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 16, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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School Board Set Tobacco Record Returns State Tournament Trial( Of Four Youths

: Must Pay Up Here This Year Almost Assured

Three factors good yield, good ICharge'd With Beating

prices and larger acreagecom

In Old Bond CaseThe bined to bring Bradford County For StarkeIn'52Knlhiislasth

growers of bright leaf tobacco a Of Jordan
Goes To
gross of $192.260.29 last season, the Jury

.. Bradford County Board of highest return on record since this response from the :,

Public Instruction will pay Ed crop hns been grown In the county.A local business men so far approached -.-. -

Wright St. Petersburg bond deal j total of 378.158 pounds of tobacco I has greatly encouraged; First Pecan Prices'Disappointing Hoth the State and the Defense( rested! late Wednesday t

I. er the face value of bonds and was produced In the county American Legion Post 56 in accepting afternoon in the trial of the four young men charged with

+1 ,l coupons attached thereto held by this season on 323.2: planted sere the offer to have Starke *; the brutal beating of 71 year old VV. T. Jordan the night of f.I

.Y Wright and sought in vain by the an of 1,183 play host to the Junior Baseball July 14 lit the
Board for more than a decade. acre.average Highest yield yield per poundsper acre State Tournament next spring, Second Auction Monday Pelican Club on the old King.sloy Lake Road. ;,

Still undecided however, Is whetheror cording to an annoucemrnt "aC'1 I'
up to then had been a 993! poundaverage I '
not the Board must pay Wright back In 1948. terday by W. II. Grnham, The. second l pecan auction ot the A1.1.I"Ol'It lilll.TV couples In the place went outside '
dent of the Chamber of cmmerce.1, season will be held Mondny. Nov. and found Jordan lying on thoground. "i
Interest on the withheld bonds and This year's of .
average price All hair
The honor of holding 19, at the State Farmers Market ilcfcndiuiM were found .
If so, how much.A 50.8 cents per pound alno out Tournament has been offered here. guilty of aiucratatetl assault, F
This sale will be held In a W. T. Jordan, next on the
summary hearing In Wright's ranked 1948's previous high Of Starke because of the fine tennis I similar manner to the one last ('
NY suit against the Board was held 48.3 cents per pound. This year'* turned out hero for the past two week with the growers' urged to forme l Urn Telegraph at puss salt "you ought to he home old i.

\ rte (w before Circuit Judge John A. H. gross revenue more than. doubled) s seasons and the manner In which have their pecans In the bins early. I thus, II ue\ 'r, Judge A. Z. man," and had kicked him lu tho

t a Murphree In Gainesville lust Wednesday the 1948 top mark of $ both the District and Area tournaments Prices at the opening said here AilUIn graiilisl the allnrneys back\ and commenced beating/ him

rte afternoon. The new_high in gross revenue have been carried on here. last week were disappointing, for (hi* uVfeiH.<> 10 days In which up. Karl Austin, the victim Bald,
f r The Bonds from tobacco brings this crop closeto The merchants of Starko and l to fllo the l.n'.M'r'
are part of an old averaging only 18 1.2 cents per motion for U the only man he recognized a*
1 ,. issue held by Mr. Wright, a St. the 'other top-ranking crops In vicinity will be asked to underwrite pound considerably loss than the a nmv trial.Through definitely being there the night

Petersburg bond dealer. sv oend Bradford Cfcunty-atrawberHes, or guarantee a certain 30 1-2 cent average prevailing last cloths beating. lie did add however

___ bought the bonds during the depression sweet corn. Last season's berry amount of the coat of bringing the year the first few witnesses that he heard, young Austin
u: crop produced $$237,483, while tournament here In the event (that Wednesday the call for
ts r11', and has just held them Prices ranged from 12c to 17c on morning, accusing help and assumed he win
rain or attendance causes the
sweet corn yielded 209126. poor Inter of the law !
seemed to hit being man-handled
since The Board of Public Instruction project to lose money. Graham Seedlings\ Curtis 18c to 22e mixed by two or more

made an attempt to locate haa been named chairman of the He to 14 l-2c, Stuarts 16c to 20c, pointed at young Karl Austin, the men.

the bonds In 1940 and wrote Eight Plead Guilty drive In which approximately $800 Rundells 13c to 16c, Moneymakers only civilian In Ute group. .The Joyce Ilntey, a Jacksonville
Wright about them at that time He throe two sailors and one waitress, who was a member of
To must be so pledged to ITo and Schley brought/ 3lc. were
NonSupportIn soldier,
John Zelrd
However. refused to foursome who found Jordan
Wright answer It IH proposed that a numberof Buyers attributed the low prices

any correspondence regarding the Circuit Court merchants place $20 each In es- to an "over supply" of nuts, stat worth Austin,C.Jr.,Rice brother and of the Sgt. Henry testified that she saw none of thedefendants' >

Issue and now wants the full crow to be used only la. event the ing that there was a 10 million civilian on the premises lost;

amount of the bonds, plus the cou- Eight non-support cases we pound holdover from last A* more and more witnesses night and that during the. ride to

pons attached plus six percent Interest brought before Circuit Judge A. .elf-support- and that there Is aeason testified Wednesday afternoon the linxpltal, Jordan told her three)
currently a
Adklns ijmndo Only tha amount out however, the finger seemed to boys had Jumped him but no
on the amount since the as Circuit Court convened up. In West Florida
crop Alabama,
of each $20 will be lined change direction and point directly names were mentioned.
here pledged
date of maturity. Monday for its regularly) Georgia,
Mississippi, and other
scheduled fall that Is necessary to pay out. Any Henry Austin. Jr. Both the Doris Hutchison also a member
session and
Attorneys for the .School Board eight Southern states'.
Quality is also testimony of the witnesses
unused funds will be returned to and of the foursome repeated substantially
attacked the issue by claiming that defendents pleaded guilty. ub-standard in this area because the other three defendants seemed
the merchants on a pro rata bfl' the lI"meltory as that
: .-.:OI'LE OF BRADFORD COUNTY TO GOVERNORIKK.V the bonds were Issued on the authority All eight men were given sentences Graham stated yesterday that of dry weather during the growing to. point out Henry Austin as being told by Miss Batey. Both girls

: a handsome pocket watch. Pictured above is the scene of a special statute that of one year but tho clerk the plan was presented to the season, it was said. the assailant/ and the oth..rtll. knew the defendants fairly well

["t courthouse steps last Friday afternoon as Senator Charley E. was unconstitutional. Judge Mur was ordered not to make commit Rotary Club Wednesday and already Although prices were disappointIng ..... aa victim of circumstance.The for they all worked'' at the New

ii presented the gift to the State's Chief Executive. From left to phree referred to a recent decision ment ford orders sending them to Rat- 16 merchants had pledged : at first sale, volume exceeded selection of a jury consumed Klngaley Beach together MlxeBatey .
by the Supreme Court in announc so long as the men made regular their expectations with 33,603: said
G. J. McGriff, chairman of the welcoming; committee Coo v' support."With pounds of a considerable amount of time she had dated Earl on
ing his ruling after three and a payments for the support and such a good start we nut being! offered The first sale at the beginning of the trial as several occasions. over the last
Mayor J. R. Wainwright, Senator Johns, Rep. Doyle E. Con-
half hours' deliberation. In which maintenance of their children. feel that the tournament Is assured last season attracted only 12612. two or three prospective jurors. year or so.

Shrift P. D. Reddish. and Circuit. Judge A. Z. Adklns (back to the party that Issued the bonds All defendants were ordered to for Starke and Wit will\ go Baaed on the 18 1.2 cent average were found to be cousins of one I'hll Shuford and George Roberts -

in. Photo by Bullington. had to pay the amount of the bonds make certain payments at r..gularIntervalH ahead with our plans Graham the first sale brought growers 1 n degree or another of the attorneys escort of the two former

and the face value of the coupons for the support and maintenance Hild. this area an estimated $6. A6.95. or the defendants.The witnesses on the fateful night

of their children. The A. .J. Thomas Jr., former commander Several "no first witness hacked their dates' testimony
As to the Interest that had accumulated growers saled" their) called by the up
esentation Of Watch Highlights on the Issue since the highest payment ordered was $2 5 of the local Post, announced nuts with the hope that prices State was Dr. Henry Blank, but could add nothing more to
per week while the lowest that Starke had been offered the facts
date of maturity Judge Murphreegave was only might strengthen later In the sea Gainesville whn tesllfled as to the already known.
$6.25 per week. the tournament back In August condition of Jordan
November son. when he was Deputy Sheriff Cecil Bewail
the School Board was)
Warren's Visit Hereford 17 to prove just how long Should a defendant fail to make I but Post also said In at that time that the Next week's sale Is being heldon brought to the Alachua General I then called to the witness stand
tyernor they have been willing and able to the payments as ordered his rwl ft'I to underwrite no.the tournament position It- Monday Instead of the usual 1 Hospital during the early morning and told ills story. It was told

the bonds off. The amount of may report the delinquency to the time Thursday because of Thanksgiving hours of July 13.: He said the man him, he said by Ellsworth Rice
County has fared well gift from the people of Bradford pay Clerk of the Court and orders wf organisation holiday.Telegraph, was badly beaten and that It appeared on the tvornln following: the Incident
bonds of ,
the at the
t th* Warren administration County in .appreciation for benefits be made committing the man to he had been beaten by some and ratified by both Zelrd
II received under the Warren ad along.with the coupons, amountedto ) Ralford to serve his $400 of the cost. If Starke will accept blunt object. He later admitted and Earl Austin. They had been
undoubtedly'receive many one year se n-
ministration. J15.930.: However,, the additional the tournament To Be Out under cross '
examination that
benefits during the 18 re- tence. th the apprehended that right but Henry
In if month he Is ''In office, In Introducing the Governor, interest asked for by Wright I The,//luan'6er nflcae"( InvoMnj" ,tournament Should it fail to rain during I Wed. Of' Next Week blows could have been made by a Austin Jr. had+)'t been taken, in-.
and the crowds which _
doubles that amount. ..
Senator Johns said that almost ntaa's
(TOT rmi..r Warren' told a Warren non-Hupport-.. unusually large usually follow such an went turn I fist (fA flashlight'whlervtrje: to cu..ilJ';. at.Uiat time.

audience of attentive listen- had made Florida a good Governor The suit was tiled, just before this time since this hi the firstterm there In likelihood All material for publication In I victims carrying when he left This Is the story Sewed told.
.r, last "his only fault being that he the Statute of Limitations would any the the club has never been located.) Earl Austin
Flrday afternoon, of court to be held since the that the tournament will lose money Telegraph next week must be and Zelrd were aroundon
Governor 'said that from had tried to please everybody. He have rendered such a proceeding new Welfare Act became law local officials said. The submitted early as the paper will 3. W. Jordan owner of the Pelican the east side of the building;

i 1949 through Sept. 30:1951 said that Warren was no more repponaible useless. Evidently Wright had Under the new law, a woman Is not of rain insurance was ruled purchase be printed on Wednesday In order Club and son of the victim when the beating took place. Rice
Stole Rond Department hadt for or In favor of a sales been holding the bonds until such I allowed to file that the Thanksgiving was the next witness to take thetand was In the back seat of the car"
an because holld.aym.y
application for altogether of the
tax than "Charley Johns Is, but ex-
t J778.779 on projects in a statute would prevent his filing relief for her be observed.Correspondents. and told how the boys had and Henry Austin Jr. had been
dependent children, i pense.
he had been
that forced to
(aunty, and that other SRD approvea suit to the extra interest. H. approached his place that nightand standing/ front of the car until
get unless her husband The real of the tournament are asked to
has been | gettheir
limited sales tax to keep th or I is, expense asked If
totaling $133,799 In now un- they could buy a can he followed the. elder Jordan
P. Morgan. superintendent of the In the IH because of the news Items to' whenhe
of housing us not later
ir> here. schools from closing and the state process being prosecutedby i of beer He refused them due to left the
government from collapsing when Board of Public Instruction, said the Circuit Court. feeding of the 72 players and their than early Tuesday morning, and the late hour, and didn't even know said he building. Then Rice
Governor arrived for his the Legislature turned down his the Board attempted time aftertime roaches and managers, It wall we would like to have them Monday his father had heard Henry Austin call
been Injnreil untilthe for
program. boys had left and
City Council the last tw >
(Continued to
here promptly at 3 p.m., at- Warren reviewed the land| locate the bonds but Wright and housed at 'the expense of the notices etc should also be In by page 8))

A Hurried drive from Macclen- planks In his original platform and never answered the letters. Now I Holds Call Meeting host Post during the entire tour Monday afternoon.Advertisers '1951 Football

at large motorcade met his stated that all but two of themhad he wants the full face of the value l nament. The lights, officials and must have copy in I Queen |I
State Farm and ac- bonds the Freeman Register, local) other expanses are Incidental, not
been realized. He pointed to of the and all compound Gulf later than Tuesday noon.
ned! him to Starke State I LP"I.<>n n"I"I"I" ".",1
tar the chief accomplishments of his Interest that has accured since 011 Company distributor, came be- '

'. Charley E. Johns Mayor administration as freeing the their maturity. fore the City Council In a called Starke Man i
Wainwright 'members I Becomes
City Council and were among highways from roaming: livestock The bonds are part of an Issuethat meeting Tuesday afternoon to request P. T. A. Presents

>In the motorcade. I an effective highway safety pro- was made in 1923. In 1933 I, that Frank Broadway be allowed School Champ Blood Donor
gram and the building of tState's to use his present buildings ProgramFor
Mi ( the the Boarddefaulted At
drive down, Walnut Street during depression Eglin Field
great Industry
tovprnor's on payment of the bond move his gas pumps In order 215 ParentsA
car was preceded
through effective by his I
ilIe Bradford High School'' non-political Advertising CommaI and they became practically worthless ; that he may continue In business S./Sgt. C. H. Brown Jr., son of

I who also played before sion. with many being sold for a until a new building Is erected. lot of mamas and papas went Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brown of :
L hl.1 Broadway's station Is on Temple "back to school" here Tuesday Starke
Tie Governor left here at 4 small fraction of their face value. Is probably the champion
highlight of the Governor's o'clock for Lake Butler.where he This la probably when Wright Ave. right-of-way and must be night the occasion being a unique blood donor at Kglln Field. Last q 'yel'1kJ
here cleared off by December 15: dead- program presented the re.ularPTA week, the Command
was the bought his. at Courier, the
presentation to spoke and was guest of honor at 11
"I Senator line. Register pointed out, however meeting in observance of base newspaper carried! a L ,
Johns of story
of a hand-I a reception given by citizens It is reported that Wright has
'lOcket( watch described as a Union Count})."* sued several other county school I that if the canopy of the American Education Week. telling of an airman who bad do- eVQ .
station Is taken off and the pumps A grqup of some 213: parentsand I I nated 10 pints. >The same day Sgt./
boards In the state on such issues
moved to the side that he may teachers gathered In the school 1 Brown donated his Slat pint of

as this In the Immediate past.. continue In business until the new cafeteria where they were briefedon I, blood. .

ladoes Rack Up Fifth Win Wright said, In a statement of station Is built. Otherwise, he what was to come by Chas. S. Sgt. Brown started donating his 1' +
? filed the Board'lIattorneys. MM4i
by blood
Interrogation In
1942 In answer to the desperate
said. Broadway would have tc Part In, supervising principal of
that he had never filed close up for two or three months. BHS and Miss Audrey Newman, need for blood at that time.

t'Rolling Over St. Leo 19-14 I the bonds for payment with the The present building Is sitting In librarian who had charge of the fie said, "At I saw It, they had to

Hanover Bank of New York as he the middle of what will be city program. have It-so I gave it1: For those "
should have done. Now Wright'sattorney folks who have never donated .
any y ,
I and the hew building will The ;
t BUS Tornadoes ran their Bob Vosa, who carried It backyards 40 wants to know If the be built parents then adjourned In of their blood 8<
'7 string for the season up to for a touchdown. Voss also Board wants to Issue more bonds 1 in location.on one side of the present groups to visit the home rooms "It has never harmed me physically w, r.eti .

tmn last Friday night as kicked the extra point and the St. payment of the jndgement rendered that The City aid It was libraries, and other facilities used to give, my blood. and It may
unlikely any work would be by their "
respective children. BHS have
OUtplayed a classy St. Leo Leo boys took a 14-13 lead. Tornado by Judge Murphree. done saved a life.
that would
*t In front of necessitate the teachers "manned their usual The sergeant said not all of his
approximately fans began to I In
tilled fans and get uneasy tearing down of the present buildIng posts" to be on hand to explain blood donated through regular! collection .
racked a the
up neither
quarter Funeral
4 MOM. The Services anj! granted him permissionto varied departments of the school agencies for on several occasions

all 'the game was wide team scored or seriously threatened ? Held Wednesday stay there unless future developments to the visitors. High School students he has given direct trans
way with both teams but the local boys came back
to make It necessary to served as guides to conduct fusions. At one time hi" gave two
'ot any accept breaks.and take advan- the fourth quarter to score thewinning For Rev. W. F. Flume tear the building down sooner. parents through that dtpartment, pints of his blood a rare B-RII

Tornadoes touchdown. James Lewis presided over the and a sample day's schedule was negative type, to a man suffering

of''the posted the first I I A sustained drive which saw t h t\\ William F. Slums 63, a retired session In the absence of H. A, carried out with the gong ringing from pneumonia.He f r

..the night when they red Tornadoes rack up five first downsin minister of the Church of God Bishop Jr., who was out of town. after each ten-minute period. enlisted In the Air Force In
j opening kickoff and suea I 11 I 1941
plays them
( St.
put on
/ drive that ended with I Leo's seven yard line. From there died Monday night at his home on No Council :Steeling Following the tour parents and i
Johns> for the Alton Road In Starke. He had The teachers gathered again In the
carrying over Ed Prevatt, the converted center meeting of the Starke City Ret. Haines Elected
"font" cafeteria
for .
eight yards out. Parker's carried up the center for the score. been In failing health for sometime Council regularly scheduled fore

the> extra point was good. and had been confined to hl next Tuesday night has been postponed business session was presided President Of New

never the St. Leo lads were Douglas Okay until Tuesday of the follow- over by the president, Mrs.
lit* denied and quickly tied bed for the neat. two .years. ing week November 27 accordingto T. H. Blade Citizenship LeagueA e :
!ale' In Mrs. born I
the first was near -
quarter. They Wayne Douglas, who wa car an announcement this week by Good Citizenship League for
kd the ball down the field pled from the Held la..frWmy Starke on Dec. 30/ 1886 and came Rotary Ethics Praised
"rtei Chairman H. A. Bishop. Jr. Bradford County wns organized :a
of hard running plays night to a Jacksonville hospital back to live about three .t
luck Jenkins No reason was given for the poet By Rev. Mitchell Monday evening. Nov. 12, In the
tossed a short with a head Injury will be> able
"" Center.to Britt Whltaker te play again Monday. It 'wan ago. ponement. first Baptist Church of Starke

took It over for the touch- reported.here this week.' Surviving his wife, Mr.. Car- The high ethical standards of I with 49 persons. representing 13

the play covered about 20 Ilougba had been knocked rie Guthrie Blume, and five sisters Teen Town TopicsTeen Rotary were praised In an addressWednesday I churches forming the Initial mem- ,

Bob Vow kicked the extra out In practkw.reunion earlier Mr. Debbie Johnson Mrs. Dave by Rev. T. O. Mitchell : benhlp of the ,
for the In ''h'"'Wk and (Hen became before the Starke Rotary Club. organizing body.
Uon and the .ayre' Town will this Friday
Holder, and Miss Winnie Blume re-open
Ued addled and The speaker said that The following officers were
at *'7. toppled from the the organizatlon -
lily the second quarter 4'In bench la the. St. Leo (*m
wan sent to Jarkmmvtn' fob-. Miss Ida of Lake week due to the HomecomingOpen
Punted to McRae who< .gsminatlos rish and Blume carry religion over Into the Haines, Starke; vice-president,
ored the hot the doctor there Butler. House held la the U. S. O. everyday business. life of members.
In On his 45 yard Sinclair Bryant, Ralford
lad found not.tag wromf aa J fan wide to the.right M Funeral services were held at the new games Preceding the talk a Rotary
leaned Mm.They treasurer. Rev. Thomas) O. vMlt-:
j" a host of St.. Lao tacklers, be available, a juke box will be In- qui was conducted by T. H. Slade
In Eliy: Chapel Cemeterynear
asked only Ikat bo set grave chell. Starke.It .
1'Vte.t o" over for the! 1C0I'e.ock stalled and sandwiches along with who had charge of the program Lovely Joan Smith
' w few allowed to practice .tll this. Worthington Springs Wednesday waa crowned the 1991 Football Queen following -
dellrered Bill Graham was high scorer 1 In was pointed out that the group
by Winkle r. Monday. soft drinks are on the refreshment the Homecoming football last
out afternoon at 2 o'clock. Arrangements the game Friday night before a capacity
three contest.
St- Leo men en- lla not a part of the other countrywide -
menu. crowd in the t/ 8. O. building. She Is)
ItII'cRa.. tG make the touch- Parker' kick was blocked and the were In charge of De- The club endorsed efforts of the i committees but pictured here beln&rowne"
citizenship ,
The A square dance Is tentatively by Arley McRae (back! to camera) president of th. Student
punt return was for scoring was over for the night. Witt C. Jones. American Legion to ,bring the Council.
1. planned for Friday. Dec. 7. and for will work on Its own. No program The contest netted approximately. $1.000 for the
bUt Junior
for the tint time FIRST QUARTER State Junior Baseball Conference class, which
a the first Active pall bearers were VolStarling U. the first (leas since the formation has been outlined a* yet. a spokesman .Is to be spent on the annual Junior-Senior
game Ed Parker Voss> kickoff was taken by ),(e- to Stark next year, with 16 mem banquet. The queen received
y4 the conversion. Rae on his 22 yard line and return Vasco Underbill Johnny of Teen to'N1l. a nominal admission hers Indicating they would help for the group said, and membership a silver football and chain a gift of the Oem Jewelry and the

'Va la the second quarter.ed to BItS 37. Prevatt failed to Simpson Jim Todd, Ernest W Il- will be charged to defray the underwrite the expense Involved, detail will IN wofkd out Junior Class presented her with a sterling .stiver identification brace-

paa. was Intercepted by Continued from page one mott. and B. Z. Freeman. costs. If necessary. later. let.E"'COLJNTV .
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-, -- ---'' -- relatives I Gainesville were guests of Mr. and I visited Mr. and Mrs. E. J, Lewis Satur ,
with "
a time or two before he Jm( fll\ ville I pent Sunday Mrs. L. L., Parker Sunday last weekend. Mr ,

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED The Life And TimesOf shed boot Conway entered : ,i'"tno here. Mr Roswell Kelley, son of :Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. Eldon Baxter of Lake ell, t'
j New River Folks he atilt haa a few week out. I Saturday evening guests J Doris Kelley" left Wednesday to Gainesville visited Mrs. Pitt Baxter T Wl lW ",
f 1B7B E. L. MATTHEWS. OWN...-.DITO* there We all wish, wince h> enlisted / and Mrs L H Futrh: were serve In the U S. Air Force Sunday afternoon al,
fly Jessie lee J..az..hy he'd gone with the others :, Dukes, Mr and Mrs. Othello Dukes Mr, and Mrs W "r Jackson of Mr and Mrs. M L. Tllghman and Dave '
:I a'ublll.hr.1 Every rriaayrfflCl* and Knl<>r'>d B" !Second Joe gained lots and now weighs' and Mrs. John Dukes, all of Lake Jacksonville and Mr and Mrs. (children of Gainesville visited her General,1 ,H
**K OffU-o Htarke. fla.I i Butler and Miss Omega Dukes. Thomas of Lake City I parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. S. M. Mutt
t tills: Mutter at the Pout ? : at Cozette Sapp and friend, Jessie 170 or better The Navy chdn Reddick wish n'i ,
IROU/: of Jacksonville were visiting develop his appetite but enabled formerly, ofV..St Palm Beach bu. .
Cozette's parents, Mr. and Mrs K. him to hold more food. Boy,, oh who Is now transferring to Washington
I I Member g / U 1951 A. Bnpri The two girls have been Boy! Can he eat! I D. C where she has accepted

I Il employed in Atlanta for the past Bud and Nan Moody certainly a civil service position.
have nice I Mrs. L. H. Hill of Lakeland Hpenlwl'.k..nd THANKSGIVING TRAINLOAD
" KSC $'-BO For 8b: Month. four months and are now employedIn a garden. If anyone here. SAl
SubHl'rll.tlnn S'l.7Jn'IA..lly: the at her home
l | Jack ollville. They are on their gets "green" hungry, see them
I Mr. and Mrs G. W Roberts were
vacation with Southern BH Telephone George and Alvla Werre of
; Firm Foundation Needed For Claims Court of her father J. H
Co and plan to go bark to Columbus Ga. were visiting her Sunday guests

! When, all of the details have been finally worked out, and Atlanta for a few days' visit parents, )'.11'. and "Mrs Ferule Tatum In Deland. 6 BIG DAYS OF REAL HOLIDAY SPECIA
'j all of the red tape painstakingly Ironed out it In hoped thatI' Miss Ida Merritt is home from Moody, over the weekend: Alvic I Mrs. Effle; Miner and granddaughter

I the County Commissioners will be enabled: to set up BradfordCounty's Gainesville for a few da>'". She says she really enjoys living up I Mary Ann Wells, Re.1
under the General Act passed attended the Anderson and Meadown there, and especially enjoyg! neighboring i!! companied by Mr. and Mrs. Ho I -,
small claims court : ward Miner and baby of Jackson : ....
reunion near-Savannah, Ga with her old school friend ,
I' than the ,,,,,
1951!); session of the State Legislature, rather I ,,
at the recently, and met many kin whom Antlonett (DidJ) Sapp Norman, vllle, spent the weekend with Mr
Special Act that was passed at the same session. The final Hhe'd never known and many whom who lives In Columbus too. I' and Mrs. Frank Wells In Okeechobee. \

I :tI: decision is now awaiting a ruling by the Attorney General! j jI she'd never heard of. George and Dot Anderson, oho .

I In dealing] with a matter as serious as that of setting "P Mr, Granger/ Is dlggln'/ tamers this are now Hvmj In Savannah (la..i I, Mr. and Mrs. Jack, Brassell of..

J n{! n new court, it would seem: wise to proceed under a statute f week. They made pretty good were back home over the weckiMi'l I Jacksonville. announce the birth of :
I ; that is not surrounded by an aura of doubtful constitution I, production Both fat and "sassy". I| a daughter Peggy Lee, in the Naval Tf7

, !t alit .. There i is no such doubt, of course( about the general The 1'ledRer Johns family enjoyed I was not the only happy mama hospital on November .1 I, Mrs tOilET

! i I act, which iii i applicable) to every county in Florida. But theII' a big birthday, dinner In Midway In our community recently. Evelyn HraMHol] Is the former Marguerite:

' i other act that was passed, applying only to Bradford County, /Sunday' honoring Mrs. Johns' Southerland did a boogie woo/:lr 1 Wainwrlght. '
mother Mrs N. A. Conner. when Earnest Jr. came home from Cliv. Election; I JIT. 4
would be and might eventually ; .
I could be attacked,
II' I Everyone l Is killing hogs around Germany. Junior had been stationed The annual election of city officials _Oe eTOOEf

be declarNluncol1:4l1lutional.: here. Albert Eunice killed five big there for three "long"yenr' well be held on Tuesday, ,

t I The reason: for this is: that" the latter act was passed! aM'I ones Monday. Ho has enlisted for another term Dec. "I, according to' an announce //.IU ._ ..-...- -_ _.. .

I i n so-called "population bill. Although ostensibly a general The "Aunt Bell" Johns clan all M. I* Johns Jr, of Gainesville I ment by Mayor O. J Anders Reserved Prices Good Thurs.
, 'i I act, it applies\ only to counties having a population between met at the Smith Johns home was home for the weekend. Mr I Officers to be elected are Mayor Quantity Rights Nov. 15 Thru 11'eder.

' such-and-such and so-and-so. The figures given are such November .4 and, enjoyed a family and Mrs. Leon Renfroe of Water |I Marshall, and City Clerk for one
152 Call St.
1 : that it can apply only to Bradford County, so in reality it is reunion. All the children were oak were dinner guests of the M year terms each and two councilmen Starkc, Fla.

\, 1 a local bill passing itself off under false pretenses us a general there except Wesley Johns of L. Johns family Sunday. for two year terms each Until
f act. Such legislation has frequently been held unconstitutional < Gainesville Eustace Kelly Is planting) lots I Monday night': of this week only
h Mr. and Mrs. Everett of around his Wish two candidates had qualified with Brand
by the courts. Lane (Melba pasture place. Exclusively Ours! MT. VERMONT
t't''I' When we finally get the small claims! court established Moody) of St. Petersburg, and all of mine was planted In pasture i the clerk. These are D. B Thomasfor S /

"i would like for it to be on a firm foundation. Therefore, Mr. and Mrs Vernelle Moody of Donnie Crews missed two weelcsl! reelection to the office of City
1 we
Marshall and L. H. Futch for re :
awaited with interest Lakeland were visiting their mother of school with the measles lie I :
General's ruling will be
Attorney Mrs Fronle election as Clerk. Candidates have 1V1R1Y1ReadytQuickFrozen
II Moody, and they and Sammy Crews got along nice )
to -
and with an ardent hope that he rules: it permissible: enjoyed the reunion too. with them. until 12 o'clock noon on SaturdayNov.

