty.
I It(will be an usher.JindMrs Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Barbara Jeanne. Dr.Mosley Billy Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Nichols and I WePayYou75.00
Webber B. Halnesj R. L. Prescott of Tulla- will return to Delray and daughter Mary Ann Mrs.Maurice daughter have moved Into their'
| Monte Springs and son. homa. Tenn. and Mrs. Dick Yasser Beach In a few days where he Is Edwards and son. Tom new home at the corner of Church E II Balance $329.95
|jtudent at U. of F. were of Durham N. C. were guests last pastor of the Caaon Memorial Mrs. Jo:. J. Dowling, Sr., Carolyn and Jefferson' streets. Mr. Nichols _

|(f,11 guents Friday of Rev. week of Mrs. Fay Gill and Mr. Methodist church, while Mrs. Edwards, Ann Johns, Judy Green, Is employed with Humphreys Gold Balance Can be Paid in
li L. Halnes. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle ] Mosley will remain here for ten Pat Sleg. Shirley Shaw Carl L. Corp.
days. Johns. Vernon Underhill. Mrs. Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Plaster of
Friends and patrons of Mm. Marcus Brown. Mrs. K. D. Duncan Jacksonville were weekend guests h\ 18 Monthly Payments

Sarah Lawson will be happy to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews' of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas. ,
hear that she and the new babyare Mrs. L. N. Pickering Mr. and Mrs. The Douglass son, Lowell, whoIs
W getting along fine and that W. C. Goran Mike' Pickering employed with the National
STARKfc Sarah expects to be back In her Elizabeth Ann Prevatt, Mr. and Turpentine and Pulpwood Corp. In
beauty shop today Friday. Mra. Herbert Green Charles Hawthorne was also home for the Come In --- Let Us Show You A Really'BIG'
Dedicated To Community Service Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robinsonof Fields. Miss Carol White. Mrs. J. weekend.<

"Movies Are Better Than Ever" Umatllla were overnight guests H. Fields, Mr. and Mrs. Adam H. Q. (Buddy) Davis. Jr. of Tallahassee _
Thursday of last week of Mr. and Green Mrs. Don Page Jimmy formerly of Starke reported REFRIGERATOR!
|iL Oct. 27 ONLY Mrs. L. A. Davis. Rev. Robinson Green Dr. and Mrs. A. Y. Cov- to Maxwell Field. Ala. on
FEATURE Tues., Wed. Oct. 30, 31 was guest speaker at the Metho- Ington and son, Irvan Mr. and Sunday for reclasslflcatlon. He
OUBLE diat church that _
evening.Mr. Mrs. Jack Trawick and children was accompanied by his mother
| UTRY ROUTS CVOKUS: and Mrs. Alton Dobbs spent Mrs. Tom Harding. Miss Allese Mrs. W. N. North. and her son. (You'll also want to see the New Philco Freezer with 70% of its Big
Sunday In Milliard where Mr. Lawson, Tommy Harding, Mr. and Billy North. of State Farm who -I
.SUPERoJOtOR! Dobbs conducted services! In the Mrs. L. O. Hazen Mrs. A. E. Mc- visited relatives In Tallassee Ala. Space above knee level takes less floor too).
Milliard Baptist Church.Mr. Kinney Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chas- for several days. Mrs. Davis and Storage space,

and Mrs. J. H. Raulerson teen Jr. and guests, Mr. and Mra son Greg, are visiting Mrs.
Il of Jacksonville visited Mr. and C. W. Massey, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Davla's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
.c, Mr. H. C. Broadway and Mr. and Yancey and children, Mr. and J. Davis during Mr. Davis's absence. -
Mrs. Cecil Sewell and other Mrs. S. G. Denmark and children .
friends here over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Moody of General
Phyllis Ann Darby, daughter of C. H. Nasworthy Supplies
llsisheq, new shipment. At Flagler Beach. Mr and Mrs. J. R.
.. SlHlrunkfl.Mra, Kite. Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubblns Mr. and Mra. Charles Darby, returned -

R11 L. B. Chambers of Winter Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubblns and home Sunday after ten
REDSKINS RODE lays' visit with her aunt. Mrs. C.
Haven Is making an Indefinite Mr. and Mra. J. R. Kite will be STARKE
W. Chalker in Gainesville. Phyllis .PHONE 198 ,
visit with her son-in-law and dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs,
a* JONHAU. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lewis Hall of Tallahassee and J. Ann was accompanied home by
lUll attATOVri OOKtU4)i ___ I Simmons.Mr. Hall of U. of F. at the Thomaa Miss Elsie Jones of Gainesville. ......... .......................YVYVYvvvvvvvvyvvVvvvvyvyyyyyyyyy
and Mrs. of In the
.t Frank Smith Hotel' Gainesville following U----
i Chap. One "Invisible =":,T CMIU: ""If SM MM*MNUf IMHM. **': Kings Mountain N. C. football -----fl-
,** !I.MM -%IMP UMB HmM hf were guests !game Saturday.
-Serial and) "Vacation'- -..-. last week''.. of Mr.-, and Mrs. F. F. Mrs W. H. Thomson and children -
Dllh I'lay" Cartoon Flume. Marjory Ellen and Freddy of PURE SERVICE, STORE, :
Plus ":"Musical Aladnesa" Cartoon Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Monticello were overnight guests

and Margaret Ann Martha Jane Saturday of Mr. and Mra. F. F.
Mon. Oct. 28 29 and Latent' World News
and and Little
Becky Phillips apent SundayIn Stump family. Evelyn t.7
Lake City visiting Mrs. H. F. Thomson, who has spent the past 8PEClAl Let UsBALANCE
4 Darby. two weeks with her. grandparents,
Mrs. O. L. Beaaley and Mrs. J. returned home with her mother .
Thur., Fri. Nov. 1, 2 W. Kincaid returned home Sun Kenneth and Claude Johns Jr. .- .
day after a short trip to Sewanee. and their classmates Bob Canadaof s \
; Tenn. and points North. They Lake Worth and George Kramer
I .
) were accompanied by Mrs. C. C. nf Jacksonville, all students nlFSU t.ii/i1/; > YOUR
rOR E Hoppe who they drove to their were weekend guests of Mr. THIS _
_b .
j home In Tampa over the weekend and Mrs. Claude John* Sr. ; i .
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Ritch and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews and /j 4 \ WHEELS

: : t wARMsJ. son, Tommy, of Jacksonville were Mra. R. W. Metzger attended the ..,

too. I _ _ _ _ overnight guests Saturday of Mrs. Motor Court Owners convention In V.. qJ
-':-- .-WILLIAM NANCY FRANK Rltch's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. Daytona Beach from Tuesday to 1 Reg.1.5OVaIue
TlRYN AVA HOWARD HOLDEN OLSONLOVEJOY C. Brown. The Rltcha attended I I I Thursday.Dr. WEEK _

We GARDNER KEEL ci'srI.N.s.oc.sos _. the homecoming game. In Gainesville and Mrs. R. P. Stubblns had ;
_..O.OTnJanIWnSMICHAELURTIZ. Saturday. as their breakfast guests last Sunday NOW
ItmUmmmmmmll -- T $1.30
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hall ,
(Rating ThrlU,, Short andLafr.t
left Saturday for Orlando to spend Mrs. Gracen Smith Judge Rivers .- j .
"Laml of Zuder Iff" Cartoon -
And ,
News three weeks! with their son-in-law Buford Jr. and Mrs. Peggy! Hod. )
J .
and daughter Dr. and Mrs. H. B. son of Tallahassee and J. Hall of ONLY L ., WEIGHTS INCLUDED _
McLendon. the U. of F.
Elizabeth: Ann Prevatt visited Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Peebles of

her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ,Winter Haven were weekend visitors .., .. This Week Only
and Mra. Donald C. Rick. In of Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Law-
Gainesville over the weekend and 'son and family.

attended the parade and Gator Mrs. Ellen Dowling of Jacksonville i ,;
Growl. and M.... Mildred Miller of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stanton. Miss Miami spent Monday with Dr. and PURE Low-Pressure TIRES PURE Conventional
Peggy Stanton and James Stantonof Mrs. W. E. Middleton. TIRES
Hastings! were Sunday guestsof ; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn and 15 Mo. Guarantee
Mrs. Ada Alexander and daughter Mr.*. Lettie Parker of Jacksonville Size
Wilma. were weekend guests of Mr. and Size OJ'S LIST YOUR COST
Meat Room Is
Curing now
opento Delegates of the Baptist WMU Mrs. Charlie Parker.Mr. COST600x16
who attended the WMU annual and Mrs. O. W. Barry of 640x15 $21.00 $14.75 $20.10. 13.40
take care of your meat in the same associational meeting last Fridayat Brooker were weekend guests of

the North Pleasant Grove Mr. and Mra. J. E. Hardy.Mr. 670x15 22.05. 14.70 650x16 24.85 17.75
efficient manner and by the'same com church were: Mrs. S. E. Sparks and Mrs. J. M. Wiggins of EXC. PLUS TAX
Mrs. Wesley Andrews Mrs. A. J. Jacksonville visited Dr. and Mrs
petent curing means as for the past Thomas Sr., Mrs. Edmund Tenly M. B. Herlong over the weekend. 710x15 24.45 17.45 TRUCK
Mr. D. W. Moore, Mrs. Ada The Herlongs also had a* their TIRES
five Alexander, Miss Wilma Alexanderand guests Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. 760x15 26.75 19.25750x20..8 _
years. 'Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines Frank Herlong of Jacksonville.Miss Ply 70.90 56.72

and children Mary Louise and Shirley Colley arrived 800x15 29.35. .
David. home Thursday from Washington, Ply 84.50 67.60
Mr. and M..... Junlua Smith and D. C. to participate in her sister's 820x15 30.65 .
SALT CURE sons. Butch and Bob visited Mr. wedding and prenuptial parties. 22.25825x20..10 Ply 100.90
and Mrs. J. E. Jones In Orlandoover ten She plans to remain here about EXC. .PLUS TAX 80.72
weekend. days.
Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong and PLUS TAX
Mra. Harry Lappe and daughter
And SUGAR CURE Beverly, of Gainesville and their house guest, Harold Honnell I _
Waynesvllle, N. C. visited the
their guest Mrs. Anne Lappe Stephen Foster Memorial Thursday r- C : _- _- r r- -.

MOo Mrs., and Bertha Mra.Smidt Sin of Anderson St. Louis of, of last week. Exc. Means Trade-in of Good Re-Cappable Carcass. Otherwise $2 More Per Tire.

