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 9, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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1 j General's Opinion Asked I BRADFORD' COUNTY TELEGRAPH ::::; f C

Small Claims Court Question

Official County Publication Established In 1879

)t County Commls.a ,unconstitutional since they are. in I

ruling by At- reality local bills passed In the I I .-

flja* Ervln this guise of general acts, without I \'()LUMK: SEVENTY-THREE! STARKK. FLORID'RIDV. :NOVEMBER .. 1M1 NlTMBKlt HKVKNTKE1V

\\'hpther they 8houlderms proper notice to the persons affected.

a special of the Act General, reo' The. General Act provides that I Jurors Summoned I I Welcome BHS GraduatesTo
r Rousing Andrews Announces
j ,> Bradford County, In the Judge of the Small Claims; For Circuit Court Celebrate Guy
I mall claims court Court will be appointed Initiallyby
a ; .
m provided at the the Governor and henceforth' be Beginning Monday Planned For Homecoming Tonight

"' the State Legls- elected. The Special Act provides I 1 When the Tornadoes trot out on
that the County Judge also serve A panel of 18 juror. were chosen
the field for their encounter with For
as judge of the Small Claims Court.I this week to serve during the fall Candidacy CongressGreen
'. action was GovernorYarren\ 5t;:. Leo this Friday night, the air
'! of a petition If an additional judge Is named I I term of the Circuit Court which will be filled with a festivity far :
business men to handle the Court ItT will not!, opens here Monday. It is reported
Starke beyond that of juat a game.
mean additional I that there are approximately 20
the Commissioner expense to the \lieu Governor FnUVr 'arreA Jill be Homecoming for all the old
General Act; rath-- county as there is no salary attached non-support canes on the docket, BHS and bang time lanvtore Breaks Political Ice In New
the I arrives at S o'clock Ills afternoon grads a up
Act. to the office The judge 1 1paid III considerably more than ever before. for all those who at- Repeats I Ii
Special front-fees alone. Under the new Welfare Act. a (Friday) to make this "..- j ; can Eighth DistrictGuy

tr [ pointed out that Many of the business men who mother may not even file an application port to the |ioiIe". *| eech from i
doubtful I the courthouse he will enjoy The game Itself promises to hea
Act was of signed Monday's petition had pre for aid for her dependent welcome slept that will probably -. thriller all only two teams that He Is Still Andrews successful t business> man, and civic leader ,
having been pass- viously signed a collective telegram children unless the father has been
prosecuted or !. pending rival any he ban. rrc.."lved" tu. from a similar formation canirovldc. i of Starke broke the political ice In. the new Eighth Congressional -
bill" without that Governor prosecution
Warren requesting \ In the Circuit Court. on his rurrrnt Florida tour. j / St. Leo whipped AdmiralFerregut's I District this week, becoming- first to formally. announce
notice. Courts appoint T. A. Yawn te
public > ,Academy last Friday
time to time ruled serve as judge of the Small Claim Those chosen to serve were L. J. The Governor will be escorted tight<< to the tune of 53-0 while theo A Candidate his candidacy as representative to Congress.

I "population acts" Court. Kite. Hubert'E.. Priest. Russell S.Mcltae Into town by a motorcade of Starke <)al lads were ruining Dela.nd'ahompcomlng Under the new districting bill,
D. J. O. Green. Calvin'Hall. ,. .
uslnes8 and professional men. with a 14-12 score. passed at the last session of the
R. A. (Lex) Green told the Telegraph -
Henry Hlnnon, ,J.;'A, J. McKinney,
who will meet his party between The band has been preparing for I last May that according' to State Legislature the Eighth District -
Jr.. C. Sullivan. Leroy J. Norman, ,
Refuses To Withdraw here and Macclenny, where he I It the occasion for many weeks, and his thinking" he wouldbe
jj Irvin Dyal, A. L. Green OssleWynrv. now embraces a closelyknitgroup
y slated to speak at noon.Preceding director Call Roberta has promis- candidate for Representative
C. S. Kelly L. R. Starling:, a of 15 *
members, hog an hominy counties -
the speech eU-a show unequaled by the band to Congress from the new Eighth
; file.d On Alvarez Lane M. L. Lawson A. L. doodge Edwin of the motorcade and the Gover'' Irice its formation. Every member District. In north central Florida, Including
Williams and D. L. Thomas. I
nor's party will atop at theHogan of the band who Is qualified will I I Wednesday night he made the ( Bradford.

Smith home for sandwiches and beMn the ranks whether he has a I announcement definite when he i Andrews, who was elected County .

I appeared before the Lane, In the event It Is ever deed- County ThreatensTo coffee before proceeding to the uniform or not. Roberts said It I handed the Telegraph the follow Tax Assessor In 1018, has been

B'n Council Tuesday night ed because it would only serve to courthouse was necessary because they couldn'tform ing prepared statement; '
the drill "I shall be candidate for Con- active In business and civic ,affairshere
City's entering a'dls- mess up the title to the other letters and put on a
to the owner- property In. that section to the ex- The Itradford High Ach..olhand without them. The band has) only gress. It is my hope, I If elected, to i .since his release from active)
will be hand to he.fore ,
Condemn Part on play
Lane"". During ent that hardly any Improvementscould Uniforms, but has almost twice render M helpful service to our duty with the U. S. Navy at the
and during the Governor's
the CounclC; safely be made.A arrival hat* number engaged In rehearsals. District. Stale and Nation. My! I end of World War IN
following tho the traditional long experience and seniority In -,
of County Attorney representative of the Florida- game
( moved to enter.the I Georgia Tractor Company appear Of RightOfWayThe State Senator Charley Johns, "open house" will be held Congress will\ enable me to better" ,' : I II I Establishing an auto supply

because no official ed before the Council to explainthe president designate of the Florida In the> U. S. O. Building.\ Music nerve In this grave emergency farm Implement, and hardware

be found describing: costs of repairing' the present Senate. will Introduce the Governor will be provided for dancing rereshmpnts Mr. Green served' In Congress business in Starke upon his returnto
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I of the property and' garbage collection truck body and Board of County Commissioners to his audience. will be served and the for 94.-io 20 veers- before-i--;;; retlrlnir- : In civilian life, he left this after

deed exists showing to discuss the possible purchase of meeting here Monday, Instructed Football Queen" will be crowned. run Governor.' InWorld four of successful
years operation,
belongs to the a new body sometime In the fu County Attorney H. V. highlight of Wurrcn'n visit War II he served as a j I

ture. The company's estimate on Knight to condemn all lands required here will he the 1.n.a.IB.| to C.'E.: Lieutenant Commander attached to assume his duties as tax asses
Capt. Thompson
.. ,
to the legal section.
the disclaimer was repairing the present body for rlKht-of-way on State the Chief Executive of a hand.Monm Navy's I sor. lie is also owner and operator
: i.
the sole purpose of amounted to approximately $500 Road 200 (U. S. 301)) unless right- ', watch engraved with a Korean Veteran lie said that he will make a II Guy AndrewaCandidates of the Starke Motor Court one of

[ City out of a lawsuit Dr. A Y. Covington, commander of-way is otherwisesecured. Niiliahle Mlutemenl. of appreciation Speaks To Rotary Club more complete, statement later. I the most modern and popular In
It ever came up over of the local American The Board's action followed its "from tin* |H>ople of Brad

Ave. right-of-way. Legion Post and president of the failure to reach an agreement ford County.!. know whatthey're Parents Urged To Go this part of'Florlda.Andrewa .
"The men In Korea
pointed out. no Bradford Fair Association appear. with R A, (Lex) Green concernIng Urged. was born on October
was '*
exists at present and ed before the Council with a num- the amount that should be paid According! to press reports, "un fighting for, Capt. Clayton 'Back To School'In 30, 1908 at New River III westernBradford

one when It -la ber of other Legion officers, and Green as "liquidating' damages" to expectedly large aud enthusiastic I E. Thompson told* members of. Starke Next WeekThe County. His forbears were
may cause the County asked the Council to waive the City his property during the highwayIn crowds hare, been cheering Warren" the: Rotary Club Wedn.eday."They've To fileProper
met the Communist pioneer settlers of this section establishing
amount of expense license fee on the fair. He said during his county-by-county tour faculty and students of the
for the three week forces In hand to hand combat and their farms here
past mar
he familiar with the
the right-of-way need- was not recently a prepared statement handed Starke schools have extended a
Gulf OH Corporation. enacted license ordinanceand to the Telegraph| Wednesday While complimenting most of the they: ; know they're fighting to keep to Papers : than a century ago. His father Is
the of enemy'away from cordial Invitation to everyone
the lane had been a that the Fair Association was nllhtIr.! Green stated that: dally and weekly newspapers of( same type Will Andrews, a former member
Florida the shores of America.\ visit the schools next week, designated -
thoroughfare for at a non-profit organization. The Chairman McKethan of the State as being fair and honest and chairman of the
Board of
as long as he had Council agreed to waive the license Road Department told him that Governor Warren has ,maintained Cupt. Thompson now assignedto as American Education A, J. Thomas. Sr., clerk of the

and that the prop. fee.The hI"" did m| set a value figure on that certain "foreign owned" the District Engineers In Jacksonville Week November 11-1T, School Circuit Court, this week requested County Commissioners, and his '

to the City. He Council received a letter of hi. property. lie further stated publications have suppressed the' recently returned fromKorean officials were quick to add that everyone who has announced that mother In Laura Reddish Andrews. '

the fact that the City thanks fromthe Board of I that his deed Is In the hand of truth about his admln*ltratlon, combat where he served as visitors are welcome time, but he will run for public offlc In the Both are members of prominent
Wal- Stewards of the First Methodist He describes! his present tour as'a American advisor to the Capital Bradford
pi-- to Call Street. th. Scale Road I>Department and spring primary, to please come to County families.
1 ;t or any ifn the'mOllt: Church In which they thanked the that he will offer no further protest "mission of truth"; In which he pre- Division of ROt (Republic of I,I that they hope parents In particular \- the clerk's office and fill Out the Andrews attended} the on..room.
THey' .. f the Korea). troops... will make a special effort to
In town. City the construction e> on the amount Involved In Rents his side of the issues InvolvedThe necessary papers. one-teacher school 'at New River
out that way when sidewalks around. their new building the settlemrnt. No condemnation He refuted often-heard report visit' with them next week. Thomas) said several have already through the eighth grade later
mimic supplied by the OIlS that ROKs are not good fight A number of displays are planned .
he the and
Into being proceeding Mill be ......_ done so ho Is sttempt- graduating from Bradford High
Maurice. Edwards, ownermanager said. Band will he augmented by era. Properly trained (,hey are for the windows of downtown Ing to contact the others person i Rc'hoot In Btarke.: He worked his

Alvarez Lane was of the Bradford Engineering! sary. Green... popular tune. from Toby Dow- courageous, non-complaining 'and m"r'hanta, and a 'particular proi ally because I It \\1 .very .Important way./: .through.,.ihe-.tUniveralty'l' 'itt

for,cows, f-oya'and Company submitted a bid for' thej-.-d e- "' -r .. dj' hillbilly. ban*. willed ,I I. ar J '.'tighttothtsBitterSt." ', .thtit grant Jias-TJeeiTJfeT'up! for each day : that they comply.will) the law. Florida.-graduatlng in 1033 with a

an ordinance nw"aa building of tJi' .'tuu: for' the new I widening process, eompanylng the Gtwemar on hid.tnur. Thompson said. during the week. Tuesday, however .I There wan a day when an aspiring (U'grca of Bachelor of Science In

\ many years ,ago to diesel power unit which amounted Green appeared before the Members of he Covernor's No American can see the awful Is the day set aside for the politician had only to pay his Agriculture Later he took two

off the streets. to $5,000. The job will be an extremely Board during its Monday morning parly til\ill dIstribute copies. plight of the Korean people anti County-wide P. T. A. meeting at I qualifying fee and launch an Intensive summers of graduate work In agrk

convenient for law dangerous one, he said, session and requested the Commissioners of a pamphlet entitled "The not feel sympathetic for them 7:30: that night. Parents will follow campaign\ of baby kissing, cultural economics at the University -

1' feed and water the ant- and .It calls for a considerable to raise the amount TltUR! Story of the Warren Adniinlntratlon. and eager to help them from their heir children's schedules and fish fry attendance and hand of Wisconsin.

< as they were lm amount of work and equipment. payable to him to $10,000. The ." more than 40 years of subjugationto see just what school la like for shaking. Now, with the new From 1933 to 1913 ne .

j closely to town and I The Council agreed that the City mm heretofore approved by the the oppression of other coun their eons and daughters Florida election law In force It's by the U. S. was. employed
his talk the Governor Department of
had equipment with which they Board was $7,500, but Green stat-
did belong te no tries. the speaker said. "Plans Include six 10-mlnute periods -
I could undertake a job of this kind ed this wag not sufficient. will remain for a round of hand- Agriculture, beginning as, a clerk
Capt. Thompson was Introducedby in high school and an hourin
J .. FOUR CANDIDATE In the TallnhasNee office and
with his friends
county attorney [ and recommended to the Board of During the discussion that fol. shaking many W. H. Nolluian who had chargeof elementary school to provide an I I Ing to
that he has af- Bond Trustees that his bid be'ac- lowed, Mr. Green was advised that and supporters here. He carried the program.: H. P. Morgan opportunity for parents to meet I I COMPLY WITH LAW up a In position of high responsibility
Bradford In both Washington, D. C.
County. primaries ,
his office stating that cepted. the amount approved heretofore preside' In the absence of the pres- teaoher and discuss the offerings
Upon the approval of Mayor J. was arrived at asa compromise In his 194S campaign for the Cover ha where he remained two years.
I llrtuirord
< does not exist In any Idont, Guy Andrews.against of each clUB.I County alreaily Andrew.
public records of Bradford R Wainwright and clerk Carl settlement and was not to be takenas .!1or hlp. _n_ __ four "lM>na fid." candidates) rot volunteered for service -
Johns, the Council agreed to do- admission of the Board or In the U, S. Navy In February
recent an I
7 He said that on a public office' In the Dmncratlprlmarte
From here he will to Lake
nate'up to $50 on the purchase of that the said amount go I ef 1943, entering as a Lieutenant
IT, the surveyor could only Iltll agents next spring.Taking .
Ii l the "lane" by using old two watches. One Is to be givento I reflects a true value thereof. He fuller where Union C'oimtlann Tornadoes Spoil Deland HomecomingBy their oaths and filing (fIg) and later being promoted to a
will hear him at S
.1 where mention "of It was Alfred McKethan, head of the was further reminded that the p.m. the inMary forms with the full Lieutenancy. After taking a

ind that the lane could be State Road Department and the compromise settlement was offered Clerk of the Circuit Court. this special training course in supply at

>ere from the middle of the other to Governor Warren when conditionally; that it was without Record Temperature Posting 14-12 Conference WinLocal week were Charles A. Darby. Harvard University, he was stationed -
t of he here today. Johns point and that It would not at the Banana River NAS
garage to the middle speaks prejudice' Recorded Here ('har...-.. lard.,,.. and OFt, A. as
zy< Alvarez's home I I ed out that both men had been be used as an admission or evidence \Vlgglnn. all candidate 'for' assistant supply officer.

I Council decided to "stand 1 very Interested In Starke and that for or against either party; Thursday MorningAn football fans who missed extra point was no good. Cleric of the Circuit Court e'ndTheron Andrews Is a member of the
'sri thplr former decision to I without; their help. many projects In the event of a law suit, seeing the Tornadoes mess up De The Tornadoes came back to Starke Rotary Club, serving currently
candidate forCounty
A. Vawn
I disclaimer and keep the I could not have been undertaken Mr. Green said he had left his early season low of 34 degrees land'a Homecoming festivities last tie the score and take the leadIn as president of that organ-

out of any possible lawsuit. : In the City. I deed with the Chairman of the was recorded Thursday mornIng Friday night when they whippedthe the second quarter. Jimmy Judge Izntlon. lie Is a past president of
> then asked the Council If I The largest portion of the do-!' State Road Department and agreed \ at the official State & Federal central Florida boys 14-12 are Rowe Intercepted a pass by Dean AU four raiidiilirti's< dcslg.naleul the Starke Chamber of Commerce

I would be willing to open the : nation came.from.the business men to clear hli right-of-way at the Front Warning Service station probably regretting It this week, and after McRae picked up three themselves. IM their campaign and Is also president of the local

"id allow him to pave It If he'''In Starke and Johns said there was price tim Chairman might set and east of Starke. It is believed that for those who went termed It the yards, Rowe passed to Winkler treasurer and the Florida corporation organized for the pur.pose

"cure a deed tb the proper- every possibility that the balance that he felt the sum of $7,500 was this Is one ot the earliest starts on best game of the season. Certainly on the four yard line On the next Bank at Wtarke .. the Uiponltoryfor of constructing a work clothe.

the lane. The Council de. could be raised without having to not sufficient; that he would set record for winter weather In this1 it was a good one for the outcome I play Prevatt ran It over for the their cmmfMilgii. lun..... factory in Starke. He Is a Mason

i comment on this but did take any of the City's money but tIe for.$10.000. area. was In doubt right up to the score antI Parker's educated toe I All four, noted "no contrlhinIbma" a Shrlner. an Elk' :, a member of the>

wt should any party having due to the time limitation he The ,\Roard refused Greenany last two seconds of the ball game. made the extra point. The Tornadoes and "no rxprndlturr' American Legion and Eastern

uthorlty to make such a deed, would appreciate their authorizing additional compensation.Mrs The advance guard of winter wh..n'the arrived Deland surprised everyone Including were out In front 7- S. to date. Star and an Elder In the First

forward and deed the lane the funds If they are needed. Lucille Green his wife. appeared Sunday morning( their followers, by unleash Deland bounced back to score Presbyterian two
:he City, the City-would be Both watches are to be engraved before the Board on his behalf -: mercury dropped to' around 36 de- ing a running attack that just again In the closing seconds of the an entirely different story a half years, he has. been For and

y to accept it on the back with a message of during the s'ternoon session, grees. Monday morning was wouldn't wait. Everyone prior to second quarter'when, after a sustained First upon his announcement or Jhe Florida secretarynf

Chi asked them to please re- appreciation from the citizens of however. and said that her husband warmer, but there was. heavy game time. had figured that Allen drive from the BUS 47 qualification, the office seeker sociation.He Tax Assessor's As

from naming It Alvarez:! Bradford County and Starke I was out of town and that she froSt./ Spotty frost was also srfenSunday Dean. Pelnnd's pausing artist I yard line, Graves ran Into the end must execute an "Oath of Candi
had been Instructed to advise the morning and Thursday would fill the air with footballs none fumbled and Hearn recovered date." This binds him to his political Is married to the former

I Commissioners that he was refusing morning. BUS; but It was .an entirely i for the tally, Franco's kick party and asserts he Is Elizabeth Graham Sanders and]

jmu'stice DayeTflonies Incumbents ReturnedTo the $7,500 offer. She said' that Some sweet potato vines have different story. Their line, for was. blocked as Earl Alvarez broke qualified for the race. Further It they have two sons Drake, 9, anti

SetMorning Office unless the price was raised to been nipped, but squash and pea the first time this season, opened through and smothered it must list the name. and addresses Tommy, 6.

