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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 23, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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p> John !MathUllnu 25 the yard ball line.clown Rowe to the started Ketterltnu around Official County Publication Established In 1879 \l

paid Starke a visit his right end, but jWlt as he was .- i \

" IUrdS) night' bringing one being tackled, he ]lateraled off to Vlil i-ur uwvinivrv-TiiitirK! STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER:: !: S3. 1951 1
Carl Johns who carried the ball on NUMBER NINKTEKN
ball clubs with
., lst --- -- --
I ls over for the touchdown. The Ketterllnus t
:bat ic al fans have seen defense was *o bewildered School Board New Trial UnlikelyFor
nf a eaon, and whipped the that they kept' worklug on Freezing Weather Spoils I
w i 206. The game Walt not Rowe, even after Johns was withIn -: Attempts To Prove I r Two DefendantsIn Hopes
.. as the acore may l'.ie five yards of the line.Parkers Union Thanksgiving Service :
ever. for local folks de- goal Readiness To PayT. Jordan CaseThe
.bun kick waa no good and the Of Pre-Christmas
Tornadoes' perform.
the Berry Crop
score became 13-6. J j
U slsn bring the best they Ketterllnus scored the A. Yawn. local attorney representing attorney who defended
all season. last the School Board In the Karl Austin and Henry Austin Jr.
n touchdown] of the
bitter cold, and the fact that working the ball game Into when scoring! after "Case of the old Bonds", filed a 1- I In the trial last week of four young Below freezing temperature for t|

lime had been postponed territory from the mid-field stripe, statement Saturday morning In an men charged with assault with Intent Pecan Prices Improve I eight hours and 50 minutes Mon. |
to Saturday night be- attempt to that the Board to commit murder said day i
lYiday Byrd ran his ]left end from 22 prove they morning took a heavy toll of
of f rain, resulted In the slim-] yards out and scored. His kick for haa been ready, willing. and able are not planning to file motionsfor In Monday's AuctionWhat bloom from Bradford County's 1

ittmdance of the season- the extra point was good. Score to pay off the bonds since 1941. a new trial. Slgsby Scruggs strawberry acreage and knocked' *
j 550. Gate receipts totaled 20-6. The bonds are those held by Ed attorney for the other two defendants will quite likely prove to out any' hope that grower might 4'
1364. First. Quarter Play Wright, a St. Petersburg bond was unavailable for a bo the final pecan auction at the have had for a pre-Chrlntmaa )
jib both teams showed' a lot After Starke won the toss and dealer, who has asked that the statement but no motion has been State Farmers:: Market here this
ltr offensively.] It seemed to elected to receive. Watson kicked bonds be paid off the coupons filed as yet. season will] be held Thursday, Nov. crop.The ]latest onslaught of Old Man 'I

breaks/ of Issue the game for both that to the BHS 18 where the ball was paid, and that he also be paid six T. A. Yawn, attorney for Earl] 29 beginning at 2:30: p.m.Trices Winter came last weekend following !
final ,
d the when It taken by McRae and returned to per cent compound interest since Austin said that "aftei reviewing( strengthened! somewhat a torrential rain and electrical ] .
tighten up at the sale here ,
,' uld when
The local the 32. McRae went up the middle the date the bond matured. This the case In which EMI was Monday storm Friday afternoon.
played became Green neressary.Cove Springs tackle for for two, Johns cracked right extra interest asked for would almost charged with assault with Intent etlnmted 19,012 pound$3.837.73.brought growers an The mercury began dropping Saturday

Wednesday night. ,but the six. McRae lost three double the amount that the to commit murder and was only Curtis and reached a low of 30
and Thomas punted' out of bound topped the market at
unknown as the Teew ] Board must pay. I found guilty of aggravated as- early Sunday morning.
us on the Ketterlinus' 28. from 20( to 23 1-2 cents per pound
nt to press early this Green Judge John A. H. Murphreej' sault I feel that It would be Unadvisable with one large lot bringing 21 After rising slightly during the j
Notwithstanding that t hit right guard for six: ruled last week that the Board to ask for a new trial." cents. day, the temperature did a repeat
the local teams record is; and Valentine] went up the middle I must pay the face value of the I I Yawn was appointed by the courtto nosedive about midnight. Sunday
for six more and FIRST METHODIST CHURCH In the two sates held here
die won, two lost and one Green tapped left a guard first for down.five bonds, but allowed 10 days in which I defend Austin the only minor far thin. season growers have sold so when It dropped to 30 again and j
I to file a motion proving they Were Involved' when Judge A. Z Ad- remained below
I and then on the next play, fumbled 51817 pounds of nuts for anesiimate.i freezing until 8
'I November 22 10:00
:erllnut broke the scoringthe with Ed Parker for the ready, willing and able to pay. Thursday, : A.M. klns learned during the first of return' of 1042470. a.m. Monday.
recovering
second quarterwhen Tornadoes The real' point to be considered, It : the proceedings that Austin was The low mark ranched Tuesday
the Ketterlinus
on
42.
r broke through right tackleS Prevatt went the middle for was explained] Is when the School Sermon by Rev. L. D. Haines without a lawyer.A Local morning was 3.1 degree
up Draft
yards out found running two, Johns Board made the funda available to J. Thomas Jr., said Tuesday Board Winter got an
tried left
Mitchell unusually
carried on over for theByrds guard for two Assisting Itev. T. G. Kev. Homer SwindaliSPEClAj. early
and try for the extra and Thomas kicked into the end the Hanover Bank of New York, morning that hi did not plan to Steps Up _. start this year when the mercury
and the visitors zone. which was the designated paying MUSIC auk a new trial. He reviewed the Rate dropped to 37 degrees on Nov. 4.
was {good Valentine ran right end for agency when the bonds were first case and said he and his client Of Induction A near-freeze wa recorded on
1 three. issued In 1923. High School Glee Club both felt] satisfied I Nov. 9 when
hit
:j-rlinus scored again In the Byrd center for five and I Local Board No. 18 an early season low
d quarter when after falling the next play saw Byrd fumble The School Board began ]looking t' Should the four men have been arrvlnll'Bradford of 33 was reached, The low for
.n on an end sweep and ac-: again and Ed Parker in fast to re for the bonds In 1941 and even Thanksgiving Offering Will (.'tt To Children's convicted of the charge placed and Union Counties, expects Nov. 8 was 33 degrees.
fa five yard penalty, Busmbered cover. The Tornadoes gained possession budgeted money that year with I Home Society, Jacksonville by the State, they would have a stepped up rate of Induction Although last year's November
] up his passing arm on the Ketterllnus 32. which to pay them off, And, they faced a maximum sentence of 20 by the first of the year In I II cold was more severe, It did not
'owed> to Tebault in the end I Prevatt went up the middle for wrote Wright several times In an: I'UHLIC CORDIALLY INVITED years. However, since they' were rail view for of the Defense' Department's; I begin quite so early. On Nov. 25,
mm the 15 yard line. Byrd's two on a trap play, Johns hit cen effort to locate the bonds thinkIng convicted only of aggravated assault ni)6."SO:\ men In January, 1950 the mercury hit a near-rec
pi t for the extra point was ter for one, Prevatt hit center for he probably had them, but the maximum sentence! that earmarking 48.0DO for the Armv ord low of 22.8. This cold wave
ad and Ketterllnus took a no gain and McRae fumbled on never received an answer Now, City Is Not REQUIRED To Pay may be Imposed is one year imprlHonment 11 nil( 11,651):\ for the Marine Corps. lasted through No.... 29 with below
ad. the fourth play with Johns recovering he has filed suit for the face valueof $300 fine or both. The January. call will be the' freezing tempera ture* recorded .
local boys scored midway Ketterllnus took over on the bonds and coupons plus the (argent since lust March when' I everyday during the

r third quarter after working (Continued to page 8)) compound interest, just before the I For Preparation Of Tax ReportAttorney 80000, were inducted. period. 3-day 1 I

Statute of Limitations would have lung Oil Mill Mrs. Rhoda Damplcr, Local]I The record low for November

School Children ruled such a suit Impossible. I Hoard clerk states that( she has I since the frost warning station

Guard Unit Wright's attorneys have 10 days: General Richard Ervin accept the statement and refuseto received Instruction to ,issue two (tarn been established here, was a
Given Four DayThanksgiving in which to file a statement of ruled Monday that the City of remit the tax money as well In BrookerIs calls for preInduction'examln"-, reading of 22,4 degrees on Nov.

Holiday pleading to the motion entered by Starke Is not required by law to Florida law provides that the tions -one on Nov. 27 for 16 men, 17, 1940.Sleepy.
bedules the School Board. The decision as pay the county tax collector for county may levy a special] five mill and one on Dec. 13 for 10 men.

All of Bradford County's 3,0001 j to whether the Board will have to preparing a statement showing the tax for the upkeep of all road* Sold By RFC These two calls.. coming' so close' Taxi Driver
school school left their school'] !pay the Interest will not be arrivedat amount of tax money due the City and bridges within the county, but together, Indicate that a large Induction
Cause
dice Problem buildings singing Wednesday after for another two or three weeks from the 'ounty.. that the taxes collected on any call Is In the offing, Mrs. Of Wreck

noon with nothing to look orwar;. because of the matters of law In The ruling was made after City property within the limits of a American Tung Oil Mills. Inc., Dumpier said although she has; Monday Morning

to but a four-day Thanksgiving' volved. Attorney George Patten wrote city must be shared equally with of Brooker was sold Monday morn-I not yet received notification of theactual ,

pt. Hugh B. Ingram, comluilf : vacation. They will not be requiredto E rvin, on Instructions of the City that city. There was no provision ,log at a Special Master's Sake. Induction, -,- ,- nunla---'-., For a moment or two. Mm.
( officer of the local Na- report for school again until' J. W. Thomas Home Council, asking If the City was required In the law, however, saying who the steps of the courthouse In I Induction has 'been very light Charles Kramer, West Call St., "

Guard unit, warned res- Monday morning. Badly] Damaged to pay for the service. Thebill will determine how much Is due a Starke for $131.098. The sale was' for the past year with the excep- thought someone had played a
of Bradford County this Also enjoying the four dabreak" y : for this year's statement had jolly every 'year and how much the made after the Reconstruction tion of the call last March for '13 joke on her early Tuesday Morning
| of a to be "' j In 1 Sunday BlazeM already been received from tax '..I'llon making the Finance Corporation foreclosed when IIhe went "
practice problem are the County's 100 search''will _be on men. Only.on*.,roan was Inducted 4 next Monday night school teachers, who have been on I collector I, R. .Kelly and totalled pgtid., or by whorrK two mortagea1. totaling $22 .0O.() In OctoberRobert Lee Moore' of automobile for trip to Jaekaon

lid you see Guardsmen fin .: t.lig'::) n<"e, prc-Jtchool planning Chief C, W. picket eatl-' '150.-: *, Stnrke has been paying the tax Lance Lazenby, Gainesville attorney Lake'Duller, who went to the Marine vllle." The car was up on the curb
artge things on thestreetsfirke began August 15. However, 'all I mated the damage to the home of However It was pointed out,i collector for this service since represented the buyer, Corps and the first thing she looked for
and run across several good things must end and Ute Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas, which the tax collector Is under no obligation .' "time Immemorial" but In to recent Jerome! Kleinman of New York It Is since was a jack that might have been
]last
'IV road blocks, don't bes, children that walked through" caught fire Sunday afternoon, as to prepare' such a statement council meeting it was decided City, who la also] a trustee for two the Marines only. August that used by some prankster
alarmed," he said, "for it'sJake school building doors Wednesday being In the neighborhood of for the City every year I to ask for the attorney other men :whose names were not through have been taking men However, when she reached the
believe." afternoon happy at the thought of 2500. The house Is located on either. Should he refuse to make /general's ruling/ all to whether or available The new owners will Corps Selective Service The other side of 'tic} automobile, there

I a vacation will walk back throughthe Pine Street near the Intersection' the statement for nothing as Is not they have to pay It. operate the mill under the name on previously. depended entirely was no doubt about what had happened. -
enlistments.
.h an' inning an thH Unl same doors :Monday morning with Alton] Road. probable, there Is nothing the City Now, they have the ruling, but of Southern Oil & Chemical Co., Someone hail. piled Into the
a (1\11 DiHtuhranre prohi sorry that the vacation Is over. Pickett said someone came up or the County can'do about it. they're no better off. They either Inc. There will be no major Records reveal a total of 71 men side! of her car during the night
i and the matter IB rut Ire- to the fire station and told them For that matter, the County would have to pay someone to make the change In personnel at the mill. Inducted through the local board' and damaged It to the extent that
)puthetIcal.. ] The <5uar(l..- I about the fire, since there were probably be made very happy, for statement, someone approved by A cashier's check In the amountof since Selective] Service began func, It could not be driven.

thlll case, Will be th..... Live Bait FarmUnderway no phones In the area. By the it would not have to remit those the county, or they can't expect $34.000 was given as a binder tioning again! under the act of Naturally, Mr. Kramer' was
helping local law eii- time the Fire Department arrived, taxes. due the City because the the county to remit half the taxes Monday morning to A, J. Thomas I 1948. Up until ]last January the very perturbed for she was on her
tln" officer* In protecting the house was burning furiously amount would be unknown.On It was pointed out that the tax Jr.. who served as special masterIn Local Board served Bradford, Clay i way to Jacksonvlll to meet her
'. prisoner brought here i Inside and there was little] that the other hand should the collector Is In the bet position to the sale Balance of the money and Union Counties. Now Clay hasa husband' who was scheduled to

nliin County for safepinK. could be done. It was a one story City, decide to search the tax col- make the statement, for he Is acceptable was to be forthcoming within two board of Its own. arrive by train. Local police, however
The story na. told frame dwelling. l ector's books and make the to both days. When the
statement the City and the January call Is completed soon placed her mind at rent
uy: I In Pickett said Mr. and Mrs itself, the job would be time- County. However, it's not his The foreclosure applied only to a total of 791,330 men will and told her what had happened

November 21 (this Satur Keystone Thomas reported they had left the consuming and expensive because duty and unless someone (the the crushing mill Itself, and did have entered the armed service Russell Gatlln, a driver for
a prominent Lake Butler house just a few minutes before the Individual making the searchouldnt city) Is willing to pay him for the not affect the related varnish di through Selective Service' since the Akrldge'a Taxi Service, had driven

'"i was brutally attacked and I Plans for a wholesale] bait farm the fire broke out and they had w be familiar with the extra work involved, he doesn't vision Tung Oil Products, Inc., or system was re-e tllbll"he.1 In Sep around the corner that morningand
d of a considerable] sum ofy r on the east side of Lake Geneva turned out the oil heater before books. Even should the City go t have to do It. the vast tung grove holdngn.! tember 1050.' The Army will have gone to sleep.] The result: he
and jewelry. Sheriff Clem- were released this week by T. W. l leaving. The cause of the blaze to the trouble and expense of having The matter will probably come It Is expected that the mill will received 718,300 men and the Ma drove right Into the side of Mrs.

was able to obtain a fairly Baker owner. He will be assisted; was listed on the Fire Depart- l someone else make the ...ara'h'l up for dlHcimslon at the Council begin Its lung nut crushing operations rine 48.030. Neither the Navy nor Kramer' automobile. Mrs. Kramer
ment's records as being unknown, the County could easily I Meeting about Dec. 1. A "fair" the Air
was
'1Ile description of her at- i In the venture by his sons and thetirOl's Tuesday night. tung Corps have called for consoled to a certain degree -
n from Mrs. X before she name will be T. W Bakerand but possibly defective wiring nut crop Is reported this season. draftees so far, depending on volunteer upon learning the taxi wa

abed to a serious case of Sons, he said. The damage of estimate Includedthe CpI. Daniel Tyler Yo' Gotta' Pay It was learned that the new enlistments damaged a* badly or more so>
cost the furnlnhings.
owners have than her .
car.Damag.
She the former of expressed Interest In
|Is now In the Alachua] I Baker Is owner
.I Hospital where her con- Baker's Fish. Camp In Keystone Due HomeIn Worm Or Plug growing castor brans and processing E. O. Stewart Resigns wa estimated to be

r,1 l II described as "very crlt Heights, but recently sold out to Postal Rates I December castor oil In the plant. Post In $1OO.I

a family from Daytona Beach. His IncreaseJanuary ,. According to a recent ruling by Already developed and i In use at Keystone ;
'truman Q. I. Fillingim apd son.- Bill. Is the Telegraph's popular L Attorney General Richard W. Er the plant Is a method whereby oil Next Election Dec. 4 Local Woman NamedTo
I First 1 1It yin fishermen must have a licenseto Is
'ndP! the suspect at the New fishing columnist. extracted from orange needs Head
f'crossing known as Scout The farm will consist of a number fish with a rod and reel even Ifthey're that were formerly thrown out In Mr. 11:. O. Stewart, clerk treasurer -
Bridge. There was a brief of ponds for the hatching and you've got a ]lot of post card using worms for bait. juicing and canning plants down and registrar of the City of Red Cross Course

|'nge of shots which terminated I raising of minnows and 61 pits for writing to dobetter get busy Ervln's opinion stated that: state Keystone Heights for II years, resigned -
His negro fugitive ran onrntIIIition t I the breeding of earthworms. No right now. For the rest of thl '., "When a person elects] to use a because of 111 health Tues Friend. here will be interested
He was. captured retail business will be done at all, month and December you clin mall rod and reel to do still I fishing,: Starke ChurchesTo day night HN wife, who hall to know that Mrs. Wm. B. Royd.
t desperate struggle In which I Baker said The only way a fisherman a post card for the old price of rather than a pole and line, he Is served on the City Council for II daughter of Mr. and Mr*. W H.
l gin' suffered minor Injuries may obtain any of their bait one cent' But after January 1, ItT required to purchase a fishing Sponsor JointThanksgiving years aln l o turned In her resignation. Nollman of Stacks has been named .
f''ted l by a pocket knife. : i Is by buying It from a fishing cost you Just twice as much. :p'i' license as provided by law. I do not Service Instructor for a special courseIn
camp where it Is on sale. The hike to two cents was part '.. think the fact that the rod and reel l So' far. three mass feeding arranged by theni
p negro, John Jone Romu of a postal raise bill that Congress .. "' Is baited with a worm or live bait j' Annual] Union City DOHltlorm in tt\ Croll" ChaDle.----r'--. .In'tt.. -., T.>...tA.."..
W The Bakers have three ponds In I' Thanksgiving government are without
: burg.
*hlngton Lee Ill. wasallIleiI before adjournment. rather than with '
passed artificial] bait Service
!, nominees
< ''. operation now, all of which were sponsored by churches of even though the eec] The course I Is designed to train
I Iw
sheriff second makes "
Clrmmoimf ] to '
Another raise material
applies difference.
dug with a dragline two years ago. any Starke: Thursday, Nov. 22. 10 a.m. tion Is net for Tuesday, Dec. 4. No women for
pile In r:; :1 community emergi
the :
Union County class] mall. This Includes maga-
The Between now and the spring Baker Rev Thomas G. Mitchell, pastor I ore qualified for Mayor before the rica when cooking and nerving on
following morning aWirahlH said they plan to dig another zines and newspapers. Including ; Masons Slate Meeting, First Methodist Church, presiding. I I qualification date expired and the a large scale] under unusual clr-