;1 proceed under the general act Junior and Kathleen! Johns of Mr. Will Andrews, who has been 17, to qualify

'' Know What They're Fighting For Gainesville and Tinker Johns of on our sick list, seems to be '
, They Grade "A". Dressed & Drawn!
I St. Petersburg were at the reunion his well. He SMOK
Ing own pretty I El ElHAM
I I It is heartening to hear a Korean veteran come back also around some now, and we hOlt.l.I' PINE LEVELBy Oven-Ready I

I G home and tell the folks that the men over there do, Indeed, Carl Thomas and children otll happy. YOUNG \

{ know what they are fighting for. They realize they are fighting Lake City ate supper with Ferule Holiday Reason Near I Mrs II. M. Mcltae HENS .t
Communism: -and that is enough. That was the assurance and Ella Moody Monday night. Well folks--here 'tin. Nearly 69C ff :
'I Betty Hummock of Jacksonvillewas Thanksgiving and Christmas time, 6 to 8 Ib.- to 10 Lb
E. in speech before
i' brought by Capt. Clayton Thompson a Church services were well attended Ib.-10 to 12 Ib.
,It the Rotary Club here last: week And Capt. Thompson out to church Monday with cuz and fruit cakes are smellln' from at Pine Level, Baptist 12 to 14 Ib. Sizes +q
Ralph Merritt. nearly house. I've had lots''
;;: was well qualified to speak, for he had been through some The i'ntlirdrul Caravan of calls every for the Nona Priest Irej" Church last Sunday with only 146
battles in that war-torn country in Sunday School because of sick- YOUNGTOMS
of the toughest
)1 Box Fruit Cake here|
recipe so
Rev 8
and Mrs. 12
Ray Bruhaker of ness. We are having an epidemic to
''" Certainly the Korean war is one of the strangest and tli: ,
l Pennsylvania ate traveling over I| of measles among the children. Lb 59C.4
J most terrible conflicts ever fought Geographically, it is a Florida now 1 Ib. box Graham crackers l'' .

:! small war, but in terms of human and material: costs: it is through/: magic presenting and movies.the Gospel Monday small can cream 1 Ib. Brother message Alton in the Dobbs absence delivered of our the 1)iabS&e Ib. size, Lb.

a big one. Veterans of some of the most difficult arid bloody evening they presented "De.clalon" lows. Rub crackers marshmal-I Pastor. Rev. and Mrs. Hall! are

1 campaigns of World War II say that Korea is even worse In technicolor which was a free of lumps. Melt spending a few days in Macon,

in terrain, in climate and in the character of the enemy. It wonderful sermon within Itself, marshmallows In double boiler i Ga. because of the Illness of his SMALL SIZE HICKORY SWEET FRESH STAND

st is a war that seems! half forgotten here at home, and one Leslie Sapp was homo from the Have lots of dried fruits and nuts brother.

which will be difficult to terminate under present conditions. U. of F. for the weekend. ready, exactly the same as for Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brown of PORK HAMS SLICED BACON OYSTERLB.
cooked fruit cake. Pour cream
(II Even if a truce is finally reached, it will be an uneasy one, Well, poor me, lye "sobered up"to and marshmallow mixture Into the Richmond, Va. and Mrs. Brown's ,

and unless: there is a reversal: of policy, our troops: will remain a stage/ of ecstasy, Joe Lazenby cracker dust and mix with hand. sister Mrs. Jack Parker of Starke

I on guard in that racked land, watching and waiting to has finished Naval boot training Add fruits and nut Keep mixingand were visiting the H. M. McRaes 49C LB. 49C Pt. 791

I i see if the enemy has: more grim surprises: in store for us. In San Diego and l Is home for a adding till It can't take any and the, L. A Crosbys Thursday. I 7
mark and of this short furlough. He made airman's The McRaes had as their dinner
Our casualties approach the 100,000 more. Work hurriedly or the mix.
total well over 15,000 are known to be dead. The death rate school and u stationed in Jacksonville ture gets too cold and stiff. Havea guests': Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. E. C.

,! among those now listed as missing is! expected by all to be Just think, he can come buttered bowl and press the cake* Sapp and son Gerald Norman of
home Heilbronn Springs, Mrs A. F. Hall
1 exceedingly high. Our allies have fought bravely and have pretty often and enjoy his mix Into It. Press a buttered plate Chase and Sanborn Pressure TackBUTTER
hunting and fishing on weekendpasses. l and children and Miss Gloria
tl taken their casualties too, but the United States is carryingthe down on this. Nichols of Jacksonville Afternoon
Can't help thinking that
brunt of the load-in fighting, as well as in providing his rabbit hunting (when squirrel two Now or forget three weeks.It! Or try It mellows to for visitors were Mrs. Margie Underhill

I money and weapons. hunting was agin the law) has and slices better Mrs. Jeff Johns of Starke and COFF.EE
'(if. On the bright side of the picture are reports from the I helped him be a good marksman.His up Leering l'n Noon! Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. 19

; ;' front that the losses: : taken: by the Chinese Reds in men and I <,cousin Jesse Mervin Cason The Hanaena will be leaving us Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lewis of
have been high in fact that who "sweated boot" with Klngsland. Ga. spent the weekend
I t' equipment, incredibly -so high, through soon, and have their filling illation -
: it is doubtful if they are in a position: now to mount new Joe, l is going': to be stationed In up for sale. We hate to see with the H H. Lewis family ---."

,: major offensives. And the feeling grows, augmented by Pl'n"acohHe too will get to them go. Bill Is a contractor for Mr. and Mrs. Odel Green and

'1\\ the most recent atomic tests in Nevada, that tremendous come home often Tom Kerce will the Government and, builds defense family of Heilbronn were dinner LAND O SUNSHINE Lb.
be stationed In guests of Mrs Alma Starling Sunday -
or near Diego, an,1hl8
I Jj new lethal weapons, suitable for tactical use by our ground projects In foreign territory Never .
visits will not be as often as the knows where his. destination Is
t troops: may be on the way. ,
/ Boys Well speakln' for
until maybe two or three days out
't Hope Is strong that the Chinese forces may be losing
, Joe and "Jet'a"fa's\ I can truth- at He's served In Okinawa
" their stomach for fighting, and that Russia may conclude fully say they are two happy Ma's sea. NO.
Canada, Alaska, and the Aleutian BROOKER 303 CAN
: I that this particular lied cause is lost. If so, the Korean war, over their ole younglna'. Islands. PUMPKINS Can

j!t terrible as1 it is, will have served its purpose- Joe visited with Conway Rouse Mr. F. J. I.ewU! STOKELY'S FINEST 111

, j''C[ @ OIU'Ol; 4; /'<&$&;&ft; o/'ewdrw0IMHH > LAWTEYL.. II. Flitch' of munity MirlluneoiiH A Mrs.miscellaneous bride center Helen., was. Thursday Sliouer Barry held shower Crobby in afternoon the in,honor a com recent SAUCE S E i MINOT NO. CRANBERRY 303: CAN Can i ;

'I Mrs. Frank W Jones' entertained Nov. 8. Hostesses were Mrs T.
9i' \with a birthday party on Saturday W. Mai key, Mrs. Eugene Long, --- -

, 'I 52 attt'rnoolot, last week honoring Mrs Maurice Edwards and Miss HERSHEY
; 1 ] tier daughter, Maxine, who was Carolyn Kelly. SUGAR S Lbs.
i' 5
' ten years old that day. Outdoor Sunbeam Hand, :Meeting FACrOUV."tACK:

" games were enjoyed for about an The Sunbeam Band of the
''I hour, after which refreshments of Brooker Baptist Church met at the ..
i home of their counselor Mrs. Bill,
birthday cake Ice cream, cookies
: Emulsorized
::1 I and punch were served. Favors of.' Blgham Wednesday, Nov. 7, at ShorteningSNOWDRIFT Donald Duck Superfre+h
1 3.30 .
: p.m.Theme
candy bats and bubble gum were
children taken of the program'was "My MAYONHAISPint
t given the to be
I, II III Japanese Friends" After the
I I home. Maxine received attractive,
story "In The Land of F10w..rs"e..eh

,1:1:I .i iII i 1ri and About useful 18 children gifts from were her friends presentand :, Japanese Sunbeam lantern.colored, and madea 3 Lb. CanTTVTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTyTTT Jar

a good time was had by all.I Each member was asked to bring 85C 29
Mrs. E. H. Futch assisted 1 :Mrs. to the next
n meeting a girt to fill a
Jones In entertaining. I basket for
a needy
on "
T T VTVTT .m.nmmnnnnn
Dr. and Mrs.V.. T. Walters were Thanksgiving
I II visitors to Hernando on Monday of There were 16 members present. No. 2 Can Dole Sliced
, r Green GiantPEAS
rI i last week. They resided in Her-, The next meeting will be held Wednesday
I V'i nando before coming to Lawtey. Nov. 21, at the Church PINEAPPLE can 29c No. 303 can
I Mrs A. H. Harley Sr. Is visitingher and all children between the ages
It daughter Mrs. Nelson\ Blocker, of 4 and 8 are urged to attend.
In Atlantic Beach Games and contests were enJoyed I 9-0z. Nonesuch
No. 303 Can Del Maid Cold:
Friends of Mrs. A. L. Beasley with prizes being won by

will be glad to know she is home Mrs Hazen Howard, and Mrs.Wait Mrs. R. E. MINCEMEAT pkg. 23c Cr. Sty. CORN can 1
again after a stay of several daysIn Lloyd Barry A'chlck..n
I a Winter Haven hospital. Mrs salad course was served at
Beasley was stricken and rushedto the close of the afternoon 9-0/ Hetty Crocker
O. A. ('Ia..' Meeting: Dixie Darling Long Grain
the hospital while visiting a son
Winter Haven. The Gills Auxiliary of the Bap- CRUSTQUICKP918'% RICE 3 Ibs. :
tist church met
MORE FOK; YOUR MONEY Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lee Wainwright Monday afternoon .
Nov. 6. at the home of Miss
and children. Louis Lee Jr.
Catherine Harrell.
.,I' .IH< guests of his parents Mr and Mrs.
interesting program was presented FRUIT CAKE
In le.krauly., rw>min.*+,riding rate and dependability T. L. Walnwrlght on Sunday after I by the members of the eo. $2.29 BREAD

noon. I class. Those present were Misses ...
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Green of Jackie
Barry Annette Green,
The new Dodge fulfills your every wish and Green Cove Springs were Sunday I, Martha Willis Shirley Nell In
&.. my t"'u" 1;r.;.:... 53! gives you all the extra-value features you've ever guests of the J. E. Wall family. Katherine Harrell Ann Crosby Green, CRANBERRIES orTE Cartons Lbs.
.. 2
"'pc( ".:;.!- .:=. hoped for in one fine carl The smooth Onflow Troy Bennett, who Is working In Mary Frances Hazen. Polly Wait LA IIOWE

# Ride takes (the bounce out of bumps and Dodge Miami spent the weekend with his \\'. M. H. HiiHlnesi. :Meet
fZ27)t'I't'J .I'Jr .
: ( Cyro-Matic takes gear shiftmg out of your life family.Mr. The W. M. s. business meetingwas
DOWN: UT"t and Mrs. G. W. Durham of( held at the Baptist church
TIIK: 1>0 K"SHOU' forever! Dodge subtracts all driving eilort\ and FoodsCELERY
Jacksonville were guests of relatives -' Wednesday afternoon Nov. 7, at Calif. Pascal Frozen ]
Where> others give you sell ,the free Dodge! adds new value so outstanding that You could i here on Sunday. 3 o'clock. An Interesting programand

'"Show Down W.y" gives you PROOF I It still poly huudreds of dollars more and! not get Friends of Mrs, Perry Davis will discussions were rendered. The stalk 19c Ruse .

give you the "lowdowifear l by feature everything this big, .handsome Dodge gives youl! be interested to know that she It ladies will meet at the church. raw b ertles 4 pkgs
I what yours getting when youVuy
-on exactly home after Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 21, at
.... again some time spent
s..ssw's.d..swMw.s. "
Get free ,
.1 a new tar. your copy 2 o'clock for the of Book "
In a Jacksonville\ hospital. purpose a .6 Suwannee River Valley LillIe
Review. All ladles
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs are urged to
Perry Davis were her daughters be present.. They are planning to U. S. No. 1 New Crop ACRE PEAS pkg.
; : ] study the book titled
@/ IgpDGiUON Mrs. Nellie Mae Dryden! and Mrs Spanish America" "pilgrimageTo ORANGES 5 lb. bag 23c
Carl Vanzant and family, all ot
: 'DISPLAY'AT Jacksonville Mrs. Harvey Baxter and daughter Duncan Hines

Aubrey Ryder has returned to Joe Ann, of Jacksonville visited Juice 6 cansIn
C Org.
her parents, Mr.; and lIno.V., H. n ,
duty In the armed service afterfurlough a 'u

J. P. Roberts Motors'' Leon Starling spent with of Fort his family Bragg, N. Harrell.Mr. and Sunday.biro Guy Harrell and :Mesh lag! York Soperbrand

C. was saying "Hello" to friends la daughters of Cocoa spent last
Temple Ave. STARKE, FLA. Phone 69 Lawtey Monday afternoon. weekend at their. home here. APPLES ibs. 39c ICE CREAM 2 pts

Mrs. George Niblick of Jackson- Mr. and Mr* Henry Coleman of

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)Ir.. 'I C. SWl't"nr \ \TjNAIrfUTkEV

"?.sire. I)IIY I'Ivhors1foying :
: Mr. and
''11 were
r aiiRh and chilv !-
, and Shliley. olio

')11{" ,,,i 3r Alvin Butler Cox and of

' Will Rogers U For THANKSGIVING Dinner

i; !, ,?' ..,,villa'
18", r" day of Mr. andl1Sy
were Mrs. Rosa
. Crocker and Carl
, \llle On Sunday

'.gurl,; ,'' md were Mrs.their Mildred guests. Read The Rules How To Win .,

,,,, Dickinson and
pr, | i ""t Theressa have
of j I per guests of Miss Any reader of the Telegraph\ IM ollK Itch: ..|""',, !M'Ww, rr|>rrriiti muiin. .

fr'v a:s I., p.,irsons of Ohio Infrd >ble to enter hue routeMt, aixlthe i s |I.r..h..llt hiihliii'n. firm or |Mrnniiof

' iRhter/ Lake.Mrs. Lonnie first three IMTHOIIS siihiHlttlng 4s I "r IliU city. :Tnko the scrauahle.lthe
Hampton: l
weekend In Cedar g letters and than to
'g last correct or nearest correct a..- arrange spell
?: Mr and Mrs. J, G.
!i daughter Louise their III'M111 Ire aW8r.l..1 l big fat tur- I lie firm nnnie c.irre.llj. Then
Ul pri, veer, Mr. and Mrs. '
.;,11Ind| family of Newd ... ke.tI for ThankagUlng. In order / ,. write a brief article on the wihJ -
and Mrs. E. M. ,
Mr Starke. Mr. to be. fair Midi our siiltNrrlbera; { Mho : J pet "Tho MUll IM Like To Seol.tnlril
,?,' of ..' '.'
pre'att and Louise Added : I'renlilviit In 19\: !." Do '
get: their papera{ through the mall, ;
- tl. Rlngllng Brothn "
, I,, ksonville on Frl- no answer Milt be considered from .' s'" not cxcTrcl 100 uitrtN., It IH |M-r-

.. ,
r Miss Helen Adkins '. a n j ono baying a copy of the Telegraph '* Ili ry. nil wshle to .IIM Mil* ndtrrtlHmifntor .
'Ier rmanently< u separate| ..lii-ct. cot |>''|H'r fort

, where she is employed Thursday No\'ember 13.lnners ,. 6 a jour anM,'r.. UlnnerH Mill Ix-
.>rn Union. Miss Adkins
;.st t several months has notified I by mull and turkeys will
Wenr-rn Union in thee t
; branch. \\' of Tnrkology. Conleitt. I : l>e l.r..lltc..1Iua..lu! : }', Nove'mbe'rSin

''( prrf years r.c, in. The correct Nolulloii to the t
;Jut P T. A. meeting the wJ e ?
.' .
second grades won the eligible for prizes In the C'lIrrE'nt.. ,'. puzzles Mill log| pulillHlicil. In our -
having the most parents ,
:1 is present. On Wednes.oon contest. S ; S next Issue.AWAYStart. .
they had a delightful ,
d on the school campus.
weight grade girls, Ear-
rman and Barbara Mat-
ated Miss Raulerson in
freshments to the play

acre a religious seventy-eight service of Sun-our 3 TURKEYS GIVEN Now!

Monday November 19 a ,
!fifteen students accoma -
, consultant will visit
plan Elementery school
"same evaluations. These
.+ students are preparing I
In nearby schools and ,
tt McCracken, their in- J "

.nag lit, this asked scho permission l. They will for ,//1' .... .... ,,, ;. .'.< .: .'.".''i.".'.. 'v, \. ".' '.

ill after the lunch hour ... ." ,,'II '
those attendingHome- : '
ii I Starke Friday night : .. .
/"Hofne, Edwin Johns, tgdcorekuhsof aeillrimjeywwls aacceejrheghoynnyls.

eeney, Normajean Jones,
lor, Bill Johnson, Jamesnon
Forsyth J. W. Tay-
\ta Sue Brooklns, Bill

Lonnie Davis and Mrs. uiortwaseraesonctssetteao metco.nuifkaurdenrr tiecydekssf&pundsmeeanor

mum In Miss Swanbom's
swing lovelier every day.
irane brought two golde

Durden. a former pupil rhuicnpurtafoyreatnm'ae.uJb&ghiht.lmnipntegslu vttnni'srelsiyseicao
Allen f'ochrane a lovely
lllliamston\ N. C.


IE FARM pore'zutssseresters betjros.mp.rtsroo cwersnodealnhemet&krcyserametgerrgn'

roo. Bryan \\lilttleld

the past. week Dr. and

fix and their'daughter, eo aaecnv'fs' ireyvacs&lesebislb
of Atlanta, Georgia
eral friends here. Be-
.ere former Farm res-
B. E Daniels held open
Or and Mrs. Nix Satur-
r They shared honors heron.rcoys.rjsgride&lilecostgarapflnacapnaoc

'T1e'\. ai'1 with of Atlanta Dr Hunt, who and ssssviwoy'etlgfeiy&arennvriticocacewfaogrscuodenssnrryg f dartskatsdbeel'oeps.r]

td l them to the Farm.
"imj' Godwin and Corp.
uclb) 'It, Tyndall Field,
an City, spent the f .., .
.Pit I n,>llda>s with Mr titttssrruuom&rinkhcearealaanmlixdigelir
,''n uc ,dw in,
Ilr'' .ai d Mrs. J.t.:! Bradir -
guests Mr. and
B il'y and their sons, mery jwegel '
' it Jacksonville. & k kcosom
Ir aimle Bradley and '. ca orygeer r '
1 Gloria, also of I
-, with Mr. and
* -. Saturday nightn I calh.gac.ywenlctolakoigarscolcan.bteoc .

the Palatka I aeetolcrmnohl I 5 orrirenkitrewrislfgannvlaeronfaoeoinrfennoorsneeiod

G am. played here I
1 oJ.l Farm Midget
a 20-0 score I
' and Mrs. Herb I (.
'past week were
and Mrs Irenea
and :Mrs.: R. A, aafdefrcoorbdtiruuritonnprro ;

,. 5 ,,
W o. Engram re- ssbaroemsnog&ern
lesilay after havhl -
ai. anon with rel- .
l' >111e and in Montat -

't air They Alabama were trip ac- yaserplumrfps J'rysJv caegoyrsloegrti 'i'\r \

'* '
While In Jack- abeedeuprstiplssimsk "
r. ''r," Mrs. Engram at- 1 "
ngl'' Brothers Circus
;" c
!.II Delbert Crews of r
ier of Mr.
;.,, .ngram guests Sunday. b.caubhttlmroesmo.

rat .-: of the birthday
their son-in-law, ,
'".:,. : of Gainesville.
IIn A C Davis were
jay tar' _Their dinner guests at their In- drreh.durntgirugc.esfo. ddeeeetrs&srwsgcioarma' .

and Mrs. Strickland
our' Johnnie, Mr. and .
A. =N'oland and their ..
Here:\' 'iith Ann. of Or- .
111,2! Mrs. Marcus Red- .
he;' sons of Hellbronn .'" .
4 I 1 Mi and Mrs. Junior
sal') )r
Mrs Milo SeIgler and
Mu, of Valparaiso .
' Mrs Bryan White -, .
day until :Monday. .-


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[(:1 NOV161951

ilna. T. Evans ,,,, ,
.)r..ph, A Maher Defendant ,1
Cane No 8778 You are hereby notified' that a 101 Law Px: ,
i I
IP Miss Helen Barry Mrs. L. G. Powell Crawford-Coley Not Ire To "P...... milt for Divorce and restoration of sonvllle, Fl. 1,1, ,
rul- maiden name hap been filed against al In the .. ,,
'A Maher whose .ff"
f Weds Elected President daughter Tr.i you In the above named Court andcause Circuit Court
James ( Miss BeHharee Coley. ,I meYou And address I Is fnknown and you are required to nerve day of-D.

Ga. Of Local U. D. C. ,if :Mrs John Mathis of Sturke are hereby m.tlfled that a. a ropy of your' answer or pleadingto :the ;AIICTgall.n' ,, ,
Kingsland, Crawford, son of Mr. suit for" I'.r has been filed the complaint on the Plaintiff Willf 'tot' r" ,.. ,.
and Billy
agaln.t1 I In the above named Attorney T Flank Lamlnim. :fcttarke, This n..tl".. 0
1 ) I The W. T. VV'pek's chapter U. D. and Mrs Paul Crawford of Starke, Court .end cause. and you are required Florida and file the original In the once each w,?,1 K ,
married In Folkslon, Ga., 10 serve a copy of your/ answer office of the Clerk of the Circuit weeks In the U:,
C. held its were '
: regular monthly r0eet'log the complaint
"P pleading to Court "n or before the 10th day of graph
; I > and Installation of officers Saturday Nov. 10. At present on the Plaintiff" Attorney, T FrankthedorLlnal December 1951 I : otherwise the alle- Dated thi-" -i
with Mr. Craw- .. file PHld Complaint wlil .e 1951.
afternoon of last week the are residing offcaof
Wednesday the aso
In the taken
1' ; Mooty( confepped by you. (OFFICIAL ,
: at the home of Mrs. W. F. Godwlr ford. < parent. Clerk ft the circuit Court on or before This notice shall be publishedonce l t.It l ,, -
Phone :35Miss and Mrs. W. J. Chandler. I ,the 10th day of December, each week for four consecutive I By Myrtl T i nBeware'
f 1961 otherwise the allegation: of Dradford County Tele
I ; weeks In the
I ----" '_- -- ,,-. The following officers were In. 'Play It Safe'Hunters said Complaint will be taken as conteased graph.Dated.

IV1-r; stalled: president, Mrs. 1. Q by you./ this 7th day of November,
AdvisedAs shall be publishedonce
Sen. And Mrs. Johns Thla notice I9GI.
Synhoff Powell; first for four consecutive I
i vice-president Mrs each week (OFFICIAL PEATA.. 3. Thomns,
Nephew and Grandson Honored In Jax. J. R. Kite; second vice-president Season OpensWith week-In. the Bradford County Telegraph. Clerk of the Circuit Court.Clerk. Coin
ny/ Myrtle T. Deaver
Mrs. W. G. Halle; secretary MM Dated this 7th day of November, 119t 11,80 i From Common Coj
Starke Residents With Buffet Supper I r the
Of E. K. Ferryman; treasurer Mrs.J. official opening of mi. 'I

E. Wilson; historian Mrs. L. F Florida hunting season set forNovl'l11b..r (OFFICIAL KRAI.) A. J_ Thomas, OTICR: TO APPFItnIn
4 Before a picture window banked State Senator. and Mrs. Charley ,j Clerk of the circuit Court Clrrnlt. ('".... IlrnilforNI Connfnrl That HANG OKI
E. Johns were honored at a I Chapman; recorder of crosses 20, hunters are advised By Myrtle T Deaver 'Ct.UtYtC1erk0, : ...rlilni In ( ........,.. _
with white gladioli and pastel porn rpcep-I Mrs W J. Chandler; registrar Miss to .obey the laws of both safety Merrltt Milton MoMlllen. Plaintiff. CreomubionrelieveeprompA 'bit
( ,
Miss Bar- tion and buffet supper by i,. McMlllen.: Defendant it goes right 10 the
porn chrysanthemums Olive Ray and assistant and by Ben L. McLauchlin v.. Martha seat of the tl"
daughter of Mr.' John, sister, Mr. Huldnh U. Morgan registrar game \o'rlf K TO APPR4n Case No. 87tlre to help looser; and expel
r [ bara Sue Synhoff I Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. of the Game and FreshWater germ I
director To
, I' of at Mm, Morgan'a: River Oak Appointed on In finch ('..u... Bradford County > > Appear.To phlegm and aid nature I to
R. Synhoff .. IOOlhr
and Mrs. committees! are: Mrs. J. W. Kin. Fish Commission. Klorlditi In Chancery. : Martha L. McMlllen, who heal raw tender inflamed
Ormond Beach became the brideof home In Jacksonville following the Hinmnerford, Waa-staff. Plaintiff residence IB: c/o Henry Keener n.It membranes. i trot

\ Gene Camel) non of Mr. andI Florida.Georgia football game last R.raid A.Mrs.Green W.; Courtesy B. Mundy: Mrs, and O.Mrs L. "Eiich: year many hunters are" Lena, JaiiM",s Wnnitaff, Defend You WRl..I! hereby',notified lt'h'.lta.a: or money refunded Guaranteed Creomulsio to plealC:
Ormond.I Saturday. killed or seriously Injured by someone ant. suit for Divorce has been filed stood the
also of test of
5J S. C. Carnell. millions
I Mrs. Beaslcy, Miss Madg Middleton and H failure to observe t the 111m.pleAI Case. No 8774 against you In the above named of u
I f Sunday afternoon Nov. II, at 5 In the receiving line with Mrs. Mrs. Mattie Gahagan Mrs. L,. \""\"f' To Appear.To Court and cause and you are. required -
; A. I
rules of the sport, he stat..d."P'ople ,_ whose CREOMULSK
of -
Lee Nichols officiated I Morgan and Senator and MrsJohns JAm.I. to serve a copy your answer
fi I; o'clock. Rev Davis, Mrs. O. 1. Haines and just don't seem to r. ildence. and <.lilre<.N it 310H Highland or pleading the complaint .... Ceniht., Ch.. Cold ,
at the ceremony In the home of, were Senator and Mrs. Wallace Miss Helen Barry daughter, of H. M. Rlcharde; : rrmerjv Htre t, Charlotte North Caro- on the Flalntlff'i Attorneys, Evan A Itn..v..rfv
bride's parent. E. Sturgis: of Ocala and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. Barry of Mrs. W. Mrs'l that guns! can be very dangerous ..,, .
the P. Godwin and Mrs. .----------------------------------..-------------
A' In marriage by and Mrs. J. Edwin Larnon of Talla- Brooker and James Vernon Crosby Davis, Memorial weapons when they areImproperly vvnIt's
> The bride given ; : Mrs. M. B. j :
handled. Caution
her father wore a white taffeta ha8l1pe. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. long; Headquarters: Mrs. Geo. B. j g'
should be observed all times, A
at Thrifty Thanksgiving Custom
1 ballerina length dress with snug Supper was served out-of-doors Crosby of Starke were marriedon Flynn; Publicity: Mrs. E. L. Mat and hunters should be sure thatthey r -

' bodice a ntand-up roll collar, and with bonfires taking the chili ouf Sunday Oct. 28, In Klngsland thews Mrs. G. J. McGriff and Mrs

y full skirt Her Juliette cap was of of the air and adding color to the Ga. The ceremony was performed L. D. Vinlng; Correct use of Con- actually see where and what \
7' "
"' lace straw and fastened a shoulder 'I festive occasion. Decorations were by Rev' Herbert Elherldge. 'I federate Flag: Mrs. George B they are shooting. 1. .1 to come to A&P For Plump Tender
'In red and MiLntichlin also stated that ,
white with
the color Roberts
i veil to her hair. She curried an I| For her wedding the bride chose ; and Chairman of Education -
, old fashioned nosegay of while I||I scheme lurried to the while cakes a. white tailored suit with which : Mrs W. G. Hallo. .r_ Game Commission wildlife officers -. ,
Her. ,, and red popples.! will b<* more alert than ever this ,
carnations and gardenias. she wore black accessories. Refreshments served to the 14
necklace was a :| More than 300 guests In- season. to apprehend violators of
| were
four-strand pearl resent at the meeting Included
Mrs. from
Crosby graduated
'j I IMitta I vlled to enjoy the dinner.. the game laws "Under the law
gift of the bridegroom!; Assisting Bradford High School In the classof tiny pumpkin favors with lighted I TURKEYS
each hunter Is entitled to his fair
Joanne Meadows, maid of i Mrs. Morgan In caring for the afi.11 and has been employed In candles In the center "
guests\ were Mrs. Evelyn Hunter sharof" the game and no more
honor and Miss Joanne Duhberly, the office of A, J. Thomas, Jr The December meeting will be he 111. "Any should
filler, Mrs Hoy -i sportsman
Simpson Mrs.
bridesmaid, wore ballerina length!; held! at the home of Mrs. L. A.
In and blue rPII Gertrude lilack and Mrs. Carrie Mr. Crosby also graduated from Davis DC, willing to abide by the laws =

taffeta !gowns rose small match- Williams all of Jacksonville; Mrs. BHS, class of 10JO! and Is at present thnl help conserve game for future

pectlvely. They wore Benson Skelton employed as produce manager well as use. Those who
and Mrs Helen ns present Lb.
;;I ing hats and larded rosebud nose Kennedy of Tallahassee and Mrs.' at Setter's In Starke. Miss Margaret Hall on,' not willing are stealing game Cuslomer r HENS 69C

'. gays. Myrtle Dandy of Klngsley Lake. They are residing In the McKinney honored Guest For that belongs to other people." 'j:.:
';,,1 i Miss Meadows and Miss Dubber- Florida hunters were recently Corner
,]Il'? ly were. also soloints for the wedding Miss Hall Honored apartments. Miscellaneous Shower advised by the Game Commission r'c l 7 '"

I with Miss Mary Margaret Mrs. W. E. that they will probably enjoy theb..llt The men and women |or.j!. Meadows afl planlHt. With Bridal ShowerA Bigham Mrs. Michael Gllhooly and Mr*. hunting season this year that A&P are proud of their

Robert Lelght. Elected To Head E. L. Crawford were hostesses at have had Deer
Best man was they in many years I reputation for efficiency. -
4 Mrs. Synhoff, mother of the miscellaneous brldnl shower a miscellaneous Mower last Friday and turkey hunters were promised !Here's how this efficiency
Home Demon. Club
.11' bride, wore a bronze-brown crepe given by the ladies of the Hamp- In their home on the State especially good prospects while benefits : '

dress with a corsage of >allow Ion: Chrlmian Church was held from the Home Farm road, honoring Miss Mar. squirrel' quail and migratory bird ': ,.h you
Monday night In the Representatives caret Hall whose It saves you shopping
rosebuds. Mrs. Curnell a community marriage to hunters will have as good or better I
.1 blue dress hall, Hampton honoring Miss Demonstration Clubs met In the Donnie Hugh Crawford will be an hunting than last year.OTlce I = time.