Miss Frances and her
visited Mr. and Mrs. Lyle -'S sssa-srrsrrss.r.rSrrSSStSSSSSS eeeeee.eeee.eeee-eee.---.r----,rr .
Starke fiance James c c I r r 2 2-I' .___. .
PER POUND Anderson and son. Mike, in Green Stewart attendedthe :

3C I Cove Mrs.of Springs Edward the Episcopal Monday.Burns was church a delegate at-- Jacksonville game StetJ. In and

0000_________.r r tending the Synod of the Provinceof Starke Monday. The Birds. recently
Suwannee In Birmingham Ala. returned from, a visit with Mr.
from Sunday to Thursday.Mrs. Bird's parents Mr.. and Mrs. R. S.
Foul /
M. Colley
Bird, Sr. in Oak Park, III. SERVICES
her guests next week her mother
--_ __e___sq j __srrrflrSSSrSSStt SSrJ 4 Mrs. J. F. Houser and brother and Among the out-of-town relatives
sister-in-law Mr. 'end Mrs. C. L. attending the funeral of Mrs. Ella 1 \ ,
Johns Sunday afternoon were:
Rouser of Flat Rock. Ala. -
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Williams. Mrs.Tlnley 0
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez of
Winter Haven formerly of Starke Duberry, Mrs. John Sorren- \\ CORNER _
.arrived Wednesday for a short son. Clarence Andreu. Mr. and Walnut and Madison -. Starke, .,.. 1o / _
Starke Ice Co. visit here.Friends. Mrs. V. A. Andreu Mrs. W. A. I::

of I. P. Shepherd will Alvarez, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Brln- WE HAVE ON HAND
St.Vincent' son. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reddish.Mr. C
regret to hear he Is confined In
and Mrs. R. J. Matiat. Miss
hospital following a> ANTI.FREEZE
Phone' 12 Starke, Fla. heart attack Tuesday morning. Anice Green and Mr. and Mrs. E. _

Mr.: and Mrs. Martin Land and A. Rainey. GET YOURS WHILE IT'S AVAILABLE
children apent Sunday visiting Mr. Mrs. W. T Moncrlef of Green- _
and Mra. Robert Lancaster In wood visited Mr. and Mrs. T A. -. _
High Springs. Yawn Thursday of last week. I JU- ______


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k BRADFORD OOtJNTT TELEGRAPH. STABHB. FLORIDA ______________________FRmAyg____
:pAGE SIX I ._ I
--- Maurice James ToUt Fialntirr va.Dorothy To: :Mary
and ratification (' particularly set forth In the. aforementioned ".."h. Ann Toth Defendant. .Id.nc. ,
must be done I I suit for Divorce In Pal.d this 8t1l day 0' October. 19&1. la R Ip .
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVYVVVYVYVYYYYVYVVVVYVVVFARMER'S ban been filed! Summary Judgment Case. No. 171SJKolIre Cottage 01
separation agreement hEAL A. J. Thomas, Bord,
( 1"
file In the above dent -
against. you In the above named Foreclosure. on Clerk nf. the circuit Court. To Appear. land. r
Perhaps no other news we have Court and caus and you are required il.*d ourt. T De.v.r. Deputy Clerk. To' Dorothy Ann Tolh whoa res.idence You are h.r..b
to serve a copy of your ((8) A. J. Thomas. Jr. By Myrtle 10112 4t 1112 l I.: St. Vincent' n.tre..t.Har..laon. I suit for Vlv'e n1'1: '4
had since we have lived In Bradford Special. Master. .1t'4)'
answer or pleading ti> the complaint Wostcheitar County New chIldren etc ) I
County shocked us quite as 'in the 1'lalntlffa Attorneys. IO19| 4t 1119| OTITB-TO APPEAR : against you In the has u.1 Cj j
T Evans, and Neal 1) KvansJr Toil; are hereby notified that. a Court and abv.I .
Ivan .
D.IARY much 'that of the untimely In rlrrnl ( ourS. Bradford ( 0. cause .nd r.
as Circuit ( (, Bradford County.Plorlilnt I ,
.. lOa Law Kxchange. IfulldlntcJacksonville In .ur ... ult for Divorce and care, "u.l04y.1 qulr.d to "..rYe.
death of Nelson Green. We became Flurlilil' and file) the In Chancery.IK.wman Florida In C Gorman.eery.Ulllan Plaintiff, "'I. and control of minor child ewer or pleading copy to orI H
of the clerkof H Kalley, Plaintiff va. Otis Miller In the above named I on the the
Sam with the Green original. In the office Defendant.Notice filed against you Plaintiffs H
: By McGarvey acquainted
the Circuit Court on or before the 8. Itallry Defendant. Thomas Gorman. Case No. 8728 Court and cause and you are required T. Evans .and :Neal DornEH, !
family shortly after we Started 19th day of November 1951 ; otherwise Case No 8728 to serve a copy of your answer 103 Law Exchange B'H"I J!:
The author will be Clad to rerrlve out here three ago and got the allegations of said Complaint Order Of Publication And Notice. To Appear.To Gorman whose residence or pleading to the complainton aonvllle, Florida and fill '*
years confessed by '!' Appearl ,State O( Florida TelIlls : Thoma Plaintiff Attorneys Evan al In i iI ,
: Item. of tntoreat will be taken as <> the office D' M' .
coeroIng 157 East Slat ,
to know them as a typical friendly '- ( H I'nllpy, whose residence la: anti' address l I.: T. Evans and Neal D Evans, Jr, 10S I Circuit Court the : ; r S pt

the activities of farmers' In farm family who would do any-' Thin. notice fhsll he published once 121 V Long St, Salisbury N. C.You Street Jrrooklvn' hereby, New notified York.that a i Law Exchange Pudding Jacksonville day of November on, 1151 or'b, .f< J
: four consecutive are re7ulrerl to appear onNoMtmber You are Florida, and file the original In allegations
Bradford County. Suggestions stub for of said imDiII
may endcontrol r,
thing they could to help you. Although weVka Tri the Bradford County Telegraph. 12, 1961; In the abovenamei null for Divorce and custody the office of the Clerk of the Cir.cuit beJv. J
: : be left at the Telegraph office or tardy we extend our most Court and cause, wb..lnfI.lnllf' of minor child has been nam..dCOII..t filed Court on or before the 6fh day 2"notice confessed Shall by y 1

\ mailed. to Sam McQarvey, Lawtey, j heartfelt to the entire n..t..d this 12th day of October seeks divorce. Bradford against. you In the and hove are required of November, Ifini ; otherwise the allegations once each week for four b. p
sympathy and cause you on
( .nlY Telegraph shall publish thlarjrrlor of said Complaint will betaken weeks In the
I I'I Florlila. Green family. l ::1rrIcTAL. HHA T.) A. J. Thoma. In next four weekly Issues. to nerve a copy he of complaint your answer a. confessed by you. Telegsaph.Dated E'radfor
'if the ('Ir"ult Courtfly WItness inv hand and official seal or pleading to This notice shall! he publishedonce tiuls 3rd
S S S 'I..k
'I; &AAAAAAAA44...AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.I .. ( T. prayer, Deptat ft'iW' al Htarka, Florida thla October II.nr.1. on the Plaintiff" Attorney T FrankLandrum. each week for four consecutive U5t. day uf
I Plan to make an experiment ol Myrtle I Stark, Florida' and! file .weeks In the Bradford County Tele- (OS'FITAL SEAL)
After trying three different all the ventures we have tried so (OFFICIAL SEAT! ) A. J. Thomas the original In the office of theClerk ....ph. Clerk, of the .J.
our own on some ordinary pine APPflanI. As Clerk of said of the Circuit Court on or be.fore this 4th day of October, By Myrtle .... Circuit
times we finally managed to make far nothing has succeeded quite so NOTU'1'1 1'0 19r1I..d D..v". ,
post to see if we can't make them 1I..d c..t. Ry Myrtle T Deaver, Deputy the 12th day of .November. "pu .4
decent strawberry beds which much (at least so far) our .. ('I..ull ".u.t.. otherwise the .allegations of 1951.OFFICIAL r
Borne : as Will hsAerrY.F.dith ('h.... R. lies, 204-03 ... cnurl'l 1951 : ( SEAL A. J Thomas '
.j were wide enough to net two rowe new batch of chicks. They are useable and practical. get 1"1..101.1.ouise Is Nigh, Plalntlf.. v.U.orge .. Kulldlnv. Jacksonville, FlaAttya. aid Complaint will be taken an con.fessed Clerk of the Circuit Court. ? ReIi've -

some chr mated zinc chloride and Nigh >" for P1?. JOI12 / by you,. __ .. By Myrtle T. Beaver Deputy Clerk
on and ntlll. have shoulders which doing remarkably well and w! soak the posts and then see how A. "c'iantNo.; ,7,7ollce I I This notice snail ne puonsneo !t114t| bile| Mseiy