'4' Ij number of out four ponds The largest at present the Bradford County Telegraph. Thanksgiving Prayer by Rev. office of tax assessor and marshall Cllm tance..*.
fwU kiButler renldrnt cvera an area of approximatelythree Cost of. mailing newspapers will A regular] meeting of Bradford Homer Swindall, pastor First were also Ignored. It la asumed. *- Mrs Boyd and her husband, have
.. he at the jail and deP'd acres and the smallest consumes I be advanced 3,0 percent over a ,, Lodge No. 33 F. A M. will beheld Christian Church.Thanksgiving however, that the present been living since' 1943 in St.

i 1 prlmner.P' I only 1-4 an acre. three-year period beginning next Monday November 26th at sermon by Rev. Mayor Frank Scott, will again be Petersburg where they joined. the

\ >f the mob was armed! With one worm house nt w ir: April. 7:30 p.m. The Entered Apprentice Lewis D. Halnei, pastor First elected by popular vote. teaching staff of'the high school
advances under the new
Other Haptlut there. During the
"" Church. pant tour
nmons lost no time in re- operation Baker announced tr.u law p I Degree will be conferred. Work Qualifying for the City Council Mrs. has year
: Boyd
postal
I I conducted classes] "
'"* the prisoner to Starke by seven more will be built betweennow Special] delivery stamps, up from l Corporal Daniel Tyler will be returned will be by the Degree Team under Glee Special music by High School were William Lee H. L. Morgan In home economic at Tomllnson
Club
1 of an unguarded rear en- and spring. Each house contains 15 cent to 20 cents. to the United States sometime the direction of Capt. Gilbert S. Don Parker under. Mrs.direction of Mrs. C. L. Sipn. (0', K. Stitch berry and Technical Institute. She N. a

10t e''i, the jail. However thl' eight breeding pits. A conservative Third class mall (advertising in December after serving [ Brown. All Masons are welcome. man, organlxt. E. K Perry- Dewey Willis. None of these are graduate of Florida Southern College -
I if flee, for by noon, there estimate as to the production matter and circulars) up from one 1'months In Korea, It was announced incumbents Three are to be elect and has done graduate work
Wk >It forming a and of the worm Is 4,000 As In previous years the ed. In home
posse cent to one and a half cent for here this week by his sister economic at Florida]
I; 'If, Starke and removing the worms from each pit every i six I each piece. Mrs. Milton Carter. Cpl TylerIs I Thanksgiving the Florida offering will 110 to Edward M. Bleha and C. II State University,

-ncr by force.air week Costs of c.o.d.< and Insured mall the son of Mr and Mrs. W. A. Jacksonville.The Children'. Home Society I Hahr troh qualified for cjerk,

\ 'ns immediately tele14 Before\ stocking the pond Baker are also raised. A sealed ]letter may Tyler] of Starke. public Is cordially Invited treasurer and registrar and K.: L. Funeral Services Held
''h. mob' plans to Sheriff, said they had the Game and : still go for three cents. however.:II Cpl. Tyler has served three years' : | Fraher Is the only one on the ballot -
1"h t. that he might preparer' Fresh' Water Fish Commission I and air mail rates were also] left i I with the 44th Engineering Construction j I Tax I| for tax collector Sunday AfternoonFor
J Payments Ahead
h the prisoner. H. then come In and poison the water to unchanged. Parcel post rates were r Battalion, more popularly ( I Mr. Perry Odom
[J IIMI r"' ,'d the Governor who gave kill out any trash fish that may advanced earlier thl* month. I known as the "Broken Hearted |. Of Usual Schedule j I j Hunting License Sales

. 1 to use the National have slipped In unwanted. i Even with these advance, the! Engineers. They received the Hen i I I II Remain: Same This Year Funeral services Mr Perry M.
f"1' 'mpany) at Starke. an they stocked the ponds, Thitoo new rate will hardly make a nickIn nickname because of the short notice 1 <: I The Issuance of tax receipts Is flIn,,.. AT. native- tit _Hralfnr"___,_n._

0 'Ivll authorities. The shiners and have already taken; the post office deficit which I they were given before being running about four days ahead of There'll be just a* County. were held Sunday after.
J'1'' named Sheriff> Reddish out 10.000 of their offspring. Baker has been estimated at 520 million shipped out of Alabama] for over- I! schedule, the tax collector's office hunting In Bradford many people this i noon Nov. 1$. at 1:30 o'clock at
County
I" officer"', In charge and In- said they will put l.OOp! uhlneri dollars for the fiscal 'year ending seas duty. reported this week. People paying year an last according to re'ordaIn the ,graveside In Santa Fe Cemetery .
L1 'at the Lake City com- In each pond In the near future', next June 30.'Building. After being stationed In Japanfor Read all about her I, up In November to claim the four County Judge K. K Perryman' Mr.east of Branford

[rn.*' uld be placed on an and they should provide plenty three weeks, Cpl. Tyler took double suicide attempt I per cent discount had totalled 536, office Judge ferryman said the! home In Odom Live died Oak last after Friday at hi*.

1ed. -'atus 1 In the event it wasNfam of bait. Each shiner I Is expected toj' |I' Permits part In the Inchon Invasion and in as of ]last Friday afternoon sale thin year has been approximately Illness. He had lived an ext..nd.ed In Su.

produce about SOO your.g. the defense of Seoul, After joiningIn I Last year, the collector' office the same a* before. wan nee County since childhood

' Mild telephone' coot I Fishermen buying worm with I Charles] Cowan received a per. the fighting between Seoul and reported. 991 of the almost 2.00O So far, approximately 100 State and farmed near Branford until
r lr'Ilon... will be set up and the Baker label will be assuredfor mit from the City Clerk's office Pusan Cpl. Tyler and his platoon Former'sDiary receipts Issued, were Issued during license and SO County licenses his. retirement, when he moved to
"I""k"' efttabUHhed. Just M I their high quality, this week to build a $10,000 homeon were sent to North Korea; just In I November while the discount couldbe have been old] this year.. County Live Oak. HA had been an In.
CJ I "narlly] would, ohould the I a dealer's supply will be kept fresh St. Road 100. time to become pinned down by obtained. Collections so far to- license for a resident I la $2 and a spector for the State Road Department .
Ilun ever arts. Just re- I at all times. Then too, the type R. F. Young Christian Street Communist gunfire for 12 days at tal $21.147. Total receipts Issued State licence I Is $1.50. There hall for the past several
lad". pay no attention' to the I under cultivation] seems to fare as was granted a permit for the the Chostn Reservoir.. last year altogether were 1.943, > been a change In non-resident years. "
1'lMflp ,** Ingnun *id. "fo F well In a pint cup a* they do In building of a storage building on Prior to Ma enlistment. in the I 6 This just a little more than double the county licenses, he said. The 14- Mrs.H" I Is survived by> hi* widow
.... his is estimated Army Cpl. Tyler made his home Page Issue Vera Odom of Live Oak, a
n't mean a thlag." Co- the breeding pit over a short property. Cost I number Issued during November day permit Is now $3 23 and the son, Lowell
", eight '1:10.: atJ with his sister, Mrs. Carter, here. alone. Odom of Tampa; four
tlnued to page eight Continued to page I I lo-day license \s $3,23. : Inters, and four brother




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that talents. There was also :. '
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proud
and are
semblles we group SixnWe ,
1 nellon Sunday here. I. i
spent Mrs. Marshall Matchettand we have children who have been singing I a relfg),.. ,d'' "
and "
Mr. I 1:
Bradford County Telegraph son Wayne, spent the weekend trained ("o accept their responsibilities Each day following: the assembly .. ,
Q, relatives. in school. This we think the members of Ute various f"no
with
ESTABLISHED 1878tiofl E. L. MATTHEWS. OWN."-.PITO" Mrs.in G.Plant P. Wadoworth City spent the I is (good citizenship training:' which grades served refreshments to a ," ,OF. 111
Into adult life. their parents and friends. "'.k
be carried over friends r
rubl.... Every Kriauy and Entered a* ReoondLIw past week In Plant City as guest : can f 'h.1 .
afternoon we had an The fifth and sixth grades won "'
orrif at Mtarke. Fla.j 8urgessAfoL of her sisters Mrs. Inzlc Morrow I On Friday sympathy1... h,
;
Post
Matter at the
jI amateur hour during which members the party by having the most and othc. a.'
I J H. "
and Mrs Day.
of the various grades had an parents and friepda register In h 'I
jI' and Mrs. Colaon and I / our herm; .
Mr. Clyde
Member 7 1951 I'I gy Jiura family who have been living In'I opportunity to display their special their room. I Guthrie Bl I I
-PONCA. NEBRJliereln =:C= Hampton for several months, have

.1.50 For Six: Month \\ tho days fly swiftly by. only believe and as the years roll returned to Starke to .make their
Kuhm-rlptlon $2.7.5: : Annually My turkey IN oriliTed. ', and 1 am by one lives what he ftelieves, and home.
('hrl..t cards. and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hall are now
uriilri-NNing lIua. suffering
brings an understandingof little
Gambler A
How To Reform/ Fishing Save Everyday At.1
" making presruie for (1irl. naas. others' sorrows and we love residing at the Bryce
Camp at Cross Creek.
Well, it looks at last as if we have learned of a good God IB not Far people more and we have a need SCHOOL > %S
combat the gambler and racketeers in this of for God. We grow In grace by .. .. .. ... ....
practical way to I found Him in the shining National Education Week was a ..- ,,' "'""II ,
ti prayer. So the passing years although I ]
.ti Country of ours, and the only thing that is puzzling about it the mars. they take away our youth grand success In our school. There
. is that you wonder why it took so long to discover it. We refer At eventide when all the land they also give us calmness, peace were a total of 110 parents and

I of course, to the new Federal Ids requiring gamblers and was still; and grace to die with our hand In friends who visited and registeredIn
license which of course will be a tax. I found Him In the breeze's the rooms and attended the
bookies to take out a that of our Saviour. We' are so
After trying so many ways to keep gambling and rack- soft caress glad to celebrate Christmas To programs In the auditorium each
eteering under control, you'd think that someone would long Upon a lonely hill. sing to give, to pray. afternoon. Barbara Matchett, an

ago have hit on the simple expedient of taxing them to death. I of found Spring him In the freshness CLAY HILL: Letter from the eighth on grade Monday/girl graciously aiternoon presided and' 6
and certainly John Q. Fred Langs. They are' fine now
Goodness knows any businessman Bursting the old bonds to set the Introduced our speaker Mr. More
Public will tell you that taxes are just about keeping him old earth free- Daisy has ben ailing. The new gan.' On Tuesday afternoon Vernon -

broke and the new law requiring the gamblers to take out a BIoHnoms, and Hinging brooks Long last Sunday.Branch, Church The road was Is dedicated getting Forsythe president of the Np -1

license is a step in the right direction. and Ringing birds, Its hard surface, which makes seventh grade, presided and introduced /.. '
Now what we should do is give them the unenviable position White azure clouds Is teas. them all happy. Dr. YVoodham, the guest /////I//I"-
taxed in the Country. We But most of all, I found Him' On Wednesday after
of being the most operators HELPFUL HINTS: Place can- speaker Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru
should do to them what has been happening to the rest of us In a KilemJ dles in the refrigerator a half hour: noon. Sue Ella/ Chastain of the Sat,?JJ
should be increased Who'', walked so long ago If fourth grade presided and introduced
for a long time. First, the license tax before you light them and they
every time two Congressmen! get together. Double it for a Galileo, will not drip on the tablecloth.I her grandmother, Mrs. Jessie 152 Call Street! I
And when soul troubled
my was Chastain who spoke on "What it
1 and then keep increasing it until these underworld RemoveUccals you are tired' of
starter '
and afraid Takes to Make Good Citizen" .. '
a ,
feel the pinch that all of us have been getting for with nail' polish remover on apiece Starke, Florida
characters! Ho took my hand and was a On Thursday afternoon Howell
business tax them if they of cotton. Iron a shirt collar Specials Too I I :
1 a long time. Tax them for doing friend to me. from Williams of the sixth grade presided
each and
don't do business, tax them for traveling from one State to -Lois Tuber Dllley. the back corner Won't have press toward and Introduced his grandfather -
another, tax them if they don't travel tax them if they at- I, wrinkles any H. B. Wiggins who spoke
tend a !sporting event and in general tax them for every con- Here are a few verses of a love.1 WALDORF SALAD: Here IN l on "Stressing the Fundamentals". For The Cleanest Clothes In Town Use --
ceivable action which they may or may not make. The many Iv poem gent to me by a friend. my Thanksgiving salad (serves All of these young people did splendid -

ways in which they might be taxed should not cause any How true that we can find God in 121.) 4 cups diced apples, 2 cups Jobs In presiding at these as-
HO things. In the music of
for have in Washington a bunch of experts many chopped celery, 2 bananas dtred.
problem, we up -
lie( rain In the beautiful colors of, 27
BLJP IT Box
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who have long been devising various ways and( mean of get- Autumn. I can hear Him In the 1 cup nut meats. Mix all together I I ? Large
ting the public's last with naiad dresnftig but
penny west wind l sAying "Be calm, be
I It has been a sin and shame that the underworld racketeers not afraid." Yes, God Is ever nigh.: bananas, which you add at the ATTENTIONIf
' 'I have not shared with the rest of the public the privilegeof Now that It Is nearing Christmas last minute to keep from getting

+t 'paying taxes.! Now that this condition is to be remedied and the birthday of our Saviour, dark. Whipped cream In the salad No. 2 Argo SlicedNJElFN0f0..7Na1
You Have
dressing Is
we may yet see a racketeer wearing the only thing left to we needs mum think more about I thin with mighty milk.good Serve otherWise cold SOIfNDID rNfaTIJ o. Pineapple Cn

most of us1 after taxes!-a barrel 1 Him who Is so near and dear to all on some lettuce PINE OR CYPRESS tit
of us. I have been reading "Great- No. 2 Can ArgoAsparagus
Days are really getting shorter
J est Story Ever Told. It l Is truly TIMBER TO SELL;
, Give Thank*-And CARE For KoreaThe Inspiring. Read It by all means.It Here the ground Is white. It has CIt
, 1 Is the birth nnd life of Christ been snowing since early this I Large or Small Tracts
pumpkins are in. The turkeys are fattened. And and his lovely mother, morning. It is only a very fine No. 303 Gl. Del MonieS

i some 150 million Americans throughout our United States Mary. How the Jews young were oppressed snow now and getting colder. I,' We Buy All ywlri, "INti: s Beets Each
this week enjoying festive tables off the Thanksgiving and How Old love It this way. If it is winter ..:
are mean, King .. Chef
time, I want snow and winter.. It PAY TOP PRICES Boy-Ar-Dce Meat

i!, season.There is no such prospect of plenty for the 21 million awful Herod war was.going Reminds on In me Korea of and the, write Is cozy and In the sew house and just and I light love up to caarouj: 3 c A 1, %! 6Se J Spaghetti cAstor ..

'/ South Koreans who now survey the ruins of their war-dev- how they are killing our boys taken the oven and bake cakes and have ,. if Ext. Fey. Patti
i acted land. They must count themselves lucky if they can prisoners. Those Chinese Com- lots of good things to eat. I love Write or Call __ Rice a
I be sure of one bowl of rice. Thousands are war orphans, munlHts are savages Christmas time an -now we are
: totally dependent upon charity. At least five million men I also read "Doctor In Buck- eating the things I canned last B. THOMAS
; women and children are homeless! refugees-living in flimsy sltln." That Is good too and tells summer. Whoopee! Let the snow
) shelters that do little to 1 keep( out the bitter cold clothed in of the savage Indian tribes. How blow the wind howl. It makes me LUMBER CO. Hew Low Reg. Price! Factory Pack

rag! begging for food. they did finally kill the wonderful think of a song I used to sing
doctor It Is a true story ReadIt. when a child about "cold Decem- PHONE 211JP.
We who have Ho'nmch to be) thankful for must not fail to
; share our plenty with those who have so little. The General X ber how we love you." BesidesI O. Box 735 SUGAR S'bs4

federation. Women's Clubs conducting; a nation-wide Don has gone to Sioux City. Florida have when memories the of winters In STARKE, FLA. '
sun shone wa.1IIIn
: ".CAHE-FOK-KOKKA" Campaign this Thanksgiving season, Junior Is out hunting and just December the flowers blooming ..
to provide packages of food, warm blankets and :clothing Digger and I here. Now I have and, a soft balmy breeze .limned ... Stahl-Meyer Corned

textiles for South Korea's war orphan and refugees. Delivery time to meditate, to uy a prayer. my brow. So many things to,
of these gifts will be made, in the name of the American One must take a few minutes a day think about, to remember and be: M

I//; donors in time for Christmas. Thus the spiritual meaning for worship and meditation. One thankful for. I PHONE 218
t of these two holidays will be combined in one great has to grow In grace fror day today God bless you all. I I BEEF HASH 16-oz Can 2

1 l' humanitarian gesture. Your contribution to the campaign When you are young you LOVE- LURAHAMPTON COL0NIAlFLORIST

.) committee of the Woman's Club in this city will be the truest

holiday expression of thankfulness compassion and good-will. Kim Evaporated SkimmedMILK


1 A Second "Prime Of Life'-After 70 BROOKER
Mrs. K. J. Lewi
By Mrs M. C. SweeneyThe FLOWERS 3rallc ns2l119"y
In the business and professional worlds l the emphasis has

') been in recent years increasingly upon youth. A man over George Adams and little son Baptist Church WMS met 'FOR ALL OCCASION!
50, suddenly out of work finds virtually no job opportunities Ronald!, of Milton arrived Sundayby In the home of Mrs. Mary Williams

capable of utilizing the ability and experience he may wellpossess. )) plane to upend Thanksgiving for its regular monthly meet. .. Donald Duck Salad
with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd --lII! r'-
Life expectancy is today greater than ever in history holidays ing last Thursday with 16 members ,-
.
Dyal and family and Mr and Mr* (j) Dressing PI.
Ij yet the age of 65 has become for thousands of men a signpost C. S. Kelly. L. C. Kelly of Wildwood present. Mrs. Eugene Birt was Prey IJentos
In
charge of the
program. The
for retirement. Donald Duck SandwichHIGH
I will ohio be the guest of the
Challenging this idea of life-on-the-shelf! after 65, Dr. Scripture was taken from the book QUALITY. :
Kellys. DISH GARDENSPOTTERY *
of Daniel, with the 0 :, Spread
:Martin Gumpert cites in the current Header's Digest several Mr. and Mrs Earl Green had aa Asia?" topic "Whither, 1 1 % j -

Instances of great human accomplishment at much more advanced weekend guests Mr. and Mrs added to Four the roll new: Mrs members Alma Dyal were, I'NI i; .u--.u1; I i! \ 'E 11 ( lifl/l 24oz. Vita Foods Pac

I years. On a recent trip to Europe he interviewed Ralph Worthington and baby Mrs. Margaret Murphy Mrs. Harriet POTTED PLANTS "' j l t a.w ,. I IC '.-- Preserves Each
': several lively 7080- and !90()year oldsters, and reports their and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Vlckery and Conway and Mrs Alice Lam- ,. -. --
j activities in an article condensed from! the New York Times children all of Gainesville.Mrs. bert. FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE .., ... 24-oz. Vita Foods PineaF35c
Alex William of Jacksonville Preserves Each
Magazine. Mrs. Marlon Gnann )
the weekend her moved to .. ,
1 1 Vittorio Kmanuele Orlando former Italian Prime Minister \ spent with 12.0. Can
Hampton last
parents Mr. and Mrs Dave Green. week from Jackson I Nona St Stark Dixie Darling 2'i' Ib.
who helped conclude the Treaty of Versailles, is now 91. Mrs. Green Is still confined to the ville.Mr. Fruit Cake Each
an active member of the Italian Senate head of a low firm Alarhua Hospital and Is slowly and Mrs O. D. Gay of Dun-: .d .....

and professor at the University of Uome. For other exercise Improving. We hope ahe will noon ..