Informal reception Margaret Louise Hall whose marriage Court House Friday with Miss event of Sunday, Nov. 18. I, I, It saves you shopping rk ,
During an '
"i to Donnie Hugh Crawford Dorothy Ross Home Demonstration The : TO ..I'Pt'ti\ effort.
I Mrs. W. R. Smith grandmother of Agent, and Miss Ethyl Hollo- refreshment table was cover. In In-nll of the bride, and Mrs. Bernice Pol- Starke will be an event of Sunday ed with a lace cloth and centered Flnrldnt li* 4 hnncerr.Oe.itKc \ It saves you money. 'tU' { hoe "C
Home Demonstration
District -
afternoon.Tall way, r Carter." Plaintiff v.. Ivn
i lock, an aunt asHlHted in serving Agent to work on the for with a bouquet of white chrysan- II. "I'urter Defendant Is there anything you would

: punch and a tiered cake topped vanes of multicolored chryaanthemums mntkn, of a County Council of themums. Lighted white tapers \ .lli.e Tn tiipene. Cave No. '3772i ,I| suggest we do in your A&P ors
II with a miniature bridal couple. were placed to advantage Home Demount ration Work. In silver candle holders were placed T" Ivn II Curler, whose residence to serve you more efficiently

:: After a short wedding trip the throughout the hall anda After much dlscusHlon, the fol on each aide of the flower arrange ID You!,'"k nown.hereby notified that a Please write: .. ..

newlyweds will make their home beautiful bowl of white dwarf lowing objectives were sot up: to ment. salt for am Divorce him, been filed

./ at 141 Marlon St. Daytona Beach, chrysanthemums graced the Ince- complete the council organizationby During the evening the guests aicitiiist' :von' In the above minted CUSTOMER RELATIONSDEPT.
: where Mr. Onrnoll la employedwith covered gift table. The refreshment played I { "ui..t and cause and you are re-. .
nnmlng a council delegate from games and prizes were A. to serve n ropy. : of your anHWIM
,u a printing firm. table was presided over by each club a 4-H chairman and a awarded the winners. Assisting I or pleadings to the complainton A&P Food" Stores

Mr. Carnell la a grandson of F Mrs. J. L. Anderson of Starke and clothing chairman from each club the hostess in caring for the guest' the Fliilntirr'n, B05 Lynch Attorney Kiilldlnit Znrh, Jnrk.Homiile II.DotltflnH .. 420 New Lexington York 17 N.Ave.W.JFNR'EuPAIITKEUc.'AAIKOUESS,. 4 ce 1

\il A. Scott and a nephew of Mr. and l Mrs O. P. WadsworUi. and having training meetings for were Mrs. T. C. Crawford and Mrs i Kloildu" and file the orllfln-I .
"I l In the office of the Clerk
Mrs. :J, T. Quigley of Starke. Miss Flail Ray Stone. r
Mrs. Lynn Hall and these chairmen and officers. ('In' tilt Court. on or before ,
Mr. and Mrs. Quigley and Mr, Mrs. L. L. Crawford Sr. were presented Members elected to fill the offices Enjoying the affair were about day. 'of iHemtier., 11)51) ; othervvlite ;

u and Mrs. W. A. Scott attended the I corsages upon their arrival, 25 the alloKntlonn of said Complaint : : (Over 2-3 Fruit )) '
were: guests Including Mrs. Lynn will be taken on ronfexfted by you.
I wedding In Ormond Sunday afternoon and a. beautiful orchid was later President .- Mrs. W. E. Bigham Hall, mother. of the bride-elect, and ThU notice shall he publlnhed I !
once each week for four con.ecntlveWeclu 316. '
to size 2"j
\ given guest of honor. Jr. Mrs. I* Crawford mother of the In the Iiradford County Tele- 9 ; f >

4 J Winner In the "Brldnl. Recipe, Vice pres. Mrs. E. M. Blount bridegroom-elect. I Krnph.luited,I this 61 It day of November! ;

l Methodist Men game was Mrs. Douglas Hardy Secretary -- Mrs. Floyd Crosby ItSI.OVFiriAT..

I who took honors with a formula Treasurer Mrs. T. J. Alder Governor EntertainedIn ( SBAT.) A. J. Thomas
; Schedule Meeting C'lerk of the Circuit Court. ,

1 11' The Starke Methodist Men's. Fel, for the"Keeping hilarious Hubby game of Contended"In "marriageable man.Delegate --- Mrs E. L. Cox Hogan Smith Home Iiy Myrtle T. Uoaver Deputy 11/9 4t Clerk 11. 30o'rTt'i [ PICNICS I I S Short Shank Lb. 39C

lowshlp will meet Monday even Chairs", with Mrs. K. B. Wet Those attending the meeting) On Recent Visit Here % : '1'01'1'1'111: I! Cured
lerson providing the muHlo were: Mrs A. H. Harley Mrs. :JVf In Clrruit'sort, llrn.ironl Conntr,I Sugar
;\ Ing Nov. 19, at 7 p.,m. in the on a lorlilni. In I hn......,..
Methodist recreation hall for the, mouth harp Miss Sylvia May won, McRne Mrs. Floyd Crosby, Governor Fuller Warren and Paul J. Itemllnirpr, t'lnltitlff I vu.

\ regular fellowship supper'meeting an award. Mrs. P. L. Dlnklns, Mrs, H. C. members of the motorcade escort fenduilt.| Mu\4ne .Klllott tops Itemllnner l>e- E J Fancy York I'lanlerAPPLES

I It was announced this week' by thepresident Assisting, III displaying' the manlovely y Wainwright Mrs. E. L. Cox, Mrs. ing him Into Starko for his appearance -I Case Ni> 8709Notice lb. PEANUTS

C. H. Nasworthy. gifts were Mixnos Locus] I E. A[, mount Mrs. Birdie Warnock, here last Friday were To: :Mnxlne T<> %p|>.Klllolt";.. T.pe Ri>m. E 5 bag 39Ca

A. D. Martin la the chairman 01 r Hall, Elizabeth Crawford Sylvia Mrs Howard Wait, Mrs. B M entertained at a dessert course linger whose re.lden<'o i it.. Un oz. Can 34c

'I't the supper committee. Mr. Nas May Gladys Buiuly Louise Ad McRae, and MfR W. E, Blgham. preceding the Governor's speech at known.You are hereby notified that a E

I worthy has secured a very Inter kins, Helen Jean Parker, Joan 3 o'clock. xlllt for Dlvurcii ban been filed FOR HISCl'ITS

i eating speaker for this suppc r Sweeney Peggy Hlnson. Grace, Farewell Party Scene of this affair was the I :Court niralniit; : and you rouse In the and above you ar named' reriulred E Sweet JuicyORANGES

meeting Dickinson Shirley Dennison, and home of Mr. and IIrV.. Hogan to nerve a rouv of your answer BISQUICK49c
J Ruth Sibley. Given Two Smith which was decorated with or pleadlnaa to the complainton 21.
the I'litlntlff Attorneys, Even Sib 23C .
BPW To Meet Around Seventy Clients enjoyed 1 HumphreysVorkers pink and white chrysanthemum T. Evans and, :Neal; I I. Kvanv: ,Ir. :,,
I this event with Miss Hall. Those for the occasion. A graceful bouquet 101( law Kxrhnnite: lllllMlnir, JackMonvllle -
Klorlda. .. and file the SHOKTEMXfl I
: The Business and ProfessionsWomen's i I from out of town attending were Personnel of the Humphreys attractively arranged In a orliilnal In the office of the Clerk

j. Club will hold Its regula r 'Mrs Eugene Hall of Dasher, Ga.. Gold Corp. were. hosts at a faie crystal- bowl was used as the centerpiece or the the loth Circuit day or Court December on or ,before 1951. California Emperor JEWELGRAPES
monthly meeting Monday evening Mrs. R. B. Parsons of Ohio. Mrs well party given Thursday, Nov. for the buffet serving otherwise the aTlefcallonM of aald 1 Ib. 6cBlueWhite
at 7:30 o'clock at St. Edward I Fred Dodd, Keystone Heights Mrs 8, at the Pelican Club in honor of table. Complaint will be taken as confess I ". pkg. ?:
you. 2
f Hall. Q. B. Burney Mrs. Lonnle Crawford Miss Frances Taylor. cterk-Bteno Welcoming the guests at the I I"I\\\ notice shall be published 25C f f fr f f f f" '

,'f i A BPW District meeting will beheld Sr.. Miss Elizabeth Crawford grapher and Charles R. Hager door were. Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Mr, once week.each week for four consecutive
In the Bradford
County Teletcrnph.
Sunday at Jacksonville Beach, Mrs. J. L. Anderson Mr. Elmer plant superintendent.A Charley E. Johns and Mrs. W. B. ,I F FLAKES9c

Ii I Starke members attending the Lewis all of Stark, Mrs. E. S delicious buffet dinner was Mundy and Mrs. Robert Green. I 14A1 tinted this 3nl, day of November, Fla. Grade; A Dressed! and Drawn

District meeting will meet at the, Sibley Miss Ruth Sibley Miss served by candlelight and the Assisting In caring for the guest I (OFFICIAL PEAT.) A. J. Thomas, '.

ii Post Office Sunday morning at g' Grace Dickinson Miss Hazel Piill honor guests were presented gifts were Mrs.' T. F. Landrum. Mrs. J I By Myrtle Clerk T. of the circuit Court Clerk E FRYERS whole lb. ..r
Denver. Deputy
tf r' o'clock. .. AJ J JV lips' Mrs. S. R.Swlndall. and Mrs during the evening as mementoes L. Anderson Mrs. Dave I'atilk 11.9 4t 11,30 Laundry SnapP&G

A. H. Kelsey, of Theressa. of the occasion Mrs Charles Darby Mrs Foster I _

OES To Meet Mr. Hager has been transferreito Shl Smith and Mrs J. R. I \ortee. : TO \rrF. \II .
V Monday Wain In Tin-nit. ( ....t. Bradford ('ofln.,.
Baptist BWC the duPont plant at EdgeMoore wright. r'larlilai In < hnitrerr.Mheldon Allgood :Med. Sliced Ilreakfast' 7cp
i f A Delaware and Miss Taylor ;MHI-r lah.' i'. Plaintiff, VII _
regular meeting of the Starke j-ff-f-f +*-**
I 1\'\, Chapter No. 224, OrJS.: will be held Holds MeetingThe \Is returning to :Jacksonville to Christmas Bazaar BACON lb. FOR DISHES
1.. In the chapter room Monday night accept a position. I 'a 4V.tTuq 49C

\ at 8 o'clock Business Woman's Circle of About 2O guests were present 'to Scheduled By I E JOY

I II / the First Baptist Church met Mon enjoy the occasion.

day night Nov. 12 in the educational MethodistVomen I E Herman Orange Brand All Meat 30c

I IIC building. Opening prayer Donnie Faxon Enjoys The women of the Methodist' 1 Jib. cello/ o ffff\ ***fCLEANSER
.B was given by the Circle Chairman
f! Church with Mrs. J. R. FRANKS
Mr. Martha Futch. Mrs. Nathalee Seventh Birthday Wain- E 59C BAB-O
wright chairman '
STARKE FLA. are holding a'
Reid :
was In charge of the program .
I the topic bf'lng'hlther Asia", With Party At HomeLittle .Christmas bazaar at the Methodlst 12c

A beautiful Recreation Hall all day Thurs Creamy Pure \ .
candlelight .
FrI.. Sat. Nov. 16. 17 program Donna Dee Faxon celebrated day. Nov. 29, followed by a Shortening PJ f f f _* *+ -" *
turkey 'a3
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE; ;| was represented given with In costume-four countries China her seventh birthday anniversary dinner In the evening at $1.25: perplate. i /lb. can Ocean of cotta'
Nov. 2 when her motherMrs. 69C
Egypt and America. E TIDEIge.
Europe Mis
\\. D. Faxon entertained ata II Jy\
June Patel Hand made articles home rallied
sang a solo accompanied -
Show Business
party at the home of Mrs. M C. I 30e
the plants and numerous gifts to pkf.
at piano by Mri. Mar help J
Fiddle: Cantor, (.....rKe Murphy [ jorle Galloway. Food for a Ford :II'. on W. Madison. street the Christmas shopper will be on I E EatweIJ Light' Meat Grated ___. -

Juan Pat I is. Nancy Kelly Thanksgiving basket was brought. The 17 youngsters enjoyed games sale throughout the day I 6 J..aundrmlp::;
with prizes during; the afternoon 0%. can
-AND- Delicious refreshments were enjoyed and were given favors of plastic f' TUNA 23C OCTAGON7c
by the 21
one baskets of candy and balloons. Legion Auxiliary 1

Riders from Tuscon visitor Hostesses were Mr. E. F. Mrs. Faxon had assisting her.Mra. Will Meet =
Miles, Mrs. Charles Mooney and TuesdayThe I : LIbby'a
-" M. C. Ford. Jr.? Mrs. VolleyStarling ...r..rDial
With Tim Holt Mrs. W. H. Yawn.
i and Mrs. Evelyn Warrenof American Legion Auxiliary

Pint !Serial. and Color 'artoon Lawtey. Post 50: will meet Tuesday Nov '
I Beta Sigma Phi 20, at 8 p.m. in the Legion home. I E JUICE 25C SOAPI3c

Sun.. Alon., Tues. DisplaysVardrobe Former Residents Mrs. I. C. Clark president, asks I reg.
I ,]'Jov. 18-20 that all members be present and /' -

II I I The Beta Sigma Phi sorority Announce MarriageFriends each bring a gift to be sent to the I &t't'l Y; ("f<0ltAS i Perfect Strike Chum .

have on display In Barksdale's de- Veterans Hospital and used as 11b 3ftc'"s
Sierra Passage here will be SOllT 0 .l "U..u can SPRY
gifts from the veterans
partment store window a beautiful to learn of the marriage of Mrs th..lr'l E
doll with a hand made. wardrobe families for Christmas I 9e
\\ltli Wayne Morrl Mary Lee Hancock of Delray I for day time play tim can
date time E
I made by the member. of the sorority. Beach to N. Wainwright. Jr. ot The Fall Conference will be held,I it's
the .
i AI.SO! which will be given away Hallandale which took place last Sunday Nov. IS, In Ocala, and continuous stitched cup that = SILVERDUST

Cartoon and :New Dec. 21. week. Both are former resident members desiring to attend! may! makes Whirlpool Americas most ashed- e ,31c

contact Mrs. Clark. foe bra! illustrated BASIC s.
of Stark and were visitors here Y UTE,

\M Wed., Thur.. Nov. 21, 22 BaptistVM U last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright I cotton rayon nylon, SWEETHEART, bath bart 12c STOR
are now residing In Holly 55th Anniversary I A & P FOOD

King Solomon'sMines The and business meet- wood. i
f program
Ing of the Baptist WMU will be Invitations have.becn received by t 3-Minute Oat, 3 lb. pkg. 37c The Great Atlantic and Pacific. T;:

held Tuesday Nov. 20 at 3 o'clockIn Starke MusicaleThe friends here to the 55th Wedding a- ) E Entire Contents CopyldRh** '

IV TECHNICOLOR the educational building. Anniversary observance of Mr. and I Kretchmer 300 East Call St.

Members are reminded to bring Starke Musicale will hold its Mrs. D. D. Weeks of LaCrosse, Sunday E Wheat Germ 12
With Deborah Kerr anti oz. Jar 31c thr
donations for the Thanksgiving next meeting Tuesday evening at Nov. 18 from 2 to 8 p.m. I Prices in this ad effective

Stewart OrangerPlus baskets for the neeSy. Each circle 7:30: o'clock with Mrs. R. A. Greenin Mrs. Weeks, the former Gertrude : November 21st.

:2 Color Cartoon. & New leave their name on the box at the charge of the program. : Wills was at one time a resident DRESS SHOP j I E: Sta-Flo Starch 23c Wednesday,

". door. AU members are urged to be pre: of Stark.
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\\KMil\INii IJ I N N E R.K.on. By Myrtl T. Drar.. r'imt) Clerk I one. each week for four consecutive. dent. .*. i I. I'likiioMii. .
Brownlee I
Mra Mae Jones of Jacksonville Mr and Mrs H. L. re- 11.\8 4t I.I 71 week In the Bradford County Tl. You .,r' ufiilrid| tn uppenr' tin Difeiiilur "-
spent the early part of the week turned last Friday after vacationing .. Inn $1.75' per plate I I I I ..r. h.I 17, liril: In the M. !",ove, nani'ilCouit .
North.They JHT13| noon to 8 I II I"Hlid thin 14lh lll\. of :November: and "II""*. wherein plaintiff'
weeks In
with her sister. Mrs. W. E. Middle- for three p.m. .MITK. 1'0 'rFl'" I I I 1 .....k. Alruru'. and restoration of
Mrs. In ('Iel nit 4 llrailford CountyF9nr1A.1
and Albert G. Gruna ell of
visited their son-in-law I I .
ton. In ('....... SEAL) A. J Thomaa maiden nmue tlrad ford Coiiniy.
Hollis V. Knight wag In BrooVsvllle daughter. Dr. and Mrs. M. C Black :Mountain N. C was the'' It ocu, 'Hum' riiiintirr.1', v.. Lena c.uiii Clerk of the Circuit Court ;'telegraph I | ,. shall publioh: thin. UnlrrIn
on business Wednesday Stlth In Falls Church Va. and another overnight) guest Tuesday of hl'r' 1..t'nllInl.i i 4'asn No'/ rileollr. Py Myrtle T. Doavr, O"PUICI.rk II 16 /4t 1217 next r iir my weekly hand iNxiieMWltnenH and ..rei, /lal

The E. Winkler home was daughter. Miss Mary Brown- cousin Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. a011Judo1'e % To I.rnu'lit %prnr.llillll. whoHO rt.Hiil,'ni i* seal ni Stnrkx. 1-'lorulx.i .. ,thin November
IW THE NEWS moved Wednesday from Temple lee In Baltimore. Md. Mr. Brown- ) Adkins. IK: 44 Mar I flu ml Road. Pnrtrhu-r, I I.Nrw I. In fire"le (Court' llrniirord. fonntir, 14, Ifl61. +
rlorlilai'' IN 4 hanrerr.llnlh OFFICIAL "WHJAT.: ) A..f Tliomnn,
avenue (to the corner of Center,,, lee Dr. Stith and two sons and a! Mr. and :Mrs R.. J. Davis spent ; Yolk Ann Hnhil. WI>I.II.,. rinlntlff. ( Ax clerk. <..fnld,, I'.+"nit.
and Lake streets behind the party of 17 enjoyed a week's huntIng -, Sunday in Jacksonville visiting I unit You for are Divorce horby bna notified been that filedsgalnst a \ It, rl. Ui.liunlliltnll. l.>efiiuliintIIH nv Myrtle T Dearer. Deputy (ClerkMiirlln .
Green d .
\I! L W. Tucker of I, Mr and Mrs Temple and Lake Service Station. on the Canadian border I II Mr. and Mm R. J. Tatum you in the above namedCourt lf liihlliHII. < Indotlr.No <7XOllriler : J. IVail2:\\ n".oIl.h.I. dmillilliik
r and and are requlrvd ln. k..n' ills Kl.?i iditt <
cause yell <
are spending a ; family of Brookrr were the Sun- Si-amprnfe sirululu( rut Slip I irtrookton Maine) while :MrsBrownlee. Mr and M'lIard\ Pass and of "Iii \1.| |>enri tnle ur FI.O1IIt I"Ifl
to answer ,
nerve a.
copy your .
in i l' 17
MI, and Mrs. H. E. day guest of11':: and Mrs. Joe SI: OH) at 1,1-ila'. Mrs. Stllh and Miss! son. Gene of Tallahassee spent the or pirading! to the rnitiptnlnton 11. t :,. lllMt. \\ll1.l" t\hoK I.-I I- \ fn i l'ir I 11 I 41

( Napilo of Jacksonville.Mrs. I Attending the District' 2: meetIng Biownlee saw the sights in New 1 weekend with Mrs Pa s' parent. felcten,, the, NeMen I'lalntlfr'n.. lUilMlnir Attorney, DnytonnReach. Ray.

M I Charley E. JohnsI'nd James A Griffin attended ot St. Mnik's Auxiliary In St. York CityItavn Mr.* and Mrs. L. D Green Florida and file the

,"', Miami-Florida foot- a tea Wednesday of last week at Augustine Tuesday of last week 1: Toppers $S.05 at Ivriln'x.. I Mra J. R Chasteen Jr. and nrtitlnal In the nfflr of the Clerk Just arrived .
L .. Saturday. the home of Mrs. Mark I I 1 Richard Jackson Mrs. H. L. Brownlee were in of the Circuit Court on or befor.
'It Miami Lance in were Mrs. R. J. Davis Mrs. Kd-: ,, Mr and Mrs. thH 17th day of lieicinlni, IDil;
,, Mi Lonnie Sullivan St. Augustine ward Burns and Mrs. Herbert and children of East Orange, N. J. i Gainenville on business Tuesday. otherwise. the allegation of said'
\\lid,it t8.Ia' spent the week- Major and Mrs W. W I.amar of Thomas Attending the District 31 I: will arrive this weekend for a t..n'' Mr. and Mrs.. \Edward': Gross of ("omfilalnt by will b. taken ... confessed Large Selection ofWADSWORTH

jir Sullivan returned to Camp Blanding are moving this meeting In Live Oak the next day ,; day visit with Mr. Jackson's mothr Jacksonville were Sunday evening Thin notice you.. shall. ba published

Sui iay while :Mrs. Sul- week to 235 Ravine St. Jackson i were Mrs. Edward Burns Mra 'i ..r. Mrs. Carl Jackson dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. (flee each week for four eoimrutlveweeks
here and con- ville. Major Lamar I Is retiring' I I had Maxine Carter. 'In the Itrailford County Tl. WATCHESJelleI.Um'eme"ts
11 "iraln .1 Lemuel Colaon. Mrs. R. J. Davis Mr. and Mrs. R O. Danaby grnph
,rking In Koch's drug from his job at the State Maintenance Mrs. Herbert Thomas Mrs. Al K 'l as guests over the weekend Pvt. William E. <(< Buddy) Faxon of l
shop at Blanding to go Into Carlisle Mrs. Quattalenm Mrs. Leon DanKbv and Pvt. Ragene Florida-Southern was home for 1951.
: (KKIC1AI SRAt.) A. :J. Thomas'
., i tI! attending: the business for himself an a Gulf I Paul Lenman Miss Clara Lc>mail ''Burkett of Fort Jackson S C., I the weekend with Ills mother. Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit Court

a football game Sat- oil dealer In Jacksonville the first i I and Mrs Mattie Galiagan. I Mr and Mrs Rex Dansby and W D. \Faxon., Dy :Myrtl T. Denver, ., Deputy Clerk Subsidiary of The Elgin Watch Co.
Ic; rg: II 1441 U 70'rlr.1 "
Irt the Lex Greens theo of December 1 Mrs W T. Moncrlef of Greenwood I family of Hahira Ga. and B. S'I Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green' had

uln. the O. J. McGrlffs.I I Sue Duncan of Gainesville spent [ visited Mr. and Mrs T A I I I Dansby of Orlando. as their guests last week LloydDees .; Tr APPR HIII

Leslie! BigiW/ and the Guy I.I the weekend with her cousin, Margaret Yawn Thursday of last week. |j Friends of Jerry Lawson who of Raleigh N. C? Mra. Irene I Florida. f Ireulr In (4?..Hneery.l.iilhvi art. Bradford. foMnlr, For Teen Age or Adults

Rose Duncan. 1: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hazen and would like to correrpond with him Johns of Green. One Springs Mrs' .. Drrrlk. I.nuter. IMfilntirr. x..
daughter Carol of Jacksonville may do so by writing: Pvt \KwelllLawHon C. D Williams Mm D. J. Clark i'1dlth \\ Ailiork '."M"" '. ]1..r..I"1
1 '
| were overnight guests Saturday ,I Jr., Squadron 3715: Flight and Mrs. J. F Hunt all of Tampa. Kette* T** %.ppene, ( ''M'' No sal PRICED 19.75 to 33.75 I

j jof Mr. and, Mrs. Guy Amliews. :| 2I35: Lackland" Air Force Base Mrs. Green and guest have been To ,illth W Ail...mk 1..l.r',
W hose reHldtinreunit nttilltiN. I. < iMi
visiting their brother L. B. Dee
P Mr. and Mrs Adam Green Mrs. San Antonio, Texas. : .. f.ul her ',,'.I..r. ('Ito, out h Ca
I Don Page and Mr. aiM Mis. A. F.I I Mrs. Emma: Cailton of Jacksonville of Mnvo who Is seriously III in the rolina.Von. SKK THEM IN OUR

Saul vtHlted Mrs W M Wlniber- was the guest from Fridayto Alachua General Hospital. I I are hereby. notified. ttint .a
I for Divorce flleitARralnet
of her other and Bis- TH \\Ksnl\: \O l> INN K: K, milt tin been
ly In St. Vincent's Hospital last Monday you In the above nnnieil JEWELRY
Dedicated To Community Service Sunday. ter-ln-lttw. Judge and Mrs A. Z.Adktn Ke)Mone. Inn $1.7I'r' : plulc. Court and rnuii and you .are required GEM
"Mot lea Are Better Than E\er" I I s.'rI:! noon to 8 p.m. to serve a ropy of your answer -
Mr. and Mrs W H. Nollman or pleading' to the complaint
and their houseguest, Mrs. \Eleanor': I Mrs Glen Duke and daughter, Mini Ruth Edwards: nurse. at St on the PlalntlffH' Attorney T. Frank Sturke, Fla.
NoN. 17 ONLY Tues., Wed Nov 20, 21 have been Luke. Hospital Jacksonville and t.nnilrum Htnrk.. Florida. and file'
Marchan of
h FEATURE of Brunswick Ga. will Terry Dea the orlvlnnl. In the offlr of the Only Authori/fd Dist: for Wad-worth WatchesSeaboard
BIK spend the weekend In Sebilng visiting Mr. and :Mrs J. W. Andrew Curtis Edwards: U. of F. were Clerk of the cirrult' Court on or befon .

r.EXAUEKs Mr and Mis.\ Charlie Parker;' the past two weeks home for the weekend with their the ITIli day! nf !11... "inbvi, 11'1.I IotberwlHe Watch Inpector
I the nlloirntliinii. of ARid railway
Mr. ,
parents and Mrs. Guy lid-:
of' had
were guests over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell Complnlnt will b* taken A. rnnfei -
jKOKO Mr and Mis J. C Wynn in Jack J as their weekend guests Mrs. wards .e'>d I bv youThin .
Mrs. notice nhnll b* pulillnheil,
Adolph Gay and daughters.Pauline .
sonville. The Packers mother Mrs B E. Bennett
attendedthe Si-well's .
and Geraldine, will spend A.AAAAAAaaAAaaLAAaaAaAaaaaaaaasaAAaaaaaaaa&A..aaaaaaaa"aAa aI ............
football name and circuit on Mr. and Mrs \11. E. Bennett

Saturday while in Jacksonville. I lr. and son, Mr. and Mr. J. the weekend with Mrs. Gladys

J. R Wainwright Titus Olson H Williams\ and daughter and Mr. Cook In Ja('ksnnvllle.

Maurice Edwards Jr and L. L. '' ami" :Mrs. George Jones all of, :Miss: Mamie Anderson and Mrs

Johns of New River attended! theCattlf.'man's + Marlanna Pauline Stone of Archer were I

Association meeting) Mr. and Mrs Don Champion of weekend gust: of Mr. and Mrs. E.

In Clewiston from Tuesday to Claxton. Ga. spent the weekend M. Davis.

Thursday.Mr i with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion. Miss Joann Dinkins of, U. of F.

and Mrs. Harold Gray visited Albert Hartmann left Monday fora was home fir the weekend with

.. AND -!: tT ?; Mr. Gray's mother Mrs. Viola I tendaylslt in Rockford. Ill Dlnkins.her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. F.

Gray In Tupelo Ark. last week. with his mother, Mrs. J. B. Hart-
\ One rack of Fall DrrxMeH. .
t her 9(1!! ( toItio
0.aCeaTE0.S' Mr and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. maim who will be celebrating .
a I I
Ht I eIla'e.Mrs.
.. .
Jr. 19
and daughter, Jan, of Bethle- 83rd birthday on November
.aehlnkinq a.etinel hem. Pa. will arrive Monday for a Mr, Hartmann will\ also visit oth..rrl'lativl's Ada Alexander Miss Wilma -

two week's visit with the E. K. I In Illinois before returning Alexander and Mrs. Sam Anderson -

Plus "Ruinmaki-rit" 'artoon and Perrymans Sr.Imported He was accompanied by :Mr: visited Mrs. :M L. Maynard I .I

IVENUE l.atl'"t Uorjd 1'10"\\4' Holland tmlbx giantDarwin ,I and Mrs: Albert Taylor who will In A la'huo'echlt'.day of lastwe..k.