would not wash away In the final hope that we can keep them growIng 1 MVriCK TO APPR* I once each week for four consecutive _
1 they laat. One thing about this \ T "V'"rii.h. .whose resldeL ... r Iron It <-nert. Ilreilfnrri. Co.n'r., weeks In the Bradford County TeleHated NOTICE TO APPEAR It
rain. Used two disc hlllers and and free from dlsea.ae.S. I method Is that the posts do not KrT.V Euclid Av..nu. Akron |,'|"rfill In (............... a.ltPh. In rtrr.lt C...rt. Bradford County.
two mlddlebuatera to make the e : Mary 11 .;..on. Plaintiff, VV. Andrew this 10th day of October Florida i I. Cfce.e r7.Charlea ..
I I have to be skinned and the less Ohio. nntltl..d SJ..UrV'tma I* Eason PefendRnt, mi.OFFICTAT. Capraro, Plaintiff, T*.
beds quite high and then u.aed anew We also give the chicks as wellas work there i Is involved/ the better y.... are hereby .n,1. ..." Case No. 8724 ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Mary Patricia Capraro Defendant. i
which leveled 0" .. Clerk of the circuit Court.By Case No. 8707tice iiI
I arrangement nD1nVr."Jfl Entire To ..P.. ...
our pigs the new antibiotic for Ui. We Just have to try to i, iiid
and made the beds all 38 Inches the ToAndrew lj. Eaton whose residence Myrtle T. Deaver 1> .t'IV Clerk To Appear. heel is TAatZ7.1 ,
feed supplement aureomylclntrade find some Inexpensive way of get.' ,,.,,rrandvnc'. ,tn,e and OU are renoir' Is-, 1330 High Street. Hprlniffield. 1012| 4t 1112
In Then fertilized "
wide one operation. '.. of your
name Aurofac. Alice puts fence and this be It. ( a copY Ohio
ting posts may .v.
(with 40 percent organic It In at the rate of one teaspoonful S S STaking answer or plpa"ln" t.. .. the..titorneVs.PvlIn corn-, You are hereby notified that .a NOTICE OF ElECTiON" Men's Clothing
1.lntlft., suit for Divorce, property rights, The ftoard of Public Instructionof Ml II i ALVAREZ' STORER.B.ALVAREZ&SON
'I In In the middle of .
4-7-0) Ih" 0S
) a strip p
for each five-pound pall of mash five pigs to market this plaint'T'fl Yo'van"' : .n.1 Neal T'Fl. rn"? ;. etc bas hprn filed against yon In Bradford County Florida, hereby Established 1894TRANSFER i
the beds. Only fault we could the above named Court and
.1'.hllnoe": cause calls and gives notice of a Special
and mixes It thoroughly, Both Tow the0rigIflaI .
find with the result Is that they I week. They are not aj big as we Jr.: loa; .., Florida' Rnd file Clerkof and you are required to serve a ropy Election to be held" on Tuesday,
the chicks' mash and the pig and wish they were, but our feed la :jnckSC'flVihl In the office 0' the .. the of your answer or pleading to the November II. 14B1 'In Special' Tax In
are not Straight-In fact they sow meal are supposed to have well sell Circuit. Court nn 00" hrfnr otherwise riimplnlnt" on the Plaintiffs Attorney .- School District Number I of Bradford 1
If laid out gone and we might aa the U51 ; nay Snlrien. Set'len" Pulldlna.
look as they were by nf Nov..mb..r. (' County, Florida" the boundaries
some of the antibiotic supplement them to someone who has plenty. Ulh "ov slhpgattflfl5 0' "Id 010- navtona' Bench Florida and file the of the said Special' Tax, School Dlatrlct -
a man with a one-eyed mule who In them but we don't think there The other pigs are doing pretty the will b. lok..n aa confessed hy orlirlnnl, In the office of the Clerkof Number 1 being coextensivewith A
had one too many drinks of "skim plaint ... the Circuit Court on or before the the boundaries of the countyas STORAGE i.
mings". Is enough. In any event we think well and even little Tom Thumb!: you.This;!; oui'C shall he p.ihtlh55th ..ona"pl1tlv.. nn. 12th dnv of November, IBM : otherwise prescribed by "Section' 230 4. CFr4uwwti

that the chicks' rapid growth can j showing signs now of growingup week for foirwrekS c..unt T.I. the allegations of said Complaint Florida Statutes 1941. aa amended _
will be
quite probably be traced to the to be a pretty good pig. Lost In the ".dto..d by' von. taken as confessed hv Chapter 2172B Laws of Florida .,.4.c' .
October, 1447. Said election' to he held at '
t1 Bought 3O.OOOpIanta from our Aurofac. one recently. "TaVid this 13lh nay of This notice shah he published the usual polling' place In each vot- I''
S. .5. once i each week for four consecutiveweeks Inar precinct' 'In said .county for the Rwe operate it
s neighbors. Mack and Curtis GrlffU taut' J. Thomas "ib.
A. 'In the .
I'1'Af.: Bradford County Tel. .
of electing three trusteesfor ,, ut
FIC"T"'f' "'nll..t purpose .eY.eeak long dials ,
f for $4 a thounand and then Put a new head gasket on Katrloka Joy Is doing fine now and showi ( Clerk or the f'I1I1t Clerwh crnphTinted. I all the public schools within the ,

", got six hands and had them taken the tractor and then had a no signs of her previous trouble. By :Myrtle T Denver, Denj.i;; 4t ltl1!i I ti this 10th clay of October I District boundaries, No.of I. Special Each of Tax the School three t _ anhe In U, ,

up dropped and set at a coat of heck of a time getting It started She U eating well gives us good (OFFICIAr, PRAT.) A.t.: Thomas, trustee shall be elected by the ; '

II $25. 80 at last after a lot of but when It was towed a short rich milk and if she has a nail -eOTICI'hntirC .Iv..n I"at the rty fyrtle Clerk of the circuit Court qualified, elector of said countv EXCEUZ'iTSTOR : I'ci
hereby T Doaver, D"nufv Clerk.1ol2 ,
I" hut not more than. one trustee shall
( funning and fuming we did get in her heart we think that It 'n..a..d. In hupinesa
distance It started up and has iinIprsigfleht I. nt Chris | 4t IIIOTIfH ? come from any one residence. district '

our berrlea out and thla year been going fine ever since. Added must have done her good. Every ,.nd.i' the fIctitb0t'.Rlo..k.name "...odro..dC"nllnlv. !\ -j"A: :{ PPF.A R I for which a County Board GE
we have double the number we once In a while we put a little T. Newhrn Studio Intend I" fa Circuit member Is provided, hv 'law. The I.
a quart of friction proofing oil In .. .ml Court llraflford County. ,
lt'orid' persons qualified to hold such office
Jt name In the FlorMnt. In < ..... EACILIT1ESDELCHER ,
last and we set a "7.
act year may In her feed. fl..tllloll"
the crankcase and think that It syrup register .a'd' Clrctiit, Court .Dorothy. Wood and who receive' the greatest .14
few from our last 5C nr Clerk 0' III" Austin Plaintiff, "8. number of vote cast for election Agents For
more year'splants
I has helped to free the valves which office CnifltV. FloridS.Worth W, Yenmana Austin D..r..nda"l.C"a. nt trustees subject to the limitations -
Had the plants net In have been sticking. Bought and Installed some new ''nf P.o'atfo..d O. NeWbern SoiC n..n.11118 ... No. 871ft prescribed above, shall serve.
Votlce To
I It Apaenr.To .
row. that were marked off by the S. kitchen cabinets for Alice'. kit. 10119 I : \V Yenmnns Austin' whose'esiience for the ensuing; two years a* trustees I- :*
,; tractor 18 Inchei apart ((8 in. off Mowed the orchard with a little chen and she Is pleased because OTlrl'1 OF' OIpF.1I.- 'A"'I'R' known I..- I'nknown.. but big 'last miiiare for for said the school ensuing district.biennium' The ., :; See us firs

center) and we are going to try to gasoline powered rotary-type hand they give her a good deal more CalMNotice that PUP'anant '. Pltlshura-. business Plate address Glass. Company,Israre, for said !Special' Tax, School District II
la hereby given Number 1 shall also be votedon
\ do some of the cultivating by
mower and that little machine Is working space. to that certain Summeryjudgment Richmond. Virginia and determined at the same time, I
tractor. Next "tep Is to put out 5 made andentered Yon are hereby notified that
I really quite a trick. The weeds In p'oreclostlre a aa prescribed. by law. The County :1:
!home poison bait containing to about half a nn the IZlh daY or October. suit for Divorce and custody ofminor Board of Public Instruction. In accordance :
were almost head high and despite Managed save Honorable R..v..n. SImTi-' child has been filed with the provisions of FREE INSTALLATIO
chlordane to combat mole crickets that the mower cut them down, row of IrUh potatoes-the rest son 1951..TII"to" ." 0' the ITnlt..d States' Ole.trici against. you In the above namedcourt Section 210.23 (12) (a). Florida.

and cut-worma. and either failed to germinate or were C"OI.t for the Knulh..rn Tuistrictof and cause. and you are re.nillred "School' tw... 194(1.( baa determinedthat
better .
even It up moat f'lvl"lnn. I" to serve a copy of your an .
.Jarkaonvilhf' the minimum milT".. assess.ment
S SOur Insects. Glad we were l'lnrila. ..ndln. swrr or' pleading' the ON ANY GAS RANG
of them and makes a mulch which eaten by a .. therein the to complaint for the ensuing biennium for
nn Plaintiff's Aftornev i1(1
should be able to save some as we like pota. .. eln"RFCOVSRnCTr"' P'f.NANf'F Zaeh H the support and maintenance of
\ Fall bean crop was a terrible good for the soil. In a Vnlted Mmis-lns' HOB Lynch RulldlnaJack: (
rORPORATTOV all the school within the
failure due to heavy rains fact we would say that If you can toes fresh out of the garden. ;corporation. ,Is Plnlntlff. and onvlle. Florida' and file the original said district public. to her 1

and Insect damage and we did not get the doggone things runningand C55 ittatec OTT MTT.T.n, TN('., In the. Court office, of on the or before Clerk the of theCircuit Bth District No. 1 Current School Purchased from our Store .
Corporation defendants,
et al are Fund II Mills.
gather a single bean. So we cut ( keep them going) that they Had a swell treat this week Seine- ... No., 203 -.T Civil the unJJr.rgned tiny of November 11M : otherwise District' No. 1 RnlMlneT & Bui Reserve .1I

the patch under and planted some are just about worth their weight when Walter and Katy Wilkerson Special Master sppninted will the allegations of said' Complaint Fund 8 Mills.For .
I' greens-turnips, cabbage collards\ In gold becau.ae. keeping a lawn !gave us a nice mesa of shrimp hv said B.immarv' Judgment sell will to the offer This notice taken as thai confessed, ne published by you the purpose of holding voting said. during October .
and will election In each of the pre.cincts
'; and mustard. Planted the cab. looking nice Is easy with them. We had a good dinner of fried highest for sale bidder for cash at the. once weeks. each In the week for four eonaeruttv of the eountythe following. U.S

bage the way they do down South And we did learn that If you keep shrimp and then Alice put the Bradford County Cnurthoil"C ''n! the graph Bradford County Tele. ,clerks and Inspector are appointed: .

-that la, plant In the field with the air filter clean and clean the rest In the freezer. City Florida of, nn Ptarke.November Bradford 19, Iflst Cminty.at 1951.Dated this .,lh day of October Election PJennett Precinct clerk No., Darb 1Lawt..y.TroY' Oas.kins ..