JKJ.OOO, her husband would request were undamaged up to Thursday some pretty big holes for their two.catbaek. The Tornadoes,scored late In the of his campaign treasurers and! In announcing his candidacy.

rThis In Special ElectionAll return of the deed. now held In morning. Results of the Thursday .. Leon Graves and Jim fourth quarter when McRae received deputies and the names and addresses Andrew. stated that one of hU

escrow.! At this the Board Instructed I cold have not yet been de Ream to scamper through. a Deland punt, ran It back of his campaign depositories chief Interests Is the establishment
:S public is Invited to parti- Incumbents were returned to the county attorney to I termlned. Strawberry plants were Deland scored first; the first 24 yards and the local man sustained which may be 'any bank au- of new Industries. to help balancethe

*"It In thlt annual Armistice Day office In the special School Board condemn all lands required for the undamaged, but there Is no possibility time they received possession of a drive long enough for thorized under State laws to transact .' now largely agricultural econ

!Pun! which will !be held In Trustee election Tuesday. It wasa riftht-of-way on State Road 200 now of "berries for Thankv-" the ball |In the first quarter. Thornss Carl Johns. to take It over for the .business I In Florida. omy of the Eighth District.

al 1 Stadium, at BHS this nip and tuck race all the 'way unless the right-of-way Is other. glvlng". had kicked to their 46 yard line winning score, Johns had taken Next, the candidate must exe- "We should not only endeavorto

IL5 (Friday) beginning at even though only 191 ballots were wise secured. and Hearn and Grave turned the.ball from five yards out and cute a "Loyalty Oath." affirmIng bring In new Industries as we

cast. There was only a differenceof H. A. Reeve of the Bedford loose for 9 and 14 yards respectively run U across, but the officials said his support of the Constitution have done In Starke. but continue

*.* BH3 Band will thern 25: votes between the top andlowS Lake section asked that a portionof Future Farmers Rader got three and Craves hi.* knee hit the ground one Inch of the United States and his to develop our own resources,

** with the National open Anthem men. Delaney Ave. be closed aDd In Receive Registered ran his left end for eight more out. On the next play, Johns rejection of communistic doctrine. utilizing our vast forests, our

which Invocation will be"Xht I* F. Dinkins was the leader return he would deed the County and another first down. On the made sure of the score and buck. ./Then, before he gets Into that valuable minerals, and processing
width through Hereford Bull next play, Ream found a hole 'and ed It over. Parker's try for the of the vote solicitation I. "
by Rev. Mitchell. with 128 votes; A. L. Green was a street of equal ( part pre-election the foodstuffs We grow, Andrew -
T. G. ran It across from 29 yards out for exta point was good again and the
"lain of second with 112; O. J. Phillipsthird some prooerty he now owns. The requiring money ne mu..t- said.
Post 56, Americanran. with 108 and Marshall Mat- Board made no objection but Informed The Bradford County Chapter of the score. Franco' try for the I I Tornadoes led 14-12. or his campaign treasurer must- "This does not mean any slackening .

lI chett. the only! newcomer was Reeves that the matter the Future Farmers of Ainerlc make nut a "Campaign Deposit of
effort to and
I Improve
ihwing expand
the Flag raising cere- fourth with 103 tallies. shoulA be presented In accordancewith received a purebred registered Christian Youth state Motor Courts Oppose Slip" listing the names and addresses
y Dr. our already thriving agriculture -
A. Y. Covington, Legion School officials estimate the\: the governing law and that Hereford bull last Saturday as a of all contributors to the

der, will present a set of cost of each ballot cast as being the proceedings would all be at his gift of the Sears Roebuck Co., I It Gainesville MeetingAn I[ Proposed Turnpike aspirant and the amount each but we should and livestock strive Industry forJ're.t..r ,
n Citizenship the school.I : This Is used In constantly
to close $2. Expenses Incurred In expense.R. was announced this week by V. R gave. depositing
to balance
Thoma.. Jr., Commander I the election amounted to E. Jones, who has been act- Ferguson, chapter advisor. Invitation was extended tOt I The Florida Motor Court Association funds with the listed campaign de. that the In our economy so'
*' Four, American Legion, holding between the went record as pository. It Is made out In tripli great potentialities of ourEighth
approximately $370 and only 191 Ing Road Supervisor since the The bull weighs approximately all young people ages on opposing District will be
"a> ballots were realized. Andrews .
nil'' benediction by Rev.: freeholders In Brad Supervisor of Road and famous Mill Horn Ranch In Texas. 'meeting of the United Christian turnpike at Its recent..meeting In Now the candidate can- spend Additional stated.
41l, taps will be sounded. 2.232 qualified Bridge Maintenance and Constmetl Sears Roebuck tries to keep at Youth In Gainesville Sunday afternoon Daytona Beach. Thor meeting was no money except through a three- Information concernIng -

which| time the Flag will ford County. n and Ms salary was. raised to least SO bulls at all time. In the at 3 o'clock. Thos* persons attended by the- following motor section draft on hi. deiposltory. his platform will .be released J]
at a later date, the candidate .
I.wered The form Includes alorder
to half mast and then ATTENDS'CONFERENCE that fixed for supervisor.St. hand of Florida FFA chaptersand from Starke who arc planning to court operators from Starke: Mrs. .

again. Edward's Church was allowed the local donation was a partof attend the meeting are asked to Robert Meta< \\I tud,,nts above the third B. Ray Rodda attended the annual $500 for the removal of shrubbery that'program. meet at the First Methodist Church drews. Mrs. Albrecht and T- R. giving the amount and Its CommitteeTo

will. attend the ceremonies.Birth. Florida Industrial Commission and] lawn that must be madeIn The only Itch II that the chapter -, here at 2 o'clock. Cornell. During thel/ stay they purpose signed by the campaigntreasurer Meet MondayThe
or candidate; a certificate '-
Educational Conference held the widening Temple Ave. must pay Sears Roebuck 1200 The program I* a part of the were guests of the 2.000 Cottages to be signed by the claimant"

nl Nov. 1-2 at the George Washington should they ever decide to sell the United Christian Youth Movement Association. of the expenditure showing the November meeting of the*

Hotel la Jacksonville. The pro-,j Recent Births bull but they will get Another In an organization composed of, service performed and finally the Bradford County Chlldrens Committee -

(l. alld w.... Leslie Crews of gram was designed to bring about torn. Ferguson said the chapter the young people of 39 major' 8WINDALLH AT CONVENTIONRev. 'order for payment. also, signed by will ge held at Pine Forest

40 announce the birth of alee closer understanding between the I I Mr. and Mrs. George' Jones had been offered a bull before but protestant churches. The cur and Mrs. Homer Swlndall : the treasurer. or candidate and directed Restaurant (Thomas Truck Stop) j
announce the birth of a son George' that they didn't have a farm then rent program has been termed the left 'Tuesday. for Tampa to attend to the depository. The entire Just south of Starke on U. S. 301. j

i kr.. Janet Pauline, on Oct. Florida Industrial Commission ana Oranvll. on Sunday in the Ala. and felt that they shouldn't accept "Call to United Christian Youth the Florida State Convention of I sheet must be presented to the Monday. Nor. 12, at noon. Chair-I

Crew win be remember- all persons'Interested In the hand- ChUB General l HospItaL Maternal Action"\ and Is composed: of three Christian Churches. Mr. Swindall I depository by the claimant In order man S. B. Sparks urges all members

'I Nell Crews who formerly Ung of Workmen's Compensation I i grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, It.The FFA boys also have 24 hogs parts: Evangelism citizenship and will preach at the Tuesday and I to obtain his money., No .erv I to be present for luncheon (

t5I* In Robbing Dept. ,Store. Insurance matters. Clyde Priest. I II growing on their 270 acre farm. community service. Wednesday evening services. I I (Continued to pale 8) aad business program. j

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---- sylvanla. panted by his mother ana brother man < Ju, I, -- H
pint oysters. Break up bread In a I Eva Harrell recently returned Warren, attended the "Nascar"auto e a: 11
--I Mrs. Ida Gentry has 11 1-4 ..
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED bowl fry onion and celery In the Cpl. E. W. Hodges Jr. of Fort the. National Postmasters races in Jacksonville\ Sunday aides 8lb .n: 8I!
BROOKERMr from quit
C. the weekend a r
butter. Add all of the things to Jackson S spent E Convention held recently In Miami. Richard Is a charter member of the Geneva n I
1679rubllitlird E. C. MATTHEWS. owNcn-CDiTon the bread In the bowl and stir well. K. J. Lewis with his parentsMr. and Mrs She had a wonderful time. Wenton "Nascar" Association, Daytona \\'at I
Let set an hour Stuff turkey I W Hodges, Sr. West Beach. I !Midget
Edwards a sightseeing tour to Key Penn hharp"
KveryL.tas Friday and Entered a. Second lightly and sew up. I truss the I T. B. Plnholster and Coy for hem
T. ,\. : Billy\ Rodkey U having fisher-' use.
Vtlog Convention Cunningham accom: Only
Fla. II' attended the Singing Richard I II
Matter at the Punt Office at Starke. turkey tie its legs to the piece ford County
Gieaaa all over with- Crisco, or The regular meeting: of the I at Providence Sunday Telegppk
I Brooker P. T. A. wa* held Thurs
saltless breast afternoon.
grease Lay on Its
Member @% 1951 on a rack In a big roaster. I day night Nov. 1, In the school Roswell Kelly who has been em- Tmn |I

= cover with a lid. Bake In a moderate I cafeteria. I, ployed In Jacksonville for sometime
vf ; oven. When tender turn, The treasurer reported that $606 spent the weekend with his /-Backed with mOlleySall.inf/' .jfoocl %Vai/ (
f $2.75 .".,, .1.00 For SU MonthsAndrew breast up to brown. Whoopee! Carnival.had been cleared on the Hallowe'en. ,!: mother Mrs. Doris Krily. He left j ,

Thanksgiving: I Monday for San Antonio, Texas .
J. A. Parker, school ''
principal : "''''''',
Finds Favor We In America' have so much to as a draftee In the U. S. Army. \ III'I'IIPlr''
Candidacy gave a brief review of the County .
be thankful for. here I shall put PTA meeting held at Hellbronn Mr and Mrs S. M. Mott had as '
'1 With announcement by Guy Andrews of his can- my Thanksgiving prayer, that all Springs.The i guests Sunday afternoon Mr: and
from the ,newly rear- who lead It may also pray. Mrs. Pasco Mott and children, Nell
didacy for Representative to Congress following committee was
t ranged Eighth District, the opening gun was fired in a race "Dear Heavenly Father, we bow appointed to amend the by laws: Sutton of,alnesvllle and Warner
our heads before Thee on another Mott of Hague.Mr '
Mrs. Earl Will,
interesting potentialities. From here on Mn. George I J
holds ,
'that many will. Thanksgiving Day.: We have so Davis, and Mrs"Bill Bigham. I' and Mrs Junior Hinton left F'- LlllrrTS
out "anything might happen"-and probably many blessings, dear Father, and The PTA will start painting the for their home In New Orleans !
The reshuffling of the district, made necessary by Thou knowtst what Is In our school library Friday ,Nay. 9. All Monday after spending the past ten ..:
Florida's growth, entitling the State to eight Congressional livarls. Take from our hearts all who can help are asked to meet at days as guests of Mrs Earl Green .
Districts' instead of six has left the field "wide open" here sadness and hate and greed. Let the school at 8:30: a.m. 'and Mrs Ernest Edwards/ -trs ,
us see the beauty of just everyday \Mrs. Mr. and Mrs W B. Grlnstead
and the outcome is difficult to forecast. Howard Walt and Mrs. Bill

Bradford County was fbrmerly in the Second District but living us. Help'and'the us good never In to those be afraid about Council Blgham attended and the the Home PTA Demonstration CountyI spent and son Sunday Russell here of aa Jacksonville guests of ///"...,.-

its I ;; now the Second is comprised only of Duval and Clay. The knowing always that Thou are County Council Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Baxter Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat, Nov Ifltjveiyday'

Representative from the old Second, Charles E.J3enpet(. \ )|, i ia, a ,vcr. near ,,.Make us more' thankful held In Starke Friday JI.. I 'Rev, andMrs., H. H. Mott and
T-esident of Duval,. so consequently it is up to the new! district itklnd, considerate, sober and Captath and :Mrs. RttEp; owerll children" 'spent part of last week as 1' .
to elect its The Eighth now consistsof honest. Uplift us Father by thy and Mottin :[OI 1'bric: s; ;1 1I
-the Eighth man. daughter Janice of Philadelphia guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. : ...'
all the counties formerly in the Second, except Duval and loving Spirit. Fill us with the wore overnight guests of Mr Greensboro. I ;< J'.1. .J "t':' 152 Call Street

Clay,Vith the addition of Putman County, which was formerly Holy Spirit and Jesus.make us more" and Mrs. Bill Bigham last Wednes ; fo!! I Slarke 'Florida.
thankful. In name. Amen. ( .
in the Fifth. It Is cold day. Sp''s' : fo 't" ,
out here-was down to Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewis and .
i The announcement of Mr. Andrews ia gratifying to his seven above last night, but our daughter, Dorothy, of Jackaonvllleapent I LAKE GENEVABy
many friends here because they recognize in him the type of house Is so good and warm. I am Sunday as guests of the E. J ,
that must have in order to so happy and thankful this morning. Lewises, I Blanche Cunningham
1 aggressive leadership a man they were accompaniedhome ASTOR Vac-Pac
represent his people well in Washington. Ever since he I am fhaklng aprons for of Iva Mae Lewis.
i established himself in business here after World War II Mr. Christmas presents. I have Mrs. Sam Mott spent trom Wednesday I Mrs. R. Forsythe Mrs. A. Carl
another lovely apron pattern that until Sunday In Valdosta son Mrs Agnes Laurence and
Andrews has helped to spearhead every important civic enterprise my dear friend In Sioux City sent Ga.. Mrs. B. Cunningham FridayIn
visiting her sister-in-law Mrs I spent
, undertaken in Starke. Never once has he ducked a COfFEE 79
1 me. Anyone want It? I will send. Olgla Prevail. Jacksonville Lb Can
civic the grounds that he "hadn't the time"of It I take walk with
' responsibility on to you. must a Mrs Mary L. Green spent Sun- Mr and Mrs Ray Forsythe and .
'I': "wasn't interested." Wherever he was needed he was always Digger. Happy Thanksgiving, and,, day l In Valdosta, Ga. Where die attended Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forsythe and
: : fo 'nd to be in there pitching. I will be thinking of all of you., the Hewitt and Larrls wed children( have returned home from

: His record exemplifies the motto of the civic organization God bless and keep you all.LOVE. LUR < ding Sunday afternoon. at Lee a ten day. trip to Ohio and Penn. Mmot Cranberry

,i that he now heads locally as president-"Service above C v 11/wr .r.. Street Baptist Church. jjn.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff and I I Sauce Nolean 1
, ,I'k I self. daughter Wlldwood spent the j" r':= ;;a .HERSHEY FACTORY PACK ]
No. 303
I I Although' Mr. Andrews i is1 not widely known (as yet) outside PINE LEVEL first of last week' here visiting I ; StokelyPumpkin
his feel that this is situation his friends libOS 2 cansNo.
I own county.we a their parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. S ,
; 'can easily remedy; To all who inquire we can. have no hesitancy liy Mr. II. M. Mctlaei Kellcy and Mr. artU Mrs.. J. V. Edwards r 2 Can Comstock Pum
i in replying that "he is a good citizen." In our estimo.-} Sr. c.: Pie Mix can

tion, there can be no higher praise than that. Rev. W. K. Hall filled his regular I Mr. and Mrs', Tom ,Edwards of I !erne 1 { I No. 303 ArioSugar
I appointment at Pine Level Baptist Worthington were visiting Mrs brute Taeurf-SAMI raft aruN ;
Church Sunday morning and I t New Low Regular Price45C I Peas can 1

; ; evening with a large attendance at I No. 303 Kounty Kist Gold

f1 each The service Youth Fellowship met with II III 4L V AREl' STORE Established Men's Clothing 18DI III S Lbs J I Corn can 1

'H\ the young people of Pine Level -..__ 44-oz. O'Sage Org & Gr'fi!
church last Friday night. The Bind. Juice can
church wall packed wth young pea ac.ews.t,
ple from'Magnolia Church of Branford -

V iura:PONCA.SurqessMohr NEBRrIVIirrrlii ==zI = Beroa and Baptist Johnstown Church Baptist, Jacksonville From where I sit..#/ Joe Marsh Del Monte

I Church
,: I welcome In November; tilt Ha you have time for doing the It was very sad news to hear 46.OZ
,, and ne have our first miow. I play things you have always wanted too last Monday morning on our way Juice 2
anil king a song for non and plan If you feel that you want to home from Jacksonville to learn of ;;' "Talks Turkey"Long Pineapple .Can

I h!. for a happy Thanksgiving. I weep and are sad, go see a doctor.It the passing of our friend and neigh I '
I shall Is wonderful the drugs they have bor George Cone and we wish to p -- ; Distance
not mourn "How
sad It 1 I. I now to prevent melancholy and put express our deepest sympathy. I I Old Glory "
a woman on the right road to hap- Mr. and Mrs W. L Johnson have Some 'peopT chuckled when tomers teat turkeys are plentiful .
I That woman's 'work 1 la "
I piness. That Is moVed to ..ur- from Sonny Fisher rented a home reand'a, '
I a dangerous age community good buy. E
I done though,seeing
, the age! when one gets 'sad, and Water Oak:&(ration. We welcome cording" r ine to.record the nol. e 16 oz
cI( 'r Man finishing his tasks, andtaking From where I nit,it's not always Pork & Beans 31 2 2Donald
'" his SpuVv- wants to weep. A woman Is aptto them here.I..JIIf'.l'\'I..brIUlolI'*,, hU Hock o..,turt|.ys make.' smart to-mike fun of someone lust Cans
f. Long leisure Rather I'll be glad do lots of things she Is not accountable About t flftf frleulln' tfret" the:reco ding to d\bu".rC' bc>arse''tf do4 flilnijs I a little"ifferently. -
for. So relatives and
'''V' hUbby your M M rnat'ket chain "
of being euper- Sohny I think beer
dear wife cries gathered at the home of Mrs. Alma a glass of Is
, a lot--take her to
i said. "I them '
The one who's strangely blessed, told 'My turkeys the moot refreshing DuckSalad
the doctor for a shot, and perhaps Starling'Sunday In honor of three beverage there
for till end speak for
the themselves-listen to l III. You_ _
some red pills. She will\ be of her children's birthdays: Mrs. or Sonny may prefer
a hap. '
Of earth she must be the happiest this record! They not only took
something else But who's to decide
py wife then.I Grady Nettles of Jacksonville, Mrs.I
doing. am planning my Thanksgiving Russell Thomas of Starke. and Ffc.Wnrrrn my birds, but bought the record!I" one's right and the other's 4Vita
( And rend when sorrow promises to dinner )Don's brother and wife are J. Starling of Orlando I "Why dl.1'they want the rec wrong? Let's stay "on reeord"orJ' Dressing Qt Jar

,1 A woman's heart there la a to come over Here Is what I plan Air Base. It was the first time In I asked him. "Very simple," that everyone's entitled to his, own
1 ? to have. First" a juice-real cold three years they have been able tc he says. "They're going to piny it tastes and opinion.
I sure atl'C.'D&Uan..t renewingOf calmness cranberry and pineapple:. Then celebrate their birthdays together.A over the loud speakers in their .
of to proportion turkey with oyster'stuff I..g. sweet bountiful dinner was spread on stores-anil then an announcer on Clv Foods Prune
I I'7tr
The way she turns to work .he potatoes, creamy mashed potatoes a long table on the lawn. They another record reminds the cus- ; A" h Juice qle)
i has to do. giblet gravy, green beans, Waldorf received ninny beautiful gifts. Wewish C/Vf fEGfUpf
SepER Vita Foods PeachPreserves
I Elaine V. Emails. salad and two kinds of pie, mince them many more Happy Dil.th.day"
and pumpkin. I will make hot Copyright.1951,U" led Slatel Bremen Foundation/ t i A 12-cz.

