Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 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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System ID: UF00027795:03140
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'ollowThe Tornadoes To Deland Tonight


, ".I, I bidders last Florida To Conference Invade Deland Game ., .: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Single Copy J IDe 0 0Official

...doe- will pay Deland, layoff aa they were run through

night with the Intention offensive plays both running and

another to their string passing.The County Publication Established In 1879
Florida Con- team will definitely not beat
,.. m ..
,: Deland beat New full strength. Coach James
a, I
In New Smyrna Hobbs said, for Neil Crawford'
d ,uch smaller margin than leg U still too stiff, Ed Teston if ,' .-. _.- SIXTEEN !Ii
the Tornadoes when still out of action and Gone Shaw -

"hY; the measure of New has not fully recovered from p LOSE A SIGN? Exhibits Needed Brooker Residents I Governor Warren

A 3 14-0. broken leg. Carl Johns, however I To Get More Phones Scheduled
CII) cat far, are expected to who has been on the Injured lint
r.. i along with the teamcheer for the last two or three games SEE MR. HOBBS Soon Officials Say
I H ;
them on to anoth- will be back In harness and should For County Fair ,

1 h a pyIl probably witness be a big help to the local grklders C C CIt I The Santa Fe Telephone Corn-. To Speak Here Next Friday j
g attack which Is second I. Hobbs refused to make any an-yone In the County or surroipdlng pa by Is rapidly making headwayand should

local! high school athletic statement pertaining to the Beginning Monday Brooker residents -
h'lii ? possible area lost a sign Wednesday
DeanEetand'snd soon be'able to get more telephones -
>I nlyit
aodlMhe't. throwing arm. Dean any that, barring the fact that the sters went to work they'll probably The Bradford County Fair Association -,a meeting In the Brooker Com- The Season .
hil i find It those that were Mid-Term Tour
New U in Delaad the among Tuesday night.Poles .
against game two teams issued an urgent appea! tfiunlty Building '
35 S passes deposited In front of the BHS- Field .-
touchdowns are fairly evenly matched. He and L are being erected: In both Set For ThursdayPecan
Koifd two House If this week to home canners: \ In an unprecedented mid-term
heal the lost signs aren'tthere personal!
another one aid he didn't know Just what Deland's I farmer. for exhibits In the County I Waldo and Melrose a| present appearance tour
It liP they may be with a few call for temporary growers In Bradford ..ntiaurroundln& Governor Puller Warren will report to the people of Bradford
dfd a
a great deal oiadoa record was to date but Fair which opens Monday'at. the they said, and plans
ouor| ,t reason more that are liv front of from the
practice time this know they have been beaten by resting Legion Fair Grounds two block,' line being run Into Brooker counties': were re- County courthouse steps in Starke Friday after
the high school building. II minded this week of the first auction Nov. 9 at 3
sotus devoted to defense par- both Palatka and Kettertlnus west of Temple Avenue on the In the near future to partially noon p.m.
,s toach: James Hobbs said he the residents wanting tele sale which will be held at the The Governor
of the aerial variety Palatka. of course, handed the State Farm Highway. supply will arrive here
how. Tornadoes their loss of the checked the area about 10 o'clock I phones. Officials also said thai State Farmers Market In Starkeon fresh from
and Thursday, only Dr. A. Y. Covington presidentof I "telUne ff" the
. Tampa
lay) Wednesday night and only a few I Thursday Nt' >v. 8.
all the rest
saw them sharpening season and the Ketterllnus game the association asked everyone Broker, as wilt Morning Tribune and the Miami .
.,nslve punch after a week's I II! scheduled for November 16. had been left, but there was certainly with exhibits to contact Miss towns serviced by the Santa Fe Fourteen buyers have been contacted Herald, two of the State's largest

f) a surprise In store for him Dorothy Ross, home demonstration -I system,,jvlll be on a dial exchange states Miss Dorothy Alva. newspaper., which he *accuse of
Thursday morning when he left system but that It would take at rez acting manager of the market taking a distorted
in the 'S view of his
home to open up the dressing room agent county agent'lottlce least. another six months.. here and/most of them have said { wL ministration policies. ad<
Leads Policemenerry sometime before noon Monday
ped Convict and his office. He said the signs If possible Should be Residents of the. Brooker area ; they Would? be on hand for the
will be for few you sale. All must be Warren. who
plied together a 10 opening pecans led the tIcket
for will b41 required to pay percent .
pushed time and have -
days alid anyone who wants his I no opportunity the In the;, blna,,$nd weighed by 1:30: Zn Bradford Bounty In both
of the totnl cost in bringing len-
to see Miss Ross, just take
, Chase Before Being Caught Is! urged to get them as! soon as service In just l she Mid, for the auction itself will maries. during his campaign for
new telephone but
your exhibit on out to the fair and Governor
possible. I someone will be on hand to help whet that will amount to ,Is not I begin' promply at 2 o'clock, She "L 'L 'i ,be three years ago w|III|
I also' reminded growers that the warmly wrlromcd here ,
line will be staked '
known. The by-
L Hampton negro, became evident that he was going you with It there he said. yet one-halt old
idol Sherman, Work Begins On Base I out In the next few weeks, officials market's commission of t, many friends. and the Brad.
Lrving' time In Raiford for to'follow the tracks Into Starke The C. A. Stephens shows wilt' cent per pound Is paid by the buyer herd High School Hand Mill
said and the costs can then be turn
it ,] tempted assaslnatlon of( so Thomas:) called the State Farmto For New Power Unit I present seven rides and approxImately -I' computed and charged. ., and the grower' keeps every : out *n malice. to add Additional

Mlllams.I a negro professor I report seeing him and wait for. 23: concessions.. Then. The Santa Fe Telephone Company : thing that Is paid him for the eolor' and mimic to the ai.iH.ar-
Hampton colored school, Instructions.The Work began this week on pre-: there will also be one large tent crop. a"c'CI of the State' Chief
haa been In the Kxrcu.,
aptured, last Friday morn-| authorities at the Farm paring a base for thf new dle ell reseryed for the exhibition of planning The buyers expected to attend the. .
fa officials _
for sometime
i.r his escape from prison told Thomas to "get him". "W unit for the local power plant, 'I many 'of the Industrial and I >;e now aU most of whom are well known In
al'rl-I and realization of
said, the
ilusk Thursday night Oct. want him," they said "so stop recently purchased by. the City I cultural products jal the beginning the'county are: Don Bchenck With the exception of,the Tampa
their and hopes Is just -
him." Dogs were, brought Into from a South Carolina town which I i Thursday afternoon will be plans have Waldo; H L. Brownlee>, Starke; ana Miami speeches, the Governor
to about.
man broke and ran from the hunt from the Farm and Sher no longer maintains Its own plant. School Day for the white children I received come of"the funds requested -i W. L. Shaw Lake City; .J. W .has been devoting most of his

shifts and evidently man was trailed down the railroad The new unit is so large work of the County and Friday afternoon -,I part O'Steen. [.ulu' Lou Louvell. Tam .----- .., other county appearances to a self.
ule I I from the REA 'and tht -
night walking Into Lawe '- track all the way to the State men say, that there .will be only will be reserved for colored pa88; : : Keene, Lake City;. H. styled "mission of truth" In which-
he balance should como In the near Governor Fuller Warren
d tint place he was seen ''Farmer's' Market, just outside 18 Inches to spare after the unit '! children. The manager has announced I future. Strickland, Jacksonville; ana It'l he reviews somo of the outstand

morning. | Starke. ', Is Installed and put In operation I that there will be no admission W. (Anderson of Winter Haven. lug achievements of his admln-

nan was hiding In front of Two SArke policemen as well here.Carl I charged at the gate on\ Election I Harry Hughes Joins Isiratlon.Hiring, .

the main( as the highway patrol and a deputy Johns, city clerk, laid final these two days and all rides will Special Bradford' Teachers
station on '" : Staff mimic l by
ice Humphreys Toby
sheriff had been called into the plans for the base will probably be available at a cost, of only nine Tuesday For .. IOwdy'sPPiiIar
of Lawtey about 4 O'clOCk hllllillly, band
hunt In the meautime ami-Sher be complete next wee It and the I cents Now On Continuing precede*
morning when another j has PaC'b talk and unembersf.
Harry Hughes recently theG'.vt'lrnor'la
Into him his to man wns sighted In the middle or concrete base will be poured at Dr. Covington said a representa. School Trustees Contract Basis '
on way
ran party dUtrlbute
( the railroad track running towards that time However, the engine joined the staff of the Humphrey'sGold cop-
: tive of the show Is In fris
snuff Sherman company of Ihr
re for some '.he Board of Public Instruction piunphlet. entJllitf
for andat the the Market Thomas said he ran I Is so heavy that the concrete must\ town at present and will remain Bradford County school teach Corporation a" assistant! Tim TRUE
a quarter of
negro Bradford Mtory the War-
he had to get to Starke. up on the track In back of Sherman 's'et"' for three or four weeks before here until Monday, contacting local reminded owners this week County of property the ers were put on a continuing contract superintendent, according/' a hon itlrnlnislraien"' .

and ordered'hlm time aftertime it's hard enough to support agricultural and Industrial I basis as of July 1 of this
,*tey negro said he would special election Tuesday In whichthree statement this week by El C. Wel.cluperuntendent. -
home after It, but In. I to stop or he would shoot. the unit. I leaders concerning exhibits. There year according to an announcement "'; Governor Warren will arrive
to be .
o. School Trustees are
le went to the home of Dick f Finally he said he had no choice The unit, after being/ disassembled -t Is no charge for the exhibit space! will this week by H. P. Morgan, here from Macclenny where he Is

Chief of Police I and Sherman was shot In the back In South Carolina will be j' used by farmers and housewives elected The polling places superintendent of the Board of Hughes Is a representative of scheduled to speak at noon. From
i Lawtey the Coun.ty"p '
be the same throughout -
Id him about meeting the,(I and arm with a shotgun. trucked to Starke by a large moving -I' and the charge for commercial public Instruction. This mean. DuPont D* Nemours Corpo- here he will go to Lak Butler,

I I The distance was too great and. concern there which has offer- j I exhibits Is "extremely) reasonable they are for a general elec- that a teacher who has been tom.10yetJo..Jb. ration for whom Humphrey Is where Union Countlans will hear
Sherman wasn't killed but he ,.' tin\. working; the mine. lie II a family him at 0
.ed to' do the work for : he said. school p.m.
$5,800, ) county .ys-
i .
'ni had no' Idea a cejwlct just'couldn't i ?.- ; ,.." <..<4',1I ( *rshall"'Mstch..tt: 'tf8/lfl1Yton; 'lithe ,' man, Weichel said, 'ami will
W\tl1bBl ,
"" ',kep4 going Moving$ the unit' will require five! I tern for three or more years can'tbe move With this tour the Governor Is

'oII'eii! aped, bu he winYito take another step Thomas re trucks! one of.which Is a 16 wheel Mrs. J. M. Vickers only newcomer to qualify. The released without good reason. his family to either Keystone doing his bit to dispel the often

Investigate and .When/he''I ported. It was the end of the semi-trailer. (The block and Incumbents, whose names are Morgan said any teacher U Heights or Starke as soon as a heard complaint from Voters that

Chad Sherman In" front oft(Toad for Sherman and he was crankshaft, after all other parts I Named Chairman automatically placed on the ballotare eligible for a continuing contract suitable home Is found. they "never see" a politician after

I utation Sherman broke and- |I loaded Into the back Of an auto- have been taken out, still weigh Of 'Care' Campaign L. F. Dlnklns. Starke, O. JPhillips. who has been employed by the they once elect him to office War-
t ss the railroad tracks. It mobile be returned to Ralford. Lawtey, and L A. Green Sistrunk Schedules
some :50 tons-quite a load torev..n I county In Its school system for at nn also made an unprecedented

a truck of this size.) Mrs. James M. Vlckefs will Brooker. least three years and been appointed Formal Opening statewide thank you" tour after

'S.arians HearS Building Permits After the unit arrives here in I serve as local chairman/ of theThankHglvlngseason Only qualified freeholders are for (the oncoming school : his election to the Governorship.Noted .

Starke a diesel engineer will be "CAREFORKOREA" eligible to run for the offices or to term They must be given a job For Tomorrow
Glee Club vote In the election. The Trustees similar to the which they have for hi* Inimitable brand
B. E. Akridge has received a (employed) to re-assemble the engine Campaign of the General -,
k and I are to fill two year terms for whichno been holding find at a salary comparable Tohy Dowdy and his High (>f oratory. the self-Myletl
High School Glee Club un- for the building of a conCrete Inspect It to make sure It's In Federation of Women's Clubs, '
|,', direction of Mrs. Ruth C. permit I "A-I shape." The re-assembling lit 'was announced today by Mrs. payment Is received. to that on the regular pay Pointers will be on hand In person "plough. boy of tolhmin' County"
brock home on Orange StreetI h.. l Ios none of his.. old'
afternoon for fire
Saturday the formal andhoiiicHpnn
Only three, the top three, will schedule.
r, prpHcnted a well-balanced job will not begin before the first VV. R. Morse, President of the
|7 program of musical num-I according to the permits on ,file,, of December and Just how long It I Starke Woman's Club. be elected and should two from Should the Trustees or the opening of Slstrunk's Feed & Seed humor Hhrn he

|n the Rotary Club Wednea- In the city clerk's office. It Is also -I will take for completion Is not National goal of the campaign,, the same district be among this!!I Board wish to release! a teacher Store.. mount the stump. :After hi.IIIH'h .
I I I, three the lower who has these qualifications, the The. he Hill tarry a. "hlle fur
reported that L. F. (Monk) known. However, with no bad which will be conducted by Fed. top must give way new building was completeda
I to the next highest from another teacher has the right to a public few weeks and Ilia traditional round of haml-
ravorltes negro spirituals, Dlnklns Is planning*to build a''' luck City officials are hoping It eratlon affiliates throughout the ago the company
I I district. However all four hearfng/ before the Board and has been shaking that usually clImaeagettogetherp .
liovelty numbers were fea-I will be In operation sometime after United States from November 12th men operating there since it.
) 1 on the program, which was home on his lot on Church Street,I the first of the year. through Thanksgiving Day ha< In (he race <">nr sent different districts Trustees Then, should the teacher completion, but the formal open. of this kind.

( received by the Rotarlans I f directly across from the Episcopal been set at 150,000 CARE pack of which there are five In feeL] he has been given a bad deal Ing was delayed until this Satur-

I Julia Lawson and Mary.! Church, but no permit has been Harold Hazlewood ages./: Of that amount a quota of the County, and the foregoing rule by the local officials, he may ask dny, Th building Is lorateddirectly Mack Futch Elected

Lf Futch accompanied the grovp' Issued.I $50 has been set for this city. All will not apply, for a hearing before the State across from the City light President Of LocalU
To Coach Board of Education' as a last re and water
piano. I plant on Call Street.
I D. K. Knight was granted a per. funds contributed will be Used to

program was In charge ot mit for the building of a house OB BHS BasketeersCoach provide CARE packages of food,, Funeral Services sort.The Also on tap for the opening area Of F Alumni Club
Isn't needed
Morgan Pratt St. It Is to be of concrete : clothing textiles and blankets, for generally number of contests, prizes, entertainment -
Held SundayFor anymore, Morgan said, except thatIt I and gifts for both Mack Futch, Lake Butler, was
block construction at a cost estimated Harold Hazelwood will Korean orphans, refugees
per' Itrookerlte at $ ,OOO. coach the Tornado basketball team civilian war victims. Deliverywill George Cone saves school officials the formality adults and children. The doors to elected president .of the Bradford

I IE..J. this be time for the of appointing so many the store open at 8 o'clock Satur. Alumni
according made in Club
year to Tuesday
received an announcement night, replacing
Dowllng per. teachers
Fifty Dollars every year. There was a
Funeral services for day and
I this week by Head Christmas holidays. George morning visitors will be A. J
to his time however when number of Thomas Jr. who
( mission to move a house Cone 72, a life-time resident of a welcomed all day. However, the
lust A Phone Call I Coach James Hobbs. Hazelwood "I am certain every resident of'I had held
fired because the
good/teachers were post since the club
Cost of the
lot Pratt Street. Bradford music and
on I lis assistant football coach and this! city as individuals and County were held Sun- contests wilt not begin
I" and remodel- I day afternoon In the Pine Level o( personal reasons but this can until 2 o'clock Saturday. afternoon, was first organized three years
moral of the. story Is to, house after repairs helped coach the local basketeeri through their organizations, will no longer: be done because of the

I your radios tuned to those ing Is estimated at St.OOO., last year. 5e will coach the boy'i I want to support this drive to help Baptist Church with Rev. W. E public hearing clause, he said. ago.Futch

ft 4 nations, or so Mrs. Melvin George Vampy recently moveda "B" team also while the Junior 'South Korea'I'civilian population," Hall officiating. Interment was Selective/ Service who was Instrumental In

1", formerly of Brooker.I house onto his lot on 'the cornel High School team will be coachedby I Mrs."Morae stated. In announcing made In the Crosby- Lake Ceme- NEWS ABOUT Officer To Visit getting the club together and progressing -

\ of Walnut and Eleventh Streets Hugh Ingram Jr., and the girls appointment of the campaign tery, again said there are a

was riving to her mother's f Cost of the hopse was.$ ,00O. will again be coached by Nina I chairman and committee members Mr. Cone had been a farmer In SERVICE MEN Local Board Thursday number of University of Florida

In Brooker (Mrs. H. p.. Bishop 'There can be no more fitting Bradford County all his life and I Alumni In Union County who

'rl' late one night a few weeks I Claim The schedule for the forthcomingseason I Thanksgiving Day offering for died early last Saturday .morning Two more Bradford County Air An officer from Selective SeryI. would like to Join thjs club rather

from a football game in Taxpayers May is: I.Americans.[ The terrible destruction following a brief Illness In his Force recruits have completedtheir !ice headquarters In St. Augustine than form one of their own. The

"*lll* when she heard un arf ;. 'Four Per Cent Discount Dec. 11 Lake Butler there of war has turned millions of home on Bayless Highway. He basic airman Indoctrination will .be on Hand. this Thursday Club' went on record as being In

cement from a broadcasting Dec. 14 Ft. McCoy here Korean people--many of them was a member of the Pine Level course at Lackland Air Force Base, afternoon for a special meeting of favor of extending the Union County .

l''Q In Texas saying that the I I Tax Collector. R. Kelly reI Dec. 18 P. K. Yonge there orphaned children-Into homeless Baptist! Church. San'Antonio, Texas. the local Draft Board according: alumni an Invitation to Join and

J Person calling from Florida I I I minds taxpayers that they will receive -. Dec. 21 Callahan here destitute refugees. The victory of Survivors besides his wife Mrs. They are Howard T, Kelly: sun to Mrs. Rhoda Dampier chief: later change the name to the Brad

II win $30. Mrs. Spooner ',{ a four per cent discount on: Jan. 8 Gainesville! here our armed forces will be meaningless Winnie Cone, Include one son, of Mrs. Sadie Kelly of Starke and clerk.A I ford-Union County. Alumni Club.

1 up to a roadside: telephone taxes If paid this month. The discount Jan 11 Palatka there unless the Korean people are Henry Cone Starke, and one sister Ernest I... Norman son of Mr. and number of Billy Matthews, director of
I,1"I th.statlotj and won drops to three per cent In I Jan. 19: Ketterllnus here provided with the food, the cloth- Mrs. Annie Walnwrlght, alec Mrs. W. M. Norman. Rt. 2, Starke out. aha said and regulations the are alumni affairs for the University

"her trouble, |I[ December. Jan. Wllliston "I. Ing and other essentials they need of Starke. Lackland situated near San Antonio the meeting Is to clear purpose of and his assistant Holmes Melton,

Jan. 22 Ketterllnus there to survive 'CARE packages can Pallbearers were Leon Conner. I\.tI the world's largest Air erroneous Impressions up any were on hand with two pictures;

Jan. 25 Suwannee mean the difference between lift Force base.LeroyG.. that one on the building and educational -
there O. R. Alvarez, Felix Sspp, C. C. may have been formed the
Were The Belles Of The Ball Jan. 29 Lake Butler here and death. Here Is something all I Hutchison. C. C. Crosby and P. Norman- aviation electrician basis of the regulations. Oneregulation program of the University
Feb. 1 of do must I and the picture. of the Florida-
Callahan there us can: --something we D. Reddish. "
airman apprentice. USN,, In particular, that is
Feb. 5 Suwannee here do-to support the forces of freedom Loyola game In California where
Arrangements were made by the Is participating In ,the first full- worrying many young men of Loyola's Don Klosterma
:'a L LI LW Feb. 8 Wllliston there DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home. scale Atlantic Fleet exercise held draft age' !Is the rule whereby a set anew
Feb..12 Palatka here The CARE! packages which have member of intercollegiate record for the
the National
since the outbreak of the Korean Guard
been for Korean relief number of pauses thrown In onegam -
Feb. 13 P. K. here prepared
I conflict. Seventeen squadrons of can bf drafted unless he had enlisted .
To Lead .
II. P: .
Feb. 19 Gainesville there Include woolen blankets, cotton Morgan *) He threw 63.Holcomb
and taking In the Guard before he turned
patrol plane airships are
pp-ar" Feb. 21. 22. 23 Conference" textiles,' food, woolen suiting underwear' Discussion Panel part' in the mock war games.H 18 1-2 or before July 1. 1931. : Kerns was elected I
wool. All ? secretary-treasurer of the club.
Tournament knitting con
7 I At State P.T.A. Meet Is the son of Mr. and Mrl.I All of these details win be
tributions will be pooled to provide -
: I Leroy O. Norman of Route 2.atarke. straightened out after Thursday i,

4t4'4' Recent BirthsMr. a complete package. Deliveries I I H.'P. Morgan, superintendent\ of she said, and anyone desiring
will be arranged by CAREto !:
further tol'I I VOICEOFP.T.A. [
Information Is asked
and Mrs. Ray Bell of Jacksonville orphanages refugee camps and;! the Board of Public Instructionhas I Evan: W. Hodges. Jr., son of Mr. contact her In her office.