Orlando takes long walks. Dr. Haffaele 15astianelli, interna- be able to come home.T. .
tionally known surgeon at 87 operates three times weekly, W. Markey and John Free Every Ilranch' of Ballard's Plain or Self-Rising

has daily office hours drives his own car and l. until five years man enjoyed Armistice day fishingon

ago, flew his own plane. Philospher IJenedetto Croce 85, Suwunnee River. INSURANCEH.
j lectures and writes in his 10-hour working day. Pvt. Carl Allen of U. S. ArmyIs FLOUR SIbs 49
f spending/:; a few daya with his
Uernard Herenson art historian, has just published a parents Mr. and Mrs. R. a. Allen.
'
\ book at 85. Herenson wishes he "could stand on a corner with Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Vanslckle of
I I his hat and beg people to throw him their wasted hours." Gainesville spent Sunday with Mr. C. WALL AGENCY

I I George Santayana, former Harvard professor now in Rome and Mrs. L. u Parker.

I still writes steadily at 87. Edouard Ilerriot of France mere Mrs. Guy Harrell and girls of PLEASE PHONE 146 York Cookincr FROZEN TOO

stripling of 79, presides at the National Assembly three days Tltusville\ spent the weekend with 3 .
ji week, drive! every Saturday to Lyons, where) he is mayor the M. O. Harrell.i and Mrs Beulah Constant Service Over 50 Years Apples 25c Suwannee River Valle'J''

Active' in British letters are Bertrand Russell)), and Viscount Harrell.Mrs. In Mesh Bag! York Acre Peas m
Samuel, 80. Doubtless you have heard of another "old" T. W. Mai'key and Mia
Briton named Winston! Churchill.Old Iva Mae Lewis enjoyed a hog kill. Apples 5 ". 39c Duncan Hme. Orange

age. Dr.> Gumpert insists! develops a creative"urge and Ing. K.at Dukes the home at Dukes of Mr.Station and Mon-Mrs.R. 35 N.W. Red or Gold. Delicious Juice 6 cam

power of its own. Instead of a "second childhood, there is day. ,.
Dixiana Ri .n
often a "second prime of life" which we should discover explore Apples 2 Lbl 39c wi
Truby Plnholater and Coy Edwards StrawberriesCalif.
Two
and cherish.::! attended
Homecoming: at
Pascal
R..1I1111Church last Sunday.Mrs. U. S. No. 1 New Crop Bag Aden

Celery Stalk 19c 5 Broccoli "*.
Junior Dukes visited her Ton Oranges u>t. 23c
husband In a Jacksonville Hospital
Sunday. We' are glad he la 1mI -
I proving after being seriously In- Chevrolet Trucks OTIIFItIN MAKES 5 .
i jtired In an automobile wreck a STOCK btwd
HUNDREDS I I few days ago.Stomach. e'w

Gas Taxes 2-Speed Axle --- Long and Short Wheel

of details) are managed and economic- The HeartAn 4'' 19

ally) attended that only a trained and 1949's LONG WHEELFor
careful organization'can attend when accumulation of gas in the
I the urgent need for serving is at stomach forma pressure, crowds 12 or 14-Foot Body 1,095.00
the heart and result In bloat.
hand. ing gassy catches palpitation and For 16-Foot Body 1,195.00

shortness of breath. This condition Short Wheel Base 995.0019W
DeWITT C. JONES may frequently be mistaken

j Phone 7 Starke, Fla. for heart trouble. INNER-TONE Sunny land Ready-lo-Eal, 8 to 12 lb. Size
li helping such gas "Victims" by a With Above Wheel Base $200 HigherAlso
digesting their food faster and C
better. Taken before meals It Smoked Whole'
Funeral Director Ambulance Service works with your food. GAS pains' large selection: of new and used Farm Tractors Hams or Ib

: J guf! Bloat vanishes! INNER. and Machinery. Drop us a card or call Miami 77579 l
funeral home enable to offer convenience and
Our local u TONE contains Nature's herbs 780152 and
our representative will call on
e services not otherwise available. plus Iron and vitamins B-l B-2 I you.
and B-6. Also enriches the blood PORK ROAST Hickory Sweet Sliced PORK HA*
gives you pep and strengthens! the
Bacon
We furnUh the highest type service at lowest prices and nerves. Weak miserable people WILLIAMSON MOTORS Lb. 49c

accept ANY life insurance policy In force Issued by ANT soon feel different all over. So Rib End

company, aa payment In part or lu full on a funeral. don't TONE goon at KOCH sufferingt drug! Get store INNER.today 5700 N. W. 27th Ave. MIAMI: FLA. Pork Loin, Ib I SSe Center Cut Small lb I 4

Consultation carries BO obligation. (Adv.) I Pork Chops u. 79c SizeI

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. FAGK TI .
S0KMBKB 23, lMI BRADFORD COUNTY TEXKORAPH. BTAJRKK, FLORIDA -
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'fO APPEARf -
fllg:
Bradford Count,.
(-.art.
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f IF, mmrrrr. .
I 'lntlff. va. Iva e

Ca.* No. 2779
.
11eear whore r.aldencen

I'' notified that a
"i. been filed
above named
.id I you are re-
">py of your an.

\i.."irnev, the complwlnlti Zarh. IIHulldlng urkology.inners
r" :, Jack.d .
file the. origin-
the Clerk of the

,, I 1S01 before; otherwise the 10th. ,

>f Bald. Cpmplalnt
,nfenaed by you.
ill b* publlatiedj
I k four conaecutlve.
dford County Talea -
1,1: I

"' day of November,, .

aTL) A J. Thomas,
if the Circuit ('ourt.1
V rk
.,, Deputy Clerk ..TTT.TTTTT. .TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.TTTTTTTTT
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ICE: TO oiKnironiA !
Sera. 119. 120) k Mrs. Thelma Broughton
.Fri' 'u< (the County Jiulaej Mrs. Alton Dobbs ,Mrs. Lucile Lovell : ]

rMinl, Klorldn.Ncliion I Starke, Florida Route 2, Box 176 E (Crnhuni; Florida '

.,.ta T Green Florida 'i'

.. .... Starke i
.. Itor'a tad Per o H. THE: MAN m LIKE: TO SEE ELECTED( PRESIDENT :
AR.I.tj"
I.> or Hemltiid THE :MAN: I'D LIKE TO SEE ELECTED PRESIDENT

I"m:::.* ,f you are herebyi PRESIDENT : IN 1952 : ,
ri. ""lrNI to present. .any IN 1952: : -j THE :MAN:\ I'D LIKE TO SEE ELECTED I
,d., ands which you of
mil,1 !, n iv have .RKRlnut the IN 19:>2: 1
'I.n T. tlreen the dereawdit ( I would like to see Gen. Douglas MacArthur I The} man IM like to see e 1.: nt in
to 'ountyBraM".1
County' County, Florida. elected President i in 1952 because he has spent: the The I would like to see elected President 1952 is General Eisenhower I think that he has b
court houi" of man
the
n0 i ft in at Htarke, Florida. most of his time in the service of his country in 1952 is General Eisenhower He is a man what been around the world enough to know exactly
al nrtar months from how the situation really is, and has the educationrequired
ph marvelous in : ;
because he did job
a
V ihf flrMt publication I ofF abroad ; each : you can trust and has the ability to carry on dur-
demand to make a good president. I would rather '
claim or between
Emti to bring about and
time. I feel that he provide the type
nrllliifC. and shall mate friendship ing war can '
g he the Democratic ticket though for I
it rep/dens/ and poetre.a his country and their c "; of leadership we need at a time when our country run on i
"if the claimant and he called for thousands of missionaries to to have 11'IYs'otell that ticket.
go
..i -n to by and claimant is faced with grave decision.AAAAAAAAAA,1uVA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .
a ttt nay not, .so filed anv shall mirrjriinml Japan to help carry the Gospel to a dark country.

,1 Vf been. I
.InlMrntor of the I>.
,a .Nelnon: T. Green .
.
1 p .. November Znd .
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j

THE TO APrB'n r
'milt Court Rljchth Judl-
..II, In .,... For llrailfor l

Florida '
.knnierjo.: MOSt
evlne, Plaintiff Va.hl.t ,

,\1.1,0llnn.t"d(,Testament..a...and..Executor SadieVhlte. of of JPBHIiirad .the. A NICE THANKSGIVIN G TURKEY HAS BEEN AWARDED TO EACH OF THE ABOVE WINNERS

HP Of the 8la<. Ol
,
! r> T' Whlteaa Executor
: Will; and Toatament o( .
tl t

i,-d,.111 horeliy_,E.Deceased ux required Street and to Lynn Sadie file,. CORRECT SOLUTION OF PUZZLE GIVEN BELOW i


>*rr to the bill of Comid -
'n the above entitled i
ikt y.n and nerve a mpvn
ir before the Srd day' I
Itfd, upon Walter A., .
,I tiffs attorney herein. ,, t".
'' 100 Voluala. Avenue, "
v""rh, Florida i
\ FAIL NOT: DK-, .
WILL .
0 ''ONPPSSO: Bl: ,:
o AGAINST/ :- YOU FOIL .
'
lit RKim .
nf thin milt la a RIllure .
' nf a Bill of Reviewrtt (
aside annul and for.
.of I lit record that certain. I,
*. "if divorce I entered In
Suit No 7474 whereinrlna I I4i

naa plaintiff, and, .
'>ma etnfl) wee defend

'pemllnir,. Eighth", Judicial In the Circuitr Circuit Koch Store 'r '. .Williams Jewelry Charley E. Johns Agency

'0 llntdfnrd declare Arthur County,Thorna Klorl-* ,. .Drug ',' f ;, : ,. ,
0'
r.
'ii ertbe oarv/v/ng apouae '
Define, Tieceaaed. and I
and .only heir-at-law en-
r<.lve. her eatate and In


"Urn h..< ,following(1)ntr( ).. lying Mock Florida and A deacrlhcdItimti ,, to-wlt Beverri .being I ",. Western Auto Associate Store Denmark Furniture Co. Sistrunk, Feed & Seed CompanyTiny's

.
-itlxllilxlon of T.ot Four
,ml,I part of Tot Fly* (5),
Bury ((80)' 1Igbee'a"' Day'I -
pet map In Map Book 8.
111, in'', the. .
'>nir public recf -

\.".', >>'iliiMla'''id of Cbunty Arthur, Thom-Florl-. Hart Furniture Company .E. T. Shull Plumbing & Heating Service StationSetzer's

i* date of the death of
.
I> n., to-wlt. May 10.
,
Henry T. Whitman.
Laat Will and -
.Jt ,le Tevlne, He"ther '

'''w Court.r n. #of'.,'eneed proceeding he In ,Extat and.In the for of In Super Stores a J. P. Roberts MotorsVan's New Method Cleaners ,

Florida, and from
,
.
p -"canlon and occu(1 -
,property.. and to have
"'P' ,inted to take charge,
,''I 1. ,'tj I. "nil during for the other penden-relief Green's Grocery & Market ;

", 'I. Hill b t Appear nf Complaint Khali' bea Cafe Libby Sales & Service

week" for four, M'
'v-aka In the Bradford
':K.'' ,iph Rtarke, Florida
"' i hand and seal of
I I.. Florida this. 2ltl?

.T.to.A. '
>f the Circuit Court Barksdale's I Store
Dept.t
.'1'rd T I i i ''ull v, Flrldn.. 1
paver Deputy Clerkm ,
lev
' Service
I'l.00nll"

'"d. ,As.. .Florida ue Central Florida Gas & Appliance Co.
11/2 41 11'2S'Tie '

Thomas Truck Terminal I & Restaurant
"' 'p. 'rO.t PPF..'R .

'"II"|I.Cnnrt.I. .annrerr:McOlade.Ilrndford, Plaintiff Count Guy Andrews d For Congress

C Mt: ?Made. TI"t..nclantI Gem Jewelry. _
. Cane No. 8768
,
; .on..
Mi Glade, whose ...eal.I Dixie Grill

h, "" '.>in.,, notified that a J
r "n baa been Cook Grocery Market
r In the above. name .
I 1e and you are re- H. C. Wall Agency ,
n copy of your an- ,
'ato" the complaint! I Olson
.. RefrigerationWarrenKelvinatorRonnieDonnie
Attorn., Evan I .
,
.
, V al n Rvana. Jr
' >ire BtilldlnK, Jackand I
file the orlfflnf El Rancho Motel .
"> Clerk nf the
.Ihh..t I Co. .
fir the 10th Coca-Cola Bottling '
' Starke
.. >. 1951, olherwlneif i
said Complaintconfeeaed I
.' hv you .
""' e. shah D. publlahedfor Store
a"
four conaectttlv
the I '

h''. -dford d 1 day of County November. Tle-. Sam Rosenberg & Son. Bradford Furniture Corporation [;

\\T. "P'AJ.! ) A. J. Thomair, .
""lerk of ald Court
'T I I. Clerk. I
tver Deputy

,11/9. 4t 11/30 ], Volley Starling's
GroceryLinnie's
lrg, : TO . 1'' .\,-t. Heca 119 120) a ,
cot. eth.. C1...nuai7 .,. Judge.
ti (" Florida,
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g
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. .
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alb"d:'III.:,>,"er''ot'.. and U..F..d you Peroan are Agale.t hereby Slavaim B. Thomas Lumber Co. Stefanelli's Grocery & Market Ready-To-Wear '


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P A I Miss DennisonTo Mrs. Andrews Elected (iMissDdVothyPatel I '['i I St. Mark's Auxiliary 'hf'lIeved-and such a belief wa that attacked medicine for! Correction Please-

Marry District WOW Head J1 Weds Mr Bennett Meets In Davis HomeThe should concern itself with more It has be. ,

i than just the physic side of the tlon of the r, :,
\1 Marklee Norman At Convention Here In Folkston Ceremony railed St meeting Marks Monday Auxiliary afternoonat held Ii human body. Besides poking fun In st.error Ian/ ; '''af

Leo-Bus
home of Mrs R. J. Davis the medical the film i
American Hall In the<< at profession
Th Legion play by pi,
Vrh '
Starke was the scene last Thurs-1 I i 1 to plan for the Congregational expresses' a heartening philosophy It was report
t be held Nov. 27 at the I
w day Nov 15! of one of the most Supper to while telling a charming love story. onsides kick ,

(;ilailyn brushy! I outstanding Woodman Circle Conventions ',c, w 1 m Parish chairman House.of affairs Mrs. O and L. Beasley will be The picture was taken from a',' required m-t( ,
ever held In this district! I
Phone 35: ,, Insisted by the Auxiliary. play by Curt Goetz. Parker came ,

'" A I I A I closed The session meeting got at underway 2 o'clock witha presided kicked the ball : j
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d no '
intention
Miss Margaret Hall And Mr. Donnie over by the State President, People Will Talk' Girl Scout NewsGirl < t I ,
1 Mrs. Bessie Green of Live Oak, To Florida or making trek 1
Exchange Vows Sunday Evening In Hampton Seven State and National officers Coming happy to PUbl'
1 I scout Troop One held Its
were present besides a large dele Sunday And MondayThe
The First Christian Church: of blue suit and matching accessories gatlon of members from Jacksonville regular meeting last Friday In '

Hampton was the scene of a beau- Her shoulder corsage was of pink, : Gainesville Ocala, Live Oak, ;, same producer and director the club room. Mm. Bean Burns < .\11I1 01 I'll\h9

tiful wedding Sunday afternoon at carnations Lake City, Lake Butler, and who poked fun at actors and
first aid Pat With ,
four o'cloik when Miss Margaret Mrs Lynn Hall, mother of the Starke. v actresses In 'All About Eve", have gave Instructions In heartri ,,',

15 Louise Hall and Donnie Hugh bride, chose a navy dress and red I At six o'clock In the evening a X : taken on some more facets of Hobbs Marilyn Cox, Mary Hen. Silcox. who Is h 10

Crawford upoke their marriagevows accessories. Her corsage was of 'J ', delicious turkey dinner was served t American life for good-natured derson Ginger Jones, Vlda Jean' pltal and Imprm, ,. ?! !
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before a large assemblage of rust pom poms with two tone rib. J by the ladles of the Methodist sl joshing in "People Will Talk", I Gentry, and Klissa StefanelH passed I thank his mai. ,:a "

friends and relatives. The pastor bon.The / Church In their educational building 1 I, starring Gary Grant and Jeanne their first aid tests and will receive -, nice cards and ,
1 Rev Fred Dodd was officiatingmlnl.ter bridegroom's mother, Mrs. 't, / Mrs. Annie Hutchlngs served !, Crain, at the Florida Theatre Sun. "
flf! i s. Games were land for the'j.l'
Lonnie Crawford of Starke worea I 't.'"" as toastmistress. l I day and ;Monday their badges. i

The altar background was formed dark wine model with blue throw t .j':! .- 4 '". Rev. L. D Haines, pastor of theFirst I II !' v' The picture is a serious and melodramatic I I played and songs were sung before ing his recent '
by palm fronds and fern, Intermingled coat Her flowers were yellow)I, : aj of who dismissal. I Silcox and famih
a physician
I Baptist Church, the in study
C of
' the double arch porn mum Mr. and Mrs A. Dennison gave I
while porn ----
t, was supported at either end by Miss Kathryn Colson, pianist, I Hampton' announce the engagement vocation. Mrs L. F Dlnkins and, I
large baskets of white gladioli and played the traditional wedding of their daughter, Shirley, G. S, Newcomb, accompanied at'I'' Van D. Patel announces th. .mvr.am..y..mr..VVVVVYVn.V.mVVVYVV..J.n

p pom pom chrysanthemums. Tall marches and also accompaniedMrs. Juanita, to Marklee Jefferson Nor :I the piano by Mrs. Lex Green sang|' marriage of his daughter, Dorothy'''

t'candelabra, stood in the rear. Donald McMahone, and Emory man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy I two duets and Tony Gonzales also Virginia to Franklin Donald Bent

The bride was given In marriage 1.., Brown, vocalists Norman, Sr. of Heilbronn Springs. ,, sang two numbers. nett son of Mr. and Mrs Troy '

, by her. father, Lynn Hall, and had Immediately after the ceremonya Date of the wedding will be announced I The open meeting began at 8 Bennett of Lawtey. The wedding'
1) her attendant her reception was held In the Hall later. o'clock In the Legion Hall with wan an event of Saturday, Nov. 3,1 i
as only young
sister Miss Lucile Hall. home where Miss Elizabeth Craw- I: Mrs. W. 1.., Andrews In charge of In Fulkstott, Ga.