Having read the above poem I rolls and have coffee. Of course e Hunt's Fancy 14-oz.
wanted to share It with all the there will be cranberry sauce, ,
I dear ladles out there somewhere celery. pickles and olives on the + Catsup hot. 1
who read this Is It not true thatwhen ,relish dish. LITTLE OR NO MONEY DOWN .es ,. ,9-oz. Nonesuch
j I one Is overcome by sadness CLAY HILL: I hear from lots Mince Meal pkg.
we always have our work? WhenI I of people In Florida, but the Clay|
\ see dear old hands that now must : I(lift children I taught will always P I Villa Chocolate Covered
!Remain Idle from Illness I' know have first place In my heart. I TRADE IN YOUR OLD RANGE Q IIlle. ; Cherries Ib.
,that they have memories of having hear from Hazel Griff, whose
cared for their families and happy hubby has the store and poatottl 'eat AtL Dixie Darling Fruit
I I A ays when "work was never done." Highland, Dorothy Manning has REGARDLESS OF MAKE OR CONDITIONduring Cake 2* Ibs. S 2

This Tuesday afternoon I hurried \been taking care of Bernice MOse- .. .. .
i "fend' got my Ironing done, changed ly's little girl. Dorothy would likea ,'. ,,7-. -... r 1 ,r'iT' .. __ '
dresses and went with Don In the good study Job. I wonder It there 41 ,.\.:'' O'Sage Dessert
new Packard ambulance to gofer l Is anyone who can help her \get a --'
\ j to Allen and get a dear old job? She Is a graduate of the 0th -
1 lady 91 years old and bring her to grade and a good worker our
the Elms Nursing Home across the HELPFUL HINTS: Try using -21
Street from tie ,She was such a I scissors to cut the crust from bread PEACHES No 21/2
little tiny old Isdy and arthritis when making sandwiches. I have
had drawn her knees up almost under 'fa pair In the kitchen drawer that BANGB/I
ner chin. Her mind ae..med'cl..ar 'I'I use only for such work. When OLD
enough so I am sure she remembers making ,sausage to freeze, do not
when she did the household aIIII"It. as !it makes rancid sooner. : Sunnyland Brand Small Size
tasks and her children were' Try making a sandwich filling of > Tm 'Tr' ) ,: Piece Smoked
small. How swiftly the days fly grated carrots and peanut butter, !!!"""J

Be by, you happy young with wives the who dear read children this, I Here OLD 18II FASHIONED stuffing for OYSTER the tur1keyr ; Smoked Picnics BACON, lb.a

DRESSING. 1-2 cup each of chopped .........ff'ii'o.rl1'.
'.-." .
for all too soon they will be gone, ,. .' "
but : "
onion and celery 1-' cup ; \ .
and thenIlk the little old lady, ter, 1 tsp sage, salt, pepper.. 6 1.2 '. : u 'fcfl', you will think back. cups bread cubes, 2 eggs 2 cup ,,; 'N '. ...,.""tt: Ai>. 1\ Large SU

Women my age should be happy of liquid from oysters, milk and 1 a! .Q ,-" Ocean Shrir

t> r'I 39C
tam This beaatl/d. Magic:Ch l cal ruce" lpuiaJ1
IT O priced during our Old Range Ro1lACl.t1p. II Pound 6 9
OtDp I briaft yon top perfDe. ploy lonf-laitln -
depeaolablUtJ.It has 10.a., *chii.a fettnres.

each as the R.<1 W1t.... eves, lint welIlator
arils-larks folly Superb rand Colored
-the oas-piece top b.new QuartersMARGARINE
:DUTIES assisted. e.s_Swing Oat-BroUe tae mien

( ethsrs. See this tad otbsr jHtjtC LMftpecUts .

conscientiously performed with modesty lady Lb 19

of expense and no lessening of

t Service have won for us an enduring

regard i in the communities which we BHR** V '
sa Hard Ripe Little/t.c
serve. Quick-Frown
sSi.sj! ?? vsy PEA

39c1' FIELD

hone 7 Starker Fla. Pa aa a

=-==- _-_=----[:LOW INSTALLATION COST York c.
i' Hines or Snow
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur Duncan

local funeral service horn not enable otherwise a* to available.offer convenience sad SEECENTRAL APPLES 5 Lb Mesh Bag 39'C Frozen Juice Orange 5 cans

FLORIDA Sup rbrand IceCREAM > P.n-Redi Frozen
Shrimp Pk g.
We furnish the highest type service at lowest price, and Chicken!
accept ANT life insurance policy I U fore, issued. by ANT GAS & APPLIANCE CO. 2 39C 69 JewellPh Breasts Frozen orThighs

company, as payment la part or la full on a funeral. % Gal D k g.
Consultation carries DO obligation. 119 W. CALL ST. .. _


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I|i pFARM Bn..of Bryan J. \V. Knight;

)pr)ra"t !I. nded to Mr. and

:!;, t I h J Knight i .in the of death Atlanta of tj1iN C c

uc :umbed to In.
: A; In a bus accident
"I. err' Ij I near Macon Ga.Bought
J1'I1' ', to the home.
aDd Mr:! KnlghtSaturdaxrrvic. :
were held Sunday
1011 In the Christian Church .
I Butler with Interment In
unewry them
llan""..'." Party [
.. goblins and other weird
walked at the Community '
1110we'en party Wednesday\ Friday 8:00

olll'October) and bronoo 31. Traditional marigolds Tonight :

the Club House the perfect .
for the entertainment 'to .
ployes and their guests r .
filed.( costume Following prizes a paradeIn were V :

Johnny Bradley Kath PARK' "
; and : ..
D1u ; -
::1j'ucera. In a contest sack race Steve and ,_. i .,.. .. ,
lie blowing ,
end Patricia WIlliard were
jve winners of prizes. Mrs.
HcUndon held the lucky
the cake raffle,

!r Bridge t hoot drinks In, the'tub were party and Meeting served.hours sandwiches.dancjiMjoyid 'H Torn d St. Leo

!3ndg Thursday Dennis week's Club meeting Fancher afternoon.entertaining of was the hostess State Hei at o.es VS.

held lovely .
room table a ty'
sent of hibiscus, golden
'whfl1' dahlia .
and fern p wan
rp j
adorned the llv. .
ltd plants ... ,
a. Before the progressions mr
ucher served coconut pIe "
rffee. To Mrs. P. D. Fan ,
'or high score and to Mrs: r '
Kucera In bingo, she pre. 1951 Schedule
African violets. -* '
Jimmie Godwin ot Tyn-- :
,Id!, near Panama City, was
.lIh..his parents Mr. and ,

John''ednesday.Godwin, from Friday I4L' SEPTEMBER. 21 WIWSTON 7, BHS' 20 ;

of the Unlver.
Patsy Cox
Florida Gainesville spenf Adults I f fStudents 1
lend with her grandMr SEPTEMBER 28 SEABREEZE, BUS )4'} r

and Mrs. J. M.- Brad-
Mr and Mrs. R. H. Cox. PALATKA-19
R. H. Tyson of Jackson- 1rr1 1 .

tu.slay PMcLendon.the overnight guest last of guests Mr.week.and of 75c OCTOBER 12 P.. YONGE -.7, BBS 7 25c

'a i Caldwell., Beverly were Jo Mary Crosbyi Rivers an' OCTOBER 19 NewSm ma'-0 BHS 14' -

Colley of Starke. Jo Ann .
ilw was the guest of'Jane '

on that occasion; all at- .-DELAND-12. BHS, 14NOVEMBER
I the Club Hallowe'en party '. ',' -
uid Mr,. R. H. Cox had as '
TWtors last weekend Mrs. ily 'J' *' 9StLEO HERE -A-.
-' '-'
Brtdnhaw and children" of :; :,,1 ;. 'J'( "
ft and Miss Loutue''Cox of '4' "
trie. : \ : ) NOVEMBER 16. KETTERLINUS HERE ,, '

de Johns. Jr. and Kenneth ''
of F. S. U., Tallahassee ; ': '
DM weekend with their NOVEMBER 21 GREENCOVE THERE .
\Mr. and Mr. C. J. John \
mi Sunday visitors of*Mr. :r, 30 LAKE BUTLER .
rv Johns were Mr. and Mrs ;,, iv NOVEMBER mERE '

Thrift and their sons, of .J' "
:, Georgia. -
Peggy Caldwell was theof
p' ,
Mrs. Hollis Knight Inr.ille .. t
last weekend aad dur ; ,
nay' attended the UnlverFlorida's I's'
Fall Frolics. ." .
ind Mrs. J. C. Hardee and ..
luldren, WIlliam and .
returned Leroy.Thursday :from .. ... .. .. .. ....". ..... "" .. .....,.. ,...1.-- ... .. .. .' .. I.. .. ...
where they spent their va' .
-llh relatives. Compliments of Everybody Out For' Tonight's Game! Onward, Tornadoes! Compliments of .
nrtdsy Mr. and Mrs. J. D

wd their Starke Infant were son.luncheon Georgeof : .Law onV Market. & Cold Storage DOWLINa AUTO SALES PURE SERVICE STORE'C.. H. NASWORTHY;

of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Mark- See the Tornskdoe be t-but eat IXSOB Meats V. 8. Ml at Ro.41o1 General ssppue.See .

1.11.: .Jones, Mrs,'-Jones' and ... ... .. I. ". ..... ,. .' .' < .- .... u ..., '- .
ehlliV-tn\ ; Linda, Barbara: '

"n uid Tort Mike Bragjr,.arrived, N'; C.wVdae to visit- You"At Bradford Park Tonight Electric Service&. Supply Best' IsheJ1 to the Team Mow :'Er'Down' T: ;d-

I"'" Mrs. R. s. Rosier foe t. R. 1U'l'IV.'orSETZER'S,SUPER STORES .,
liweekl.1 E. T. Shull Plumbing & Heating C. H: DRIGGERS

- supper guests of i, Mr. ,T Phone 144 # Lei's Support- the Tornadoes 8tafW, Flerldta ...-It are.. Companyrr
't J G. Caldwell were Mr.
'". H. K. and their .
Tyus 6' "
.. 4' ;7 ..
Kenneth and Harold, and -I i-r( aTTsjj jj arfj.1rjuji j jjj jj noEl
dBrs. Alex Tawii-aud their Closed Tonight' we've gone to the Game! ItVA Pleasure to Back the Tornadoes!
Wishes Of A Good Team Like
rtrrr and Jimmy of Starke. Best the Tornadoes
John Godwin. Mr. R. MIn Rancho Drive-In Restaurant ANDREWS MOTOR: CO. t' GUIDON: GRILLGeorge Deserves Your Support
\ and
Miss Irma Jean
Phone 118, Stark KopelovsonGo .
attended the Sing at the SOt North of starke BARKSDALE'S
"ce Church Sunday. 4 a[ .

nd Mrs. "j: c. Wallace _f f *j9j ff&frr ** jr ffrffrrfvrf f f r- ... 6 ..a ... .., .. .
iIIe weekend In Jacksonville
Nests of relatives. Be present tonight} to cheer our boys to Support the Tornadoes with your presence < Get'Em Tornadoes GEM JEWELRY

14 Mrs. J. G. Caldwell L. B. Alvarez Service Station Starke Builders
:" '. B. Caldwell visited Victory. Supplies Starke's Leading Jeweler I
'> In
M Mrs.Ocala Willie Monday.Carter of Farm, Home & Auto Supply \ Temple Call Streets Cart John Seaboard Railroad Watch InspectorWe're .

d were notified Sunday e '.. .. .&
-. "sr iftr sri f -v".1._ _
I that their son John Wuutrr r frf rmfffrfrf-rfrfrrrrrrn-f&.**J f f f rrff f jjj sr jj j j- r j j r j-j g-jr r'r*srsr s> s srsi- .. ,

""os' In. V Korea S. Army on October was killed 4, Behind You, Tornadoes! ,,- You'll Arrive Safe at the Game with Come on out and boost our team Best Wishes From r : "

.R Is Crews was the and nephew sympathy'of Mrs.1* TORODE CHEVROLET CO. FIRESTONE TIRES Western Auto Associate Store Temple. & Lake Service Station. !$

:*" to her and to Mr. Crews J. P. Roberts Motors i. F. JaudonCompliments iI
Good Lock, Tornadoes
."her bereaved relatives.aMlrg Sales it: Service <<>> lb,.

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'v. tft
" : 'ra "PPPe4 ..
: to re.re. l. '
,, h t. h..rrT.MrOInd aradrned. C..y. Compliments of STARKE MOTOR COURT; of ,' '
,,.""h. :. r *. n.lntlf<.
llplade. T-fefAantC' DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
A 00.... Florida Power & Light Co. '
lnhp g; ....
M"alad., w" rell- '
Y' ,11.Inown. We're Tornado Fans Starke's Leading Motor Court We're Proud to be Tornado Boosters!
trt hereby 'noUtl.d that a
//tar' dlyo.". ".. b..n ,, ...- .-.. ...; "" "
"atmndyRus 7 .. :ell >oo are n... v r
.V' ,"eln.' a, ropy to the of enmplslnaet your an'I' Best Wishes Team Compliments from Bring Home the Bacon, Boys! Let's Fill the Stands for Tonight's Game.
'-"lltt. Attorneys. Evynand
.;h'::." Neal n. ly..n... : :Jr., After the Game Meet Me At. ., H. C. WALL AGENCY KOCH DRUG STORE' WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
' 'rldnand t11.the o isin.V ;
r' .-e of th. Clerk.. a T th. CENTRAL DRIVE-IN AH Kind* of Insurance Starke, Florida Hot Point Appliance
, .
, ';0.).,ttnherrlest> 'otb.rwl.e .
' naa ef ale romplmlnt I .
4 4 V
e .h" a ronfonid 'ou- .
eoelr. Ph.". ell bet.hd ," -
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-"tAL" ttt) A. :J. Tb m". .
" A. Clerk nf and enact ,
Deayer. Deputy Clerk -
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; PAGE FO"R tnanirnnn rmiiivrv mfannfn. HTARKK. FLORIDA FRID.\y. SF> .-.-...

It Miss Frances Colley Weds Mr. James Stewart I Miss Sarah Horne Spaghetti Dinner ; Baptist Girls Rehearsal Dinner WOW Circle To Meet. Lioness Club-=

,f At;\ In Lovely Episcopal Candlelight Ceremony I Marries Local Man Given New MembersOf I Meet With Given NewlywedsMr. The Woodman's Hall Circle will meet I I To Meet Thursday
In the Tuesday evenIng -
.. Iln 1 North Carolina Jr. \Voman's ClubThe Mrs. Dansby and Mrs. James Stewartwere at 7:30 o'clock, The Lioness .-ib",, I
Uj, I honored Wednesday evening .Plans'will be made for the regular monthly ,ti. h"
Sara Horne, daughter of I IWoman's The 15! -year old intermediate .
> new members of the Junior 31, at a lovely buffet dinner ness .L 'I(1(
Oct. Woodman's Circle Convention meeting ,
Mr. at
0)) I and Mrs. .I F. Horne of Wades- Baptist girls held their Sunday
t Club were honored at a party given by Mrs. Stewart'lmother which will be Thursday, Nov. 15, Thursday NU '
boro, N C and Byron C. Brantley 'hool class meeting at the homer evening
1 1j r i l
spaghetti at the 7:30: ]
Monday H.
M. Colley
supper even- Mrs. o'clock.
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brantley I Janice Dansby :Monday evening.The In the Legion Hall. There will be
Ing, Nov. 5, at the club's regular home on Thomas Street. Hostesses
Colley for
of Starke. were united in i
marriageon following class officers werel.itcd an meeting the same evening ;
the open j be '
monthly Lee
Oct. 13 In the home of the brideat during the business meet-| The party was given following I McGrlff rU, r'R
j! Wadesboro,, N. C. Those honored were: Mrs. J. W.Brownlf'f' president Pauline Gay; vice- wedding rehearsal of the honored at 8 o'clock In the Legion Hall. Wilma Knmenber'iOUTSIDE '
| Mrs. R. O. Davidson. couple who were wed Thursday
Mr Brantley is a graduate of prtoldent, Joanna Lee; secretary,
Trl-State' College, Angola Ind. and Mrs C. E. Devlin, Miss Betty Martha Landrum treasurer, Nancy evening, Nov. 1 in the Episcopal
I is now employed in Oxford Ohio. Eaton, Mrs J. O. Gay, Mrs. J,.B DuPre; mission study chairman, church. ? T fPAINl
I He and his bride are making their Godwin Mrs M. A. Payne, Mrs. M. Janice Pan why; publicity chair- Attractive arrangements of fall :. TITANIUM. LEAD and OIL
lLL rh j I
I 'ii I home there for the present Mrs.n. Shepherd F. M., Williams Mrs E. ,V.and Whittle.Mis, man, Mary Sue Epperson; and cut flowers were used In decorating -=::J $4.95 VALUE..... '
the home for the occfslon.!
I Farewell Party Sarah Williams I Plans wcial were chairman also dlscusHed Marcia for Hazen.the I i The lace covered" buffet table was not A Paint to ...you.(, rub.can wash depend off On or $2"5 0

I Given Jerry Lawson Following the supper the regular j coming year. I centered with n salad bowl and turn y.Uow..1Oid on money. ...
business meeting wad presided'! I I During the social hour :Marcia flanked by crystal candle holders back auarant*. .... In S Got COM I

1 Mr. and Mrs H. A.'Lawlon entertained over by the president, Mrs. D. L. I Hazen won a prize In a game played holding burning white tapers. The trwts. I.c.a.n.Ov.r million covorag gal_*.for sold. Freight Pr ..
at a gay farewell party Thomas. Mrs. Al K. Carlisle gave after which refreshments were buffet held a lovely arrangementof .. .wood tonerHO and cinder On o.oa" ., .
Sunday evening after church honoring a report( on the dance that the served by Janice, anointed by her red dahlias and plumosoa fern. Mblock.; famplo con...SOc.i .r-...
Jerry Lawson who has enlisted TTA Woman's Club sponsored at the mother, Mrs. R. O. DanBby. Assisting the hostess in serving i-.=: _w av.. Money On .This. apedol Factory |pry
carnival. The --- --
plans were .
In the _
t Amusing games Air Corps were played during announced for a Thanksgiving Junior Woman's Club her guests were Mrs. E. L. Stewart SNOW WHITE PAINT -.t.
the dance by the social chairman Mrs.S. mother of the groom and
t refreshments evening were after served.which light O. Denmark. The dance will begin Starts TB Bond SaleThe Mrs. Nelma Keen. 1*. O. Box 86 Jacksonville, Fla.

I \ Invited to the party to give Jerrya at 9 o'clock with breaktast at Junior Woman's Club started -
midnight Thursday evening, Nov. -
L good send-off were members of T/""' '''
44c\ 15! at the Woman's Club: Admlallon a personal solicitation of T. B ,
tho--Baptist"YoutHi: the business houses
Bonds from
II 50
couple whtch Includes
per '
school chums.Woman's
] many the breakfast. Tnemlav. The bonds sell for S3.

"! __ Club and Is now employed A small gift Is to be brought at $10, an up. The cooperation of 'e''f lrnfia'\lis\ .f
.. as secretary of Col. James the December meeting for ex- the public will be appreciated.
A. Griffin at the Florida National! changingamong the members, also -
I Guard Slate Maintenance Pool an expensive toy for the charity.
Camp Blending, which position she Christmas basket. ., U'
has had for the past three years. Following the business meeting PTARKE

, The bridegroom graduated from Mrs. J.,,R. Kite presented Mrs May FL-\\\
Seabreeze High School Dayton. Pynchon, executive secretary of
I'\\ Beach after which he served 27 the Florida TB and Health Assn., is in 'at ur. A&PA
months with the U. S. Army In the who gave an Interesting talk on Frl., Sat. Nov. 9, 10 y

: ._ combat infantry and with the TB Christmas seals including the DOUBLE FEATURE .
--------- --- w
: I Army of Occupation In Germany history of the seals. The membersof
( In a lovely candlelight serviceIn sister, Miss Shirley Colley of Washington where ho'was assigned to the Office the club who were present addressed King Of Dodge CityWith
j t ; St. Mark's Episcopal Church D. C. as her maid of honor I Chief of Staff U. S. Berlin the Christmas seal Jetters
,I ( Thursday evening. Nov. 1 at 7:30: Miss Colley' lovely gown of deep 1 District He attended the Unlvef> tot"malllng in Bradford County. Bill Elliot & P's Fall Fruits and Vegetables are flavorful
\ { o'clock. Miss Martha Frances CoiI purple satin was fashioned with a i city of Tampa where he was ANDBeware -
I ley daughter of Mrs. M. Houser softly draped yoke and fitted waist I member of Tau Omega fraternltjr, business Everyone firms was given several plentiful and economical. Rushed here harvest fresh