'formerly of Starke. an-I other relief centers, on the basis been asked to lead a discussion and Mrs. E. W Hodges of Brooker

;: nounce the birth of a daughter on, of greatest need. Donations can I panel of some 200 delegates has. been promoted to corporal. He I The Stat. Convention of the

5fc Oct. 26 In St. Vincent's hospital. be sent to: CARD! FOR KOREA, at the 'State P. T. A. Conventionin Is currently assigned to He.
-' Mrs Bell II the former Louise Ed- STARKE. FLORIDA. Jacksonville November 14, 'It quarters ft Service Co. of the 12th held at the ,George Washington

wards. I wss disclosed this week. 'Knjrr.. Bn.. 8th Inf. Dlv. at Fort local Woodmen of the World Hotel" In Jacksonville November j

L r ', ','. Gold Dollar Sale The delegation will listen to an 7seFtofl. S. C. A graduate of group presented Troop 75 of the 13' 14. and 18. Let's' se< "'tbat*Jj
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. McConnellof
I) s;, Boy Scout. with an American Flag Bradford County has a good" '.p3Vresentatton ::
I address during the morning session BHS, he was employed as a shipping
Sunflower Kan., the proud
are Featured At Lovett'sA during a regular
on the part that parents playIn clerk with Tung Oil Products troop meeting at this meeting sine:
'parent. of a son, Harold last
school costs: and the afternoon Inc. In Brooker prior to his Induction week according to. statement It Is conveniently located this
son McConnell, Jr., born Sept. 20. Gold Dollar Sale Is being featured sessions will be devoted t6' dla.cUllslona last Janurary. thU week by Cecil Sowell, year.

Mrs. McConnell I. the former Patricia this weekend at Lovett's, In various Morgan Scoutmaster

Keen daughter of VIrs according to an announcement by will) lead the discussion groups. In one I Ftc N. O. Hayes: Jr. of Smoker', The troop, has been without a Th Ctvcuilve Board of the

Nelma Keen of Stark. Ernest Phillips manager. cf these afternoon groups. i assigned to the Plans and TrainIng arge American Flag for quite sometime Bradford High- PTA will meet

Mr, and Mrs. Herbert E.' Nor- Souvenir "gold dollars" will be Section: of the 301st Logistical he said, and the gift of the next week.

t man announce the birth of a son, given away to everyone visiting CARD OF THANKS Command at Camp Rucker: Ala. W O. W was certainly appre W. would like to our
llllln* Lamar; October 28 at the the the sale. has been to the rank of ciated. express
n rat place In the costume contest: at the Junior Woman's Herbert store during Phillip promoted Following the presentation appreciation to all who help make;

u *lUerad." D"nc last'Friday night were these three "ladles" Glendale Hospital. Palatka.Mr. said. The dollar. In reality are We wish to thank everyone who 'corporal. He Is a graduate of BUS former Congressman Lex the Hallowe'en Carnival such a

r and Mr. J. Z. Anders are delicious: chocolate candy covered: was so thoughtful and kind duringthe and also attended the University Green spoke to the Scouts on
eacOrte. The from left to right. grand success-both those who attended -
rider winners and< their escorts are, the proud parents of a baby daughter with gold paper. illness and death of Mr. Ells of Fto.,<1a. Prior to entering the Americanism and emphasised just and those
BIU Frith who contributed.:
\\/T, Scrugge Edward Parker. Charles ParUn. Joe Kathryn Cecil. born October Mr. Phillips said that Stokelyand Johns. May God bless and keep service he was employed by. his how Important It U that Americans Mrs. Hall. Carnival
; CoramTn prize for "Irat place was awarded to all three 14 In the Alachua General Hospital Van Camp'; products will be you all, Is our prayer. Her father on their cattle farm near: stick together In these days of )[n. Slade. President

ey came.. a team. i feature during the sale. I family I I Brooker November He was Inducted last Communist aggression. Committee Chalrm.nI

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.D..I"C.,, / ,r., '"..n minding ,ph. .. .,. I : B Iwtd.au., -. Plaintiff 1 f..nd, v&m.K.ltll-: |qu'r..d--r.' ,t"plmdln H.-I'\ a Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Kevstone Heights ,Sill.?. Fl U id the rinlnllffi AU'.moy. .
., Pass No 871Jlrv "11 A. J. w. .
.I in '6-.lug M r tlin Clerk ? ''IAlr riKAf.J A. J. ThfilUBt., 'iTInnmK. Jr. < >
.. SlarkiFlorida
fii i. iilt "' .<.iron. ir ln-foro .1 1 "i.. 'I ri< it th- r "li. "nil r urtB I > ( Topfrr. .. nrlnnl and 1I""lIh t f
whonr. fll.' tin in In the nfflre
IB79 C. L MATTHEWS. OWNKMKDITOHml "t N.bur.. list ittill .. ;Mj"i.i T L..v.i'. l>' i"iM'' Clerk T. Kiitln .. ot'n.. .' and sddi., I J. Unknowny n.I rk nf the Cln ult Court on or b.r..r" .- O.'Fl ,' ?
I> nil. rot!' 'D< "of aid' n "< I l"I i I. 41 II 3NOTICK i I of l.'
Mrs. Alice :Meta of Fairchild h.'i.-M notified that a the 12th day Nomhcr. I9fil;
1 iiin I I"ii'
will 1 titfc'ii "
> cnnf
rublllll.1, K\cry; II rlany Mnterrd as Second Iowa, and St. Petersburg. Fla. la ThH nuiii', .,us hall( KNd he by,, ..1 TO APPFtn I fi.i 111>h.in.. hi". peen filed ""lh.\\'I. the .11..atl.'n.) of inld By lIty 'I
class Matter at the Pont Office at Starke. Fla. nnif c.i I h week for four con pt.. !. Circuit (....t. llrndforil r..oii"u 'In tn' above l named rotnplnlnt will b<< taken a* confcrn.'
eprndingthe winter with her .. .... .., ....
daughter Mrs. Ownby In! Key- I 1 ..-,,---'-._.. '.'--.1.1-iiIfIl, j..i\ t._-:'. "._' Ji(:;-.::.:::.'::': "" '.'" I
MemberHulwrlpllon i 19 5191J ILon.
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Kennedy

>0 For Six Months r pent daughter the, Madeline weekend, who with Is a nurse theli
KJ.7JS Annually In the hospital at Chattahoochle. "Gold Dollar"
Mm. I'at Fraher and Mrs. Peggy I $ Specials

"r What{ To Do About Our Housing? I week.I'fifer. are on a vUlt to Miami thin .

if\! Starke's housing situation is like Mark Twain's weather Mr. end Mrs. James A. Mc-
talk about it but no- Donald and two children spent the
everybody is ready and willing to ,
weekend with Mri. Sara McDonald
body (at least so far as we can see) is going out of his way .. -

to do anything about it. The Baptist Church had a fish Maxwell House
.i Of course, there have been some individual instances of fry last Friday night at the home i ...,,_w_. "//IIII/IQ/: $/ VacPacNO
new home construction and everyone of these is a more than of T. C. Parker on Keystone Lake.,
i welcome addition to the community, but these have all been There wad. an abundance of freshwater .
built by the owner for his own occupancy and do not have fish caught by some of the
\1 much effect on the ever-increasing demand here for desirable men of the church.
: The card party given last Fridayby
rental property. the Woman's EfrllLOfl
1 Club was a very
t The rate of new home construction here is not even sufficient successful affair. The committee t
.f to take care of the needs of the normal growth-of the report that they cleared over $80,
. I community. With the advent of any activity at all at Camp a very welcome addition to the
Blanding (which now seems definitely assured) it will be treasury. Coffee and cake were .- "
served buffet style from a table
woefully inadequate. laid in the main hall. The rooms r
NOW is the time to be giving thought to
We believe that were beautifully decorated with I
I' i; this problem-not wait until the emergency la upon us and fall flowers and tall candles. i///IIIII__

it is too late to prevent a recurrence of the deplorable I housing Hostesses were Mrs. John Me- Quantity Rights Reserved I Prices Good Thru Sat. Nov. 3 LB. CAN8S
I conditions that existed here during the early days of Dowal, Mr. Lydia Hurley and
Camp Blanding in World War II. Mrs. W. C. McRary.
752 Call St. Starke Fla.
. The Woman's Club held their It ,
the officialsin
''I City official:* have recently requested proper regular meeting on Tuesday, Oct.
Washington to designate Starke as a critical defense area 23 In the club haunt. After the
r so that certain restrictions on new home construction will business meeting Mrs. McDonald
4 not apply here, thus enabling much-needed housing projects reviewed Dr. Slaughter's latest TROPICAL BLUE ROSE .. RINSE NEEDEDTIDE
'. to be instituted. book. "The Road To Blthynla."

II However, the wheels of the Government turn slowly and Tea was served In the lounge by -

I Starke may or may not receive the desired designation. We and the hoBteiwes Mrs O. E., Mrs. W.'L. Reynolds
cannot afford to sit back .and wait in a matter of such vital Speculation is atlll rife about the RICE
l II importance. explosions heard last Saturday I 3 LB. BAG 29C LARGE BOX 2

II It may be that Starkeites will have to step in and lift night. Few, even agree on which
\ themselves by their own bootstraps, so to speak. We have direction they came from. One
done it before, and we can do it again. Thatls the way the man declares he saw a flash of .. ..
i i new factory building was constructed-by home folks, recognizing light from across Lake Geneva
but New Low Price On
nobody aeems to know.
the need and putting .their shoulders to the wheel to Mrs W. W. Klncalcl widow of Van Camp'sSPANISH Donald Duck
I see that the need was fiUed. one of Keystone's earliest settler '
i In the matter'of housing, it may be that our own cltiyen- and mother of Mrs. Ivan Bern. Factory PackSUGAR
I ry may again have to come to the rescue. We believe it wouldbe kopf. died Oct. 2:'. Memorial I
quite possible for fifteen or twenty new houses to be Services will be held In' Niagara RiCE SALAD 'DRESli
Falls on Nov 4. The bjdy wilt be
built here if a group of forward-looking business professional -
laid to rest In Riverside ,
I would suitable tract of land, Cemetery
men come together, buy a River Road, Niagara Falls. .
and each take the responsibility: of financing one or two '
Chtirrh HohrdulcnBantlHt
: houses. Built in a group all with the same contractor, It Church NO. 303 CAN 4Q'AC 5 "*. 45C .PINT JAR
should be possible[ to construct them considerably under the Sunday School 0:49: : a.m. 10 13
4 cost of a single unit under ordinary circumstances.' Services 11:00: a.m. and 7:30 ,

I We believe that even without the prospect of activity at p.m.
such would be sound investment.But Training Union 6:15: : p.m.
Camp Blanding, a project a r
I with matters as they now stand with at least a degree adult Prayer Choir Meeting Wed. 8:30.:Wed.( 7:30: and Stokely's Sliced or Halves

$Ii of reactivation at Blanding assured, it becomes a matter of Young People's Choir Thursdayat : lIES

I necessity as well as expediency. Cuthollo 7:30. Church P4c Yellow:Cling 2

I I Tremendous Issues To Face Voters \. Mass 11:00: a.m. on the tat, 3rd .- No. 2 7-2 Can '
.. .
-, ".. ... and Oth Sundays In' the Woman'sClub
and on the 2nd..and 4th Sundays a .. '
\ ioLe"rfTaft his"hat into ,.
When Senator threw the ring,J at 8:00: a.m. w _
he simply made official what everyone has expected for a Community ('Church Stokely's '
; long time. It is no secret that the Senator had hoped to be Sunday School at 9:45.: "
I made the Republican Presidential nominee on/ previous occasions Services at 11:00: a.m. ORANGE JUICE 46-z. '.171/2C PORK 2 Con
but circumstances of various!' kinds always conspired The Nursery In the basement of & BEANS 141
" against him. the club house will be open for Can
Sunday School and Church Serv-
The Taft organization is recognized being
already as ice. A trained attendant will be
'1 large, efficient, well-financed, and politically astute. It there to take care of small chll Stokely's
I recognizes that there is much strong opposition' to Senator Stokely

I Taft, even within the Republican camp, and everything pos- dren.The subject of next Sunday's 14-0z. Btl. No. 303 ConHAMS
sible is being done to minimize it. Main opposition to him sermon will be "Try God's Waste FANCY CATSUP 19C FRUIT COCKTAIL 1e 2
.> within the GOP is led by Governor Dewey, Duff, and Stassen. Bnflket"' Se. Phllllplans. 3: 714. ,
I The first two are all for Eisenhower, while Stassen, it seems, This Sunday the Christian En-
deavor will meet at 6:30: for ecovered
still has hopes on his own.behalf. -
.1 l dish! supper. Parents and
General Eisenhower remains the great question mark, friends! are Invited, Dr. Farraf
: disappointing his many followers by refusing to take a partisan will give the first of a series of
I stand, or to indicate whether he would accept the nomination success stories. The subject of Small Tenderized
.; of either party. At a recent news conference in Paris this first ono Is "The Dutch Boy
he said that his present position, as head of the Western and, The Singing Tower". :

military alliance, made it impossible for him to show allegiance will The hold Community their regular Church meeting Women on : Sunny/one/ LB. 5 5I

'q to any political party. He also said that regretted Tuesday, Nov. 6. Miss Gertrude ,
, the efforts being made to put his name on the ballot in states Horner will present the chapterIn .
i where it is legal to do so without permission of the person the study book.

" involved. But his boosters still hope that he will come to a Dou't forget to vote Tuesday.The .
''I'' decision and announce himself as available before it Is: too Citizen's: Committee, Interested .
I late. In the meantime, his chances become poorer for lack in the Improvement! of the
: of an effective national organization.A schools will hold an open meeting

' potentially explosive situation is found in the possibility on Wo Sunday.han'. Club.Nov. 4, at 2:30: in the PORK ROAST Corn-Fed SSe T BONE u. s. Comm. '
\ that anti-Truman Southern Democrats may start a"splinter" 1 raln'rJei STEAK fl 7
movement with someone like Senator Byrd or TO APM! H Rib End Loin; Lb.
I Governor Byrnes as its standard bearer. In that case with In FI"rlds rlrvult. IM IW.rt.n..n...tlr..,...
three men in the race, it could be possible, of course!' that no a"'ph. t..n Hturirinn, Ptnlntlff. ,. VM.. .
Mary Katharine. Ptur**tn, r> fi n<1
one candidate would receive a majority and the election "fit. Can No. 1723
would,be thrown into the House of Representatives. 1\1"\ To<.<.. T Mary* .%...Katherine*... Rturir.on PORK CHOPS Center Cut 19c EGGS Grade A Medium ,
But whatever turn events take, and whoever are the candidates who**.,re.ld.nce Caribou.. Main In: One llnrettAviinu LB.
put up by their respective parties, one thing is sure- You arii hereby. notified that a r Shipped DOZ.
in view of world and national conditions and the far-reach. ',milt fiflTKlliHt.for you TMvorr.In the halO mbov.been named filed
ing issues involved, the 1952: election will undoubtedly be Court and c.u.. and you are required .
to .erv. a cnpv of yon n.wer
one with drama and excitment enough to satisfy even the ,. or pleadtnflra to the complaint Hickory Sweet
most hardboiled politician. BACON 49c BUTTER Land O'Sunshine 7
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I Visited with Dan Starling for ADDRESSESOF Midget' Pencil" Sharpeners. Ideal I fed by you rlneta of the county, the following NOTICE TO "prEAt 1151. .
awhile Friday afternoon at his Thla notice shall b. published clerk and Inapectora are appointed. JM Clrevlt Co.i,. HmSferil ('....7.KlnrldBl (OFFICIAL Clerk.! of the Clroult Court.toy .
place on the road from Lawtey to INTEREST for home UAI' Only $1.83. Bradford once rat h wk for four. conxrutlv Election Precinct No. I-I.a"t.y. I" Ck*.rerr.Jatnv Myrtle T. Deavar. Deputy Cleric
I week. In the Bradford County T.I.-l Troy Bennett, Clerk. Derby\ Qa.- Grover McDaniel.., Plaintiff '
4t 11
Ir the State Farm. Should you be out Mrs. J. H. McCormack. 1837 County Telegraph.OTICR graph.D"I.d, kln, Shlpman Sapp 1!. (". Harley va Mary Katherine Mfl>anll, Defendant tolls |
r that way, you can hardly miss his Thelrna this 10th day of October, Election Precinct No. t-N. Starke., Can No tit I
St., Jacksonville Fla. 1111. Fat Brown. Clerk, Aubrev\ Moore, \*.tlre To Appear.To N4trlCH TO APPHAIt.
place for it's on the left aide of, Mrs. Vera Allen Box 3313 Orlando OFFICIAL, SEAL: ) A.I. Thomas T. S. William. Nat William Marv Katharine McPanlel.whoa !. Circuit C....... Bmdfortt Co..' ,
1 the road going to the State Farm. Fin % TO APPEAR Clerk of the. Circuit Court Rlectlon Precinct No. S-H. Stark, .* ....hlllnn.1 addreaa. .laOoneral Kl.rl.ail la ( ........,..
from Lawtey, has In rlrmlt ('.....*. Itr*..avr, Deputy Cl">rk. R F nemorept, Clerk. P. 1. bridges Delivery. rare riiaoe" Redden Andrew Tokoch (Also Known As
a white frame Mrs. Joe B n. Jones. D Croahv West Vlrglnln. Takoch and Andrew Ta-
Thrasher, 744 Main Florid i !. ......,. 1011| U 1111 A. lllnton Andrew
"'" house on It with a green roof and St., Daytona Beach Loot V.n Nontrun, Plaintiff, v.. Election Precinct No. 4-. Irnhnm.neorgro You are hereby notified that a herb, Plaintiff VM Maria. SlmaTokoch r
la almost Fla. I'ercy A. Van Neutron D.t.nd.nt. Rivera. Clerk John McKlnnnv. atilt. for Dlxorre h.... been filed Defenditnt. Case No I74SNotice
"1 completely surrounded by Mrs. Rosalie Fader, Rt. 1, Arcadia Can No Ino XOTICR OF Rt-KCTIO'l Berry T>val John Surrenov iiH"ln>t you In the ahuve named. I T> "._..
1J pasture. Mich. Nn Ore To Apimir.Tn The Pnard nf Public. instructIon RI."tp""ln"t/ No. a--Hump- Court and cause and you are r.. To: !Maria Mima Tokoch, whoa
J : prcx A. Van XoKtran whoa of Ftradfnrd f"11untv. Florida' hereby ton L. 3. Wynn, (Clerk K nVnt- quired. to serve a copy of your an- residence. and address U: Ency
,I i I Mable Mrrsereau, 12608 Yancy rn(<1nr. In: Unknown.You calls and Lives notice of a Special teraon. Mra. M. C. Snvenev, John or pleading to. the Aliaumesrye, Hungary.
t Drive. Green Bayon, Houston 18 are hereby notified. that a Election to b.. held on Tiieailav, BlackmonRlKctlon. on the Plaintiff Attorney "n1plaln'l You arc hereby notified that a
Texas. suit for Plvoroa and restoration of November I, "51. 'In Special Tax / Precinct No. Thereaaa, tJindrmn. Htarke Florida t' ault for Divorce has been fliedagainst
maiden nam nan been filed airalnntyou School District Number I of Bradford VI' s "I hi",.. Leonard Van In th. above named Court and County, Florida, the boundarl *. .T P. Dickinson, hire C H of the Circuit I Court on or bOo 'I Court and cause and you are requlr
I Epps, Rt. 2, Box cau. and you arw raqulrod to cave of the said ,Special Tax" School r>latrlct Cochrane.Vllectlon. ore the inth day of November, 161 ; .d to aerv a copy of your answer
Bradford County 23, Yankton So. Dakota. i a copy of your gnawer or pleading Number I belnir coextensive Precinct "':". T-Xew otherwise the allegations of aald or pleading to the complaint on the ,,
j Pfc. to the complaint on the Plaintiff. .... with the houndarlea of the county River M r.. Johns. Clerk Reddish. Complaint will b. taken .* con Plalntlffa Attorney T. Frank. Ijin-
Holcomb Kerns Richard D. May AFU26"1 Attorneys Roth..t..ln A Warren, IAS aa prescribed by Suction 830 M, Andrewa Frank T"mllnllQlJay I. freed by you drum Stark, Florid and file the
2168 Hq. Sqn. 27SO Smith Bnll.lliig. Jarkiionvllla, Florida Florida Statntea, 141, aa. amended Moody This' notice shall b* published original In the office of the Cleric
Jibe strawberry grower. r Wright and tae. the rfirlvlnal. In the ..,. hr Chapter J17SH, Laws of Florida, Election Precinct No' .-R..h.r. one each week for four consecutive of the Circuit. Court on or before. {
I! this fall! Patterson Field, AFB, flee of the Clerk of the Circuit 147.! Said election to b* held. at 1.. .7. (naud) Crews Clerk "1, W. weeks In the Bradford County Tele-' the 11th day of November. 161 ;
KIl through 4M + Dayton, Ohio Court on or before th.. Itth day of the usual polllna place In each vol.Ina Kelly, Howard Don.R lag. K T.Stewart. ..Dated. otherwise the allegations of aald
ill of them had to wait Mrs. November, Iftftl; otherwise th. all. : precinct In said county: for thepurpose this Ulh day of October, Complaint will b* taken as confessed .
ICI Annie Laura Harrison of of The Poard of Publlr- Instruction leer. by you.
of the al- Rallona laid Complaint will betaken electlnar three truateoafor
tale i because 1621 Fuller St., N. W Washington,. aa confessed. by you. all the. public schools. within the. Bradford County, Florida (OFFICIAL MAL) A. J. ThomasClerk Thl notice shall h. published
.j lack of rain most bof D. C. Thla notice shall h.i publlnhed houndarlea of Special Tax" School loll| Bt till nf the Circuit Court one, **ch wek for four consecutive
.< had to plant twice 1 one earn week fop four e..nll"\ltI" District No. 1. Kach of the three By Myrtle T. Denver Deputy Clerk4t week, 'In the Bradford County T"U-
:: ,, Wm. A. McCall/ 623 A Weeks 'In the Bradford County Tel- trustees. shall be *l"rted by the NOTICE TnIn APPEAR JOin ills Sraph.
t lie lack of rain after Street .raph.Patid. qualified elector of said county, rtrcult C...r.. Rrailforel CoeKlorldai ..,. Mated this llth day of October111 ,-
,. .L were In the ground and v yy N. E., Apt. 2, Washington. D. C. this 41''lh dsyof 0"10111111.. but not more than one trustee Shan la c......... NOTICE TO APPRAR
t some klnda 1 Geo. L Anderson change from (OFFICIAT. REAL) A. J. Thnman.Cl coma trom any one residence die.trict Florence Horns, "h'' nllt'. va Wlllla !. rlrmlt Cart. Itradfera) Ceeetr.rierlil (OFFICIAL SRAI.) A.I. Thomas, 1b
scourge Parnell Clerk of the Circuit Court
Cooper s, defendant
\ Jaw rk of the Circuit I Court. for which, a County Board Rurtu .
Ininn. cornea along to take Lake' Butler to 2,06 Forrest Ave., By Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clrrk10tl : i member I. provided. by law. The C... No. 7J1Nefle .! In Cbaneery.Ralph I By Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk. I
B Savannah, Ga. | it 11)1) persons qualified to hold such of. T. Aatfieav.Toi 1.. Ada I".. Plalntlft v*. IenaMa 10l| 4t 111\* X19
'[. .tof! lifeI flee and who ""fll". the greateetnumber Wlllla Parnell\ Cooper Burns, AdAtn, I -
: Lt. Barney McRae 118 Port.. Bn, of votea cast for electionof whoa* residence la: Unknown DefendantCan. No. (73 In Clrralt Carl Braj.for4 Ceeaty.PUH4e .
. ., about the worm 1 11th Port Co. Fort NOTICE! TO APPEAR; trustees, auhject" the limitation Ton are nerehy notified that a KIM Ice Ta A........ IK C'...,..,?.
'i. I!wring Eustls Va. ... .. ault for Divorce' has bean filed.
; Im Clrrvlt r .. B dfrd Cva \ fnil W Lonzy> Norman'ssee Mrs 0. L. Lambert. Rt. 1, Fl.."' .' !. .....,,. for fhe eniilns two years a. trua.tee against you 'In 4h. abov named. dence 1.1 Woodland Drive, Helton, .. Gary Rnaor, Dfndant.
i how much damage Lillian Miller. Gorman, Plaintiff, vs. for Bald school district The Court and eaua and you are reaulred South Carolina.Ton Case No.' lUll
his plants and Bandy. Va. Thomas Gorman, Defendant mlllasr for the enaulnablennlum to serve at copy of your anawer are hereby notified that a Order. Of P. llce.l... Am* Notice TAtmrmr. _
t done to N. D. Cue No. ITS for Bald Special Tax School Din. or Pleading' to the complaint suit for Divorce haG been filed elate Of Florida Tot
sed to learn that the Wainwright Jr., Box 1'1'' .". T. ..._. trtct Number t shall also. be votedon oo the Plaintiff Attorneya, EvenT : against. you In the above named Jesse nary: Rnaor. whose residence
affected him 384M Hallandale Fla. To: Thomaa Gorman whoa. real and determined. at the same time, Evans and :Neal: D Rvana Jr.. Court and cause and; you. are r.. and address 11. Holt Indian Lane
:her has dance and add-.... la: 157 Fit Slat .. prescribed by law The County 10,1 Law Rxchanse Building;, Jack.convllle -. I njulrd to serve a copy of your an. College. Park, Md. .i,
_J have the worms.Simian Wayne Edwards. Montverd. Street Krooklyn New Tork. Board..of Publfo instruction In accordance Florida, and file the original aver or pleading to the oomplalnt You are required tn on November
said 1 he had been -_. ..-....-. ..._....... rwA. School, Montverde Fla. You are hereby notified that a with the provtalona of In the office, of the Clerk of the on the Plaintiff's. ,Attorneya Evan 15. 1551 l. In the above; namedCourt
suit for Dlvorc and custody and Section! tin.ta It Circuit' Court on or before the tth Neal tot ,
( ) Tl worms almost Vincent Ferrara 6481 S. W. control of minor child has bn flied day of November, 1051 : otherwise .P.i.l'-'J.. ; .
with the The Owner's Pet. Laws. 1944, has determined I.MW Exchange: ; okon> .....k. dl."" ". Bradford County
dart and that he be- 20th St., Miami Fla. acalnat you In tile above. named that the minimum mIn.... assessment the allegation. of cold Complaintwill villa, Florida and file the original Telegraph shall pnbll.h thla Order
Court and cause and you ar* required for the. ensuing biennium for he taken a* confessed hv 'von tn th. offlc of the Clerk of the Circuit In next four weekly. laauea.Wltnoo .
?. were In the plants Mrs. John S. Thornton change to pews a copy of your an- the aupport and maintenance. of This' notice "hall h* published I Court on or before the tth day my hand and official i
ABrit/ bought them. How- In this pasture Is a herd of registered from Maryland to Rt. 1, Starke.S. ever the or Plaintiff pleading to the complainton T. Prank all. -the public achoola within the.aid once. weeks each. week In th.for Bradford four consecu.tiy. County* of November, 151 otherwise the al.leaatlona seal. at Starke., Florida l this OctoberlOFFIClAtj -
black district' to bt : of said Complaint will betaken t, 11151.
well cattle .
|now has them fairly angus which Sgt. Doyle E.. Crews AF 14 L-andrum, Stark, Florida and fll* District. No. I Current School T..1..h.1f1r aa confessed by you. SEae.l A. J. Thomas.
SaOol with a dust of five we believe will tun second to'none the original In the office of_ the Fund S Mill. ,aled. this Itth day of October, Thla notice shall. be publlahedionoe A a Clerk ef said Court
cent In the county. All of the heifersare 266446 6969th AFSS Box 239, Clark of the Circuit Court on or b*. District No 1 nnlldlns A Bus R*. each week for four eonaacntlv PMvtle T '0...".... Deputy Clerk
DDT and five per Neb. Hall Ft. Meyer, Arlington! for the Itth day of November .err. Fund I Mill. it seems that these young too having been bought 8, Va. 1951,: otherwise th. allegations of Fnr ,the purpoH of hnldtnar. said Ry Clerk: of. tha Circuit Court. graph Mulldlnsr Jackacnvlll. .
Knit until the young buds only two years ago and only one aid Complaint will b* taken as con.election 'In each of the votlnapra/ < Myrtle- T. Denver,101 rwputv! $ 4t Clerk lute Dated thl Hth day of October, Flort'| in*