\ the tractor and then when theplants spark plug occasionally there J li "11 :00 o'clock A. M., the following. (OFFICTAT SEAL A. J. Thomas. Shlpman Sapp. H C Harlev.Kleet You pay only the 41
trouble Midget Pencil Sharpeners. Ideal described property! Clerk. of the Circuit Ion Precinct No 2-N. S .arkeFate .
t are big enough you simply no keeping them going. Court
) the Northwestcorner "'Ttrown. Cleric Aubrey Moore,
('nmm..n..t .
chop out the unwanted plants and for home use. Only '1.83.: -Bradford of Section 17, Township 7 By Myrtle T. Deaver I'> putv Clerk T. S Willi.", ... Nat 'William price of the range IIIt
105| 4t
!, you have your ttand. By doing Eating summer sqviajh okra and County Telegraph. South' Range 20 East and run. _____ 1C8MOTICK | I Election Precinct' No 8-8. "Stark' and
thence East along the North sectlon TO APPRAH Tt V Demorest. Clerk. P 1j. BrIdges gas.
II thl* we think that we will avoid eggplant out of the garden and line of said Section 17 19 7I .n (ip..i$ ('Curt. Hradfr4 Toajoty, E. !>. Jones A. T>. Crosby.

the uncertainty of having land they certainly help to.give us some NOTirB TO APPIII4R chains to the rl.hl.o'y.; of cNirUloi. In Cksecrrr. Election Precinct,' No. 4--o..ah..m. O
I. rireo.lt Coart. Mradford Ceoa ota Van Nostran. TMelntlff. ..
i ready and moisture conditions variety on the dinner table n.r.c.. !. CkOBKorr.Itnhert v ,
of said StateRoad Perry Dvsl John fiurrewv.Klectlon 11Ct
along rlght-of-wav '
Parry A. Van Nostran. DefendantCase
,I right Just at the time when the S. Carter, I'lalntlff.. ".. Ella N... 111. ".U chains to an No.! 8720 Precinct Vo 11-*?.TT.>". Here is your cha 11CtII.
I William. Carter, defendant. Iron stake. thence run West 20.11 \etlee T 0 Appear ton. I,. .T. Wynn Ce.-k. K Tl. Wetson. .
plants are ready to net. May not Met Mrs. Nettles (who lives
out Case No. 8740Pfotleo .
chains to the West section line af To Percy A. Van Nostran whose t." Mr*. )F. C. Sweeney :John to
" : be a good Idea, but we are-going on the Old Camp Blanding road) To A...... Section 11. thence run North residence Unknown:, Blsckmon'

; to find out for ourselves by trying and enjoyed talking to her'very Tn-' Pills I.Wllllama 14 Flske Carter Ports.whoseealdenre 2 n 12 chains' to the NorthwoMcorner You are hereby notified that a Election) Precet. No "-T..........".
I : Street .
of said Section 17, the suit for Divorce and W. S' !'bl' v. Clerk. ..am KelseMe .,
.: it, which we think Still Is a pretty much. She told ua that she follows nouth You. Vlrclnla.are hereby notified that a point of beginning. maiden name has been restoration filed against of .T. P. Dickinson, Mrs. C. H Cook with

\ ,' good way. our activities through theTeolt'graph stilt for Divorce has been filed At.NO commence at the North. you In the above named Court and Cochrane.Flection. I;
west corner of Section 17. Township cause and are required to Precinct In. cewRiver.
a and ..In.t In the above named servea
needless you
to say we \t T,. .Tnhns Clerk. Reddish
Court and cause and you are. ... 7 South Range CO East, ropy of your answer or pleading .
Mr. Haas of the Soil Conservation are flattered when folks nay that qulred to serve. a copy of your a.n.aw. thence run Went 1417 chains to to the complaint on the Plaintiffs Qrnt-vs Frank Tomllnson JayFucetton
they are interested in what we do. ... or pleadlna; to the complainton Rerry's 20'Y.tIin.., thence run Attorneys, Rothsteln Warren. ing \fooi1v" -
Service visited our farm the Plaintiff. Attorney KayRelden South ., thence run Smith Hul ilding Jacksonville, Flori eet.'nf.t No 57troo..rr
and made! teat borings all over the We just wljh' that we could get Selden. Dulldlnir. HaytonaHeach East 14 21 chalna to West section da'! and me" the original' In the office 7 r".liit) Crews. Clerk T. Wireitv
the time to go around and visit Florida, and file the line of Section line of ain'o: of the Clerk of the Circuit Howard Douglas' E. T Slade Gas Co
L place. We accompanied him and lion 17 thence run North Court on before Stewert.Prsrtford.
and original; In the office of th Clerkof or the 12th day of ..
get acquainted but then folks rh. T'hpsd. f
for the first time learned Home- the Circuit Court on or before West section line of said Section November, 1951 otherwise the alle. Puiblu- 'n."tln"
who are farming know that there the 19th day of November 1951 : 17 tn the Northwest corner of said. Ration of said Complaint will he County, Florida
thing about the soil we use. It is never time to do all that otherwise the allesratlnns of said Section 17, the point' of heglnnlnir. taken as confessed by you. 1015| Bt Ill!? ia.L IiIt
I was Interesting, for we discovered you Complaint will be taken aa confessed the said land lying and This. notice shall he published Phone 121 Starke } .
would like to do. by you. being In Section 18. Township 7 once each week for four consecutive ,. .nPr.lt 'Pea .sari.s'ap
that two fleldj which had been 4'l .n. ..
we E'e Ruiferd .'n.e ..
55. This notice shall he publishedonce South. Rana-a 20 East., weeks In the. Tlradford County T..'..- *
I told were good of week consecutive the Southwest U of Fiends In Chanrerv. 0'Fl
pieces land 1 1I earh for four AT.sn. .. .
I were not In reality good at all Starting to get the Kitchen Gar- week In the Bradford County Teles' Southwest H of Southwest of
den bark In production and as a raph.Dated. Section 8. Township 7. South
and we discovered that the best thla 161 h day of October, Range 20 East containing 10
% soil on our place runs throughIn start got :dome cabbage collards 191.OKFIC1AT. acres more or I.....
mustard onions radishes spinach, ( SEAL) A. .T. Thomas. Sl'RTKCT. HOWEVER. to
a diagonal strip. Of course we Clerk of the circuit Court .
rlght-of-wav easement '..omAm..I".n Fl FlII
did not really learn much about carrots lettuce and EnglUh' peas Py Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk Tong OH Mills fn" to

our soil for soil study Is a very planted. They are all up and loll 4t ll9| 'lay. Electric Cooperative, Inc.recorded .. r' g' 'V' Mft'
growing. except the lettuce and In Miscellaneous Hook L
deep subject but we will receive NOT1CK TO APPBAtl 17. pare 111. of the Public Rec.orda .
J, from SCS recommendation. on carrots, and although we do not I. rireejlt Court Bradford. Co..1y., of Aliichua Countv. Florlrtn" .
Florida. la rkameery.Joanne the said easement
worry particularly about the carrots a powerline
" what to do with our land and that A. Stephens Plaintiff, va rlght-of-wav
\ we do like to raise lettuce Charles 1'. maintenanceeasement
I'' advice will be greatly appreciated.We Stephen, on the 'land In Section

t" expect that we will be advised both for ourselves and for the .... Appear.To Ca.e No. 8733Notlee 14. Township 7 South Range. 20East. lOS-h.*. I***"

; to return of land Road fand. : Charles H Stephens whoser.eilnce *- -
I a good part our ALSO two acres In Southeastcorner :
S. .Is: 1 000 1 Hour h westernAve. eulsI
If topeature. ., 1'<>. Anareles 41. CaliforniaVon SWM of sw\4 of Section ___
4 Going to try again to get a compoat A. Township 7 South flange. 20 _
o S are hereby notified that a
; suit for Dtvorre and' East. 'lying South and West oftlallroad -7 :'I I I
rare -
f i' Our 200 chicks were 3 weeks heap started so that we will custody and control of minor 'and hlahwav respective.Iv. + a =__.. ..
be able to utilize animal manure child has been filed aicnlnst. Including the following de.scribed .

L; I. old last Monday morning so we and other waste product Will you In the above named. Court property! eglnning 211 _ ___p,
, 10 and cause and are required to feet West of Southeast corner of !
weighed of them and were delighted you
to .
try get a system so that when of following described niece or parcel .todomorework
r (! serve a copy your answer or .
, to find that the ten weighed we clean\ out the cow-shed we will pleadlnar to the complaint on the of 'land towlt* Two acres in

i 4.6 lb.!. which II a great deal more put the the Plaintiffs Attoraur Joseph K. Bklp. Southeast ..n..n..r SWA4 of IIW*, -
manure right on compost of Section 8.
per SI1 Oraham Rulldlnr. Jacksonville South for !
I than statistics show that they pile and then cover It with a Florida, and file the originalIn flange' !n Fast Ivlng' SW of Rail. your money VI

should average. In fact at 3 few (shovels of earth and In this the office. of the Clerk of the ('II'. road and hlghwnv rta-ht-of-wnv. ,t----- ry.sys5sasei'
cult Court on or before the 19th day respectively and run thence tresiet
weeks of age, ten heavy type chicks : way keep it from leaching out so of November lUll: otherwise the Westerly' 404 feet thence 'In a .

I kuch aa our New Hampshire Reds badly. We have discovered this alterations of said Complaint' will Norfhes.terlv direction' along
be taken .. confessed by you. rlght-of-wnv. of rallwsv! 404 feet
should weigh only 2.4 Ibs, so ours In farming that if to doa .
you plan Ibis notice shall b. published thence South IMA feet tn point of
I are almost double what they should thing. such as keep a compost one ach week far four consecutive hevlnnlnv. containing; tacre,
be. We keep a starting and grow- weeka in the Bradford County Tele more or less. In Section 8. Town-
heap had better make it
you fairly graph. shin 7 South Range in East.
-noo .(|luap3U| | qoiuw, ) t| *iu Su| easy to keep up (or at least not Dated thla Kth day of October, 1 r>or.ev Frame Trailer Motor
tame a drug to fight off cocci- 151 or Serial' No 1001.
too difficult) or else you simply (OFFICIAL !SEAL) A. 3. Thorns. 1 Dodge. T..k60 Fertiliser"'
diosls) In front of them all the
Clerk of the Circuit Court Spreader Ser
time and give them chick-size will not be able to do as you plan. Py Myrtle T. Beaver, Deputy Clerk No. 52009357t T1I8-1087J En.glne "

hcratch In the proportion of about ned. It Is not a matter of being 10llt| 4t hiS 1 While Truck "tractor." Motor '*'N .M'l*
No 1KOA 44. Ser Nn. a17 U. _.":' .
one pound of scratch for every' f lazy. It la a matter rather of NOTIf'R TO .Pr K%H 1 Fniehsnf 4":
.. ("I..... ('....,. Itradferd r......., Serlnl' trailer. Motor or _.
t five pounds of maah. They also saving stepj. saving effort where. Plot-loot I. Ckooeerr.Halph .. 1 ,White No. SF11S2 truck "tractor.and WPM" *2*. :-:-:":' .

have been getting about one tc ever possible so that you can do v.. Grace Kmerson: Rabltich McMillan.)McMillan: Plaintiff[J.. No 1 J.OA Frnehatif 758R. "..r. No. 51154 Motor%. tL1& I ..............--

fendant. trailer. Motor or .. --....... ..
two .,.
of fresh milk -
quart. daily. Of all the important things which Case No. 8711Netlee Serial, No SF2407 and WTS S3No1 ... _- _
_. .. ..._ _
'I'. A...... yntAXf 'trsctor. Engine' .N. .. -:. ,
: To trace Kabltsi-h :McMillan: _
...,.nse residence Is Mill..". Oenrvla t .0..1..1 builD trailer. Motor or -
You are hereby notified that a Sepijul ajo. Ff.'r 800427. : 'H
1 NTH ( _
'eterplliar 1.T
No !'r8715'V. tractor 5cr. pJ. j.