'\ Colley and the late Mr. Colley. became with a full skirt ller headpiece i and the Ace Club. He Is a member to sell the TB Christmas in Starke In bond which SPOOKSWith they're among today's top food buys.
I q the bride of James Thomas was a circlet of braided deep purI I of Future Business Leaders of I
\ Stewart of Palatka, son of Mrs pie satin and mauve veiling and America, the Canterbury Club a I The executive board meetingwas Joe R. Brown
,I Eiva Ledoux Stewart :'ot' Starke she carried a crescent bouquet of member of Veterans of Forelg held Wednesday evening Oct.I'
"' 31 Also Cartoon and Serial Emperors
,. And Mrs. V, C. Stewart: Holly yellow ear atlor1l1. Wars, Loyal Order of Moose and a j SUcox.at the home of Mrs. Vernon
Hill. Rev. Fred Yerkes officiated at The bridesmaids were Miss Warrant Officer In the National
I ,j the double ring ceremony with Billy Carolyn Keen and Miss Doris Stewart Guard. He IB employed by the Sun., Mon., Tues. ;Trrr GRAPES 2'fcs: 25
Lietz, son of Mr. and Mrs. William sister' of the groom. Their) I State of Florida In Palatka. Partin To SpeakTo Nov. 11-13
Lietz of Palatka serving as acolyte. gowns were designed on Identical Upon their return from theft Woman Club .
linen that of the honor attendant s
to wedding trip Mr. and Mrs Stewart
Prior to the reading of the marriage In gold and green satin with will reside In Keystone Height.i C.-S. Partin principal of Bradford Flight to
K vows, a program of nuptial circlet headpieces of gold and green Among the out-of-town guests High School, will be the guest Customers' Corner York Fine CookingAPPLES
music was rendered by Mrs satin and carried crescent bouquets 1 CINECOLOR
I fij, at the wedding ajid.
reception were: speaker at the regular
Lemuel Colson, church of talisman monthly Alno Short and Latest News I Ib.
; organist variegated car Mr and Mrs. C. F. Duncan Mrs) meeting of the Starke Woman', bag
and "The Lord's Prayer" was sung nations. Florrle Turner and Mr. and Mrs.A. Club, Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: We've said it before and ''we 5 39
p) iby O. S. Newcomb. Tile tradl.I William Boyd Ladd of Palatka .'1.
Spencer of Jacksonville,
Mrs. o'clock.
Wed Thur. Nov. 14 15
I it again If are to get
4'I used served best say you
} tlonal wedding marches were as man. Ushers were Eudora Dowds Mrs. .
Haley DeLur
\' [i In the service: James D. Mast and Rudolph\. M. M. Jones, Mr. and Mr*. Charles* of Mrs E. K.,; Perryman, chairman DOUBLE FEATURESUBMARINE -. FULL VALUE FROM YOUR --
",i The sanctuary was adorned with Patrick, both of Palatka. Hlndeman, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo J. the International Relations FOOD DOLLAR you need
hi arrangements of white gladiolif''JJ A beautiful gown of candlelightsatin Kummer Mr. and Mrs. William program, will Introduce the apeak'' these things, too, in additionto Florida Medium Size 64'sGRAPEFRUIT
,g | and chrysanthemums in floor baskets and lace was chosen by Ute Nets and son and Arthur Arnold of er. low prices:
r, with altar vases holding the bride for her wedding. The fitted Palatka.tMr. and Mrs. C. L. Houaer Hostesses for the afternoonjw;;lll Richard Dlx! it Dolores Del Rio tor

to r't I 'same blossoms.: Lighted white'tapers bodice of Imported Chantilly lace of Flat Rock;Ala.. Mrs. F. R. Cokerof. be Mr*. T. B. Harding, Mrs. ,U F. -AND- HFULL'MEASURE'' QUALITY FOOD. 4 1 25 5
In' branched candelabra .I featured a yoke of nylon net out- .Lakeland?' Mr*.,.Ida Roberta of .
Dinkins Mrs. O.
J..1-IcOrlff. "
. <*ast a soft glow over the setting. lined with Iridescent sequins and 11 WauchulaMiss"Betty L. Clark, MrsC. Flight LieutenantPat .- .
i'p,1 / The chancel rail was graced with pearl embroidery with long lace Char1.. .. Kennedy and Miss Dorothy A. Futch Mrs. :C. A. Knlht, AND T
.t, I; white tapers and button mumswith sleeves terminating at points over Patterson' of St. Augustine Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr., Mrs. Russell O'Brien and Evelyn Reyes FULL WEIGHT., Pascal it :". -
Iii} bows of lacelon. the hands The satin skirt was and Mr. Helen May Keller of Norman and Mrs. Arthur Also Latest News w .
I i: The bride, who was given Jn lnade-with ,,Inverted pleats for ayb. Gainesville. "'.
marriage by her uncle, C. L. Hou tie fullness and 'had a Calhftdraltrain. I McRae. ,_ -4 u.. ., CORRECT PRICE AND CELERY -Lge. Silk. 19 9
,;: ser of Flat Rock, Ala., chose bet The bride's fingertip veil CORRECT CHANGE. '.. .

I If I;; j ........................................ of sheerest Illusion was held in ,
j place by a tiara of pearllzrd orange All these things are .' -
!; Enjoy Our Convenient blossoms. She carried a prayer MOST to make up THE {f'if
: t I book topped with a catalya White SENSATIONAL VALUES YOU ENJOY AT Ib lops
orchid with showers of shattered ORANGES 5CUSTOMER
Lay Away Plan white carnations.Mrs. .
4j; Colley selected a becoming *?* RELATIONS
gown of mauve satin and compllmentlng DEPT.

j j, y f Large Selection of American her beauty attire was rose a buds.corsage 1 BUY IN TOWN A & P Foor Stores for
420 Ave 19 9
,, To Choose From lovely Mrs. gown Stewart ofNavy was attired blue crepe In a New York 17, N. V.

I with a shoulder-corsage of tiny
. pink carnations. .

;):q. Canterbury I ception Following was the held ceremony honoring, a the re- at GAY'S HOME APPLIANCES NOW !!

;i couple In the Officer's Club at BACON ALLGOOD MED. SLICED BR'KFAST. 49
\\1' I Bulova. Camp Blandlng. Placed at points LB.
; of Interest In the reception room ,
!1 and Elgin
were bouquets of white gladioli!
:. I WATCHESProfessional and chrysanthemums, Interaperced .

4c 1 with. The greenery.bride' table overlaid witha d .. COPELAND'S COUNTRY PURg. .

j 1'i FOR Model'j white 'linen damask cloth, was SAUSAGE PORK FRESH 59C
' centered with a reflector holding r
: '
,1 AND 1& three-tiered wedding cake embossed 1 1 ILb. Cello "
I with white roses and topped NORGEREFRIGERATOR 1 0' _

JI f .with wedding bells and lilies ;
of the valley. Flanking the cake J
were lighted white tapers In an _
" Elgin and 'HamiltonENDORSED i antique crystal candelabra. In- 1. SAUSAGE PORK SMOKED 63C

dividual tiny cakes were served on o 7 Lb. Cello .
crystal trays, and nuts and mints '
In cut glass dishes. The punch I --. -
Railroad Watches
tables were covered with white t '
linen cloths and centered with crystal

plumoaos punch fern.Receiving bowls. surrounded with : NV l SHORTENING- 100%SCOCO PURE BRAND VEGETABLE 69C
,'. "' doors were Mm.the J., guests R. Wainwright at the ; 3 Lb. Can _

American Beauty, and Mrs. Charles Darby. The
receiving line consisting of the I
bridal party Mrs. Colley and Mrs NEW NO-RINSE :MARVEL
J. R. Wood, & Bond CHEER 28'Large
Stewart stood before the fireplace

Finest DIAMONDS"The which was banked with native J Pkg. "
greenery. The mantel held a central -

Gift Of A Lifetime"- yellow arrangement pompom. of white and A giant In storage capacity-and in t'af ,/This beautiful new Norge -

I Presiding at the punch bowls were offers features you'd expect only in models costing much much WARWICK CHOCOLATE COVERED
Mrs. Guy Sale, Miss CHERRIES 49
Evelyn Stump
Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. .... more. It's really big ((11 cu. ft.) and has loads of shelf area. And the 1 Lb. Box -

Henry Godwin Keeping the Norge name-backed by Berg-Warner .
of in-
bride's book were Miss Peggy Ann your assurance .
Beautiful and Useful Wiggins and Mrs. Robert Turner built quality and economical l service. You'll not find its equal in

Gifts for All and cutting the bride's cake were value anywherel! .
... Mrs A. I. Spencer and Mrs. W. B Swan Soap, bath bar 15c 40
OccasionsAVIIERE SewelL r>t.,. Beef, 12 oz. can
Other asslntlng In serving and LARGE mm CHEST-33-/* .
e e e storage
caring for the guests were Mrs J. .
QUALITY HAS I. Anderson, Sr, Mrs. W. H INSERT JHttf ttnttr"itttion lifts tut : Lux. Toilet Soap reg. bar 8c !Rannlnena
Smith Mrs Titus Olson, Mrs 47c
Beef 12 -
NO_ SUBSTITUTES William Cowling. Mr. Glen Wood VISITABLE KRlSPI-K.[ l ',m g.rd""e-jresb. oz. can

S e .' Jackson Mrs. James, Mrs.A.Mattie Griffin Gahngan.Mrs. W.and O. TALL IOTTIE SHElF-&>/
Our WindowDisplay Mrs. 9. L. Peek Sr. Music at the MEAT KEITH-/," .*".* ice &**,* 100. Beef Stew, 16 oz. can 47c
reception wa rendered by Mia
Louise Stern and Mrs E. M. Davis. PACKAGE SXOX-b.,,JyJor batter tbtnt, tff. Waldorf Tissue, 3 for 25c _'
After spending some time with
IOLUIOR COLDMU-J-Y Pntectioa Plat.
their guests the couple left for a
wedding trip to Little Switzerland, | Spry Shortening, 1-lb. can 35c
Gem JewelrySeaboard N. C., at which time the bride A & P FOOD STORE
traveled In a suit of gunmetal rut
gray mlllateen worn with a white GAY'S HOME APPLIANCES UA.TtIS. Hi-C Th. Great Atlantic and Fatlflo Tea Co.

Hallway blouse, peacock blue accessoriesand 1011I Grapeade 31c, Entire Contents CopjHKhted, 19.'O
an orchid corsage. .
Watch Inspector The bride Is a graduate of Bradford MADISON AND COURT STREETS !-- I: 300 East Call St.

Starke, Fla. Jacksonville: High School Business and attended the I'hone 10 Starke Fla. : Bab-O Cleanser Prices In this ad effective thru
Hn.j I College SheIs rll4 12 c
I E 10th.I
H a member of the Stark Junior : Saturday November
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NUV9-1'951 I


i Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel are Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mathewsand Mrs. W. J. Chandler and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trawlck and I '

moving this weekend from the Kin- son Denny and Mr. and Mrs- W. F Godwin attended the Wedding children spent the weekend in Tallahassee

cald npaitmt on Walnut street Albert Whlsler. and three children, of Mlns Barbara Jean Mayhugh In visiting Mr. Trawlck's We Have

into the house formerly occupied Judy, Albert and Dianne all of Green" Cove Springs Saturday after parent NACO
by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberta The Jacksonville Beach were Sunday Ovid G. Lewis, who Is employedIn
latter are moving into the house guests! of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews noon.Miss Minnie Bessent was hostessto the Jacksonville office of the U.

THE R1E1VY5 lecently vacated by Mr. and Mrs in celebration of Lowell's, the Canasta club Tuesday evening S. Engineers has been temporarily
Charles Oakes, who have moved tc birthday anniversary. I transferred to PnfVtck! AFIt near I FERTILIZER ;

,, ..... Richmond Va. Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns I I Mrs. Merrill Edwards and chlldren. Cocoa for six weeks. At the end
Mr. anti MI a. Carl Knight: left. and ijaughter Markleyann spent' Jerome Mary Lu and Steven i of that time he will return to hit '
A.I.. / .m' spent several i Planning: to attend the Florida. Tuesday fur Atlanta and Ellljay, last weekend In. Daytona Beach SAW the balloon parade in Jacksonville -' duties here. OF VARIOUS KINDS IN STOCK
g j in Jacksonville Georgia football game In Jacksonville Ga. for ,t week's vacation. where Senator John spoke at the" Monday. Mr. and Mrs.\ J. E. Hardy enter-

!**>,. .t'r.'! Mrs. Jack, Saturday are Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Holtxeiidorf Brewers Association District meet- Mrs! C'nrrle" Hitch spent. Tues' tamped l at a farewell dinner party I'
rho rood with her Sun.Wednesday. L. F. Dinklns an' Mr. and Mrs. : of Keystone: Heights were Sunday : ing. Senator Johns also was in day in Jacksonville visiting Dr for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Onkex I

.,bll until Vernon Silcox. I I I visitors of Mr. and Mrs. B. C I Miami Wednesday and Thursday and Mrs T. Q. Ritch. I last Friday eveningand also in US BEFORE YOU BUYCONWAY'S
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Houser where he before the Federa- Mrs. Cakes' birth- SEE
One Wiggins had returned I Holtzendorf. I I spoke Dr. and Mrs.W. E.!: Middleton had I III. celebration of .
aid Mrs.IP Miss Peggy Ann to their home in Flat Rock, Mr. sad Mrs. L. E. Jordon of tion of Labor meeting Thursday.Mr. s Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. E.! anniversary. The Oakps family !
!yl gllf Mrs. John Ala. Sunday after visiting Mrs. and Mrs. real is r... and Ovlcda were Sunday guests of Mr. L. ]Middleton, Mrs. W. Q.
daughter, Jannie, of M. H. Colley and family for ten and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. daughter. Ann, and son, Murf. of and Mrs. Mae Jones of Jackson- Richmond, Va. Enjoying the affair
rid\ days. Marlanna were weekend guests of were Rev. and Mr. L. D. llalncs
rille. Mrs R. G. Dodson and childrenof vllle. SERVICE STA.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell. Mr. Mrs. O. L. Lln hand
vvvvn.m__._._._....-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. -.-. -.-.-.-. -.-.-............ Trenton and Mrs.'Glen Dodson,' Mr. and Mr. M. L. Lawson Mrs.' liana Walker, S. C.,and formerly childrenof of children and Larry and Marlene the "
of Greensboro N. C. were Sunday and children spent Sunday In Dade Spartanburg
and daughter Bobble Jean
Visitors of Mrs. Dodson's mother City visiting Mrs. Lawson's par Stnrke were weekend guests of Oakes BUS STATIONTemple I
and Janet and Jane Hardy. At UNION
Beginning Next Week Mrs. T. Is!. Hutchings.Mr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Welch.' Mrs. Marlon Faulk In Jacksonville of Jackson.ville .
and Mrs. T. G. Carter of Mrs. Jacqueline Moorer and Mrs. and also visited friends here Mon Mrs. May Pynchnn Ave.Starke Fla.
the overnight guest Monday ,
Providence were Sunday guests of Mural Gardner and children saw day. was ,
Will Be Kite
We Open of Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J, Powell the balloon parade In Jacksonville Friends! of Steve Weldon Jr
Friends of Mrs. Martha Houser Monday.J. who would like to correspond with Mrs. Pynchon, executive secretaryof

82, will rt"gr'et" to hear that she fell W. Andrews Is In St. Vincent's him, may do so by writing him at the Florida speaker TB at Assn.the was JuniorWoman' the What It Takes NACO'S GOT I
SEVEN DAYS PER WEEKUNTIL oil wet" steps at her home last Fri- Hospital under observation. his new address: Pvt. Stephen A. principal Mondny
Club meeting
day and broke her arm. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Weldon, Jr.. R. A. 14427655. ReC ',

Mr. and Mrs. R. N. White of attended the!\ funeral Monday of Del T. A. S. A. T. R.,.,.8622 A.A.U.. evening.! ,.. .,, .- .. -
PldMj City were Saturday( guestsof Dr Mlddleton's nephew, W. S.Middleton Fort Pevens, Mass, I .v .j .. ;":; -.F'
Mr. and Mrs. W. X Epperson, in Pomona Park. Lex Dansby of Fort Jackson

GUIDON GRILLat Jr. and family. Green Mr. also and attended Mrs. W.the H funeral.Nollman Cpl., S.Billy C. was home for the weekend Goose !
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Duke and with his parents Mr. and Mr. Old Mother
spent the weekend in Jacksonville
daughters. Gall and Terry Dea, of their son-in-law and R. O. Dansby The Dansby spent
At The Best Forget The Rest Gainesville H. C. Browns.were weekend. guests ofthe daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Sunday in Palatka visiting Mr. and

Dawklns and daughter, Janellev Mrs. J. R. Hudson.
A&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&v' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilley and son;
Mr. and Mrs. D, E. Knight Friends of little Jimmy Dowltng
Steve, moved Thursday from the
spent Tuesday In Jacksonville. age 6. will be glad to hear that he a
Lonnie Sullivan home to an apart Dr. and ]Mra. C. J. Houpt of Daytona I is over the worst stage of his I ,
ment in the "f!'. F. Flume home.
Beach are moving Into the E. measles. .
A II Mr. and Mrs. C. T. McCary attended -
H. Smith house on W Call street
the funeral Saturday of Mr. I
around the 15th. Dr. Houpt,pl.n.1to
McCrary's father, O. C. McCrary, :
open an office in the front part,t IN
Dedicated TJB Community Service In Sylvester, Ga.! of the house and a small ward I PHONE 218 -I HAS
"Movie Are Better Than Ever" Mr. AdL-Mrs. R.-H. Barbour were I
with living quarter in the rear. I
hosts at""delightful.barbecue -
t supper \ Miss Shirley Colley will Co OvNIAI
'' return
at .their-,,home on KingsleyLake I
her duties at the
L Nov. 10 ONLY Tues., Wed. Nov. 13, 14 Thlirftiay< of 'last, week for to as secretary '
Pan American Union In Washington -
UBLE FEATURE : the personnel and 'their! famlllei FLORIST',.
i's''s(' D. C, this weekend.
of the lirWa Improvement Commission -
ley I ''at Camp Blandlng. Mra. William R. Morse, Mr
ROGERS Lex Green, Mrs F. F. and
Robert Calnea of,,Pensacola" spent Stump FLOWERSFOR
*' ** tUUUfIMUSICALJ Mrs. E. K. attended the
1 the) weekend with Ws! brother, W Perryman '
TRIGGER W.. Calnes. Jr.,. and family. all day district meeting of the Fed- ALL, OCCASIONS!! ARRIVED TOWN
1 .
Woman' Club
acct Mr. and Mrs.' ''Morris J.cksonand In Jacksonville -

imia he children of Jacksonville spent Wednesday.
eA several days last week with Mr Friends of I. P. Shepherd will be,

-AND .Jackson's mother, Mrs. Carl Jack happy to hear that he returned (j)
Marx son. Mrs. Jackson also had ai home Wednesday from St. Vin

e l Sunday guests Lt. and Mrs. Robert cent's Hospital. He I I. getting
Jackson of Camp Stewart, Ga. along as well as can be expectedfrom DISH GARDENS
RSA Leslie Starling of Miami visited his recent heart attack
KING Bra" his brother-in-law and sister Mr Miss Alice June Harding of Atlanta AT

..SHS ''lAMJ. and Mrs. James Deaver on Satur Is returning home today for ,
w day. a week's vacation with her parent

WILD. ...ItORSES.un Miss! Manes Dodd of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harding. The FLOWERS 'WIREDANYWHERE OF COMMERCE
spent .the "weekend with hl'r.. Harding family.,Including Tommy STARKE CHAMBER

parents. Mr. and. Mrs. W.. J.. Dodd,,I from U. of F., and Miss Allese
Fiesta Time" Cartoon and Jr. Lawson will attend the Florida- I Nona St Stark

Monster" Serial.Mon. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray and Georgia game in Jacksonville Sat- '

baby Ricky, spent Sunday with |urday. Get -ticket at local merchants arid guess

Nov. 11, 12 Mr. and Mrs.,, Cecil*, Thomas. In I YYVYVVYVVVVVyyVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVvvvVVVYVVVVVVvVVTNOTICE ', your _

Gainesville.Mrs.. H-.C. !. Broadway and chip ,I how many grains of corn a goose will eat in 30

dren spent Saturday and Sunday :; ''
DllifNijj: In ,Dade City and brought back 4 4 days.' One guess with each $purchase.. Be

with them Mrs. G. T. McClure-wh 4

M-G-M" msiirn drtY., "aNUffQL' .' for had the been past visiting seven*weeke.relatives, then .. ,+ 4. TryalOur '_' .pec.a 4:4 .sure tq ask for your tickets.

I Flu "Word for Greeks"'Short an<1 I Mrs. Edward Burns Mrs. Joe 4
CLARK_ Latest World New Wilson and Mrs. R. J. Davis attended -
the wedding and reception TURKEY DINNER AWAY !
;ROSS THE Saturday of Miss Barbara Jean

DE MISSOURI Thur.,"frU-.-.. Nov. 15, 16 Mayhugh to Clifford Geiger, Jr. a; ......

in Green Cove Springs: The May SERVEDTHANKSGIVING r ...
R UNKNOWN MAN hughs are former residents of
cN jl
Starke. It
1riQlc With WALTER IDGEON Representing the Junior Wo- Ask About

man's Club at the Florida Federa-
hut 1; LATEST NEWS.AINU| "Elephant Moose" Cartoon .
tion Woman's Club meeting In

Jacksonville Wednesday were Mrs. NOV. 2nd. ; I.
Cliff Hazen. Mrs. Bill Scruggs,
and Mrs. H. H Adams. WITH ALL THE
Miss Emmalyne Mathews of

NO 'MAGIC'or' 'MIRACLES' gao Ocala parents spent, Mr....the and. 'weekend.Mrs- L.. 'with U. Mor her. TRIMMINGS plus DESSERT'A NEW low-cost HEATER gives .

Mrs. W M. WimberlY la undergoing

.*: AWAIT .*serious major operationin You .. ,, a nEat
St. Vincent's Hospital today.

THE HARD OF HEARING and Mrs.attended Mrs.Ned Jack'Ysncey the Parker balloon and and parade children daughter In PRICE $1.25 MORE\ HEAT with LESS OIL !