I t and then Jump on them or two have had a second calf.

aIIl11e 1 way down Into then But. the bull as usual Is the appleof
its owner's eye.

? Norman said that they Thisfrbull! he now owns is Justa

plagued with the worms little over a year old and Is the
drat planting," too, but by grandson of Highland's MIckey,

[luting on the second set- termed by many as the greatest

plant were given a much bull In the Southeast. He must Don't Miss Our

jut and showed It. They really be sumpln' because his

bad four acres set when owner paid $10,000 for him vrlgtn- 4 4i

began working on themed ally.Dan :
the whole crop. said he bought a heifer that \

I 'I have six acres out, bad been bred to the bull and

lIKy're dusting once aid raised this bull calf from the very \ : f

the plants look a bun beginning. After he learned Just .

i cent better. how good the bull was and from

Carter had the same what stock he had come he just

Ii" Ids plants were almost sold his old bull and kept the g

destroyed and had to be young one. "After an" Ire said

i. Now by using this dust "the only cow In my herd that's

he'. keeping" the worms related to the calf is his mother / /i

nil under control andtkc and he should really: 'sire some i d. chit

a crop yet He said calves" o
nwers had tried cotton Incidentally before we left. Dan .\ 1

n the worms first became showed us the new Boil Conservation 1'it

M that they seemed to Service's pasture chopper

s it as well as anything which was just bought and deliver.

tfttr gays It takes about ed last week. He's the first man
eft to dust his 40.000 In the county to -get a chance ''at agVj ; s bq! $AMIl/IIN

ce a week and with dust it and he's really proud of the re- ,A11t19 tfS
salts.' His hasn't been ci: ..
J 111 per 100, expenses pasture NOIM
!, Ie fairly high. chopped or opened'up at'all 'since S +ti.w ,ty ,(.

a e he planted It five yean ago so he's -. -
just '"opening it up" a little with
[ know
"n that there are
this hopper
I I ;en, here In the county.
While It's still open h* plans to
building a concrete blockby ;
cast nls rye grass and give it a r
themselves? It was
chalice to really get a toe hold. I
., r lie to believe until we >
Anyone interested in renting this 1
I up on It and found that CONTESTS (
chopper Is requested to get in
fly are. touch with "George Brown in the
u Holder and her two 1
Soil Conservation Office over Set. ,
i are building the home
cer's'store.HAMPTON: ,
I i on that graded road that

nllel and about one-fourth

Jth of the new Blanding 1 ;

As you're driving east

see the house about 75 By Mrs. M. C. SweeneyThe
1 I 'loin the road
on the left
Rev. Alton Dobbs of Starke N
Holder avid. that she had was 'the speaker at both Baptist 7 '

number of houses In'her wrvicea' on 'Sunday, while the %

I this Is the first concrete ?&Stor,Rev.'H C.. Gray. Jr., filled 3
">e she has ever put up an appointment at the Springfield REMEMBER
Item t
teems klnda' sketchy. Baptist Church in Jacksonville.Fred I ,
because one of the daugh-
"Whldden. of the Merchant
l" l we were out there Marine, returned to his home here Come in and see our new, modern'store .a

and ran us off on about Thursday, end Is now currently

"* question). employed In ;JaCksonville. Yes, we're going ,to make the grand opening of our new,

1.1* of they the have house put and up areg ale. gins Recent were guest'her! cousin of Mrs., Miss H. B. Essie Wig- modern farm supply store a gala occasion.- Don't miss it !

now on money with Hodges, and :"Mrs. Pearl-Rhoden We'll have contests' prizes entertainment for all. -c.

buy the roofing and floor both of lakeland.Mr. Remember the1 date for fun and tee; how'. -.'
/'re "living\ In It..' They and "Mrs. Henry Johnson come prepared

an.1I I lean-to built against Gordon and '
and two children serve"you.
our new store can
!*!Ie walls and the're living Caroline with Mrs. Johnson's sister = SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

untO the house Is complet- Janle Roach! ; all of Chardon

f the floor of this lean-to Ohio nave 'recently moved to CONTESTS DOORS'OPEN AT 8:00 AM.

sign which say in effect, Hampton. Mr. Johnson is a
I to anyone caught fooling nephew of'MLas 'Maggie Johnson I Don't mix the fun b* sure till SOO: P.M.

'these! premises; This In- and D. W. ,Johnson of this city. to enter our muiy-to-wln contents 8f for, Door Prize .Ste our New

''''rtn and sheriffs." Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyers of (- the young (and; not so young) 'S \ I IN PERSON !,

N looked over their small Long Island N. T. .and Mrs. T. E. will all enjoy. Here's just a few 2:00 ..'..-.Content: and A ar" *.

l 1fe noticed another sign Duncan of Gainesville were 'visitors o e .' Flying Circus Crack Music/ By TOBY DOWDY and the High

p w a tree which served here last week. a Eating Burnt the Balloon > TOBY DOWDY Pointer*

P notice!. Then as we asked Mrs. Minnie Johns and grandson Present Hravleat .
lea Hog Calling Tallest Man 2:30: .A'. Contest and Award
[ they thought theirPJW Richard left Friday for an
and Many and his
Frenent Hu banil Calling, More Mualc.
be finished, we receive extended visit In Jacksonville with bjr and the

n I notice In no' uncertain Mr. and Mrs.: L. CL Johns and Other HIGH POINTERS High Pointer,

.* 'to<> Just how last we had family. *8SO P.M.: till 5:00 .'.!if. SFlorida's
I 1'1 out of Eldon Hardy and little PRIZES ) .
there For that Mrs. I Lot More ContmU and Mnnle.
sere Is no picture of thee daughter Jane of Starke spent Most! Popular From Station WRUF 5:00

i of the three ladles who Friday with her sistr-1n-4awi There'll be many worthwhile prlie we know Gainesville: Florida, will be here In person to Play the : PJU. GRAND PRIZES.

DI it. Douglas Hardy. you'll Uk. to have zo be sure to enter a* kind of Music you enjoy, from IMKUt PRIZES IV flora and Register,
for throe PR I EM.
many a* you can .
--- Prize to the oldest married couple (cotnWnrd 2:00: PM TILL 5:00: PM

SERVIATiON FARMINGBy age) a Persons with the moat children -
IS that will be w Here are some of the prize ALUMINUM

George.. Brown, Conservationist l Today "V Grand Prizes.FOUR OVEN COOKING; SET ( l

Gold Fish Checkerboard AND A SURPRISE PRIZE M
r for and fertilizer -
conservation farm- The cultl-packer
Pucketknlve* BicycleDick
.Iy but steadily making distributor have been deliveredand and many other for| Be Sure to for these i
tare in the Bradford Soil are available for use by district the"grown ; Register Prizes
For t .'!.
the !
o District. Since my cooperatorj on a rental basis. ; r
L here In November of The grain drill and pasture chop folks: Frying SIze
'. AS 1.0.NH AS ...ART-ChekerlM ...|
e District baa received per have not been delivered to the nit Purina Fly TIIE.Y( >

tlona for assistance In district yet.Eust&ee. Spray:; Checkerboard SPECIAL GIFTS Penile to eat.h adult that registers, FltRB J epft Y
for River BALLOONS ton children under It ''aI. +
conservation farming. Kelly of New Halve Dazy Wall Type. r

two land-capability maiM used the cultl-packrr recentlyto Can Opener. swcompanlnl: by their. parents.
Prepared for planning -
plant IS acre of Pensacola!

l 11'1I11'118.mmore farms. Haas were SCS map-soil Bahto grass and F. J. Shaw and

11114 past week. Conser- D. C. Edwards have used thefertlHxer

was at' the have fsnn been to date.developed farms recently.distributor 'on their. Sistrunk Feed & Seed StoreE.

'District, Board *f Super Farmer or cattlemen of Brad- I

ode, the dlrecUra of V.Alrman. ford County, who are interested

a. have In making theirs a conservationfarm Call and Water Su. Starke, Florida Telephone '39
II IU'paek.r, a fen or ranch may find ma In my

r,&.tributor. a grain drill office at 119 E. Call St. next to

a """ I .
"se tty made available i mornings for cure, and at various .
time during the week. < I



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:: ;0 : V, r Featured Lovely, Fall, ;Weddings-s 1 For Farewell Mrs. Chas.Party OakesMrs. Given With WSCS Mrs 4 of Circle the HunterCircle Methodist Meets Church Schedule Methodist Meeting Circles----=I

i Charles Oakes was pleasantly ot the
held their regular monthly meeting win Mpthtdk
surprised at a handkerchief hold their
of last week r'tJar: :
Thursday evening at
farewell meeting
shower and party next
r week,
home of Mr.
o'clock at the
:) given In her honor Tuesday even- 7:30: Circle 1, Mrs. L. A Da\l'

Ing at her home on N. Walnut Carl Hunter. will meet In the home '

Gladys Monty street. The Oakes family plan to The program was taken from the H. Smith on Tuesday 'It
) Ho
Phone 35 move this weekend to Richmond, Methodist Women's magazine and 10 a.m. with Mr, W
Va. Hostesses for the affair were was followed by a short business cohostess G

-. sat e+Y meeting and devotion. Circle 2, Mrs.
H M.
" MiSS i if. I After the meeting a surprise leader, will meet In the
Marries Inman Green edu
Stringfellow : e After Mrs Oakes was presented stork shower was given honoring building on Monday at 3

Thursday In Baptist Candlelight Ceremony I with a shower of beautiful handkerchiefs Mr. W. W. Calnca. Hostesses Mrs. Olin White Sr. and M.p

I from the twenty guest, were Mrs. Hunter and Mrs Mike Struth as hostesses

1 Miss Melba Strlngfellow, daughter hall. Placed at points of interest games were played and prizes Shepherd, and the guests Included Circle 3, Mrs. A. Z. AdkJ

I of Mr. and Mra. W. d. String- were tall baskets of white gladioli were won by Mrs. A. B, Baker, members of the circle and other *r. will meet with Mr.. 1.

J'; fellow of the State Farm, became and. pompoms, Intersperced with Mrs. diaries Hardy, :Mrs.!\ Gene, friends who dropped in after the to and Mrs. Shellle Hall .

\ the bride of Inman Green, son of greenery.The .- s, Frcnzte and Mrs. M. M. ShepherdA circle meeting. home on Monday at 3 Pm.,

Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green, of bride's table, overlaid with ,<{. : delicious strawberry7 shortcake Games were played and Mrs. Circle 4, Mrs. Olin. Whl|,,
Btarke In, a lovely wedding cere- an imported cutwork cloth, wa tar df .'," leader, will meet at
I t '''' I course was served during the Mildred Dankel was prize winner. the i h
embossed three ,7r; Mrs. Leo
mony' performed on Thursday centered with an ; Champion
evening.The T
evening, Oct. 23, /In the First Bap- tiered wedding cake set on a large r ,In : ta The refreshment table was attractively evening. Nov. 15 at 7'30 ,
tint Church The Rev. L. D. reflector decorated with pompoms hostesses presented Mrs. centered with a pink P

; Haines, officiated at the 7 o'clock Flanking the cake were lighted ." Oakes with a bon bon dish as a flamingo with a diaper in Us mouth baby bonnets filled with In.,
I' ceremony. white taper. placed In silver can t1 farewell/ gift and remembraDce.ot with a baby doll In the diaper, Mrs. Calnes was preRent

delabra. Small individual cakes the occasion. and surrounded with crepe paper many lovely and useful
1i Prior to the reading of the mar gifl
Ii were served on silver tray. and< .. the assembled guests
;, rlage vows, a program of nuptial silver held nuts and '. ." '1t w________________________--
I music wan rendered bysMlM Julia compotes "
>!! t Lawson. Mills June Patel sang mints. 'f' f

"Oh, Promise Me". The traditional Receiving the guests at the door ( ,

I t wedding marches were used were Mri. Junlus Smith and MrsH. l .' ..,

y 4n the service. p. Brown. Mrs. J. W, Brown. ;... 1; 1I1e"f lln'l1a\\
1\ and Tall small baskets white of pompom white gladioli were bridal lee Introduced party- In the the guests receiving to line.the I'

The two punch tables overlaid MR. AND MRS. INMAN GREEN ho ,
fo used to advantage in decorating : *" marriage MR AND MRS II. T MARKH.M who were
were centered
I with linen cloths was an event of !tart week In the
the sanctuary, with native green- Baptist First mar-I
, bowl entwined ried recently In the Baptist Church, La"
with a crystal punch .
I cry and palm. placed throughout Church Starke.,
t the church. Lighted white taper with fern and white pompome.

In branched candelabra, entwined Presiding at the punch bowls were Miss Becomes Wife Schaeffer Children
Starling Of Mr. MarkhamIn
Mrs. Robert Green, Mr. DOD Page,I is in
with lacy fern, cast a soft glow at
,I over the setting Mrs.ty Young.Vernon, Silcox and Mr.*. Mar Lovely Lawtey Baptist Church CeremonyMiss Honored With Party your

: The bride was given In marriageby book Alene On Their BirthdaysDavid
Keeping the bride's were Starling became the orange blonaoms made of seed
i her father and had as matron Mrs. Robert Barkley of Jacksonville bride of H. T. Markham In a lovely pearls. She carried a prayer' book ,
of honor her sister, Mrs. and Mary Ann Schaeffet r
i George aunt of the bride, and Mrs. church wedding In the First Bap- topped with a purple orchid with
" Manaisa. of Green Cove Springs.The were host and hostess at a Hallowe'en .
Wllllard Pass of Tallahassee sister list Church, Lawtey on Friday satin streamers flecked with tiny A &. P's Fall Fruits and Vegetables flavorfj
.I I honor attendant chose ai of the groom. Mra. W, B. evening Sept. 28, at 8:30 o'clock carnations.The birthday party last Fridaythe are

'I i: lovely gown of Ice blue nylon tulle Mundy and Mra. K. W. Parka, Rev, J. D. Robinson, pastor of the bride's mother chose a dark occasion being David' fifth\ plentiful and economical. .Rushed here harvest co r .

over pale bule satin with a matching aunt of the bride, cut the bride's church officiated at the double suit with black accessories, and birthday The and Mary Ann' seventh they're among today's. top food buys.
headpiece of tulle and satin. cake. Other. assisting In servingand ring ceremony.The Mrs. Markham wore navy with guest arrived in colorful 4
I She carried an old fashioned bou- caring for the guests were bride 1* the only daughter white accessories, they both wore costumes and the' traditional Hal.lowe'en
I -lIuet of bronze chrysantemuma. of Mr. and Mrs. D. W of games were played. After
Mrs J M. Brownlee; Mrs. J. W. Starling pink corsages. the o'f Fancy Red TokayGRAPES.
I L. D. Green served .. best man Wilson, Mrs. Herbert Green. Mr. Lawtey. She graduated from Herschel Markham brother 'of opening presents, the young

for his son. Ushers were two J. R... Chaateen, Jr., Mra. E.!::,. U Bradford High school In the class the groom, served as best man guests were served "refreshments

cousins of the ,groom Herbert Matthews, Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. H. of 1948, entering Nurses Training and groomsmen were Jack Wainwright honor Enjoying this occasion with the. 26sCorner 1 9 9I
\ Green and Robert Green. M. Rlcharde, Mrs. Robert Turner, School! at Riverside Hospital In of Lawtey and Paul Mallardof Case guests were Nancy and Charlie .
Ruthle and KAlle .
A beautiful! gown of sllppet Mrs.. Leslie Shepherd. and Mr*. acksonvllle that fall and graduated I Gainesville.The Green
I Louise
satin was chosen by; the bride for Charles Meyers. from there last spring; flower girl, Vonda Gale Linda Mary and David Haines .

her wedding. The dress featured After spending'some time with The bridegroom Is the son' of Starling, was very pretty in a formal Wasdln. Glenda UnderhillNora I Cu'lom rs' -'
Schaeffer : York Fine 'I
1 a tight' fitting basque with an their guest, the+ couple left for a Mr. and Mr*. D. R. Markham of flowing pink organdy, and Randy Chisom, CookingAPPLES
Illusion 'yoke edged with a ruffle wedding trip to the southern part of Gainesville where he grew her brother, Wnldon.. who was ring Fowler, and Rlckle Williams. \ I

-of Chantilly lace, with a court of the state, at which time the bride up and received his education from bearer wore a white suit. They Out of town* guests were ( t\\ It.. bag

: train. The fingertip veil of sheerest traveled In a navy blue gabardinesuit the schools of that city. were niece and .nephew of the Barbara, Kitty, and Gregory '"Freedom of choice""u"v. 5 39

Illusion was held In place by a with a pink blouse, complimented Given In marriage by her father, bride.. Shryock of Ocala cousins of the

. .'' Juliette cap appllqued with seed with blue accessories. ,She the bride had as maid 'of honor Miss Mary Julia Futch, pianist, Schaeffer children. important when you shop
1 p arl.. Her bridal bouquet was a wore an orchid corsage. Miss Ruth Duval of Tallahassee. played the traditional wedding Mr*. Schaeffer was assisted In o-1 well as when you vote.