I Tu II II". 1I .8t'I"lh..,. l&u,11 I v.1 ri t ..1 a.Iu_. in ( hlcego. )I I
I C'roniH at HISTIM'.Mi'S. I Dr: Seymour Marco; and Bill Mrs. Mary \Dally and daughtersand

Mrs Bill to Miami Saturday Miss Thelma Green moved 1i'H
Powell had as lunch- Fcruggs will\ fly
eon guests at her home on Kings- to attend the Florida-Miami Into the Klncaid downstairs apart

ley Lake Wednesday: Mrs. N. S.! football game. They will return ment on N. Walnut street on Tues- '
Thur. Fri. !Nov.: 22, 23
llMUf Dankel Mrs Carl Hunter, Mrs '; Sunday day.Lt. I
Hugh Gleanon, of Pan-In Is <
fritip M. H. Shepherd Mrs Albert Lee ;, Mrs F H. Long had as guests
land. S. C the of :Miss _
Mrs. W W. Caines and Mrs. J. M. during the weekend Mr. and Mrs. guest Mr1
II.ippy Porky" Cartoon ''Ci MaM7.yt a7PwY. Vickers Richard Thede and son Ricky and Sue BlRgs over the weekend The

\\Iiin. Nov. 18, 19 v Mr. and Mrs. C, H. Nasworthy'spent Mr. and Mrs. William N. Long couple attended the Kappa sig
dance In Jacksonville
Friday eve-
Sunday In Brunswick Ga. j and daughter Mary Dena of E
ning and the football Sat-
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. O Denver I Gainesville.Imported. game

T Frank Landrum was in Newj] Holland. both giant urday.
York City on business last week Darwin Tnlipti. 1I'aC'llllh., and Imported| Holland bulbs,. giant

and also attended the Jack Benny ,, Crwim at St4TR'NK'S.Mrs Darwin TullMt, llviulnltiN, ami

1 rl r , A delightful neighborhood
at of
night the Waldolf Astoria daughter Linda Sue formerly
.(, try was. enjoyed, Thursday eveningof
Hotel. returned to
JANET iiIGH' Also "Once Upon A Khjme" 11. I' Daytona Beach have last week In the Adolph Gay
Kay par Duncan Billy Cressler' j Starke and arc living In the Hart-
frill \ffalrM" Cartoon and and Marcus Brown, students at yard with 44 neighbors participating
Cartoon : Mrs. Gallo
\ER9 Emory: at Oxford will Be" homefor ', mann Apartments. I
way Is eikplo>'ed as! clerk-steno-; Mrs. Bessie Green of Live Oak I
the Thanksgiving holiday with Gold I Town
their respective parent | giapher with Humphreys and Mrs. Abbie Holrlen of Jacksonville I Toy

Corp. were guests
Mr and Mrs S. R.. Johns
sp..ntl) Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson Jr. Thursday of Mrs. Wesley Andrews.,
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs
''M j and son James of Panama City, Miss Sara Barefoot of Tallahassee
C. N Christy In Augusta Ga. |
arrived Saturday night the oc- was home for the weekend
Mr and :Mis T. Frank Landrum

a lti BUY lad Rogers as weekend Mrs. W guests P. Rogers Mrs. J.and F. |; casion being of their the 43rd parents wedding Dr and anniversary P.with M.her Barefoot parents, Mr. and Mra. AND BETTER THAN EVER THIS YEAR!

Mrs Lemuel. Cfdson. They then Mrs. J. W. Kincald had as overnight
Mrs. Ouida Bloc'ker of Jacksonvilleand '
\ Mrs. G. T. Knowles of Brox- I went to Orange faik to call on guest Thursday of last

THISGIFT ton. Ga Mr. and Mrs. William Colson and week Mr. and, Mrs Hugh Moore
TII INKNIVING!\ I) INS K ItI! family and found them planningto
Mrs. O. L, Beasley Mrs. Caul
Kcjxioiie Inn $1.75 plate. come to Starke that evening
1"1'| Mrs L. D. and hire,
Knight, Vining !
!Served 13 noun to K p.m. ,! They all returned.. to Starke Sun- :
K. G. Duncan were In Jackson
Mra N S. Dankel Mrs. Bill day .evening making a pleasantvisit
ville on business and pleasure
9.I Powell and Mrs. J. M. Vickers I for the families of both sons, Tuesday.Mrs USE OUR LAYAWAY PLANAnd
and daughter Janice Monday "
spent | returning home Monday evening J. H. Fields had as recent
in Jacksonville.! \ | Mrs. pearl Colson Is In Tampa quests her sisters-in-law Mrs W
Mrt. Shaller attended the
Peggy with her husband who recently M. Haight and Mrs. Grace Pierce
circus in JackxonvUla Saturday. I underwent a brain operation. and son Vernon of Jacksonville. Don't Get Shut Out On Our LOW PRICES!
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown of]
Mrs. Mary Stafford celebratedher Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Shull Jr of
.I Richmond. Va. were guests here i 80th birthday anniversary Sat. Atlanta. Ga. accompanied by Mr

last week visiting Mr. Brown's sister -j urday Nov. 10, at the home of and Mrs. E. T. Shull Sr.. pent JACKSONVILLE PRICES NowatKoch'sDrugStoreCome
LJI GENUINE Mrs. A. P Martin and Mrs !I
her son, Howard. Her many Saturday and Sunday in Tampa
Brown's parents. Mr. and Mrs. I i
I friends surprised her with useful and St. Petersburg.Rev 4
Mike McRae and other relatives.
W -
"CELINA"PORTABLE Refreshments were servedand and Mrs. J Kaufman
Mr and Mrs. E. F. Miles attended gIfts.

the funeral Thursday of Mri a pleasant! time had by all. Mrs.Hoover R. S.Mrs.Fernandez Ada Alexander Mrs Frank and In And Ask For Toy town Circulars And See For

Miles' father A I. Brown ofj I Mrs. Frank C. Hollmgsworth Miss Wilma Alexander visited Mrs ?
Warner Robbins, Ga. who passed I honored her daughter( Penny witha
M. L Maynard In Alachua Sun-
on suddenly Tuesday. |I theatre party Thursday November -
TWIN Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin attended I 8 at 3 o'clock. The guests assembled Yourself These LOW PRICES !

1 the circus in Jacksonville i at the home where de-

Saturday. |I licious refreshment. were served I Girl Scout NewsGirl

TUBWHEN THANKSGIVING D I N N K: H.KeCIOee .| after which they attended the E EI

12 Inn noon $1.75 t<> '8 p.m.per| plate.Sertvil movies Miss! Dolores McKnlght, a student I Its regular Scout meeting Troop No last One\Friday, held The Following Are Only A Few Featured Specials I
YOUPURCHASE """ Mrs. H E. Tucker spent last I at Florida-Southern Is home Nov 0. In their meeting room. at

week In the Naval Hospital where this week with an ear Infection. St Mark' rectory The group( I

THIS NEWfASHER she was under observation her recent and fall I IchpC'kup Mrs. Charles Hardy and children practiced carol until singing a few (t'hrUtma j,> Xmas Tags & Seals 5c $1 Ball Point Pens 25c t
following 1 visited Mrs. Hardy's mother, Mrs. their guest speaker

while working at the Naval Base G E. McGauley in Palatka from arrived. I Xmas Wrapping Paper lOc
Mrs. Tucker will remain on Cowboy Brush Sets 59c E
1 Wednesday to Saturday of lastweek. I Miss Clara Leaman a ruentlyrf'turne.1 3
crutches for several more weeks missionary from India
I Xmas Ribbon 10c
W. J. Chandler hostessI I Ties box 98c
Mrs. was Handway gift
eVl'n-1 Mrs. Merrill Struth and, daughter i gave an Interesting talk on the E
to the Canasta club Tuesday custom. of India and an a-
Vlkl, were visiting Mrs Lead Foil Icicles lOc
Ing. musing demonstration of how the 3 Dresser Sets 3.98 E
Rayon Suit' *IS at LPII..'". I Struth's father J H. Tatum In pc. -
Indian bathe their bablei.
women I'
Don Ray Tilley enjoyed the Deland on Monday. -
................ festivities in Jacksonville Satur I I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herlonc; of Miss Leaman also showed the 3 pc. Girls Dresser Sets. 59c
group how to put on a sari and also Clear Crystal I Dishes 9c
day I(I Jacksonville were guest of Or.I -
beautiful Indian
a I
Miss Evelyn Miller of LeesburR :land I Mrs. M. B. Herlong the early costume.very Body Powder 59c .
spent the weekend with Mr. and ; part of the week gypsy I Petal Plate & Bowl
Mrs. Vivian Harley hail consented
St tli* l.gulor filt Mrs. W. B. Sewell. I Miss Sharon Hall and Miss Eli DOLLS priced from 1.29Boys'
Mrs. Edward Hochberger had aa' : to become assistant Scout Each priced 29c ,
'I. I zabeth Crawford of Starke and
r "out A leader to Mrs. Katherine Carlisle
f w fun l-poundtapocity Sunday guests Mr and Mrs. Henry I i Bradford, Locke and John Pierce I I Slack Socks 35c
"' Knust of Cleveland Ohio. and Miss Idell Landrum will llel'\'e BIBLES 2.49 -
*DI'* | e | Green Cove Springs attendedthe j
; Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan spent lof as Junior Assistant. .
t In
... :Mr. and Jack I circus and football game Boxed NYLONS 51.15' 98c
Sunday visiting Mrs. Jacksonville Saturday. "wnrirn inIK APPSS4R I Stationery 59c .'
!iTQ95. | I I rI....!. (.....,. Ilradf.ra Cammtr,

:: :::::;: Hall.Louis Butler several of weeks Jacksonville with his is I of Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs.and Tillman Mr. and S. Hutta Mra.I
spending .
lUitl Kylvla il ''r'. |ir>n>'liint
.a' Tommy Stevens of Gainesville were e,t y G. f:. Itulhs
( )
E. Bulb
cousins Mr. and Mrs. MaxIe Car Cent No 77JM ( !! )
al.r. Lrr Sunday guest of the L. S. Hutto. *. T* 4p. ...lir.T I t
.. I .. whu.. .
ter.Mrs. : IlMxcl MylvlA Mwy r I
Mrs. Shellle Hall, Miss Sharon
A. O. Andreu Mrs. J. W.
r..ld..n and arttrea. !I. 40 rtse
tub .
'for just 1 f mart you get the big double "CHINA" Hagan Miss Hannah Swindell and Hall and Bradford Locke of Green ant UI.IK., Mouth Kurt Mlt.'hell, I

obi', galvanized $t..l -whit enamel Mt.rlor. 70-gallon Mr. and Mrs., S. E. Durand spent Cove Spring spent Monday I In Kentucky.Ton a.. hereby ....lIfl.4 that a ,, Hundreds and Hundreds of Other CHRISTMAS ITEMS I E EDRUGE

tI in each compartment. Thursday of last week fishing at Tampa and St. Petersburg with ult far Divorce has b..n fll..d'1
Cedar Keys. friends. mrmlnat you In the abov. named
FIANCHISID Df All* Court and cause. and :you are r.- -
Maxie Carter and Maxle Carter Mr*. W. 1101. Wlmberly Is expected quired to serve a ropy nt f.>ur all
Jr. visited Mrs. Carter's broth. home the early part of next .w.r or ptn 1ln* to the ''",pl"ln'
GENERAL & | ELECTRIC on lh. plaintiff Alt..rnrv Joe Hill
er, Capt. Curtis Starling. In St. week from St. Vincent's Hospital William and Ma. Ie" Put, h L k'HiilUr. '
Vincent' hospital Monday.Mr. where she underwent a serious Florida and fll the orlBln'
and Mrs. J. A. Christmas operation last Friday. She Is get al I In the offlr of the Clerk "' the KOCH
t'lrrult Court on or hnfor*' the 17th ,
McG and children spent the weekendIn ting along; a* well all can be ex day nt I.r.mber 1Y51 mhi-rwls E

G. J. DEALER Brunswick. Oat visiting Mrs.Christmas' pected.Attending. the all>*atlona r.l .al 1> yla. b* taken a. ronf....d by you STOREYour
Mr. and Mrs.E.
.t\U-r\\OR\ZE st.ar"e parents. the Catholic Deanery Thli notice. ihall be published
> E.. Gunter. Women' meeting In Palatka Tuesday once .aeh wtk ,f*>r friar eon.*eii*

145 I;.. Can St. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal and of last week were Mr*. S. E HT TtBraph.. w..k. In the Bradford County: i Christmas

lIOns and Miss Judy Casey visited Simmons. :Mr*. Paul Keleher Mrs atd this 13th day:' of N" Shopping Headquarters

Mr. and Mr. Lee Ayers in Ocala Mike Cilhooly and Mr. Louise mi J. _
IUPPiC1AT. REAL) A. 'b.r.\\ :
Sunday. I I Dean. Clerk of the Circuit yy .m..m..nm..rn..m.. yy yyyyyyyy... YY ..


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I NOV161951FAC.K

.EGKAPH.Around sT.'RKE. FLORIDA ______ }'RIO.\\", _\ f\II\F.n.;: 16. '
I BRADFORD COUNTY TE1 ____ -- __ \
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: SIX _n __ ___ ___ __ ____ ___________ -------- __ __________ I u. ..._._...__.o __._.o. .._ "__'L .
-- ------- J. L.. airiL-Kiunu" ai-ieu ue .
i-- to Illness UMpuzeu ';11' d.. ,",
,' T, 'IK. \\m for a time a renidi-nt ot Wesberry Griff Is, Richard '
: m i niM, und in the last 10 vear" as clerk, 2 o'clock in ndf:, k
Hi-1' Heights LONGBRANCH and Albert Osteen were In- I
tin ha'<' become the most popular Land our house at '.,
v i I'
I't tll'n.l.I (..n\rnil lun :'I iALVAREZ' h'CIII'R'jt '1 1
i bird in the United Stat'' spectors.
age J j "k Detweilcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. !StricklandAda '; '
.- ItV
Look to us all if MV. Brown, ma'hn : Sidney and Clayton Strickland
and stud or ..
MM t .|John r. Detweiler a .Ii.t' ,
\'" got in on the "ground floorof two of our nephews came by on OF LATTKJlMasonic ( llfll'
Florida University J\\
nt underwent an S\ISTo, f
business and Bradford Goduin from Jacksonville to ;
it new their way
", ,'ek as a delegate for the U. bladder Tenij'! !1. 1 ". '
for gall
homeof 28
( become the n< w Ou "
"ouniy may
operation Starke.
Delta Chi Sunday Si i ,,, ,
F Sigma ,
ParHkeeu that are "the sweet- n'l Nat I"nal I Journalistic Fraternity top.lrolt trouble. The new church building at morning :o a i, ,
cut this Hldo of heaven" and compete fy Jiiffa Burgess Alohr and la getting along fine >,
I for the National Conven Long Branch was dedicated Sun ices 6:30 p m A ,
I with the county' itrawbf-rrv __ ftl"ll.'A to.IC'AD -____ Several are suffering 1 with colds ; ,
Fu.n n........ u turn The delegates will sptnc.abnui :. day Nov. 11.'e understand there Is extended ,
production which Is labeled the around Clay Hill Some are Ger
In the city anc.: large congregation present
four days was
same thing. herein I plan' for < lirlel, nuts.to clean When painting chairs tie Fairclotn Jlmmle Long. Jim
I C anil. TlumkKlvliiK.; while In myliiiirt I I..t. each leg on a waxed paper. It will he ken on sight-seeing tour Strickland, Carl Oliver. L. Starlingand Our little Sunday School and'I 'To Rdir't C' \ft

I We can always tell when a new In ... nong "hUh Mill mho, I Ilit 1 will not stick to the leg. When u through some of the automobili Susie Padgett. Training Unions are doing some I flj'JI 01 ;''

r Mlrawberry Benson IM well on the >|M-, d""n thru I haViewing jttrn.. child gets too old to play with his plants and Into Canada. Broward Strick- good work at the present. We % 1IJiI'I
Our nephew
way because Oxide Canon atartaadvertiiIng the bitter way the blocks, glue them together foibookondx. Ileuili of :\Irs. KlniiililMrs Starke is ill with did not have preaching service I
Bradford of very
With Ilolcomb Kerns County for a family to come world is In, Put a strip of felt on Clara Greenley of Klncald, 85. canter land of the bladder. He In in a Sunday night but we did have one c.t&o: 66i

I live on his place and help pick And knowing the hurts and horrors the bottom. They can have them In a HemhlK winter died resident October 25: Keystone and wa Jacksonville hospital for an opera addition to the church. Mrs. Car] I :
men have made their room and aa a souvenir. :
berries. Mrs. Lizzie the church and will ,
mother, Oliver joined
I \Ve lira. T. F. Brown of burled at Niagara Falls on Nov. 4. t tion. His .
paid Mr, C'nson, who Is probably the You say to be so happy seemsa CLAY HILLThey are makinga of Starke Itm't improv-
She I in mother of Mrs. Ivan M Strickland
JIampton a vult the other day to road
this sin. blacktop now thru Clay
In county
leading berry grower .
She suffered a
take a look at her Parakeets. Mr.. has eight acres thin year and sayt I grant you dearest, man is by Hill, I am told. Now with electric rnkopf of Keystone Heights ancWellsboro ing in health. Men Clothing
Pa paralytic stroke five years ago. I tri STORE i
Brown ralaoa them commercially III
they're already ""Ihlte( with bloom"He man betrayed lights soon some can have a wate Established
\ In three large pens in her back. can't flee that the cold last week But grant me, then, the beauty system and a shower'or bath tub Mrs Kincaid, was born April 28, Carson Griffin. was unable to' ._
yard. and, like everything; elac i (which dropped, to an early reason God has wrought, What a wonderful place that wll. :JHf.fl* u Adams, Jefferson County act as clerk of election Nov 6 due Ss .

1 this biialneiu started Bmall but i 1111 low of 31 t degrees last Thursday And Yklilth prevails despite all be now with all the modern things N. Y In 1kfll I she was married t< -

'ij"1 still growing. I I morning did any harm. If we ill and strife I can just see the holly trees, thJ the late William Wallace Kincaid, !!Bm! ---na- -- -w ;

don.t have any more cold right Permit our heaits rej iclng! in stately oaks with their Spanish who died In 10)6 and actively assisted

Boon he'll be picking berries/ before our lot, moss, the gleaming sand of the him In organizing the Spl-

; .. you know It. Of Hun and sky and Ilea and old road. In my heart was alwaysa rella Company of Meadville, Pa in

Mr. Canon reports a 1IJ tie trouble precious life, sang, I loved the coming of the 1001. It was she who first 8ug MOTHER'S LITTLE HELPED

with the troublesome worms that To arise for a time above the birds In fall. I Used to sing as I gented the manufacture of corset

.. ,'.fi killed a lot of plants this section rh."land stress walked down the sand 1 road to thE after the Invention of the Splrell. t
: : this fall by eating out the bud. but And sing In silence from an Inward school house. My heart was young stay. She saw this company gro :

says that one application of dusl psalter. and gay I liked lo grade the chil to Include the largest American
.1 Beloved each hour of human dren'v papers to make their plant at Niagara Falls, the one i11
report BIGGES1
got rid of them, and he lost very .eis her
1 few. happiness cards. Yes, some day I wantto across the river in Ontario, Canada .

Is a grateful candle lighted on come bark and have a reunion the Brltl.sli plant In Englandand
All In all, he's looking forward
heavens altar. for and with my children and old also a German Swedish, and help in
to another successful and t'edrtc
season, '
.jcorgle Starback Galbraith neighbors. God bless them all ana Danish plant. TvpUoHome t \
of his \
says some plants are among
FI 'rltla., Mrs. Kincaid
I was well known for
the finest ho's ever had. I Thth-
I have an her many philantroplc and educa- Services
k. C We hear people say "How can engraved Invitation I
the from, Huldah Morgan of Jackson tional Interests. She was vitally
Uncle one be happy and serene when gJI
Was mighty nice to see ville to Interested /
a buffet in her husband's
with In many
world Is In such a condition supper honoi
Tob> Norman back the Itr'etsIUllt
on of ,
: our boys dying In Korea?" This Is Senator Charley E. Johns. I public spirited activities, including
Saturday lies been laid up for wish! I the
rould: erection of the
the way I look at If: Do all you fly down there for the Hotel Niagara
several months, and we've mlsscc event, but I Falls the establishment of
the Old
We must must
can do as an Individual. I stay and take
1\\ his usual Saturday visits to town write to the boya, send them care of business Fort Niagara at Youngstown, N. 1ypttO\\ Home HectrU
She sold they bought a few Uncle Tobe still hasn't quite regained Here are some Christmas Y., and,! others, t-
things, and trust In our government Cook-
. '.I plrda a year or so ago and junt his strength yet* but looks officials. Most of them are ies. I plan to make: Her Hummer home was In 5entteS !!9WJ

: tad them In a small pen, for peU, like he', well on the road to re trying their best to do the right TOFFE BARS- Mix: together Youngstown, N. Y., and her winter 0", 'f.tW'tvQL4Aw4

, 1 )lore than anything: clue. IIowrver covery. thing. I know we are all on the 1 cup butter, 1 cup brown sugar, 1 home on Lake Geneva at Keystone dW.!

they raised a few young Lord's side and He will bring UF egg beaten, 2 cups flour and 1 tsp. Heights Since the death of her

'ine. and found that there was a Those of un who think we have thru. So I say "Whoopee! Why salt Press this mixture In a cookIe I husband Mrs. Kincaid had spent C&e

,heady market for about all that our hands full with two or three worry?" It was a grand day out pan with sides Melt 1-2 lb. ol her time at Youngstown or in her

,hey could produce. At that time, children' should take a back seat the world I. still full of beauty sweet German chocolate ana i Florida home, or visiting her vJ

hough, they were selling: them to and quit complaining. We haven and there are HO many things tc spread over the top, of "rst! mix daughter, Mrs. Bernkopf at Wells- \'Iu.--'
;oiks around the county who had ture In the boro, Pa.HapilHt .
done a thing to brag about. be thankful for In our lives. The pan. Press 1 cup of pe -
eard of the Brown and came to Ijalur- .
t can meats Into ('hurt.., A'olenAt
[ day, a week or so ago, when Sill fact that God lets us live from dayto this down to thE
,( )lee them.
trunk's was having Its open house day, gives zest to my every Bake In slow oven 375: de. the monthly business meetIng -
. | A while back the demand be- they gave a prize for the lady In thought and action. Every morn grees for 20 mitt Very good. Nov. T, J, P. Sullivan Sunday

, I 'ame greater than the ;jupply, so the audience who had the most Ing, I sing "Zlppety-do-dtt- Digger I U happy and well these School Superintendent" announcedhis

\ ( rs. Brown went to Jacksonville children. And who do you think Zlppety Day." That gives me agood days. Don had an ambulance call plans for an enlargement program 1L
J i ind bought some more breeding start. Then at breakfast that went to Omaha He asked the cooperation
won? None other than Mr.. Leah yesterday
1. $lrcln. They were bought too late Nettles of Crosby Lake, who has e when I say the thanks I say Surh a lovely clay here. I hope of each officer and teacher explaining 'rLP.tLcL
:to produce this year, but she's Dear Lord we thank Thee for another you all had a happy Thanksgiving. that if the church is to
total of 15. She :
, i il ?planning; on really having* them grand says they're"all day and every blessing Now we can fix for Christmas. :1 I have a standard Sunday School It :
scattered around now", and I
: text spring- Parakeets are pecul- Take us thru the day and keep us am getting some new decorations will take vIsion. study.. right
that can't be lr>terbredJimong maybe Its a good thing because I
Itar they In Jemis name Amen. Then I eat already have the Christmas methods, and work. Recent improvements E:2I
few of could afford to feed
; their families. For this very us spirt.
own It Is the In the class rooms Include "'f
my toast and egg. Don Is across birthday of oui oRi
that hungry mouths In these
the females muRt be en- Saviour.
eason the table. We do not have to say a I Let us be glad and Joyful the Installation of an ol
I :,iroly unrelated to the males to days of high priced groceries. lot, We are Just happy being to. It came upon the midnight clear heating unit, and a redecoratec tuM4tAtfl
. I good strong birds.I C C C That
, produce gether. joyous song of ojd nursery.
', I Mrs. Brown said she haj a IItand'I -[ Our tip of the week award goesto I have my'turkey ordered for And angels bending near the Training Union Director Tomm> l =

''I ng offer from a Jacksonville pet Mrs. D. W. Moore who told us Thanksgiving, and getting/ thingsIn. earth Dasher conducted a study course

I hop to buy aa many birds a. the about Mrs. Brown and her Parakeet Have my olives and plenty 01( To touch' the harps of gold. at the church during the week o W4 jJJ.1A.J
: farm Thank Mr... That is my favorite Nov. 4 with the following teachers
: \ frill release to them. The. demand pickles from my own canning. For song. Heaven :
: k>r' Parakeets U Increasing, It Mqore, and we're adding three dinner today I am having fresh begins here on earth, when one Rev. Fred D. Gant, adults; W '

months to your present subscrip side pork, hominy, sauer kraut I has love of God and fellow man in Pixler, intermediates: Bill Wolf. 6tl.f" '
tion. You other folks better follow and with cheese. r like to our hearts Juniors. f
apple pie
. ti Symptoms Dlstres*Arlslno from the Mrs. Moore God bless 1/ CQottLa'P1'-t'
example set by plan meals when I have so many you all. The monthly meeting of the Executive .

.i STOMACH ULCERS and "get Into the act" yourself. I things stored for the winter. 1 LOVE- LURA Committee of the WMU

\DUE TO EXCESS ACID i Just lIt'ndIS a penny post card have been making Christmas presents was held at the home of Mrs. E. T. v
. I telling: ni who is doing what and uat1*
I both little Davis
sent sisters
my a on Thursday Nov. 8. After .
;;QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST where we may find them for a magazine called, "Kitchen Keystone the business session, a delicious .

,1". . I three month's subscription to the Klatter" printed by a family ,ii'r ( Heishts.Slipper luncheon was served.. by the hostess furthermore,RcJJy Kilowatt's average hourly p&eV ...

I Telegraph. Or If you're In town, Shenandoah Ia: I hope they en The Christmas program will\ beheld wage for helping with homework is just about half
l 0ver ,.... .. office and leave iliL
> four the
million bottle of tho W just drop by
*n It I do. i In
,TNBATUHNT liitva |HH,II 0010.l for "II..r of joy as much as Kieiit' I'lmmeil the church on Friday, Dec. what it was when his Company started in business 'I'K
!iympN>m4nf frum ftt...._.. the tip You can't lose either way. 21, at 7:30 o'clock.
liilnf( The :
incl Du..d.n.l Ulc.r. :t- Dl|..tien, Sour nr u..s .(....-... glue In sawdust to make a filler will bo in charge of the hot dish Date of the Vacation Bible Scho..1has work, building new stringing new 1 O(
I -
ba 4n*-*. r1lH rfl. !..!!...**.**, .t.., f'owerJlants
I I > for holes and cracks that need supper which t
: : the been set for the week .
I ; to Cic *. Acid. Auk for 'WII.d. will hold following lines..so he can lo chores for more fQ... tt".
......."whl. .<..li riIlye1l, ) ,,1...thIareuk.Ie Midget IVncll Sharpeners.. Ideal filling. Glue bright colored oil clothto on Friday, Nov. 16, In the club the close of the public school. and more people! in fast-growing Florida! I
: bum trvkbinuntrKOCH a. for home "'.... Only .l.8.V-Urud- the Inside of the lunch pall house Mrs. C. J. Baxtedo and -Lillian B. Mann

" t'I" IKUU 8TOHK': ford County Ivlcgraph. keeps it from rusting ant} In easier Mrs. Al Watson are the committee Publicity Chairman I
in charge of .
,'\ arrangements.: There .
Mrs. J. J. Brasington Jr of Mobile -tiib.e
will ba
a program with three guest Ala. visited Mrs. Edith Ride-

,: Jose speakers: Alberto Roflllo, of Cuba, nouc, last week. Together with {:iS FLORIDA_ POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

LITTLE OR NO MONEY DOWN\ mando Taredof Montana of of Panama Columbia., and Ar- Mrs. J. J. Braalnffton. Sr. and Mrgi (8)

)"r.\ Meeting Planned Ridenour, a day was enjoyed iiFernandina >
as guests of Col ana -
The PTA will hold its next meet -. .
Mrs. R. H. McBride.
ing Nov. 20 at 3 p.m. In the school)
house. The theme
will be "Supervised

t REGARDLESS OF MAKE OR CONDITION charge Recreation"of Mrs. Libby with program Campbell.in !

Mrs. Siprelle president, attendedthe 0 OLDSMOBILE E H HYDRAMATICFIRST D R J I t

:,v''s:- :. "... .... + 4" .1. .... ._ Jacksonville.State, ,Convention this week in

\\iinian'N (luh KttMil; *

The bake sale held by the Wo,

during our club about man's Wishes$12 Club to last the Saturday treasury added The ."F TWELVE YEARS AGO... S T ILL FIRST TODAY !

to thank those who

donated baked good>l.

1- f; Posters are up announcing the

OLD) BANGm Concert the Club Is sponsoring on .
Nov. 29. Don't forget to save I'

that date. ,_n -
\ Death fit )'. T. O'c'lI L

y :BOUNJeU Paul T. Cecil died at his home on

.. Brooklyn Lake on Nov :3. He was

born In Canada and moved to Rochester -

,. N, Y. where he was employed
I ., \.' by the Eastman Kodak Co I.
\ .
?y ..
.' 10., "', \" : < c.,.'''' He retired a short time ago am

\ .I' : '. made his home In Keystom! I

-- -0 Heights. He was burled in Green

y" <'1))' Cove Springs. His granddaughter" _

I beautiful Magic .htol tat tang 1 Is ipeclaUy'F: Mrs. L. I.. Lee. nM of lo'ort'orth

,- This Old Range Round-Up It yjbnnf .-. .. .- .. .. '
/ priced during our long-tatting' i idependability. d-, ', :,..
you top performance pint :
.It ha to many cxclutiv* features. I
Wheel oven heat tcgolator KEYSTONEJEWELERS
t such at the Red
-the one-piece top burner unit_large fully ;
Out-BroiJer-plul many -
Insulated oven-Swing
cihcrt. See this and thefffaMc Ouf \

specials today
4S8r -

.."v ..... riOVID AND IMPIOVIO
'i Next: to Harvey's Drug Store IS THI PUFICT-f AftTNU rot O1DSMOSIIM FAMOUS "*OCKIfl
.1t ; ;: '1
.' 9 4 % ; Recognized leader of all the" utomntW OUimobiU; HfJra-Matict
'/':' :. .. Over
,, lj 1.200,000 Oldsmobile
c. owner JI*T. tlyillcd to the magio of
..PromptEfficient ,I I I :' \ Xlydrt.Malio driving! And now-teamed with OUumobiie'* great 'A 4'U A&15 dI I'L

NO EXPENSIVE TANKS TO BUY _-==- _=_=_- =_ Courteous I ISerrice .Iiigh-comprauoa. "Rocket" Engine; nyJr -M tlo U even smoother
even moterrepev.! ..
even more rffortlcM to operate! So step
-LOW INSTALLATION COST into your Oldsmobile dealer'* and out W the
.c= __ = = step twlay roost popular
lilII ;: ? :: : l!, l t



Company COURT
0 CALL &
APPLIANCE CO. Hour Daily 9 ".'r. to 8 P.M.Wednesday I -On TM.n! (, ,? SI'\'S With Douglas Edwards; ,, oiir -
s Neon ??.. ??? pOldamoblle-. at c.uney 1
1:30: p.3r. S1a ?,,??.?,, Channel ,.