Mr Crawford had as his best fond kept the guest book at the Circle Four Meets I, the program. Orle A, Wigginsgave The bride had as her attendantsher ,
living room entrance. the Invocation, and the address slater, Miss June Patel, and
his brother, Dewitt, With Mrs.
man Presiding at the punch bowl ChampionCircle of welcome was brought by Mm Burnell Wilkerson.

Ushers were Eugene Hall, brother were Mrs Eugene Hall of Dasher, A J. Thomas Jr. Musical numbers Burnell Wllkeraon, cousin of the
of the bride, and Zilch Crawford four of the Methodist ____ P I I
were
Ga. and Mrs Gloria Crawford of presented by the BUS bridegroom served as best man.
WSCS met in the home of Mrs
brother of .
the bridegroom.Ml
Band under
the direction
Starke. Cutting the wedding cake of CarlRoberts Customers'Corner
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Champion Thursday evening at The bride chose for her wedding' tQ{
Hall attired in dove. ; the Girls
was a was Mrs. Shirley Pollet, also of 7:30: with Mrs. Olin White, Circle I Quartette of Uia an Ice blue dress with which she I I "
gray traveling suit with which Starke. i First Baptist Church Mrs. W. E red =
wore accessories.
Leader, presiding Mrs Titus
she wore navy blue accessories Soon after greeting their guests/: Hall Tony Gonzales and Sylvia I
Olson was In of the Mr Bennett is the University
I charge pro- attending I.
She carried a white satln-covrred\ Mr. and Mrs. Crawford left for a Paulk. Thanksgiving is the tra
gram and several articles for the of Florida and Mrs. Bennett I '
Bible, supporting an orchid with week's trip. Upon their return The Junior Graduation was pre ditional time'to pause and
miscellaneous booth at the Christ is residing temporarily with
cascading streamers they will be at home to friends In sided over by Mrs Bessie Green offer thanks for one's bless-
mas Bazaar were turned In to Mrs her father oru North Temple Ave. C
Miss Lurlle Hall wore a dark Waldo, Norma Thompson. with Mrs Winifred Cauthern State I -,,...%s._ II b.ingse 47

Mother serving as Installing officer .
We thank. our customers'
The Circle asks that anyone have Eastern Star
1 Methodist Circle I Starke Woman's Club ing anything/ that may be used In State; Mrs.Vice Ethel President Walker,serving First Will HoldMemorial for their patronage.We .

the Miscellaneous Booth of the thank the thousands
Holds Course Hears Two as attendant; and Mrs Mildred
Study Bazaar, please contact Mrs. Champion Rivers State Musician serving as ServiceThe suppliers who provide us _
And Business Meeting Guest SpeakersThe of Mrs. Elolse Loudon Following musician and chaplain. the year 'round with qual x:
the meeting, refreshments I annual Memorial Service of
f! An all day study course and Starke Woman's Club was were served by Mrs. Champion.Local Mrs W L. Andrews wps elected the Order of the Kantern; Star will ity foods. S
president of the district which Includes be held In the chapter room at the We thank the 120,000
in having two guest
business meeting was held Monday fortunate 4
I by the Methodist WSCS with Mrs speakers at the regular monthly BPW'Members I 12 counties Other district Houthweut corner of Call St. and faithful employees who are ; t
officers elected SAL afternoon, constantly striving to keep
II. C. Ritch, chairman of Mis lon- meeting Wednesday afternoon of were; Mrs. Bessie railroad Sunday 1 ]
f ary education, and service, In last week C. S. Partln principalof Attend District Meet Green, past president: Mrs. Jewel Nov. 25, at 3 o'clock. This service A&P a better place to shop. ', :

f charge Bradford High School, and Capt. i HInton, first vice president; Mrs. In open to the public and all Most important of all the
I: President June with Mae Green, attendant Mrs. friends of the Order are cordially
Mrs. Pitch reviewed (wo books Clayton Thompson of the U 8. Brownlee ; Doris men and women of A&P
,I Marlon Howe Desta Dyal Della Pool, assistant attendant Mrs invited to attend I
"We Americans North and South" I Engineers, Jacksonvilln were Introduced ; gratefuly join our fellow
and "I-is Wears Orchids" She by Mrs. K.; K. Ferryman, Rosenberg, Pat Lambe, Melba Par- Florle Warren corresponding and -- citizens in giving thanks -
gave an interesting resume of "We chairman of the International Relations tin and Mildred Doyle members of recording secretary; Mrs. Mar. -I II for the! freedom and good \
Americans North and South" and the Starke Business and Profes- Jorle Berry, treasurer; Mrs.\ :Maude I '
program living enjoy in this
also gave the different problems business meeting It sional Woman's Club attended a Shaw, auditor; Miss Margaret \ we s ti '
During the
i the countries are fared with. "He was voted for the flub to fiiinlsh District 3 and 4 meeting at the Raulerson, captain; Mrs. Hattie I bountiful land of ours.

Wears. Orchids," a book composed a Christmas gift box to a service Seagull Restaurant in Jackson Simmons, chaplain; Mrs. Gwen- CUSTOMER: RELATIONS
1 of experiences taken from actual ville Beach, Sunday dolyn Brooks musician
Korea. Memberswere DEPT.
man enroute to
life and told In story form, was The Florida Federation of BPW At the close of I
the
t also reminded to turn In their meeting delicious A&P Food Stores
Mrs. hitch assisted by
given by
i Mrs: L. A. Davis, Mrs H. M. recipes for the Woman's Club Clubs' theme for this year Is "Full refreshments were served 420( Lexington Ave.,
for the Job Ahead" by Mrs Paul New York N. Y.
4Itieharde 4 Mrs .1. II. Cottrell and recipe book as sooiv as possible, Partnership Raymond chairmanof 17.
Mrs E. I Matthews. to Jlrs.Garl Matthews As there and the State'Third Vice President, the committee and her asslrf-i
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turnedIn Mrs MimI Southwick of Lake teats I I
A the book study, Mrs. are so many dessert recipes ?
J. Preceding It. Rltch/ the devotional so far It is asked to turn In Worth was the principal speaker of The next distrct meeting will beheld Dressed and Drawn Grade; A Quick Fro/en:

A' Mrs Cottrell gave also made a talk on other meat cdsxerole and vegetable the day District Director F.sper- in Perry in March I -
I Ia Ix.v : 4 to 6
amza LeSocke presided during the '. avg.
s4 I Mexican pottery. Following the dish recipes Mrs. Wm. R. .ff HENS 59Cr
Morse, of the club, has business session and made tile Introductions .
book review R. O. Davlson, a president to the District Mrs. Shirley Pollet I Il t rplf;r .,'N.
member of the BUS faculty gave asked for a volunteer to serve as group. ii' : -
I Parliamentarian Ila Alexander of f, M'JI'it: :. .
HonoreeOf E
an overall picture of the Latin Civil Defense Chairman, stating Surprised
Green Ocean
Headless Large
American customs their ritual, that this person might aim serve Gaiitesvllle discussed a revised set r
:, superstitions religious and social as Blood Donor chairman of the of Rules of precedure since District House WarmingMrs. a 1' C

activities and their eccnomle local Red Cross chapter. 3 and 4 have been combined, Pollet i JANE SHRIMP
Shirley was: pleasantly
life. Mrs R. A. Green gave a resumeof I and these were adopted by the at house I
surprised a warm.
;
t Mrs THus Olson, president of the Florida Federation ofWomen's group.Presidents' ing party given In her honor .1 FRUIT CAKES

: the society, presided over the business plub district meeting reports were given Thursday evening of last week byl| Allgood Brand
,I meeting at'which time fur held l In Jacksonville. Nov 7, In' and a round table discussion held Mrs E. D. Tenly. BACON Ad9Lli

ther plank were made for the which Mrs. Green Mrs\ Morse and I on subjects of general Interest. Lovely arrangements of seasonal .

i Christmas Bazaar: Mrs F. F. Stump represented the During the luncheon a welcome to flowers were used at points 1 3lb3 / sIze -

Between the study course and local club. the city was given by Mayor I. D. of Interest In Mrs. Pellet's apart. 1 2 79 Scoco Pure Vegetable

I business meeting luncheon was Capt. Thompson, the first speaker Sams of Jacksonville Beach. I I ment Washington\ street, into l C
served by Mrs. Cottrell. The long gave an Interesting and realistic Those I The Mew Hallmark can
present were given souvenir which she moved last week. E 69
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I luncheon decorated. table with button was chrysanthemums attractively talk on the war In Korea, bracelets with the letters B Mrs. Pollet was showered with Christmas Cards S Ib. size 3'99 SHORTENING
i1 havhlr..c..ntly/ returned from P. W. and the date by the hostess lovely and useful gifts from the -
and Mexican gourds placedat
active duty there, where he was I club, St. Augustine and Jack 20 guests
Intervals, carrying out the
1 J! Latin-American theme, stationed as American Advisor to sonville Beach The January 27th Have first choice ol our new stock E Jim Dandy
a division of Korean Troops. He District meeting! will be held In ol famous Hallmark Cords-lay 5 Ib. C
Beta Phi bag
stressed the need and value of the Macclenny at the Hotel Annie Sigma "Merry Christmas to your Iriends' Jane Parker SugarDONUTS GRITS 39
; Ladies Auxiliary Care for Korea with Assistant I with a card trial rellecls your
Campaign now under District Director,
The Beta Sigma Phi sorority will good tail, Select a dillerent, card
c way by the Club and the Red Dorothy Patterson, in charge ofa I 23C
; Schedules MeetingThe Cross \ meet Monday evening! at 8 o'clockat lor everyone on your list, .or
Blood Donor program Mr.Pnrtin's workshop on that day. the home of Mrs. William choose your lavorit. design
Ladies Auxiliary of the educational talk on "In. Corum, I y Ann 'aJte Pure Pineapple

Church will hold Us ternational Relations' brought out Welcoming 16
Presbyterian Reception OZ.
yC far
the conflict of peoples and nations Jane Parker Cold 29'E
monthly meeting Tuesday evening since the beginning of time up to Given New W. C. T. U. To MeetThe C Pound Cake C PRESERVES

; at 7:30: o'clock at the home of Mrs. the present. -
t St. Edward's PastorA W C. T. U. will have Its 32
l i K G. Duncan. Following the talks an appropriate regular monthly meeting next Friday Ann Page Pure Strawberry'

' song was sung by Miss welcoming reception was November 30 at the TaberI t e E '
, i Helen Haines, Miss Patsy Benton given Sunday afternoon at St. Edwards nacle. \ e'I Jane ,Parker Apple 12 OZ jar 29 9Cs
''I\ and Mrs. r., F, Dlnklns. accompanied recreation hall honoring I JELLY

,1 I by Mrs R. A. Green at thepiano. Father Richard Lyons, the new Recent Births s PIES 51 1C
4kr .
, I They sang "Song of Pence" I pastor of St. Edward's Catholic I
\' taken from Flnlancltn. church. Idbbys Tomato

take The place annual at Christmas the next Tea regularmeeting. will Lovely arrangement of chrysanthemums 4 to A :Mrs daughter:Marguerite was born W On Brassell Nov., Pie I.C JUICE 1 qt. 14 oz. can 2SC

I :, Dec 12. In which Mrs and fern were lined wife of Jack D Brasiiell. airman I ..n.I' "" TTTTTf TTTTTTTTTTFRUITS
L A. Canova will be In charge of I throughout the hall\ for the occa USN, at the U S. Naval Hospital?, FLA. I
sion. The two lace covered refreshment

the Centering program. the speaker' table I with china tables bowls,were of variegated centered Jacksonville.Mrs. Brassell Is the daughter of I! Frl., Sat. Nov. 23, 21 i :: and & p pineapple Uoz.can lie

was varicolored an attractive button arrangement of. chrysanthemums! One. table held Mr. and Mrs Truby L. Wainwright I BIG DOUHLE FEATURE | VEGETABLES \ j JUICE flaj 1 7qf.

In a lovely boat-shaped chrysftnthenuima the sliver coffee and tea servicesat of Lawtey. Mr. Brassell at pres.ent ., Duchess of Idaho -
which Mrs. Peggy Sheller and serving aboard the Aircraft

china mints! bowl of yellow with several button chrysanthemums arrange.: other Mrs. Paul table Kelehvr held poured compotes The ol Fleet.Carrier, Wasp with the Atlantic i Esther Williamsait John Land Johnson, ''E C (E: for your feast \ Perfect Strike ChumSALMON

set at ether, points .,f mints, nuts and cake.Mrs. ( I ,- ANDNEVADA- .. ............................................. 16 oz. can 39'f.atmo
Interest In the club i
room.A The baby, named Peggy Lee, Is
delicious dessert course and Emery Cooper. chairmanand the first child of the Bra. e1\lI.\ Uho }' Brand CTN.

coffee were served' during the Mrs H L. Morgan, Jr., both reside at 4061\ Green St., Jackson Cranberries -
social hour by the hostesles. of Keystone Heights, were In ville.
charge of arrangements, and were Huh 'it'h..mlIn Jcffrr>'" 25C Ann Page TomatoKETCHUP

asMlHted by member\of the parish Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Calnes, Jr. IMu* Serial and "('at That 14

.. Mrs, Homer Swindall I I Father Lyons gave an appreciative are happy parents of a daughter Iliitml Pci'ple"1 Cartoon I" ( oz. boil.23C

".. Honored On BirthdayMrs. !, talk during the tea hours. born Nov. 20 In the Alachua E Pascal Large StalkCELERY -
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General Hospital.Mr. I Sun.. Mon.. Tues. i

Homer Swindall was honor Methodists Plans N ov. 25: 27 Chicken Noodle
/ Nov. Lay and Mrs. J. W. Palmes of 19CFancy
VETTE // / guest Thursday night IS, at ((3c
&?C// ; r't"b JIt.u a surprise birthday part given at For Christmas BazaarThe Clearwater are announcing the Happy Go Lovely Liptons Soup Mix -

the home of Mrs Bessie Cochranat birth of a son, John Christopher, I TECIIMCOLO.il. ( E -
tl StUIBKD HAIVIU annual Christmas born Nov. 1 at MacDIll Field,
Theressa. Mrs. Swindall received Bazaar I I IJa'ltt l Niven'and l Vera Ellen I York 5 Lb.
Bag
several useful gifts, after which sponsored by the ladies of the Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Palmes Angelic 6 Oz. Campfire Pkg.
for day time, play tim\ date! time... refreshments were served to approximately First Methodist Church, will beheld (Eleanor St John) are' former Tin Cartoon and sews Marshmallows lie

1 It's the continuous stitched cup )|hat 30 guests. In the recreation hall of the residents of Starke. APPLES S 39C -
Wed., Thur. Nov. 28
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makes Whirlpool America's most.asked Hostesses on this occasion were church all day Thursday, Nov 29. l I -r
Dr. and Mrs. L. If.
for bra I Illustrated.. BASIC V.ETTt, Miss Marie Taylor, Mrs. Cochran, A turkey dinner will be served In Twin Falls Idaho, formerly Jennings of of BIO DOUBLE; FEATURE

cotton, rayon nylon, Mrs Dan Loper, and Mrs. Olle the evening at 11.23 per plate. Starke are the happy parents of a i E 1 j!

-:---... Kelsey item On ,sale holiday will table be hand arrangements made gift, lion, Franklin Lewis born Nov. 9. Hollywood Story IrOLRb'AULKNGES23c 'A & P FOOD STORE

Woodman CircleThe potted plants, books for children Mr and Mrs. James M. Black- Richard Come Julia A.I.uns Th* Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.Entire .

C/!! ) and numerous other Items. Thomas shear announce Emery the on birth Nov.of a 2 son In I AND E Content Copyrighted. 1930 .3

regular meeting of Starke Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght, chair Hill
Alachua General Hospital.Mr Billy Deacon 300 East_Call St. E3If
Grove 378, Woodman Circle, will man states that the public I Is Ulf'h ; LB. E

be held Nov 28 In the WOW Hall cordially Invited to visit the bazaar and Mrs. Cecil Sewelt an. Dob Burns effective thru E3
Plus New and (3 Prices tn this ad
nounce the birth of a Sport jl (
DRESS SHOP I at !8\ -Lilly Mae Moore secretary daughter BANANAS 13C ,
pm. which
I is a popular event of Pamela Dean in St. Luk '. Ho.. If E t3 Saturday, November 21th. ;Pd

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Mr. Shirley Pollet and three Mrs. Mattie Cahagan. John Mr and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen. Jr. Mil 1 l."w Kki-hniiKi: : ) llinl.lluii., ( : .Ill. To\. iiMhlli, it "Month. .."... 22 lOaxtNnnie "hiI' .1 ".""Ih. lianKii Raxhi '

''I children moved from the home of 'I Powell. Dr. W E. Middle ton and celebrated their second w."ltnlIInnlv..r"ary /: ..il..I.nMHe.In the Klnrldil cli-ik. ..(Hnd the flit-Clii'iill lb..,.- ...,<'...' k-I'. :' I in \\ hUbK. ..,iied. : Hill I I Car- TurnCelt Vil, ,,,,,. I In '< h A.Mi'WHi-ii I ,..

Mrs. rollers parents the L. U' Miss Madge Middleton spent the :Monday( by having .",u..r. I'i'l.re' I"1 be Z4tlt iliiy. ..r !p'.. |I II I lit BAMCertificate' No 1 1 Y.-ur of Inxuunre "" '"111..11., No. 1.1 Y.-lll- ..r I---,
Morgans, to Ihe Beards apartment I I weekend at the Middleton camp dinner at the LobnUr House In lemlivi., I I'i'il.I ntherwlxo. the .i i IU May 2H, IfM. n"".- Mny' '.'II. .III4Hlleifi'rlplloii
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Washington Street last week. I| at Cedar Keys Jacksonville and attending the 'l.k.n I II.I ,11- of. ,xHld unfexxiMl. ('ilKlplHllItVlll. N"-I. l em-rlitlon. % of. Property, ." I cnm. ntX .r Pr'.|t'' i\ )1.1 i L' unrtk
i.e byThis > nil :' Ccir. of. \V''. of Sl-i;', of NKV, and K: 2 ru. 'nf Lot .1, of. Mi" I til. ofSubDlvl'
Mrs. I theatre. n"iU-e shall ne ""bU.h.,1"nr" l run \V I 17(1( rt "for Pi ...f l..... thence lilvlnwMfin.TruhvHlnn ? A .... / 1-
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H. Leigh of Jackson-' Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome
THE { I cacti week for four cOIl".ull". j jweokn 1 Hun \\'. on Ft.. R inn rt n. en POI. N. H..... 2H. Tahialll. II "..,"I I h.,
: :::EN NEWS vllle pent the weekend with Mrs have as Thanksgiving guesta Mr. Mr and Mrs. Homer Swindall tltteL'h. In the. nradford. County Telo.luiteil I''Ir.I) Set. In t I't of )lien of Mine.HtJirkx n..nir" 22 ICnit.Nanii .