Confusion is being created by some Jacksonville Mrs. M. C.MondaY' Ford 'Jr. left-Wednesday .1, AT THEBRADFORD ., -

aidsring for Atlanta Ga. to spenda '
current claims. about hearing few days with friends. HOUSE
Bob Gottb'rjr and Jerry Lawson,

j aids that advertlset"marvelous new Inventionsnoe who have enlisted in the Air Corps,. 112 S. Cherry St. ... Mrs. ,W. C. McCord
' of either ear "new and revolutionary left Wednesday for Lackland 'Air
kind In ,
any or i &&& &&&i&&&& & &&& & &i& &&&&&&& &&&
'"ntlona of Base Sam Antonio'Texas on Wed- ---i
hearing aid without a cord or connection,. .

""y'kind." or "no tubes' :"no 'batteries.." etc., may not be en- nesday.Mrs. Jesse Newsom, who underwent ,

'f'Y fains but are misleading to manyLet's an operationMonday 1n.

Alachua General Hospital, returned -
set..the record"straight home Wednesday/

>I hearing aids require something In or behind the ear. Mrs. Parker Dampier of Jacksonville BigCold ROYAL) HEATER i 4 .
recent visitor of the r
was a
nomcthing Is the air conduction receiver or the
R. C. Dampier. for a few days.
"Auction receiver. There Is no such thing as no connec-
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Neweome with
1)1 either to the ear or behind'the ear. Every hearing aid and son, John Mack, and daughter -

W I/'I's either a cord wire, or a plastic tubing to carry Miss Evelyn Newsome."spent i

"""d 1 to the ear. .AH hearing aids today require batteries to Sunday in Jasper, Ga. visiting Power I Air Blower I

r (the electronic circuit In the hearing aid transmitter. friends.
"Ore Is with- Sen. and Mra. Charley, E.Johns
no conceivable manner of Improving hearing '
15 and daughter Markleyann will
Power to "push" sound through to the brain.
spend the weekend In Jacksonvilleat !

''fe, of Sonotone, have long realized the need to do every 3 the Mayflower Hotel where they Coming

'""I\po gible to provide a fIrst rate hearing aid that can be wilt attend a banquet Friday eve- rM '
** In doing ning at the George;WashingtonHotel Power-Air Saves to 25%
:it, comfortably and as Invisibly as possible. and also attend the football up
We have done nothing that would in any way reduce game Saturday afternoon.Mr. i1Don't

*fetter hearing we-are seeking to bring or that would _and Mrs. Robert S. Bird Here's a genuine full-size Duo-Therm .. from flying ap the flue-transfer* more 4.:; a. /J
site our Instruments less efficient hearing aids. were guest of relatives In Starke ,$fr get caught. *circulating beater thsc's BIG In everything best into your borne. 7 1.i

We have maintained high quality and high fidelity back- the route past to weekend attend the as they Fall were Frolicsat en- xr 4k\\ Come in today for h/price. Just look sc these feature ..... Finger 1 Tip Canfrel I Dial I give I. you worklets ''-j. yt/

by th steadfast desire to bring the best In hearing. This the University-of". Florida. Mrs. c P't, 1. Fewer-Air Blower.keeps more warm sir ilinici best si the turn of a dial. 'I"'t'.r10 :-"
* always that our circulation glees uniform floortoYou can adjust the best to meet your :
been Sonotone's policy. We pledge you Bird Is the former Nancy Knight.Mr. .
ceiliag best.Saves up to 23X on fuel oil need ,
rT the and Mrs. Bird are-now residing exsct 1
will always be>, better instruments to bring you .
actual teed Only Duo-Therm has ill ;
bjr .
"*\Posnible at 4440 Merrimack Street, You all those famous Duo-Therm .'
hearing, not gadgets for me-onl"! get per. '!
Jacksonville. ANTIFREEZE 1 2. Due-Therm's Exclusive Burner mixes)just formsac (estates with the Duo-Therm <
Mr. and Mrs Alton Revell and j v +F w+a the right amounts; of sir sad fuel oil for Royal. You get them for "wry Jew dollar! -r;, '

Po., eyesight I I. usually corrected with properly fitted daughter Judy, of Tallahassee]\ clean efficient be. You get m.rt bmlnm Come la! and ace B* BOW and lObe your t tr:,,,,",'

gear 's. The obvious and practical step with poor hear- will be weekend guests of Mr. and / scary drop tf till hestlog problems for yesr" to come. Convenient ,

leg to fitted hearing aid Mrs. Guy Sale. 3. A Special Watle-Stopper Is built right credit can be arranged to suit your Ii Vi:
with a properly
compensate Dr. and Mrs )f. B. Herlong 101 I This fuel saver. help. keep the heat had.... 1C.
spent a few day In Jacksonville
HEARING IS PRICELESS this week visiting< relatives.Mr. i See Us For Your Heating Problems //i

PROTECT IT! and Mrs. Edwin O. Charbonneau -
spending: this week with Mrs. Carrie -
Ward and plan. to leave Tuesday !

S SONOTONE E to settle on either the East or Service Center Station 4

West coast of Florida.A. WiNKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE

L. Buford of Tallahassee will SEEDER D. GOODMAN
OFJACKSONVILLE spend. the weekend with his broth- C
:' er-in-law and sister Dr. and Mrs. U. S. 301 at South City Limits 222-221 Temple Ave. u. S. 301 Starke, Fla. Phone 166
':112' Greenleaf Bldg. William 11. Wiles, BIgr. R. P. Stubbins, who will also have s01r a

as a Sunday guest, J. Hall, of the Phone 206 -
U. of r.

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South. flange ZO East. I>ated this 24tn day of Octob"r.GJFICJL : :,,
weekly I Issues. '4 of fe..c-b; \ i
filed In the above entitled in next four official ALSO the Southwest .
plslnt nonce
Green.VertIficafe. hand and 0& .
room and the old worn out electric No. of Isusnce I rHUHe Airslnnt, you and sorts a "op\ 'Vln. my ... this OtoberWl'FlCIAI. SoiithwcM, i* of-Southwe 14 ( SEAL A. :J. Thomas, ts .
South.Range .
,, p1..rldC .a"1
I wiring. The Board assured the May 31, A I). 1'\l4rur I Ite.eriptin thorrof on r>r hi'ffirt* the 3rd dat 1" 10
Keystone Heights that these would be taken of Property. SKH of ..I Dei'ember, It'll mion.. Wnlter A 1. 1 q 1 SEAL) A. J. Thomas.As 20 E..t. containing By Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk. I, .r..ph. J : j 1 1J
group 7 South.Kanire Hhvlli-v. plalntlffi attorney herein said Court tOfU Dated thl.,
NW'4. HedIon 16. Township Clerk 01 TiiiJI"crT.cr"HOWEVER? to 4 U/l i ,J. "UI ,
rare of an soon an possible. In 21 Knot: 40 AcrexName thu'e.< nddreee Is I lAO Voltisla AvenueDi T. D..ve. Deputy Clerk from I J 95l. (,

the stove is supposed to be replaced -I In which assessed: M C. & > tiria RI-HI. h. ElilnIIMttliN P Myrtle. lIes", 20..05 GuarantY Life 1..f'm..nt NOTICE TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL IIr\1).1, .
fact. n to I
f Inc.
Ic. I : VMl' NOT >B A PRRKI' !:- American Tong Oil Court Bradford County, l'',
n IloIxeu.l FlorIda. Cl'rI, "
Carnltnl A f Sucecnii : < IMlfl D'li1Vlft3: : I FKNTKRf'H ; In'k.onvl., Inc: I I'',. "
this week. Certificate; No. 13. Year of T.KNII-, I, !.IllnK. 10119, ft Uj Clay Electric Cooperative Florid la Caaneery.Anna E Myrtle '1' P, .
The FTA Carnival on Oct. 31 Terminal Item" 'am-e June, I. A I>.\1949 I I, AV4AINIT" : Toil FOil recorded In Mlscellaneotis. Book Kro. ck)'. Plaintiff v.. John 'I 1 1NOTICB ;"
I I of Property N 4 "' I II .4i..14 FAIt.niKThe : 8S1. of the Public Records Defendant.
was very successful In more way Mrs. S. McKay Mrs. Frank I I..N..n.lp In Womllawn, Sect I I.n: I',, I I nature of this oiilt Is a. Bill ,, ,. OTU'I TO. Bradford Ceusty.l'iridnt 11. pane of Alachua County. Florida Case No. 815'' -TO

than one. It kept the small fry Walrath Jr., and Mrs. Al Nelson 'Township; G "Mouth' nangre. 'it Rust In'' vsi-ntA the Nutnre set HNld'of n, mil ennui' of and Hevlewlo forever I In f'lr..U in (.lsncery.FI..r'r. .r. the said easement bolnir a power Notice To Appear.To In Circuit C"urt, APPEAR
Is Acres. .. Willisl'rn'll ""..' Krosecky whose residence Fi.riiet Iralu'4 ,
plaintiff, rlRht-of-wav John I. .
of >c-ord that certain. I".rn.; line "BeVtuTnoanement : nc.
fun that they had this week Greens ratinel ri "
no buoy having; made a trip to i I Name In which" nesoxxeil: Oit I lirimiioerv lluyns. on the land In and address Is: c/o Mu.I.lpalSanitorium. Jeanne, A. Bteph ,
I I final d ( ree .t 1l\orii entered > Poorer De.nlant. t" : .
na\( time to think up any mischief. boro. N. C., stopping on the wayin I rV'hmlrlrvnifUale:. No "57 Year of Issuance I ;Itllt' No 7474 whereinJess 83 H, Township 7 South flange. 20 Otlsvllle, New York. Charlie I' "'t.ph" ;, f' I..',
little Miss Anne Wal. I I IIpprintin !* 1.vite, WAM plaintiff ant> I 't.tiee Appesi'. Enut. You are hereby notified that a '
:AI a result there was Very Atlanta to see June I. A.n. 1948 T. SoutheaatroVner e \
Burns In and custody and Notice To
Cooper ALSO Divorce
I Arthur Thomas r i>vlne was iterant 'lllie. p.rn.n two acres suit for ApI' ..
vandalism usually OHSOclatcd! with rath who is In school; at Agnes lot Ktt of $ 'I.tf..tli,{'l,r.t!Section wo IK, I nnt lately pnncllna: In the CtnrUH. uhose T" r.-Ulonc U: Unknown. SWV. of 8WH of Scctlen control of minor child has been filed Jo: Chnrlis_: ''I .ireiiidentc ;" ,"

Ilollowe'en From a financial standpoint Scott. Township tI Hull I h. lIne 11 Hast I Court of (ho niirhth Judicial Clrottli' Yon, are hereby notified that a D. .Township 7 loulh. flange 20 against you In the above named i ;, ,
A *rc-s. 'In. and for ItraOfuril County, Florlla. Divorce has .. filed"pYalnst Fast lying: West of Court and cause and yon are r*- Ave., Lo. Aug. I I. s ,
It was successful also net Mrs. Clements' has gone to dlami) I Name In which assessed: Z. IIOrllftoate and to declareArthur. ThomarDevlne : you In the above named. Rllllrn"llnd highway respectively quired to serve a copy of your answer You are i..i, i "- ",' I

ting $213.80 for the general fund. to take her daughter and grand Iiswyer. to I It*. the surviving spoils' Court and cause and J"lu are '* Includlnathe: '.I"wln. .1..- or pleading' the complainton Cult for flit ,u, .
I No. 3T Year of lesu. of said Jessie,. Dovlne Dec-eased. and fiilr. .l to ....Ive. copy of your answer ,,crihed property: JalnnloA: 211 the Plaint '. Attorney T Frank custody and ".nl"1" I
The officiora and committee wish I children home after their visit .lire .lime 1. A D l 4tDescription her sole ant] onlY helr-nt-law en- | or plencllnii I to the complaint. feet RVest of of ..drum. Rtarke, Florlla. and fie ohll ha. be, .n ..I.d i "
who to It here. She will stay a few days In I of Property. Lots I. 2, titled to receive her estate. and t, the Plaintiffs AttorneYs' I-a". dc Tlhed piece or par. In of In the nb, v <"\
all on followlna;:
to thank helped put I II Hlk I 8, Sunny .h1r'i.n."il ., 8 rtlon declare. the following; described. Evans. ami, Neal. n Kv"n"i f'ida of ,land towlt: Two acres inSothenst .. o..lflnAI .. Circuit Court on or and cause and v. ., n..d I
over; especially the Lions Club Miami with them. Mr.. Ella Bird SI I, Kanire trnperty, sltunte, lying and being T. Law Exchange Building. .. -M corner of PW' of BWJ4nf before the 28th day of November serve a copy of your are I 0'1''' '

who had charge of the hot-dog' went with them as Jar as Lake.Ill East: in VnluHln County, Florida, tn-wlt sonville. Florid' ami file the oilnlnR Section 5. 7 ItSl! otherwise the allegations of pleading to the ttH'
I Name In which assessed: II. A. Lot Three. (:.1), Triork A. never Town.hll jo'E' 1
In the office of the rlerk..of.lVhCircuit of Railroad said ( will b* taken as con- Plalnt'f' Attoriiey
land where she will visit her eon I Matiassa. | Range: 20( lying "nm.lllnt "
Club who served .
stand; the Rotary I Iv Court Huhitlvlston of Lot Four Court, on or ". 1".1. right.flfWayrespectively teased by you. p.r. Graham fii'iiwlnr I]
Dr. D. Paul Bird. I All of the ...rn property hilnit lr (4) ami part of Lot Five (5))I. otherwise" and published vllle, % j
the hamburgers; the R E. A and the founty of Irradford, Htote of any of November 15: iun thenceWesterly Thie notice shall be Florida and t.i *
Tflock Sixty (10), TIlHThee's tInyOnna of Complaint .ni week for four .* In the office of In1 M
In each the
I allegations
Anderson Is : thence once con..ecut.
Major Walter D. on Florida.ITnless the SOIt f gNortheasterly
the Humphreys Gold Corp. for .. per map In Map nook n. < nf.." Bradford .. cult Court on ot I'
I such certificate. or c'ri'flcaten will l be taken an \ "ed.byh,10.u'., direction long weeks In the or before the
I their help with the lighting and his way home from Korea. He I shall be redeemed accorilltieto 1'aor of 104. nmons thepublic. records This notice .hal be rlBht-of-way of railway. 4011 feet. graph. of November 105; otherwi' ,aallegatlona

f serving coffee and the use of their left there Oct. 24 and Is expectedhere law the property described In da. Volusla County Flori once each .... four conae..u.lve CountyT'r thence. South ISO feet to point of Dated this 24th day of October of Compla
such certificate or certificates will 'B week In the Bradford be taken .. .
trucks; and the judges of the costumes About the 25th of this month.''he sold to the hla:",.t bidder. at th.House ,- to:% be the homestead of A rthttr Thomas benlnnlnacontaining: : 2-3 8, Town.acre ,. SEAL) A.I. Thomas Thl. cont..d b-y Yo, ,
door the first M' Devlne on ,the date of the. death of a" day of October.. more or less. In COJ"FICIAL Circuit Court. once each e.p"
Mr. and Mra. R. C. Pekie have Court on > this Ulh of the week
I Dr. Farrar Mr. Altman said Jessie Devlne. May' 10. South. Rang20 East. ,.
to-wlt 7
)t tiny In the month of December. tOIH, T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk weeks ,I. the Bradford"
bought the McKay house on Lakeshore 151 and to enjoin Henry T. WhIte, asftectitor 1351. Thomas. I Doraev Frame Trailer. Motoror By Myrtle County
I I and Mrs. McDonald: also Griffin's which l I. the 3rd day of December (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. I. ft 1118NOTICE graph.
Drive and have moved In. I mi. of the. .... Will anil Clerk of the Circuit Court.Ib' Serial No 1001. 10/2 Dated this
Gift Shop. Murray's Sundries I Dated' this lot day of November, Testament of Jessie Devlne I>e. Myrtle T. Deav.r. Deputy CI.rl! 1 Dodge Truck Fertlll.er Of APPLICATION FOR 1951. 1th day or 0
: They are from Chicago.Mr. I ceased from further proceeding In ; No. EnCine .
Harvey's Drug Store. and Red- ItM loll 111| IIpr..d.r. Ser. '11-1087. TAX (OFFICIAL. SEAL
I A. J. Thomas. Cleric of rirmiltCourt the administration, of the Kstate of 4 No. 12009397 DFWU ) A. 3. 'b
and '
and Mrs William Beam la that L. 'A. Clerk
Notice hereby of
fearn's Variety Store and Key Jessie the
I of HrHcHorcl rvninly. Flori Devlne. Deceased, In the "tractor Motor
APPEAR White Truck Circul
children hue ret ;ned"" from' 4t 1I/13 Bounty Jndae's Court, In and forVolusla NOTICE Wynn the holder. of the following E Myrt. T. Beaver.
da. 11/2 : S17M4.
stone.: HU.. :Reality Shop for the I' In Circuit .. Bradford Couuty.Florid No 1BOA SUo Ser Ne. filed said certificates.
prizes they donated for the cos- three week visit to Newark NJJ.! County into possession Florida and and, ncr-n fromentering ,, ,.( ......,.. 1 Fruehanf trailer Motor or c.Ufl""t.tnI a .h.to be Issued thereon. 4 10it
I NOTION' TO APPR4.Rl James Orover Mefla old l. PI.lnlf.I Serial No. SF111525 and WPM 125. certificate number and NOTICE >
9. E. went to > of said and to havea The
McKay Tampa pane property ye.r $
tumes. i rleealt Court. Rreefer Cosmtr. receiver to take v.. Mary Katherine. 1 White truck "tractor. Motor of Isauance the description the !. Tlrreilt l'curt. Uradfoii
this week for the State Realtor.I ... .. ._,.. appointed charge I Case No. 742 No. 811S45. '
Prize winners were: Roberta .1. l C. of said' property. durlnir the pendency fendant. No. IMA. 7515 roperty and the names In which It Fiends I. Cfcaaew.
Convention. Ralph K. [Dtiston Plaintiff va. Ida of this. suit and for other relief I Notice T. A.r.I I Fritebanf. tr.I. Motor or was assessed ate aa follow.: Ralph Emerson. MoMIMnn
McDanlel.whose pi,
Sibley. Emma Kate :Forsythe Linda Tonlllla Duston DefendantCase I Mary Katherine No wr," III.I .
prsyed. In said. Bill of Complaint I To: Serial Certificate No. Teal of Iseu- v. Grace
A Girl Scout has been organized I No. S7.4 I and is 11. R.II.'h ,
Anthony, Jimmy Fox. Barbara Troop !Netlre' Te I This Notice tn Appear shall bepubliehed I, residence .idr..a Red Ford truck "tractor, EngineNo. ance September AD. I9S5Description tend"nt. I"MII.
here although not one a week for four (ft General Delivery care B s'l'455191. of Property: All SWU
they are
Allen Mary j. Basher, Sylvia To: Ida Tontllla Puston, .whoseresidence ftonserutlve weeks. m the Bradford "". Hinton. Wee VirginiaYou i 1 Special ,,.11 'r.I..I. Motor or of NWV4 or f N of Public road M Notice To Appear.
I 1st GeneralDelivery
registered have not and address that a Lt
yet and received
Gllsson and Larry Gordon. -I Denver. ColoradoVou I II County Teleo-rsph Rtaric.' Florida. I" are hereby notlflel. men Serial No NIS44 of '% or Lot 3, Section To: Grace Habltmh MM
their number : WITNKMH hand and seal of for Divorce h" 1 RP4 Caterpillar tractor, Ser. XI whose residence.
School troop They I are hereby notified that a I mv above named. Township 7 South Range East I. Milieu, o,
ImprovementsAt office. at ntsrk, Florida thin 29th againSt you In the No. 2T8715W. I. .. You are hereby.
48 or
will meet 4 stilt for Divorce has been filed. I required acres more nntifi,) ,
every Tuesday at and are Conlalnlnl
the meeting of the agaInst you In the above named I day of October. A. D. 19M Court and cause you 1 Arrow Bnlldoaer blade, 1915. which ... Unknown.All suit for Divorce and
open In the town hall under the leadership tHirt and cause and you are re* I fCOt'RT !SWAT,) A. :J. Thomas, to serve. a copy of complainton your answer 1 I.rxrilnit: Hyster wench, Serial of said property. being In the separation aar..em. ,"t r.lfl.1,,