149 W. CALL ST. ..... 9.U. Dealer
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NOVEMBER ... 1931 ?

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I 1 Baptist Church IIOMECOM1NU: ,'l'SU.T .\V .f.wkll\'lile last weekend. "'.'I Ui <) Newbern. S"l To f wnr. i[I I.\vor or pli-rtdlnir. to tho complaint (." ..
1 unrc naph wnk for four
i I tilt. ) st ,ih.i, Pl.tltitiT, "nMetttl
,\ BKILAH nn'n'uThe II II All"in.-v T Ft "ik
Sherman. Jo. MisS I C i. ckA In tho .
Beverly l.iKdiiini; ,. xi',nt., *. KlorMa and liradfotd County Te l
The "Ordinances of the. Church" Joaiio'ie Douglas of Starkt. and Iwelit Mvrirn TO ;CIl'-ttI I III.i I, .1' iKHml' In tinoffl,." of the (' Brnph' i
will be the Beulah Baptist.. Church: In In flrrule c:...... llmdcord of tli.- i 'ii mi,, i MM, t nn 01. iH'fori' CII"J' i:.Ri'-a this 31 t .t day. of Octob'OPPICtAr '!
megfiage by the Pastor to see Mon, and Dad Johns. Florlilnt. In C h..m.*fF.Aln Cn..t"1 .lid iliiv .r f'.. ,,,,I'r., l 1551 olh.II tO
Rev. Clay County (Highway 21)) will I ,. . ( SRAt.) A.r:
Haines ui4 I > ] Thnnu
at the First Baptist While there it handsome Htiicxn: II 1'''''r. Plalnllfr! \ < ( I a n .r.nl" ( ''
Church hold Its annual Homecoming Services ;, young Mat y Until,, lIr..r. DrrViMantCan : I |ll' Mill,,.' ,111 I I... I (Iti'll MS ""llfl'SS. t'' J CliMk of the Circuit' Coil
Starke. Sunday morning: at sailor drove up. Could not for a .* N. f'XMIco ) By Myrtle T. I>euvor, Deputr dpi
eleven. This Is the at the church on Sunday, Nov. : To Appear.lonrn VhN n iti', .. -lull ho puhllAhed 11/2 4t 111
third minute .
sermon believe my eyes., It was ...... .
In 18. Regular services Sunday mornIng MR"v" tOuCh n. whe .1
the aeries Doctrines Distinctive Joe Lazenby. He surely looks nice .lie 3IS K King-Hi on. Clntilut'. .
to i in the afternoon. Everyone Is N..t.t t h Cnrollnn,
hurch of Christ PENTECOSTAL UOLINES Baptists. With many conflicting I Iog. in the Navy blues. Joe tells me he Vim -
; t with dinner all and Blng- are hereby notified that *
ChURCh I and confusing Ideas about Baptism p.m. l likes the Navy tine and Is now suit for Dlvnroe h". h....n risInst ...1' ,
10th and McMahon 'I Invited.BAYLESS. .
cordially .
famer and you In tb abova
the named
Sunday School Supper this .
10 a.m. message ulnturned In Jacksonville at the Court and ...u.. and you sri ra-
.' -hool- 10 A. M. Morning Service 11 a.m. r will be blessing to all who do Naval Air Station. quired to serve a copy of your" answer i

.. g 11 A. ].t. and 7:30J'S. : | Evening Service 7:30: p.m. not understand the reason and the Had a nice letter from Pfc nn the or rialniirfa nloaillnrr. to Attorneys the complaint, Evan I ,. .

Prayer Meetings Wednosdaj:y/ significance of the two church ordinances HIWAYi\ Tom rule. Cain the other day. Tom- T. Rvana: anJ Nat 1 D Evans Jr. '
and Bible ins law Kxolianff''' IiijIMlna; in-k.:
Meeting Study night 7 41S this
At I
p.m. Saturday nlghl t service the mlo Is In Korea and says It's really ,anviItn., Florida and fits .
J V\ duesday 7:30: P. M. j jHI I 7.43 p.m. adult choir will sing and Mrs. U\ !Mm. O. 1'':. Crosby. i lonesome there. Tommie made I In the office of the riork the orlwin.al of the( (
welcome. I Mona Canova =* l (I'lroult I I t fnurt on or l before t Ihn "<, )
E" -I-!. Gorslra will | "
paatoi I return to be at his home with us a few years ago. ,Iitv OC fleeemher I : nther. I
the organ. nIt)I,'"'' Church News ]I Melvin Nettles of Stacks Is cut will tit,* nlleirntloni Itrt: taken ,* o 1'I'.i r'nmiilit'n, % ,, ,. < w '
as I'onffonwiMl hv
11i'JI} ;' )(: ._INwuw: :: :: .._-.'-.""-'. .:_' -. :_. Sunday evening during the Happy Rev. J.: E LadJ of Jacksonville't I Itlll..d i Mug pulp wood for If. B. Kelly J'hln notlra shall b. puhllnhed Vnn .5.
Hour service at seven-thirty his regular i, I(his week. Sure 1 Is good to be oncft""','"k.l ia. <'h In week the for Pru.lfortl four. cniiaeeiitlvf County 0 .

the evangelistic/ message will be Hnylos Iliway Baptlat Church Sun. i able to see out where he Is thinning T<>liirai t>liniitcil
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. brought by the Pastor with the day morning and night. the pines.Wonder 19A1 this SOth day of Oi-tnix, .

Youth Choir Tho work the church Is I who (0FI"I.-,.\t. SRAT. "
bringing the special on new the cube boy was: ) A. J. \Thoma. I

Lewis I). Haines Pastor music directed by Oeo. Jones. The progressing nicely under the superMOII .'s'or"n'andll./ Crosby at the By Myrtle fl
Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town plano-organ-duo will lead tho congregational \'| of Mr. Sapp of SI ark.... lie, crowning of (tho Football queen H/2 4t H\ -' i ixinri ,
I ;: singing directed by Is a firm class carpenter and does I Friday, night ? .,
PHONES; : Office 231 : 10 'tJ'tt: I
Pastorium 130.Morning the Pastor. The message Sunday lovely Work. He has almost finished I In. <:Irpnlt oiirt. llr.trI S.....I.t,.. I ht.t'k <
__ _rSS .....,,
e I' 1"1 "I In C nnnm.rv.
r evening "Man's the the doors and the
Eternal Soul".
henry r I> \\'. l-lnlnllff vs IVn, !to'
Services "The Ordinances of the Church"Uenng Sunday School meets 9:45: Under windows are all In. It looks r(> I.k. n"-"",. OafnmliinrCue I .

: Services "Man's: Eternal Soul" the supervision ot Dr. \V. M Wood- nice. Everyone Is invited to al// GRAHAM 'I ati'. T.1.1'..... No 8711To I

ham' Jr. with by and look .... rnnrte. ., .
a full staff of teachers at It. It anyone Ity Sire. John McKlnny C rinik 1"I..w.'h. '
SSSSSrflfla..eflerrerrp.trsss-s-ss p re.iinn In* p/o !Mrs ,
:SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M.: 7:30 P.M.: I and officers for all ages. Training real ambitious we would appreciate K,'Iii. 76 nonunion Ct Inriloua TCeaMltnld. C.Iu flurr'l I I Go Greyhound because it's
Unions gather at 0:15: with a day's work..Sympathy South Carolina
(Sunday School 9:15: A.M.: -Training Unions 6:15: P.M.: Mr. J. T. Lawson director. Eteul4MlAgain Leonard McKlnney of Sanford You are hereby notified Hint n

MIP-WEEK:% SERVICE WEDNESDAY, ,7 :30 I P.M.eee : II Mid-week service held regularly we hud bad news In our 'and Miss Louise 'lemons! of Ocala milt' for you Divorce In the ham nliovo l been nnm filednvalnnt <>d 1
C'ourt WaqlbTntwwk
__SJrSrSflSCSS4CSflSSrrSflSflSsseppVISIT Wednesday 7:30: with the message neighborhood when Raymond and''were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. .liilred, to .pr psuan,'" A. ropy nnd you of your are answer rf*

THE CHURCH{ WITH TilE VISITING PASTOR by the Pastor. A special Thanksgiving Louise Crosby received word that John McKitmey. the or Plnlntlffi pleading. t" the coniilnlntnn |
At'nrnnv. tiny Mel.li1
., service to be held this Wednesday her brother. Rev. Clinton Can-a Mrs. Louis Dempsey Is ,'n. Selden riilldlnaDavtonn. : .
. .,' .U .-_. ", : :',' with testimony and praise way had passed away In Kansas visiting ".....h. Klorl.ln and file I ho nrlKlnnl' Mol)be its became of the interesting people
I her sister, Mrs. Alice Herman and 'In the nfflre of the Dork of the CIr '4 .
and thanks service for the whole City Mo.'e all met Uev. Carra- chit Court on or before the 3rd ilnv: (:. i ... you meet when you travel by Greyhound _
way a few I mother Mrs. Roe Reeves In High of Deremher. U((11 I : ntherwUn tlu.alleirntlonfl '-; they're all .
yyyyyYYYYYVYYYYVVYVYyvvvvyvyvvvyyvyyyvYYY'r membership.A years ago when he ""-C I ? f<> friendly! Or perhapi the help-
of me
Audi .
Cninplnlnt" w'||II|
special Invitation Is extendedto visited our church. Ho was a :Springs: this week. be taken n. ..onr..1 hv von -.... fulncsi and courtesy of Greyhound driven i it
NOTICETry I : Presbyterian minister. We extendour Thin notice ahall b.. puhllehedonre the Answer. One thing, sure, it's the frirnJl
Mr. .
all to join In these hours of I and Mrs. Clarence Mellon ... ends week for four conneriittvweek I C. Crfk.>ii4 . worship at the First Baptist church tyrupathy to Louise and her c of Gainesville spent the tiny with In the llradfonl County T.lDnlttd l- '
family In their bereavement. .rnl'h. n Ie CONVENIENT More Express and Limited
Our "Special"! or Starke. I Mrs. Melton's! parents, Mr. and l ast. this 2Sth iCy of Ortotier.OPFICIAr. ...............+ Schedule,
Klu-.li! I More Thru Buses More Service
Mrs Berry Dyal Tuesday. ( SRAI.! ) A..J. Thomas. to More
Methodist ChurchThe What 1 In the world do I see? Clerk of the Circuit Court. Places Than
Sparklers on ever so Mrs. Frank Hines and daughterof Dy Myrtl T. Beaver. D PI> ty Clerk Any Other Travel Way!

THANKSGIVINGTURKEY First Methodist of prominent young many ladles fingers In our Mlcanopy) Is visiting her sister- 11/J 4t 11, 3.T W kt... Rd. Trip On Way

Church of community. Heard in-law OTtf'F; TO ,iri>M 'n, '.' Gainesville __ __ 1.00 .55
Starke Invites you to the Thanksgiving that Misses Mrs. Perry Starling In rirriilt Cnort* Mrndforil Ctinnlr, Y-.. UIO1 -- _
/ Sunday Frances Crosby Marlene Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Waidln of .1..1". In C.hnt......... 1W\ofI. l.akeClty _.-______ 1.BS; .90
Service on Ruth .
I Gwen McRae and Mary Lou Alvarez I I'lulntlff vir Rtanletr Miami ._ __ 13.90) 7.75
l.lrhten. _
DINNERSERVED Sunday, Nov. 18. at 11 o'clock. Jacksonville visited Mr. \Wasdln' Ilrfoiidi-nt. Cnne Nf). 876Int. I
.. C. ".,....d b ,
Tr <
I are all them. Appear.To aM
sporting Don't
Special music will be furnished : I'\lanl..v' I.lrhten. whoae Ocalii _. .. _.__ ____-_ 2.55 1.12
know parents. Mr and Mrs. H. M.Vas- reF ,.sr..II.sA..r/cl/
ty: the Senior and Children's Choirs who the lucky guys ore or d",,,'" and addre. I.s: t'nk nn"'n Tampa ..... -__ __ (0.10) 3.55
when the events will be, but din Monday. I You Are hereby notlfliil t Unit at .,long hinovf HIGHWAY!
and the pastor, Rev. Thomas U.Mitchell. surehnpe milt t for Plvitrt lss, heeti filet St. AURUStint- ___ -_. 2.20: 1.20(
3 I can attend some of them because Mr. and Mrs. Victor Willis aainh.t yoU In the ..h"v" nn..1.
will preach on the subject I love beautiful of (',,"rt a.l' entice. n.i.h )On" fCC, reiIni.t Huytonu ___ __ ___ 4.35: ; 2.10

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21st. "A Thankful Heart" weddings. Nichols visited Mr. Willis' parents, :i., n.' 10 1.1.\ln..n serve\ a ('nl'Y Ih" .f your Itos'er MarinnnaFort : _._ __.. __ 8.05; 1.15
3 The Church School begins at9:4.'J Hear Tullle and Louise Norman Mr. and Mrs. L, C. Willis, last ,Nt t he Plnlnllrr'In,',,,,,,n"'Ilnl"t'I', I'nnk, "ii (j Wk- Myers 11.10) 6.15
entertained members of their Train. I f..nlrll"n. "'Inrk... ,I" iorii, nn.1. file : ... mooo
\VITII ALL THE : with a Sunday School Class ing Union class with week. t he. "rla-llI..t. In t It. nffl... of the "I"'knf ; Atlanta. ('a.Wuycross ___ _" 12.35 6.S1U0ft .-)
for a delicious 'h. Clrn"l.I I ('nu,', .
and every age group. The Senior supper Tuesday night at their Charles Frazier of Miami spent tnt dnv of To..r.on, i'i'1951 lntnre I : oth.h.... .I II\IU 1 Cla.: .. 5.25; 2.90(
Intermediate Methodist WIse the. ,,,
Youth all.'lo" nr ,
"hI C'Ciatsit "
TRIMMINGS Fellowships meet at 6:30: p.m. home. Had chicken and alt the last weekend with his parents, Mr. I will be lak" a. '.nnCn..1 l h- I C. Grtylwviid. b. anI Plus U. S. TalC
plus DESSERTAll trimmings. Too bad I wasn't I In and Mrs. Charles Frazier r.tnThin
The Youth Choir will notloe shall he puhtlMhedonce I IlIIe. I* r.loal" .. _'.
sing at his
class cause I Bus Station
sure like chicken. A each week fnr four oonttepiiHveweek Greyhound
large crowd attended( the
the Sunday evening Service which Bap- In the Ilradford' County Telitar ,- rl4'a' SUPERCOACH
begins at 7:30: p.m. The pastor! IVrMonul Ifrm list meeting Sunday nlllht.Ve .nh.tiiiterl. Temple A\c. Stnrke, Fla.
You Can thin Slut Eat
i will preach on the subject "Whatis Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. have church every Sunday. I9MtOFFXCIAT.' It
William Crosby SEAt.A.. .1 ThomnH, PHONE' 117JG
Saturday night
expected of a Christian. Following hum Watson Is Clerk of the Clrrult
home Court
PRICE $1.25AT theeventng service there were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bralller again ny Myrtle T. Beaver. 1"1"1'111. clerk i: ::1
will be a Fellowship Hour for all and sons, Gary and Sam and Mrs. I after a few monlhs tour. 1t/2 4t It/2.1 '.5

Young People In the recreation hall Vera Alston of Lake Butler. I Mrs. Stcllta Coleman and Mrs "01'r.1. Its U".J CVI II
THEBRADFORD 3 In Clrpnlf < ,... <. '.. ,.. -
r llrnilforil (
I Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Ladd wereinner J. E. Kcene of Palatka visited MrsColeman' .. lnrliln, In Chancery I Go Gr. ... A It.f I IIUII.
i t At 'The d guests of Mr. and Mrs. IIICeily Idilph i M.: "".....". i-lnlntirr, v.. TJn 4fi/1J9
Tabernacle granddaughter Irene
I .
HOUSE i I B. Saturday.Mrs. Tiitilllla DiiAton. PefonitAntCu.e It'.... !
No 1154ntle.
Ratllff Thursday.
j Saturday night the young Barney Kggers and children Leon has \ -. the To Appear.To Tonlllu$ DiiAtnn, whoereolilonoe ;Iit I_
Wynn work
begun at
112 S. Cherry St. Mrs. W. C. McCordAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AA.4AAAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAAAAA&A1 i :I people as well as adults at theTabernacle of Jacksonville spent part of last the "".1 AiMrei,. (I": Oonerul.
shipyard In Jacksonville. He I Uollvery ta.nver, ColorAilo
enjoyed an Illustrated week with her parents Mr. and Von are hereby notified that a
-- ... h. Bible lesson drawn by Rev. W. ACross I Mrs. T. N. Norman. commutes- with Eugene Garner nit for PI."r" him. l,.*en fll.. I F'lake'atson and Perry Starling you In the ahoy nauiott R E Y H O U N DNEW -
of Jackson Mlsd. Mr. Cross Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Court and rnttae and you" are, ri
is an Hatslop, are enjoying a gool old hog quired to Aervi* a ritnv of Voiu iso _
I evangelist and chalk artist. Mrs. W. C. Ward and Mrs. Tiny I killing this week.

Sunday morning the Lovell and daughter, Margaret '5. .
lion heard a stirring Ann were visiting relatives In John McKinney and Ervin Dyalare 5 55I ", ,I

the Sponsor of the congrega'i Tampa over the weekend. on jury duly this week. tnsi.frd3zesfr '

I the evils of the day, many Little Judy and Kay Halslop NO'I'U"i.) h = ,

I I are participated In by so-called have been confined to their home Notlr-A .IA hernliy given thAt theundArIItned
I Christians. with l .IA "n..aK..d 'In Ii.ifl.ss ... ..
measles. Their mother said .und.-r the fli-tlllouf mm,. nf Chris __ $ }
I II The evening hour was devoted. they were real sick but are better J.: Nwharn Htmllo: Stnrk IlrAilfordCounty. :
Florida Ami to
to sermon on the Second coming now.Saw register. .Ald' rli-tlllou' !" name In lh.
I of Christ and the Foolish VirginsAn Bute Crosby home from office' nf Clerk nf th.> Clre-ult Court
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I I was another crayon drawing by .- . ,-- !
Mr. Cross; the Church lathe Wildwoods -

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T. L. Lee ClearedOf j 11'tca,, hulls Illa11llI I McCarlhf/ism) Is No Good No Danger Of This Going To The Butcher firm' n ---

I| For Healer Blaze I.I I In Melii riam I Says A. J. Thomas Jr. __ ___ ___.._ ___ ...._....- 1 ....._ -lOUl moro .i.. M ,

I In Armistice The ia>.
A heater. loaded with' pc, all hulls Program
Suspicion per 'leni: ['I, i
was the cause o* the Fire Department "McCarthylsm" and almlliai 3600. Th "
called out Thursday
night. Nov. 8, according to a statement types of smear tactics were condemned less self-emp, '. :'
In Wife's DeathA than $IOr,
thU'week by Chief. C W. I by A. J Thomas, Jr. Con I social '
Plckett. mancler of the American Legion be
Fourth District In covers" bM h.,.
Plckett said< the overheated coverage is ,. :
VoliiHla .
County coroner'sJury I'pay observance held n'
In Bradford J.5 \ 'I.
heater! was at Colonial Inn and It sitlon. bui ,,, , "'
ruled Saturday that Mrs.Margaret Memorial Stadium last ; ? ,
Friday.The .
of tho 1 ; rI
became no hot that part : This
i niw; ,
Lee, former resident of .t Starke ,
attorney and '
melted.! It was a Legionofficial '
nameplate was cover
!! Slarko died an accidental death. I I _._ about 4 7" ',10,,
brand new heater he reported but charged that many Ami ; ..d pl"r"HI,,, ., i
The :00-year-old; woman was i leans .E. .
someone had filled the burner with are abusing then opportune

T burned fatally In a bedroom liij I r,,'c/ln/ hulls. As a result when th ,constitutional right of freedom oiipi'e tlrem.cn ben i h... ;'

the KIv<'ta Apartmentii at OrniondBiach oil han.' <:'h and of the it'e 'Ii
B. I oilVIIM t turned on. the a press and warm' Ps In I the early morning hours considerable amount of refii, to that unices this ni Ii
situation 1 h ao<"i n benefits ,
.. ', r ii" Ii
I !
J.! .I of Sund y. Nov. 4. She died In cover before It could b... ome 'ignlt corrected our cltlzcn.i stand In dan .' .- ;' ors In the '. '
Halifax Hospital a few bourn after '
ed. gar of losing these
., and other fret 'k" For fle'ul'
she was dragged from n. flaming When the oil finally! reached : rlghta undc,

bed by her husband T. I... Leo I the level of the pei'un hull a domThe BUS Band opened the pr' .. employ d i p.

\1 {J and a neighbor. Arthur Hartley. match caused the over ,!uipply of I i gram with the National Anthem ',-, 'touch with tl

., The Lnes had just; recently left ,. nil to ble up and burn; with an. Preceding: the Armistice addresp | curity offhJordan

r 1 Stai ki1. where he wan employed i intense! heat. Damage to the healer Dr.. A. Y Covlngton commandei

for the past year with the Andrews was estimated, at onl> $3.Soimllilna ; of Post :58 presented. a set of book

t.1 Motor Co. Prior to thnt both he -'-" (Ill Americanism to the school. Case

:! : and hit wife wale employed at "New SIWU:1I1 JohnllliHni t'urtr (Contlnuid

I the Star Store here. They had Killed In Action n "."
Ih Florida Theatre Film man had hit h
11 moved Into the Ormond Beach I *..! *. 4.- ? 1Sunday Tornadoes light. Rice11101'

'\\1 apartment only one week before evening NovI, as. Mr. p ,
Fllmgoers who have been look- and Mrs. Willie W. Carter ant In I' the car to SH, ,
I the occurred.
tragedy i.ng for something different In the evening worship services in the j jRatford about and foun( in"da'

.;!I : After hearing two hour of: testimony way of screen entertainment will Baptist Church they Whip\ St. Leo conscious onHenry ,

$c at the Saturday Inquest Auetln ... !
ij find an answer In "Angels In The ceived a message that their f

r !11 the Jury within 15 minutes delivered : Outfield" starring Paul Douglas Private John William Carter. re'l I Continued from page one _. ____ -, 4e. __._r_,__ a.,..,__._.__.____.___ : said he pulled hi ,'I,
\\\1 ,I Its verdict that death wan and Janet Leigh, on the Florida had been killed In action In : ------ -- said "let me al h ,?,

'1 "the result of an accident cauncd Theatre screen this Sunday and John too had been a faithful gain and Rowe passed to McRae A lot of hoKS were butchered around the county last week when the first cold weather came but He took Austin buck" ,

\1\ by fire of unknown origin" Monday. and active member of the little on the St. Leo 39 yard line. On the big red Duroc sow owned by Leonard Moore above knew she was In no danger. "Beauty" is he said and thi. the,

J Dr. William Schildecker submitted This l Is a comedy laid/ against Ralford church, and last Sundaythe I the next play Johns shook loose one of the four gUts given to promising 4-H Club boys by the Rotary Club last spring. Though she fendant came from inside

\I an autopsy finding that ttd( the thrills and excitement of major I' church bulletin. Issued "In and scampered around his- left was thought to be the "runt" of the four at that time she can no longer claim the title for she came of the builillng, Th
the end to the St. Leo 19. I ed into the car and dr
told simple storyof
percent of the woman's body was.I league baseball, but It Is far more Memoriam up with the first sl1c'c ;Msful litter Three weeks ago she bore 12, 11 of which lived and can be seen ,
Klngsjey! Beach
r covered by second and third do' than Just comedy. It is also the II| Carter the who life and died death In the of service Private of' Johns failed to gain Rowe tried i eating quite greedily under Leonard's watchful eye. Leonard is the son of Mr. and Mrs.: Aubry Moore Earl Austin said and he Went,'
a to was I
gree burns but he found no evl-j story of a man whose faith In life pass McRae but It was no good I on the old Klngsley Lake road. that Henry had been

f dence of other Injury. and affection for the people IH re- I,'I his country) :... .*. .*. and then threw to Thomas on the '-7......,..- ._..a._.. _"aver_u__ .m a11 -

I Tills was the second ruling of r newed In a mysterious way. St. Leo. eight yard line. Johns .1 witness placed
| Private John William Carter, Crawford to Mc stand to testify
ran yards. passed
straight up the middle Local Guardsmen Win CARE
on thenext Packages
accidental death In the
case It the Henry Austin
Is story of Guffy Mc- eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie I play for the first Rae on the St. Leo 15:$ yard line aid whe'
I Coroner J. C. Beard! delivered the Govern of [the 9, score of the placed on the wHile jt
manager Pittsburgh Carter was born September which the Tornadoes In scoring Two Matches Sustain (,
Parker's put
i i game.
name verdict following the accident! I Pirates, who Is the most explosive 1932 In Raiford Fla. He finished extra point attempt he went to sleep when .

"t .I at which time the body was gent I minded manager In baseball and elementary school In Raiford and I was good. Score Tornadoes territory again with another I From Jax. Rifle Team 3,500 Children boys left Kingsley Seat
1' 7. St. Leo I 0.McRae's. nUt down. Crawford's pass to
I .1 to Jacksonville for cremation. how the mysterious voices of Angels 'was a high school senior In Lake I MC'j not wake up until that ,

' ,I Wednesday, Nov. It, States. who were formerly major Butler when he and his friend onsldes kick failed to Rae was no good. his next I The rifle team from the local Each CARE food package sub. He said the first he kne'.

\ t Attorney Murray Same ordered I league players straighten him out. John Calvin Faulkner volunteered I 1 1 travel the required 10 yards and Thomas was completed but It was': unit has fired two matches with scribed by Americans kept five t trouble was when he wok
"! States had to be out of bounds and Rowe passed to units from Jacksonville recently Korean orphans alive for seven I next morning and
; the body returned to Daytona for From there his team wins withno for service In the United brought back along I' was

an autopsy and Inquext. He eXplained trouble at all and the picture Army January 25: 19fH. with a five yard penalty against Johns for 11 yards at the half. and won them both. The team days during the tragic weeks before that his brother and the *

later that this action wss ends with a comical romance blossoming They 'trained together at Fort I the Tornadoes. The next try saw Third QuarterParker's has a match scheduled for every the second occupation of r boys were In Jail. Why i I.>
the ball roll onnldes kick was fumbled Wednesday night for the next two Seoul by Communist forces last I In Jail was not known to f
requested by Homer Hardest/, out between him and Janet Jackson. S. C. Since they were out of bounds on the
by a St. Leo lineman and recovered winter. he talked with them at I I''
owner of the Riviera Apartments Leigh. sent to Korea In late summer they I St. Leo 45. I months.
William by the Tornadoes on the That Illustration of what CARE i ty Jail later that mornli;
Lee testified that he and his wife had been separated. John Britt Whitaker sprinted Members of the team include
had been drinking earlier In the: tragedy. was sent Immediately into combat 1 tackle to the BHS 46 and through tried !St.' Let 48. McRae picked up three Sgt. Andrew Eaves Pfc. ConnieClark packages can mean to war victims I was the first he knew of

evening and that he was "sociable Investigating officers testified while John Calvin had duty Inan !I the other side of the line on the over center but a five yard penalty Pfc. Marklee Norman Pfc. Is cited by the General Federationof I being All beaten four up he said

\ but not drunk". they believed the fire was causedby Army hospital about :50 miles 1 next play for was called against the Tornadoesfor John Clark. Cpl. Van Priest Pfc Women's Clubs in appealing are charged
a and first
\ John William, served yard a being offsides the for public of the Thanks-: sault with Intent to nut,
a clgarett. When questioned by from the area on play. Joe Warren and Pfc. Lemuel Wil support
i' A neighbor. G. II. Hunt said I the Statea 'Attorney as to whether In. They had no opportunity to down. Voss carried to the BHS Crawford's pass for Thomas was liams. glvlng- eaBon "CARK FOR KO. anyone of them may bee

: that he had overheard Lee cursing I they had smelled gasoline or kerosene see each other again but In a letter 38 and Whitaker made It anotherfirst Intercepted by Jenkins. I REA" Campaign now being conducted acquitted or they niai al''

I : 'j and that Mrs. Lee protested once in the j to John Calvin's family this down with a four yard sprint. Whitaker got one through the' Cpl. Billy Dansby will return by its affiliated Women's vlcted or acquitted y'

ti ;' that her husband was hurting her no. room they each replied week he confirmed the mexsage\ Whitaker failed to gain Voss line ran his left entl for five and home this Saturday after completing Clubs throughout the United i sentence.. Is 20 YeRn.

, 'I t arm. I of John William's death on Oct. 4. got three but was penalized five Voss the radio operator's course at States.In .