1 Arrow. PnlMoter blade. 141No I_

.. I f l'y""r
II Let Us Thoroughly ti"tn; wench Serial' HypeM reor i

1 Stump rv ser, _
1 Tln4 Caterpillar"' tractor. Ccv' *
REFINEMENTin l Wash Your Clothe. 1.1z.: .. STSQRI1. 5 .oi /

Serial 1 10-No offset lion.Kinder 1,47 harrow. (ConliiNKrffcM. *r rfonoW eqvfpeioaf 1 ami him

p PomadeFor I Ford tractor with, hvdraiille Wrohxl it depeadwl wi avorfobilily *f .aMrferiol .

losd..r. lerlnl' No ON'mofl. ij.. \
every necessary detail in a Service
1 Doda-e truck. Motor :

available locally and widely known 40c! 4.\3..1 n"Serial. > "0. 8IU5"50.| Vo. T214 : ?- Hauling big loads? Then Advance- r"_
for its modest cost its wholesome FREE Bleach If Desired! able.., 'h5see! N*. "52-n"II."nort- )

courtesy and always tactful 1 Nn. 17...... Design Chevrolet. trucks are exact///
sympa I Temple Ave. Stark 1 Phelps Pneumatic nntoader .1 MMutetlnHeeruia*- '

thy. I r"". tn tons nor h.... 'Installed what you need. Big OS-horsepower
453: feet of 12" screw
O* InstalledT

10 HP1 Sterling' Motnr., Serial' MosS CHfYtOOT THKtS' INui loadmaster engine e extra-rugged' -us.-.J
Vo DeWITT C. JONESPhone We Win nun ANY onus. .*u
Yn'' .. Sotor Serial Chevrolet frame smooth shiftingSynchroMesh
7 Starke Fla. e '.I'. _
Dry Your Clothe. Hr Starling :Motor Serial transmission DVAHCE.DESlGIle
No 4na"-"M'" o. engineered-to-last rear axle!

Funeral Director Ambulance Service For 20c Serial' 1 8 NON HP 25907 Svncrngear :Motor and many other outstanding features make Chevrolet TRUCKS -)

I so HP (neral I FUctrlo" :Motor

Our local funeral home enables us to offer convenience! ai. la New Automatic: Orient Serial I U41 No.Ford PE"77104 Cab'. trucks your best buy. Come in and see the big, brawnyAdvanceDesign

services Dot otherwise available.We over Enginetoeether I corset
Tu'uelu. Model I' W. Engine No. ..'iieehipsee
truck that's
U'r32144t |lust right for your job!

*strrrr rSSrsJ-srj-j--_ rr_ rrrrrrprr 4 O with all ether machinery. ,

furnish the highest type service at lowest pricee, and owned equipment by the and Defendant.personal American property

accept AI'>ir life Insurance policy in force: Issaed by ANT The Washeteria said Tong. Defendant Oil Mills,In fn.lt.... business and used eon.by TORODE

company a. payment In in full ducted CHEVROLET CO.PHONE
part or on a funeral. In Brooker. Bradford "''011"''', .
Consultation carries BO obligation. Florida" and also all auditions, 1'.-
placement" and Improvements to ,
I any of the foregoing all a* la more1 111 STARKE STR

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r- OCT 26195'' !


panded Include and '' night Sale al in the nffb I .<. <>r the Clerk of the. wee.I.. in the Bi.idr.ird t'.",miy,' T >
At The Tabernacle to a play yard being Insulated our pupils made celebration Saturday I,'Ir'ult Court on o>r hetnre the IZth eraphlint.
171 OUR "- additional equipment and a trained I a study of aabeatod and magnesia'I II of food will begin at 8:00: pm day if Nnv""b'r951/ rithnrwiiMitK .llhl.| lob ii\, Ole, cvtubf, !
t Mr. and Mrs. J T. Quigley, upon- attendant will be on hand to look Come and bring your family and .1I."II..n.. *r nald itniplolnt" (oh'l"G'IArirrk! :.\1.) A.I.1 11.-1
which are being used. The work. .... \ f'
W wilt hi 'token an "nfi r e orj of the Tabernacle work, were after the children. men gave us some samples of eat supper and help us make I Thin. notli -tiall. b.. publlxhed Iiy M.t i i I I I.' T D.,Ai'. l)i>puty( .
'3 1 welcomed back last Tuesday evening The subject of the Sermon next I each which we have labeled andadded merry. .urn'n each w*.'k f 01 i t.".in, i .on.ecutly" 10I1S 41( |
after an absence of ten days Sunday will be "The Story of Mr Seventy-two of our pupiU at
o + Onion." to our science collection. ... .. _. _. ... _._ .. ._ .
In See Jeremiah 2:13.: tended service last Sun = -- -- ---- ---- -- ----.---- ---- -
their -- --
spent Honderjonvllle, N. Hamilton. History Planned religious :_ : ;: ::: = : ::: ::: : : :: :
C home. The Board of Trustees decided,
At the class meeting of the day.Three I
Two fine messages were brought to secure a paid part time secre-; new pupils enrolled in
Church Methodist ChurchThe Sunday from the Word by Rev. tary and Mrs. John Rivers has accepted eighth grade last! Friday plans our school Monday morning. They, CHRIS J. NEWBERN STUDIOS
made to write of
post James Call, who conducted the the position. She will mail; were a history are Janie Roach, who ls In the i

'Chest of Joash" First Methodist Church of ervlcej during the absence of the a weekly bulletin to all members' the Hampton community. The seventh, grade, from Chardon
L mius of beginning of course, Roving Pllotographers"thl
P presented this Sun- Starke cordially Invites you to at. sponsors. arnlval Date hanged I point was Ohio. Gordon Johnson In the
be .
the school. Information
vlll In
'f the First Baptist tend services of worship on Sun The first special scheduled meeting The PTA Carnival will be heldon !gathering third grade, and Caroline John '

8 n rnlng This" is a time when day. Oct. 28. The Rev. Thomas will be on Saturday evening, October 3lit and not the 30th! the boys Mr.of Luther the eighth/VVatterson gradeinterviewed son In the first grade. They are any nit 8 10 OPEN SITTINGS ;

.::1rke of the c O. Mitchell will preach at the 11 Nov. 17, when Rev. Nye J. Lang- as was reported last week. I also from Chardon Ohio. X
member per.. and Mrs Wilson Bedenbaugh who Monday ,,'ed.
J and to o'clock service Sunday morning on made, president of Midwest Bible The hot dish supper which was, any where t
L to be present were able to give them helpful In- !\IOTU'.' TO .*rrK\i'
"Our' Protestant Beliefs" In ob and Institute also announced last week for the Wo Portrai. Thru 6:001'.M.:
part In the worship Missionary and formntlon to the In rheas (...eel. nmriforil county, t
'1 !lake last three Sun. servance of Reformation Sunday. Secretary of the I. F. C. A., will man's Club was cancelled. The In regard historyof Florlilai In (hitnrrrr.Jriopph . any time tul'dllY T.. a
For the the school building. > '. .
present Lan llIlnt" v.
if by the Pastor Special music will be furnished by be the guest speaker at the Taber. Program Committee exercised the! Mary Katherine Sturgeon Sturgeon, nefcnrinnt. 9:00: :111. 8:30 P.M.
messages This class plans to cover the community 00
Ihe to this service. the Senior Choir. nacle. Don't miss thU service. Immemorial privilege of woman Cane No. 5712antra $3 To SATURDAY'
leading and illustratethe a
been "The Rev. Jimmie Call, of CharlotteN. to change her mind and did so.I : thoroughly !\ T. Appear.
morning message booklet with actual photograph To: Mary Katherine Sturgeon. 8:30 I'.1ALL DAY
Cue of the Lord" brings to C. will be the guest speaker at St. Edward's CatholicRev Unfortunately It was too late to of the people and points of whonn residence In': One llarettAvnnu
the month of the Sunday evening service at 7:30: change the notice In this ,column. *, Caribou MaineroII have Your Portrait Made Tile .Uoder" II'ay '
interest which to make our are hereby notified that it
\ go up ,
'Theeachfor will bring p.m. Mr. and MM. Call are both Francis J. Dunleavy, pasor. The bake :aale held last Satur I unit for Dtvnrra nan taro '11..<1a."ln.1 i
r. Mona of the Columbia Bible day for the benefit of the Club school community. Committees you In the above named
K I music with Mrs. graduates have been set up and the group ('..,.rt and reins and yon are required WEDDINGS PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL
College In Columbia, S. C. Theyare Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. was very successful netting the to nerve a ropy of your anMw .
at the organ.the Happy Hour preparing to go to Africa ft Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. club about $16. Another is plan- hopes to get the project well Under ..r or pIpHdlns! to the. compltilnton
evening next week. the Plaintiff Attorney Zxrh H
day at 7:30: during whichLth missionaries and will leave aroundthe Confessions Saturday 5:00: to ned for the near future. way noui..lna, RiR I.ynrh ",,11.1 In.... Jaoknanvlllfj ., -::'::::::-:':''..=;:':;'::::-::=-=-==:=-===:-;::=-==-==========-==-
twin choir will :sing The first of November to go to 6:00: P. M. and 7:30: to 8:30: P. M. Don't forget our Hallowe'en Florida and file the orlKln

be led by the, the Sudan Interior MUslon HomeIn Children's Catechism Classes, --- .. .. .. . ', '- .-. :-- .-- .. .
lwrvlcs will .... -- --- --_ ': --- __ : E=;; : ::: ::::
the piano-organ-duo: New York City for a month'sstay '! Saturday 10:00: a. m.

:If with the music. The Pastor prior to being accepted by the Adult Religious Instruction HAMPTON We Reserve
nog courses Sunday 7 to 8 P M.,
Mission Board as candidates for every
f!hang;! an evangelistic! message My MM. M. C. SweeneyOne .
trod by special appointment. The Right k
"So You've Fallen the Mission Field. Mr. Call Is a TARLING
.' consecrated minister of the gospel To Limit
Grace School meets at 9:45: and his many friends in thU sec St. Mark's EpiscopalServices of Hampton' largest STARKE'S
aday {
: full staff of teachers and tion will look forward to hearinghim crowds attended the HomecomingParade __ QuantitiesPhone t
I eight Departmental preach at the evening service. for Sunday. Oct. 28- and Gator Growl Festivities

*, |In care an for the more than The Youth Choir will furnish Church School 9:43: : am. Morning In Gainesville Friday afternoonand ..