School Committee on Sunday It 1 I of Mrs. John Rivers ulred to serve a copy of your anwer I An. Clerk of the Circuit Court, or.pleadlnr to the T. Frank No. 20011 County of Bradford, State of Florida.I againat you In the abort
was decided to send a delegation or plesdlnsi to the complaint on I rfradforrt ('.", ntv. Flerliln. the Plaintff'* Attorney and file I Stump I>o.er. Unless such certificate or certificates Court and cause A"d, are
The meeting of the Community the Plaintiffs Attorney. T. Frank I Bv Myrtle T. Denver. Deputy ClerkWelter Florida the I RD4 Caterpillar tractor Ser.la ahall be redeemed aocordnsr "d to serve II YOI copy !
of or
to the School Board meeting In .andrum Htarke, Florida and file I A. OheileyAttorney the original In the offIce ) No TlUflO. law the described In answer or ,
:: to property :
Church Women scheduled for last Court on or be.ore ,1..lna ,
Green Cove Springs and to ask Mr. I the original I In the officeof the Clerk I for Plaintiff' Tlerk of the Circuit November. 19511 I 10' offset Kllllfer harrow such '. or certlfle.te plaint on Plalnlft.. .tti'
Tuesday was postponed until Tuesday of the Circuit Court on or before the I 100 Volusln Avenue the 19th day of Serial No. 1847.t I c..rttc. to the highestbidder ltvan T. Evans
of said will MI iYVHI D, W
I 1101.
Nelson to act as spokesman for the .rd dny of December.. 1951: other.wise Daytona Beach Florida otherwise the .1..tlon. with hydraulic door Jr., IU Law
Ford court onth
Nov. 13 because of the absence I ,. aa con. at the hou. Exchnnn ,
the alterations of said Com- 11/2 4t 1121OPICE Complaint : 5F.JIOlii.. JI
about ,11 1A4A JaclcsonvIlipiril
R.i.l ?
Accordingly .A.e of December ,
!group. .. fIrst Monday In and ,f
81 -
will ..
plaint be taken, confessed by I .
dozen representative. from Keystone of so many of fleers ,and member.. you. I TO ciip.niTons "This by notice shall b. publishedonce 1 Dodge jI.k'lflnrT24; 1861. which I. the S day of orlglnaf: In the office nt th,

The Woman' Club will hold the This notIce shall be publishednee (1H1.1 Probate Act, Hers.. lift. 120) *aah wk for four consecutive 485. Serial December 18>1. nl the> Circuit Court on or Wf0
Heights went on Monday to each week for four consecutive. .. The (:....t .! tSp ('...n., ........ weeks In the Bradford County Tele- Bauer Tunar: Huller "port. Dated this 18 day ef October, 1961. 18th day of November n51'l;
the meeting. Mr. Ne1 on. In behalf regular meeting Tuesday. Nov. 13 weeks. In the Bradford County Tel. BrBdfBrd County, Florlil. able,. Chassis No. 2362-Huller A. J. Thomas wise. the allegations: of Mid I

of the thanked the at 8 p.m. raph. I .. PmkBto.'n *rnaed? this Ulh day of October. No. 11941 town Dated this list day. of October r*: Ketate. of Nelson T. Green 19S1 1 Phelpa Pn..umatc. unloader Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford yottThla
ti Board for four things already The Club will hold a bake sale 195!. I Deceased OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Cap. 10 ions per .. Installed County Florida. netice shall he tMibll.hf
OFFlCTAt BRAD A. :J. Thomas. '|'. All rpdife.'. a4 P........ n.". ( Clerk of the Circuit Court 45! feel of 12" screw conveyor 10/2 4t 1/1 each week for four rot.
done namely; new linoleum on on Saturday, Nov. 13, at 10 a.m. In Clerk of the Circuit 'ourt.. INOT ClBlntB *r .......* As7Blets4 T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk Installed week. In the Bradford Coittihgrnph .

1 the lunch troom table.; electric front of the office of the Keystone By Myrtle T. Beaver Deputy Clerk ".111 IOB,ate>i By l'rt. loll illS 1 10 HP Sterling Motor, Serial NOTICE ''O APPK4RIn .
F water fountain Installed In the Water Work. Members desiring 11/2 41 11/J.1 You and each of you are hereby >T" 4t(8F-XPll KC. Circuit Court. Bradford tenet r.FlorMal Dated this. ith tiny of 0<
required to present' any OF lipKCItl, 1 10 lIP SterlingMotor, Serial I. Ckaarery.Jerome 1 ftRI.
lunch room: the painting of the to: contribute, ,contact Mrs. Sara OTICB TO APPEAR :::IItI""d:: demands which you, or NOTIf SALE MA"TFR' No 415DF-XP10 Miller PI.lntlt. va. Mary (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Th

insides. of the wash rooms; and the McDonald.Mr. pa rl..lt C..... ....fo.. C..t. either of k'.n':';; may have aralnst theestate Notice I I..* hereby given that pursuant 1 6 HP Sterling. L. Serial .B. Miller, I. Clerk of the ('irctuli,||.
of T. Green deceased, Case No. 8750 B .Myrtle T. Deaver Pop,,,.
1 PiorIda I. C:.. _. .. that certain No.
i to ,
cutting of a new door in Mrs.Qronto's and Mrs.: John C. Detweiler ate ef O.I County, to the Countyluilsre ; In Foreclosure made and 40TU'.XMI.O. Motor N. *.* T* A....... .
Ruth Llchten Plaintiff, fy."r".r I. 1011
vs. Htanleyilchlen.
1{ room. He reminded them made a trip to St. Petersburg this Defendant. Case No. 763 .at his: office Bradford. In the Cnuntv.court house Florida. of entered. on the I2th day of October 'I No. 15071. ,' To: Mary addt B MI.r.. 'whose 40 r..I"'d -
Not Ire T. Appear.Toi the Honorable Bryan Simp. 1 BO HP Electric Motor. no" and : Monrpe NOTICE TO APPK4H
of two things not yet done; the week. said County at Btarke. Florida 15. hv New York. I
Stanley Llchten. whose ,..1. Jiids-e of the United State Die.trict Serial No. 'Street, New Tork 1, IB rtrcBlt C..I. llntdloriFlorida
4 correction of two fire the dence I within etsrth, calendar" months from District' PE.nIO. You are hereby notified that a I .. ( .... ,..
hazards Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thomas of and address Isi, Unknown the time of the first' publication of Court for the Southern 1 1941 over EngtneTrnrk. .r
You are hereby. notified. that a Jacksonville. Division. Model 18 W. Engine No. ault for Divorce has been filed Edith Louise Fltlnll"Oeorite
wood demandshall of Florida NIJh.
heating stove In the lunch Daytona Beach this' notice. Each:: claim or
announce the birth In the above
suit for Divorce has been. filed be In writingsnd shall state certain muse. therein pending. : agalnsfyou: nam. A. f."d.nl
; of a daughter LJeth Scott Thomu.on asalnst you In the above named : : 1 nECOVSTRt'CTlON FI 09'3149.i machinery, Court and cause and you I N.N.t. ,
"""'-- the place nf resilience and post wherein t..the ,
Court and cause and quired to serve a copy of your answer .. T. _..
you ore re.nuired office Address of the claimant and ] CORPORATION. a equipment and personal. property I A..
Sunday Nov. 4. Mrs. 1."I..d
Thomaswas to serve a copy of your answer shall be sworn to by the claimant., NANCI corporation In .. owned by the American or pleading to the complainton I : George. A. Nigh' whowdenoe -

Miss Emily Reynolds of Key the Plaintiff's or pleading, to the. complaint on agent:: nr attorney an.i snv ouch AMERICAN TIINO Oil, MILLS. INC.. Tune OH Mills Pe..ndant., InC.. used. by the Plaintiff. Attorney T. Frank IRI: 189 Euclid A'o"o,, (
Attorney T. Florida' and file
stone Heights. '...andrum Htirke. Florida and file claim or demand. not so filed .shall' corporation et. al 1 are defendants, said Defendant I.. business con. l.ndrum. "tark., Ohio.
of the
) 1 the office'
: are hereby notified 1 it
the office of the Clerk be void being. : cane. No. I01H-J: (Civil the undersigned ducted In Brnoker, Bradford County before Ynl'
Clerk nt the Circuit Court on or
Church Schedule of"thlrIll';\ Court on or before the Winifred W flreen.: Special Mauler appointed Florida and also mil adittona. re. suit Divorce and mti'
of 1M
the 26th :
Baptist Church 3rd day of December 1951 As administrator of the Es.tete said Summary, : : of. placementsand Improvement to day of maiden name run bo.
otherwise bv
: Ildament wi
of said
: : of Nelson. T. Green.. .. the otherwise the allegation I against you In the above i
the I.
allerntlons of said Complaint for for sale and the foregoing all aa more
Sunday School 9:45 will nU.A....1First .1. 1 .y'f Complaint will be taken .. confessed Court and cause snd you arced T
JEWELERS be taken as confessed by ; highest: bidder f..1 ..h at the particularly .et forth In the afore ,

: Services 11OGa: ._ an of fltarke. Bradford County tile In the above de-
Training Union 6:13: p.m. once each week for four consecutive -lt/2 4t U/2T: City lltHl at on once each week for four consecutive I plaint on the Plaintiff OlInIEvan
fWALLIE MUIILHOFER Prayer weeks. In the Bradford County Tele. "Iorldlnn November 1. scribed Court.SI "..k. In the Bradford County lele- T. Evans, anil Neal n F
Meeting Wed. 7:30 and .....h._ 11.00: o'clock, A. M., following A. 3. ThoinasJr.: .r.ph. Jr., 103 Law K-ei-haiw:: flu"
Adult choir 8:30: NOTICB TO APPBARIB described property! Special 1".r. Dated thl. 24th day of October,
1KEYSTON1a IICIOHT8j p.m.. Dated this Slst day -of October / : Florida and fl
Circuit CBBrt Bradford Cn*> ("nmm..n..t the Northwest | nit| I..k.nnvle.
j>f to Store Young People's Choir'Thursday 1961. FIends IB C....-.rr.TlatpJi .. corner. of Section IT. Township 7 1011 4 1961. I the office of the,
h Harvey's Drug (oFFIcIAL BEAD A. J. ThomasV (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I.: Thomas, lot Court on h.f.
Lena thlr..lt
.t 7:30: p.m. Clerk ot the ClreultCourt.' I.. Adam Plaintiff v* South. Range-to Beet, and NOTICR TO APPEAR j Clerk of th*. Circuit Court. I Uth dsv of November.o lOll:

u' 0't Catholic Church By Myrtl T. :Deaver, Deputy Clerk Mae Adams DefendantCas No. $739Ntlr thence Kant alone the North aeetlon Circuit Court Bradford Cnmmtr, By Myrtle T. Beaver Deputy. Clerk. I wise. the allegations: cif aId
JIll 4t 1I/2J line of said Section 17. 1.1 Fl.ridet I. Chaeirery. I 10/20 4t I will b taken confer
plaint *
.. Mass at 11:00: a.m. on the- 1st T Avuear.To residence chain. to the rl.ht-of-.IY Morris Dvoren. Plaintiff va. Bertha I I yo,'. .
Adams whose
Mae ,
PromptEfficient 3rd, and 8th Sunday. In the Woman' WOTICK TO APPEAR : Lena Is Woodland Drive, Belton State Itnnd No. 111. thence F"ul"alnn. Dvoren Defendant. Cane No. 4748Kntle NOTICE TO APPEAR I 'This shall be nuhllr.hreach ,
!. Circuit (....t. Bradford C.... ., : .rlirht-of-way of said T. Appear. !. Clrealt Cmsrt. Bra.fr. Ce..,yFlorMat I nolI'. for four, rnnwweeks
r Carolina.You
Courteous Club. .2nd and 4th Sunday. Nn. Ill, 18 S* chains to an Bertha Dvoren, whose real .
,f FlorMet .. Caaiievrr.Menry hereby notified that a 1".I To let Chaeirery.Robert i In the Bradford Cminhgrsph. '
at 8:00 a.m"Community C. Drew, Plaintiff vs. Penal suit for are Divorce haS beep filed make, thence. ran West 10.11 dence and address. In: 37' PaikAvenue I Carter, plaintiff .*. Ella I .
& ServiceEXPERT Clark Drew, In the above named chains to the West auction line ofF..lnn Bronx New Williams Carter nlt.nt. I Dated this 19th tIny of' flOFFICIAT.
Church against you
: el..nd..t.Cu. No. (753 Court and cause and you are required 17. thence run North Toil are hereby notified that a .e Cast No. 1740fofle I i 195).
( Sunday School at 0:43: a.m. !Netlr' Ta> A...... to serve a !opy of your anawer chains to the Northwei. stilt for Divorce and approval ofSeparation Te> Appear. i ( SRAI.) A. J n
O Service. aflllOO To- Pencle Clark Drew whose pleading t to the complaint corner of said Section 17, the agreement. has been filed To: Ella Williams I Carter, whoseealdence Clerk of the 11..1
a.m. residence Is: c/o Mrs Kea-lnsld Buff. the or plaintiff's' Attorneys. Evan point of beginning.A1.SC0 against you In the shove named la: 14 Fiche Street, Port.nouth. .. !I By Myrtle T. Deaver, 1'
Christian Endeavor at 6:43: p.m. kin. 7i rionssles Gardens. Columbia T.on Evans and Neal D Rvans, Jr. 10J commence at the North Court and ...u. and you are required Virginia {
l WATCH The Catholic Women will hold South Carolina. Law Exchange Building. ,Jacksonville ; went corner of Section 17. Town- to serve a copy of your an- Tn. are hereby. notified that a ;
Ton 7 South flange ,10 Kant to the complaint .. .. filed
are hereby notified th.t a Florida' and file the nrlclnal' ship swep or pleading Divorce has been OOTICB
their next meeting at the home of suit for Divorce has been filed In the. office of the Clerk. of the, Circuit thence run West 1417 chains to on the Plaintiff. Attorney, 'F. Frank against you In the above named Notice Is- hereby given Ihiunderelorned
; REPAIRS Mrs. Helen Berson. ...In.t you In the above named Court on or before the 19th day Berry West line thence run indriim. Rtarke Florida: and file Court and cause and you are I Is ennaiil In hoI
Court and cause and you are required of November 1981: otherwise the aU !South 2015 chalna. thence. run the original In die office of the quired to serve. a copy of your I under the fictitious name nf
0 They wish to thank the management to serve a copy of your answer lesratloni. : of said Complaint will betaken East 14 tt chains tn West eec.tlon Clerk of the. Circuit Court on or before swer or pl".dln. to the r..1 1.1': Newbern Studio, Rtnrke, Bri
of Lee' or "....dln. to the complaint line of Section line of Sea the Z6th day of November. on the Inter'register '
s Drive In Theatre as confessed by you. Alorn..y. Florida and
.. for on the PlaIntiffs Attorney nay Hel- b 11. thence run North along 19(111( 1 .lh..r.I.. ... the allegation: of Selden County.
, ; Hour Dally A.M. to PJW.WedaeaxUy This notice shall published lon 1..1..n. Buldln. I ssld fictitious name
a donation of S30: as a result of den, PJelden: trultdlnir, Daytona once each week for four cbnsenutlv section. line of said Section said Complaint .1 be taken as Florida, file the i loffice: of Clerk of the Circuit
8.. 11 NMB the movie which they Beach, Florida and file the orlclnal week In the Bradford County Tele- 17 to the Northwe.t corner of said confessed bv yonThl. original In the office of the Clerk I''of Florid
sponsored In the. office of the Clerk of the Circuit Section. I. the point of hearln.nlns : notice shall !>. "ubUs"el of the Circuit Court on or before R.dt.r.1 Count foi' f
last week. The money will go to Court on or before the 3rd day .r."h.Dated. this 11th day of October ?. said lands lyIng: and once each week for four the. 19th day of November 1951Votherwise I I .b rn. 10115 I'M '

f the building fund. allegations of December of l5lt said otherwise. the mi. ,being In Section II. Township 7 w<'eka .In the Br.dfo"County Tel. the al..tlon. of said
Complaint will
be taken as eonfeseed --- -- --
NOTICH OF APPLICATION FOR This notice shall b* publishedonce ynti Clerk of the Circuit Court
TAX. I)KK.. each week. for four consecutive Py Myrtle T. Beaver Deputy Clerk
NOT1CK 18 HtCHHHY GIVEN weeks In the Bradford Tel- loll 4t 11|19
I IA11ENTION T hat T. J. Alderman the holder of# are ph. County --

the foliowinscertificates has filedaid Dated this Ulh day of October. nOTICH TO APPEAR 'ore Chevrolet

certificates for a tax Deed to "51. Im Circuit C...*. Bradford. Cuu y.e"lrldai People Bug
". Issued thereon. The certificate ([OFFICIAL. BRAD A. :J. Thomaa. _. Cbaoe.n7.AndreweTokoelt ..
Numbers and Veers of Issuance, the Clerk ot the Circuit Court. (Also..dtnown A*
t If You Have description. of the property, and thenames By Myrtl T. Beaver, Deputy Clerk Andrew Takoch and Andrew Ta-

I follows In which It was asseesed areas 11/2 4t 11/21 ksoh). Plaintiff vs. Marls Sims .

I PINE OR CYPRESS Certificate: No. It. Y
j May II. A.!). 147.Deenrlutlon !. Clreult ... .
C. ..., .. Cem,. To: Marl 81ma Tokoch. whose. ,4
TIMBER TO SELL of Property, That portion PlarMai !. Ckaeirerr.MevrlK residence and address Is: Ency,
of NW<4 of NW4 See. 4 W of ..Milton McMlllen. Plaintiff. .

Large or Small Tracts portion Hrooker of*NESt New of River 8:0. Road 5 to of*Scout that vs/'.Martha L. McMlllen-. Case Defendant.Nb. RIOt Abaumea-ye..ur.oo.r*Dlvore"has,, hereby Hungary.notified, that a Than Car
'been flle 4against
Hole Hoed Section .. Township Neffte ej. A.._.. AnyOth:
In the above namedCourt
1 Mouth. Hunae 10 East. 6 AereeName To: Martha L. McMlllen. whose. you
We Buy AU tn which ..._. lf Karl residence Is: "/o Henry Keener R. and eaus and you are required .-
D.: New Bethlehem. I ,. to serve a copy of your answeror
You are hereby n mIIVt'j, : a pleading! to the complaint on thePlaintiff's .
PAY TOP PRICES suit for Divorce has been. filed Attorney T. Frank Lndrum. '
! HswTe ..Iie.. against you In the above named Stark. Florida and file th* '- l Chtrnvlcfs lONGE
' the office of th. Clerk I
I Court and cause and you ar* r*. i Ih':1C' wi
quired to serve. a oopy of your an ''of n .Court on or befor 4)he d 8fldJOQI/ree w4.1 Hbe In to ll
..... or fieldIng to the complainton the loth day of November If51 : \ IWH 8-
j' ; Write or Call BronchitisCreomulsioa the Plaintiff. Attorneys. Eva otherwise' alterations of said u : 1 .