: Hartley, however who In explaining ...achy. the Inquest Seat yards for being offsides Whitakerran scampered over tackle for' Fort Jackson S. C. Dansby was Relief Beyond B
1 helped John William sailed from four and a first down. Whitaker all, 3500: children in 34 Seoul I
was Same
I. Lee drag his wife from the burn held said that Hardrmty 23 after over left tackle for nine Jenkins the class leader and was one of the
1. July
,. had I tie, Washington on hit right! tackle for four and Voss orphanages were sustained by the For Stomach SufIf
t Ing bed, testified he had heard reported seeing blood near the lees than six months' training. A panned Whitaker for one skirted his left end for six I j students receiving the highest CARE food distributed during the
: r\\ no sounds of woman as she lay burned In the weeks later yard and then dropped back to more grades '(or the entire course.
. any violent quarrel I letter written three and another first down. first wartime delivery of CARE you have suffered\

't i Hartley said he ran to the Lees'' apartment bloodstains hallway as well as said he was assistant machine gun punt. The kick went into the end Whitaker got three, Voss made I Four members of the local unit packages In Korea last December lief from Indigestion ga

tf'( apartment after hearing a windowpane self. in the apartment it. ner on the front in Korea. His zone. Iwo more Whitaker found three recently attended a school for unit I according to a UN relief official I burn and a nervous sloth

,' t break about 2:10: am. Lee mother had several letters a week The Tornado backfIeld fumbled more at left guard and Jenkins' projectionists conducted by Army who handled the deliveries. Froma you need INNER-TONE

.t i 4 had smashed his fist through three Several witnesses testified that from him during the eIght weekshe on the first play and stl* recovered kick rolled dead on the Tornado Instructors at the Lake City Ar stockpile of 3000 CARE food acle working liquid mtti',

;: of windows In an attempt to let smoke Lee had blood on his hands and WRS In the combat zone. He on the BHS 22 yard line. 22 yard line.McRae mory. These were: Sgt. O. P. Hut. packages distribution to "the orphanages gets at the cause of such

,\' out of the room. arms because he had smashed the told of enduring the usual hardships Whitaker got two and then ran to, Sgt. Richard Carter Pvt. Lem was made on a weekly and brings amazing and ''I

;' !; Lee stated that he remembered windows with his hands to let of battle-rain, mud wet left end for four more. Whitaker's hit right tackle for three,, Hughed, Pvt. Lem Williams and basis of one package for every lief. INNER-TONE ii "

t' nothing about a quarrel. For smoke out of the room. dirty Clothing. Insufficient food I pass to Jenkins was no good sp Prevatt tried the same place for Pfc. Joe Warren.A five children. Nature' herbs pius Iron

" t k eight years he had lived happily Dr. Schildecker said In his autopsy little rent and of minor when illnesseS all they tried It the other way around six and Johns picked up one for a regimental staff training conference "Those CARE packages not only important B vitamins Soon
wrote times down.
Then he first Prevatt
1 with his wife he eald.I report that an ulcerated and Jenkins hit Whitaker with a went straight Is to be held at Camp saved the children's lives then but suffering! If you feel hand
) ,
his Immediate ar..a.and I
quiet In the center for
I 10
. He stated that he and his wife stomach might have caused the was of getting a bath and clean I short one over the middle. Whit. another up first down.JoiiiiSmade yards and Blanding December 1 and 2 for kept them "from dying during the h-.'f alive get INNE!

( 1 had been sleeping on separate woman to vomit blood after being dry clothes and hot food. aker failed to stop when he caughtthe staff officers of the 121th Reg evacuation the UN representative today at KOCH Drug Stui

ill lI aingle beds and that he was awakened burned. John William was a member of ball and ran i It on over for a one and Prevatt Iment. Those who will attend later reported to CARE officials
' : I by the smoke. touchdown from 20 yards out. took off again for 10 more and another for each group of childrenwas
Both ware I I I Mrs. Lee had two sons by a for. Company E, Seventh Gov. Reg from the local unit are Lt. Col
fully dressed at the time of the1 mer marriage. I which was stationed near Heartbreak ,: Voss' kick was good. Score Tor. first. Johns tried right R. B. Harkriess, Maj. T. K. Mc- issued CARE packages before

,1 ..\ Ridge close to the famous ...n.I"._--..- 1. _"'" t v. T._"_"_ '.1.. tackle for two and Rowe.. ran--.. the...., -Ina, .TV., ('Ant r'h..i... U 0____ they started" the Journey from

I 38th Parallel. One of the hardest Voss kicked to Johns who tookit same slot for 11 and a first down r euter- -J";:, Capt.t: :John;; ;1'8. 'Calhoun Seoul. W. C. T

y3 I II Ij \1 battli of the war began there on i on his knees on the Tornado Johns made three but St. Leo J r., Capt. Hugh B. Ingram Jr. Contributions to the General I THE SALOON KEEPEB

I Sept. 30. EvIdently he paid the 28 yard line. Teuton failed to gain, was offsides and a five yard penalty and 2nd Lt. Mack S. Futch. | Federation of Women's Clubs campaign ONLY BfSINKSS: \
__ j
j 1 supreme cost of our American C rawford'. pass for Thomas was was paced off. Prevatt found Cpl. Vernle Thornton has been are being used to provide ASIL\MEI OF HIS rrNATfOS.L W
: '0 TRADM rorn, oi.n wrn\p' IM n. KAIMOS freedom In that battle. The message no good and neither\ waa the next one at right end and Johns found attending an auto mechanics Korean orphans refugees and ( PKOMlBmStiDTime

down payment un a flaw finu. \\ .* KEPAIRKDAll from the Adjutant General of one to McRae. But there was a 15 fIve' more In the same place but other civilian war victims with .
, will nmke liberal M.... All : course at Fort Jackson S. C. since CARE
:you n nlliiwunc' Model Carter food
Mrs. clothing
the and
and textiles
, n..hI.. the Army to Mr. yard penalty paced off against St. play was cancelled when BHS
Hlmlo' Ili> Co. Ito eke .. .. ..."....t. .. October 13. This l Is a three-month blankets.
" ('ll '''. C'. NIIKPIIKKII stated only that Pvt. John W. Car. Leo for unnecessary roughness was offsides and penalized five
I 7''.1 W. fall ... ...rkeHIOVKItAt. Pit. :lttJ action Oct. 4, course and teaches the basic 'mechanics -
Full RAMItlnHirr; furm. I tulle : ter was killed In on which gave the local boys a first yards. Johns came back with Delivery of the gifts will be
north it? ( ahAm. Hen J.V |lo.e' of his death are of all type vehicles. made
details In time
: 1931.: No eight yards left for the Christmas
for details.I flip 1 ll'ld 1 t'SKH lAM' RANURH fi down. over guard and i
Hale Neither do we know I Sgt. Archie Crawford has been holiday. In this
UfHxoiiuMy prlfed. Hla.lw known yet. Johns hit right tackle for eight McRae picked up the necessary I city donations In
l'r.A1': YOl'll MtUKIl! NOW for lee Co. ItcATTRAOTIVP3 whether his body will be sent home transferred to Company G In any amount can be sent to Mrs. .
j your ThankHK Ivlnit and f'hrlHlmiiiituikry 13 yards, tried the same place for one yardage for a first down on an Gainesville ,
not. where he has M. Vickers
for burial or Box
\ accepted 568.
I 1'.I"Ih..n. Klnranom newly don over furnlithed more and then went for three moreover ; end sweep. |
"' N... 4434. Tu"",... 45- Il,.. llenii 11ft" apartment for rent. Irmly While In Fort Jackson Joha employment as Administrative !
. ., live wt. tl .*trit. fur iliM, .*.H.INK. AiinrtineiitH' nit Clark foil tr.et. |10 William made several short visits center. However, 13: yard Fourth quarter Assistant of that unit. to take advai
I OHAU Tl'HKKr: PAKM per month. A. J. Thom .. Jr It Easter Sunday were paced off against the Tornadoes Prevatt tried right end for one ford Sgt. Craw.j| Self-Employed People
home. was on was
I Plorahnni. 'I.... 2t I/Id _Aitenr' ttf toil Stptl'i'It and then moved Sergeant Major
March 25: during a weekend at and after Rowe's pass tc straight up the l local unit prior to his transfer I Iwas I Now EligibleFor of our
I WEDDING AND BIRThDAY CAKES' i : : KOI'M>-Mlna-lnd arMy. home that this picture was lI1 c\e.\ WInkler failed to connect Thomas center, for the winning touchdown.Parker's and .
t -$1 up. Oro>rn taken At Dahnter'i mottled I fart. and Hhniit a resident and employee of the
onefnurtli *- kick
, Gift Shoppo. Phone 5i-j.( tfBINDRR flranian. Han' a maple fork Some of the young people made a kicked to Voss on the St. Leo 33 was blocked. ScoreTornadoes Florida State Prison Social Security

, mark on rlsrht ear, an tinderblt few snapshots in front of the where he was dropped fast.h4econd 19 St. Leo U.Parker's Ralford. Farm at I .1
8KWINO: Mnchlnn Com- on left ear, ami a brand that re- service Persons who work for themselves ChristmasPortrait
puny Lake City, FI..... Phon Silt, N.."'hl.. a light bulb. Contact P. church after the morning QuarterWhitaker kick was taken by Allison Recent enlistments i
In the are '
will repair your' "" ...hln. In tip I>. IteddlKh, Mlierlff ate 11/13 and this Is one of them. It Is the tapped right tackle for l on the ground on the St. Leo were unit now covered under the'social

top ronnltton. rennonabl0.. WUna only one that his family has of five.., then lost six on hIs left end. 45 yard line. Whitaker found Cpl. Carl Edwards Pvt. Al security law and have been
only B-emiln* Hlnicf-r ftRrtMOur FOR )4A1.1'2r.als't.r.I! Hrahman one Harley and Pvt. Owen Mills. building Insurance
I Hwrvir cum will pick up and ""11.. fond lireedera. and ...ntl.. him made In his Army uniform. When Tackach lost 12 more on his at right tackle. Jenkins parsed to themselves protection for I

t delivery m.rvlm upon reiiu.Mt.New He. I,, J. (Jretu,. Dreen'i !Store. Many of our happiest memories right .end the St. Leo boys put. Whitaker for one more, Whitaker's since and their' families Spe
I Rlnirer marhlnen avail. I January'
are 1
Jtl ll/H associated with Mrs. Bessie 1951.:
i ahlM on reanonahli* teritm.MATTRESSES' of him are closely Jenkins back to kick. pass was no good and Jenkins BurnsRecommended The recent

KYHHOr.AHM KltAMKIifl' FlnM the church. Perhaps U was Gods Jenkins kick waa taken by Mc fumbled while back In punt for- Social amendments to the
typewriter .nMtr ever mAd.. that the of his As ; Security Act cover most
U# divine will message Rae on the Tornado 45.: He ran matlon. The Tornadoes took *
r IftnilM In 1A over self-employed
nrnn !t"mi. Only M.'. (lunranta 'Tor death came to his family while wide. to his right to elude four or on the St. Leo 38. Assistant Counselor of
OF ALL KINDSRENOVATED ev.1'". Itrntirord County IVI" were in the evening worship occupations auch
irrAph they five St. Leo tacklers and then out Rowe made three at left tackle. I a s farmers doctors
tt lawyers, funeral
, service Sunday Nov. 4. AlthoughIt back down the middle to carry the Mrs. BesMle Burns was reeom- I
t five
picked directors
up more thecent..r. and few
a other
.Of.ORPp:: IIRLP: -Man sod woman had been over a month since his return back 55: yards for a touch. Prevatt lost up mended for the position of As- I profesnional
for maintenance work. New had heard. from him andtheir one at right distant Juvenile Merit Board I groups.
Kln.. family down. Arthur Winkler threw the at a For
r Pvach. end. Johns failed to most who
tflitI gain. St. Leo of people work for
many friends shared In their key block as McRae was still\ took over meeting the Children's CommItt| t their first

: r w ''IoT.U.: KI-MI: ti.K anxious suspense the message wasa about 30 yards from paydlrt and tee Monday. Mrs. Burns has been tax social security
.' Whitaker found report will be
five due
.n":11: 1'101"1": : at right active In welfare along
FU It N IT UK E 1..n".1 "n".r or lsira firm dreadful shock to all. mowed down three of the opposing end Jenkins lost two CorrIgan Bradford work here In with Income tax returns on
n.eta tur..r t.a'h..r to till The hearts of the people of our For County for many years J March
pod- team in one sweep. the first lost and 15, 1932.: and will
llruphoUtrml and tlon a.. .d''IIII..n..1 I l'.n.ultant I In one Jenkins kicked to Mc and was one of the three cover the
Iteflnlshed 8larks a",1 "th.r i.'triia. arena. church and community are heavy time since ha missed one In the' Rae on the :50 yard line. McRae mended for the recom alendar: year 1931. Any earnings
nmxt have with grief we extend to Mr. and position of Coun
at least three y.a..; as first game Ed Parker missed on
HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. teaclittig I Ih'I .sperln... or other pllh Mrs. Carter and family our deep the conversion. Score Tornadoes punt back only four selor when the Court was ftrst\ organized
ro'Io"lun" Wi,"'k. .um.. vol leirspiU'iitii. yards before St. Leo swamped him. here.
Box 230 Palatka, Fl*. alt. IS 10 611; i'iis'orth sympathy In the Ions of their 13 St. Leo 7. McRae moved for Her
'UO t.r n"nth fnr rl..ht Even he three Rowe recommendation Is subject
precious son. though was kick ,
McRae's was taken by Rust to the
two and
got Johns
AAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAA ni'M'it'Hni. appointment
r.uucHiionHi pities went and
roll THK UITMIKT-MINDBP. : lirisislos f...rvlc.( ..
) Hug-raved: "' .,hlln. Invltu ber former Hnx rHrnlnaTH 431.4. ansi phone num begun to carry hla share of aker lost one around his right end, lost two at right end McRae I V. Knight, and Juvenile
Itc Judge.
failed E.
lions on fine ....euntI'At ,, the
impnr work the church. Before Voss failed to gain over left tackle., K.
to gain. McRae Perryman, before
only 11195. hit I she
Hrndfurd County left
end for receives
Telegraph FOR I HAI-K-Five room vturro entering his Country's service he Jenkins lost 8 on hla left end I the 21 P.
tf hnt...... rompletelv furnlnhed. hot five and Prevatt made two over, Job. She will serve under November 17,
FOR n.1N'I'-Jo'nl.h. and roM water, .tea. and elertlclty. often sang In the choir was a after a bad pass from centerand left tackle. Knight and merely assist in In-

I droonm, renter of annrtmrnl Kayetone" New Hervel Ice box, and! Norive.iri faithful careful driver of one then kicked to the BHS 21 Jenkins tried ventilating matters .. .ltt
ClOVe, piano and tieiirh all In. to pass to Whit pertaining to .t.
HclKht Water ant .lertrlrltyurnlnlivd (ludetl Pecan ... of the church busses, and helpedIn I yard line, where the ball rolled I Juvenile cases here Lumber
( Apply. Murr...,,'. HunrirlvM .. t. Mom. Khrnbb aker but It was Incomplete is the In Bradford Keystone Cj
I'hone 2401 ry. Iteaiion for nelllna. numtmake I many of the other activities.Sine ball County.

K.yat.neil.thta. .110 IIUiI'RVII. 305 Park a chins'8t. 11ev. H. J. firmly ItpFnl going Into combat in Korea dead.McRae took a pltchout around game endOd.IJucklls Dr. W. G. Woodham was the ONLY $1 Per Person To

he lost his Bible and promptly his left end to the 36 featured speaker I He(
: !: CIAS REKRKIKHATOHS yard line for at the meeting by Keystone
.. lt HKNT: -SIT room hoil.e, 1"0blo..k. I wrote hla : To Open having Sponsored
Regularly prli-ed at till 96. }.r... from offlc I parents to send him I another first down. Rowe'a pas been Invited to discuss Club ,
poet He l,, Lions
beat thin on*. Hind Cl.. ..... tl. Hemingway 1J4 Thompiion ft. is a testimony to McGee wall no good hIs pass to S Tomorrow Morning citizenship training In the Brad
HP of hut faith. A Bible was I ford County
I' Wlnkler failed
to. connect and hIs system. His' .
Foil RKMT-Two bedrtiom tilm-k sent to him by return mall and a : speech was THT TTf TTVTTTVTTVTvyTyVfTttf T.
holm., completely furnlwhed.! In- FOiL HAF.K-Two Iota nn Or ana* St. third pan was intercepted by Voas Ducky's new variety store particularly timely In
letter from him later on
the week
and is
for build I.... (*a.h or term. Mra. received It. He : way back I operated by O
and f'Hurrh Ht.. after II) a.... A** had high Ideals<< American Education RIDE
"Corlnn Alva..., illS for touchdown U (Ducky) Llnsin Week. TAKE A
tor n.or. lip I.afayett fit; and lived the life of a wholesome a Voss' extra I and J. E. Hardy Dr. Woodham :
Itf. noble American boy. point attempt was good and' the has scheduled Its formal opening: pointed to the

)'OR R'NT-Th.. room fully. furntuhed FOR HAI.K-Second runner Strew And now. we that score was Tornadoes 13, St. Leo for tomorrow morning according. many different programs now : IN A WARM HEATED CAB
pray our
apartment." $SH p r month. In the ,
berry plant IS per thounand R*. to
a statement county's schools
Mr',. TItus Ulmm >ll Mouth Walnur. laB to ilrlffl Loop turn left Vi" gracious and all-wise Creator will I 14. this week by Lin- In which the children )
IIP mile. flax, 113.('. turn rlcht lit jive sufficient comfort and grace Voss' kick was taken by Rowe sin. taught the are being
FOR HAI.K:_It noun. on left Morgan Harper. to the on the BHS 10 and The store will feature all the principles of better''
irauc WIchaet.i tip till sorrowing family. May Ha returned to the I Imerchandise citizenship. He said AKRIDGE
pump Improved hotfnn. Model 1*. m-ln. speak to and touch and heal the II 2T. Johns lost two on the left I normally used In the ly any doubt but there la hard. $

b..... tt aauanhell cylinder boris.. No.. Also S phot.II, FAMII.T and In WANTED Mr* ..,":..,rl.to.work. Hone on. farm fur.nlKhrd. '. broken hearts. May we all find asolace end. Prevatt ran the right end for electrical home Llnsin said there will be an I ty of people on our what welfare the majori

All ford for,(Xtm tlno. Perm R P. M"L..ntlo..lh.l.; O. ('. Canon, Stark. Itp In preparing ourselves to seven and McRae skirted the left I department a cooking today never finished school rolls TAXI SERVICEPhone

lip, meet him In that City whose build end for seven more and a first ware department and other departments I The children of
WA.NTKI>-Youn. middle ..ed will all today are taught
FOR flAI.K-Itahy or a er and maker la God. down. Include house. economic
carriage and .
email otiuple nr lad, tn *h.r. I.err* hold Items. efficiency along with the
wat titniv machine narlmvnt. Inquire Ko.."'* Dru. Prevatt loat many other 200
a.. Mr. V. A. NI(*hol. at two at right tackle' Christmas principles of cltlien- :
.... corner Store. ItpMFJV.f. BUT ESTERBROOK The decorations will be on "
of ('h. anil Jeffnrnon Rowa'a ship Dr.
dm. wa broken Woodham
lip paaa Johns
FOR mal HAl.K thorouirhhred--Two. male and two f<>- : lASS( RRPRIORRATOR' Fountain Pen with at point I to C I hit center for six yard and up. cams store display la the its morning when the ventured the opinion that said educa, and : Our Cabs Now .Equipped With Heater'
pointer opna doors. Llnaln
For .
pups ,
Hole. II ft. Really a nnritalnHee uwi. $3 said.. tion will
every complete. Bradtoed be
KlKht month nld I'rlc reiuenable. Nra. back oo the fourth down to trythe and the largest Comfort
crowHun *( Tlvraphofffc they will also factor In
J. M. carry a number For Your Winter Riding
Rdward :
Itv'. | County Telegraph. eventually
ph'tS U. I same place again and find 13 of Chrlatma treea a little later payments to decreasing welfare. .

an absolute minimum. ..


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Second Section Bradford County Telegraph

t'IUD.O\ KMHFJ; ; 16, 19M !MT.\RKr. t'lAnuu.\.


tyttlllnmT7.11mTnTTTn7 FARMER'SDIARY.1nTI.. T i No Leadership Longer School NecessaryFor What Size I -- -. Marine I Institute Offers Courses I

OCS; Berry Reports] *

; Selected applicants for officer Wear? I forcrew
Hat You College men may go
By Sam McCarveyThe ... candidate school in the Army no eS cut, but every" Marine
longer have to attend
leadership rrrrtiit gets" th, uill unto' In
I author will be glad to re. school, M,,Sgt, Frank E. Berry, recruiter a r. 'liw rromhen| he under
f'h'e Items of lntcrit from
Gainesville office
concernIng reported -
trudltlonal "boot
Genial George Kopel- goes i hurl
the activities of farmers In here this week
hulrrnt" noon after shedding
Bradford County. Suggestion may Berry reported that the leader oiisoft Has The Largest f'h'III1.11,1\ h..*.
be left at the Telegraph office or course Is no longer a prerequisitefor

miUW-d to Sam McGarvey, Lm\tey, entrance into Army O. C. S. Assortment of Hats in Like tho two recruits picturedat

Florida 4 The change In requirements means right most men gt a good! ,

that candidates may go direct to Town. laugh: at their sudden change in
..AA..u.uu.a..a.ua..a..u.uuu... O. C. S. from training units, he M v appearance after whirring flip

hall, the distinction of speak.Uon's Hope that we can continue to do[ said. : : A pers have done their bit to changea
to to
I .v Club at S.tarke:? it, aj we think that that is about Graduates from officer's train- civilian "long hair" Into a cloHO-

week and enjoyed the ex- the only way you can be sure that Ing school will be required to servea rs cropped "boot".

I ry much. These men some trouble won't get going before minimum of 18 months on extended E Hut the Marine Corps In. currently -

tie meeting place, they you realize It. II active duty and all graduates Forgetful Folks Leave rd offering many other attractions .

,gtne:! good feed, and they Hope to be able to cultivate will be afforded opportunitiesto Articles of Every Description to young men besides r'

I ,M tt'(o get to know. Being most of the berry patch with Ka serve for longer periods, Berry "frro haircuts". The Marine Corps

j perl >n practically noUilngI trlnka the tractor. Going to trya stated. in His Cafe Institute an Institution maintained I JU'cruiN Laugh At
I Hi Sam hadn't the foggiest scheme and If It works we'll Persons eligible fur enlistmentto for the benefit of Marine I
1 talk about but it.Afraid. to O. C. S, Hoot Haircuts
,: what to report go are men with personnel Interested In futherlng
[ of the high school :to :to :to
de Ided that some diplomas between the '
'' their education through off-duty Young men Interested in ob-
fr r.'Ce' as usually reported that we'll have to sell ages of 10 and 2S.' .4it r studies recently revised 42 of in taining further information on the

I ugh the Telegraph might be Toby--our half Brahman, half Sgt. Berry will be In the Post (courses dropped 50 and added 26 I Marino Corps. Institute and enlist
| and the audience seemed Jer.\\ Office In Starke every Wednesdayand Next: To Hats-llaby
fight sey heifer, who Is just one new ones. ment Information are Invited to

1,. v the talk. Anyhow, thanks old this month. She is really fat I Friday. Spoons Are Most Frequently The Improvements. were made to visit Master Sgt. Hick G..Uler,
Club for their in.n -
| lu Lion's and Is heavy, but we can't makea I --- -. .. _. bring the curriculum of the Institute local Marine recruiter at the

|",. C. good guess. (We think over 500 runt which was no small that we Left Behind : and Part of Hat Collection more closely in line with Starke post office any Wednesday
Iba) George<< offerings of accredited schools. during October. Hit hours there
were told! to dispose of him)
mixedoj .
[ iltitated 12 rows of are from Dam. till noon.
22 .- ----- -'-
weighed pounds and the average -
which we have planted in We're watching Butch, our steer for the litter Is 27 pounds by How-- many articles have you Every year this obliging restaurant she had been transferring! tne money Now a Marine nut)', til rough

i lid jedgo grass field by trac- calf who Is destined for the deep no means very good, but still better ever left In restaurants as you nun malls out 40, or SO hate In her bunk account from Jack- Initllute courses. cotnptetethis IIimM yen look In a boothalrrut
j and had trouble doing it for were around "de them sonville to Bench and the high school education unit ? Well, J..IIho Mi-
freeze, grow and we get mighty than we have done so far. traveling pr Just to customers who have left Daytona
mole crickets have pretty well cided to out for ?" around contained $3,000 in cold obtain college. omlllt.V runes und find out !
hungry when we think of steaks Henrietta litter of eight average eat a change behind and finally gotten purse
aged the stand. After ex- and roajts When we get him big about 13 pounds and they were not) It's a cinch you've probably forgotten to writing for them. But the vast cash]

[menting with various kinds of enough we think It might be a quite five weeks old at the time, something at one time or majority of owners don't even go
refs and sweeps, and finding good Idea to stall feed him for a We don't think that this experiment another for If you haven't you're to this trouble-- or maybe they Tire lucky lady, lifter "atKfjlng A Eases Restrictions On Direct Loans I

| It nil of them unsatisfactory few weeks, but as we don't know of feeding Aurofac on these certainly an exception to the rule can't remember where they left herself that all HIM '
ultlvatlng close to small anything about It we'll probably litters will Indicate what can be the unlacing headpiece. n in'ne)' WUH there, marled (lo For Businesses Farms And Homes
the Alien (large KOIM'|'''''''>'S
Sam tried using points | ( walk out without even" so moth
;ti Impose on Col. Knight for some done for articlesfor
have ho all
we not had enough George says naves
,h are used on a side harrow, Information. genial host and owner of the UK "I hank,,", NO (ieorgp asked Conditions under which World Throe percentage brackets are
l seem to work fine. feed to keep it in front of them
all the time, and we think that ('it)' rl.-rk'H. office lo totality hnsn put In a claim by the end Hie waitress. "thank }'<>u". Apparently ownership with the aid. of GI loans price: I percent up to $7.0OO; 6
Bought a bushel of Abruzzl I that Is the only way that we will of that time ho gives them away.
planted double of Eng- rye In the recent Hntlim; lip tlrdhU ( "she, was In too, iiiiuli are eased considerably by provisions (percent from $7,000 to $10,000 andS
a row ever make litters. Most of the Is sent to his' I
which we plan to plant In right any exceptional clothing !
the kitchen I money to the bund of u of n hurry for even That, Mimllcourtesy contained In the new defense percent from $10,000 to $12,000
s in garden
field brother In Greece for distribution
that the'
BO yearlings will *
.edt a furrow down the I beautiful I'uimimi hat and ilskril ieorgt lo housing act, approved by tho Protd- i The appropriate percentage figure
| i, the bed and then put in have some winter feed Along Noticed that mole crickets (puppy tossed it 10 the Herk.. --literally"losHiiig to needy persons In that country (hunk 'lht> girl anti hurried on dent /September 1, the Veteran however, is computed against thetrninaction
with It we're going to plant) dente I hN hut In which hasn't fared BO well In recent Administration week I In arriving at
raked It In, dogs) were numerous In our the ring. null said this t [ price
inlmul manure,
I old "seed, corn, as we figure that years Hut a few of the ni tides
rAfter : minimum down
after berry patch so we put out about The new law ((1)) reduces nub- (the amount of the
planted treating that will be the clerk had hismoney remain behind, as la evidenced.
as good a way to feedIt accepted
120 pounds of cricket bait (containing stunt tally the minimum down payment payment.
U I with Speigon (to mini And while George Is busy savingand
as any other. If it doesn't get and. written out a receipt by the two expensive John nStetsons homes. The alike to
chlordane) on the beds. The requited on pilcctltip regulations apply
d rotting) Also planted returning lust articles for
killed by a frost too soon we oughtto George hung. his hut on u peg on : spoiled( by the Guidon
to )' makes construction already
of beets. Alice soaks next day you could hardly walk others walking.. $12,01)0. ((2)) eligiblefor now !
some people nin
n get more out of it that way through the drain furrow without the wall and said he'd pick It up Grill cooks additional homo loan guarantees built and homes to be built by ,
hasten germination nut with almost everything In the
e stepping on them there weiLso after the ballots were counted on Crorgtt: suC. ln, "kerpn thethings .. restaurant that Isn't nailed loun many of the 2'' I million voter. veteran. with the aid! of V-A ,
Sam had an upset stomach thin killed by the bait. election night. : nns who previously used all or part guaranteed, construction loans.
many ,
\d'! lUo bought a hundredu afford for a year lieiuust* llIsn't He ants.. ciiHtomers are ('ol1lltnnllyRmllR"IfJlng
inth and set them out week, and the only thing we can Hut George,could certainly nt nil iiniisniil, for it tourIsi out salt nnd peppernhakers tif their guaranty;; entitlement for Another effect of the new law
think might have caused (it was to lonvthat hat there for home, farm and business loans, Is to extent! the term for -
I.. hen garden. Cutworms Took the last litter of Porky |It' drop In and. usually ask spoons nnpUlns, and other repayment
n time he
lung, long as probably
working with the DDT & Chlor- and (3)) revives the direct Government to a maximum of 25 years:
\ eo far, and some of them to the new market at Gainesville for lot h.- but I left here lastubuer assorted articles He pointed, tr
dane durft, Can't be too careful has more headgear of variousshllpe : loan. for veteransIn loans of 12,00(1( or less.. Pre '
i died from other causes, (Funnels Produce and Livestock and sizes than well- ," Ami' quite ll. few folks. n plastic napkin holder and said program on :
In handling poisons. any where cent mortgage 23 wa
,mjh w think that well get! : Market) and the five of them Blot'ked haberdashery in Starke. foiiie bark for thing. niter. he originally had five dozen of areas four per VioiiHly, a year maturity '
unavllable from allowable for homed ':
Is priced
1 abbages. weighed' 213: pounds an average of I llmy'ie hewn leaf for Hor them. Now he has less than 12 and. financing only

If anyone Is looking for a new 43 per pig. Sometimes loading "Seems" IIH If every tiny that eight moil Ihs.. one more wall missing as he finish private source from $7,000 downward In special .