1 if all to ailed. Training Unions special music for the service. Prayer 11 a.m. evening. An enthusiastic"Florida" LOWEST\ andMarket .

L, at 6-15: for training In The Senior and Intermediate Litany and Intercessions every spirit was manifest, Grocery
The Baby Methodist Youth Fellowships will Friday evening at 7:30.: making all the activities Interest- I
h membership. meet at 6:30: p.m. for their regular Ing and enjoyable PRICES
nursery Is open for all serv- program meetings. Following the TIIERESSX niKISTIANCHURCH I. J. Wynn one of Hampton's

Islth full view of the worship evening :service all young peopleare prominent citizens, has been con 70It's
cordially Invited to the fellowship fined for the past week In Alachua .

Jjueek :service 1a held each hour*,in, the Recreation Hall This Friday evening at 8 o'clock General Hospital. due to a heart Cor. Call and Cherry Sts. Starke FL...
Cl'IlIdreai'b' tweoen the ages of e there will be a message on "Ten condition. Friends anticipate hU
Lwsday 7:30: with the Pastor and 12 are Invited to the Children' Reasons Why We Are Not Camp- return home this week where he

og the message from the Hour conducted every Wednesday bellltea"I Everyone Is urged tc can comfortably convalesce. Mrs.

of Acts to more than 75Lir afternoon at 3:15: In the Recrea hear this message headed up by Wynn and Mr. and Mrs. Leaston

atteuders.It tion' Hall under the leadership of the: Scriptures. Wynn have been dally visitors at
Beginning Thursday, Nov. 1, the the hospital. On Sunday a large C
La extended to all MM. J. R. Wainwright.
Invitation services will be changed from the number of friends called to see
would have a place to wor- usual Friday night to Thursday,
Blue Plato
l the Lord to join In these servo Church Of Christ and will begin at 7:30: Instead of him.Mr, and Mrs. G. E. McIntosh of

8 J o'clock. A young people's servIce Cocoa, with their grandson. Billy
Every service you miss you truly ayonnalse
will begin on this night also. Saxon spent the weekend here Y
miss a blessing :ao plan now to be PINT
All young people are urged tc with relatives
isbyterian Church at the friendly church this Sunday
be there at 7 p.m.Homer Miss Helen Jean Parker was the
|day School at 9:45.: along with your whole family. If Swindall, Minister weekend guest of Miss Ellen

|-ndlp' Class 10/ a.m. vou enjoy! the services, tell others Searle In Gainesville and attended I 71JELLOY
encouraged to
.m. Morning service con- that they might be REVIVAL TO BEGIN Homecoming events

l-dby Dr. A. Ross Lynn. come. AT lll'KCII OF COO Miss Gladys Bundy had as her r Tall
|congregation meeting will be Bible' School hour Is 10 a.m. recent overnight guest, Miss Frances 25C MACKEREL 13C
\immediately after the morn- Above all: parents send your Revival services will begin Mon- Dodd of Mldlakes.

liervlce! for the purpose of I children. The training they re day, Oct. 29. at the Church of God I, W. M. V. Meeting I -- -, ---,- --.-
In Starke. Rev. Carl Cod of Tampa ------
'sr a pulpit committee. All last for life. I "Preparations for the Purpose .
ceive will
(Den are urged to be present. will be the evangelUt. Good of God" was the October Baptist Osccola '
Morning Worship begins at 11 singing and old fashioned Gospel "I PORK-BEANS 25C RICE 37C
|iih Fellowship Sunday eveat W. M. U. topic for the meeting
7pm."ijer a.m. :with the Lord's Supper at preaching will be featured during I Thursday afternoon at the home of Armour Star. 2 for 3 Lit. BAG t'rl

) Meeting Wednesday at. 11:15.: the services which begin each Mrs. Ed Allen. Mrs. Hazel Perryled ,
:t 'Evening?' Services begin ''with evening U cordially at Invited.Airpark 7:30: p.m.. The public the devotional. Sunshine I .. '" .. .' ::_ :::1

Christian Endeavor at 6:30.: Evan- friends were chosen for a three

lurch ef ChristI months period. Refreshmentswere .
genetic Services at 7:30.:
BaptistThe served to 19 members. MM.
I 10th and McMahon '-.-. .rayer:' Meeting .Wodn uda>:; at George Williams 'will be hostess c.eac .

|:le School--10 A. :M. 7:30 p.m. studying the 16th Chapter Revival beglnj October 28 for the November meeting.

iching- .11 A. M. and 7:30: of Romans. Bring your Bibles. at the Air Park Baptist Church SCHOOL :NEWS

vital service when Christians Services each evening at 7:30: by! Mrs. Bert Hlnaon Mrs. Ola M. Quarts'r.
This is a
hrer Meeting and Bible Stud and I' the Rev. C. B. Emery. Do not Perkins Mills Brenda Sue Hinson,
I Wednesday 7:30 P. M. meet to pray together 'I fall to hear him, he has a message and Mist Sue Ella Chajtain attended '

riyone welcome. study the Word. for you.L. services at the Methodist) 'r.
-Homer Swlndall, Minister O. Hemingway Pastor church in Starke Tuesday of last j

urch of God I week They remained for the I.
rumen OF JESUS CHRIST anrial hour In the educational
Ith & St. Clair. Ste.ay .

School 1ft a_m.lUy OF Masonic LATTFJS Temple, Call Street. Keystone Heishtsijfgln building.The Seventh. grade held a class Per Pkg./ C 6

Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday School every Sunday meeting in the 1.lbrary at the Eng NAPKINS #11 COCA COLA DEPOSIT 1 19C i

!by Evening Service 7:30 p.m. morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Serv- lish period last Thursday. The PLUS

E Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m ices 6:30: p. m. A cordial InvitationIs \\' lleadlcy program consisted l of regular -

r/I'r Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m extended to all.fiRST Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wiggins announce business, group singing and poems.I :

the engagement of their We are glad that Eugene HaUl) GRAPE JAM 72 Oz. Glass W BABY FOOD FOIt25c ;

daughter, Miss Elizabeth Ann!I Is back In school after a two

Wiggins, to Midshipman Allen|I weeks' absence with an arm In- 3

BAPTIST CHURCH, Starke N.Biundage Y., son of Headley Mr. and of Mrs.Rochester Robert ,jury.Earlene Nazworth and Emojean I, J JI I

French Headley of Rochester. The Hall were each absent one day last I

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor wedding will take place In the week because of illness

Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town late spring. The Seventh grade girls were
MM. H. L. Thurs. C
Morgan entertained allowed special privileges on
PHONES: Office 231Paktorium130 last Friday Oct.T! 19 with three day of last week because of their

tables of bridge and canasta. achievement in :spelling. TGallon

CHEST OF JOASII SERVICE Mrs. Eula Walker left this week Mrs. Ola M. Perkins attendedthe ,

SUNDAY MORNING for a visit at her old home In Homecoming celebrations at i

Georgia. MUs Emma Kate Mans- the University of Florida last
,. '" field accompanied her. weekend By the use of a borrowed I
SUNDAY SERMONS11:00: A.M.. 7:30: ( 1'\1.: Mr. aud Mrs. Don Pangborn and I rain coat and a waterproof

5unday School 9-15 A.1\I.-Traininlt Unions 6:15 P.M. daughter Donna went to Atlanta snood she was able to attend the '
and Athens for the Ga. Tech. .' !
Il-WEEK( SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 I.M. ball game and see Florida gain a -

football game. smashing victory over Vanderbilt 1:
Lt. Col. Gross acd: his wife, who with a score of 33 to 13. Gulf andOkro
Nil THE CHURCH WITH TilE VISITING PASTOR have been living at the Lake Barbara Jean Matchett has been SPRAY 39C.TOMATOES 12c2F I

Geneva Apartment, have gone tc confined to her home for several QTS. : I'U; CAN

Galveston, Texas. He has been Her good .
day because of Illness -- -
transferred to San Antonio. friend, Connie Sweeney, has carried Small Size Pie
Mrs. Pat Fraher L) going to her assignments to her but we hope nil? -1 W I CHERRIES ,

Miami this weekend for a conven- she did not try to do too much i

Hear This Preacher: tion and to visit her people. school work while :she was. 111'1 NO. 2
Death of I. M. Bernkopf and I
We all miss Barbara hope
Ivan M. Bernkopf a long time she Is with us again next week. -
Rev. Alton DobbsIn resident of Keystone Heights, !
Dr. Woodham, our :supervisor
died here on Friday, Oct. 19, aftera
has us a large aquarium.We .
the Absence of the Pastor, Brother long illness. The body was takento are going to get It ready for
the Kyle undertaking parlorsof 1
Dobbs Will Speak at All Services Sunday Jacksonville, where It will remain -1. use in a hurry. We really appreciate
his kindness to lu. We think
this week. There will be a Beans
FIRST CHURCH Hampton memorial service In the Community I he's tops. Snap No.2 Cans I
Church In Keystone Heights on While our heating system was ipilWill

BOB GRAY Pastor Sunday Oct. 28 at 3 p.m. Dr.I -

Neale former pastor, will be In
B.T.U 6:30 P.M.
Bible School 10 A.M. charge of the service.Mr. I

formerly of Slnclalrvllle, N. Y. are

7:30( P.M. to Mrs.visiting locate Sara Mr.somewhere McDonald.Donaldson's In They the slater Intend:state I JEWELERSWALLIE YOU Be One Of These LUCKY 13's.

and have made several short trips I
to the south and central part. MUHLHOFER 1st Prize-II. & R. Clip Repeater FREE 7th Prize-Double Plate

Churrh SxhnduleBaptUt! F KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS 22 RIFLE
REVIVALBEGINNING Church: Sunday School .' Store 8th Prize-Radio Super Wagon
Next to Drug
9:45: Services 11:00 a.m. and Walker
: s-m. 2nd Prize-DeLuxe Baby
7:30 p.m. Training Union 6:19: p.m. 0Prompt FREE JL9th Prize-Red Rider Air Rifle

MONDAY, OCTOBER 29 .:.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: 3rd Prize-Champion. Pedal Car
p.m. and Adult Choir Wed. 8:30: Jet Flow Drive 10th Prize-,Rob rta (Mama) Doll, 18 in.