J shower of tube roses centered The young couple will make their Brldemakls were Miss Bobby marches, and served as accompanlst caring for the guests by Mrs. r I At AP we have always Florida Medium Site 64'sGRAPEFRUIT r
I 'with a light lavender orchid.-) The home In the duplex apartment of toyett* of Jacksonville and Miss 1 I for Miss Dorothy Ann Llllle Mae William. / I been devoted to the democratic -

.bride's only ornament was a string\ the tk D. Greens upon their. return Earlene Phillips of Gainesville. Robinson who sang "Come to Me" idea that our custom -

, j of pearls, a gift'from the groom, from their wedding trip. Miss Phillip Is a cousin of the and "I Love You Truly". U.D.C. To Meet |jets should be free to buy 4'25

; Mrs. Strlngfellow was attired In Out-of-town wedding guests Included groom. The' 'attendant chose Followng the ceremony a Deception what food they want in the

,\ a becoming dress of black crepe : Mrs. C. D. William., Mrs. inkle length gown of rich colored was given in the church "The 'w T\ Week's Chapter f t quantity they want,without

''I with a shoulder:! corsage of 'pink:: J. f. Hunt, Mr*. B.*, J. Clark, all !, affetta. In yellow for the maid of anne* with Mrs L. ,H. Putch"cutting u. D. C. will hold their regular any pressure from us. k
carnations.. of Tampa Mr. and .Mrs. -Wlllard honor and fall green for tbe bridesmaid the cake and Mrs. Edwin Starling monthly and h .. ..
Mrs. L./'D. Green gowned Pan '' Alt meeting ..Installation We strive always to stock .
r was and Son, Gene, of Tallahassee. carried garland bouquet serving punch. They were Fresh .
r StringleM
I 'in'' lavender trimmed with of..officers next Wednesday afternoon f our stores with 'a wide t., ,
of bronze
crepe Mr and Mrs. K. W. Park of Fort daisy mums with : assisted \by Mrs. A.. C. Peal: ad e
'. .silver i sequins with a corsage. of Lauderdale;'Mr, and Mrs. Charles matching. arrangement In their. I Mrs. Joyce Futch. Miss Isabel af r.II:30: o'clockat the home choice of good foods that + "

yellow, rose buds.Following Meyers and Mr. and TMr. Robert hair.The Battell and Mis charlotte! Helter of Mr. W. F Godwin and Mrs 'constitute good values. Then: BEANS 1 2' 25

I I the ceremony, a reception Barkley of Jacksonville and Mr. bride wan gowned In Ivory kept the bride's book. W, J. Chandler. v we'leave it up to our cus

,, w.i held honoring' the and Mrs George Manassa of Green face and. satin, the gown being de- After some time spent with the tomers to take their pick.

': couple In the Baptist recreation Cove Springs. signed with a sculptured bodice of guests, the couple left for a wedding .. ............. tAAAAAAA, ,p. If there', anything'we f
Chantllly lace with long pointed trip to Miami and Key West. -,' can do to give better

Mr. And Mrs. Green Miss Frances leevea. The voluminous satin Mr. and Mrs. Markham are now Enjoy Our Convenient "freedom of fioiee"you at
Colley skirt terminated in a full Cathedral residing In Gainesville where Mr your ORANGE: 5lbbag 29
AP please let '
Are Honored With Honored With Series train. Her four-tiered illusion Markham Is employed with the Please, us know. .

veil was secured with a coronet of electric department of the city. Lay Away Plan write: .
Rehearsal Dinner Of -
Lovely PartiesMany I CUSTOMER RELATIONS' .

,: Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green were' Two Children Feted 1 1 ,t*. DEPT.
delightful Jr. Woman's Club Large SelectionTo
j I honored Wednesday evening, Oct. b.efalven In the past parties week have for With One Party > 'A&P Food Stores
LEMONS 6for 19
. :, 2C, at lovely buffet dinner party Miss Frances.. Col ley, popular On Second To Address TB Seals Choose From I lUG Lexlagtoa Ave, / ,J

given by Mrs. Green's parents, bride-elect, whose marriage t BirthdaysMrs. Monday EveningMembers V'0.- .'*, New'York 17. N. Y. ...
Mr.- and Mrs. W. G. Strlngfellow James T. .
Stewart was an '
event of W. J.i StudstUl of Starke
I at their home at State Farm The last evening.The of the Junior Woman'
and Mrs. George Barthlow of Mid- *
", party was given following the wedding lovely home of Mrs. S. L. dleburg entertained alt a Joint Club will meet Monday evening at BACON SUNNYFIELD SUPER RIGHT
rehearsal of the honored Peek Sr. on N. Church street was party Saturday afternoon at the the club house for their regular I 59F

t couple, who were married Thurs the scene of a tea Thursday after home of the latter for their daughters monthly meeting and annual dinner Canterbury'Bulova LB.

day evening In the First Baptist noon. Oct. 25, from 3:30: until 5:30: Cheryl StudstUl and hercou.ln at 8 o'clock."
'I Church. o'clock.for Miss CoUey. Hostesseswere The evening will be taken 'ur. ,.
Julia Barthlow who were MEAT SKINLESS
I The buffet dinner table;covered H. Mr.. C. A. barbyMrs. W. celebrating their second birthday with the addressing. of TB Chrt) t- and Elgin FRANKS F ORANGE
Smith BRANDt 59
with a lace cloth, was graced with Mrs U a, Powell and mss Seals.
anniversaries. WATCHESProfessional
artistic of roses,, Mrs Peek. '' ..
an bouquet pink The house was attractively decorated Mrs. W. ,. Coram chairman, of .JUb.CeoHEADLESS "
arranged In a low bowl and flanked Attractive arrangements of yellow -
for the occasion; with| bou the meeting, will have as hostessesMrs 1 ModelsFOR
I by, burning, pink tapers in silver chrysanthemums were placed .' .
: Wm. ,SerugglMr.
.* iets'of'red rosis.Thelace over GREEN '
l: Mint of Interest q ; -
i. balder. the lower floor, Including throughout fan ed refreshment table was centered Silcox, Miss Lillian Stump .Mrs. DOCTORS SHRIMP .. 26 TO 35 COUNT 59
.t'Asalntlng' the host and hostess a AND
shaped with a delicious birthday cakJ iced D. L. Thomas, 'Ira.. Eugene Long NURSES
j In,Bearing. ." for their guest !I.... pottery arrangement bowl gracing In te a. mantel yellow In pink and blue holding two!pink Mrs. J. R. Chasteen, Jr., Mrs Al Large Size LB. : .
Mr- Junlus Smith Mrs. K. W.
'I In the living candle.. f JGame K. Carlisle Mrs. A. E, Futch andMrs.
Parks, Mrs. Joe Wilson, Mr. H. C. hall room. la the front were H. H. Adams. DRESSED AND DRAWN .
I was a lovely arranger of played by.tee 13 tf '
I, :Crow' *,' and Mrs Leslie Shepherd caladium leaves with yellow cala- youngsters during the afternoon Members are urged to bring : FRYERS ; GRADE A (WHOLE) 9
Enjoying!: : the affair with Mr. dlum to for Christmas cardsWSCS HamiltonENDORSED ?
In a square yellow md prises were awarded to the money pay Elgin and
and. :Mrs.i- Green and their ,hosts pottery bowl. winners.On .' _
were 'members of the wedding The tea war Observes .
table was overlaid with Sunday little Cheryl also ; RAJAH
palm a beautiful hand made linen honored at another birthday
em joint Week Of
broidered cloth and centered with party with her father, W. J. Stud. Railroad Watches

Winsome lass Enjoys an artistic yellow arrangement of still, sharing the honors, at the 1 WSCS of the '"Methodlit SALAD DRESSING" 25C Qts. 45

Hallowe'en Party daisy and button chrysanthemums home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Williams Church observed a "Week of Prayer
and roses In a silver bowl flanked Cheryl's uncle and aunt In and Self Denial" In the past *

The by silver I candle holders burning Green Cove Springs.Baptist the meeting' beginningon
Hallowe'en motif was attractively week with RIVAL
yellow tapers. Pouring coffee COOKED AND READY
carried out In the decorations and Monday "the quiet day. DOG
tea from sliver FOOD
services at either FOR
tor the Baptist ChurchWinsome end of the table were Mrs. M. H. Children The day was observed with i1rs. American Beauty, USE

Sunday school class Colley. mother of the brldelect Observe Hallowe'en J. H. Ritch In charge of the par 16 Oz. Con

"tacky party" held Monday evenIng and Mrs. E. L. Stewart, motherof gram and assisted by Mrs. W. B. J. R. Wood, & Bond
at the M. M. Shephlrd's home the bridegroom-elect. With.C stume PartyThe Wilson of Crescent City. Duringthe JANE PARKER SPICE, FLAVORED SPANISH
on Water street. noon hour the ladles I!! had 'the Finest
Games were. played during the Receiving the guest at the door Baptist education buildingwas privilege of hearing Mra. Jimmie DIAMONDS"The
I were Mrs. a. L. Peek Jr. and
evening with Mrs. W. J. Woodham James A. Griffin. In the 'receiving Mrs. gaily decorated In the Hal- Call In a most Inspiring talk. Mrs. Gift Of A Lifetime" DAR CAKE oz. 2 9
winning a prize and Mrs Denver line were the four hostesses' and lowe'en motif Wednesday afternoon Call and her husband Rev. Jimmie

Devrlck winning first ''prize with the honored gues(. Assisting in for the Hallowe'en party for Call, leave for Africa, as missionaries r Each

the best costume. serving and caring for the guests the youngsters of the Beginnerand In November.This y
Hostesses for the delightful\ were Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght. Mrs Nursery departments, given meeting was closed with s

evening were Mr. M. M. Shep J. I* Anderson, Mrs. G. B. Flynn by the Sunday School teachers. devotional given by Mrs. H. H e

herd, Mrs Riley Wasdln Mr. Mrs. H. H. Houston. Mrs. J. M The children were all decked Adams and a consecration service Beautiful and Swan Soap, bath bar 15c Armours Treet, 12 oz. can Slj
Vernon Silcox.Singing : Darby and Miss Shirley COlley. out In costumes and appropriate by Rev. T. G. Mitchell.On Useful r

i The bride-elect was the recipientof games were played during thafternoon < Tuesday afternoon a.continuation Gifts for All Lux Toilet 12 Ox. CanArmours

Convention a dinner plate from her chosen! and prises were awardeo: of this week of prayei ; Soap, reg. bar 8c Corned Beef 45

china pattern from her hostesses he winners. was conducted by Mr*. E. L. )Mat' OccasionsWHERE
Will Meet Sunday a. a memento of the occasion. About 75 children teachers ana thews. Those Swifts
taking 12
part were e Cleanser Ox. CanArmours
e ei .
Invited to call at the appointed I mothers attended with the mothers 12c
Mr. H. C. Bitch, Mrs. H. H
The Union County Singing Con. hours were about 100 guests. I assisting In the game and Adams, Mrs. G. L. Faber and Carl i QUALITY Chopped Ham .57
vention will meet with the I "serving refreshmentr.I Ivory
Hunter. Mrs. Charlie ,, Flakes Ige.
dence Village Baptist Church provi-I: Mrs. Nelma Keen and' Mlis I Parker NO SUBSTITUTE pkg. 30c 4 Ox. CanArmours
day afternoon Nov. 4, at : ,between the hours 7:30 to 9:30.: sang a solo. e 22
Carolyn Keen
were Hostesses at an s ef Rinso Vienna Sausage
The Service GuiTo Ige.
o'clock. Informal kitchen shower I Wesleyan a.; pkg. 3QC
All Interested person who enjoy evening at the Parish Miss Colley was the honored gave their part on the Week ol f
old fashioned gospel singingare honoring MI. house guf'lIt.t the Tuesday Evening Prayer on Tuesday evening.On See Our Window ArmonrM 1-Lb. Can

urged to attend and bring the The attractively Colley. Bridge Club held at the home ef Wednesday evening' the services Display I: No-Rinse Surf, Ige. pkg. 30c. Corned Beef HashA&PFOOD 42
refreshment .
family.We Mrs. Guy Sale with Mrs Sale ashostess. closed with-a
sermon by Dr
was overlaid withan .
appreciate the Interest and embossed The home was attractive T. A. Motley, pastor of the CasoMemorial n
cooperation of the people of Bradford cloth and centered with and a lovely rayon ly decorated with fall cut flowersfor Methodist/ church of Del Lifebuoy, reg. bar 8c STORE

County Jp this matter, and 'I bouquet of golden tythonto. in a Three the occasion tables : of bridge andcanasta ray Beach.Starke. Gem JewelrySeaboard
will be expecting to see many of crystal bowl. Spry Co.
you there. were enjoyed during the Shortening, 1lb. can 35c The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea
The hostesses were assisted in evening and prizes were won by Woman's ClubThe 19M
Raymond Brown Pres. Cop-rfaIIt.ed.
serving and caring for their guests Mrs. Del Colley, high. Mrs. J. R. Railway Entire Content
toy Mrs. H. C. Brown. Mrs. R. J. Wamwrlght. bingo and Mrs. Steve executive board at the Watch Inspector Hi-C Grapeade 300 East Call St.
Eastern Star To MeetThe Davis. Mrs Edwards Burn., Miss Simmons, *""**ft Starke Woman's Club will hold iU

Carolyn Keen. Miss Shirley Colley The hostess presented her honored regular meeting Thursday after effective thru
Starke Fla. Prices in this ad
local Eastern Star Chapter and Miss Doris Stewart. guest with a pair of flngurines noon. Nov. 8, at 3:30: o'clock, la the Cleanser 12e.A&&AA.&A 3rd.

win meet Monday night at .e... Forty guests were Invited to call a memento of the occasion. club house. ."' '''''' .. .. Saturday, November
o'clock In the chapter hall. i. C & & &. ... .

n aa


MOV 2-19 51


Miss Shirley Colley and Mist ; I. P. Shepherd who Is confined Clerk. of the Circuit Court.
By Myrtle T. Heaver. ;Deputy Clerk
Frances Colley spent Monday In In St. Vincent's capital 'Is slight u/a 4t n 51NOTICR The ofLlflfllE'S ;
Jacksonville and Tuesday Mis Iy Improved from his recent heart Announcing Opening

Shirley Colley autl their houseguest attack. la) Mn.'t ('o...TO, irnilCertt APPEAR. Co..,,,, m..rn..vvt..v.m..nmvmn..a..............
*, Mr and Mrs C. L. Houser Mrs. C. II. Na worthy was the I Vl.rlilai. In Chancery.Mmriti V. !

if Flat Rock. Ala. were I In- Jacksonville guest of Mr. and Mrs. J, O. Dvavtr va. Ma.I (Milt hi. I.'.n M.-Mlllen.McMlllvn.: lirrmilimi riiiliuii"'" I .i

rHE NEws in Brunswick Ga. last week. Notice. T. Case No >11 READY-TO-WEAR

Mr and Mrs Leo Edwards of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tidwell of To' M"'lIu, Appear.I- MtMlllen. wh..-.

Fernandina visited Mr. Mra Obrien were overnight guests last renidenre It* *' n Henry Keener./
-- nd
Earl Friday of :Mr. and Mrs. B. T.
Edwards notified that a
and other friends art hereby
Allan Frances Parker. Mrs. Karma
.v come of filedaaalnt
x and relatives Thomas.Cal -itilt fur Divorce baa been Line Of
&\:' Wallrn and Mrs. here Sunday. above. named
Indefinite Jennie Dittes ; ynu In the
akinff Ctcle of Green Cove
the .
:I. II ? and Mrs. W. B. Parks spent last Court and < .."... and you are re*
daughter, Thelma of St .
the Ji1Newaomes. week with Springs Naval Base was the weekend mired to nrrve a copy of your anwrr
'* H. Nollman Petersburg were weekend guestsof her son-in-law and ,, <>r plrftdlna- the complaintn
T MnW. of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. '
daughter Mr. guest the Evan Ladies'and Children's Clothing-
JT of Miss Mr and Mrs. P. 'M. Barefoot. / and Mrs. Dameron Plnlntlffa Attorneys
the) wedding Black Or in Jacksonville. Fowl r. T. Kvann' and Neal D, Evans, Jr.
Ocala Friday Mr. and Mrs. I I and 103 law Rxchaniro BuUdlnr, Jacksonville
Tl in Calvin Johns spent Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oakes
Drkle .
> Mr. .
\ and Mrs. J. M. Barnes and Florida and file the .tlflnIII -
I, MM Nollman will assist the weekend In Macon Go. with daughters of Kingsland Ga. family plan to move this weekendto In the office of the Clerk of the. CHEAPEST PRICES
Option.I relatives.Mrs. were ( Richmond Va. where Mr. Ob-cult I Court on or before the r .
I weekend guests of Mr. and MrsJ. day of December. 1D6I; olherw't
irrIiMen's, CbjppaWAIbunllnlt Mattie Gahftgan returned N. Vickers Oakes has been transferred as the allrmtlona of ald Complaintwill ,", IN TOWN!'
shoe salesman for General Shoe 1 be taken "a confessed by you
Alvareaddrews .
) b..ts at Monday from two weeks' visit with FREE O nca.Uola & Nil Grape to This notice shall ... publlehedence "
Corp. Mr. and Mra. Carl Roberta
friends and relatives In Georgia all visitor*, from 10 in It noon Saturday will rent the house corner of ; weeks each in the week Bradford for four County competitive TelePaled JUST A FEW{ OF OUR OPENING SPECIALS : '
attended the tax and South Carolina. Nov. S. !SINTTU'NK'S.Mrs. .nl'h. .
I, Eighth and Walnut vacated by the of'Oetoh. .
convention /In. Tampa Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John Marcus Brown has accepted Oakes family. : teal. this 10th day TRAINING PANTIES 19c

day to Saturday of last I have received a wire from theli the position as typist at the Miss Thelma Green plan to spendthe (OPFICIA7. PEAL" .) A, J Thoma Court. .
I son Cpl. Stephen St. John from IT S. P. and D. O. Warehouse weekend with her aunt Mrs, By Myrtle rl.rt") T\ Denver. Deputy Clerk

101I Mr.. Bill Tilley and son, Tokyo who has served the past 2BOO at Camp Blandlng recently Emma Creech In St. Augustine UI .t 11,1' Full Length CONTINUOUS SALE Ladier.

1 Hilled Mr. and Mrs. Pete I three years In Japan and Korea vacated by Mrs Ernest Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green' \o'rICR-TO "PP"'R' ... Rayon Slips H'dk'fs. ,

I Jacksonville\ Sunday. that he Is coming home soon. Andrew Schenk of Starke recently -visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selleyn Til rirrvlt (.>.r t. Rmdferd Co..tT.riorMai AND SPECIALS I 4
sold his farm U. S. 100 Fernandina In Ckaneery.Alvln .
on Sunday.
Riisrene Ureer. Plaintiff V" 79C 117 West Call Street SCOld
to Leroy Geiger Transaction Mr. and Jesse Newsomeand Mary Jlmh Ureer. Defendant ,.

HOME & AUTO SUPPLY was made by E. A. Strout Agency. Miss Evelyn Newsome. entertained ..otice To Al pe... (Can. No. ,* I

FARM, Mrs. Ewell .... ..... ..
A. W. Anderson Sr. la the Lawson family at To Marv Ruth fl. ." I' *<
141" clerking In the Ronnie Donnie dinner Tuesday evening as a fare- dence In: .118 E. Klmrnlon. Chariot! t
P. O. Box 509 W. Call St. North .
,26 held. reby
Shop. well dinner to Jerry Lawson. Jerry You notlffed that a
suit. for Divorce .. .been file...
Mrs. has enlisted In the Air Corps "
Avery was hostess to
Starke, Florida asalnet, youn the above named
the Canasta Club Tuesday evening and will leave Monday for Lack- Court and. eauae. and you are reaulred -

--..- .. -......- Extra guests were Mrs; W. O. and Field. Texas. or to pleadtna serve/ a ropy to the of complaintn your anawer Mother GooseWill

FAR11.ALI.TRACTORS FARM EQUIPMENT Halle and Mrs Jeannette Young. Adding Machine! and Portable the Plaintiffs Attorney EvanT
Mrs. M. C. Ford Jr. and Mrs Typewriters sold on time.- -Brad ., Evans and Neal D Evane. Jr.
101 Law Rxchanre Vulldlns, Jark.Konvllle.
J AUTO ACCESSORIES BATTERIES TIRES E. J. Flynn had dinner In Gainesville ford County. Telegraph. Florida and file the orlirln-' Arrive kI
Thursday evening of last Friends of Mrs W M. Wimberlywill al 'In the office of the Clerk of therl..1t

HrUBES; FISHING TACKLE SPORTING GOODS week and also attended a l lecture regret to hrtir that she Is of Court December on or l nnfore 51r otherwlx the re'day :

" on the Christian's seriously 111 In St. Vincent's the allerAtlona. o1 eald Cnmnla'n'
APPLIANCES ResponsibilityIn will be taken aa confeni bv you
Church Work at the Church of hospital Mrs. Wimberly has This notice shall be published:
Christ Gainesville. had visiting her while in the .."... each week for (on. consecutive a '
week 'In the Bradford CountyTeleraaph I t
Don Pittman of the Jacksonville hospital the past week: Mr. and 5 "ti

Naval Bas, was the weekend Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Mr. and Mrs. Dated thla 30th day of Octob- -
U"'J. Green Mr. and Mrs. Adam 1n'OFII'I.
guest of the'Cecil Sewells. Mr ( 'TAT/ SWAt> A. ':.T. "Thomas I
: Green, Mr. and Mra. Robert Green ., I the circuit Court '.
Mr. Sewell attendedthe .kD:
A STAR KE Mrs. Nelson Green and Mr. and P''j Myrtle T. Deputy Clerk
U. of Kentucky football ll4t 11'13
Mrr. L D. Green. a
Came Saturday afternoon. j
Little Sellta Thomas daughterof
Dedicated Tp Community Service Mrs. M. V. Johns. Mrs. P. D. MOTICF TO. APPRta ... ,. a
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Thomas, Underwent Tae rirmlr Ce> r*. Rtaafk 1
"Movie Are Better Thaa Ever" Reddish and Mrs. Cecil Sewell, a tonsllectomy In St. Vin rial. .',....... In Aaa Far Hra4r.nl tit Are
.. .
... .
.< Vleelda .'
pent Tuesday In Jacksonville and cent's hospital Thursday. !. ......... 1\1 n. Plan rJr'-:
had luncheon with Miss frntce Mr..and Mrs. Riley Waadin. were Arthur 'rho"... Devtne.. Plalhllff.' valenrv \
'C Whit.. a* E:.<.<".to* of the
Nov. 3 ONLY Tues., Wed. Nov. 6. 7 Albritton. Visiting Mrs. Ray Bell and baby '...t Will and Tentamenr. r,' "T......feDevlne. "
BLE FEATURE Just arrived-Men'a Chippewa daughter lit St. Vincent's hospital. p.......*...... and ...dl.' Whit., ,, -
work A hunting boots at AlvarecStore. bla wife. Defendanta. >
Sunday. .
I. Tkoa or The State Of I .
THM Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas PlorMalT" "'.