!In had trouble with Toby business we read< of one. Seems\ pigs U a heck of a job and! takes rolls iirimnd fluids ieorge with George recalled Instance ed cleaning up that morning. The new schedule which governs cases the V-A may authorize ma

'jmg Comfort, or rather at- that In some sections of the country tar more time than you planned, another h.t. baby spoon, pockft where a woman came one In for lunch George says that winter time Is the minimum amount the veteran turules up to 30 years where the '
out to in But this time we just opened the hook rout or Home other I
nptliig to, for Comfort is only geese are put range and departed hastily without her the season when most of the hat!! must pay down when buying a veteran could not otherwise meet S'
The side door of the station nrtlttn a rurrii'M. runlnmer ha.
strawberry patches. geese wagon, '
carting and we're afraid that left pocketbook She had left the pursein are left behind. More people just home costing up to $12,000 with a the required monthly payments.
are supposed to keep the weeds threw In some corn, and the five behind. Hats are the moot
nursing by Toby may result the ladles room and soon after naturally wear huts In the winter, GI loan, Involves the rue of two Of particular importance to
down but not touch the berry tumbled in In a matter of minutes frequently forgot(leu. he says,
t r'me' blin4 quarters. In anynt she found It and .more tourist are passing
plants. One enterprising fellow Did not stay at the Market for the but baby spoons run ft close. was gone a waltiess terms, the sales price and ttiq veterans In. rural and the lees ',
we decided to do something and turned it over to the proprietor through Starke at that time.
has a flock of geese, and rents sale, aj we had too mucla to do. ernnil.When transaction price. The Hales price populated areas is a provision ol
''Ut it. so we rubbed some car- ee who put It in the safe Neither '
ated vaseline on Comfort' them out for the strawberry season the article left is a pock, of them looked Inside the purse. In the meaimlill, I If you're .U the price at which the property the new law which revives V-A' '

!''j, and hope that that will 'dts- Anyone interested In a "geeslease" While In Gainesville picked up etbook or coat, the owner usually The woman drove as far as Pa- over caught short and, need .a Is offered for sale, while the transaction authority to make direct home ,

rage Toby. We think that ? two pounds more of Aurofac at hurries back as It Is latka before she realized her pock hat I.. .a hurry to throw In a
60c pound, which Is supposed to as soon price Is the total amountof loans In areas of tho country where
nfort Is bred, but we are note etboolc and turned around ring 0"ht'r., just. M AUwtrge
missed -but folks seem to figure was missing -
of It. Weighed: the young pullets again be Increasingly difficult to get, oat of the ttiiklon. firlll. lie the sales price plus any closing private mortgage! financing at thuQI '
that a hat just isn't worth goingto and came back. (*orge says
last week and least so we were told John costs or settlement which rate of interest
S5 were delighted alt charges four percent
hits the most line In
much trouble about George she walked in, asked for the purse, rompli-te
\tter the scare about worms In when 10 of them weighed 6.8 i aon Brothers. I says. and he handed It to her. It al'emal) (nw n. the veteran is required to pay. unavailable.
pounds the of four weeks. -
at age
berry patch, we decided to ,
to make It a habit of inspectthe According to the average weights Trouble: trouble, trouble-that's

patch at I least once a day.CARIFUL given by a Chick Breeding Association about the only thing you can be Christmas Cards
and by a State Dept of sure of In farming. In this case,

Agriculture (Conn) 10 young worms In our berry patch. We had May Be Used Again "
thickens at the age of four weeks to Mack Griff for
I gone up pay ChildrenLittle oirRcs
should weigh only 3.6 pounds, so the plants we bought, when he By Crippled tRiiy-

it looks to us as if we are really told us about worms "eating up Sylvia Paulk, daughter of

doing fine with the pullets so far.We his berry patch." We could find Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk of

are giving them a mash which: out only that this was a new Infestation I Starke has a suggestion: for those

contains nitrofmazone a preventa- (Charlie Shuford said he folks who don't know what to do

the for coctldlosis and so far had never seen any before), that with their Christmas cards when
have not had any trouble with the unless checked promptly the damage -I I Mail
the holiday season !is over !
'Q) disease. We also are adding 18 would be extensive and that I I them to the children afflicted{ with ItlL eVeJ V welaGy[
and 1.8 a
of aureomycin
grams most berry growers were using a cerebral palsy she says.

grams of B-12 activity. This Is I mixture of 5 per cent DDT and 5 Sylvia mailed a large box .of
one of the wonder- drugs supposed. chlonlane. So went
per cent we cards, Just last week, and has ,
to make pigs and chickens grow 1 Into town and got 50 pounds. of It, already begun Having morn Lust f .

? very rapidly and thus utilize feed I and used about 40 pounds In dustIng year she made It a point to rolled X .

more economically. It also Is supposed : our 10.000 plants We usually all the bid 1 Christmas. card rt ; r

to make rants grow and nee a syrup can with holes per she could get her hands on and l

You need, good catch up with their larger breth I forated In the bottom for dilating, then began Raving birthday. Hal '

ren. We think that it has done hold l the can over the plant and lowe'en and all the other holidayor

AutoDtohiIia1ility this for us, for out of the 201 pullets tap the can with a stick, but this greeting cards until she hail'

we have now (we started time we decided to line a corn sack quite a load. Then, "she, boxed

with 203 there ia only one which and shake the dust on. Think that I them up and took them to the

lnsuraJIce Is appreciably smaller than there we'll go beck to our old method post office for mailing I

Charley E. Johns are by any means making a record| much dust, and seems to be !. rd- to the receiver after Christmas In f '

with these pullets, but we have I IeI'0 do Anyhow, we Inspected over but the children under the ret

Agency done so much better than the first our berry plants since dusting and I II rare of the Cerebral Palny Asso. I \

time we tried chicks that we are think that we caught the tiouble elation. use them all year 'round. -
w 13 STARK" FLA. greatly encouraged. I before it really got started. But 'We need bushels of them" Exec-II I

e we know of other growers around I I utive Director Karl Van Meter, .r

here who auff red from terrible says. "These cards are Invaluable Lh

(.. Also weighed Stella's pigs I damage to their berry patches In I I in occupational therapy

.... ...... which were almost 8 weeks old at fact almost ruin. If It Isn't one,e "Sometimes the children cut out .as e

* "iUlnB THE TRAVELERS. Hertford the time. The biggest: one weighed thing it'* another In farming the figures and paste them on .
.13 pounds_, -and--- Toni- Thumb I the sheets of paper. Other childrencan .n.atri 1 e.yy (!

only handle the cards.. But the dR t
On way back from the market colors and attractivenessbring ,
t stopped in to see Phil and Garnet them much sunshine"The : j ... trn rrw ert.rlta.r ,
: ; M r
Studer who showed Us their latest e
card can be mailed to .
batch of chicks which they United Cerebral Palsy. 50 West' ., nsa.asurw., .
-. ....... tneefea-
raising In a unconv..ntlonal y', --- .
are very
place to lay the least Their B7th St. New York 19, New York. < -...",<....... ._--< .,.,..,.....
But, should you forget or lose the Yfea"s'
friends might ask to see where:i address, just see little Sylvia tccttttrfat mmt trim j//Jtriit4*rt tmkjtct to rkMl.'Isf.r.rke. 1 1 t''Ces-e'eeef. Elabrusl .
r... .
HUNDREDS. they are. I'Paulk. She'll be glad to take care -,:...,? .......;::

I Inf I them for you.Announcing. I WAY to be sure that every Y""eeh O.ee. .,',: __,."..._n1 i
When we got our check for the I THE .
new car dollars Is buying rabr ; : ".. ,
your .
to find uiP.s e'P : ,.' 10: ,...
and economic- pigs we were very glad I of solid value is 1'.. .r" '" -
I of details are managed you a full measure : ...
I that we had sold at $27.73: per ? a.
trained and the Pontiac ally attended that only a hundred, which. Incidentally; topped to net story :e1f lhls.

careful organization can attend when the market. All of which we You get a full measure' of beauty In a -rn'e,..b': pheer. ,

the urgent. need for serving is: at I think, shows the benefit of run ESTABLISHMENT: 1'ontiac-beauty apart from anything :

hand. ning the stock through the market else on the road. H Dfa 1IeJ1oJI1ar- J.l

instead of selling them before they
are unloaded without bidding. In CRUMP You get a full measure of performance

DeWITT- C. JONESPhone this case-we probably would have ENGINEERING too-performance that will delight you yQ CA1it h ea1.a.

accepted less than we finally got' for years and years to come.

7 Starke, Fla. for them, for we thought they & CONST. CORP. And certainly you get a full measure of

I would bring $23: tops. dollar value-just check for yourself

Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur ,I e. 1032 Hendrlcks Ave the re-sale value of a 1'ontiac. ,. P t
Saw one of our hogs butchered O : :aG ac
local funeral" home enable u to ava1labie offer conveniences: an4 :, this week. A barrow which we Jacksonville Florida Come on lnxand get our deal-It's the f

services not otherwise gave to Mom and Ruthie to rdlse, best in every nay!
and it looks like Mom really threw
the feed to the hog. for after he
*'. furnUU( the highest type service at lowest price, and was dressed, and with the head Registered

Iccept AfiT< life insurance policy In force, ...*l by ANT off he weighed 182 pounds, Goingto LAND SURVEYORSand McGRIFF MOTORSTEMPLE

company, aa payment In part or In full on a funeral. have the bacon and hams. smok CIVIL ENGINEERS

_ Conjultatlon earrlea ao obligation. ed and think that that will be

mighty fine eating. AVE. AND PRATT ST. 1 STARKE, FLA.


_.- ... .--

[ NOV16 1951 -J

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= : Idle during the winter andquentlr.hAvc conRe_ u II I I" i iltfii, np. our. *Hf-d l i. 'i knlil Complaint) will t. ceased, from further proceeding. inthe Yet nr.. i,. ,
Home Demonstration administration' of the Estate ofJeHflt suit
.nr.d bv you for .
I 11
1 M J /N nolf'i'l "hall I 1.* | ] "
not realized the hen' ,. ,, I. <- fbiill I" Jluhll..hed DeIne, Deceased In theCountv control of ,
I. < ii h i.1 k (".rfur- i''' iKi > i"
Group Meets efltft that others have derived from I \\ 'in I the I III ailfol il i r-"",U,I 1 ..nk, Bradford for. '"ur County rc.nxfciitlve 1'.1.- \'...tusla, Judge's County, Court Florida, in and nntl frnlt."nl..rlnll' for, Court against ail yu, /, ,
rAricIw- ''I'h'
K' I
With It. il 1 thN Into poancsHfnn and occupancy ,- quired tu, u. ,
Mrs. NormanThe i' Sib dny t'f of staid property, mid to havea
1 I Ili'TKH'IAI 7th day ".t swer or? 1 MI/ ,,i
A legume, blue lupine capturel S receiver appointed to take charge
( ) on the I').. '
/ HI3A7.) A..1. :"" "
of during the
Hellbronn Home Demonstration nitrogen from the air and tlilt.I Clerk of the Circuit ( Semi.I.. J Thomas, I cy afild of tills property suit and for other penden relief l.andi a a u I in, xi.t
: Club held its monthly nitrogen I along with other valu. flv )l) rUe '1'. Deaver. Deputy 'Icr k a.,f I the I'lrrtilt I Cei,rt. prayed In said DIll of Complaint. the oilBlnai ,

! Circles Circles meeting at the home of Mrs. Ancel 1 able elements and organic matter, 11/9 : T Denver: P'pulY 11/9 f'CI"rk.11/30 I 'This Notice once a to week Appear for shall four (bepublished 4conseriitlve > Clerk before of i Ih.,, i,".'.,' 'i,

Methodist Baptist Norman Tuesday afternoon, Nov. In stored In the soil for use b>; Mil i( l'lO5 1'1"I it ,, weeks In the Bradford 1961 : oth.'rl"alol \
I.. < Ireiilt I 1......(. llrmironl ': '. 0 A i'l'13 ,R County Telegraph.: Compi.H I,,,
old Meetings I Mold Monthly 6. ducccciJIng crops. Thus It pro- lltirlilnt' lit < Sn...'ery.. ( n...'. llrailfonl. County. I WITNESS: my >i..; grtc"n'1' seal -of feased bv M,",
A discussion of the organizing vldoH fertilizer for crops) that l I'.' UI J U'-mlmifel'; .'1"11 It / C h..........,.. office nt t Stance! Florida this. S9t.li Till..* Ytath;' i ,. I h
Business Meetings receive otherwise and I Miilno Illllult: Cope Remtiii ..11 'ala !attlta'fl. Plaintiff day of O.'H.ber. A. t>. 19M once eachvt..|-\( r
The 1111bren, of the County Council of Home might not
following repoilH r< "iiilunt.' : I. :M.' IIII"n. Defendant .('0\11'1" SKAT.I ) A. .T. Thomas, Weeks h, n10) i P," i
;Lyon by the Methodist WSCS < Ir- Demonstration work was led by It taken the place of other fertilizer Case / Case. No. H"-. An Clerk of the Circuit Court graph: .
The Baptist WMU circles held I j I would be I II \i.fl* Ics who held their meetings the Mrs. 1C. L. Cox. Mrs. Cox and that ordinarily appliedIf I,,, h. Jfi-Mlllen who" 1951.
Mnxllie Mllldtt | fyrtle T Denver, Deputy ClericI
, arly part of lant week: their regular monthly meetings on I i Mrn. Anci-1 Norman are delegate "I It were not grown on the Ian.!. llnu,'r, ulioNO residence ,In: <.. .,o Ili-lliv K ..n"r. H. I Walter' A. "PliellevAttorney (OFFlCTAIjVoMce !<1'\I .
Tiii-Kday. Nov. 6. I k.,..." a. rn. I'l-nndvlvanla for Plaintiff f'ler'I.\ ,( .,
Mrs. W. H. SniiHj entertainedhe from the club to the Council. 1- very farmer Is out for high I hereby notified that a I By Myrtle

members of Circle 1 In her The Helen Master Circle Mrs. | Miss Roan gave a demonstration production per acre and the higher _..u".V' .u'. .....are.....hereby.." 9 ,.notified....n .our": _-' ; ..In .. the hna above been named filed 100-........"Voluala....-.... _H.....AvenueSI ,...h t'le.i.n. '-' 'x' D, aa I I IOTI

: Tues- F. B. Beard leader met at the i on making Christmas candles after his the satisfied atfiiJnt you In (the. above and are re I 11/2 4t 11/2J '
. ome on N. Walnut street on I production more you ( .' j.1,1
dun f unit
home of Mrs. Clyde Priest I 'lit you .
1, ay morning with Mrs. W. G. Halles : which the members made candles, he will be at the end of the qule..1 to servo n nnpv of .rv."a. copy to the of complain your an- '\ 0'rlr.1 TO ('ii F.1'01l" 'C t t. ii'.i..i; ,'II h1 f"a,
Mrs. Pauline Francis as rohostess./ .
ItiIj I is .
too. s" r'l i "Iendlnlf' Frnliare Act. Sees 11V 120) h.nu/
to the
11 cohostcss. Seventeen members The meeting opened with prayerby : hnrveHt. When a farmer cnn In. nn iO I'lalnllrf'H| Atlor""y., a Attorneyn, Evan In The Court ,,( the (...,...iy Jiulue,, Wynn the 1 InId 10 \ .
t nd ono visitor were present. Mrs. Beard. Devotions were/ Present were the hostess, Mrs crcufli his yield per acre he certainly T i Kv ..ii" an'I Neal I D. .. .. ..Neal..... Tlulldlnir D, Kvan Jack Jr. IlriMir.ril County, Klorliln' certificate has f i o., ,' '
for .
:Mrs. L. A. Davis leader con- : Norman Mrs. K L. Cox, Mra should not overlook the opportunity 101 l-.iw, Kxrhanir: Hulltllnir, .. and file the orlitln In I'robiKr.Tn n tax> deed ,
Mrs. C. J. Clark usingas r<" rc .tute of Nelson T Green, The certlfl.aii. ,
given by .DlnMI., Florida and '', ,,, .
file ?
Norman : Clerk of
Leroy Mrs. Kldon of the the
Sapp of
uctcd the business meeting. Plans to do It. There Is no riereflnedl' IftRunncc.
:, her "Training Children. oHilliiiil I I III I the office of lbs Ih.j.i
topic before the ::'t '
bazaar and turK Mrs. Felix Sapp Mrs. W. C. CIm economical of It of II I', circuit 1'iiurt on or 'n Ill ('reilltor'n nil Per..,in* llnvIntf property, and th. i> ,
ere mado for the more way doing on or I h" Iflfil : otherw' '
i had of the
Mrs. .1 Clark charge f lni I Drmnml WIIH ,
C. HIM nr Aitiilnntnlil
bo "Hi' ; :: : : aHHcfiseil 0"" i,
I I d" of .i* r
nnn Jr. and Miss RONS. y Iircrmlirr, of raid Complain I
dinner for Nov. 20. Mrs. than blue lupine as a cover ; l-:lnlel Certificate
ey program In absence of the pro growing otli, rl\ I lKfi I hA Rllpfrntlonn of n a" confeoced by you. nt No ]II \ ,
tlfltus Olson led In a request prayer gram: chairman. Mrs. E. D. Ten. Delicious refreshments were crop during the coming winter. Comtililnt" will bo taken nn (' .. rhall .he published notified You and and each required you to are hereby nov ance September Z. A : '
present D..a..rJptI"n
fllor Mrs. Charles served by the ho te8s. Station .,it !l.y v..u. .. for four consecutive claim. and demnncJw which of | of t'ini, V> : ,
the sick. Darby ly. Mrs. W. R. Morse and Mrs. Agricultural Experiment Thin notice shall. ha Bradford County Tel...- vou. nr NWi/4 orbntSNr I \\
'i4ave the devotionaL Her subject! talks research and Indeed the ', ,, ... either of von may have ndulrt the KEH4 of NWM or I
:\ .T. A. i-.Hffln rave Interesting experiences I on. ifuli week for four, : estate of Nelson T. Oreen deceAHed L"" t "
1 'aa Friendship.Mrs. on -R. A. Boys in foreign countries. St. Mark's Auxiliary of numerous farmers who srlllh wek, I in the Bradford County 30th day of Octob.. late of sail County to the. County Containing Township, 7 4 Mouth" acr.% Ii, ", _, ,

Jt The business meeting was opened have planted it have shown that I I'AI".I., I hid 3rd day of S4AL) A. J. Thomas. at Tinlire,. hip. of office nrndford In the County court linu Florliln. nfnnld All Name. In which n." "j ", .
Plans To Elect of mid
White.' after prayer by Mrs. F. J. Shaw. yields of corn: and some other i 9:1l.OlrFIi'IAI:; Heaver of the circuit (ClerkJl2 Court. Coiintv nt ftarU. Florida County of Hradforil prep"e'\' I I. .g J
( Deputy ,
; Olin Sr. and ) A. J. within' eighth calendar months from .itai' ,
, of was reported New OfficersSt. can be Increased from 25 to 4t 11/23 UnleB mich oorlin .
Struth hostesses to clr- Two boxes clothing crops Clerk of the rircnlt the time of the first publication nf flcatoa r..
ate were given by the circle this month.A 00 percent by growing blue lupine Ily M> I tie T Denver, Deputy* ", TO APPRITI bin notlca.. Kiich claim or demand nit to law shall the. be. Fad' Ii.1 "

e 2 on Monday afternoon in the Thanksgiving basket was planned Marks Woman's Auxiliaryheld on the land and plowing It underat ll/ 4t ... Conrf. I..hfh: Ju.ll- the shall place rin In of wrltlnir renldence. and fihall and state pout uch cerllflcate. proper. ""e.' ,\ ",::1

4., ducational building. Mrs. Morgan and all member were asked Its regular monthly meeting the right time. orirn: TO tppKiit *. ..In'....P.nil For llrailfon l office ldreN. of the claimant and will bidder be at sold the to, Ml., ''I ''I

,.j Icharde leader presided and to bring a contribution at the next Monday afternoon November d There's a plentiful supply of lupine In Florlilni(.Irrnlt. In Court( nrmimril. (' ,....... \0. frTO.: agent shall he nr sworn attorney to ,by and the any claimant I auch, carnher he. first, Monday rnurl!I"!, t h' I '
hnnrrvr. Devlne. Plnlntlff. .
'a. 1951 "
meeting at the church. Mrs. Ann Mrs. Mattle Gahagan directress, seed and supplies of nitrogen HhHili.n.,, .Mllli-r .. claim or demand not no filed. shall wlil.-h
. I lane were made for helping with 1 'ila 11cr, alle't as Kxecutor of the void.Winifred. December Ur..
Parker nan charge of the banket. the devotional. JoHfili A Maher, .' Testament' of Tesslo he
gave somewhat short next | Jivfimliint.IUUM Dated this 11 dav .
;.: e bazaar and turkey dinner. I Ii committee reportsthe ....._.__ 'L.. L.. '-- ., I nay bo .year Vn ] ..,t. and. KnilleVhlfe,. ._ W. rsreen A. 3. r.
After various 'n Thoma.
iiurmts!! me ouHiness nour a committee no Its very much wormwnue t, \oHiTo %linear.TM -- '- 0"- ; '. "n. An administrator of the Es.Isle COFFI('TAI.
i) Miss Kate Struth gave the devo. business meeting was adjourned -, was appointed to submit plant the crop on idle land this I I'"*i'ih| A. Mnher. ,..h..p or '1'h.t...(. of r>erea of .NelNon ed.Flmt T. (flreen Clerk of Circuit T'AI.I: C, \ .

' onal and Mrs. E. J<. Ferryman with prayer by Mrs. Griffin. names for the new officers for the ir-asnn. Farmers who do will not dcii. You,' ... .i.in ml I' a inlilicHH hereby.. ... notlfletl is: I' i k n,.;, I T White, as Kxecutor publication November tnt County, Florida. I

tve a talk on the recent church The next meeting will be held at coming( year. Those appointed be) making a mistake. milt i 'i 1 IiKorro, hail hern : VI-. !.!._.and.!......_Testament... ... ...of:. 1951. 11/2 U 112OOTI.1 : 1 100"11'1
the Church. were Mrs. O. L. Beanley, chairman walnut you' In the above. .r.' "" .
nterence In Oxford England Court .iml. cRuise and E..x Street l.ynn. .\ 'I!? t|l'ip.,,,
you .
J Mrs. Della Hoover.. and Miss In C'.1.. .,I"
: f.t,
-- quired I > nvrvt a copy of > TO APPFMHn | ,, ,
rs. Pearl Simpson of Melrose 'Clara I.raman.Announcement. '0'IU'M TO 111'1'411111: wer '"i. plcnillnif. to the. '" .. .. >y required. to file Clrenlt Court llrndforil County,. l--lorf.ini' In I hum-err.. aauua'
..__.. .P.t..kS flI..ta 1. w.ai. to the Bill of Com .leromn Miller,
... . |I'hdn'| '
.as a guest and there were 13' S 0" "'''"' nil'Cb .a was made that (11)11) rrolmt. Act. Horn US 120)) nn, ,the I'lalntirf'a, Attorney. T. In Ihe above entitled 'lorldnt. In ('hnncerg.Morris B. Miller, IiefenilnntNotice ..
111 embers present. Tuesday evening in the education there would, be a district meeting 'n 'I'ho Court of I lhi iMinlr Jtiiluv. the r.aiidriiiii..ilKlnnl, Starke In ,tho.Florlila office. and of you and serve a cop\ .[Defendant.'lvor..n, Plaintiff! Cuss va No.n..rthRIIvor..n '8749 ,(.. ,"
i IBrtKlforil I'lorliln ,
'I al building with 20 members presi i of County flerk .., before the 3rd dav To Appear.
]\ the Auxiliary on Wednes the Circuit, Court, on %etlee Tl Appenr.To .
In I'rolmlr.n I 1051 upon Walter' A. To: Marv if \IIII"|||| ,
fore ,
Armistice color Hi.loth day of ,.. whose resi.clenee
I ent. The Day day. Oct. T at Live Oak. .. 'iff's herein : dence ,
-- Mrs. Z rn: IlBtate. of J. It. n <1 'rave, Der 18111 1 : iitherwlxft i the. attorney and addresn IK' ; 3776 I'aikAvenue and nfldre s i
scheme wax carried out In decorations Is 100 Volusla. Avenue Street New
York .
Herb .a..I. 2.1.:
Thomas said 1
appointed a mplnlnt will be taken Bronx New York.
il i Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Mrs. Shel. the blue and white napkins delegate from St. Mark's. '1'.. All ('..,111.>..'. nnil r........* 11.Ine ...- feftietl lay you. aa :: Florida.. NOT nn A PR- You are hereby notified that A tilt You for are Divorce hereby n'"id', "i .
Hall hostesses circle 3: bud vases filled with tiny American ...n..... .*B.lnNnhl .< This notice shall he : ,-(aNFP5S0 PR: ult for Divorce and approval of against ha. -
were to The .
In .
program chairman. Mrs. Katnlrl: once tch week for four ..." : ': AHAINST b'J.L I Separation agreement has been filed you (he ah 1
Monday afternoon Mrs. A. Zkins flags and during the strawberry Lemuel CoUon presented, an Interesting week In the Bradford County .. ,,a-alnst you In the. above. named Court. and cause anal) > ,? ..
You nnil *ncli of you are herebyoliriod quired to serve .
t n
short cake there were graph .. Court and and ropy if \ ,r
' course I f this suit Is a Ttlll cause you are re- .
: leader presided. program on the book nn.1 reiiulrpil (n pn-npnt anyInltiiM I'ni.il tills Tth day of : .. of a Bill of Review ulred to serve. a copy of your an* swer or pleading to I th< i'r
.\ tiny flags stuck In the whipped "The Gallilee to Anmterdam." ,' anti dvnmnil which you or. 1991.OFFtrtAT. aside annul and for awe,' or pleadlnar to the complaint' on the Plaintiffs Atti.ri, 1'1 ,
i Mra. Titus Olson talked plans I .Ither of hilly have niculnnt the r.anilriini. Starke" Fit, rin. ,
on cream of each serving. Those taking part were Mrs you ( PRAT.) A. 3. of record that certain nn the Plaintiff's Attorney T. Frnnk.andrum the i M/
. ,.Mm* of .1. II lUilwrnv dvpvanoil original In the in .
of Starke'Florida ih
the of divorce In and filethe
r the bazaar. The devotion was Mrs. T. K. McClane circle leader Edward: Burns the foiinty flrcnlt entered Clerk of tin Circuit r ,
( Mrs. Al Carlisle l ate of ""\\'ilr"Ir; :: :Y, to ; By Myrtle T. Denver, rpiitv ( :No 7474. wherein I original 'hi the office. of the fore. a' ,
1 ven by Mrs. C. E. Hern wall and presided over the meeting. and Mrs. Delia Hoover. .1 >ii.1 ito of Coimly. I ,holm KlorliU. of 11/B 4t was plaintiff and' Clerk of the Circuit Court on or h... the 28th the day nf Vii' t' iotherwise
a t tile offliIn the court Devlne was defend fore the 26th dav of November allcKatl n. i I''
:OJ rs. Arthur Wood talked on Mrs. J. E. Hardy opened with The meeting was cloned with .ilil Count)" At Sinrke, ,, Florida, ,\,0.,1.1. TO APPKtlt In the Circuit lOll I : otherwise the alteration of Complaint will be. taki.a'." '''1
Devotions were given by by Rev. within eight cnlwnilnr mont tim from lf fin-lilt .... ed bv you.
' prayer. prayer Fred Yerkes. ( .t. Ilrnilronl (.. Klirhth Judicial Circuit aid' Complaint. will be taken nonfessed "
, : nerlca In the Home of FreedoM. entitled II'.. time ..r the' first pulillrntlon of Plorlilni In Chnnrrrr. County. Flori bv Thl' notice shall n. i i,'
Mrs. Jim Lawson, "But During the social\ hour refreshments I 1,15 notli-n Kac-h:. claim or drnmnd. F.ena 1I".r'.r.1 Wa. tn". .... Arthur Thomas This notice you shall be. published once each week. for four ,_
; .dye members were present.ATTENTION If Not." Prayer by Mrs. O. L. Lin- were served by the hostess I hall ho In wlltlnir. nnil hall ,,tate. tiff', \ Jan,". I,. WaKHtaff, the surviving' spouse nee each week for four ennsecltlveweeks week In the. Brailford 'ml,] till
sin. The circle gave three boxes for the afternoon Mrs. H. C. t h. nl..n"A of r..I.I..n..A nnil poatrflo ant. Devlne, Deceased and In the. Bradford County Tele. Kraph.Dated: .
o nililrvnii of the claimant and Case rant, heir-at-law en. graph.: thin 24th day if .r
of clothes fur community missions. Brown. to the clalmnnt .. .. her 1051
hnll h< sworn hy \ollre 1' Appenr.To' estate and n Dated this 24th day of October
A Thanksgiving basket was plan- n..nl. or attorney ami any such : Jumen r.. 'a3tageinff. \.' following described out. (OFFICIAl, SRAf.) A tor"
Ined. c Him'' nr clcinnnil, not an fllod nhall r""hl.,< a. anil aildrenn, ,In: 210S '. ., lying! and being I (OFFICIAL SEAT.,) A. J. Thomaa, Clerk of the ('It ,,
i I be volil. l Innd. Stroi-t, Charlotte. North Florida to-wlf Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dy Myrtle T. Denver, nen 'k i
i Mrs. Maxine Htldebran had Hostesses l lina. (1) flock A. Tlever- If'' I ,,
I for the evening were Carolyn If. ndnrnve, i Iy) Myrtle T. Beaver Deputy Clerk
I charge of the program. Those tak. Ming rs. J. K. Hardy Mrs. Resale A* Bilmlnl.tratrl of the. Estate,: of lilt Yon for are Divorce hereby. ,and notified r..tora part of" T.ot of Five Tot. Four(5), 10/26 4t !t10. -. ....
i part were Mrs. Mildred DiliI Colson and Mrs. John J: If Hn.I.'av., In.a".I mnldon ,y (60) HlKbee'a Pay- :: "n. '
IIij Deas. name line been full .. I ;; ; : :
ij, If You Have I kins. Mrs. M. M. Shepherd. Mrs.T. rirat,, publication November Dili you In the above. named Court map In :Map Ttonk fl, !VOTICK A.rr'HR. undersigned Notl In. In herely'g"I''h. ,\ '< ...
' lBl' among the public rec n ClrruK fourt. Ilmd'ord County, .nICOM"oI l
( cauen and'
( .
( F. Landrum. Mrs. It. O. Dana- The Lorena Eppcmon: circle Mrs.. ll/D 4t 11/30 i i copy of you ynur are answer required to. 'l.. County, Flori 'lorlilifl' In Chancery.nnn aunalr the flrtltfoiiH nni, ," 'I",

l J. PINE OR CYPRESS by and Mrs. James Seymour. A B. T. Thomas. circle leader. met 10 the.. oompliilnt., ", nn the or ...'.. of Arthur Thom Kronecky Krosecky Defendant., Plaintiff vs. John J.County Newborn Florida Stmlfo, "Ptnrk ami" P''.' A.1rd\: in

recording by Mrs. George Martin j II at the home of Altnrnit T Frank Tjin.lruni.. \' date of the. register dl ,
TIMBER TO SELL Mrs. L. N. Picker- \0"11 0I'I'N Sit Florliln and fits death of Case No. 1751n nn flotlllnu a P. tho
was played. Mrs. T. K. McClane I Ins Tuesday afternoon. I n (In-nlt (......t. llrnclCurtl foun closed Mrs. .lorlilnl In ( hnnrrrr.o.irico ('ourt,, before the !,,' Henry T. White as To: John KroHecky, whose. real-lence of RYftdfnrd County, Florul.i:
with on ,
the or the
Large or Small Tracts meeting prayer. ]Pickering opened the 10th the Lastuii .
meeting ( C. (farter rinlnllff. va. Iva IJec'uib'r 1351 mill anal nddresa la: riD Municipal Worth O. :Newbern fl* .' ,
The love gift was $14.27. with ; otherwise the Jessie Devlne. De anltorlum Otlsvllle New .
prayer. I II. Carter Dnfonclunt, York. tOll!! I I' 1 Ie
We Buy All The program topic "Child Case. No. 3772 .
h U} wall '\011.*. Tn Aniipnr.
Training" with Mrll. C. J. Powell 'To: I vn II Carter, whoRe residence.
PAY TOP PRICES nd Mrs.. Pickering taking 8'' Unknown.
Beware Coughs' business Cession Yon art hereby nntlfli'd. that n
wan conduct
Ir O ii by the circle leader Mrs. H.< T. "' suit.(julnut for vou Ilvom0 In the has. above loan nnm filed,,d COME I. Let show

: From Common Colds Thoma" ('"..rt and cause und you are. r- us
\ JVrile or Call The ''I"lr..1 to ..erv.a co| { meeting closed with pray ewe r or nlfmillnKS to the "...nwlnlnton
That HANG ON er by Mrs. F. L. Hough. the riitlntirfd Atturnpv Zilch H.
niiKln..., ROI T.yni-li lliilldlnic Jack
Creomuhion r"lievespromptlybecause .nhvllln, l-'lnrlda mid flln the orlKlnI .
B.T.THOMASLUMBER it goes right to the teat of the trouble The Daisy Fowler Circle met at I In the office of the. Cleik of the
to help loosen and expel germ laden th& home of Mrs. Lex Green Tues I Inult C'Hirt on or Ixfnrth.. loth

CO. heal phlegm raw.and tender.aid nature inflamed to soothe bronchial and I day one afternoon visitor with present.12 membersand ti lay he allcButlonn of Hrnber.: "" of. laid lllfil ; Complaint otherwise : how low be !