CHURCH OF GOD pm.at Young 7:30: p.m.People's choir Thursday -. Efficient Courteous FREE 11th PrizeToaster5th

4th Prize-Western Flyer Tricycle, 16 i In.
|?Stb! > and St. Clair Sta. Starke, Fla. : Catholic Church; Mass at 11:00: Service

... a.m. on the lit 3rd, and !5th Sun- Prize Super Lectic Auto Toaster 12th Prize-French Fryer t
: day in the Woman's Club.; 2nd. 0EXPERT FREE
Rev. Carl God of Tampa
and 4th. Sundays at 8:00: a.m.
Mama) 1)011,21 Inch 13th Prize Toaster
EVANGELIST : Confesjton before \Mass. WATCH 6th Prize-Sayco (
Old Fashioned Gospel Preaching : Community Church; Sunday REPAIRS BE SURE TO ASK FOR YOUR TICKETS! Employees or Their Immediate Families Not Eligible
... School at 9:45: a.m.: service at
11:00: a.m. Christian Endeavor at

EVERYONE Good CORDIALLY Singing INVITED :: 6:43 The* p.m.Nursery In the basement of Hour V'..dn.* Dally aday..--0 9 A.M.9 12 to Non 8 P.M. Given Away Christmas Eve at 5 O'Gock You 'Will Have To Be Present to Win

Club will be'used for

Services Each Evening at 7:30 : the both Woman'j Sunday and morning service. .. _. _. .. __ ____. ... ._ hU ___ _.h._ .. ..
A..A.AAAAAA A.AAAAA A.AA.AAAAAAAAA AAA The facilities there have been ex.

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Welfare Drop In County \ 'In Spite Of Restrictions And High Cost TEEN TOWN \ OTf FOR TilE MOST I I of E Durban of Lawtey n Mm. i ,, j...1. "i --=

Payments I ;Voile, T. A..... '
Howard I .r.
I : I FOOTHILL Thompson who la
'Of Materials Starke Is Still Getting TOPICS l'OPl'L.\U To: Mary I Ir .1\1|
I Law Takes EffectFlorida's I'I'I 1'LAVEK serving with the 23th) Division In den a and .Midi, .
As New 'Get Tough' 1 Korea, was promoted to the rankof "iWv8 New ,,i I.
T""n.T.wn will not be open thin You .
ATTRACTIVE NEW HOMES -- Sergeant on Sept. 29. He has Dlvor.'i' ,
I, automatically ,I: Friday night because of the dance ault for i. '_ "
illegitimate was been actively against '
new "get tough" wel'lfar. | engaged on the you In lb. ;
policy la apparently paying I eligible for State aid, and, children sp<'nsored by the Junior Woman'sHub Clip IhN coupon, write In the western front since April. Court andau.<> ? ,i' '
e Meet The Need : at the Hallowe'en carnival quired to nerve a
were separatedor Hut Not Enough To I"
off as a curb to the muihrooming I whose parents name of your favorite BUS wer or Pl"adl"e' ,, .of
divorced found little difficultyIn :\! It was announced this week. Next MIIKU: OK 4PIM.K- tTlOV FOR on the Plaintiff"A' ,
aid to children programthat Tornado. football player and
I II' TtI>MKIINf : I..ndo'urn.
' : threatened at one time, to getting on the rolls) even though Friday night will see the organization drop !It In ballot box at Florida. I >tl,'c In hereby given that IA. the original Stork.1. In n,
into a major Industry I one parent might have been gain. make up for lost time I Wynn t the holder of the following Clerk of tm. i 'n ", ." ,
I' develop d is however aj a rousing program I Is Theatre. T..ophyII\ be prewnteil certlflrales has riled "aid ccrtlflcatee fore the lath da
> i
; Along about last July 1, welfare fully employed.Now 1 r w for tax. deed tn lie limuect thereon. th.- III. ,, votherwlee ,
later In the wason.
II! and law enforcement officers the picture has changeCdrastically. being planned.The I The certificate' number and years. Cnmplalnt will 1H .
I has received at limuance, the lem-rlptlon. nf theproperty ed by you.
of the Here In Bradford group recently
and parta
it In this -- and the nines In which It .
\. State, started teaming up In a'' County aid to dependent childrer some ping pong equipment-a gift was. aHHpmied are lie fnllowa: once This each n..U'.J week.h f..01'I r,
drive make neglectful parents'' have dropped from P II of the Business and Professional : YOn Certificate No. 1'&. Yearn. of l.eu- week In the Biaill:!
' to payments mk NOMINATION am-e September 2. A.n. 1U35lr ut(
'I shoulder their rightful responsibilities S1 .612.W in June to $9.480.60 InSeptember. ; Woman's Club, the same organization MOST POPULAR"FOOTHILL .5Tlpllo.n nf Properly: All SWV, .rapll.Dated
t I In taking care of their The same trend \it that has furnished chaperonos of N4 QTviT1; :; N of ruh" road 1951. title 24th dj.
at Teen Town the NVV, of or L.ot 2. Hectlon 13,
1 children rather than letting them experienced throughoutthe during (OFFICIAL SEAL
; generally Town..h" 7 Mouth, Itapge, II A :
.I month of October. Present plans Clerk of the n/, ,
of the State. I Containing 49
I become charges I State. acrea more or leva, By Myrtle T. Deavvr. ,
It all started when. the 19511: It Is no longer possible for a call for asking other civic clubs to All Name of In.nald which I aimemied. unknown I in r..p,:

Legislature, recognizing the dan-1 man to leave thy wife and children .. I t u i furnUh chaperones on a monthly ( of player) County. of Bradford property, /Plate belnaIn of Florida the
'. gers inherent in the burgeoningaid I run across the State line and i basis In the future. ITnl....V""h .."'"".''. or eertlfleete. '-

: to dependent children program, remain free while his family becomes The combining of two different structural materials- -brick and i I. Committee heads were recently Inc to i"h"'L** 'the b" redeemed...!*,described accord- BetterCoughiWhen

1 changed the regulation under an added burden on the taxpaying ,concrete blocks- gives an eye-catching effect In thin recently completed appointed and met for a business Davis And SullivanIn I such will he certificate or "rtlflrat. In. new drugs or old fal,

1 which dependent children become public It la now poiwlbl home of Mr. and Mr. Bill McRae on the new Blanding Road 'seulon Wednesday afternoon. The .. cold |n th.... hlirheiit your cough or chest cold do
On ho"
11 f! eligible for aid from the welfare to extradite such "delinquentdads" Breezeway, connecting house and garage la a most convenient feature. committees and their respective 'Payment Vemat'd'j .the... ,'lfTe.tni1"1'h 7li.ol"f* In month door or t nn emllerMUr"011 Creomulsion contains only t

1 j department. : and bring them back to face I chairman are: Fay Paulk house; At Park Theatre SundayWith .".... I. the 3 day of colics ful. proven to disturb ingredients and
Until the new changes, everyWELDING criminals. Marlon Henderson, refreshments; nature's p
trial as common I Dated
I this I U dav nf October 11131 goes right to the seat of the
I It U no longer possible for a ; Charles Kirkland games; Buzzy Bette Davis and Barry A J. Thoma. aid nature soothe and heal t

} women to collect a welfare check Green dance; Florence Brown, Sullivan In the starring roles> Clerk(OFFrCTA ot SEAL) A. 3, Thom" ,,. der. inflamed bronchial me
every month for an Illegitimate ,arle ih4i } I finance; Pat Kucera publicity; "Payment on Demand", slated for County Florida Circuit Court of Bradr"rd Guaranteed to please you 01

; child without prosecuting the Arley McRae by-laws and con the Park Theatre screen Sunday 10/28 4t tI/18 refunds money. Creomubioo

: father. There was a time, Just a stitution; and Nancy Dupre, chaperones Monday and Tuesday, not only "OTU" TO- APPII''R' \the test of many millions of
;11' few months ago when one negro throws a searching light on an r-Lsar1.'. {'...rt. H."fertl '....ty. CREOIY1ULS

9 I woman In Bradford County wan W. E. Dietz was recently elected Important factor of the divorce Jerome 11I11I.Cks.eery.... Plaintiff' v.. Mary ..- ca.... c- Ash
childrenout advisor and of the but also provides
, "mopping up" by having sponsor group. problem an unusual
; of wedlock and collecting a piece of screen entertain- .00.
=! I Ir monthly check for the support of 'Show lioaf ScheduledFor ment. e .

r each. She had a total of five when The stars portray a couple who
I If In to .... Florida Theatre SOMETHING DIFFERENT!
L authorities finally stepped -- -' ---
colorful come to the parting of the ways
f We offer the people of gtarke break up her flourishing "racket. Nestled In a pine thicket Is new home of the E. A Sunday and Monday brought about by the wife's con- for a cold or rainy evening .

i i Public health records show that Yancey family. The soft pink color scheme of the exterior walla con-' stant scheming and plotting to Increase

' i and vicinity one of the most Illegitimate births among the negro treats nicely with the green of the wooded lot. The living room looks The biggest combination prop her husband'j business successes. PAINT-A-PICTURE CRAFT

,: modern and finest equipped population In Bradford County In- out upon an unusually attractive area on the north side of the home. '' and set ever constructed In Holly The highlights of their
creased 100 per cent between 191C wood for a motion picture was the married life and of the wife'! Genuine OH) PaintingNo
'I _" .___.___ I
,: r welding shop anywhere. p -. -- .: ."" "I';;' i good ship Cotton Blossom built ruthless ambitions, are strikingly experience needed Even child can do
Work Guaranteed ,. "..., for "Show Boat", the Technicolor portrayed In a series of remark
All 'I'
T. U. 1-,.. Enjoy the thrill of
'f'i W. C. ........- :. !I musical scheduled for the Florida able "retrospect" sequences which having a painting that )y

r.i: SMITH'S GARAGE 'LIQUOR'S A LIAR A CHEAT .... Theatre Sunday and Monday. Introduce a new technique In film painted yourself.

, ANI A FltAl'll: LIKE ALL OTIIEH ,.,. '-,ia'" I I The picture afar Kathryn Gray story-telling. .
AND MACHINE SHOP NUINDI.F.IUH. IT !gllOl'LII: .. ;\ .son, Ava Gardner and Howard Complete Kit e "

HE OUTLAW." alert Keel along with Joe B. Brown NEWS ABOUT
), I I Temple Ave. Starke (t'LOIUGOOU NEWS who has returned to the screen
1 I Paint Carn1l8
I ('TOISF.R 1951)) nfter yeara of absence.
Brush and Instruction
!. Produced and directed by the I 1 1 I''
Rodney P. Hall, son of ONLY
that "Annie I .
same team produced
,! T Get Your Gun", the "Show Boat" 1 Clyde Hall of Starke graduated 105 W.
Recently completed on the Lake Butler highway; was this concrete Is considered one of the best of recently from the Infantry Communication $2.95 Formerly Hollywood
3S.11 Course at the Infantry .
: :, : ; block home of the Ed Torocle family. The living room Is completely| the year's Technicolor musical School, Fort Bennlng, Ga.

paneled and features two picture windows which look out upon a yard, production The story Is based

i Two Il """ v .:. fl attractively landscaped.Of I I on the life and times of the peopleon The following Starke men recently
the old river boats that pad completed their basic Air

1 died up and down the Mississippiand Force training at Lackland AF Mon. Tues. Wej
Ton ilI .I..r: ; featurej enough action and Base San Antonio Texas: AlbertA. ,

romance to please any movie-goer. Hazen son of Mr. and Mrs. J.