, T. Evens asd Neal D. Evans, Jr, Complaint will b* taken as oonfese.ed n lopiuSee
108 Law KxrhansT BulldlnaJsrk.. by you. 0. Osee --- $
""" sonvlll., Florida' and file. the orla-ln. This notice shall b* published Ce. .3';'

B.T.TIIOMASLUMBER it right to the teat o* die tronUato ., In the orflo of the Clerk of the .nc* each week. for four consecutive K.Mi.ies Mo weight :
vIp laden Circuit Court on or before the Ic, weeks In the Bradford County, 'Tele' -.-- .. the 2-or..
looeea and .pel gm I w.
day of December mi ; otherwise graph.Dated. N. pDt
phlegm and aid natur to sos **d altoa-atlon of said Complaintwill this llth day of October, fSPP1

CO. heal raw. tender. InftameJ .....W he taken as confessed by you. 1911. 1'
membranes. Guaranteed toptssnoirBsl This notice shall he published. (OFFICIAL REAL) A.I. Thfr.! 1 ,ii ) \ Chevrolet's gad the
one *.sh week. for four Clerk of the .
PHONE 211-J has consecutive (Ireul -. '
or money refunded. Q'eomulaioe ) week In the Bradford County Telearafth. By Myrtle T. De.ver, p..putl. Clerk. --' \L \ WIDEST TREAD
P. O. Des 735 of ...... ,
stood the test of million | IllS| -
FLA. Dated this SOth day of Octnh I 111. 4 \\ tread In its fed '
CREOMUE.SIONEvery 1901. IB ClrrBlt (..... nrj.frd between rear "h
(OFFICIAU PEAL) A. J Thomas. FI.rM.| lu Cka.esry.Carmen (-.f', ________ ldle.
C.uih o.t CeIo Mule 5.hSNI Clerk of the Circuit Court. Lee Bnxor, vs. Jesse i.1
-U By Myrtle T. Heaver, Deputy Clerk ] Gary Ensor. pt..ur '0 -i----

ll/S 4t 1I/S1 Case No 2714 '. -
Oc Order Of Publie.ti.o Au. Notice! T n'- _
"6TU'''' .1.0. epPII" ".._.. State Ot Florida Tet < !
Is ("I..... .
ccut. .
flesd.wd Ce..tyi,
Branch of Florida, !. C........,.. Jesse Gary En. whose residence ib
Alvin KusrenUreer. T>T.'lntirf. v- I and I | 1 Inl.n I.tne,

Mary Ruth (Ireer, Defendant I College You .drk...; tn appear on NoJ ',- ,
Case No. 7Netlre .
I INSURANCE T. Appear.To I vemher '111. the above named ,
: !Mar Ruth Or..... whose real .I Court and ., wherein plaintiff
,lence I.- 211 B. Kingston, Chnrlott. I seek* divorce. PYadford CountyTelegraph
North ('n rolln... shallpublish, this Order,
Yon are hereby notified that a
suit for Divorce. has been fllo '
.".In.t you In the above named -- \
un C. WALL AGENCY Court .and cause and you are r..
quired to serv a copy of ynutan- Let Us Thoroughly j!
swer or pleading: the complaint

I PLEASE PHONE 146 on the Plaintiff Altorn.,... Bvan Clothes
Wash Your
T Evans and Neal D. Evans Jr. ChevroSorsHNESTINFINECAR 0' __C.'
101 Law Kxrhanir: : "..lIdln<<. j ck.sonvllle ... '-
Constant Service Over 50 Years Florida and file the. orlntn.si : .

circuit In the Court office on of or the-htftire Clerk the of the". 9 Pod \\1.;:r rFor FEATURES .

day of December 19H1. otherwl:,.. 40c!
the slleirnttons I of said Cnnmli'n' .
will h* taken a* eonfe-ned bv von 0 Comfort Roomy Boy by Fisher
This notice shall. he publishedonce FREE Bleach I 1 I
each week for four consecutive I Dell balanced tmoothneu of Knee-

O.ALVAREZ&SONTRANSFEnANDSTORAGE Teleaseph.weeks tn the Bradford County Temple Aye 8&1: Action Ride t. cradled comfort of

Dated this SOth day! of Ortor195 --' Center.Pot Sup
1 0 'io
I_ (OFFI.MAT PEAt) A. AutomoticTranmi
_4 J. Thomas Safety Powerful Jamt>o-Dram Finest
Clerk of the Circuit Court -
& w. By Myrtle T. Deaver Depnty Clerk We W brake*, largest In the .. .Safety- . In the .low-price' field.America's .

Jz: __ 11/2 4t 11/23 Sight Instrument Pal sturdy ;

': anywhere In U. 8.EXCELLENT WOT1CB. TO 'PP""R Dry Your Clothes Fislrer UnUtecI Body. : PW
I" The ( Irralf CoBrf. VlKktk: JudleUl .
g" (.1...... IB ABd Per Bradfenl 40 I
C..aa.,.. Fiends For 20c Handling Ease Experience oe bu o
;g 1 ,. Vcea I d
*, Arthur IB Thomas CkBBeerr Dvlne 4. ,ftTn IMalntlff. v*. alert respoavene of Chevrolet's I' ex r

J'enry T. -White. as Executor: of the I New Automatic Orient the easy _
STORAGE last Will and Testament of Jessie cna I" .
Devlne. fII'........., and Sadie White. action of Cnw.Pil Steering. Largest and Finest Low-Priced Carl :__ ...

FACILITIES Ms wlf*. Defendant O :
IB Tke III... Of Tk. Stale OfFlorMa

Agents For TOHenry, i. T Whit.. a* Ruerntor

DELCIIERDROS. <>f the Last Will and Testament .of The Washeteria TORODE CHEVROLET CO-i

kw:1: Tessle Dmn.1 Deceased and Ma :
See uJt first! Massachusetts. !:: Street: Lynn,

You are hereby required to file a, STARKE COURT
your answer to the. BUI of Cem- FLA. CALL &


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I Presbyterian Church I were Sunday dinner guests of Mr School Superintendent: with good ole pork chops, etc. Clark. Mr. Clark's condition remains I
1 I
tip CUIt .r. and Mrs. Ira Lester. Tuesday Dr. W Woodham Planting Fall Crop. I the sam.
Sunday School at 9:43.Prlendahip : :. Miss Kathryn Colson spent Friday our School Supervisor; Seems as though everyone Is BirthMr

Class 10' a.m. night in Gainesville as the Wednesday, Mrs Jessie Chas- getting the farming blues. Notice I Rosier WEIDING
and Mrs. Odrlc are
11 am Morning service conducted guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Chll- tuln ont County Commissioner: William Crosby. J. R. Kelly and 1
by Rev. L. H. Elkel, of dress. Thursday Mr. If. B. Wigginsour Lois Newman all growing turnips the proud parents of a son, born

Mikesville. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill and little postmaster and former School for market Saturday November 3 ('n the Ala-
Youth Fellowship Sunday eve* daughters Wendy and Dcbby, I Superintendent: I Oscar and Sherman Crosby keep chua General Hospital
L;=- >iing at 7 p.m. were weekend visitors In Jackson 1 Friday, Mr. Morgan or some, planting They just finished Mrs. Al Griffith/ and daughter.

[ Church Methodist. ChurchThe \1I1e.1I.Ir.. other guest speaker will be withus. gathering: an acre of nice turnips. Evelyn spent Saturday in Jack
ptut TIIF.KESSA and Mrs. R. C. Gray Sr. of Hear Bobbin Crosby I la supplying sonville.BOAST.
,,1 i imitation la extended First Methodist Church of CIIKKSTIXN: CllfRCII Tampa spent Friday through: Sun I Sctzen with turnips and mustard

1 1 at:nd the services at the Starke cordially Invites you tc Much day with Mr. and Mrs. Robert every day. Fred Halslop has a We offer the people of Starke
? and being
d church of Starke. come to Church on Sunday, Nov progress growth is Gray Jr. nice young patch coming on. No-
tUaptH: shown '
at this church. We BAYLESS' HIWAYBY \
-.,'dad; morning at eleven 11. Sunday marks the beginningof cordially invite to services Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May will tice Floyd* Crosby preparing tc mid tlrlnlty one of the most
.l j\ bring the second the Slat observance of "Amer you our leave this weekend for Perrlna 1 Mrs. O. F'. Crosby plant some too. Gee, sure hope they
will "Doctrines ican Education Week." The every Thursday evening at 7:30.: don't the market. modern and finest equipped
, ,In series general Christian Endeavor 6:30 where,: they will spend the winter. I over-mn
[ege, thepie for the week Is "Unite begins at : Mrs. Anna Alexander, of Jack The J. R. .Kellya. II. B. Kellyi: BuUMliiK Florida i* Our Itoantlilln
J p.m. All young people of this sec Rajleiui" Church NewsDon't welding chops anywhere.All .
h-, for Freedom. In keeping with tion sonville wa the guest,of the L. J. and Floyd Crosbys trekked off to \\' Starving Buzzards From
[c the topic, the Rev. Thomas Q. Mitchell enjoy are the urged to be present Homer and Wyrms last seek Wednesday forget church service Brycevlle| Sunday afternoon" visit. (' ,a..t to Coast Work GuaranteedSMITH'S
' fellowship :; and
Sunday at 11 am Sunday
Julia Lawson at the I will pre ch Sunday morningon through Friday. Other recent Ing some of Mrs H. B. Kelly'sfolks '
I with MiaS Swindall will the J. K. KHKK: 'Prompt Removal of dead
bring; message. night at 7:30: by the pastor,
absence of Mrs. MonaL the subject, "Our Faith in God." visitors Included Mr. and Mrs. GARAGEAND
organist.the )I A cordial Invitation Is extended to l'El: TI'X."OSTAL' HOLINESS Purvis Hazen of Ocala Mr. and Ladd. Charles Newman, La von Crosby I ratlin, Iloiwn. Mule. and Hog,
C 1 Hour at seven-thirty I students, teachers, and school officials Mrs. Hadset Alexander of Jack The BajlesM Highway church and Marlon Castlea attended the Phone FLORIDA HENDElfKRS! MACHINE SHOP
,Happy CIlt'RCH
Lulnr for the congregational to attend this service at sonville, Mrs. Van Hazen of Brooker will sponsor a Training: Union, football game In Catnea, .'Ule\ Fri- STARKE 132: or Temple Ave. Starke
LTird by the pastor thel I which time they will be given Sunday School 10 a.m Mr. and Mrs. Seth Kennedy of study course beginning Nov. 14. day night. OAINKSVILLK 3330, Collect
Ljre -duo bringing the mue-I special recognition, The Senior Morning Service 11 a.m. Keystone Heights Mr. and Mrs. J All members are urged to take See the newly wed Jlmmle Cros
Tne youth choir sings directed Choir will furnish special music. Evening Service 7:30: p.m. T. Quigley of Starke and their this course. bys have been transferred back to

L Jones. Rev. Halnes mes-I Sunday evening Mr. Mitchell will Prayer Meetings Wednesdaynight niece, Mrs. T. 11:. Duncan, of Sympathy| Extended. Starke.: Jlmmle Is produce.. man .
L;till be "Hard Hearted Pha- preach on the Armistice Day 7:43: : p.m. Saturday night Gainesville. The community joins In'extending ager at Setters. I ...r": : :-- : -- ---::....:;:-::;;; --- -::-_:: -:'"
.' i message of evangelism Theme, "Did We Forget." During 7:45: : p.m. SCHOOL NEWS heartfelt sympathy to Mrs. J. Rev and Mrs. Hall of Pine Level
tern warning' I the evening service which begins -It. Gorslra, Pastor Our reporter, Barbara Matchett, W. Knight and family of AtlantaIn had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. R.
:.n day School meets at 9145: : Un-I at 7:30: there will\ be a periodof has been confined to her home because the loss of (their husband and R. Crosby and family Sunday.. CHRIS J. NEWBERN\ STUDIOS
liB upervtslon of Dr. W. J., silent prayer In honor of those CHt'RCH DEDfCATION: of Illness so we did not have father last week as a result of a Their daughters Haven of Gainesville ,
yam!) Jr. staffed with a corps who have given their lives In all AT LONG BRANCHThe any school news last week bus-truck accident. The funeral I and Frances of Jacksonvillewere "The Rosin v Photographers"
IJII'than 80 officers and teach- wars. A special Invitation Is ex- Mary and Bill Johnson, who live was conducted In Lake Butler Sun home for the weekend.
. Training Unions gather at tended to servicemen and veteransto new Long Branch Baptist at Theresas are very happy over .day from the 'Christian Church I I Misses Mary Lou Alvarex (land OPEN SITTINGS "
k directed by J. T\ Lawson attend thjs service. The Youth Church will be dedicated in special the arrival of a baby sister. The Many of our folks attended. Mrs, Marlene Reddish of Jacksonville array thing 8 X 10
,deg "training In church mem- Choir will sing.The services to be held Sunday, Nov. little lady has been named Patricia Knight Is the youngest: daughter of also spent the weekend with their :Monday- 'Vetl.
[ During the mid-week Senior and Intermediate 11. There will be dinner on the Mr and Mrs. F. M. Norman and 'respective families anywhere .
dip" Ann.The 6:00 .
jnn each Wednesday at 7:30: Methodist Youth Fellowships will grounds, and everyone !Is cordially seventh and eighth grades' Is known to all as Carrie Belle Mile Mae and Bernice Kelly and 1 any time Portrait Thru : 1M.T 00
pistor brings an Inspirational meet at 6:30: p.m. Following the Invited to attend. I have Just finished an Interestingunit i Norman Knight: I Iris Crosby were In Jacksonville Saturday <
.study. More than seventy I evening service there Is a fellow. of study on "Cotton", They 1 Morn Hog Klllln's Friday. I $ 00 9:00: A.M.To 8:30 P.M. :.

Mr enjoy this hour of sweet ship hour for all young people. In iI were surprised at the variety of I Poor ole hoffs. The farmers j I Mary Alyce Crosby was among PHONE 3 SATUIID.VV.ALL.
I the recreation hall things which were made from cotton 103 8.30: P.M. DAY
kind inspiration. .
I HAMPTON just "keep a- lIlln. em" Forgotto the lucky kids to have an opportu-
,rt resident and visitor to the .l I or Its byproducts.The I mention that Floyd Crosby.was I nity to attend the drama "Year I ..
Portrait Made The
Have Your Modern '
trill find a warm welcome At The Tabernacle By Mrs. 31. C. Sweeney Hallowe'en season which hat among those lust week to butcher. Ago" presented by the! Florida O WayCOMMEHCIAL
/rorahlpplng at the First Bap- just passed was a very 'happy occasion William and Colley CraBby both Players In Gainesville Friday night ,
if starke. Saturday, Nov. 17,' at 7:30: p.m. Illnion Baby for all the children, Moat killed on Thursday and Lois New I Mr. Mary Grimsley of Jack. WEDDINGS;; POliTKAITH 00
Is the time set aside for Rev.Nye Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Dick) Hla- of I them had a whole week of hilarious man on Monday. Hear Sw.lntonCrosby' sonville spent the weekend with I 00 I

ristian Church Li. Landmade to speak at the Gospel lion announce the arrival of their fun. They were "goblins;, deep freeze Is bulging her parents' Mr. and Mrs S. R. o-= .:: ":: ::--_::. -- .;. -- ::: _.: -="
Tabernacle He comes ,to spooks and ghosts" rovijg Ute I
fourth child, a son, born Thursday.&\ ,
'U hold a standing Invitation, Starke from Orlando where he ad- Nov. 1, In the Alachua General streets of this quiet little town tc i
"ny!!, to attend all of our dressed the Regional Conference Hospital, Gainesville. the wee hours of the morning' !

it services Bible School,, of IFCA men in session. Besides llallouc'eii Party practically every night. All the ASKAIJOUT We Reserve
\Lord's Day at 10 a.m. C. W. being secretary of the Independent Over a hundred'gueats attendedthe teachers were very happy to see the
' .
,n superintendent I Fundamental Churches of America Masquerade Party and coun- children have no much 'innocent IT. The Right

'rning worship{ service begins he Is also president and treasurerof try style weiner roast given by fun.The TARLING To LimitPRIZES
:I lgm. with the "Lord's supper the Midwest Bible and Missionary Mr. and Mrs E, D. Allen at their faculty and p. T. A. memo 13
11 15 This Is a part In which: Institute Of St. Louis, Mo. His farm home on Tuesday eveningof bers wish to thank all who helped QuantitiesPhone
v Christian should be present message will be well worth hear. last week. S)) clal.tellfure of make the Hallowe'en party"a sue.

\i ,IIIR services begin at 6:30: ing.: the evening were the "hay rides"on cess both by their contribution 1
Jhrlillan Endeavor Kathryn Communion was observed on the the tractor and trailer, which and their attt'ndance.
"">r president. All young people last Lord's Day and special music were given In three groups, children Our school Is'making plans tc'' TO HE Grocery andMarket

rged! to be present for the in- rendered at both services. Rev young people and adults, respectively celebrate American Education GIVENAWAY II
!ting program. G. S Dibble of Penney Farms occupied ;A merry and hilarious Week which begins November 11 -
'jrahlp service begins at 7:30,: the pulpit and brought a time was had by all. and lasts through November IT '
'he Lord's Supper Is all served;! special message Sunday;'even In. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs The general theme for the week U Christmas Eve '70 !
Mi service for those not pre- He was accompanied by several of Eugene Birt and Mr.. and Mrs. B. "Unite for Freedom." pn Sun
in the morning: the Penney Farms group. Next Y. Saxon were Mr. and Mrs. B. T. day, November ill, the specific 5 P.M. Cor. Call .and Cherry Sts. --- Starke Fla I
:, O also Hogue, of Benton Harbor, Mich theme is "Our Faith In God," It .
Sunday, Rev. E. Sachtjen
d dweck Prayer Service every Is 1AAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAA1111A1AA1A1111111A111111A111111111111. .. ., . 11111111a1111111111 11111a11a1a111Lykes .
t l-Mjav at 7:30: p.m. Nextl1.oson of Penney Farms, will be the speak.I who were enroute to Pompano hoped that every pupil and : ._ : _. ._ ." "_ :
er. Beach for their annual winter va teacher In the Hampton School will I
will be the 2nd
cation. Mrs. Birt also had as her attend church of his or her choice
Is being !
of 1 Corinthians. Let us countour A Thanksgiving program
guest her sister Mrs. Inez Adams on that day. All local ministers
I i! prepared which will express I I
presence Jacksonville/ are asked to recognize the school
Homer Swindall, MinisterEdward's some of the appreciation of the of C I
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Prlester and children who are In attendance
bestowed by merciful
blessings a I
at their church at that time. Our Tender I
daughter, Sybil of West Palm
Heavenly Father during the past
Catholic ,' Beach have been visiting his sister,,J school will have "Open House"" for 39
year. Mrs. J. O. Adltlns Sybil\ remainedfor the entire, week and all parents andfriendsof'the Picnic LB. ,
.1. Francis J. "Dunleavy,. pa4-, The public I I. Invited to all Ta- school IHAMS ;
are urged
an extended! stay with. the I II I
iiday Magi at 9:15.: :. m, bernacle services. Adkinses, and has Entered! the :5Ui visit the school 'during American I.
'1 I School. | Education Week. At 2:30: each
grade at Hampton
wkly Mass at 8: a. m. I
afcsslons Saturday 5:00: to!I St. Mark's Episcopal Mrs. Nora Layfield has returnedto afternoon during the week there II II

PM;)\[, and 7:30: to 8:30: P. M. I I aJl1. her home here after spending I I will be a school assembly with one I I
Church School 9:15: Morning of the host for the I
nldi'-n'S'' Catechism Classes,' some time with relatives In Tampa grades acting as
''rla! Prayer 11 'am. and Clearwater.Mr. ( afternoon. Suitable programs are Dozen and Potatoes i I
} : a. m.
Ut Religious Instruction I Litany and Interactions every and Mrs. Ottls Allen and'arranged consisting of special ORANGES 1 Oc BEANS E S I Oc I
tfj" every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M., Friday evening at : their son and daughter Jack and I music and county and community STRING: PER CAN
Ruth of Palatka were recent din- upeakera. Parents are cordially
by special appointment. Church of God ner guests of, Mr. and Mrs. G. C,, Invited to attend these assembly

er-Tone Praised 8th & St. Clair Sts. Rlgdon. programs and register In their For No. 2 Can I
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Addison ol f child's homeroom. The grade having JELL V 3 2SC CHERRIES 13C i
School 16 am. and friends
People Sunday Jacksonville, have been visiting the most parents I APPLE 8 Oz. Jar
' Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Mr. Addlooon's uncle, J. J Brannen, In attendance during the week will
'ling for Years
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m be a Our guest speak-
given party.
and family I
aks who've been ailing fore i Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 7:30: p.m Mr. and .Mrs. W W. Hicks and II ers for the. week,will be: ... :: -.-: -. .. .. : ,": ::. : .- : -' ,,:'. .r : ._ I

and have tried jUHt about I Prayer Meeting Thursday : "p.rrI son, Langford of Brunswick, Ga Monday, Mr. II. P. Morgan, our

''zing'Minn benefits-from; under the"'sun the'report first I Church of ChristCorner '

'a lit INNER-TONE. Relief 10th and McMahuit I .
i at once to sufferers of ner-
Indigestion\ heartburn, an,1t Bible ,Sc"ool-ll A. M. EAdH,1OcQt I
Preaching-II /&.. M. and 7:30PM. :
t Momachs while INNER- ..
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''I'S3 log III 'Itamlns h-oir your goes''sooth right stnrved:*and to 'blood worHnp feed 'each"Prayerfeettng.Wednesday" '" 7:30 and: P Bible.Studs,' M.. NOTICE 4 1

Jaagled nerves. INNER-TONE Everyone welcQnie.

'a new liquid tonic made from
barbs fortified with. Iron
Vitamins B-1, B-2, and B-8, OF lATIFSt DAY SAINTS We Have Changed Our Name From
fble people soon feeT better Masonic Temple Call Street. Table Gal: Jar

"r. So don't no: on suffering! Sunday School every Sunday Hollywood Photographers and.Jewelers NAPKINS' 11C J SYRUP1 49C
\:<:F.R.TONE at KOCH drug morning 10 a. m. Sacrament
otday! ; ices 6:30: p. m. A cordial Invitation:!

(Adv) Is extended to all. TO

,.... JELLO 3 For. .25C MAYONNAISE i 39c

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SUNDAY AT 7:30: P.M. .

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Will' l be the Pastor's Sermon Subject 105 \V. CALL ST. STAUKE FLA.CHRISTMAS Golden

Don't Miss This Message IM- Age


BOB GRAY Pastor .