; PHONE 211-J membranes. Guaranteed to please you I Mrs. Green program (chairman I trucking costs can

,i P. O. Hex 735 or money refunded. Creomulsion has l led the devotions. Mimi Patsy Ben-
stood the test of millions of users.
I STARKE, FLA. ton sang three solos. Mrs. Green's BOASTtiilMlnir

',,1,1I CREOMULSIONI I program topic was "Countries of ]:

I I' Asia." Prayer was led by Mrs. L.I .
" 1 D. Halnes. The business meetingwas Florida N Our It..a<4tMill 5,500 reports NOT the result /

11 .L i.I i.. conducted by the circle leader \ Starving Hiii/.iinM: From of manufacturer's '

i I Mrs. Maxie Carter. fount to Coast. testing but .

PHONE 218 WANTED to BUY The Ida Darby-- Circle met at 1"ln:1l'rOlllltt: : Kemoxal of deo l owner-reported figures from

the home of Mrs. A. J. Thomas ('all I.., Horace, :Mule and Hogt,
PULP WOOD I. on-the-job operations I IIt' fOKDWCKecONOMTRlL
OLONIA1FLORIST Tuesday afternoon with 15 members hone "'LOltln.Ur.SUF.UERS., _
and one visitor present. ,
CROSS TIES I' Mrs. W. Lv Andrews led the STAKKK 133 orGAINESVILLE another Ford flnl! A complete record of

and Pine Timber I :business meeting and the chairmen 3330 CollectWELDINGII cost-to-run reports ranging over the

gave report. Community whole field of trucking. It's the book

mission for the month Is placing of final results from the nationwide Ford -4 /
I :
FLOWERSFOR 9Will l literature In hotels and tourist Truck Economy Hun! See it before \

courts. Offering was 113.85 with you buy ANY truck-nee how low '

ALL. OCCASION! Tay I ;$7 paid 1 to the pledge. trucking costs can be, for loads like 1' /
.P .
Highest Cash Prices :Mrs. Dave Patilk program leader yours, in ;your kind of work! "
gave Inspiring devotional. J 5'

:j FOR ANY SIZE TRACT The theme was Our Children. The This book is made up from daily

j (j) reading was from Proverbs followed on-the-job running coat reports by

'I 0 with prayer. ordinary truck operators doing everyday

: Mrs. Wilson gave an Interesting truck work. There were no "special"

DISH GARDENS -SEE- talk about the Royal Ambassador models in the Ford Truck Economy What should il cost per mile to run a truck? The only

POTTERY boy. Mrs. Paulk gave a poem Jlun. Every one of the 5591 trucks were way to find out is to check the running coot experience .

"Leading A Child." Mrs. A. J. stock model jobs equipped with the of other men in your kind of work! Now you

I POTTED PLANTS A. E. McKINNEY Thomas closed the meeting with We offer the people of SUrheknd standard Power Pilot can do that-for the first time-with this important

prayer. nw Ford service Only your Ford Dealer has itl

j FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE At Starke Taxi Stand I.I I. The next meeting will be with ilclnlty one of the most

i PHONE 150 IJ Mrs. Levy Stevenson with Mrs. N.
O. Maxwell as cohostess. modern am] finest equipped ..
Nona St EUrlc Starke Fla.
welding; shops anywhere. _ _

All Work Guaranteed J
I RURALCOMMON 7 i =- J "Only 2Ve a milel"! rr

I SMITH'S GARAGE .1 :ii' _:_. _ ; Contractor C.V.. Miller '

Every Branch of SENSE (address on request) ran
I AND MACHINE SHOP / g5.__, hia Ford F-l Pickup

INSURANCEH. ny Sputli Johnson I II Temple Ave. Starke "'.' 8,189 miles in the six-
I n' 4- rmonth Ford Truck

LITINK IVINTKIl Economy Run. "Wa

.VAN :MKAN: UXKGF.lt I 4' -:. t pent $181.41 for gnu,

CK01IN M'.MMEH: : .. I I oil and maintenance.That's .
C. WALL ', ..0 a running cost of -

Blue lupine planted during the I.et Us Thoroughly I only 2Hi a milel" C. W *"".'

PLEASE I'HOXE 1IG next few weeks can mean better Covers every Important truck-using; business I

crop and more money to many Wash Your Clothes No matter what you haul-appliances, bn. ad c ''

Constant Service northern Florida farmers next hardware gravel, logs, or almost any load*-yo',
s iimnier. I I ..,,.
9 Pounds find on-the-job running cost evidence in this Uo

If properly fertilized and planted Come in and see itlF !
and turned under at the right time I For 40c! C -

early next spring, this crop will
: R.B.ALVAREZ&SON TRANSFER AND mean a savings in fertilizer bills FREE Bleach If Desired !

STORAGE CO. an I cI cotton and other crops that are Ford -8 BIO JOB and on all on this

.... .'-- -_. "7:: I planted after It. Not only that e The POWER PIUVT give you today's the Ford Trucks from FORD TRUCKING LESS
I C"o o... 1" -- .' but It will provide good cover for the least gas! The result in the Economy Hun

. .....-. 1*.B.uMfaz.c We P"1"" local the loll and prevent excessive wind We Will The Keport book Hook shows prw that whAt the pOWER PiLiyr can do! ___
'SON&I I l
I- .' tnni.fiA long distance I and water erosion. out cf 2 Ford F-S BIG, .os, ,
In the 22.000 G.V.\V, 11 bectuM FOld Truck last kmitrf! Uiln MM| !ia'chi, ,
;) MOVING range ran fur less | itilitiillail dill on 7.311.000
r *... .-___ A anyi h"en u's- Moat farmers who have grown Dry Your Clothes 4J a mile, than Uli ImuiMct tipnti Drove Foul InsiSt .toil tonftr!

..iz this excellent cover crop on their For A..f.t,,'... of .............. tet_,.. .ed It;I'M M Wiu ral.4 It ..._.., KOMI (MNraluff.1 If ""'' '".,.
,, li ; EXCELLENTSTOKAGK; l land In winter do not have to be 20c

told the advantages of
planting It.
? 0 In New
: for have obtained Automatic Driers t
they much more

3rm satisfactory yields of corn and ANDREWS

Agents For FACILITIJE9 ther crops that they have planted MOTOR CO.Madison

: aftfr plowing under the lupine at .

IJELCIIERBROS. peak cf growth Inthe prlng- The %Washeteria

There are farmers however '
many rwho
.. ,3See ifirst! & Adams Sts.
still !
-- have not gone: In for STARKE 113
l planting it In fields that will be I I FLORIDA Phone

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I, .ot, December RHS Tornadoes etter inns

it. !vrk if November of Circuit Vs. ]

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Can No. 8764

-"p.' : whORPI
I I flrSUels: aneral

a p., '"mufr'led that a
S., rh ??. been filed
Iht above named 1951 Schedule
.. and you are re-
,tn".Au..rn..V. th5"my of T.your Frank nnomplalnt on- i 1w

Flnrlda and file
1,'15.. ffire of the Clerk
,, or before thernb"r

i 1"_I ..R .of 1951.Id, other-Com- SEPTEMBER 21 WILLISTON-7 BHS. 20
-'Ik. ,, confeiifleel' by ,

.._..hull r. four be coni-ecutlve publlehed Adults SEPTEMBER 28 SEABREEZE-12 BBS-14 Students .
[for nlford.' County ,

:F\T.. the day l) Circuit A.of J. Thomas October Court, C OCTOBER 5 PALATKA -19, BHS 7

'. ppuly Clerk.U2

flrl.,D To' llriiiiford.1'\. 4t County.rrimTff 11 '23PPF.'n .' S 75c OCTOBER 12 P. K. YONGE 7, BUS 7 25c

I pal"I.t.,' .. Case. v.No Stanley, 8163 1 OCTOBER 19 NewSmyma-O, BHS -14

whose relr '-
I; 'Iten '
'i I m .notified I'nknnwn that a
hoe been filed NOVEMBER DELAND12 BBS-14
'Iht above named ,

.'". and oomplnlnt you of ,vour are' an-reipy on- NOVEMBER 9 ST. LEO -14 BHS -19 '

All..,inev T. Fran '
Florida ami *U <..f the Clerk, 1
1 i n or before theI.r NOVEMBER 16 KETTERLINUS HERE
'. 1951: other .
.of "alcl ("<
I it ,,11 ..confenpetl h.. published by NOVEMBER 21 GREEN COVE THERE .

I k fur fi lir connecutlvo '
I If, rd County Tele.day ;


| FAt A. J. Thomas,
' oC the Circuit Court
D liver, Deputy Clerk ...
11 2 4t 11 21I : .

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I.url. llrniKoril. County.4nnrrA .
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Prew, whose
M-r KiKlnnld. Columbia Huffirden ,, ,,, .. ... .......-----." .-...... ,"'" -_... ., .. ,..

."I"' has n.>tlfled been that filed a Compliments of Everybody Out For Tonight's Gam! Onward Tornadoes! Compliments of
the above named

1 I.ii 1 rr Spy the of complaint your' n1 Lawson's Market & Cold Storage DOWLING AUTO SALES

I'I Attorney hay PelPlilldlnir Meat! V. H. SOl at Rod 100 General Supplies
, Daytona See the Tornados beat-but eat Lauson's
> id I file the nriRlnal.the .
'. Clerk of the ("11'- .. ..-., .,..,, ... ,.... .. ,
'fore the Drd day v w. u..efa.f -- +- ..... ..,....__... ... ......,
'"it: otherwise the
' d Complaint will Electric Service & Supply I st Wishes to the Team .
- chilli,ifKpd, b by. published von See You At Bradford Park Tonight Mow 'Km! Down, Tornadoes

It fee four consecutive J. R. 'KITE Owner SETZER'S SUPER STORES'C.
f .ailford County Tele.day E. T. Shull Plumbing & Heating H. DRIGGERS

of October. Let's Support the Tornadoes .Starke, Florida Furniture"
I'hone 111Best
OEH.) A. J. Thomi.
."f.the Circuit Court I "" ..., ...- .- ,,,.
I i ir. Deputy Clerk I ., ., ..
11/2 4t 11/23 -J
Closed Tonight we've gone to the Game! It's A Pleasure to Back the Tornadoes .
f'Po TO. Hrndlord\PPF.jart. "Coaat.. Wishes' Of I A flood I Team Like the Tornadoes

P ,fondantCa Plaintiff, v.. El Rancho Drive-In Restaurant esenes Your Support

.e No r" Phone 118. Starke George xopelonaoe
'. ..ir. of Starke BARKSDALE'SGEM
_ .. 301 North
T wnoee reel
1\ IK ton. 'harlot.notified I" ......,... ............. .
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that abeen

above named fit "' to Support the Tornadoes with your presence Go Get; 'Em Tornadoes
id you are re* Be present tonight( to cheer our boys JEWELRYStarke's

t'' py of your an. L. B. Alvarez Service Station Starke Builders fr
," the complaintltlnrneye Victory Supplies
Evan Leading Jeweler I
n, ?':v Anll. Jr. Auto Supply Temple & Call Street Carl John Seaboard Itallrniulutcli
illillnir.file the orlwlnrierk Jack' Farm, Home & Inspector ...

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'Vore the SrSrS.rSSSStr'''" .." W' .IN..M. .enNewNN.Ne---------- .L..IM.MMM..M IM.", .. ,,,..
1 otherwl" .n

.he..1..i1 Cnmnl"published nv vou We're Behind You, Tornadoes I You'll Arrive Safe at the Game with Come on out and !boost t' our team Best Wishes From

)r' consecutiveIford County TORODE CHEVROLET CO. FIRESTONE TIRES Western Auto Associate Store Temple & Lake Service Station i

of O. I I I- J. p, Robert Motor J. F. JaiulonCompliments Good r.Ilt'k Tornados i
Sale* & ServiceCompliments
A J. Thom.n

I Deputy:rrult Court Clerk, ,.e,. w.._...... ..__,.. ...___ w_________________________ r.....---i.... ", ,- -.. .., .--- .1i
11 2 41 11 21Jp v ."

n. ) irl'to of) STARKE MOTOR COURT of ''Il. .

|7"...'.llrafnril... | Connlr. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
I.'i S. Florida! Power & Light Co. .1". ,U

...,. 'a.. No I7f '> We're Tornaolo Fala..1 Leading Motor Court We're Proud to be Tornado Boosters! a .JIll

de reel.
whrxe .. ,,, ..... .. .. ...... ..
titled that 41 .. ,,, .. ... ..., ----- I: ';' 'v, .. ...
has been -J

.the"oJ .hove YOU are name,.- Best Wishes Team Compliments from Bring Home the Bacon, Boys! Let's Fill the Stands! for Tonight's Game

l II y of your .n-
" \tt! the">rneyH complaint, EvenT After the Game Meet Me At H. C. WALL AGENCY KOCH DRUG STORE WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE

I, Kvanft' .* JrFulldlnr. .
Ja-ck- CENTRAL DRIVE-IN All Kind of Insurance Starker Florida Hot Point Appliances'
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UOV1G1951 ,
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II Coach Hobbs Only Man In County Hampton Baptists To Celebrate 60th Anniversary In New Church CONSERVATION=- ---= lI <

I Who Is Happy Over New Tax Bill I FARM 1

I By George Brown
Well It's nice to know that ': cents more for a case, and wine Cons.r.aon(| ,

SOMEBODY is happy over the up about 2.5 of a cent on a bottle A: I
new and generally st lifer tax bill i of light table wine and up 1 2-5 I' Plans for conservation
| were recently developed for ; ,
which wad passed by Congress cents a fifth on sherry and port
and Into effect Pipe smokers may get a break farms of Leon Conner and ; '
recently went I' -aryrr' e eE r I : ', ," i
November 1.Bradford, The rate on pipe tobacco-and on Cone, both of whom are also t
snuff e visors of the Bradford Soil ,
High Coach James chewing tobacco and -goes ,
i ,
Hobhm, for Instance, Joyfully exclaimed -1 down eight cents a pound to 10 v' servation District These .
1, '1
"Man, oh man!" when In- cents. provide for the use of their t t
law cancels There'll be higher (axed, probe
formed that the new land within Its capability and ., J
out the heretofore Imposed 20 percent ably passed on to the buyer, for the'j: r
treatment in accordance with
Federal tax on admission to motor vehlcleR-paaH..n cars, !

high school athletic games. motorcycles, trucks, truck trailer b r need for protection and .; ,

"')fllot 20 cents that Uncle Sam and busses, all going up three pot JftS ment, which Is the basic t"

1 has been taking out of every dollar cent of the manufacturer's price r of soil conservation activities of
The Increase U In prospectfor -a.
we received at the gate Is same + ,
: U S. of
Just the margin profit we reed to auto parts and accessories.The A1w ,
put our athletic program on a present seven per cent tax :
I pay-as-you-go basis," Coach Hobbs on halide trailers however, has I I
Dan Starling: accompanied ,
'f l said "We have been pushing for been repealed.There's ,- .-- --- .u ____ .
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years to get that tax lifted and new 10 cent tax to Callahan where we picked up
a per
Add another to the fast growing number of new churches In Bradford County. The Hampton
needless to nay we are overjoyedthat on a. variety of household appliances
Congress haj at )lust seen the ...clothes driers, door chimes, Baptist Church, which Is celebrating its 60th Anniversary this week, Is shown above left as it was

light." )I.I dehumidifiers, disnwo.Jiers, floor before remodeling. The church was built in 1893. At right above Is Its present pastor, Rev.

r\ Tho new bill also gives a break, polishers, food choppers, hedge Robert Giay. The picture Below was made after the addition wag made to the old church and the OUTSIDE SNOW WHITE PAll

to civic organizations/ that trimmers, Ice cream freezers, electric entire structure wan remodeled and reconditioned.
: sor shows, falrj I and other 'BPon"1 I garbage disposal units, man TITANIUM, LEAD and OIL "

tainment on a non-profit basis gles, power lawn mowers __ _., ., _. .U_. ,,,. ,e,_ w ____ ,._ _<.. C $4.95 VALUE.. ... _
... ,i '&" '.v"" A Paint depend.. :
: can
\o'C.a. you
20per en
The '
for charitable cent boost r'
purposes. 10 applies '
It cent levy Is also lifted on admissions This t to same movie or per still picture projectors I ..... < ,_.-.. 'ire : P.. lta turn not to yellow..cold peel rub, wash on money-off or ,.. 2-

J of,this type. but the tax on cameras, :! \ back guarantee. ** Gal(v
cl But that's about all that arly- lenses' and other photographic appliances L.J R Over million gallons sold Fret ht
'1 one can be happy over In the new \ will be 15 per cent. or tsNUw. Ixcellent coverage for brick 10M.a.
$5.691OOO.fKH! ) tax>,!: bill. This Is 10 per cent less than It has been. \ wood concrete) and cinder .' .. or
block. Sampl. ..
.:...c can. SOc. -i
what It will mean for most You can figure on paying more -" ""tt: --:- .Save Money On This Special Factory f,
Americans: for !golf clubs, bowling balls and tt ; .. -
J '''',
\1 1, Your Income taxes are going tennis rackets-.the tax Is going up ... SNOW WHITE PAINT CO
tip You'll be nicked for about 11 from 10 to 15! per cent But all

per cent more Income tax than baseball equipment and sports ie Y P. O. Box 86 Jacksonville, Fla! ,
n you are paying now, You'll begin Item used by schools, or Intended
to notice It In the withholding tax chiefly for children, aren't taxedat 1..

1 I on your paychecks almost right all. 1
, 1" away, for the new higher rate Another Increase you might! pj1fh IS r
r i r rt,1 3S
nl ?hf .
, j 1 begins to apply November 1. keep In mind: Fountain pens me- y

I i 2, Taxe on many of the things thanlcal ponUls and cigarette j.,_._
lighters, not taxed now, are subject :
'j you buy are going up, too. In Two '
many cases this Increase will be tot new 15 per cent tax. WrPi: \'

i passed along/ to the buyer Cigarettes You're likely to save money, J IBrjik
I ra
i, : for Instance will go up however, on such typical Items as Ton *;
about one rent a pAck A new I these: r-.
J car that costj $2,000, today will Under

I cost about $2,0110. Now new bill Chevrolet Trucks T os :S"mt.

The compromise lax bill which Telegrams $1.25 $t,15 ;; .." ,
Congress finally sent to the White Electric bill 4 14 4 00 '
: i
'I House does give relief\ to some Baby nil powder 1,20 1.00) : Axle.
; i : 2-Speed -- Long and Short Wh1949's
\ taxpayers however I Now, what about that tax : !

: j If you're n single (person and bleak for home owners? ,. r-liiiitl'
head of household If sell
I a you sell Well, nt present If you your h '
your home lid buy another house any profit you make .Is taxable r ;r' 1 ---, i ; I LONG WHEELFor
{i IJ
I ,
;; a year, If 're elderly and have Hut under ,.. .. .',
I .you I I as a capital gate "'''''' .",""'.1-- ) ," I 12 or 14-Foot Body 1,095;
jl heavy medlenl the. bill It won't be taxable .
expenses .
you may new
I ... .. -- .. .
.. .. ,
. -
bo For 16-Foot
.1 a liltlo helter off tuxwlse than,: .provident. you Invest It In another __ I .. 1 Body 1,19
you have been this year. I home within a year or tne Male.Isere -- ---------
\ And the new bill will slightly'' are two other !groups that I Sunday, November 18, Hampton C Gray Jr.? accepted the pastoraU. tributions for the three years past been taken. In addition to local Short Wheel Base 995.00
of the Hampton church In November hav.' come to a total of $20,001) the church now upends
; I Soften the tax Impact on a few may benefit from the new bill: Baptists arc planning to observe I I expense
business and farm the 60th anniversary of their 1019, while studying at Stetson Building/ additions Include an educational $100 per month on mission causesIn
groups 1. Persons over 65. They can I 1950's {With Above Wheellase SfJOIi: ) ,
University. After graduation for the
of building Sunday foreign places.
There's one way a businessman deduct all their medical church, the third anniversary
, i expenses he and Mrs. Gray moved to Hamp school and complete renovations Services will begin In the morning
can cut his tax load: The new with a limit of $2,1.00 for Individuals their present pastor, home-coming
low makes It easier for him tc or $5,000( for a married' and Hpeclal recognition of the ton. of the outside of the original auditorium at 10:00 and last through the Also large selection of new and used Farm Tra,
Ii' During the last three years, Sun- and annex. A cooling system day with a basket lunch to be
" lake In members of his family couple. Other persons 1'01I..duct achievements of their building and Machinery. Drop us a card or call :Miami 7"
as partners, so that the total earnings program. day school attendance has Increased for the summer and gas heatIng served at noon. Special speakers
such only if they're more will call ,
expenses from of 23 to 125. been Installed and be heard 780152, and our representative on )'OU
for has
I( of the business can be taxed than five per cent of gross Income. When J, K. and R, M. Williams, an average winter singers will on on
at a lower rate. 2. Bachelors, unmarried women brothers who were traveling Bales- Training Union Is organized with as well as flouretcent and neon i afternoon program which will begin

For at leo.<.it nine out of 10 taxpayers widows widowers or divorced per man from Alachim, first moved DO In. average attendance. The l lighting to brighten the appearance shortly after lunch. All members MOTOR

I I,. however, the news from sons. If they are heads of households to Hampton back In 1800, they Church has gone from half-time of the building front. Presentindebtedness former members and pastors, WILLIAMSON
Washington is bad
I 1 II Take few they can split part ot their Immediately recognized the need to a full-time program with over of the church Is less and friends are cordially Invited

j Here's a a bachelor typical cases with : a net Income couples for tax have purposes b"l'lallowe,1, all married to for the a Baptist community Church and to became be locatedIn interested 70 people having been baptized I than $1000 and the first pledge or to be present for all of the day'sactivities. 5700 N. W. 27th Ave. MIAMI: F FSOMETIMES

n l'' income of $3,000 a yearthat Is do for :several years. This will In organizing: one, A few I during this period. Financial con- solicitation for money has never .
: he has that much after making large savings for years before, a Mr. Boland Hall
mean a fairly
, deduction. for contrlb'itlons, interest ,
those In the middle-Income and Had donated the land for a church
and the like. His Income high-Income brackets. and cemetery (what Is now Santa
tax Is $188 a year at present. Now Fe Cemetery near Hampton lake)
i rl! it will go up to $!i"2. 3. Combat soldiers. No Income and a meeting place for the old q, ".,.,m Ilttl"-..
I, tax for enlUted men and non-coms '1. :
Or consider a married couple "Santa Fe Pond Baptist Church"was '
In month In combat
any they are
I .1 with two children net Income erected. This site was Impractical
zones. The exemption applies to
1 $. .OOO a year. Uncle Sum takes for those members living
the first' $200 a month pay of of-
I $327 from them now. After November ficers. back In the town, however, so manyof Z
: 1 he'll take $!i77. the town residents. who were ,

I The tax bite get sharper as your Here's a one-two-three" on the Baptist came together In the Fall
tax outlook for
i i income rlsej. corporations: of 181)0) In order. to start another I
. l I If your company makes more church which could with and
$23.000-a-year man with a wife '
than $25.000: ( it year profit, you'llpay
I serve the community. By Marchof
and two children
pays a
02 per cent out of each additional
year at present. He'll $7,004 1801, the main structure of the
pay dollar to the Government
I L hereafter, present auditorium was completed
starting last April 1. The I
i pr'''s-
\ As for that fabulous individual, tax Is 47 cents I and dedicated with a membershipof II
'''y; the single man with a milllon-a- Also, the celling for taxes on fifty-neven and the Rev N. T. II I
I King serving as first pastor. The
" I year net Income: The Government long-term capital gains goes up
:i lets him keep $130,0np now Hence from 25! to 2(1( per cent. Williams brothers had donated the.
' forth It will leave him $120,000 There are some technical land and the members themselves I

1I\ Just how the new excise taxed changes In the 30 per cent excess hnd worked diligently' for several I
I that profits tax that will mean higher
means the
taxes on things
i you months until the building was
I'' buy v.111 effect the consumer Is taxes for many corporations but
j'i hard to Iredlct.ith the fate of lower rates for some other .
the especially new or growing ones.For In a session of the Santa Fe
1\\\\ new tax bill in doubt until
j, the last minute, manufacturersweren't the tint time, there will be River Baptist Association In 1302, ..
': a tax on the undistributed earning ... ,
I eager; to ;say what they the church was accepted as a member x
., of cooperatives and on mutual
would do about passing along a tax and remained active In that
I a,: increase that hadn't been voted yet. savings banks and building and
loan associations. association until 19iO.! when membership
It appears certain, however, that| If all this saddens remember -
you was transferred the New
I :price Increases will follow these tax this:
boosts* Caroline, from 1 1-2 to 2 River Baptist Association./ The
j There I It every reason to expect oldest living member It has
only with
cents a gallon; liquor, from $9 to I a Presidential request for furthertax a Way Women
$1050; a 100-proof gallon, or about Increases next :year: Congresshas living charter member Is Mrs. "MIt.

26 cents more on each fifth or({ voted only a little more than \laYllard: 01, who now resides

ordinary whiskey beer up from $8(half of the new taxes Mr Truman In Alachua with her daughter.The .

to $9 per barrel, or about seven.wanted. present pastor Rev. Robert

-------; ;;.. : : we think that too little It's the woman who has an eye for style and its smart performance -!i's'

is given to the fair sex style and fine fabrics-and a nose for spaciousness and comfort and its

f I WELL WHATDAYA KNOW in automobile advertising. economy. On both counts, a Buick is thrift.

I After all, it's the woman of the house tops. How about taking time off, some

REMINGTON SLASHES PRICEON who has to do most of the shopping, But we suspect something else. We afternoon, to boss around a \ ) ?.
thrill OUiwhich
It's date that's bound to
involves getting into tight that a
NON.sunTnACTI suspect a woman gets just as
ADDING MACHINE places at the curb. And it's surprising lift(
MODEL 7171.I great a as a man from command.NO OTHER CAB saviors JILL THIS

what tight spots a Buick can fit into at ing this great-po 'ered and trigger-

I FROM $127 TO $120 TAXES ri.us n turn of the wheel. will.quick bundle of vitality to bow to her WHEEL DYNAFLOW COIL/ SPRINGING DHIVE FIKBALL DUAL/ VENTILATION ENGINE;

I It's the woman who likes complete PUSH BAR FOREFRONT TOROUETUBEDRIVE

I freedom from things that it takes an Here's a car to win any woman's WHITE' .GLOW INSTRUMENTS DUfAMUNl STYUNO/

I engineer to operate-and a complete heart-by its Ie\cl-gaited stride_its WHEN aeita MJTOMOIILU tutLTWKX win awu> wW I

i and utter freedom from mechanical willing:! response to

World's Fastest Keyboard I complications is exactly what makes her hand on the II| J

Dynallow Drive* a joy. wheel-its I. .111.

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