,, 500 OTIIKK MAKESLlievrolei F. Hazen; Clinton Barton, son of yr '"" KOCH'SAnnual

.j I t linens STOCK Three School TrusteesTo H. A. Barton: Edwin L. Hornsby
IN son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Horns-

\ lIe ChosenIn by; and William L. Durban, son

.; : 2-Speed Axle -- Long and Short Wheel1949's Special Election Carnival Sale

.r, ,. ( Three School Trustees are to r
'Ii WHEELFor .- be elected In the special election!
asbestos shingle construction, the home of E. T. Phillips Is an to be held here In Bradford County! ATTENTIONIf Treasure

; 12 or 14-Foot Body 1,095.00 attractive addition to the many new homes on the west Hide of Starke.The 1''on November 6, according to an II

1,195.00 back and west sides are surrounded by woods while the front and I announcement this week by the You Have _
'. '1 For 16-Foot Body east side yards are verlUbie; carpets of thick green grass i! Board of Public Instruction. I

',: I Short Wheel Base 995.00 I I Marshall Matchett. Hampton, U PINE OU CYPRESS I

I (about the time the welfare program welfare checks In this county and']I the only newcomer to qualify.. The! TIMBER TO SELL r

I got into full awing In 'other Florida counties has decreased :, Incumbents, whose names are

i 195ffs With Above {Wheel{ Kane $200 Higher Florida) and 1950.: In terms of I considerably and U still automatically placed on the bal Large or Small Tracts

percentages the Increase was from falling. In Bradford County lot are L. F. Dlnklns Starke O.

i 166 to an 11.1time\ high of 32.3- grants In June were $21,77850: for J. Phillips, Luwtey; and L, A. We Buy All
.'' I Also large selection of new and used Farm Tractors virtually one birth out of every the aged; $15,67280: for dependent' Green, Brooker.

and Machinery. Drop us a card or cull Miami 77579 three being recorded as Illegitimate children; and $87850 for the blindas I Only qualified freeholders are PAY TOP PRICESWrite 3
_. I'
I 780152 and our representative will call on you. among the negro population hereIn compared with September' eligible for the position or to vote ..

i 1030. Under the old welfare figures of $21lf850, : ; $9,48060and In the election. Polling places will e

set-up, should the real father of $912.77 respectively. Thud be the same as for a general I
WILLIAMSON MOTORS these children fall to provide for while checks to the aged and blind election unless hut minute {{ or Call

i i them, the State had to assume the remained. about the same, checks changes are announced next week. 1.00 Key Chain .83 .50 Bay Rum

i responsibility and the father waj for dependent children decreased The Trustees are to fill two

5700 N. W. 27th Ave. MIAMI. FLA. allowed to go free and foster other $$6,191.90! In this brief period.All year terms for which no payment B.T.THOMASLUMBER

" ,1 I, r potential charges of Uie State. of thU Is largely a result ,of U received. Only three, the top .10 Pocket Comb .06 .10 Toilet Soap
\ Now. with the new law In effecta 1 three, will be elected and should CO.
the new Welfare Act and the I
. .,. : mother wanting to draw a welfare two from the same district be PHONE 211-J
check every month becauseher Sheriff's office has been kept among this top three. the lowest P. O. Box 735 1.00 Boxed Soap .77 .19 Or. Squeeze

husband U no longer living mighty busy. No longer can a will be replaced by the next
\ '. with her must swear out a war man leave his family drive Into highest from another

1 I HALRStrawberry' plant, rant for him and he must be prose Georgia and remain entirely free.I i There are five districts dutrlct'j .. .
FOIL nftNT Stnr hull.llnir' on 10th Fon cuted before .. Nd
she Is ellgtlble for Hallowe'en Party
while county. ,
k e\ .t Nee KnitUniwn. 411' 1031| barge -allhy with room.Abmit 'It Is now possible to extradite apf'rSOn H _" / Complete
: t RK nice route at |na run- assistance. In other words the
I ,' WEDDING AND RIR'PHDAYCAKMS sere. H per I.100. V. 1'1.1t\' 'ami'In.nillcn Illegitimate child racket charged with non-eupport
, I -13 uP. Order taken Nt Dubmers > NorthV..Mo.: I01IJnl : was "nip -
I : Gift Shopn. Phone fllt-J tfSlNdKFl pod In the bud" because a woman and the number of children on the
:i ..:''M tl W IM'IFIIIXCKI.I.INT mast now prosecute the father be- welfare rolls of Bradford County
II i I 8KWINCI Machine Com .: : IH'MUITl'MUT for fore her child Is eligible for the should continue to tumble aj their gilAND
I' pang. Lake City Flu. Phone 8811. nuin with mr to aupply ronmnwriM "
wilt repair, your nuu-hln In tip" .II h "\',*r liuil hoiiMMhold priKlurt welfare rolls. "delinquent dad are brought be.' :
. top condition rea.. "nat>'... we In Hrmlforil County Stop work- fore the bar of Justice.
'. UM only cenuln* 8lnsr purt" Inc for .hern.. Ire your own boniiriuMil Should the father be willing to A ON
': our .rvlo. cart will\ pick up ant youmelf a future In a bustneuM provide for the support and main-
,i delivery nnrvloa upon r.iiii>t. n here age I. no handicap. To TheBRADFORD
ti Now Blnuor. mhlnt are availahl Write ltawlclch'e.u.pt, KAJ-270. tenance of the family naturally, ADDRESSESOF
I ,,, on reaeonehte. I.-rum, tie 4tp 1018| he can't be prosecuted and a considerable

1 FOR SAf.W-B"...r female I mo. \DIOS REPAIRED number of men have INTERESTC. COUNTYFAIR :
old, beautiful red faun championhlonil bock tracked and done Just that O. Yarbrough 5368
H Tarry, III Wakee All Model' Alpha
Putnam line Hall-,MrV phone Kr.tanv 1931 tI..I.I.. ......r... ao.reneN when' confronted by the long arm Ave, Rt. 7. Jacksonville Fla. FOOTBALLS 25 PER CENT OF
i of the law.
( ll C t. ailr-PHKItll: Mrs C. W. SS17
Faulk. Lake-
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I TWO UNF%'ItNI 1ft;.> HUN41AIAk1\'N II I Since July 1, approximately 32 wood Circle, Jacksonville, Fla.
to rent Well located I'hone 334IIP. ATTHAPTIVR newly done over fur- warrants have been served on nonsupport Mrs\ Lettle Parker 883 N.

nlnheil. apartment on Clark for rent Street nradyAlmrlmente HO charges here In Bradford EdgewOOd( Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. .69 Spice Rack .39 .50 Hair Tonic

FOIL KKNT-rurnlnlwd, roam and A, J. County; more than were formerlyserved John B. Dye change from Kingsley
1t..n..I.l rat to pit.nmonth. Tho/tr.t 0'1.
of kltrhen.
omeone use who will help with houn.ileanltiK .. In a year under the old act Lake to 629 9 E. 26th Ave., .89 Stove Talc.

4/0 Center ",. Itp k'ou ,,\1-8: room hm.... & arreiiFenced AJ a result, the amount of the Ft. Lauderdale Fla. Protector Pad .43 .25 Shave

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Monterey, Detroit, Mlt-h F".I.reont..ct T..I.l vnrnte. "t, on.... rash ",11111. tH, .10 Bias Tape .06 Buffet Set .
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mile Old nlnndlnir Roadtre.\ For
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rnph ll.illv ll.-n.lrlt. lit 1 I. Htarke Itn AMERICAN LEGION
SAI.K HlKKtna Camp Trailer'' .. ... .. ........ ......... .nn
.110. 'tuncanw$4rk.. Stn 11/3 II FREE F

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OF ALL KINDSRENOVATED II 1.98 Kiddies .69 PocketKnives
"Fnit *'I..:-5..", hnnpe with hath.Unftirnlened GRAND OPENINGSaturday .
I I3.*". Knot Illh Mlne Rain Coat 1.39 2 for
"t tn ",,11..'... 5lee' M... MftllnrvTtmmne. ,
Temple Ave ftp lt'3
(. November 3 1951
4-nSl3f COTTAOB FOR WFVTMwlern 14.95 Ensemble .19 Bon Bon

I liable. water, bath, emFrenhlv DAYS Jewelry 9:95: Dish .
painted and dei'Araleri -
FURNITUREKeupholatervd $31. Santa Fe Farm. ...h.......... *
and 4... It-J

fterlntebedhLAASTINGB HITRD CAN: NOW RKADY for net BY Thursday and .39 Aspirin .27 .50 Brushes .
MUSIC Friday
venr't plfintlnr Hpeclnl nrlceetandtnv :
VTTHESS CO. ,In field Santa. F. Farm.
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-tree. with cape. Hee Mr llarrle at !
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FOR PAI.R One l I.area electric .1.1. Theix- tt.-
ra"... practically new On dle- *
play .at Carl:. John. Mtore for (ISOranh.'Carolyn FOR .U.r'--On.* air with small
H. Re><"rave. Ito hntiN. bnrln.r pmn fro.*.. .litMAitrpM : 9 Items With Find The
city limit. PrtrM for :
1 100 Kna-raved. Wedding Invltatlona nn.. 44 T "Ire* Oltv Pin Ito All OYHalf
4 on fine raq.ennt.nt paper, '
I only 'U 95. Bradford. CountyTelegraph FYfffr.td p.nA"l'nq Full j AT
Flneet Details I
No Gate Charge Until 6
r tf typewriter sever. ever mir1 ne.1m1e .6 STOB
In IK peivtnd with FvhrelaMiifeflll ; Price e THE
FOR SALE-Four acre with Only Oar tluarnnteeit "For.ever" Next Week IjII L Y
lame -room houna, 3 bedroom Bradford County Televrftp*

bath all modern con., crernec tf C. A. STEPHENS SHOWS :

porch, 2 car gar. 3 mi. east of t.."t. ....M.H end.-John'equipment. lleere Oond M..llTractor ...-...III ELSIE The Cow will leave FREE

Stark on old Klngaley Lake rd I <.i.n \v Hlbter Roc 1ft,. SISTRUNKFEED&SEEDCO. ON THE
Priced for quick sale. Owner onprenvUei. i Stark or ""v., lj.ke, lip tilt| MIDWAY t Kiddies
Cream for the
V. Johnjon Rt. 1. Box' nr.oRPD HF.r.P--M and woman It .

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