ACTON THRUER! Mrs. L. D. Vining returned Sun. chaperoned the Baptist Youth the' Henry TAct. Will T. White and Tentament. a* K'.ecutorof of ., #

DAY day from ten days' visit with her holrat the Alabama Georgia .Ve...'le Divine. Deceased. and ".i1iWhite '" '" t .
Florida Convention 111 F......* Street, Lynn 3. I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Joiner Singing Mn.nachnettH'You \
; ..EARTH'PLUS In Atlanta Ga. In Live Oak at the school auditor- ... hereby reonfred' to file ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Jr. urn Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and your answer to the .Will of Complaint ..- I ." '.
filed 'In the. above ent'tl"canna '
and son, J.. Roy spent Sunday In Mrs. Lavern Outlaw attended-the against. you and eerve. a c,,". ,. NAT
.' Williston visiting Mrs. John Mixon convention on Sunday. thereof on or before the Ird day \ \I'; .
of December. 1MI, ttnon WalterHhelley S
and Mrs J. E. Futca. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay and plaintiffs. attorney herein! / I
whoee. adtlrean. In 100 Voluala. Avenue, I
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman daughter Geraldine and Mrs. Pate
ifIlIAM3AIIaDi f>nvt''na ""' ."h. FloridaHFRFFV
returned home Sunday after an 3assett spent Sunday In Cedar FA1INOT on A"*"-
absence of four Seven rRP' PRO {'nNrr..MO VIT.I PI"rVTFTtKD '
weeks of the time was spent In and Mrs. Walter Nystromof BtTCM FAIUTRW.The .
putiire of this ..." I". a Till
IEI r traveling throughout the' North. Chicago ni. visited Mrs. Ara 'In the Nat,". of a Kill .of n.n"ro .. STARKE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
west visiting points of'interest and Moltt lastweek.Men's "I it vacate. ., Met ....ltl... annul and for, .1 I ,
ever .cancel of rerordthat certain
and relatives In Mexico
AND And "Latest t New fall suit*-(;urhe & Sewell" final' decree of divorce entered !. y
California, Seattle Wash., and ChancePutt' No. 7 'urnft6URHE1TE -t Alvmres Store. ..... '' L
IGt1 >e.IS l Pevln plaintiff and
Victoria Canada. The remainerofthetime Mr. and Mrs. W. 'L. Edwards of .Arthur Thomaa Devlne'. wee defend. Nov.
was spent 4n Ashville sat. late. rendtna* In''' the ctrcitiCourt Saturday 3:
Roe Ian/) Thur., Fri. Nov. 8, 9 and N. C. Jacksonville and Mrs. Leah Bauk- of the TCIa-hlh Jmtlolat Cl""iiIn "
highlands. and for Ttradford Flnrl."
rllt L, )(r. and.Mrs. I* D.G c reen had night Atlanta, Ga. were guests Iii and fa declaro" "Arthur County.*Th..m.iiDevlne j .. "" .. s
I of Mr*. Strath and' Miss Kate1 'to h* the attrvlvlna' enoueeof .
rape i'WJtb as their guests Thursday and Friday Struth Sunday.. J aalfl Jennie. Devlne, DeceaHed.. an" Will Spend Seven Days ,There and Then Visit >
p< last,week. Mrs.!C. D. Wil 1 her aotn and only! heir-at-law entitled .. .,,
RwI.M pk1Mm M Mrs. Kitty Andrews is vaea'tlonlng I to receive her estate and fdeclare '
llama Mrs. 3. F. HunU, and Mrs.
Mfce Paradise" Cartoon & a"aM3111E D. J Clark of Tampa.Mrs Irene In Chicago HI. ,the"""lit.following.. Ivinr and describednronertv ben.. Many.of Your Leading Merchantst-t q

lie Muimfr" Serial Johns of Green Cove Springs and Mr. and Mrs. At Kay Carlisle 'int Vohtsln Lot Three, Countv(8'A'o..k, Flotdii.\ 0.,, rw"Pevee.Iv .

Mr. and Mrs Willard Pass and and family have moved from Lafayette Cotirl Pnbdlvlelon, of f.ot Fone
of The Street Into the Episcopal (t) and part of T*>t Five fM '
son. Gene Tallahassee. .
murk( Slit HO) Tlle-her'e D"" r
Mon., Nov. 4, 5 Greens also had as\their weekend rectory on Church Street. tons ae. nee man 'In Man Wonlr II. LOTS OF fUN' !
Ita5E2 .
KrNotst IRNIE Fare, 1A4. amongte nubli'1" rec.rd
guests their granddaughters. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. of Volualn. County, Flnrlda. '- .
Patsy, Linda and Marjorie Green Edmond Tenly were Mr. and Mrs. 4rtt la. '
PLUS to'fie 4rfh.. .
homeetead eThnm.aa
the of
of Jacksonville. R. E. Allen and of Gainesville -
sons ..
Devlne on the date nf the FREK Coca-Cola & Nu Grape to and C. H. Walters of Jack.. said Jeel,* Devlne. toHt Nee TIIU5'

BARGAINMADNESS all visitors from 10 to 12 noon Sat sonvllle.. and.to of enloln the frenrv Tat '1'mot. White..-aPwecvtor "> Ask About It

unlay,-Nev. S. SIHTRUNK'S.!' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ldppe have Teatament. of .fe.ee Device.$ ._n e.ceaaeff .:
frnm fnrthefi flit t
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell Sr.; of ppoe
moved back to Starke from Gainesville the' administration. of the K..ate r*
Gainesville were Sunday guests of and are residing In the Leon- "Teenle. Devlne. T>eceae.i1, In !..*
I '('otintv Jdre'a, C'''tirt 'In e...t fro
' Mrs J. M. Brownlee. hard apartments on Cherry Street. Voln.'|> (',,""I.... Florida., end- f...>.<
501,1 That Monkey" Short CARTOON Mr. and. Mrs. Junkie Smith and ant.rln/' Into nnaeeednn. end n.'..
Tom Welch formerly of Starke LITTLE OR NO MONEY DOWNTRADE
Mil Latest News Mr. and Mrs. R. A.:Weeks.of Keystone nanny of Mid pronerfv. and to her*
and now of Plant City was visitIng a receiver appointed to take eheie<
Heights spent the weekend of said. property .....1". the nend..n..
frlenda here
Cedar Tuesday. cv of tnla eitlt. and for olhee r.lleprayed *
deep sea fishing at Key.
'In aeld Rill of Complaint, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green of
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cochran Sr. i"t.i. Voflc fo Anoeee ehall beIllbllebed .
Brooker accompanied by Rev. i week. tnr Co\.. tfconaemtive '
of Lake .
City were SUnday guest
of Mrs Daisy Perryman.. and Mrs. L. W. Lawhorn spent ('".."... ........wreetra..."h "Stark.'in the.. rlnc'A Pradfnrd'VITNK $

Cpl. Morris Williams of Fort with Sunday Mr.Green's afternoon, In/ Jacksonville, H. a' ''"Starve'S mv, hend Flxrlde and'hl.'....1 U'-of0'flce ; REGARDLESS OF MAKE OR CONDITION
Banning and Warren Oglesby of .rp/sterMrs. day o* rWohe n 1 tCOT'UT
N -1 ICE W. Anderson. ( "PAL' A J Tomaa
: 0 01 Waycross. Ga. were weekend guest wl..rierV ft the flrciil* Courtffff 1 ff
I of MUm Evelyn New o..e. ..fnffl. Coiintv. letrte'ilef .. ,; t w
Mr. and Mra. C. G.. Barksdale IOF THANKS x p. ..r.*te Uliellevoeneir r>..*..... Deputy ClerlWelter ,- Jjg MmTr A -a AJSMeS.aS.aSatJa.Sa BB.m s w ea Ti*-a a

spent the early part of the week at I wish to thank all my friends a.,. f"e PlelnHfrloll .. '
Voliie'e) > rev*"eDaytona .
their camp at Salt Spring. who helped met.'during the illness Peach. Florida our sQUiiANW- -
Mr. and Mr. Nate Dyal and nil 4t Jl'rTO'TRRnlTOH during
We Name From of my wife. Especially Cecil /
,, Have Changed Our- .... ton. Tommy,and David and Mr*. Sewell who. assisted me. Dewey ;

T. L. Casey and 'dau< ollywood Photographers and Jewelers were fishing! at Cedar Key over! I. Tee r.mrl .. eke <.'..... J...*..
Itradferd C-:....,.. ........
the weekend. MOTICB! TO APPRH'
I. lr .
Nu Call !. Clrrmlt ('..n. .,....ri C.m..r, In :
FREE OocB-Cbla A Grape .... rei 1 Rotate ef Nelson T. Green
TO FtorMat In Ck ry. DeceasedTe. .
vMtor from 10 to 12 noon Saturday Henry C. Drew. Plaintiff' .*. P.ncl.Clark > All .-..*....'. ..4 P....... n.....
Nov. 3. STSTRUNK'ft.!' Dr.w/ Defendant.C I.. Ctelea* .. t..wtmm4.. A.......
No. ITS ..
r"/ ,Mr. and Mra. Albert Lee visited 1"."_ T. A"".... You 14 .Retafei not.each of you are hereby
homefolks In Naylor. Ga. over the Tot Ptncl Clark Dr..w. ...h....* notified and required' I to any
r .ld.nc*. I.: c/o Mrs. RoirtniiM "..ff. claims and Amanda hrt.'u.: ;: or
weekend and brought hpme with kin. It Onnulci G.rd.n.. Columbia. ..It".f 'ou. mar h.... aRSinst' tit.esate .
them Mrs. Lee's mother. Mrs. A. South'Carolina. nf Neleon. T. Oreen deceaaerflate ,
You are hereby notified that a of maid to the CountyliMfri
Hughes<< who la visiting here this lull for Divorce has nn filed of ;oU..tlyoo' nt'.., Florida
week. ....In.t you In the above named at hla office In the court !houae. o'
Court and cause and yon are required eald. Count. at ftarke, Florida. 1/ 1 r ,
Joe Truby returned to Waynes- to e.rv. a copy of your anw0r within elvth calendar mnn'''. from .IIS
vine N. C. with his slater, Mrs or pleaitlna to the complaint the time. nf the first publication "f -
105 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. on the P!.lntlff'. Attorney, Ray HH- ibis "..tI.... Bach claim' or demand
James Klllian laat week and will den, Building PuTtona hall be In writing,, and shall elate. .0
remain with the Klfllans Indefi h..Ft'rd.: and file I theorlslnal. the plac of realdenc and poeoffice 7 r .
In th.. office of the Clerk of th. Circuit add... of the claimant' and I
nitely. Court on or hfore the Xrd day hall. be awnrn to> by the claimant. beautiful Male Chef gas Kef Ia .peclalJ,
Mr. and'Mr.*. Don Champion of of December. IMU otherwlM the event, or attorney, and anv suck. This, II
RISTMAS PORTRAIT'SPECIAL alienation. of acid. Complaint will claim' or demand not aa filed anal I 00 priced during our Old Rasp Rouad-Up.
Claxton Ga. spent the weekend be taken a* .on'.d ny you he vtldWinifred. OOp ti plus 10Dt.laadD'eS.p..4.bWt.lt
with Mrs. Champion's parents This notice shall be publishedonce W.Or...., I brines you top Berformaaea
each week for four cooaeentlv. Aa administrator of th. Ea. bat 10 many excimrte reatnres.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hartmann. weeks In the Bradford. County Tele"ated tale of Nelaon T Green, Wheel heal le.ulalef
the Red .v.a
YOUR CHOICE. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fogg football attend. this Z5th day of October, nMrat publication Deceaaeri November Ind1MI such-the as oa.-pleeS( top burn** alts-l re f.Bj 'y
ed the U. of F.-Kentucky 1551. -
game Saturday. :_ (OFFICIAL SEAL A J. Thomas ))13t n/r: iaaalale4 even-Swla* Ollt.B.oU.t la. maay

FOUR 8x10 .. 95 I Col. and Mrs James. A. Griffin ... .:;;,;;===_ _n__ b ?other See thl tad other,/fUftf CJUfapelall

visited relatives In Lakeland! over today

SIX 5 x 7 } FORELEVEN 9 the weekend. The Griffins have

visiting\ ; them this week Mrs CHRIS J. NEWBERN STUDIOS I

3x5 Griffin's mother. Mr. F. R. Coker

of Lakeland 'and Mrs. W. G r

Roberts of Wauchula. "The Roving Photographer e
r u
OR 7aM ,
;Men's fall .milM-Curie* & Sewers I

O E8J x 10&SIX3x5 95 -Mrs.t Alvarez E. W.Store.Hayes and Mr. and ary thing 8 X 10 Men OPEN
9 Mrs. John Data, Jr. had dinner In any where

I ONE 5 x 7.& SEVEN 3x5 Gainesville Sunday evening with Portrait Thnw : P-M. ----=--. -_ _-_-= HOW INSTALLATION COST

TWo 8 x 10 & 12 Post Card Mrs. Hayes son, Enos a student at ., any time Saturday To

U. of Ft who was celebrating his 1:00: .A.H. 8,30 P.M.

birthday anniversary.Dr. PHONE $3-oo Te SATURDAYALL SEECENTRAL

Alt Portraits Come Complete with and Mrs. M. B. Herlong had 103 1S8: P.M. DAY :

as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. FLORIDAGAS

Folder find''Xmaa Wrapper Paul Rtblnson of Jacksonville and .i Have Your Portrait Made The Modern {Way

as Tuesday evening guests Mr.



George Flynn. Jr. of LeesburgIs H9 W. CALL ST.
UNTIL DECEMBER 1st spending this week with his par --=- --------- -- ---= = -"

ents. Mr. and Mrs. George B. l- .

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property, and the name. In which It, child. h,.
Jimmie Crosby and Helen Barry Persona Item ,I Mr. O. J. Rauleraon and Mr. and Florida. on November 12, ; 10 e HP Sterling Motor Serial wa* annealed are a* follow. you In the b'"n.b r' '
o'clock A. M.. the 116. Year of Iu- j
00 Certificate No. "
last Sunday afternoon In Folkston Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. William Mrs. W. M. Slpes. visited St. Au. II rlbed property: 4188F-XP1H KC. September 2, A.D. 136. and cause. and 1
dc"i Motor Serial ance serve .. >
HP Sterling ;
BAYLESS HI WAY Ga. The bride is the daughter of Crosby this week were Mr. and gustlne where the many interesting Commence. at the 10 41HF-XP200; LC. Description of Property: All SWVk I Pleading .opy to the or" j 5 .la w.r
Section 17. I N of Publlo i T
of Lot road 4kNE14 combsI
orner of NW14 or --
Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd Barry of Mrs. Gerry of Zephyrhllls on Sun. sights of the "oldest city" were I East I a HP Sterling) Motor Serial I PlalnUIt'. Attorcey ..
BY Mrs. O. E. CrosbyBa.'I South, Ranee lolnO. of NWH or Lot I, Section la, per. 22t Graham JC5.h .....
Brooker and the groom is the eldest day. Iris's father Mr. Alston of enjoyed. Ihonc E"t the 407SF-XMZ.O. Motor Township 7 South Rang 11 Baat, I '
HP Pyncrogear
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Zephyrhllla apent Tuesday night : tl, halna"n line to of the ald Section. 5 No. 258076. Containing Name In which 41 acre assessed more Unknown.or !.*.. I I p0SvjrS'f"wMh'l' \ | : er

%* Church Mews Crosby of this section. They are with them and Mrs. Vera Alston Park Theatre Schedules I :Slat, Road No. Ill I II 60 HP General Electric Motor All of said property. being In the .. I t

I Saw the moat unusual bouquet both graduates of BH9. of Lake Butler was their guest ufonir rlo-ht-of-way of No. PE8772066. Engine County of Bradford, State of Florida all.lfatlon. of 1211. 'tberwii'
Ford Cab over Paid
I lit Church Sunday morning. It 'Francis Goes To Races'Current Road No 113. 12 82 141 I Unlea such certificate or certificate I b. tak.n a. .. .. Cinpiai51
from W. Engln No
They are maklrfg their home in Thursday through Saturday. Iron .Iak., thence. run Model II hall b* redeemed accord. I by ;
flOtlO Uu
was a beautiful stem of blue gen Is George Lovell left last Wednesday ,halna to Ih* Went .. I *. lug to law the property described In I "' week hiI Ubi!
! tlana. The at least Palatka where Jimmie employed 17. thence with all other machinery *uch certificate. or certificate J" four eo ;
top spIke was for a vacation with relativesIn pet of the Universal 1 potion In the
as assistant manager of Setzer'aSuper SO 13 chain to the and personal property will b* sold to the highest I gaph.I toun ;
: two and a half feet long and there Illinois./ International studio is a lop-eared ..rn.... of aald Section. i by the Defendant American bidder at the court. house door on I this
wish them much
I } were enough small flower for a Store. Saw Uncle John Kelly around mule named Francis, an actor point of benrlnnlnsN I Oil Mill, Inc,. and used by the tint Monday In month of December I urlt.d uh II, ] ?
) happinem.Fla commenc at In II. business con 1961 which I I. the 3 day of (OFFICIAL
, complete bouquet. The lovely arrangement .h! Flaon! Our* What* Saturday He looked ,good. but worth his weight In gold now star west Al.HO corner of Section In Brooker Bradford County December 1951. Clerk SEAL) A. 1. 1'ho

i. t was found by Mrs. W. said he had not b.en feeling well ring with Donald O'Conner and ship 7 Mouth. flange and also) all aadittona, re- Dated tIls III day of October 1951 Py Myrtle T. ot the CirCUit (
: T. Crosby over by her ) ouae. Have It'a a boy for the Herbert Norman i Piper Laurie in "Francis Goes to thence run West 14.17 i .. .. and Improvement. to A. :J. Thoma Deaver Drp.I
lately. I Berry' Wet line, the foregoing; all a* I I. more (OFFICIAL BRAD A.I.: Thorns. this .t.t0'rt1C
4 4' never seen anything 10 unique as *. The young man made his Tullle and Louise Norman and the Races." opening Sunday at South 20 IS chain. .. ) set forth In the afore Clerk of circuit. Court of Bradford ,j:

II this In the form of a flower. arrival In Glendale Hospital Sun. son Gerald visited their son-in-law I' the Park Theatre. I East 14 n chain to Summary Judgment In Comity: Florida. I. Cir..itFiend. (......1. 4P"n".:
at 4:13: : and has been lion line of Section. ....'.ro on file In the above d*- IO/U 4t 11/16 .. I. th. II..II. C 0
. '. Sympathy In. ExtendedOur day p.m. The O'Conner aeery.
and daughter. Barney and Dot picture finds and finn. 17 Ihenc run Court. Ralph En'.on :
1 whole neighborhood was named Herbert Lamar. Eggers. In Jacksonville Sunday. Francis becoming attached to an Wet eectlon. line of (B) A. :J. Thomas, :Jr. !KOTICCI' TO APPEAlS vs. Grace talllth'h 3tvtiifl: ,,r., 1'1"
:, .I shocked and saddened early Saturday Hog Klllln'/ Time 17 to the NorthweSt .... Special. Master I. Circuit ("....t. Bradford Ce.. jFlorida fvndant, :N. :)11':.ia; ".
Surely was sorry to hear about expensive racing stable quartered Section 17. the point 1019| 4t 1119 i lej Cliaeieery.Jerome : .
4 morning by the death of The J. R. Kelly. H. B. Kellys, the serious accident Involving J. W. at the famous Santa Anita RaceTrack I nlnir. the aald land Miller. Plaintiff v*. MaryB. N ,

Mr. George Cone who was affectionately and Lois Newmanses have been helnv In Section IS. I II "VOTICB' TO APPEAR! Miller. Defendant. wSe"rKjtth i
and the
Ga. last wet'k.He mule
Knight near Macon amazing by
I ; .. .. Case No. 1750 ; i M'I
I Smith, It snare 20 Ea!: t.ALSO .. ." Coats. Bradford Co t ', : :
4 known by everyone as killing hogs this week. Surely am was driving a Greyhound bus talking to the turf equines. t I. the South .. .. 1m <........... !JVotlr' Te.A.".... You .are ......V.a-V.li u I..
Uncle George. He was a retired remembered me with a '4 of Plaintiff VR' Tlertha To: !Mary It. Miller, whose real suit ?!' t
glad they I and ran Into a truck. He was able to furnish his master with all ftnulhweat Dvoren.
dene and address I lsl: 40 MonroeStreet
I farmer and a pioneer citizen In of You I have turnips .'I Section 5. Townahlp Defendant. Can. No. 8749 r.'inVt'oS'rn'f.i' has U1:]
! mees pork. see, critically Injured and Is In a Macon the winners. flange 20 Raat. .. TArrmr.. : New York 2, New York. .
our community. ..-they have none. They have less.ST'TTJF.'T. whose real. You are' hereby notified that a Court aod abo\. n
hospital. He Is the husband of Donald falls In love with PIper arr. more 0" Bertha Dvoren Divorce has been filed cauae and you era ..

j, Although Uncle George was always pork-I have none. So we swap Carrie Belle Norman.ITTATE Laurie daughter of a racing stabl rlwht-of-war. ..,... ..." ..and. Bronx address New lei York.: 1771 Park against unit for you In the abovo named .d answer 10 0"serve Pleilding a copy of '

: C working at home he had Would like to trade like that more owner but their romance Is threatened American Tune Oil are. hereby. notified that a Court and cause. and you are required plaint on the PlalnllCC''n Ih.