.. J. W. Kincald: and Mrs. O. 1... and Mrs. Marion Bi>lick and rhll- returned Thursday from Tampa I thin t ioth tiny i ut Niivi-miier.. u In Mffllon 2*'. TownshIp 0 In whlrh \-,. ". d IdJ.llllr /&

6. Beasley while Mr Leigh was in ) dren and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Watson where they attended! I the Florida I 1951OKTlCtAt. 14..II.h. Range S2 Kiixt. '.. .. .
1 Vanie In which A xex'ert' : O. H. < rilfli' ii" N. I ir; v. '" .r f.-
Ui 1' Raymond Howe.:,,: Mr and Mrs. F E. Parker and i Puerto Rico on business. of Lenolr N. C. State Convention of ChristianChlll''h ( ('In, k RF1AI.of the) Circuit A. J. /TholillM Cnun., l.lllle.Cintlflrate' hn'". Mny' 211.! IIMS.IhHirliitlon .
ThanTfistUving daughter. I I t No 4. Year nf Inmi-, nf I 1', .'I"., ,iiv c r..it. 2 ...ftilni'k
as ny Myrtle
rt g Christine of Tampa are Bill Graham Is hunting In the | Mrs. R. A. Green Mrs. R. T. ('". T ponver, 11/83 t'hu.piitIevk.tt3't\ 'II'i''-'' Mnv SO. 1044ncKi'i'lpllon u..r. 1/IMiiKHi". ,, ,, ,", Ti, ..ih) *
t ta; Mr. and Mrs. Thanksgiving holiday guests of Big Scrub thin of I'rnperty, W. I ITIi rt. I'II'H. Htlh-IHvlnloii.I -. i ,i.i 214,
I :' Jr. of Greenville. Mr and Mrs. AM Sieg. week with a party Fowler and Mrs. Ruby Collins :Mr and :Mrs. K. :S.: Matthews \OTH l.1 1 TII tlMMOtltIn : ..r'lO:' I inn I".r' t RI t4, ,".r NWI.I of HKHof / T..a n.hl.. "M""lh. Itnniri' '-' F:...".l-
Louis Hernandez ofT from Eu"tI :were in Jacksonville last Friday. returned. Sunday afternoon from ( Irenll I I.....rl. tired........ Coil nil. NK',. ..r. Mlxe Htiirke III Melon S..",,".. I In, whlfli. A"l l J.v..
< "'C Towimbln 29KM Iti'tiliiHunAll. .
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Mr and Mrs. S. E. and Kl'irlilni I In 1'hniieery.Allm Hoiitb e ,
T, :MaM.. and Mr. and Sparks Mr. and Mrs. \\'. S. Wilder, Mr. i Cpl. Morris Williams of Camp Orlando where they spent the past C Ynndnw., I'lnlnlirr. vx. Albert "I of nald. priipi'rty bfilntf' In theCllv
grandchildren Leslie and SelHa Nlmv Invlili'h A-'Hi'HHed' (I. IT of. Hlnrkf Hnil I'onntv, nf. Hiiidford. -
i rwln of Newfane. N. and Mrs. W. O. Crocker and several weeks with their I" Yaiiiliiw, Uefenilnnl
Attcrbury Ind. visited Mum Evej !- son-in- .
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I.5 jltt Thomas spent Thursday of last ( HI>.. ;No.; H7RTi 'J.I'Me.Certlfleate. I' week daughters, Carolyn and Alfred j' ,lyn Newsome the past weekend. law anil daughter Dr. and Mra. % .lli. r rertl-
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Luther Alva. all of Miami were visitors :] Cpl. Williams Is leaving next week H. B. :McLendon.Hallle To: Al i Ill-it !.' Ye niw, a linne' rexl.dene (. May HH. 114Vlinnerlpllun f Ion I on Hhnll he ri-ileonixcl, nfonrd-
\f e Herlong Is hunting Wilson and I Mr. and( Mrs.' Leroy of the 1-:.. F. Miles last week while I l I.: At .MitrnUiirxIdtt l l rlvi, Kn.( I of. Prnpertv. H 7H Kf.r lug 10 Inw the property dcif<*rlhei] In
from AU Wilson in Green Cove for Germany to be with the Army I Jirlxtivl.i ('onn.You i.ot A & i.ot. s KX 8 i in or mock. such ..rrllrl..nle or ,wrllrl jerk ith a party Springs. The enroute to the funeral of Mrs. of Occupation. I). Martin was carried 1 to Are hereby notified I hat n /It Itnd I Jill.IV .of' NiinnIn, (.. :Sir.i't., wilt l.e (old. In the h"h..e Pat
,ia Miami Ocala and Jack. I Sparks are spending Thanksgivingwith Milen'. father A. I. Brown in Warner I the Veterans Hospital at Pnss-A-, Miilt I for lI v.'rt'.. has been flbidnHAlnxt ,if V J, tunes Addition' In. 1'.iui'f. hlildi'r,. I thi> iniin,i liiini"'* <>,nHi. t,
ii l the C. I... Robinson Judge and Mrs. H. S. Wilson I Jim Godwin, Bill Mundy and Grille you In the above nnntnil fttarke., In M.'t "" 21 TnwiiHblp. I dffoiltll .- Klrnt" Mitndiix hi 'Ill' :.I, nth of.liinniiry. .
f Mrs. In Bronson Bobbins. Ga. 1 Monday for further treatment. Court. HII.I! enuftii niul 1 you are' ryiiulr- ItlltlKe: 22 l'iiHtNnine "I 1i.,2.! ; wlih'h ,c th 7th slay
((1 uake Ddoncey. Harry Houston are hunting this ed I t III xervn, a "'"1')' of your In wbl b .\.1 I Ili-nrv I of. .hininirv., |"! r,31'niil
,, -isltlng her son and Spending this week at the lilshopNoeKel 1 I week at the Alexander camp In the anxu'er or ""',<"I'"IL'' to (ba riim- Miinnxxa.CVrtlflrnle. I thlN ::iitti .I|,,> ..r N"4"i>,il>*r.I .
Mr. and Mrs. \V. E. Cowling and "plnlnt( on lite. 1'lIllnlltr'Un"v,,. I ". >Jo.' '" Yi-ir of l' naln I ii''of t
W. .
.1.
nnd Mrs. Wig. I camp at Cedar Landing National Forest. Mr. and :
M IJ Mrs. K. L. Matthewswill Thi.M.aK.i'l. ,,. .
I lOvnn T Kvnnx, iinil NVnl I I II I /Kvnnx i S Mny 2" 14!' < U'l'-KH'lAI. MKAt.l: A .T .
II :kronvl1le. children are spending Thanksgiving -, In the Big Scrub are the Buddy upend the weekend In Lakeland Jr I ll 011 ].nw I inxcbilnirn inilldlnir( ", | le.,.0.1\|.("I.li. ".r Prnjlellv I.oli I :' i d. .,.r. '..I. ..d II, .,'It.1 .if
with Mrs. Dowllng's parents Bishops. Billy Noegels Stanley' Miss Jean Harding returned to Jrtckxoltvllle i I I KlorliliL I anil, file tbnorlitlniil of.t 'l-lnrk I'l of I.UIHK-I.,1.' ',. '1'> ,,1\\ A; Ih.If..1. .. ,i'. "iinlv' KliiruM.,
Home- attending/ the fall conventionof In the I ,1'it'n. Mlhl,1IiI'lIIi.t, Hevtloli J4. T..'wn-' II '.: 4t 12 .i
the Baptist her work in Atlanta. Ga. Monday ofru-n i !\\II; \;{ Mr. and, Mrs. Noegels, Sonny flames Charle j the
Roy Mathewsj! In Florida Press Asitoctatlon.Hureir I She lreult Court on or before the
.g In Hampton Sunday were: Oinklns. Charley Darby Maxlc after spending ten days with her 24lh llHV. of llei'ember, )1>,M I : ..Ih.-I ,
Palatka.Mr. .
.nQ M In One Wiggins. Mm.miilw Carter Sr., Maxie Carter Jr.. the 'I parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hardjlng. .. war \lrflnm im>d CAKE': wlxe ( he nlleirn.. I lotm of Midi( Com- 1 I 2 Weeks.j 1 >pf fel Weeks
lot ...
pin will b tnken
Wilma Alex- rnnfenxiMl
Miss and Mrs. W. B. of Bill Powells! the Red Alvar'zs.1 thin by ''ONLY' Ha '
Dowllng TliankHgltlng/ .M-uxitn! ('....h you y U ONLY
He'' and Mrs. I*. D. Tlatnes Fort Munmouth. N. J. have returned and M. V. Johns. contributions 'rh'te not I.'" xbnll I I be pliMlnbed, oneeeneb i'
Mr and Mrs. O. L. I| Mra. W. G. Halle was hostess to Nt'nt..o1": J. M. week for. four ritnucrutlvi"*
.11.11' and Mrs. "Eldon Hardy.L home. Mr. Dowling having Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Anderson the Canasta Club Tuesday evening. Vlrkei-H. ul iii|| pri| |<> ('.\.Iel'': food weekn In t"tie /liradford Cminly, : Tele.,

I. Mr G Hemingway and Miss He been win discharged return to from his former the. Army.position I Jr.Springs and son were, Mike weekend of Green guests Cove of Mrs. Don Champion of Claxtoii. and i-lothlng\ the) Ueiirral textita tVdrrallon tuukageitthrough of'vrnpliMiitid last I I thin Sot h dny. iif Nnveinber. 10 Pet. CASH DISCOUNT ;

Benton with the ACL railroad. 1I1rs.Tlowltnl's Ga. will arrive to Unnii-n'o (OFFICIAL IfI ,\T.) A. .T. Thomnn.
Saturday spend C'lunw "
Mr. and Mrs., Charlie Parker. ('AIIK': FOIl Clerk of ON ALL TRUCK) : AND
T F Landrum and daugh- /: mother Mrs. Mae Kd-: two weeks with her mother, Mrs. HOliK'Rml'l1il'1l.' / hip :Mvvllii, T. Heaver.the Onmity dreult t: Clerk.Court j TIRES I

rar ces. spent the weekend ward has alxo returned home Mr. and Mrs.\ Richard Ray and Albert Hartmann. 11.21 II I2'I4 PASSKNJKK. ( CAIl

I K1 Rogers In Jacksoii- I from Daytona Beach where she has Mrs. Dewey Warren were in ..
1ra! been with Tier and :Mr.. and Mrs. James Phillips. Jr. 'fI.r..1 '/1/ Til tl>l>K S lt I l.lltKKAt. TltADIMN ON YoUR OLD TIRES
staying son .
Gainesville Thursday of last week. TO *l'PlCit: In flrenlt. ('.,....... .. .
family, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Ed 1'I of Macon Gn. are spending the In KliirlitMt flri-iilt. ( ....'(. thTaita.I ( ".....1'.' tl.rI.I.lai In fhniieet-y.llraiir r l fniiiKr.1 t.

and Mrs. James McRae and wards.. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty and j, Thanksgiving holidays with their Hum ; In I hnMrerp., Rue I'-iink. rinlnlirf, \
tturncd Sunday after visit. daughter, Gerry spent Thanksgiving i parents Mr. and Mra., Q. B. Flynn I fiiimhlOHy"Sii;,,<.Hmiin III1"'hlt.k l I IMxInllrf" I ,., vx 1 liefpmtnnl lfrlruili -- %I'Mllik I huh lap I liefendunt'1'.. 'I'| |....... 1'...,. No. 871111 I L Farm Home & Auto SupplyJust j

|IMI. McRae'H parents In Mis. W. B. Alexander spent last with their cousins, the Milton i, and the senior PhilllnH In Lawtey.Mrs. \..hh.p. '!'.. \......... ('ii... No. 87S1' TnC. "Ft'h".lIn. 1 1 !funk who*., I lilinre ,
'!noulh Va. for two weeks. Thursday and Friday with hprmoth..r St. Peters. In Gainesville. '1'.. (;"rlriiil. .. "HiiKXinnii,, I I" '17 i KM: .1| Wnxhlnitlnn' XI ,....I'j
,,
1 T. J. Griffin visited Dr. and wh, fJRlI1hlt.ky. I llnirel'Nlowii' t M IIII'\ 'bind
Mrs. M. L. Maynard inMachun. >p> rctltlfnr*' nnit nxi" .Is. Shill* You ,
Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Mrs.. C. C. Mendoza In Jacksonville I*.errrt Avenue, Hronklyn, I N..w, milt for lire hereby notlrioi Hint a.
York.Von. JYIvorea baa Imen" filed I
who Is seriously 111. and sonn. Mike John Arthur and I IDoiph I from Sunday to Wednesday. ., nrr nirnlnnt you, In the abciva. named. arrived .
hereby nntlfl 1 .
LAST I of last unit' for, *< thnt a Court And emit"" and you n,'. reipilr,
[LIEF AT Mrs. Cecil Sewell and baby spent Thursday Annulment a 'linen flleil I ed I to serve n of
Mrs. Martha Smith liad, opy :your nnnwer
I visiting HKHlnxt you In .. ,
Inn ) .
week Horse nvs nntnert
fishing at Shoe. Theywere I oe nlendlna' to tb. I
daughter Pamc'la Dean returned I| her the week her r'nurt "11,1 mime nntl ... rnmiibilnt on the Large Selection of
joined by Mr. and Mrs. R. P. past mvther, quired fa SOil a re I. l'IIII"'lrr'o AKoriieyx, Kviin: T MVIIIIM.
rYour COUGH I'home Tuesday from St. Luke's Me Lend o n and two sons for sup', I Mrs. Toni of Shubula, Mlsx. Mrs. .w.... or plonillnir xprvn n rnpy to the nf mmplnlnt your tin-: and I'hHiiKi'' .,,Neiil, I'nlldlnir' Ii' KviinM: .ir. lIlt l.nw tI's:

j Smith and daughter, Diana and on the rinlnlirf'x, Attorney T. Krnnk" Jni.kxoiii'llle.' Klorlilii I
hoxpltal. and file lbs ,
I per. orlirlnnl III
1 the of-
because I.nmlrnrn. Rtnrke, WADSWORTH WATCHES
sulsion relieve promptly her mother left Wednesday for the original! In Klnrliln and fill flee. j right to the seat<..l on or before. I Ibe 24 I Hi ilnv .of rmeember -
loosen and expel germ laden fiim. I liftl! I : olherwlxe, I ibi> nlleirn I
a p and aid nature lo soothe and and family visited Mr. and Mrs. S. Charley Darby and Mr. and Mrs, I ing weekend. othet'U'lxe I h.'- Sob'thf elny. nlleicnt of 1 H"'liinx"i'.. ml>er.of I 1H5I saul:I I loin, of ciii|1,1,I Complaint. will )be Jeweled MovementsSub.sMiary
'
I Innes. i Inman Green are hunting this 1'niiihliif. tiiken IIH I I'onfexxed! by yon.
tender inflamed bronchial 11:. Jr. In Jacksonville Sun- ( will bn 'nk..n
raw. Reyes i! Miss Mary Ella Turner and Miss % nx pimfexneil Thin' notlen shall b. publlxheifnnee

': refunded.. Guaranteed Creomulsion to please you has I Iraey I'day. week Landing.Mr. at .Hrownlee's ramp at Cedar | Mary Sue Kpperxnn spent the This. by notice you. Mini. ) .li,.. puhllxlieil I weeks ineb In tlIII week Prndfnrd for four County ennxernt Tele-Ive of The Elgin Watch Co. '
onei eneh week
weekend with Miss for four conxeeullva I .
Tumor's sistersIn crnph.Hiltl'd
I!the test of millions of users.iEOMULSION week In the Bradford
Machines and Portable County TeleKrnrh.
I Adding and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and I Augusta. Ga. I I Illlx 2lxt I day nf N""-"inlar.. For
sold tlnie_Bradford ., Pnteil this tot 1851. Teen Age or Adults ;
i typewriter on daughters, Gwynn and Emily its, ii day rf November (OPF1CHT, PRr.> A T Tboninn,
Cold Acute JnMhllU two :j I Mr. and Mrs." / Lester T. Clews Clerk of
o.eka Chad County Telegraph.e Ann are spending weeks in (OI'-FICtAI.. BRAT) A. 3. Thomnn,, the Clrolllt Court.
I .
i of Hy Mvrlle ..,. .
while High Springs are spending T Penver. n'' .I' Clerk.,
Tltiisvflle Mr.
Lewis Is workIng Clerk of the Circuit "'ourt,.
I II/. 2:1:! 4t 12.'MMl'I'ICK / PRICED 19.75 to 33.75
In Cocoa. Mr. Lewis's mother,, ] Thanksgiving with Mra. Crews By Myrtle 1' Ibnv.r T .i>nty Clerk .. ,
mother, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. 11/1.1 4t It/M I -
\Mra. Anna Lewis has returned to !
/ Are Rolling Back Our Pricesn her home In Keystone Heights after NOTICK. TO AI'I'KtH Ol''I' \ tlMM.IC.,. 111':1':11: : T0)> FOIINOTICH I
i Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Build 1. Jr. of In Clri'iilt ( ....... llrn.iri.nl. fount. : 1 IH IIKIIKI-r: :, (1IVIOV:: SKK THEM} IN OUR WINOWGEMJEWELRY
last week
with her
spending Jackxonville are Thanksgiving Klfirltlnl! : In ( hnnrlrr.VIMiHiii That C A. Knti'li anil .1 M Hlxtrunk -
i ;
and son's family. ,!, \ I I I I*lirl. let iiinhr Kn > RIFLES SHOTGUNS guests of Dr. and Mra. W. K. Mid- "
', tirf \ -. I linrpihy' Kllxiilit'ih Kniiim, I'lty: of Hlnrkn, tux lel'liriiltti'x, bllv.f
Mrs.. B. T Thomas returned : (1 lei on. I lifffiiiliint. Ciimi. No. H7K1) filed nnld i-ertlrlrnle". fin, a Inn
I|'I .%...Ice 'I',, .%ppi'nr.T" deed to hn Ixxued, I h..r.'h, / ,' C"l'
o Pre-Korean Level IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA home Sunday after spending three Mr. and Mrs. Holcomb, Kerns are linrothy llllnnln-fh XflhI Iii', tlflenti'. ViiinbetH, nnd "'t iii i <>f \\n* Slnrke Fla.
days fishing with Mr. Thomas at'i whnri'Hlilfnrp$ iinrl .itililriHi, I... 2110' I nunnre, Ibe deMirlil| Inn. i.r ,tinproi| ,
spending Thanksgiving with Mr. Irvine, Avenue t lurook' lyus, New Yolk. erly. nnd thn nnineH, In ivhli'h It
the Thomas camp at Salt Springs. :i, Kerns', grandmother Mrs. T. R.i You are ti.reby notlflfid that a axxenaed. ate" AH follows: wax I Only Authorized ))jilt. for Wnd worth Watches
Mr. Thomas remained at the camp I i Holcomb In Uiuntllla. tftilt for Vlvornit hnn lipen flliilmcalimt "Certlfli'llli' N., t Y'-arn .r IH.U.en -
to go hunting this week and wall I i ", you In Hi. above mimed I "" May 21), 1948.! Seahoaril
C'niirt nnd cause unfl you ae re. I lortcrlptlnn' n( l'rniery. | | T.nt 2 tit Railu-ny. Watch Inspector
Use Our E joined by K. G. Duncan D. L. W. I
: Mrs. W. Culnea Sr. of Huntington lulrnd to nerve a copy of your an. 7 11k. 27. K* K 70 ft ..r OrlKlnnl
Thomas. Bill Alvarez and son and \V. Va. Is spending' two .w<'r or rflcflfllnir. ti> the cntnplaint' : i' "rye-y. Town of Htiirki. tie-I, 11 ton 2M, .
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E Hprb Thomas. Mrs. B. T. Thomas on Hi" riiilntlffi. Atlnnii'V., T rAnk -
weeks with Mr.
: LadIwayPkn and Mrs. W. W. Lnnilrnni. Stark' ., Florliln, nml file
4 and, family Mrs. D. L. Thomas and Cainea Jr. and, faintly. the orlKlnnl In inn ufflrn of the --- -
4 family and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw Pl"rlc of the Clrrillt f'ourt on or J1n.