Bible! School 10 A.M. Don Hill Superintendent

B.T.U. 6:30 P.M. <
"Our New Heating System hat now been installed;

.Come Worship In Complete Comfort. 6 Btl. Ctn. Cans
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, Rev. Lewis D. Hainea Pastor .
95 -, .
Of Town ) -
Jefferson Heart
& Court Streets-In The 9
PHONES: Office 231Pastorlum 130 ONE 5 :x 7 & SEVEN 3x5: !

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, SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M.. 7:30: P.M.IIInday Folder and Xmas {Wrapper Bars
School 9:45 A.M.. Training Unions 6:15
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Miss Abbie HoldenTo Pvt. John Carter Friendship Class OTIH TO ( ...:UITO"'I Thlx notice halt be published quired to serve a copy of your nawer ,
I once each week for four conaecutlveweekn I or pleadln( to the complaint 1.,1..? .r
1 Candidates UrgedTo I ll'Piobate: : Act. Sc< 119 120) In the firadfoid County Telegraph Ion the Plaintiff's Attorney T. Prank "" 'I'' h
Be On Hand Killed In ActionPvt. Meets With I la 'I'''. Court of tae ('o..t" Jurtue, I-andrum, Htorke, Florida and file D5eembfl' I Igatlnna
Bradford ('0".''', Klurldn." Dated thin Dili day of November the original In the office of .t .. I "
For WOW Circle Meet John Carter"'18, son of Mr. Mrs. Guy AndrewsThe In I.......... IDOLOrIlCIA6 Clerk of the Circuit Court on op be.fore the taken asThis .,",?.. '. ,
De- SEAT A..1. Thomas, the 10th of m.n" ,, Monce
File In tr Kntatv of J H. lledgravc. ( ) day December I .
and Mrs. Willie W. Carter of Ral- PapersContinued I ......d. Clerk of the Circuit Court 1951; otherwise the allegation of .I'.ht'; w,.. i Ir ,
Members of the N. E. No. 2 ford. was killed In action In Korea monthly business and social To All Creditor1 aid Pemma Having Dy Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk said Complaint will be taken as Gon.t..1 graph then ,dl; d';.:"

District Supreme Fore Wood on Oct 4, according to a message"received meeting of the Friendship Bible ( from page one) I Claim, or miaiiriii Aa.lamilBald 11/9 4t /180OTI.I Thin by notice you nhall tie publlxhed Dated th- 111,, ,1"",

I man Circle, will convene Thursday by his parent from the' clans of the Presbyterian churchwas K:, atei !s TO APPRlllIn once each week for four eonaecutlveweeka 1961.
held Tuesday evening Oct. Ices may be paid for In cash. You and each of you are hereby Circuit Court.. Hradford CoMty, In the Bradford County TMerritpti. (OFFICIATrA
" Nov. 13: In the American Legion/ U. S. Adjutant General in*!If led and required to preHent any Plorldal, In < kaaeerr.I'aul .. > 'I
.4 Hall Starke with local Grove No. I'vt. Carter was a graduate ofUnion 30 at the home bf Mr. and Mrs. As a kind of double-check up claim and demand. which you or .1. Hemllnger. Plnlntlff v.. Dated .this 7th day of November, By MyrtleCT rimDe..r'. '"
'''I'I'' 278 hosteas.Diatlngulithed. County High School and Guy Andrews at which time Mr. on the candidate's. purity he also Miner" of you, may have against the .Matlnr Kllloll Cope Hemlliigel.' De 1961. D.p"
Andrews was also celebrating his Is required to make pre-election Miate of J. H. Itedgravo, deceased, fendant. (OFFICIAL l REAL' ) A. J- Thomas I t
1 will was an active member of the First late. of Nal'l County to the Cuunty Cane. :No. 8789 Clerk of the Circuit Court
gueMts present Baptist Church Lake Butler. He birthday anniversary report! to the clerk of the Circuit Judge of Bradford County Florida :%lIre To Appear By Myrtle T. Denver, Deputy CIrtrkll .
include National Chaplain and Hallowe'en decoration were effectively Court not later/ than the first at bin office In the court house' or To. Maxlne! Klllott Cope Ilenif /& State Manager Abbie E. Holdon, was sent to Korea In July and was carried and Monday of each month precedingthe -aid I'ounty' at Starke. Florida. linger/ whose residence la.: t'n.kn..w. -
serving as a machine gunner with out appropriate within eight calendar months fromthe .. .. NOTICE TO APPEAIl TilE HABIT op
t I Jacksonville; State :Mother Win I.I. games played with Rudy election after he has announced time nf the firm publication of You 'are hereby notified that a In Clmlt Court. Bradford .Caunir., ANCE BY IVT:
fred Cauthern, Jacksonville; State the 7th Regiment. Sink Jim Walkup and T. H. McNelll or qualified. This Is a sort of thlx notice Koch claim or demand milt, for Divorce baa been filed Florida' In C'haarrrr.Irn MEN I IN OFF
ball he In writing and Khali state .. von In the above named .. Hummerfnrri Wa-Bftaff. Plaln-' I ()(x1. . MOKr
I. President Bessie( Green Live Oak; winning prizes.A balance sheet compiled from the the place uf residence and poet i Court and cause and you ara "required tiff vs. James I,. WagKTnff Defend TO TilE
First State' Vice President Ethel Funeral Services delicious covered dish supper candidate's copies of his depdaitx. nfflce aildreaa of the {claimant and to nerve a rnov of your answer 1 ant. ITBI.ICr
Walker Gainesville State Musician and payments. It must )Jiat the hall be sworn In by the ,'lalm.nl.1II or pleadings' to the complaint Case No.8774 TROUBLE TO :MEN':: TIt
; Held For was served Including a birthday I II" nt. or attorney, and any Much, on the Plaintiff* Attorneya Evan Mode T* A"".... OTHER C\('SES
! Mildred Rivers, Lake Butler; cake for Mr. Andrews The short names and addresses of all per 'Moll or demand nut no filed shall T Kvana and Neat 16 I: Kvunx, Jr.. To: Jamea I... Wagataff, whose : AND '
State Attendant Maude Andrews) Mrs. Mattie Deese business meeting was son's paid any money and the I he void 103 Law Kfchange llulldlng, Jatkaonvllle. residence and address IK: IU'5 Jtigh- TO COMMENCE :Mv
pn'alde'j amount and purpose of the expenditure Carolyn H, Redgrave, Florida and file the land Street Charlotte, North Caro ISTRATIOO.IS
t Starke; State Chapllan Pearl Ferry over by T. H. McNelll president. original In the office I of the Clerkof IIn...
Jacksonville; Second State Mr. Mattie Deese, 84, died. a also the names and addresses I i' AM admlnlntratrlx of the Batata' of the Circuit Court on or beforethe You are hereby notified that a QUESTION I W0tl.nlBPEXTINO :
t I Berrle Ocala her home In Maxvllle Monday of all contributors togetherwith J. H Redgrave deceased 10th day of December 1951: milt for Divorce and restoration of : A 'CANDID t
Auditor ;
I Marjorie TwoCountyP.T.A. I the of First publication luvember; nth otherwlnrf-fhe allegation of said maiden name ha. been flied against OFFICEOl'I.D
amount dona
and third State Auditor Beatrice afternoon after a brief Illness. their mi. Complaint will be taken aa confena- you In the above named Court andcause BE "11
i Carter, Jacksonville. Sho was a native of Clay County Group Formed tions. Both the candidate'and, )I/g 4t 11/30 I ed by you. *' and you are requireto servea USE ARDENT SPH
campaign treasurer must sl.n.It.. Thin notice shall he publlHhedonce copy or your, answer or loading THOMAS! JEFFERSON.THE
i Mr Green will preside during and had resided In Maxvllle all has No'rU'F1 'I'" APrlll.'" pitch. week for four conaecntlve to the complaint' on the Plaintiffs' .
1 her life. Mrs. Howard Wait Brooker Only one rule been retired. weeks In the Bradfoid County Tele Attorney, T. Frank I-anrtrum Btnrk, ( CHUISTIVN
i: both meeting The afternoon Surviving are one daughter Mrs.',' was elected president of the newly I There Is no longer any limit to Florida In Irmlt IM C'nnrt.C'Naneerr.Oeorwe nrarifore. Canary, graph. Florida and fits the original In the II
eesnion, which will be a closed the amount of money a candidate Dated thla Srd' day of November, .
formed P. C. (Carter Plaintiff va, lye I
Sallie Harris; and one son, IlanseDoesc. BI-county T. A. Coun. 1 UU
; meeting will\ begin at 2 o'clock. may spend In his race; rbut hemusCnow'in /II. Carter, Defendant.
ell In A. J. Thomas,
7 both of Maxvllle. the-organizational meeting (OFFICtAI..FJAI.) I
Cane No. 3T71Nellce Eat Your
l The'six o'clock banquet will be ke 'sure he "knows Clerk of the Circuit C".t.lIy Thanksgiving Me
of the last The
Funeral services were held In group Tuesday. Appear ,
I Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk
served by the ladles of the Methodist made whew all of it come. from and TCI: lye H. Carter whose residence
Council I I. of
the Long Branch Baptist Church up representatives 11/D 4t 11/39
Church In their educationalbuilding. I where all of It goes, and make In' Unknown. '
of all the P. T. A, In with SLADE
of which she was a member with groups GAS
Yon notified that
The pastors of all local 1 three) copies of everything.The I are hereby a CO.
, Rev. J. L. Strickland officiating both Union and Bradford Counties null for Divorce has been filed
churches and their wives will be candidate may spend his AvalnHt you In the above named In rirmlt Court. Bradford Coaaty,
::1'I guests of the Woodman Circle at Interment was In the church cemetery The purpose 'of the group, according money for employing clerical help Court and cauite and you are required Plorldat In Caanoerr.Hheldnn .
to Mrs. Tom Slade President -I to verve a copyt of your answer Miller. Maher, Plaintiff vas -
this time. Everyone who can attend of the Starke P. T. A., la to sending out campaign literature or pleading to the complainton Joseph A Maher Defendant EVERY
is asked to contact Mrs traveling, qualifying fees stationery the Plalntlffa Attorney Zui-h H. Cane No S773 WITH RANGE PURCHASED BURN
unite all the clubs In order that Dnuirlae, 509 JackBonvllle . (
Lynch Butldlntr Notice Ti Ap. ?
212 W. Madison printing office rent GIVING
Maude ,
prepara .
more may be accomplished. The Florida and file/ the original To: Joaeph A. Maher whose residence .
'f Starke, by Thursday noon Nov. Honored I tlon of lists of voter., newspaper In the office of the Clerk of the and address lit t'nknown YOU ABSOLUTELY
first of
executive the
19.: Grove 278 will\ furnish ticket. meeting or other forms. of advertising and Circuit Court on or before the 10th You are hereby notified that a
group was held Tuesday morningIn day of December, 19511 otherwise suit for Divorce halO been filed
guests. Mm. With Stork Shower generally the normal expenses of the of 2-loave Bread
for these special the BHS alleiratlona said Complaintwill against you In the above named
Annie Hutching will serve astoastmlstresa t t \ \\ "-\vvrVwMrs. Nov.Library.20 has'beeji set any political race. One "don't" b. taken aa confessed. by YOUR Court and cause and you are reNOTICE 1 lb. Baron

1,.t 'the banquet: Marcus Baggett entertained Tuesday, forbids candidates paying for the nv-.-. -.-.-. -.y..yyyy""yy""y""yyyy"---- ""t'ntV TT--. L Ih. OtaoI
aside for of all
an meeting
at a lovely stork shower Monday open privilege of addressing. a club or I Doz. Ffff
session will\ beginat tho members of all in
The evening the clubs
8 o'clock In the Legion Hall and evening at her apartment In the both counties. The meeting wI!' '
home on Call street. honor Qt. !Milk
will\ be open to the public. A. J. fowling be held In the Brooker school and Free /1

j ing The Mrs.refreshment Carl Brown.table was at. all Invited P. T,to A.be members on hahd.are cordially )} !;.Ib.lo Coffee 1 Ib.;;: Turk

tractively decorated In pink and Tile ...... Ilean

blue crepe paper with a stork hold. Boiling Meat
Fire Dept. Answers Two Calls
,I WANTED to BUY Ing a doll In the center of the table. :3 IbM. Ni eet Polio

Appropriate games were played The Starke Fire Department 1 Can Corn

PULP WOOD during the evening and prizes were answered two calls this week but BROWN DERBYWILL 6 AppU-H

CROSS TIES won by Mrs. Dorle Martin and Mr. neither of them was very serious (jJ Also FREE I Vlery

Francis Kramer. Chief C. W. Pickett announced. 1 lleaxl l..-lliicf1Zept

and Pine Timber The ,honored guest received The first, Saturday morning occurred onnuv

many lovely and useful gifts from when a tractor belonging tc: INSTALLATION 2 I...... agar

the IS: guests. And she also received W C. Stalnaker caught fire and BE CLOSED 3 Ibs. Rice

O a bed Jacket from her exploded In the TOO.block of Madison CAREFU.r- 1 Package Mamhi,

hostess as a memento of the oc St. The tractor was leaking! ON SOME. RANGES 1 lb. !Mlvwl .Nut

Will Pay casion.Asslntlng. gas Pickett said, and the spark You FROM MONDAY, NOV. 12 2 Package lip PI

f li Highest Cash Prices Mrs. Paggett In serving produced when the tractor wa need goodAutomobile' "\, TILL MONDAY 2 PackafPi pie FI
NOV. 26
and coring for her truest were cranked was enough:; to set It afire. Cranberry. Sauce

FOR ANY SIZE TRACT Mrs Dolly Slmpann and Mrs..Ella Damage amounted to only about -..' S rba. Meal

Fay Gill.Thomas $33. 2 Ibt.' Flour
The second Monday, was a grass Insurau Due ToCONSTRUCTION

,! Jr. will give the welcoming the! on 12th Street, just off TempleAve. LiaLility I e I I I "SLADE

( -SEE- address, with response by The blaze was Easily extinguished -
Mrs. Ethel Walker of Gainesville. ; Plckett said and no Charley) E. Johns WORK GasPhone
I The program will Include numbers damage wee done. Agency ,
A. E. by the BHif Band Baptist HIGHWAY 301
Church GlrlfT" Quartette, Tony Phone IS eBTAagW. FL(:' Starke
At Starke Taxi Stand Gonzales and Sylvia Paulk. fancy Beta Sigma Phi .......................a...... ...i..a.

J PHONE 150 drllla, Junior Graduation, Clarinet The Beta Sigma Phi sorority ell tie I

4' Starke Fla. solo Installation of officers, Grand will hold Its regular meeting Mon ':. J' '
March benediction by Rev W. E day evening at 8 o'clock at the

I. Hall. Refreshments will be served. home of Mlsa Sarah' Williams- on '._n.....THE TRAVCLtRS.: : Hertford

'' N" Walnut Street: : -

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priced at .U 9". 1'1'1. I IMHM.I
Alt Make All ModelCllt
nl to atilt\ at in .ft. You I'...can'th.at Rrn.l.uhle .."........ .......t...
thin """. HlHili 1 Pan .. '
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,1..nt..1 vita W. fall 5Starke Pk.BPIMK.T :laD WONDERFUL
YOR HAT.n--fftrawherry ,
If lams Imulthy with white root. .
About aa nice root" a. 2nd run PltreMOhi'llr
mere, I* Tier 1,000 H>. IS. Waailln. : ni mil' iinr
t mil... North Waldo. Stp llTRAOR /' Only lillfc" Down, in Month to pay .
InntRllmentii' like rent.Trent Vulua BUY EVER !
to he toundO"I..vlll. ; ,
Blum: Ocala. !Store( l ,. .
down pnymvnt on a new onV
1035 W. t'nlverelty for, I A ux'rnla
will ",..k. you a liberal allowance.8lada Phone 4032 Phone' 12(17( HedliKliltiniM
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1.\ltUI with h..I. private
FOR SAF.B-ISO-acr. farm I mile or connecting hath Very / e 0,. display Aroem, fO(AMAKES .
north of ilrahum. See J. W, I'opo nuliahl for men. MI'.. Tllm O1.| 1 r
fof d..t..I.. ltit 11 '14J sun, 121 \Nalniit lip' II'5 ,

J FOR 11.1.1'1-10 aur.s ..unfeneed IIi IIOIIHKH Foil HfcJNT: --H". C. t. ;Mnv: ,
room new holme, leep wen anilelertrlrlty _. Mampti. Kin. ft", I I'I /.
1V. A. Tyler, It!. 3,
,1 Box &0. I Un. VOn HAI.K-K-room house, pom.plvtely / t
rurnl..".... Lot notion lint
FOR AI.I'I-lt' White l.Khorne put. and cold. water gnu and. elertrl.. M -S--- !
f. lets, rna IIeetlt5Ity
ronHter All fan L l I"
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I(; PI.ACW vot'H rmrvKK NOW for mono with per to supply eoniiiiniere
your 'ha nk salving. and fhrlftmaeturkevtr with over Jilfl hoilerliiilil, prod urli _
Telephone Flnrahome In nrwilford. County Stop work
No. 4414. "n..... <5f lb.. Hens tdo Ina' for oi hers. l(.. your own bon:
lb.. llvn wt $1 eKlra for ..
where nee I In nn handicap i iWrite
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.. Fla It IIISWBDD1NO ItawlelHU'ii Dept, F.\K J7fl.: '
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F 11 n. Order ANn BIRTItnAY taken at Oah"CAKK.MtS ..'* KVKIIXI.:! I-HMD.: UArt !ItANUUM! f,.. I

f Gift Sho"".. Phone "-J._tf lee sale. ,Co Reasonably. prh-ril. Hlad U" _

8JNORU SKWINn FlatliPloms Companv. Fort s.1Lic-s(I AKC res-lKtereil (....'knr .
fjike Cltr. "to. pupplea, 1 tveeka old.. Plonileaand : .
will renalr your machine In tin rede.. -;Mm. Kills Ihnrntnn.TTt .
top condition, ree.nnahle.l W. ,'nit '.
.... only a-ennlne Hlnver ports
Our nirvloe earn wilt pick tip and 1CT1VI1!: newly. done over fur.
I delivery aervlee upon. '.'I".t.N..w fished apartment for rent IrHdr
Hlna;.r marhlnita >ar. avail.. Anartmentn on Clnrk I street.; 140
.Me on r..o"ahl.l terma. .- per .tooth A, J. Thn"' .... Jr. .
aesnr U. 10119 L
FOR HAI.B-Roxei. female, 1m... -
old. beautiful red faun champion .roll KKNTTWH: four room hiilmeiiOn .
hlood line.- lra. W. R Terry, ,partly furnlvhed. ll.lil. anilwater. _
Putnam Halt phone Keyatone a:>1JIATTRESSES I. M. Jordan .Rt. I I. n.v _
:ins its.

I'-I".n ('Iul>. one blitfk! and whit. : ,
\ Mn' dor gin' mark In .both ear fun CASH PRICE asssfeb. "


HPT1FFH p'n..Srfln..I. gray. style, beauty roominess, riding ease and dependability

mottled face and. shout. one $2650 BUTTONHOLER
fourth fireman. ,Has a utatile fork

.l.t.cr: ';' mark l.rr-on ear.right and ear* brand an umlerhiton that r..- 1, WITH EMM ONI of the grandest thing about Naturally you're I Invited!' to drive'
..emhl M.> a light hulk Contact p MMHWCniRCHAUO the new ':32 : You this DeW Dodgf For that s the on'y
W J D Reddish ""..Itt. etc 11/91 could STILL pay hundreds of ddway you can: feel how the OnBo

1, ;1' U It NIT URE FfRXKIIRO: APARTMKNT: : for rent, EASY /. {"I lars mart for a car and not geRklerally tattle the bounce out of
newly ".. ..I.". Rleetrlir:, l..
refrl* pptccM!
Betipholslere4 erator. afor conking and heat ARRANGED f R 'f ev.ryhlnhta great new Dodu btunps-tha only hwnaling it *
Refinished Near dclmol. '''..11.. til MrMahxn give/ you? what a smooth iuf
ft. Jhone Itl.W. lo .
Palatk. via.. ISO rr.n :\IONTH s' are all the comfort. style and at the) visibility
Box ZSO FOR I'1ST- .hedronm tmu.., ISA i1 convenience Thatt whyevery
Completely fnrnlvheil Fl.rtrlc feature youll be looking back and all "d.
A.A A AAAA A A AAAAAAA AAAAA re.rvivernror : u
4' A A Dodge
.. : for drive In a
gnu .tn" Al I.nKa In your new cat The mile you
-- -- RAt'I'toIA mart,
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