t time for a friendly chat with his often. Boy are those sau.agesthat when O'Conner riav Klectrlo' (' "... Divorce. and approval. of to serve a copy' of your an. Evan. T. F.vana. and Neal Altnr'I Dkio'nvfrf.'Flo'rfS
accidentally pleading to the complainton .I., E.
t i1 I recorded In ..... agreement ha. been filed wer or .
neighbor folks. Ha was one of the i H. A. Lawson mixes good!I FARMBy becomes Involved with a gang of 17 paere 131. of the you In the .hove named. the Plaintiff Attorney T. FrankI..nd..um. ra. !full

beat neighbors one could possibly He Is really the farmer's friend. racing racketeers who threaten to ord. of Alnrhun Count and cauao and you are r*. the original, Stark In ,the Florida office and of file the ,' ot Original the In. the office .k.III."

have. The entire community Joins Moat Unusualne M.... Bryan Whltfleld foreclose on the stable owned byPiper' ; lbs line aald rlKht-of-way eaaement being,' i or to pleading nerve a copy to the of complaint your an. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be. Utb day Circle 0' November Court on..?' heor!
;J in extending sympathy to the family T. Frank for the 26th day. of November, 19M; wi. the all"IfRllon. ,111,6'-' "'!
land Plaintiff Attorney
: S win ton Crosby haa the funniest father. enaement on the otherwise the allegation of said ,
In the loss of their husbandand 11. TownshiP 7 South and file Plaint will b. taken a.'lnRSL. }
t : : Brlf.-kh..F: : will b taken a* confed **
cat I ever saw. She's a specimen Community Club MeetingThe However, Francis comes tothe Knot.: :: ;, office of the Complaint you.The
father. from the British Isles and two In nf th.. Circuit Court on or be. by you. ; notice shall
AIXO acrea
a as usual and h.I"blloh'd
Hallowe'en motif was rescue straighten
emphasized Thl notice shall b* publlehedonce .
November, for
' Crosby-Barry Marriage* corner 5tW 14 of SWM 2Aih day of for
member of the mink Swln- each week for four consecutIve 'on"r",
I at last Tuesday's meet. everyone out. i otherwise the allegation of TrVphl""Ul* Bradford
N. Township 7 South ; (
. fl bells lele- 'unly
Wedding Bradford County
were ringing week In the
: ton's son Randolph gave it to her.The Ing of the Community Club. DurIng Fn.,, lying South and Complaint will be taken as .
. \ Railroad and highway ...conveyor"l.... hy you graph.I'ted this 12th day.
peculiar about the cat Lithe 24th day of October 19r.t.d of Ort
thing this
the program hour Mrs. J. G. 'Texas Carnival'At Iv Incluillnar the ,,, notice, hall b* published.
I fact that she Is tall-less/ has Caldwell )evIewe an article explaining acrlbed. property. : *. .. week for four consecutive, 151.OFFICI( u. SEAL) A. J. 'Th m... (OFFICIAT; SEAL) A. J. Th

l six toes on each foot, and is blackas the celebration of the occasion Florida Sunday"Texas feet West of Southeast.. In the Bradford County Tele- Clerk. of the Circuit Court. By Myrtle Clerk T. Deaver nf the. Dp 1"1".ult r

tar The former owners came fnllnwlnir deicrlhed this I4th of B, Myrtl. T. Deaver.NOTICE Deputy CI.rk "lv rl
Patsy Kucera read "Little ol nf land towlt Two day October 10/U tl II/II IOtlt ft
ATTENTION all the way up from St. Peters Orphan Annie" and In an Interesting Carnival'' starring Southeast corner of IIWI4 -
1. SEAL A.:1.: Thomas.
( burg to see her laSt week. Mrs. L. Esther William, Red Skelton of Section S, Township Clerk TO APPEAR be CI....NOTICE... ...! TO APPEAR
contest F. Chap nf the Circuit Court. (
rn .
Ttitnire 20 Kft.: lying: FlW ... R"'d'.., '
Im rircslt c. Bradford CeeiaityVIcrMal ( .
'j Howard Keel and Ann Miller ls T. Z> Clerk PtorMat I. .... .
! If You Have man and Mr. A. M. Richard won road and hlRhwnv eaver Deputy !a C ..""". Edith c. ..,..
scheduled for the Florida Theatre reanectlvelv and run 10/26 4t 11/11 Robert Carter Plaintiff v*. Ella Louise Nigh Plulnllff' I
The Mrs. H. J. -
prize. president '
.. Qeorr A. Nigh
anti Defda,1Ca ,
Weaterly feet .
William Carter Defendant.
PINE OR CYPRESS Yobr Child Kucera presided over the business Sunday and Monday.The Nnrthenatarlr ..... NOTICE! TO APPEAR C Case No. 1740 ,. Ic,.
\ session and directed a round table troubles and laughs begin rlffht-of-wav" of railway.. rBlt C..... Br...(.rd C....,. ]*.tle. T* Appear.To N.tl. T. A........
TIMBER .. I. CaiMBeery. To Qeorite. A. Nigh
TO SELL thence Smith 18n feet to ) Ella 'William Carter, whoaeealdence vhoW
: r
WILL THIS".HIIW.COU.H discussion of plans for the Hal when Cornelius Qulnell befriends beginning. contalnlno Kroecky. Plaintiff .vi. :John I is, : 14 Flake Street, Port. lonce la: 1M Euclid Avenue. Ak

. ;1 Large or Small Tracta s LIKE lowe'en party given by the ,Club drunken baron Dan Sablnas. who more or leaa, In Section Defendant.Case nouth, Virginia. Oh1D.You are
No. 8761 notified
.hlp 7 Souart. Ranire 20 You are hereby notified that a thil
I HELP Wednesday evenIng. October 31. Insists on giving Qulnell his expensive I Doraev' Frame Te A.B.*ir. suit for Divorce has been filed suit for Divorce. and ra'lor.

We Buy All Mrs. E. C. Long and Mrs. R. P. car. When Comic and or Serial No loot.I John Krecky. whoa rN against you In the above named I of maiden name haa keen fi
A and address I I.: "'/0 Municipal and .. against you In the .b n.rCnu..t .!
Pew GCIIIIIII MIl beeocbkti due to coIcIa Doda-e Truck Court and oaue you are r
Deborah .
Telford drive
f McLendon were hostesses and car. to Sabinas'hotel and
Spreader. Otlavllle, New York. of' cause and you
Per. No qulreo to nerve a copy your an. ar.r'Q
; PAY TOP PRICES i yon caa BOW ,.c Cm>rtMiaioo specially ned out the chosen theme In their with the Intention of returning Sine No. 8ZOOS.H7: are. hereby notified that a wer or pleading to the complaint ed to serve a copy of y
prepared lot ChiMrea fa a new peak I Whit. Truck "'.. .. ... Divorce and custody, and on the Plaintiff Attorney,. Ray answer or pleading. to the ,
''iIDclINe refreshment plates. They served the car, they are mistakenfor No. 1KBA 184. 1'1.' ... No. .ntf minor child h.. been. filed ,..MaIden Seldxn Building Daytona plaint on the Plaintiff Alton,
I (1) 1& _...... aafe. For the meeting the Club Rooms sister.. Serial No. 'UUO and and cause, and you are r.. In the office of the Clerkof Jr., 103 Law Exchange< BMIId!
Write Call proves 1 Whit. truck .. "' to nerve a copy of your an. the Circuit. Court on or beforethe Jacksonville, Florida and fn,
.. ...
or .. .. were artistically decorated with Debbie gets involved In a romance No. ISO A 7R. Ser. No. or pl..adlnllt to the complaint. 19th day of 1951; orlvlnal In the. office of th. nl
U) It CIOGtaIaa eo II6f\'OdcI. to .... late Fall bloasoma.Tuesday with Slim while I Fruehanf trailer. Plaintiff Attorney. T Frank otherwise the IPrro''f:: ; aald of the Circuit Court on or. hffor,
tarb aatww'a fI"t'-e&I Shelby Serial. No. RF2907 and r Starke. Florida. and file Complaint will b* taken a* eon. Itlh day of November, I9SI< ol,
: B. THOMAS (4) ItwiOaidMturetotootbaaayl evening of last week Cornle has a bard time eluding I Ford truck "tractor ; .. In the office' ot' the. feeeed by you. wise the allegations of mid r,,
bee raw: tcwiw.. taflaaiod throat:sad Mrs. John Godwin and Mr. Lloyd the clutches of the sheriff's daughter No. 59T455155. of the Circuit Court on or This notice shall b* publishedonce plaint will b* taken aa contemn)
I Special hullt trailer. the Uth day of November each week for four conaacutlveweek yoti.Thl
brcscbisl membranes thus Suggs were co-Hostesses at a Stan Sunshine Jackson. notice shall be ,
I Jttiering Send' I No Ft/T 100UT.I otherwlxe the alienation\ of In the Bradford County TeJe- piihllihrt 0
LUMBER CO. the cough and. promotta-,"rest sad ley party. How the RD4 Caterpillar ...", wIll be taken a* con. graph each. week" for four connx-n. ,
; sleep. Ask far Crcoraukio for Chil Mrs. Modell Treadwell and Mrs. Impoaters are finally No JTI715W. by you. Pated this ltIth day of October, week In the Bradford County T,
PHONE 211-1 dren Ia sad caught the circumstances which 1 Arrow nulldoier notice shall b* publlehed lest.OFFICIAL. era ph.
: P. O. Box 735 tbe part Woe pacUjta;' Kate Gill of :Mount Dora were din Involve them In the frantic chuck I I.oa-rln Ilyater .. '. week for four consecutive ( SEAL) A. :J. The>ma.. lea Dated,. this 13th tiny of Oct.."
In the Bradford County Tile-
Clerk of Circuit CourtLy
of Mrs. J. B. Treadwell No 25952.
ner guests
STARKE FLA. CREOMUCSIOH wagon race and the eventual romantic I Sttimp 0"..... Myrtle T Deaver, Deputy Clerk (OFFICIAL. REAL) A..f. Tho.Cl .
and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley 1 WD4 thl 24th day of October, 1019| 4t 111|. rk of the 'Irpult r"
denouement make the Caterpillar
: FOR CHILDREN up IHI !No By Myrtle T. Deaver Drnutv,, n10'U
Tuesday.Mrs. threads of the plot. highlighted by 8'1'8180. SEAL) A. :J. Thomas.Clerk !NOTICE' TO APPEAR '! 41
I 10-
: Niem ca..t CtM icsJ Imceffll. K. W. Parks returned to off.et Kllllfer of the Circuit Coart. -
f song and dance Interpolation and Serial No. 21011 1147 te> rlrrolt r .... Bradford C....,,
her home In Lake Worth Sunday I Ford tractor with T. Deaver Deputy Clerk rierldai f. Chiaaeery.Jeanne NOTICE
'\ an unforgettable dream sequence Inad.... Serial. No 10/26 4t 11/16 A. Stephen Plaintiff v*. Notice la hereby given that 1
having vlajted Mr. and Mrs. Inf r which Charlea P. Stephen Defendant. undersigned la engaged In builM
Debbie wearing a diaphanous I 00"..- truck. Motor .
F j Every Branch of W...G. String-fellow since Tuesday. 4APS.1. Serial' No. or *PPIir TIOV! FOR Case No. $734. under the flctltlou* name of Ch.
negligee floats around a 1 TAT DICED !''I...... To A._.... J. NewberD Studio Starke, Brad!
Additional Saturday guests of Mr. Bntier Tunir ""n. .
I I.
room. ahle," (Chaaal hereby given that L. A. To: Charles B Stephen whoaereeldence (County Florida and Intend f
II INSUR.A.NC'E''I and Mrs., Strlngfellow were Mrs No. 17981. No. J132 the hold..t the following I I.: 10001 Mouthweatern register aald fictitious. nnme In I
ha* filed laid certificate Ave., Los Angeles; 47, California. office of Clerk. of the circuit Co
G. Gardln.r"ttnd
A. I
Mrs. Elsie TO Phelp
.. deed to ba Issued '
'I You are hereby notified that'a of Bradford County Fiori4a.wbern I I'Worth
Tlreult (0.rt Bre.rer Ciestp' .1' ton hr.,
per .
Hazen, of Starke. ( number and yar suit for Divorce and .rr, O. Ne Sole OwiJ
Klerlitet la Cfcaaeerr. 4.13 feet of 12 screw I "... the description of the nuttody and control, of minor lior
10119 I
Spencer Crews,. accompanied by Mary B F.a.on. Plaintiff v*. Andrew ., .
Ed Hick., U. S. N.. Green Cove T.. Raaon Defendant. ALL '
H. C; WALL AGENCY Springs attended\ the Fla.-Ky .Me. To Appear.To _
football game In Gainesville Sat : Andrew I. faHAn! whna re,. .

. urday afternoon. .. dene I.: .1330 HlBh Street' fiprln- _
I PLEASE PHONE 146 fleld, Ohio
I .:' Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.Knight YATi are hereby notified that a

;'ITt1f-'Constant ServIce 'Over 50 Years are glad to learn of the etc.nit hit for. been Olvor.l filed property ag-alnat you right In.

Improvement In the condition of tho .above named fourt and cauee O4yid

I their son, J. W Knight of Atlanta and ofyour- you are annwer required or plendlna to ......v. a tn copy the ers

Georgia. A Greyhound bus driver, oomplalnt on the Plaintiff* Attnr.

: Mr. Knight was seriously Injured nev Ray fielden IC..I Daytona Beach Florida and file theorlarlnnl *j nni I
HB.ALVAREZ&SON TRANSFER ANDru when hU bus struck the rear of e In the office. nf the Clerk

; STORAGE CO.Wa cotton truck near Macon Georgiaon nf th. Circuit rourt on or before the
I ll'h dnv of November 151 : other
October 22. wi...' the allegation of laid Pom.
i. Sunday Mr. and Mrs P. S. plaint will b* taken a* eonfeaaed
ru Crews had as their guests hy Thla vou. notice shall he published

: j operate local Mr. and Mrs. Bill Atwood and Bill once each week for four conaecntlve .
i' ', ;'f A long distance) Rivers of Jacksonville Mr. and week. In the Bradford County Telegraph. ives !
: Wanywh.T. In U. 8. Mrs. Billy Springer and their Dated this 10th day of October

iiI .... young son and Mrs.. A. F. Thorn U ill.OFFTflAT,. .
"" ( PRAT.) A.:1.: Thom.
I ton of Auburndale. Msses| Dorothy Clerk' of the circuit Court.

EXCELLENT Johns and Hilda/ Watson of Starke By Myrtle T. Deav.r, Peputr. Clerk
I _ _ -, ioia| 4t utle | ...
and Ed Hick. of Green Cove ----- ..
I Springs. S ....eeM- rireult ro.r., Bradforel Ce.at7. .nMbie.,. ,
I\ Florida !. ('.*".....*. i -
.UJLITU:8: !: Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Godwin andtheir Jowman-. BalI.)'. Plaintiff./ V*. Otis .bj_, : C
ont Bob of. FaTalkt spent 8. Bailey
Defendant.Ca fORDOMATICMo
Agents For -a N... nil
. I ;::;>, ;,;..;..- the weekend with Mr. and .
put n.... Of P.>.lleatf.. Aa4 N.tlv.T eeo. >eie ..elli e.s45S c ..
\ DELCI1ERBROS. .. ai Mrs. J. b. Godwin. !Sunday! Mr. .tppeart 51.4. Of Florida. Tot reifre .l<.l i. eW __
Otl,11.. ITalley. who. reeldenc I I.: ___ core offer on of two different ryp
..._ '' '!i first ,nd Mrs. Godwin had aa additional Vtt. .
i .. w- '." "' ''' See us ill N. Long Ballaburv. N. C. ef Fluid Torque
:J' automatic drive. a
Ij ) : dinner guest Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Ton ar. required to appear on ,
Reddish of Lawtey and Mr. and November IS. If511 In th. above Convener or Automatic Mechanical
named Court and e.u. .' blended
Mrs.'J. B. Godwin and their son. ....k. 011"01'.... Bradford Gears. But, rWomotk offer* both

Jlmmle. The occasion marked the aunty Tlgrph hall pnbllnh thlaOrd..p .4," I Into one. You get fluid Torqu Convener

: celebration of the birthday anniversaries 'Wltnea In next rov four hand weekly and official.laaue, *ealat .. ...;: ,- smoothne** plu *

of Mr. Reddish. and of Starke. Florida. this October II, 4e. CO and lovlngi of

G.' Godwlu. 1151. .. sr Automatic Gear*.
W ((OFFICIAL RnAI.) A. :J. Thorn.
During the weekend visitors of A. Clerk of .ald Court.
B" Myrtle T. Dearer, Deputy Clerk
Mr. and Mrs. W., A. Knight were ("h.... R U.... I04. 5 Ouaranty Life
Mrs. Lucretia Robert. and Mrs Bnlldlna.lackaonvllle, Fla
MLle Atty. for Plf. 10lt| 4t lNOTICK
M. R. Holmes of Lake Butler _
A Sandra Knight of Atlanta, Georgia Or IIP"-I'' M'"TV."'*
a. 1.. Johnsonand 5"TMNotice "
a and Mr. and :Mrs. J.
I* hereby given that pur.uant -
I' their son Wendell, of Jack. tn that certain RummarvJudgment
sonvllle. In Foreclosure vnade and
entered on the Itth dT. of October.
Mr. and Mrs. S. O.
Saturday l 5t, by the Honorable ArYan Simp
: Godwin were guests of Dr. and aon. Judg nf th. tTnU..d State* pi'*.
trie. Court for the Southern Dlitrlctnf
Mrs. C. G.:Mlxson In Gainesville Florida Jackannvlll Dlvlalon In

attending the Florida-Kentucky a 'certain e.uaetherein pendln'
football wherein' FCONSTRtTCTTOM FTNANfR .
r'LTj1I game. CORPORATION. a f lted F.D.A.T.
,,,.,.* cnrporMttnn. I I. Pttlntlff' and
: a corporation. et a! are-. ,defendant, '"a *>
PNE'L'EVEL' belna ..**. N" JOJ -J Cl,,,ll. the nnderelirnetl ?
Special Mtr pnnlntedbv
I.L I I eald' Sumtnarv :Judnrment, wiflof.
By ...... IL 3*. McRae fer for pl.. and will .." to the
'1 ,hlcheat bidder for caah at the
Bradford... County Cnnrthnnae In the
4 Rev. and Mrs. W. EX Hall and City of Stark, Bradford County. .

$: Mr. and Mr. Felix Sapp were -'-.

MODIL SO-CO visiting Rev. 'and Mr.: J. E. :Xlur- -
rhee of Milliard .Friday. Sorryno Let Us Thoroughly CONVENTIOHAL

Five-Way Automatic Cooking Is i \ to have Church news but write

yours in the large oven the smaller PRICE was away during the weekend. Wash Your Clothes .
Mrs. of Lake Genevawas
the deep-well the deep-well
AND/OR' the weekend guest of Mr. and S Ponds lilerf On a l
Ford'f Conventionol drive ti smooth,
unit at surface level or with an Mrs. Robert Myrtck. -
TERMS Ford Overdrive let your engine loaf along ot oiy to shift 01 you'll find in ony car ot any price.>
appliance outlet. "OOLORTROI. Mr. and Mrs. T, E.: Gordon. Jr. For 40c! '
witches and little daughter were visitingMr. 35 m.p.h. while your car is doing SOl! It save* o .i( But, stop in. "Te l Drive yotir favorite dfl" .

give) you precision con- and Mrs., Alton Gordon atLake FREE Bleach If Desired! you up to 15% on gas. keeps your engineyovng.r. ; 2'1'

trol of surface unit Seven heat Geneva Sunday afternoon. Temple Ave. Starke) longer ond make driving wonderfully '

speeds instead of thu usual five. Mr..aml' Mr. O. R. Alvares and tmoofir and lifent. And {lust a step on _'

"HASTTHBAT" unit for s per. son. Danny of Vanderbilt section eWe the accelerator gives you a iprt of extra CO Drive'!