4 4 for HISXmas E joined the group at Salt !Springs Mr. and Mrs. W. H. tollman IflSI.lirfiire; oth the..rwlne Zlth. the tiny nllrKallon of riH.'emlii'r, of, Be Sure To VisitOUR j

4 for Thanksgiving. I have as their Thanksgiving' week alii rmnpliilnt will be In ken as con. ,
GIFT E'T end guests their daughters and tossed by YOU.Thie 4.

Frank Landrum and party are families, Mr. anil Mrs. Crosby H. .nrh flotilla week elicIt for four be conimriitlv nnblliihidnnre I $1.00 COUNTER "I

YYYYYYYYYYYYY"'Y hunting at his camp In the National I Dowklns and daughter/ ,Janelle. of wrk In the Rrailfonl/ County

Forest this week. Jacksonville and Mr. irrnph.tmlnl. T.le'l
and Mrs. Ililn 301'Ii rtny ..r "
.22 CALIBRE RIFLES William B. Boyd of St. Petersburg 1PU. UP
i
Miss Alice St. John Is returning I (OFFICIAL VALUES $10
and Mrs. F. S. Bi'e, of Se- SRAt) A J. Thomna
home this week from Clearwaterafter flerk of the rircult ('nllr!. TO
I&R I :Model 1 150 Scmi-Aulomatic .. .. $19.50 bring. ny Myrtle T. Beaver Imnntr) Clerk

I & II :Model 865 Bolt Action Repeater __ 19.95! visiting her brother-in-law I 11,23 4t 12'1OTirH '
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. ..1.V.. -
I & I Model: 765 Single Shot _____ 1.1.50: :> Palmes for two weeks.! BUY KKTIQItimnOK The \ '1.ft A IM>K \II For
; In f'lrrnll, I ....,.. llrnilfuril 4'oiiN4r.
2.1.95:
minltflnIodel i : 511 Holt Action Repeater I Fountain Ienlth a point.. for liirlflnl In < hoii.*..'...
minltlnn :\\Model 121 Slide Action Repeater 49.95; Drew Reddish pest the weekend e\ery IIH<>. $3 complete. Ilrud- riiyllli. Ilyrns,",. l-lnlntlff' 'lauil
In Fort Lauderdale! and Miami /Hyinan .1'' J>i< .

where h.p_ attended_ n_ the Un nnn.football____ i! toni County Telegraph.I finilnrit.Cn"i.. N". 87811eKICp
To Cppi.ap.cr.
SHOTGUNSf game. I'h.II.lvrn, ,, Ii .Ii i win in riilfnt *-
I W7 I. Epperson: Jr. and I IH I' !); Mr. and Mrs. II. .1. DavIs are I!. daughter Ann You lure hereby ni-irlflPil hut I Iiiilt 0 wc1LBCrystal ,
$$ l.95 Sally the )
f :Model 12-Pump--20 GaUle spent I t for Annulniint I lilt*' li*".n fll lei
I
[teen.Iodel. : 620-Pump-12 Gauge 83.95: ; spending, the Thanksgiving weekend weekend with Airs. Epperson's parents 'ianlnnt. ynu In th. nhov flume!? :
with their son-in-law and | Mr. and Mrs. R. I... Richard Crt and ratine, and you are requlrid )
''teten.* :Model 530: -Double Harrel-110I Cauge :57.95; daughter, Mr. and Mrs. II. G. i Jacksonville. The Richards to nerve a ropy of, your, Sfl.qw.r .
I 1& \lodeI48-in.: Karl: 20 16. 12 (;Ja.if 21.50 1 Iin are or nipnillnir$ tii' the pomplnln"
410
Davis. Jr. and son. Grey i In Talla, Thanksgiving guests of the Epper. on the I'liilnilffS All..irn.:y I Kvni
if f &R Model 488-Sin. Bar.-110;20, 16, 12 Ga.; 22.50 hassee. I sons and Mary Sue Epperson plans T Evans and I Neal I/1. KVHIIH, Jr
'
to return to Jacksonville with her ,
Billy Smith Is visiting his brother .4 Ware
grandparents for the weekend. -
and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.

RADFORD HARDWARE CO Leonard Smith. Jr.. In Munson Mr a. S. K.: Brownlee Is visiting WANTED BUY For China Ware

over Thanksgiving. her son and daul(htt'r-In-Iaw, Mr. to

and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. We Have on Display PerfumesToilet
Starke, Florida) E. J. Flynn and George Flynnare I PULP WOOD .

hunting near Oklawaha with j Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Halnes
/ Line 1.00
!friend. from Jacksonville thlllIwe..k. have as their Thanksgiving guests CROSS TIES Complete Water

(I Rev. Halnea'a mother. Mrs. B. G.
i Halnes of Winter and Pine Timber Xmas Cards
THEATRE Mrs. F. F. Stump Is spending I I Park and Mr. I Body Powders
and Mrs. T. B.
Broun
of Wedge- ONLY
this week with her son-in-law and
STARKE daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. H'I j! field. S. C. and their. son. Lewis and Household Items
I Halnes from Wake Forest College.N. .
Thomson and family In Monticello.
| Will Tree Decorations
!Mr. Stump and dauxhters Evelyn: Pay
I Football
Dedicated To Community Service C.Mr. $1
I and Lillian are joining their fam. up
and Mrs. Paul
"Movies Are Better Than Ever" ily In Monticello Thanksgiving.Claude Jacksonville and their Robinson laughter of Highest Cash Price
I
hat.. :\0\.21, ONLYDOLBLE Johns. Jr. and Kenneth Mrs.: Jean Van Rhoe of Cleans N. FOrt ANY SIZE TRACT Electric - -. - -
: FEATURE TUCH.. Wed. :-00"'. 27, 28 Johns from FSU'are spending the I Y. and Mrs. Phillip Wood Mrs. S S $8.95 Lamps

;.....-.-* holidays with their parents Mr. ,' Georgia; Blackman and Mrs. Ellza- I THIS COUPON (JOOI) FOR
Causes fiouta mGeneAUTRY 1
beth Grimes all
and Mrs. Claude Johns Sr. | of Jacksonville AppliancesToastmasters Only 3.29
| were Sunday guests of Dr. and S E f-:
Mrs. M. B. $ i .oo
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Williams of !i Herlong. II
|f CHAMPION -. ; 'I I
I 'RErUCOi Jacksonville are' Thanksgiving I MrH. A. E. McKinney visited A. E. McKINNEYAt ON Tim $14.95 Lamps

guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. j' her father O. W. Hazen In the FOI.1.0WIITI'IK; :: .

-'JI 1: ..". Stevenson. at the lake. I! Palatka hospital Monday.Mr. Starke Taxi Stand Mix Masters : $ 60 BICYCLE : Only. $5.95

__ ausS ''Q17O'.no"' J. M. Brownlee and son John. and Mrs. 1. A. Christmasand PHONE 150

and daughter Katherlne of children spent' the weekend in Starke, Fla. G. E. Irons : .
AND SecondWOMAN" | Jacksonville with Mr. ONLY Complete Line
./THE ;: Gainesville spent' Sunday with E. Gunter and children.and Mrs. H. $49.95Tricycles '

., '...\. Brownlee's mother, Mrs. 'J. -, Waring Blenders 1 Ronson Lighters

' \ Mr'l' Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mathewsand I I ..
All
Brownlee. Sr. Prices
i h, .. .. daughter Patsy of Jarksoni _1 Dormeyer FriWellMirroMatic I I

i .. R..h. ...._ ......._..._._.......__ I
1aiid; I I _' .a Let Us I 7.50 Doll : & Ladlea'iji'IAulomatk
5.95.len'H
; Thoroughly
MG.;: Carriages
weekend
Dim "Wild Water ( hampimel" i attests of and Mrs.

I AVOCOpd.1 ctJ and Latiitt WorM New | Garl Mathews. 1 Wash Your Clothes ( I. Children's Victrola I 9.95 : Wrist Watches
WELDING
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite are Coffee Maker
!U55 f5yf.5Q$$*At$51
I 1------ spending Thanksgiving with Mr. 9 Pounds : Children's

''Raif.ll Fri. Nov. 29,30 and Mrs. George Moody at Flagler Radio 24.50.: Elec. Razors
Match of the Onfaifrwin -''I I Thur., Radios Clocks
Beach. < For 40c!
on WAWNCM Bmol: **fiiifim DKCI.MIHI: ;: : { it I KEMIN'GTO.VSCIIICK
I Mr. and Mr. C. S. Partin and FREE Bleach I If Desired Cameras L '
- I family will spend Thanksgiving at - _ _ .!
Ave.
Tempi 8Uuke
In., Mon Nov. 25, 26 UfANKSAREl '- the Partlns' home In Gracevllle.

CARY JtANNt I Mr. and Mrs. E. T>. Tenly were Use Our Lay-Away Plan
We offer the people of Starke recent visitors of their aunt. Mrs. --- Shop Early

RANT CRAm ; !R. L. Green. In Aahbum, Ga. We Will
land trinity one of the moat

Mr. and Mra. Ned Yancey and Dry Your Clothes

I I 1 1PIun modern and finest equipped family spent Sunday visiting Mr. DRUGSTORE

: I and Mrs. C. A. Yancey in Jackson For 20c
welding shop anywhere.AH ville.


JfflJ! ;....STEVE PHILIP, Work Guaranteed Mrs. D. L. Prldgen and childrenof In New Automatic Driers I KOCH


I I UCRANCAREY'AoNsceist N NI SMITH'S GARAGEAND Jacksonville spent Saturday S
visiting Mrs. Leslie Biggs.
c'lii c- ..... ...... AllOII.U"IOIWWt4 L5I! $ 31 ,
,I \._a MACHINE SHOP o
The Washeteria ( J
:72
Temple Ave. Starke. s
I'np" cartoon And UM* .t t "Kabblt of Sevlller" Cartoon I Midget Pencil klutrpener Ideal =
Phone
I 53 ltWL
News. for home w. Only $1.83.-Brad -

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L BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: 8TARKE. FLORIDA _FRIDAY.IFACiK Xon\IRUt:: t3
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NI.% I' Case No. 177 maiden 11., ", ,
nil."". To Appear.To ..
No 8769 olIre Telegraph h.,
csse
TTTTT far advanced as many around here will do very well. Hasel Hylvlo Meyers whose In ,
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< due to the fact that ours was set S5 e I BAYLESS HI\V\ A otlre, Maxin"T. tppear.'I' Elliott' ('ofl" n..m- residence and address Is: 40 Pleasant Witness ,,?,'
Ridge, South Fort :Mitchell seal at :'<.. .
"residence UnY I.
Is: "
FARMER'S about three weeks later. No bloomon Alice planted more beets, and i ?, whoso Kentucky. venihein' ).,', '

our plants yet but we know of has a good stand of them. She: BY Mrs. O. E.' Crosby 'ui"..!,.. hereby notified that a You are hereby notified. that a (OFFICIAL si, v
Divorce has been filed .
lots around here who had bloom finds that the seed before f"r Divorce has been filed suit for *
soaking Itt In the above named fly Myrtle 'r'n
In the above named against you I .
DIARY and wen small berries- .that l Is, planting Insures a good stand. Mr. and Mrs T N. Norman and you entice and you are re- Court and cauie and you are required Martin J, ->', ,
before the them out and .. a rnov of your an to serve a copy o( your answer l1'ulld'n.' .lm|", |I.
1,1 cold weather came Now she has to thin son Gerald Mr. and Mrs. to serte to the complainton
pleading Attys. .
complaint or tin l-if
ths
to
'
Ky Sam McGarvey along. re-set them. We will watch the Sapp and children enjoyed a the or Plaintiffs pleadlnirs Attorneys. Evan the riulntlff'H Attorneys, Joe Mill '

S. color of the plants and If they en at the home of Fivnnn': sn.l )Nenl; 1> Evans Jr., Williams and :Mack S. Futch Uako >OTUK OP .
I supper ,
The author will be RlnxJ. to re.Iternn Iliillillnv Jack Hutler. Florida and file the ordinal "!i'l'im, kNOTICE .,,
Weighed Henrietta's eight pigs are doing well we'll give them Blanche Hammond at Glen ( :; I.nw. Fx'hanlro:Fliirldn and file the In the office of the Clerk of the 'I.t V '111'1' \ I,
.cIWI, fl' Uitre concern. II"
and the runt of the lot weighed some copper sulphate. Mary. Mrs. Hamilton l is In the office of the Clerk ('irsuit C4>urt on or 1951 before. otherwise the I7th i.That T. J <1.
the sx'tlvltles of farmers In day of December. ;
InK 13 Ibs., while the biggest of the e e e lunchroom supervisor. t ho 1'lr.1I1I Court on or before the allegations of said Complaint the following .
Bradford County. SusRPsllons may 10th day of liec.-jiiber 1861: said certlfkati,
bunch weighed 23 Ibs. They are : the Mar Alyce and Beverly the alienations of said will be taken an confessed by you. be Issued .
iw left nt the Telegrnph offlee.' ortnnhlcd Gave the row of cabbage In <*rwls This notice shall be published th i
f to foIamIeGarv..y! Lawtey, seven weeks old and are doing kitchen garden and the greens a Crosby and Shirley McRae ',, .. ,,you.will lie token as confess."This once each week for four consecutive description Numbers: and of Y th.

.' forum.Well / ,. well considering the cold weather I shot In the arm with nitrate of tended the P. H. A. District notice shall he published' .weeks. In the Bradford County names" In t'hi.tt' '
and the fact that for some reason ,no, escli week for four consecutive T..rn..h.Dllted a.i follows.
St. Augustine of
soda and the result Is noticeable ing in this 12th day November
.. In the Bradford County Tele Certificate N,
AA .. .. ... .. or other the mammy l Is not giving almost immediately. However, Mary Alyce and Shirley were 1951. an<-e May 31, AI I b
-- -
SEAL J. Thomaa
I ) A.
Alice's pigs topped tho take things like this in stride. them much milk. Feeding them we think that we have to be careful voting delegates from "Tilted. this 3rd day of November OFFICIAT.Clerk of the Circuit Court. tlon Description of NWiof<"f i1'
\w
\ I be corn, and keeping meal in frontof In soda as we thinkIt County. PEAI.) A. J. Thomas, U''y Myrtle T. Deaver n.nuty. Clerk Brooker New j" !
narkrt again, and neecllesH to say Guess a good rule l is to prepared applying OFFICIATE 11/16 4t 12/7 0': ;
them of the of the circuit Court portion NIS> "If' ; It
I time Clerk 4 ,
most along visited
The Floyd Crosbys _
we were tickled to death about It.She for the worat, and you'll not makes plants mora susceptible :Myrtle T. Lx-aver, Deputy Clerk Hole Roail HI--ti: i

( took Rood care of Uils litter often be disappointed. with/ hogmineral.. Had them to cold damage. Crosby brother-in-law and 11/9 4t 1130OTl'F Circuit OTICFl Court.Te Bradford APMUAItIn County.EIorl.lai 7 South, Ilnna-a 2(1( r

t 5 double-treated and now will take S S Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Name In nhk-h
of six and even though It included la Chancery.Iither Oreen.
t small at the them to Market in a couplo of The cold. weather we are havingnow at Theregxa Sunday. Mr. \ : TO CPPIIl Tiwrrk-k Lester, Plaintiff, vs. Certificate, No. ii", .ranre
Tom Thumb so Weighed our pullets age .
runt ( II of
one ... W. Adcocte Lester Defendant.
weeks. has been 111 but ia Circuit ( ..urt. .U..rdo..nt,, Edith May 81, A D :1'1'
At birth that we were advised to of seven weeks and they average e e Is just what our asparagus van very ,'.. In (.h.ncerr.. Case No. 8781 Di-scrtptlon of PI ,i ,

of it) and one pig that had J.5 lbn. bird. According to needs. It would have done a lot little better at this writing. .. Miller :Maher Plaintiff vs. Notice To Aopesr. .WM, Section 16. T n
tlspone per I.meal feed for our We are all to hear of A. :Maher, Defendant. To: .:.1111> '.'I. Adcock Lester, flange 21 Rust 4H A L
If had cleaned out sorry
la side ripped open, the average statistics we have at hand this more good we Case No. 8773 whose residence and address Is. : c/o Name In which
'
,a" 35 Ibn.. and we received $28.00 Hhows that they are about two about breaking us, the bed so that the cold would misfortune which happened to oCI... Te Appear.To Mrs Luther Letter, Clio, .South: CIL.rollna. .. C. O. Iloda-es. M I e I
|Iso we bought 310 Ibs. of slip- kill back the and Mrs. James Thomas of : Joseph A. Maher, whose .resi Certificate N..,. irance
ier hundred. Did "not, however weeks ahead of schedule, and we asparagus plant d.- nnil; address Is: t'nknown. You are hereby notified thAt a June 1. A.n, 1M' '
c' do so well with the gilt which hope to keep them growing fast I 12c shucked corn from a neighbor at Seems tunnY'to be glad that cold Sunday afternoon in the loss You are hereby notified that a suit for Divorce has been filed Description of p 'I' ,It'
a pound and are feeding that weather does some good but the their home by fire. for Divorce has been filed against you In the above named. T.ot 44, inTownship W.mllitw
,/rought the litter as we recelv..d'nly We got 200 day-old chicks as pullets Knln.t In the above named Court and cause and you are re.quired B South II
and you
giving the shucks to Joy who fact remains that cannot Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman ') of your answer 6 Acres. w
J13BO/; per hundred for her 'and out of the whole batch you and cause and you are re- to serve a copy
enjoys them very much. We un- Mr. and Mrs. L. A .. of an- OF pleading- the complainton Name In wfil.'h
) to your
and other Crosby serve a copy
,Vould have done well to keep her, there am'! about six cockerels, and grow asparagus/ some to the complaint the Plaintiff's Attorney, T. Frank Schmld.
ve suppose but feed Is the big as they weigh clone to 2 Ibs. each derstand that corn feeding by Itself things as well which are normallyare family helped Mrs. Norman's the or Plaintiff.pleading Attorney, T. Frank Landrum. Starke Florida and file Certificate No. -,; vance ,
Is not enough so the original In the office of the June I. A.n 1041
we supple- Mrs. Crosby's father Uncle Florida and file
North of here unless Htarke.
,roblem and as the Haying goes we are getting ready to have some grown Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be. Description 1\
ment it with orIginal In the office of the lttol
milk (for the sow) McKae. celebrate of K't of \ .,
his 80th
sufficient cold weather. day of December 19S1 ; \\ ,
get the 17th
you fore
lOgs will "eat you up" mighty good fried chicken dinners. I..rk of the Circuit Court rn or be Township 6 South .
.
S S We are keeping an exact recordof and fish meal for the pigs.Ve Otherwise the asparagus will grow day at his home at Pine .. the 10th day of December, otherwise the allegations of said Acres. lu 'R' 'I
be taken con.
either have to learn how to raise Sunday, !>51 : otherwise the allegations of Complaint will as Name In which, a atIt
All of which makes im wonder the amount of feed consumed, here Itself out. Complaint will be taken as con- fessed by you. Sawyer.Certificate. -
corn or rain a substitute for S S S Mr. and Mrs. Marcus ...... by This notice shall be publishedonce N.
about whether can and soon we will\ have a good idea you consecutive : vance
four
gain you it (such aa hi-gear) or stop trying and, children enjoyed This notice shall lie published each week for June. 1 I. A P IM!
also feeder. pigs and make moneyt of how well the flock has utilizedthe to raise for Glad we planted our narrow a .., each week for four consecutive weeks In the Bradford County Tel.graph. .- Description of Pr.ip,rtf
hogs a profit. The supper at the home of .... Tele- X Hlk I D, Runny An ,
Bradford "
of beds becausethe In the County rt i
feed we've strips rye up on
if raise bought
it. Guess can of November, Ion "a
you you rough figures we use are that It and Blanche Brown Dated this 14th day ( SI I, Township 8., ,
of your own feed and have SSt heavy rains almost flooded It.We're Dated this 7th day of November, 1951 Z3 Knst'
I float takes about 4 Ibs. of feed to make about the cold night! the occasion being (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomaaClerk Kame, In which i
nough sows (and a good out one long row of'broccoli not worrying Circuit Court Manassn.All .
pure
. \ one pound of gain on a hog, so If mond's birthday. (OFFICIAL PKAT) A. J. Thomns, of the
weather as we know that rye can By Myrtle T. Beaver Deputy ClerkIn of the said pin'
red male). in the sedge grass field. I'ut the feed Clerk of the circuit Court
your costs 8 cents and more Sure sorry to report the .. H/t6 4t 1217 the County of Ihailfi .'
i plants about 30" apart, and all take It. --- :Myrtle T. Beaver Deputv, 'h'rk. Florida.tniesa.
a pound then it is -
likely costing Illneits of Uncle Bob 11/9 4t 11/30 .
555Bought Halslop nmilford County, such cert fl it.
We got a terrible rain last Fri told set out about 240 plants which you about 22 to 24 cents a pound his home. Went by to nee torlilni Circuit In Court Chancery.iluth flcates shall he reitoen, >ii ,
washed out should give us all the broccoli we and we can't a better cow feed for NOTICE. TO ArrR4.lt Ann Hahn Whltall. Plaintiff, to law the propertj} u
ay that just about us I IRoad8land. see getting enough Joy and although it costs 1 50C a Saturday night and he was Circuit ( curt. Bradford COllnt,.. IScrt lllchard AVhltall.I i Defendant, such, certificate or .-iilf., ,
and lots to sell the vs.
can use I
nd of course it was followed by on back at selling time to make it Ing a lite,) better but was still ...rld.i In Chancery. Case No. )7NO) he sold to the lilirlit n .liilil. ,',
Just as soon as we worth while. Now bag more we figure that we are .. Stinm.'rr'.t'dVagetnff, Plain Order Of I'ubllrntloH .%n,lotlc]11' Court House door on th n
I old' weather. Don't know yet set the if you raise getting about 2 qta more milk per bed. vs. James Watr.taff, Defend .. ppenrt, "Mate of KI.OHIIIV day In the month of r>. ..;
out plants we Immediately your own feed that Is Glad .. which Is the 3rd dai J' "? ,
entirely different to Loran
see and Dot whose
hat It caused but have day and so the extra milk Is cost-, Hert Itlihard Whltall inr.i
damage put out cricket bait ( .
some containing Case No 8774
and we know folks dence Is: Unknown: 1'1
around ner mid daughter Pnted this 1st dabr V
Peggy
here now to chlordane) and also dusted Ing us very little. You get what ..tlr" To Apprar.To You are required to appear on
Ived long enough here who do
' make money on hogs. you pay for and we have discovered -: back to our community. They : James WagMaff.. whose I cember 17 1951, In the above ) I 1951.A.. J. Thoman, rlf-< ,
the plants with DDT. We've e e making their home with ..." .. and address .I.' 2105\ High Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Court of Itriiuford .. I
learned, that mole crickets and cutworms Just about decided that when you buy cheap I Street: Charlotte, North Caro seeks divorce and restoration of da. II" 41 I II1III IS
that the only father, R. M. Crosby.
will ruin a setting of young way we will get some feed, you will very likely get lina.Yon are hereby notified that a''
do cabbage cheap results. If only our stock : School will be out Wedne for DIvorce and restoration of (
plalltslnls something
you plants started Is to grow them in could talk and tell us what they of this week. The children 'I name has been filed against Clothing
about them. But of course we a sheltered place, so Alice planted excited about are : In the above named,: Court and I I Ill ALVAREZ'STORE Established 1S9J J -I

got a very heavy rain on the soma Early Jersey WakefleM, cab like! Thanksgiving and you are required to serve
S. days We teachers are all copy of your answer or pleading
broccoli plants and now we haveto bage seed, as well as some cauliflower I the complaint on the Plaintiffs
Lost one of our pullets to coc about a couple of days to .
set out more cricket bait and and Brussel's in T Frank Lamlrum Starke, j
Sprouts cidlosls. and that made our record house. and file the original In the
dust again. what we call our greenhouse The .. ot the Clerk of the Circuit
' S 3 lost out of the original 203 Please leave ,,, before the of OUTSIDE SNOW-WH
\ plants are and It looks your news notes on or iruh flay
up as thoughour obtained. Now we have another Floyd .. .. 1951 ; otherwise the alle I
mall
Planted another double row of effort will be Crosby's box not TITANIUM LEAD and
successful.
of said Complaint will -.e.ak..n
BngHxh peas in the following way: S. sick with the same trouble, and it than Monday evening. as confessed by you. cz: :-:::
''i looks like we'll lose it. I This notice shall he published, $4.95 VALUE. TE-PAllt
Made a deep furrow down the We learned why we have so S e e .. each week for four consecutive A Paint you can d.p.nd \

I middle of the bed and then applieda much trouble getting lettuce start- Alice did save one which was In llrcult'\o'rlr.Court) TO, llrmlfiird API..1\n '.... :::::. In the Bradford County Tele I I ="--11- not to peel', tub wash off

( heavy dose of animal manure ed In this way. Alice planted just about dead when she discovered Klorlilnt. In f'hnnn.,.. Dated this 7th day of November, turn y.aow..old en ....

\. '\ (cow and chicken) in the furrow. some, and I then when she looked at Henry C. Drew Plaintiff v.. .. a back guarantee.
.
It. Its head was on the Clark T'rew, Defendant (OFFICIATPRAM ... J. Thomas.Clerk Over million gallons lotd. Freight PrepoUM
1 Raked the bed level and then the need. bed later she discoveredthat Cue No.
of the circuit Court Excellent for brick
floor and twisted around Its back. IVntlre cov.rag. on 20 gall,
To ,
planted a double row of peas ants were very busy carryingthe Apprnr.Tn. Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk. .. wood concrete and cinder
& Alice gave it SuI met, and some I-rncle Clark r>rew. ,,' .. Of more. 4
Hft 11/30
; } about six inches between row seeds away. She gave the antsa reeII.nce" In: "/0 Jllr.. Hrirlniild 'ewit.I5ncst block.' Sample can.. SOc.
Got a wonderful stand and the dose of 5 percent DOT and vitamins and now it Is well and kin' 78 Oonanlee Hardens, Save Money On This Special Factory Pit
we I VOTICM TO APPEAR
South .
healthy and back with the flock. Carolina. ....
; PropertyOwnerI young plants loAk fine as they think that fixed them Now perhaps S Von. are hereby notified that Circuit<< Court. nmilfonl County ---- -
.
.. .. .
; .1. In Chancery.
I
suit for
; ore small, sturdy, and have a fine by taking this precautionwe Is nvnlnst you Divorce in the has above been .. Milton McMMlen.' Plaintiff. SNOW WHITE PAINT CO.P. .
Big guestton on our place : '
I deep green color. A good thing may get some lettuce plants Court and mime. and Martha l.. McMlllen.: DefendantCase '
Is. Blondle bred? If she \is you are No. *7' O.: Box 86 Jacksonville
i: about English peas" is that they started. so quired to serve a ropy of your ..tI... To Appear. I Fla.TRANSFER.
safe, but as soon as we discovershe ; swer or nlendlnir to the ..oml>
: Martha U MoNflllen, who.-I
will stand deal of cold on the r..J. I ID.'y
a great Plnlntlff's Attorney, ;
isn't Blondie will be butchered. flay ,; In- r/ henry Keener, n '

: Windstorm Insurance weather as if the cold does kill Thinned out a row of rutabagas e e 'Inn,' ,''h.RFt rdl0 ITulldlnv file the j ori) r.:${; : New,am Ilethlehem hereby notified Pennsylvania that a I -

- I'I the blossoms, another batch comes and as we are a couple who never In the office of the flerk of the ( for Divorce ha. been filed

I H; Cost is low-Insure Now out again. can throw a young plant away firewood.These cat-faces They burn sure for make a good longtIme cult of Deremher r-oiirt on or 1961 hefi.re: otherwise the 3rd tI.'I .and you cause In the and above you are named re. 'R. B. At V AREZ & S N STORAGE AND CO.

S we set out the extra plants In an allegation of. >nM Complaint to serve a copy of your
and give plenty of heat be_tnlten confenned .. IIn.1
adjacent row. While doing it its hv Yon or nlesdlnv to the
and did not
;;: I Charley E. Johns Worked our berries S55 This notice shall be "u ''. Fran' ; and Neal tEvanitJr.: ;;; I :: .
the before some folks stopped at the Road- once each week. for four .
get far \through patch "" I.n\f Exchange Building. Jack. ..
I Alice saved hen which
,;' Agency rains undid most of our stand to buy something and of a apparently weeks In the Bradford County onvllle, Florida and file the origin. I >? lord
heavy tried to commit s.ulctilc. graph I In the office of the Clerk of the ,S:: We operate
course asked what we were doing. Paled this 25th ,, .
uncoveringthe
clay ot
work. But we were Court on or before thelny dl-tann
" She found tho hen with her head Jfc long
IS 8TAKKE FLA. IDol 1 t.
Phone of December c"t...
of which were We told them and wondered laterIf IflM : otberw" M9J.
\ crowns (many caught In the wire of the drip- (OFFICIAL SEAT.' ) A. J. .. allegations of said Complaint --;) : where In V. 9-1
\ burled because they had been set they laughed at us for they said Clerk of the Circuit be tnkrn ns confessed bv you __
I ping almost lifeless and .
pit,
put ny Myrtle T. Beaver Deputy, Cl. This unties shall he published.
..,.. ... and getting rid of the that they never heard of Betting ...
/I '_ too deep) her in a pen by herself with feed ii/a 4t each week for four consecutive EXC' U-EM:
... .
11 ... .: few weeds. On the whole, though out rutabagas that way. However and water. The old girl madea 'XOTICK TO API-mil .. In the Hradford County Tele I'I _

''I' .' ...... we think that our patch looks the plants lived all right, and in good comeback day by day, Improving In rii.rlilnt Circuit In"Court..hnn..."..n.lfo.d... (..... Dated this 30th day of Octo'< I w _ _, __ STORAGE:

.j1.er..ntmne{ THE TRAVELERS Hartford pretty good although It Is not as fact a neighbor tells us that they steadily until Alice finally Tiinllllu It(,,l It'| I h |It.Duston Punt.ui Defi-niliint Plaintiff I ,I ,.. 1951.(OFFICIAL I"FA" : T.) A. J. I u ___

",I1 1 thought she was ready to be put Case No. Clerk of the (' .. Thnmao.j __ FACILITIES

, L 1 back with the flock. But some- %otlre ..... Appear.To :Myrtle T. Beaver Deputy Clerk Agents ForDELCllER ___
: I 'I how or other, the old gal had escaped resilience, anil ftuldrrss. ,is-: < "" I __
from the and Ufllvery. Itenvvr. Colorado TO APPR4K
back
pen was .
HAVE YOU HEARD? \ on are heritliy notified;1 that In Circuit<< Court, llrndfiird County. I first!
.
jLADIES, with the other old ladles but this suit for Plvrirc has liven l-lorlilni. In hnnrrry.. BUGS. _. ---a- See us
time had hung herself by stickingher against. you In the above .. ", J. Meyerr Plaintiff vs.
Lniirt and rat,.. snil you are ..' Sylvia Meyem. Defendant.
head in back of a board up on qtilrKil to serve a copy of vour -

II LITTLE OR NO MONEY DOWN! the wall and flopping off. She ewe the ,'I-lalntlffs or'' plrartlnir Attorney to the complaint T

was almost dead again this time, I.n.nilrurn., Hturke, Florida and
thei orllflonl In the '
office
cf the (
but once again Alice got her backto SfdthSaCylroV'tnC.ryrntb' on nr hetore lest Drive" Americasfavorite

life and now she Is. well and : 195i! :
IN YOUR OLD RANGE wise the allogatione' sail & :
TRADE
; healthy and back with the rest of Ptalat will b. taken as confessed!

the old gala. Can't figure out you.This notice

; REGARDLESS OF MAKE OR CONDITIONs why she should try to end it all once each week shall for four he.. !>.",,"

lB unless It weeks In the Bradford County .
: Is a casa of soma mali .rA..h. '

!. : XT'' : ; ::' "' ; ,:;y... ,v-.r.: :, .-F Wlj cious gossip In the hen house. mi"1. this' list day of \

s OFPietAT. SRAt.) A. J. !
Clerk of the Circuit ('
;
: By Myrtle T. Braver n.-puty ..
; PINE 11/2 4t 11 -

;j duringour LEVEL >.1o..lr._TO \PI'.a It itrlvc' : ._f

Ky Mrs. I!. M. McRae In Klorl
Alvin 'TtJ'F /lD1& FO*no****
Kuirene ( Dnlntlff if-e teas
j. Mary Hutfi .. t"b.t.; /veS BUILT NfAKiya MOST SOttS J
tfSS THAU
: 4 We were glad to have our pastor CP* No jfU.lieu MAKtAtM MIUJON rex f"
'
): BANGB'BOUNDeU :; Rev. W K, Hall and good wifebark lottre T. Appear. mi fsrsytrrvo vL4P4/
LI OLD! To: Mar Kiith/lror, whose r /ft THt TV?* OP CVoVVeTywUfMOMTHt
with us Sunday.George North lneo I.Carolina: 3" l'KingaIn. (' ,' BUILDSmi ,
oNiyy-a CAASI
Harrison and lion'ot
You ar.. 1 Provlilc'nce. stilt for nlvor.hereby notified that IN TN. 'M ICE I'IUD/" _
lit were visitors of the H. '
suftlnit. you In the .above'
M. McRne's Saturday afternoon. I Court and cause and y"U are

.. They were friends when they were quired to serve a copy of your
liii of 20 and 23 swer or pleading' to the '
7 young men years of on the Plaintiffs Attorneys ';
,, ; age and hadn't had the pleasureof T. Kvans and Neal 1">. Rvans. '
ILI ....... 101 taw TCxrhanc: Ilullillna-' 'I
.
<\
., ---F.. 'i seeing each other for nearly sonvlll. Florida and file
the
'. : "
\ ,,..' \, -1 :!:y.b::;.c.: kI 60 years. (RI.! ,,ln'h.S Court nffc\| on of or the h..nrk.f.rs th of" '

I: ':/:9.ii: : Mrs. Margie Underbill of Starkewas ''"V of Docemher, Iflll.: t.r| ,,
; visiting Mr. and Mrs Jack the allegations, of paid': c..m..l. ; u ,
_ will he taken II. ronrc..oi"| h\ .,.,"
I.QThla Underhill Friday. This notice shall be .

r#! J:: = 5TJ1 Magic Ch..r tai rante la ipeclallys. IllrtlHlity (Vlrbrutlnn once weeks each In week the for' Bradford? four .. ... -o'-------

beauUlu1 ,
; 11briDta H. M. McRae celebrated his 80th Telrmaph.

p .- priced duria our Old Rante ptUI Round-Up.1oll ..1aIUntdependabWt..lt birthday at his home Sunday with J9J nt.d this SOlh day of (',. i, i iOFFI ror'a8latil; Drift Is tee iritisl

0tT I YO\l top performance uclulhe.eaturea.aucb i his children, grandchildren and ( .'TAt. 8RAt.) A J. "''' l MM! It's till Mwtst, snwolbrst!, "_ _ _
baa w many Clerk n' the '
'tct friends. Those attending< were Circuit toiifist uloeilic sfifi -
",1 oweD beat regulator \t n" lIyrtle T. Beaver PPIII" tt, sill! -
Wheel
.. Red
the full* fj Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and II '2 4t II
unlta-lar&e _
-the oae.piCS top burner maui son Gerald Mr. and Mrs. KMnn S NOTICFI<< TO APPFMR

.4 insulated owen-Swill' Out.BroUel'-1't..1 Sapp and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Odd I. (.I.'t ,'. ti""
__ __ other See tW and other ..AA# C(4'( : Green and children of Hellbronn Ruth P'Irkia' Liebten. I. f..."la'Rlitt.......'...,.. VII. (i

.pecUli today Springs.Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Mc- [.Irh..n, trendpnt. e.... NI>, Better yet
j Te \pp"n. I .
Rae and children Mr. and Mrs. ToBtanlev Uchten .hnH"
dence soul addreeo l I., fnknown fluid Toique Converter
,' Robert Myrlck and daughter Mrs. You are hereby notified that !
Hull for WITH DRIVE
Divorce hoe been FORDOMATIC
Sue Myrlck and Owen Alvarez. aicalnet you In the above roMXMunc R torn
Court and pause and ynii, are
Afternoon guests were Mr. and quired to serve a copy nf
... .rT.l'.pl'jdlni; ; .. tn th. complaint your' I Fordomatic ia two drives in one, combining the best
and
Mrs. L. A. Crosby daughters, the a Attorney T. I
Landrirm.' Ptarke. Florida. and \ I features of earlier "automatics." You get the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Groover of ,{t smoG
the orlfflnal the office '
of the [ flow of power of a Fluid Torque Converter .
EXPENSIVE INSTALLATION I Brooker Mr. and Mrs. Pledger of the Circuit Court on or before I
Jrd day of n.,cemb. Automatic
r. 1951* : Mechanical Gears
LOW I _ _ _
COST
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,- ",>1V. NOVEMBER ... 1931' BRADFORD COUNTY TEU.GKAPII, STARKK. FLORIDA __ PACK ""


the occasion will be Mm. A. D. W.M.U. manual, directed by :Mrj|

m ( Watsnn and bits\ J. O. Detweller, F. D. Cant.

oupt ,_ ?A Hymn 3sBY n n ..: iR Keystone I Heights! On Nov. 29 the club will sponsor Mrs. R O. Mann,

a concert in the club house. Publicity Chairman.JJEILBRON.