'speedy cooking. Exclusive aelf- . and Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez for safe pasting.; "It- Come in for a.'"Tiest

of Orlando were visiting the Win __
sealing,self-adjust oven doors. Robert Myrlcks Friday night. o---- IMiMIM-OfttY fOlD elVll YOU A] 1

Come in and see this wonder p I LAND Bl U. '. 1W '
range Mr. and :Mrs. Thomas Gordon Dry Your Clothes T or leo-s. !. v$ o -

you've been dreaming about! were In Gainesville Monday.Mr. ...

and Mrs.. Robert Myrlck\ and For 20c

daughter, Kathy were Sunday dinner

The Pmc+Suttlng Designs Are Coming From Crosl.y J guests of Mr. and Mrs.\ Cecil la New AatomaUe OrientTheWasbeieria

Stalnaker Remember of Starke.the Youth meeting ANDREWS MOTOR CO

ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUPPLY at Pine Level Church Friday.Mr. .

and Mrs. H. M. McRae'

J. R. KITE visited relatives in Jacksonville

last week and last Sunday afternoon I 'Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE Phone 1
f Phone 176 Starke Fla. FLORIDAii -
accompanied by Rev. and ,

. -
,.... -

NOV 2 1951lf

!. 195t/

I I Douglas Mrs. Lloyd Barry Mrs. Ralford visited their mother. Mrs near Gilroy. ,

II IN OUtt i; Jim Williams, Mr. James Thomas, H. P Galney, Thursday of last Our Dad and Mother, Mr and

r", J 'y3S and Misses Iva Mae Lewis and weekFrtemt. Mrs. Belt, have decided to stay in
I 1 Lubedla Ptnholster attended the of Will Tyler of Palatka Kentucky and make their home
; 1
; I BY CLtN? ONNtiR WMS Rally at North Pleasant formerly of Brooker, are glad to there

0n j I Grove last Friday. know that he is improving after Mrs. Bill Lang and Miss Marian
n Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Brown of undergoing an operation in St.
Prescott. who lives near Lutz are
t Worthington Springs were guests Vincent' Jacksonville
. 1 I Hospital vllstlng relatives at Clay Hill.
of Mrs. Mary Green and attendedthe Lee Galney of Jacksonville attended
ItII \ Church Methodist Church O Our in Post1 Carnival Denver Godwin is buying all the
tit \ [ptist I Cod Help Ages Hallowe'en Saturday services at Rock Church
he find
I IIt night. On Sunday Mrs Green had Sunday and Is upending thy week pecans can to take to
of The First Methodist! Church of to( sell. Got 182
Church Georgia pounds
1i I,, F.t/ Baptist as her guests Mrs. Willis Scarborough here with friends and relatives.
i! i II! Sunday morning Rev. Starke cordially Invites you to attend -, A rebellious youth revolutionizes church singingThe and Miss IrU Brown of The Robert Greens oT Palatka from us In one load. Ours are
1 ,!1e( age will be the first worship services on Sunday! Jacksonville. visited relatives here very nice this year. Very few-
0t eS'r m: i 'Doctrines that make i iI I Nov. t, Church School begins at !I clerk read a Psalm. Everybody sang. That Accepting his father's challenge, year-old Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Edwards and Mrs. W H. Chancey of Miami faulty one.
,: and each 9.45: every Sunday, morning lit, evuiybody except young Isaac Watts. After Isaae set about "Christianising and modernising Carl Oliver has secured t
Distinctive" I their son-in-law and daughter of visited her niece, Mrs R. F. Gano, finally ;
before but not bya
4; I, I any\ month I I Morning worship service begins at church that Sunday in 1693 when his Puritan the Psalms. It had been tried
during the of Mrs work at Lee Moore's saw mill
in morning Center Hill were guests recently. rf
that Watts.The
lather like\ of
11:00 o'clock. called him to the carpet laaaa aid flatly
: The
Rev. T.
. f Srent\ Doctrine will be disv -[ O. Mitchell that there was no music In the Psalms. Whereupon following Sunday the clerk read a new Vernon Edwards last Sunday. Started Monday morning but t
fj 1 ,. The adult choir will sing I, preach on the sermon tbe outraged deacon suggested that the young upstart kind ot hymn. It began 'Behold the glories of Mr. and Mrs Junior Hinton of seems there are no houses to move
\jfrj. Mona Canova I subject, "Forged on God's anvil". write something bettor. Tile result of that the Lamb Amidst His Father's throne; Pre New Orlear are spending a few hU family Into. We all hope they st '
t evening the organlst'j I Holy Communion will be adminIstered challenge was a revolution In church singing; par.new boners for His name, and songs baton days here with the Earl Green and LONG BRANCH can find a place to live before
M will be "Open at the close 'of the service. Staid old Enoch Watts must not Dave been unknown. The congregation went wild. They; Ernest Edwards families
,J pastor for the You are cordially Invited to JoinIn thinking when he burled that remark at his teenage made young Watts bring In one ot hie "moderntaed" Mrs Gldd Howard and children By Mrs. J. Strickland long.Mr.
I'angt'listie! message Strickland Is giving lectures r
Psalms Sunday for two y.ar.1baao !
the congregational singing each son For at his boarding school In Southampton every
nr I ved.. Following the evening the deacon himself bad taught lasso five Watts had successfully broken tradition. of Fairbanks and Mr. and Mrs. all this week We had a nice
r nee the ordinance of baptism Sunday evening at 7:30: In the languages before tbe boy was 14. That Is, the Before he was SO() he wrote "Joy to the World Jess Nipper of Ocala visited Mrs Arthur Wilkinson la recoverlns: sized congregation Sunday night. '
n be administered. The Youth;I I Gospel-Service. Special music will deacon taught when he wasn't In jail for acts "When I Can Read My Title Clear" "Am I a Doris Kelly and children last Sun- after receiving some broken ribs t
directed by Geo. Jones will be furnished by the Youth Choir against the Established Church'And for IS rear Soldier of tbe Croas" and 11I0 other notable hymns: In an automobile accident. I He was 70 years old on Tuesday

itt during the Happy Hour be-i I Mr. Mitchell will preach on the t Mrs. Watts bad tutored her oldest son In the writing .- and paved the way for Wesley Newton, Cowper day.Friends of Vernon Edwards are Miss Debbie Phillips was rushed pct, 30, and has spent 91 year. of

at seven-thirty and the :Subject, "Turning Failure Intc i of versa At 7 he bad won a medal for wrltinic and many others. glad that he Is back at home after to the hospital recently for treatment this time In the Lord's work ,
ting troubled times bat he I
Success. > rhymes. H. waxed so poetical that when Enoch laaao Watts lived In. of
the coo confined to the Alachua hemorrhage
being /
direct grega- I '
, tor The Senior and Intermediate threatened to thrash him for rhyming even In his) could have written no m'Or. appropriately for the Our Training Union Is Improvingsome y
I ,( withbringing the plano- County Hospital for several days Pete Brinson was also In the
. 0.1 singing Methodist Youth will everyday: conversation he cried out, "0 father, Fellowships
I.I. music. Mrs. Mattie Sowell, Mr. and hospital the last Ve heard from
> B.d'io' the some pity take, and I will no more verses make!*' 1'."1m,more than two centuries ago and wrote
I.r. School meets at 9:45: : meet at 6:30: p.m. Following the Mrs. C. S. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. S. him but didn't learn what was the president and It seems he Is going 1

r.of ,unday W, J. Woodh m Jr. Sunday evening service all young y O God, our Kelp lit ogee/ fait, If ran the, hills
'I, ,1 Dr.superintendent. Classes people are invited to the Fellow- Our hope for years to com*. iir rnrth received Her frame Miss Mary Mott visited their sister Pompey Padgett suffered a cere one. Wish others would.take f:
njl with ship Hour In the Recreation Hall. Our ihtlter from tin stormy bleat knees. tvrrlaiting/ Than art God. Mrs Olga Prevail who Is 111 stroke of paralysis about three
departments for all ages enllrii' the all much Interest In the work as rap
A Children's Hour Is conducted And our eternal home Jo v'un tome.O
In Valdosta Ga. weeks
of teachers for the more ago and does' not show Im-
uff he does.Symptoms.
,jOfl weekly attenders. Traln- 3:15 every: : for Wednesday all children afternoon between the at '.Under tAB shadow of TKy' thront.Btlll Hod, ovrhelp/ in apes fait, Mrs. Salle! Dukes of Steinhat- I provement. Understand his left
t Unions gather at 6:15: : with may/ tog dwell tecure; Our hope for yrart/ to coma; Ghee has returned home after side Is completely paralyzed Distress from'' l
> ages of 6 and 12. The study of lie than guttt wMlt It/* shall Ida,, several with her I. of Arising
T Lawson, director of the Btflictenl in Thins arm alone my/ v spending days Ada Oodwln went to Ute hospital
r.) the Gospel of St. Matthew will be it And our eternal home.a Varnadoe. STOMACH ULCERS;
r jiom for all age groups.Vld.II'eek resumed And our defense turt. yPutrlbuUd sister, MM. Florence Sunday Oct. 28, for a gall
at the mid-week
Last Sunday Mrs. Varnadoe had bladder operation. DUE TO EXCESS ACID'
Pt service Wednesday
Meeting Wednesday evening, at
Mrs. Ollie Akins of
10 li "the Sweetest Hour of the I 7:30 Trenton as her.gu".ls and Mrs. Ruth Akins of Mr and Mrs. Everett Godwin QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST:

n. -ek' for the more than 70 who Bell. came to our house a few nights f.
,and regularly for worship and At Tabernacle -- ago hunting SWeet potatoes m. "

i Me study. An invitation is extol Elders Davis, Wilson, and Watson that no one else has any and we Over four million bnttlfM of kh. Wui4iTiiassvruMNT
to all to join In the ,.worp Rev. E. J. Sachtjen of Penney and E. 8. Oalney. all of Plant don't have any to spare. b"'. been ...'.1 fin r.Hnf or.ympMm.ef .
,.. .......,
.rlolnll from a.
,services at the First Baptist Farms will be guest speaker at _._ City were supper"guests of E. A.. I Mrs.Elgin Padgett Is back.from and O..m.l Ulc.r. dun to ..._.Ae._
. time ,and find andy the Tabernacle Sunday night at --- ---- ---- Galney last Friday. her p... Olp.n.n, a._ or l/p.et/ ..._.....
.kII ( iie< at any kr Dluitnud Pnturx Syndicate Blnrlnibim,'Ala trip to California. She saw G..l ii t>. H....tburn, .'''1''_........'
I welcome always. 7:30 o'clock. The sponsor will Mrs. Allte Tyler of Jackjonvlllevisited some beautiful _',
--- -- -- -- -- ----- -- ---- country and enjoyed clue to ( < AcM. Ash far "wln
1 bring the message at the morning Church of Christ Alachua hospital last summer I II parenU, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson Mrs. Coon Tyler last week- old] friend. Spent' M.M...'*whtfiti. fully explain.... .tw.rum.r'aewe110,111tlvetnPon I -
t ristian Church' ,hour. + Mrs. A. L. Taylor a former I last weekend. end.Mr. I Iseveral I day. with our daughter/ and ''- -! 'aKOCH

..or .. Visitors from Penney Farms were Corner 10th and McMahun I resident of Lawtey, and Mrs. Sir- Mrs Earl Willis, Mrs. H. C. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen of son, Alonzo and Lorena Strickland IHtUO STORE

.on :Tie friendly church in the heart present last Sunday night Including Bible School_10 A M. mans, both of LaBelle, were over -

n |town extends a welcome to all Rev. and! Mrs. Sachtjen, Preaching; A. M. and 7:30: night guests of Mrs Effle
worship at all services. Bible Rev. and Mrs. Dibble, and Mrs. P.M. \ one night last week. '

r val begin at 10 a:m. with W. A. Darden. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Misses Lou and Ada MfI1er'l We ReserveSTARKC'S

rli tan for all ages. I An' especially Interesting program each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. Jacksonville spent the "
i Is being prepared for the Everyone welcome. with their mother, Mrs. W. r'ARLING' Right
11 : Lord'sp
tornlnjfWorship ,
r 11.15. Youth Meeting Saturday night and wardj Sr.Under To Limit .
.a ? all young people, as well ad others, Church of God8th the rotation of troops!
Evening services begin at,6:30: are Invited to attend. plan, Aubrey Ryder, who has spent Quantities
InT T a. with Christian Endeavor,, &: St. Clair SU. some .time In Korea. Is nowat_ I.

wigeltatlc Service at 7:30 pmttryone St. Edward's CatholicRev. Sunday School 10( a.m. home with his wife and daughter, LOWEST .
Invited. Elaine. Last week Mr. F
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a,m Ryder Grocery. and
Prayer Meeting Wednesday! Francis J. Dunlaavy, pastor Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m visited. his mother In Alabama.

tnlng at 7.30: studying the 1st I x". P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m J. W. Schultz and Dr and Mrs PRICES Phone '
r jpter of Corinthians. Bringr Sunday Mass at 9:13: a. m. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m W. T. Walters attended a church
Bibles. Weekly Mass at 8: a. m: conference at the First Methodist Market.

-Homer Swlndall VllnUter! Confessions Saturday 8:00: to TIIERESS. CHRISTIAN church In Lake City on Thursdayof 70 ,
In, $:.00 P. M. and 7:30 to 8:30: P. t.Children's last week. '
.' CHURCH Cor Call and Sts. tAAA.
Catechism Classes, Miss Arthurlne Blanchard of t Starke, Fla ;
IIi resbyterian ChurchSunday
i Saturday 10:00 a. m. We Invite you to attend preach Jacksonville was the weekend .44 AAAAAW AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVAA A AAAAAAAAAAA

n n School at 9:4SV: Adult Religious ,Instruction ing services every Thursday nightat guest of her father,, A. M. Blan -

; MundsJilp Class 10. a.m. courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P,,M., 7:30: p.m. Young people, are chard, and her sister, Enza. Large
AI II a m. Morning service con tnd by special appointment. asked to 'be present at 7 p.m. for Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly were TIDE 2'7C

ted l by Rev. 1* H. Elkel, of young people's service In Gainesville Tuesday evening of

knville, Fla. CIirRCH OF JESUS CHRIST -Homer Swindall, Minister last week vlaitlng....-Mr. Kelly Osage

,Youth Fellowship Sunday. eve. OF L TTF.R DAY SAINTS slater, Mrs. Tomlinson, who. Is *a .

l'llt'1 p.m.RfflV.IL. Masonic Temple, Call Street. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS patient In the hospital there. Pure "

Sunday School every Sunday HfRCIl Rev and Mrs. W, T. Walters

UNDER WAY morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Services spent Monday night with relatives 'Gallon Jar I PEACHES

I AT CllfKCII.OF GOD 6.30: p. m. A cordial Invitation Sunday School 10 a.in. In Jacksonville. LARD 19C
Is extended to all Morning Service 11 a.m. Miss Idelle Durban of Jacksonville
irvlyal! services are now In pro- Evening Service 7:30:: p.m. spent Sunday with her

'/MI at the Church: of God with St. Mark's EpiscopalChurch Prayer Meetings Wednesday parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Duiban.BROOKER. ;

"i Carl Gold of Tampa ad the night 7:45: : pm. Saturday night 6
'utgelist Good singing and old School 9:45: a.m. Morning 7:45: p.m. Diced Big21-2 25C I

1 Honed Gospel preaching are --H. Corsira PastolLAWTEY '
Prayer 11 a.m. '
'lured In the services which be-' Cans Size Can
I Litany _and Interactions every BEETS 2SC
t i each
evening at 7:30: o'clock. 7:30. Mrs.. K. J. Lewis
I' public Is cordially invited. Friday evening at : \

_. ,,, S. H. Clash MeetingThe
.. -
.. -'h'- ," -' ,' '-- "- -. -, f_ II. FutrhThe ladles of the Adult Sunday Chico/ Fancy Long Grain BIG DRAWING XMAS EVE
--- --- -
School Clasa had a very' enjoy.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Starke held annual on the Hallowe'en school ground carnivalwas last able Howard meeting Douglas at the Tuesday home of night Mrs., 3 Package 39C RBssBsVnsBsBssisfl ii I

Saturday evening with a goodly Oct. 23. After a business session Alaska :.

Rev Lewis D. llalnjes, Pastor number !In attendance. The usual and discussion of plans, deliclouj

Jefferson'&Court Streets- In The Heart Of Town activities were carried on and quitea refreshments were served.!

PHONES Office 234 Pastorium 130 good time was had by all. SUMS Social !MeetingThe SALMON
: Baptist WMS met at theCommunitf Armour Glass-Free with
Mrs. A. H. Harley. Sr. spent the

Morning Services "Doctrines That Make BaptistDistinctive" weekend with her son, 3. E. Har- Center on Wednesday '
afternoon, Oct. 24, at 3 o'clock
ley and family, at Hellbronn' 2Cans
I with Mrs Eugene Crosby, president CLEANSER 29CKim
Springs. _
Evening Services,. -: ."Open My Eyes"SUNDAY and Mrs. James W. Thomas, ,
., Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Buck\ of: In ,
program chairman r.large
11 :00 A.M.. 730 P.M. Daytona Beach were visitors to
SERMONS ; Opening.prayer was by Mrs. Ern .
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.-Training: .Unions 6:15: P.M. Lawtey Wednesdsy of last week. est Edwards. After devotional by Tall Con39C
J, H. who had been,Visit .
311U-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. Moopj ? the president, an interesting skit .-
returned home at 'thattfme. ,
ing them,
was presented by seven
After a discussion by Mrs. Thomas, Tall/ 2 Cons d

\1SIT TilE CIIURCII WITH THE VISITING PASTOR Weekend guests of the O. J: the program was closed with MILK 19C I

..... ., .. .. Phillips family were Mr. and Mrs i prayer by Mrs. Lloyd Dyal. Re-
of Macon, Ga. and
James Phillips freshments were served by the
Mrs. Coleman' Phillips of Tampa. I hostesses. .*

Mr. and Mrs. 'John Brown and 4-II Club Steeling Dixie LilyMEAL" 13 PRIZES GIVEN *

Hear Pastor. Bob Gray Sunday children accompanied by Mr and 4-H Club members held their

730 P.M. Mrs. Ralph Wise of Starke, :spent first meeting of the new year last 11 !

+-j. Speak on this Subject the weekend with Mr. Brown' week /when Miss Dorothy Rosa, GRITS' hgb. I 16C, ss.ss..HHBHHHHBHi
mother, ),[rs. S. W.,Brown of Ocoee. home demonstration agent, gave a

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt Jr. demonstration on gardening.( She RubbingALCOHOL

The Greatest Sin and children of Ocala were.weekend treated :aome tender green seeds I

.; guests of his parents, Mr: and with a chemical powder to keep Your Favorite Toilet
Mr... J C. Prevatt Sr. them from decaying In the sand,

Mentioned in the'Bible'Have Mrs. Joyce Futon and daughter: thus Personal Insuring Hems better germination. Reg. Size for

business visitorsto
Mary Julia, were SOAP 3 23C
Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis of
( You Already Committed It?) Gainesville on Saturday. Jacksonville Beach visited their

Mr. and Mrs. Perry Mobley and

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, HamptonBible children and Mrs. Blanche Terryof Suffered After

Ft. White were vUlting.. Miss Prepared
School 10 A.M. B.T.U 6:30 PM Elizabeth Terry Sunday afternoon I Every Meal Due Pint. IOe

Mr, and Mrs.V. R. Reddish were To Acid Indigestion Quart
"The Church with a Warm Welcome For Everyone" dinner guests of their daughter, MUSTARD I 14C

Mrs. J. O. Godwin at the State Recently a lady stated that she
Sunday, the occasion being after -
Farm on wa troubled with Indigestion BBBSSSSSSSSSl iBB S.BMSBSBS.BBBBBaW
., a birthday dinner honoringMr. every meal regardless of what
yyyyyy..yy..y..yy.yyyyy..y.yyyyy.y..yyyREVIVAL Ask About
Reddish and his grandson. she ate or how much she ate That Osceola Tickets at Starlings !

Garland Godwin. she had tried about everything

Leon Uocke, who tan been on sold for stomach relief but with 10 Lb. Cloth Bag
the battle front In Korea Is home no success until she got INNER- RICE

for a visit with his mother Mrs TONE. She stated she was amas-

NOW IN PROGRESS Mary Locke, and his sister, Mrs.J. ed with the results when she took
this medicine. Now she eats with ICoraedBeef
.! S. Eunice Jr.
out fear and ,Is free from Indigestion Better Brand
Mrs. Mae WelU returned to net
for the first time In years.
home last Sunday after a week
8" and St. Clair st.. Starker Fla.. spent National In Miami where Formatters she attendedthe Con- of combined Jukes from with Nature's blood building plants DOG FOOD 3 25C II

REV. CARL GOLD of TAMPA vention. Combining business with IRON and nerve strengthening Fray

pleasure, Mrs. Wells also visited VITAMINS B-1, B-2, and B-6. It

EVANGELISTOld her daughter. Mrs. Jack Bales and has relieved many people who LekoBLACKBERRIES I Ben f
children while she was In )'[lamL had never been really helped before os

Fashioned Gospel Preaching Recent guests of Mrs. Catherine by any: medicine. Taken shortly Ne2

Good Singing Teare "were Mr. and Mrs. O. W. before meals It mixes with your 25CCan

Davis and children of Brooker. food and aids digestion "thus

EVERYONE CORDIALLY INVITED )Mrs.\ Teare and the small daughterof eliminating gas and bloat", So q
Mr. and Mrs. Davis Barbara don't go on suffering" Get INNER-

", Services Each Evening at 7:30 Davis, became fast friends while TONE at KOCH DRUG STORE. t :

AA A A A they were both patients In the (Adv.)




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ly In the United States liable for I Maim,, '. In whl.I II I It I Wit" ",.,"" <. CHILDLESS MARRIED MEN
Baptist ax toii.uu| 4. you< .. 1'h...
I the draft. They are exempt only (','rtlflfate. N, 18 Yi.,II "f bou- ilili notice shall be publUhed pl"t,

AFFECTED BY DRAFT LAW CHANGEThe if they are citizens of one of the Meet Tuesday aloe. May ::11. of A.P Property. 11147Dnxirlptlon That. portion once week each.i In- the week Bradford for four County Consecutive Telegraph Yuu.This, "

WELDING 20 countries having military exemption of NWV of NW!(, H..c. 4 W ot ,," ""non : .
new draft regulation, recently draft law pained by Congress last treaties with the U. S.. Circles of the Baptist WMU will Hrooker New River Itnad. A that Uuted thl* list day of October cacti I,, I") '/,:
; :::h.I"
Truman I I of NIBtt ut Sec.! G 15 of Stout: I c
President Juno from meeting portion
by They Including monthly
signed range their regular
or If they are diplomatic personnel hold Hole Koad RI ton 4 *" 5, Town hlt| (OFFICIAL. 9FUL.) A. J Thnma, jtt l
I'q make childless married men some aliens In the draft to lower Under the old law, alien *. Tuesday afternoon at 2 7 Boulh iun0, Icest. B A'r". Clerk of the Circuit Court. 1861 I""
Myrtle T Deavr Deputy .
service. the volunteer limit. In whiCh a*.ei...ed: J..I1J By Clerk1VOTICR 'Ob'Ftcr.\L
eligible for military ing age could not be drafted unless they o'clock. Name 11/1 tl 11/23 S1'CI..rk .\.

The presidential action alIImak..s /) Of major effect. however. U the had taken out first citizenship. paper Lorena Epperson circle, Mrs. B "vPtlfl.nte:: No.1 II l: Year of I.KU- i -TO "APPKtHla By tfyrLie T D.5.al I''.

other changes in Selective permliuilon to draft childless married *. T. Thomas leader. will meet with sn'a May :31. A or n."rop.rly.1948, !8HV' of ('(pr." ('"...t. Bradford cases,

Service rules In keeping with men a change Selective Serv- 2. Allow 17-year old to volunteer Mrs. J N Pickering N\v 1''rlpU..n'VI, 11..110118.. Township Mouth: I trlilai> In Cb".eerr, > .

thiBOAST I ice officials believe will make IIO!>,- with the written consent of Daisy Fowler circle. Mrs. Maxie llana-e. SI Knl: 40 Acre. Ruth Lkhten. PJalntlff. v.. !Stanley
..ed' M. C &
Name, In which ae Uihten, Defendant. Can No. I'm
We offer the people of Stark 000 men formerly deferred eligi- guardian. The former age limit Carter leader will meet with Mrs 0 I I notice 1'. App....
ble for duty BrIg. Gen. Louis Ren was 18. j R, A, Oreen. i iI Cert'lf iVa'te"Nn. 13. V.tll' of Ii..u- To: Stanley Llchtenr whose re.lI -

;t Mud vicinity one of the most frow, acting director of Selective 3. Force conscientious objectors I Ida Darby circle Mrs. W. L.,|anee fI..II'lion June' 1. Ie nr n. Pro".ly.19f9.I N'.. nf I deuce>"ou 1 and are adilreB heieby I Ie:notified I'nknown.that a

Service .aid about 200,000 of this to do some work of national Importance Andrews leader will meet with, 1.ot 44. In Woodlawn. Section II,j I null for IXvorce hu" been filedaffalnxt
modern and finest equipped total be drafted. I.ToWhli> 5 Mouth Range 28 East. you In the above flhifledt'urt
Mrs. A. J. Thomas :
for and cause and you are
two It'phyal required
I Building Florida! In Our BoaatWlilla The new rule are for the guidance able. All years I Dora Alderman circle. Mrs. O.'j,\ Name" In which aaw*.,.tl Ottn to Nerve a copy of your answer -
cally lake
must physical I .
welding shops anywhere.All Buzzard From of or pleading to the complaint on
Starving local draft boards. Selec- 1I'hmlt
examinations and If a eonsoien- B. Flynn, leader will meet with C..llrl'atftNn. B7 Year ef IHSII- the rlulntlffw/ Attorney '1', Frank
f Work GuaranteedSMITH'S Coast to t'oat.FKKK tive Service has said a few of them tlous Mrs. H A. Lawson. I.,I' '., ,,"ru..., ,.Mtiurk.. Florida and file.
objector Is found not "phy.lcally "ne.irrp"Vf'W 8 the original the offlo of the Clerkof
Prompt Removal of deadCatllrvJIornew already have been reclassifying or mentally qualified for milItary 1 Circle 5, Mrs. F. B. Beard. leader ,' WH\ nf WM.\ Feotlnn 1'TnwnVlp *, : the Circuit Court on or before the
GARAGE chlldesa married men. will meet with Mrs. Jesse New. S. Si.oth. Hang. It Fat 8I
Mule* and 1101('". service he should not be required ,
: Men affected would be thoa to perform work in lieu of some at 2:30 o'clock.,; Ie"Nn.: In *hUI aH. ...,[)oed: Z. R. DO YOU KNQW ABOUTROACHES
AND MACHINE SHOP Phone FLORIDA BKNDKRERS within the draft age bracket 18>. induction." I I .
itawCertificate Year of Issu.am's
.\, Temple Ave. Stark STAKHK 132 or to 26 years old. 4. Spread the draft more evenly WCTU Holds MeetingMembers No 31. ?
I 'ofVo'p'erty
I GAINESVILLE 3330 Collect To prevent last-minute claims for ......rTp'tlon Ix.is 1.2.
,I deferment "based only on the registrant's through age groups to prevent tooI WCTu'I'I I 141k I 0' $1100' ? Acres South Suh.diy, ftsnge,' $ection When you fight roaches, you try
heavy callup of young men. Ren- of the local I II.I Township to get rid of them all. not Just

jl opinion that his wife re-1 I' frow said m some cases draft held their October meeting; In the:,:u Name 1..1.. In whIch" a..e*..edH: A kill the few that you can hit loo late to
" I has become the duet that walk.
f \ V new cently law clearly defines pregnant"child. boards have dipped deeply intoyounger Tabernacle chapel last Friday,'''IM.n..a.. the said properly' .being.. I- Into with a pray powder or l>y accident

: age groups while pools of afternoon at 3 o'clock. The prell- : I lIP County of Rrad/ord. State ofrltrnle ResidenceLnsur B

i tI 3S 111 Under the amended law"child" older men were available. 1 Ident. Mrs. Virgle Avery presided, : *. 'ePI K3D'ROACH
means an Infant from date of con .. such certificate or
5. Lower physical standards to and the devotional was in charge c!: flcate. hall be redeemed arpordlnto KILLERIS
ception. A man may obtain deferment of Penney : law the property <1." tho.e of January 1945-the lowest of Miss Elizabeth Nelson \ willis '
((1' f !-" only If his doctor says a child point In World War II-and reduce Farms. !' sold r..rlltle'.I"to the highest or certificate bidder at th" DIFFERENT -
Two = ] has been conceived before the mental I'('otirt Hou.e door on the first M' Roaches eat It becauee they Ilk.
j"I requirements. After of the recent State Ill' Inquire
;; draftee Is ordered to report for In 1 reports ; day In the month of December. It. They dry up and die. Safe to
6. Provide for calling up doctors Convention Mrs. Avery IntroducedRev. which la the Srd day of December."nwled u... Non-polDonou to. man and

I Ton L..1131.. duction. according to length of military who madea I _
k prior Sachtjen a visitor this lt day of November
The new regulations for the first P"l5c
service rather than by age. short talk on the evils of .al. 1951. ... of Circuit and 25c Pkgs.. Charley E. Jo
time also: A. J. Thn. *. Clerk
il _500( OTHER MAKES Those who have aeryed the shortest cohol. court of Bradford Countv. FInn.dii. at
Ch"I I. Make aliens living permanent- 11/1 4t II/II AgencyTHE
I Trucks period would be called first;
e t. IN STOCK Some temperance books, recently Sistrunk Feed and
tl 1! 7. Add "pharmacy chiropractic received from the district organization 1NOTICB! TO APPB' nl Phone IS StARg
or chiropody" to "medicine, dentist .. rirolt ('".... nrmltord County, Seed Co.
were given to the president Klorllt, In Chancery
2-Speed Axle -- Long and Short Wheel1949's NOL'CII ry, veterinary medicine, osteopathy distribution to the county Rnlph ":. lUstofl Plaintiff. v*. Ida. STARKE FLORIDA
IS TIIINOAS optometry In the provlslorui schools Tonlllla DuHlon DefendantCae t..
s> \ MODERATION!: WITH SAFE. for consideration ... No.- net Mfff. by McPhail Product. "' ..
IIpecal* to N..II.. T.. A..p. ....
r : I TV WhEN IT IHJMES!' TO NARCOTICS students in the healing art.. October Is Roll Call month, and I 'J'.: ilia ....,.nllll.. DuHton.. whose Orlando, Flow '"
\ LONG WHEEL LIKE ALOCIIOL." those who have not yet paid dues residence. and adtlreB I IH: Generalpellverv. "._.ntln, THE TRAVELER
I>enver. Colo.n ))It. GEORGE; W. ANDERSON. are requested to mall them to the I! You are hereby notified that a .
t For 12 14-Foot Body 1,095.00 Young People Enjoy been fitetagt.ln.t
or TilE NATIONAL VOICE treasurer or secretary. .nit, for Divorce the ha above named" .
,! you In
For 16-Foot Body 1,195.00 Tacky Party (.......I and cauite and you are required
I '\JUT !MK.ISEIGIIBOKS. MATI I'!TT'$ to nerve .a copy of your' an. ,

. i Short Wheel Base 995.001950'n The young/! people of the First ,ewer the Plaintiff or plendlna. Attorney to the complaint T. r-iank. on
THINK OF HIM: [ll.amlrum. Htnrke. Florida! anti' filethe -If :
I .
1 CtirlstlalT Church enjoyed tacky original the office of the Clerkof
4 and Hallowe'en the Cllllllt Court on or before thr,3rd .
party Tuesday He is
With Above Wheel Hose $200 HigherAlso deeply religious a successful -, day of riecember. 151. otherwine .
l night on the church lawn. HosU business man who Is always I!, the allegations of nail Coin"

on this occasion were ReV; ant) vitally interested In all Issues ot 1.l

I large selection of new and used Farm Tractorsand Mrs. Homer Swindall. Late In public interest and specifically;! t .L: .::' .,---.' '

-oii the evenlnrefrellhm/! nta. were| school and community affairs. He :
Machinery. Drop us a card : PHONE 218 i
: served to the' fifty young people has served as trustee of the Hamp-! *
780152, and our representative I
present, I I ton School back when each school .

; MOTORS had trustees.. He has served In! COLONIAlFLORIST __ __

r CARD OF THANKSMrs. I the past and I Is now a member of, _'

S WILLIAMSON eeooe. Richard McCarthy"and, the City Council of Hampton. He]I 1
family wish to Their
express deepest owns a home In Hampton where!
gratitude to their neighborsand he I
i. 5700 N. W. 27th Ave. MIAMI FLA. friends engaged In business. He Is ,' jt,
for their kindnesses ,
I a great booster of Bradford Countyand I FLOWERS _
, durinthe/! Illness andv passing of Is vitally Interested In the continued "Ak

I., ) their beloved husband and father. progress of the public I FOR ALL OCCASIONS:

r II schools He Is married to the former -I
,\ j----u-: ; Ruth Williams of Hamptonwho

I taught fur several years in A-: "

:l.. !.i, n_ ._ 'I WANTED fo BUY the Bradford County Schools (j) IJL1L _
: '
WANTED -RellHl.l* ':'ii"ohl': take ll\I)IOS KEPAIRBD m1 I They have two children who attend
It nf ,
far IM yxnr dny I' the public schools
for wnrkliiK mother. Cull I II All "' .....* All Medela PULP WOOD I As his neIghbors
" i\ after 6. 1 UpBKIIVFI. II.M NO tin hi t> phNFoTfn .nnpftnIH ... we highly commend Mr. Mat-
'' << ,". t'. IIIIKPIII: <:mi 1 I HEARING AID HOB
II : 1AH IIIFHHI KRATOHHHeKUlartv :: Ton Mr. tall at. II...... ph. sto: NORGE"Seifsiarter" CROSS TIES chett to the people/of Bradford!
f! priced at 13:III! OK. priced County for their consideration ai \ POTT RT

::1( h..t to thIn"oil I 'na..t II7UII5 Hlmle. On. Yon* I'o' _can't 'HI'IVK'I1' I.t'' tINM4)ili.It and Pine Timber one of the three School Trustees! KNOWS WEAR !
: "I"It'I' YOU
GAS to be elected POTTED PLANTS
c Only 10( % hoWls U Munthit. pay on November 6. j ,
FOR n"ST-M..II.: im> for i..iuple. mile from city llmIn .. -CAdv.) FLOWERS ,
tn be found WIREDANYWHERE Some people who are hard of hear cord.Nobody know.you'
,,i on. Keyetone hlwhway I.. | VHmllli Onlm'Mvllle Htnre,
MI IOU( W,401i I'nlverHlty. (Plume Tor i A'UflT OMteolnI'hone Iteil. ... no pilot liglt. Most amazing Will Pay In Circuit c....... Bradford Conalr,!I becauae they don'wan to bconaplcuoua. helpful fuahlon booklet.

FOB 8 A MO:-Strawberry plant improvement since gas ranges Kl..rldm la Chnerrrr. I Nona St Stark. Sonotone by a famoui fa
r Inric healthy' with whit. root. L.Ailllt3[ )[ imulloDM&: with heat 'pitvute were" invented. See this feature Highest Cash Prices Fred Hlemer, Plaintiff. va Coneep- ] Today' Sonotone la email and illtioeasy ,
About ai 'nlc root a. 2nd run. ,
I' or connectln bnth Vary don Rlemer, Defendant .
c: / ni.m. II t |>.r 1,nno. 1'1.) M. W&.dln.mtl. aultabl for men. lit,.*, Tltii I S IP. North Waltlo TRACT through a tiny Jeweled pin that
lip lI/t loin, 8JI H. \\ &.lnut Bti| 11/11 \otlre. T. Apnenr. I
: Ti- ha no outside telltale microphone
Rlemer whose I "-
r.: FOR 8M.K' --For mimonnc b.yoml IKH'SK.f VOn KF.NT-M. C. r.. May Only .".fd.n.... In: aijn Amsterdam Ave.flu. 4 : .. -.-.---._: '
. I. |'uw.r IIn.... 39-vnlt fl...lon light Hnmpton Kill', hi'| 11/ $224.95 e .. New York. N. T |i
plant I pnniph't with liultcrloi an.1 l You, are hereby notified that a''I
two xtra' U-volt. tnntom. flood iron HALIC-5-rooni hnune, mm -SEE- slut for nivnrc and other relief has ,,,.,\' "
cnndlt, .si. Pi. .tun lino T.*.."'.. If <1... pletely furnlxhed Lot fill.Ion. Hot been filed against. you In the above I' SEE ; .A!. t\\1$
ulrvd Writ l...m Whltrhrad. Hog and cold water, gal auri eleutrlfa04 named Court and I Irequired .
. I I J31. Tin III win. Fin 1HVOR > Park Ht tip It/D GAY'S HOMEAPPLIANCES to serve cauaa A copy and of you yotiranswer ar* I I I

A. E. McKINNEY or nleadln. to the \1 vC.4\:
'I 8At.fo1--n..I..I..r".$ nrahnm. bull Nly.e9tlXCNLiNt' '" "" ",,'1'\0 oi. the Plnlntlfr. Attorney complnlnt -, ,
ff motithii. ..lt. full brother to the () ITY forman / ,
William O. Morgan fin '
fnmmiff twInN. AHU! I rarnrd ItullFine with tn aupply ( ? Clark' Ritild.ins. I -
\ oar con.un.r.with At Starke Taii'Stand Jcktmvllle, Florida. and file //,,;.
", low with 8 pigs and a 400 nver Sf>0 hntihcit l prndtiot the original. tn the HERBTHOMAS .
office of the r5nrr' _
Hi ID month- old Kill In Ttrarifnrd $ worU
County top
I 1 trnrtor, In K"IM: | onnilltlnn.Oomplete : for .Itn PHONE 150 Clerk of the Court on or before the T ni:
Inir other Ife your own ** PHONE 10 S'th dir of October, mis I otherwleethe FASHION :
net of household furniture. tiiilld yourelf a future In a Minlnei Starke Fla. I I
Inoludlnv eletrlo and alienation of mold Complaint. -
"' Htove where a.e I I.. no hnnillonp FOR MEN AND
Kelvlnntor "Hte Don I) atthe Court and Madison will b taken a. "nro..d bv vou.
nlonll. Sts. "
. I Bnver Itnnrh "stnrke. Fin 1tTWArn .. Write( Itawlelvha Dept FAK17011(1 -I---' .. '. Thl notice ehnll b.. puhllhedonoe D For Women t Plues.0d free booklet
%H> H/u ... .
each week for four I
J. 000aeeiltiyeweeks ...
D For Menu Tie tend free' booklet "
: voi-n ot.nsrovn' IN n* In the Bradford County Tel.-
.1\ : NOHOR UKp-HIUKRATOn.: a month '
f down payment on a new one M e
.will m.k. you a liberal alli>wan..eHl old. .eir-defroHler. I* ft. tmxC'heap OUTSIDE : this :57th dajr of !September' WINNER N.m....4..........................
, ld. (la.Cn. I In Rlertrlc WMfthln; machine, SNOWWIIIEPAINt 1 leti I

,. nnlv 91R .,u"t condition. I ] I ImiulreKoch' (OFFICIAL SKAf.V A..J. Thoma. City................................. .
, )'On ST--a..nnm: anertnient with Drua store Ito TITANIUM. LEAD and OIL ;;; t Clerk of the Circuit Court. DARLINGTON U . . U .
bath, all furnished. MihiganRnnh :::::::, By Myrtle T. Denver, nenutv Clerk
\ '" InoI C'llll III-ST-Itoo.: furnlHhMd t.i..of $4.95 VALUE. I
kitchen. $:=:=== &? ... Ills| 41 ICtNOTIfK |
reduced for to __
I: Pt'UVISHRn: A r.\TtTM FST for rent. do *...... .hollHecle.nlnv. Apply 410Onter '''O'tOW.T*- "'yJ A Point you con rf.o.mi .0 $2.50 OF 500 Mile Classic
ZWUifl Foil
. and Mndleon Ht, mark, lip eat to pool, rub. weaN eff .. ,
nil C'hurrh
; corner :n
) AY.. Ito turn veBow....... eta IIbon.,. NOTICFJ IS IIRRKIIT. : fltVEV:
. }
SK\KHU< t'8KI IAN 11AVOKM for back ...... ... h. S GaL C_ f That. T J. Aldermnn the holder of
:. FOR RAr.-Un..r.. 1 "farm, t mile **!.*. lluaitonitbly. prlc d. btlaFnn ... Over Million goMone ..w.. the following certificate$ 'has filed I GRANDNATIONAL
" Fr.lahfPr.paM 0
n" r. Ito said C E ETo
I north of ilraham. See J. w. Tone ..c..t coverage far brkk. certificate for n tax Deed to
for ,detail tin lt '1dWANTrilPfJABf.I 20 ..... be hustled thereon The certlflcati' ,
j ., $r.1-e AKC: regisisrad Cocker __'_ __ wood, concrolo and cinder .* J Number and: Tear; of Issuance! fhe
i WOMAN to puppltfa. a week old IlIon and rade.-Mra. Kill Thornton s.y. Money On This ,
run motor potirt I.lvlna: tissIirr.an4 apodal factory Prfo \ I
t n 11 '
eommliiMlon: Phone fl-\V It Tea_..... iS I I

FOR KKMT 1.bedroom hollee, tinfurnlehed I .
WBPCINO AND BIRThDAY TAKRH" Also a.roonl *partnientfurnlhe1 SNOW WHITE PAINT CO.I .
-$t tin. Order taken at Dahmer' !. l.lvht and hot waterfurnlKhed D BRADFORD
Olft Shoppe. Phone ft8-.J ff Tluwnaialrus.. tin. Move O. Box 86 Jacksonville Fla. CIRCUIT
and refrigerator. 90} W Madleon.IIP. FL':
SINnR: SIRW1NO Machine Company LSTARKE .
Phone l*n. M>la HIHH IIH HM HMM
Laka City. Pla H B HM MHBMIHBM
, will repair your machine In tip I KI'M.T Al'TOMATIC niectrln Herniafor
1 top condition raonat l W* sale at wholenale cot, HlHderl Eat Your Thanksgiving Meals FrI.. Sat. Nov. 2, 3 CHAMPIONSHIP.Late
u.. only senuln Singer part *. <**o It. BIG .
Our .lervlc ".,'. will pick up and DOUBLF-.J.feature: FA.Sponsored .
delivery a..rvlc. upon r. i New Slnsr inarMnea are u.lail- Stroller and valkr omhlnatlon. with SLADE GAS CO. CANOVA Model
able on reasonable. term like new, $10 Threequnrterlnll IN MIDWAY'I
bed complete. fit Olntburner .
Nenco. heater flO. 411fenrer
FOR 8ALFtln..r female I mo. I Rr ito -- -- LouisianaHAYRIDE ((1949-50-51))
old keaullful red faun, champion I

Putnam blood. line Hall.r: *.nVK..,,H .Terry 1911: I Iif I AT'TAI'TIVI. nlhed apartment newly for done rent over lradv fur. WITH EVERY RANGE PURCHASED DURIXO 0 by

Anrtmenta nti Ctar. 8treet hoper NOVEMBER WE ARE GIVING I'I
month. A J. Thoma, .,... I
Camp Trailer.
practically new, Price reaeonahle ..-....,
K, Q Duncan Htarke. ftp I IlIVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvyyyyl
ron al.\l.Jr.-e) room house. S acre. 2-lne fttr..jI The KID FromKANSAS
fenced t pecan tree.. I pear treelarae \
and mail timber. lights and lb. flaeou AT FAIR
MATTRESSES\ water. Can tel.l.. clear title and >t Ib. OlM
vacate at 0"1'.. Cash "..nO. tH Dick Foran Leo Carrillo -
OF ALL KINDSItENOVATED mile Old Blending Rnad ?drn. 1 Doa. Eggs .
Dnllv Hendrl*. Rt I. Starke lipO."JC 9-Orap frult Andy Devlae

flu SerlsJ and Cartoon ...
qt.MUk .
Free i iKCorfMlo ro{

ALL KINDS to 7 Ib. Turkey Sun.. Moru Tues...

: AT S I lt BeanaBnIUn Nov.. 5,6FRANCIS RACES


Ileupholatereil and 3 UM. Swnnt Totatoes GOESTO
; FOIt MH.I'I-I.m! houee with bath \ Oa. OMTH
t'nfnrnlhed II.HOO. F..t I llth
RefinIshed ftv
... > tn "..fl.'.. ,dee Mr.. M llnrr S Apple* THE RACESDonald 200 'LAPSNOV.

HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. Thomas, Temple Ave. 4tp lllROOM | Also FREE 1 Oery13 O'Connor Piper Ijturle I Thursday

Box 230 PaJatka, Fla. COTTAGE FOR RF.NT: I IIe.4 Lettuce anti Franrln. 4 2:30P.M.

(44 .A4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFOR Modern Utht, water, bath etc. p* Mayo.aai, AIM NKHS and CARTOON
Frehly painted and deoratd INSTALLATION s
8AtK->One la..c. clectrlora |1S. Pasta Far Farm Therea ALL RIDES

..0. practically. *new. On rii- 4 te 11.' 9 Iba. Rloa Wed.. ,Thur. N&v. 7. 8 JACKSONVILLESPEEDWAY
play at Carl Juhn !!lIon fur llaO
I each Carolyn H. Red.r.ve. Ho PKEO: TANB NOW BPAPT: for next ON SOME RANGESSLADE 1 Package MahmHs BIG DOUBLE FeatureA '
year'. plantlnv ,$.....1.1 price, i.
FOR TUP! Bt'DOKT-MIVDED tlrlde *'tandln In field Santa Ke Farm. Package pie Paj TICKET TOTOMAHAWK 9
_. >lrvS
4. |0. Kns-raved Wadding tnvllat Thei'eeea 4tc till <
\ tlons on fin. raff-content paper, PackAKM Pie FlUInf
.A* only $14(S. Bradford countyTelegraph FYBftflT.A BS F.\III'R8 Finest Cranberry SauceS .
tf typewriter eraser ever made. Reload .
In IS seconds with Fyhrrla Iba. Meal JACKSONVIlLE FLA.
FOR SALE-Four acres with Refill Ant *o.* Guaranteed "For a i. i'iu, la TECHNICOLOR No Gale Charge

large -room house 3 bedrooms, .".r". Rradford County Telegraphtf Dan Dalley. Ann Baxter

H' baths' all modern con..screened ANDTHESOUL Drivers From All '

I porch, 2 car gtr. 3 ml. east of 10'"'' M4L.K John Deere M'Hlel M \ |
I Tractor and equliMvient.. Oood con. OF "j Sections U. S. A. C. A.
Starke on old Klngsley Lake rd "Itlon VT ft Rlbley. Pom Ml. Gas Co.

Priced for quick sale. Owner on $terk.. or Sliver Lake lip IIHKf.P /' A MONSTER

premises. V. Jotuuon. Rt. 1. Box OI..oRJoO .Man and woman Phone 121 i Ro*. HoLi .rt. Oro. Macredy" NASCAR Sanctioned ON THE
260, Starke Fla. 3tp 11-2 fir maintenance' work NewKlnixley Starke. Fla. j
rvach tf -

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