CLINT &JIONNER The artists will be Russell! Dan-

-_ "a folio American Student. berg, pianist, and Edward! reodor,

I '/ "1; :- Fratiiml) On Program violinist, both from Urn znusio de

-- A tureen supper sponsored by partment of the University" of

I the Community Church of Keystone Florida, and both well known here !

i Heights, was held In the Having appeared in concerts hero i
fjlethodist! Church ''Church of Christ Count Yotir BlessingsA auditorium of the Woman's Club before. Tickets will\ be 75c and 35c' r n Norman

Corner 10th and :McMahun : on Friday night Nov. 16. Guest plus tax. It la hoped that the new
I'h, First Methodist[ Church of hiS speakers for the occasion were curtain will bo in place by that '
,. jrdlally invites you to at- Bible School--10 A. M. father's singing inspires son I three students from the University time. "'. :'1. I'. :Meeting/

following services of wor- Preaching- A. M. and 7:30: his Three years later the world of Florida; Jove Tarede of r The Co-Forth Clr.-lo of the
picked pen.
voice. up I
" had rich, powerful
Nov. 25. Church p. M. Johnson Oatman. Sr, a of others, "There's not Montana of Co M. U. met at the home
y\ .ji Sunday, ( Lumberton. N. J, their local merchant was singing, among scores Panama; Alfredo Pint RnI111xt| | Church of Mr ,
: .a begins at 9:45: a.m. A Prayer Meeting and Bible Study To peeple was the o best singer In the elate. That's why a friend like the lowly Jesus no not one, no not lombia; and Alberto Roallof\ Rev.o'r..d D. Oant attended the Anc"l l Norman Tuesday. A brki j t:
'' will be held at 11 each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. 1 .t next to his father one.* In 1898 presses rolled off a favorite that Is Cuba business aesHlon
.. service Johnson Oatman. Jr. always Fta. State Baptist convention at was carried ou
around the globe his Inspiring 'I I
? found In hymnals
,
k I in honor of the "Very Everyone welcome. In church. He loved church music and he "RI :hee Ground." Purpose of t the program was to Winter Haven and reported that In which )plans for making stuffe J! l f

The Rev. W. 3. loved to hear his father aln,. Perhaps manhood theta with why a It was in 1897 that Oatman wrote what some regard stimulate interest in the study ot this XHh.( annual session was the animals for Christmas gifts w ;

\Ili n retired minister of AidS t. Mark Episcopal 1 cello Johnson to Oatman contribute, Jr something. grew Into to tho faith of his as his masterpiece Composer E. O. Excel! tr "We Americans, North and South;' largest in hlatory. Rev. Gant gave dlHci.ssed. The animals are to

-age. < Methodist Conference, will lather.AI. Stark County, Ohio, set "Count Your Blessings" to by George P. Howard the book highlight of the convention that ready at the next meeting. R "r ,
Smith
1 1 1 a Church School 9:45:( a.m. Morning Junior member of the firm of Johnson Oat music and of this number Evangelist Gypsy selected by the church women as Included addresses, by J. Howard frcahments ':: i\-
were
to "The 1
'r special sermon whistle It and served
J' said men alng it. boys at tl'
r found limited outlet for once Each. \
Prayer 11 am. man & Son. young Oatman the tuna"And a mission study course. Williams, executive secretary of close of the
.Tderl' Flowers will be pre. ambitions. So he studied for the women rock their babies to sleep to meeting by the hosteeIt.
Litany and Intersections every his religious hundred gospel hymns came young man spoke on his own Texas; Ted Hlghtowrr. pastor of +
Two
ordained. But the limits so he wrote. '
all 1 I persons present over Methodist[ ministry and was T. 11 T. goelnl l. l t
.;1'r'r'r'r age and a special gift Friday evening at 7:30.: of one church were too confining and he went from his pen every year for a quarter of( a century country. Mr. Tarodes traced thepolitlral St. Paul Methodist Church, Louis The
5 from pulpit to pulpit as a "local preacher." Still The total passed 5,000. When publishers asked that history of the Panama villa Ky. and the election of Dr. Inlermcdlatss and Youn '
v presented to the oldest the subject, "The Navy Chaplain". he had not hit upon his true calling. When he was he set a price on his work it is said that Oatman Canal and presented' the viewpoint Carnett as convention preslknt.Tho People of the Hellbronn BaptlJ ,'i r

Jrs n niesent The Youth Choir A cordial Invitation Is extended to 36 years old Johnson Oatman Jr, found his talent declined to accept more than died one at Mount dollar per Pleasant song., of his countrymen in regard to the Prayer Sarvlce for \V..n..I Church enjoyed a welner roast ".(fit

I jr ish special music. all service men and their families I If he could for others not sing to like Iln,.his He father could he preach could N. Johnson J, In 1926.Oatman.He found Jr.,his talent and he made his none lie dlsruxsed"' the government day evening; Nov: 14th: was conducted the home of Mr and Mrs.: Ca :i :

n Navy Film, "Naval Chapels to attend. write to mrtliorn. songs! through his hymns. contribution and he still preaches to millions of the Republic of Panama. by M. L. Bcajtley After a Sapp last Thursday night, Abu !

the Pacific" will be shown ate The Senior and Intermediate IT WAS IN 1892 that Johnson Oatman, Jr, every ;year through such songs as particularly in relation to the devotional )pfrloj Mr. Stanley gave 25: boys and girls] enjoyed th I.80clal. I.,

Sunday evening service, at Melhodixt Youth Fellowships meet United States'!, Mr. Montana "gave Hti Interesting talk using II" his .

. D p m In connection with the at 6:30: every Sunday evening. The WIt,. .*.. ''/,'. blllouit you mrt ttmfitt-toluJ, &.' So rwldbt eonfllrt, tfbitbfr leer 0' tmtll.Do a bird's eye view of Colombia, subject "ChrlHtlan America." Miss Patricia Wllliard of !{t'f I
the ell It lilt, V mot t* dbcourtgfd. Cod it ovtr .11/ ; particularly stressing geographical Dilly Wolf, Associate, Sunday t) ,
the /
ti,s ins of picture, pastor, theme for this Sunday is "The Wtm you err Httmrotti, ttlnklng State P'urm was '
Count monv bltitlngi 1 mgll tvlll tlrJ, features and economic conditions'!. School has
tbtm by tar your Superintendent, organized
bltttingt tin
Count n mt
Mitchell will preach
., T G. on United Nations at Work. I your mny ot Miss Norman"ThunkuT'iilghtr.
And U mill/ tor frill you' ...*.> tbt lord biboat.. lltlf) *iJ .../or' glit you to your ,jounty't tad Mr. Roalllo talked on the srhoo cherub choir with Mrll.Joverett Marian '

system of Cuba, from elementary Sloan as mimic director.' / b ; ,
Art burdtnti HlH o ford of tnrttDaft Count your Htnlnii, nomo tbtm on* by watt request, he Sgt. Julian ;''
you btortConn Count blttugi ut mbar Cod bolo dtntlCount through college: By Tho monthly meeting of tho i Spruco of the A ;;:t for crow tttm bevy' you or* tMtd It your famouspioneer Corps In home
father, !
his
bltnlngi, nomt tbtm on. fry sag told about a I norton Circle of the Woman's with his famil If
blfitlngt, ."'r,, dorbwll{ fly' your '
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke And your you will mny to tinging, ft for Jnyi f. by. Count your waxy bltulugt, wo what Cod bath down flyer from I'ey'Veltt to MIsMlonary Society was held at the after 13 months of active duty.

Chicago. Havana, In whose honor an obelisk home of 1\1'1I.\ E. Altman Monday, Sunday dinner guests of Mr an ,.
Copyright.. 1897 Renewal 1925.: From "The Service Hymnal. Hope Publishing Company nan been erected In Key Wast.Articles I Nov. 12. Mrs. C. L. Parker, In lira Leroy Norman, Sr. were h.
Used by permission.) from "South of the parent, Mr. and Mrs. J, '
r r" i charge of tho devotional service, S. Sa ,
Border" were used In decoration, and Mrs I .,
Carlton
used the program toplo "Train Upa Chastaln
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor 'fir, I and appropriate fond was served Child." nampt n. Their
/' l lr Friday gua a
Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town I Tho tables were covered with with gayluncheon Mrs. A, R.: Anthony was hostessto were Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norm
cloths, centerpiecearrangements
PHONES: Office 231 J Pastorium 130 ? of fruits and, vegetables the Lcola. Brothers Circle at Jr. of Starke

\ \ her home Tuesday, Nov 13. Quite a few of our children hai
..
Mrs. F. b. Clark, program The regular monthly business measles.

SUNDAY SERMONS: 11 :00 A.M.: 7:30: P.M. / chairman of the Community meeting of the \VM.S. was held C'huri-h Hrr\Icon

Sunday School 9:45: A.M.: -Training Unions 6:15 P.M. Church Women, Introduced the at tho church Thursday., Nov. 15.: Remember church service eaI |
DUtrlbutxt b, Uluitnted F turw -Ddl.ato._Blrmlnhm ally
11iD;\ -WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30: P.M.: speakers. Mrs. A1tl't'd'nts'lll.. Followed by a covered dluh lunch. I Sunday. Sunday School berln_
bin C. J. Dasteilo. Mrs. W L eon. 10 o'clock. Morning worship
TabernacleThe Church of God8th i
At The
__JI' ,. FARM i iIty Reynolds, and lira "'. M. Walrutl Mrs. Mattie Lawon. gave the devotional o'clock. Training Union 1 ,
Ste. STATE
at & 'St. Clair were responsible for decoration and Mrs. Stella Stanley 8:30: )'1.01. with Church
TilE CHURCH TilE VISITING PASTOR Saturday night meeting
VISIT WITH and serving. presented, the program "Whither : 7:30: p.m. Sunday night, n"1
the Tabernacle brought visitors Sunday School 10 a.m. Mrs. Ilryan \\ltltlteldHrlilgo I ;
11 a.m *. Asia?" After the luncheon a close I meeting each Wednesday
from many nearby towns to hear Sunday Morning Worship
'
t'liurrh) WAS held for the study of the 7 o'clock.
Service 7:30 Community
the timely message of Rev. Nye J. Sunday Evening : p.mY. C'luli MretingChryennthemume I
Langmade IFCA secretary and P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.mPI'ayer \Vonicn Form Clnles ..
In -
Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m arrangements At the regular meeting of the --- : : :- : : -- --- -',-- -- - :::_
Midwest --- --
of the '
president-treasurer blended
that artistically Community Church Women of
Hear Pastor Hob traJSunday 7:30 P.M.
Bible & Missionary Institute, St. their variety of hues, enhanced the Keystone Heights members voted.

Louis, Mo. Presbyterian ChurchSunday charm of the home of Dr. and Mrs. to organize Circles whereby the

"DOES A SOLDIER WHO DIES Dr. Langmade spoke on the H. J. Kucera Thursday afternoonof total membership will be divided PICTURES.

IN BATTLE GO TO HEAVEN?" "True Church and the FalseChurch" Friendship School Class at 10 9:45.: a.m. Inst week when Mrs. Kucerapntertaln..d Into groups of in to 15: mnmbers ; .
described In Revelation .
as the State Farm Bridge An organizational; meeting for day
3722.; The True Church 11 am. Morning service conducted Club at a deexert-brldge. In keepIng -circles I will be held at the home '
Hear The Answer to This Question From the Bible by Rev. U A. Shepherd. "That's Our Business"CHRISTMAS
(Philadelphia) represents those with the approaching Thanksgiving of Mrs. W. L. Reynolds at 3pm..

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton who stand steadfast in the faith Youth Fellowship Sunday eve. season, the high score prize Nov. 30. A similar mel'tlntnI'/ 1'1'i t l
,
and neither to the left nor Wing at 7 f m.1'F.STFc')1oIT.I.1I0I.lSESS. night circle will be held at the -- M
swerve was a basket of mixed fruits. It ------ '" -. "" r. .. : 6 ,
non GRAY, Pastor o the right, while the False ChurchLandlcvans was won by Mrs. J. C. Wallace.Mrs. I home of Mrs Alfred Watson at :

II ( ) are blown about by I 7:3O.: Nov..' 30. Circle lenders will f'h ,
W. N. North was lucky in SPECIAL ?!
CIIt'RCII I be elected and;l plans; completed for I
Bible School 10 A.M.: H.T.U. 6:30: P.M.: every wind of doctrine. The Sunday School 10 a.m. bingo and received a box of "Thank I Iyou" monthly rlrcle meetings. All who .
speaker left In the minds of his
Morning Service 11 a.m. noto paper. I wish to partlrlpatn' In this form '
hearers the serious question: "To 8 10 Portraits
t'lub
Meeting $2.95
I Community X
"For a real treat ill Christian Fellowshipcome i which of these Churches do I be Evening Prayer Service Meetings 7:30: Wednesday p.m. The regular meeting of the Community of activity are,* urged* *to attend. -

worship with us.:" I long?" 7:45 ntghl Club was held In the Club it''
night : p.m. Saturday 1'ernonul l IronMra. II "' un In. k
Rev. Cross continues his chalk Ftuoms last Tuesday afternoon. A ".
7:45: : p.m. W. J. Slprello president or
talks and evangelistic messages at profusion of lovely chrysanthemums -
II. Gorslra PastoiLAWTEY
the Keystone Heights ParentI -
the Tabernacle used in WE MAKE
was effectively COPIES
Teacher Association, reported on t't "
The annual tho Mrs. R. P.Mcl I "i
Thanksgiving observance decorating roomx.
the State Convention at the locnmeeting.
.... FRAMES .....
I ,
will be held by the group >ndon, First Vice-President, Dec. 20. Theme of the I

BUY oN L.'lE.YEAR' 1 Friday evening, Nov. 20, at 73; presided over the business nieet- Convention was Home-Srhool Cooperation S R NUS "
of FIliST .
o'clock. L. Ing. Adding to the enjoyment for the Citizen Child. .4 '
II. Flitch ,
The next scheduled speaker will the social hour waa the presence Mr and Mrs. William Coleman, Till ItEST FOR LESS .
of Mrs. D. L. Nix of Atlanta, .
who here last BrA her ..
be Rev. Patrick Arnold of the were year,
BRAND HEW West Indies Mission, who will speak Marvin L. Cruce. who Is env Georgia, a former Club member.At again: staying at the White T U E M ODE KN {JV A Y ,
B. Godwin
Mrs. J.
this meeting
on Saturday, Dec. 15. Mr. Arnold ployed in Fort Pearce, spent several Feather Court.
has been here several times and days here visiting his parents joined the Club. Mrs. .T. U Williams Charles Miller and Wm. Clark
JfcufELECTRIC and Mra. DeWitt Sinclair winter visitors have returned to

1952 pll'his sure.visits are anticipated with recently Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruce are were h/istesHes and cookies and w'lth served' coffee.sandwiches Keystone Heights for the season CHRIS J. NEWBERN STUDIO"The

happy over the announcement ol They are staying In one of theStltchberry
Leonard Noegel Is expected,, Mr. and lira Jerk Nelson of 'I cottages
PORTABLE the arrival of a grandson Kenneth
along with other boys from Hot Jacksonville overnight guests I Roving Photographers"Formerly
Lee Carlton, In Clermont Hoe were Mr and Mrs. G. R. Weber of
Jones University for Thanksgivingat of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen Newcastle, 1'a. spent last week
SEWING MACHINE pltal, Groveland. Mrs. Carlton With Hoover( Hro*' .
home Thursday. with Mr. and Mrs. Stltchberry.
will be remembered here as Kula
Mae Cruce. Mrs. Herbert Thomas and their Mrs. Eula Walker who has beenIn
daughter Kathleen went to Palat- KOCATKD: NEXT TO POST OFFICK: ; _
STARKE
0t Christian Church Dinner guests of Dr and Mra. Sandersvllle. Ga. for Home time,
W T. Walters oil Monday of last ka Sunday. to visit Mrs. Irene returned last Tuesday, bringing: PHONE; 103:)

Sunday la the Lord's Daya week were their daughter Helen,, Roberts through the Thanksgiving with her Mrs. Pritchard of San J

day that has been set aside hv Or O. V. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. holidays. dersville, for a short visit Weddings Portraits
1 1t Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. A. O Commercial
for worship. So why not plan to 'F'. P. Wood and W. A. Brown all C. Davis had as their visitors Sgt. Hayden tanking, who has been

u be at the friendly church this Sun of Jacksonville.\ The occaMon being and Mrs. Clifford Rhoden and In the hospital with a broken leg, ;

day for Bible School and worship ? the birthday anniversary ol their daughter, Thulma of Coluni- Is home now and getting about on I IcMJtches. --- --- ------ -, -

Bible School begins at 10 a.m. with Miss Helen Walters.F.Ima box Georgia and Mr and Mrs. '

I C. W. Colson as superintendent.' Crew spent last weekend Lyle A, Noland and their daughter, Work Is progressing nicely on --- -- --, -
There are classes for all age with friends In Hendersonvllle, N. Meredith Ann, of Orlando tho two houses which Key SargentIs -- -

rwraeMydlr I groups Morning Worship begins/ C. building on Keystone Lake.
at 11 a.m. The Lord's Supper Is Floyd Futch of Jacksonville e o

served at 11:15: : a.m. Plan now to spent the weekend here with his ADDRESSESOF 11 nuan's. dull Ni>l<-.. Clean.Work-Free Heat t't'IR '
attend. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Futch. INTEREST
Evening' services
begin/ The regular meeting of the
Mrs. H. B. Arwood U visiting
[ With Christian Endeavor at 8:30: Woman's Club will be held on
I relatives In Alabama this I I
r week.
the J. \V. Abel, change from Vent-
and fur
Evangelistic Service at Tuesday, Nov 27. HoHtesses
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Crews are, 1151 mn. lmp rla|. tyl dc
Starke.
7:30.: nor, N. Y. to
'' tOMtx14Nf visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. Thomas I Pvt. Shell M. Abernathy, Bty. blh t-for y ur hom l
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at In Clearwater this week.
C. 728 AAA, Qua Bn., Fort Bllsi.
7:30: cur) study will be the 4th Rev. and Mrs. J. I). Robinson

I Chapter of I Corinthians. Remember pastor of the First Baptist Churchof I I Texas BOASTKulMIng

> ?w .the church who prays together Lawtey, attended the Stale Mrs. Gertrude Roarh, change
I 1 I from Pubelo. Colo to Mission, Ifa/i/ePrice
stays together. Baptist Convention at Winter
Texan.Sqt. Florida I I..*.Our Ifc>a..tlilln '
Homer Swlmlall Minister. Haven last week.Mrs. 1
I Frank Morey and Mr and, Leon H. Trlest, Hq] & Svc. \\' Starting( Ilu/ttird. From

I THKKKSS: Mrs. W. E. Beeker of Jacksonville Co.. 84tut Kngr., Avn Bn., Fort Cnant' to Coaat.FKKK .
i l
I were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Huarhuca, Ariz. ; $ 164,95
ilrvulC'utllH
PRE! CIIHISTItllllUH : : rr Hii|>t lteini l of ,
(ASH
FULL W T. Walters last Saturday. Mrs. J<. W. Witt, :525: Weat Park <.. ,
HoriM-M, Millet and IIog
I Preaching services are held each Mrs. K. M. Futch spent Sunday Ave., Columbiana, Ohio.

week on Thursday evening at 7:30.: night and Monday vlalting relatives 2nd Lt. Robert C. Jackson, Hq) 1'hoi.n. F'IAIUI/\ ItKNDKHKKS: !I. <(< WITHOUT TANK )

Everyone Is invited to attend these In Jacksonville. it Hq. Co. Battery 227th AAA. STAKKK 133: orlAlNKHVIM.K

50 I services. The sermon subject this : Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vanzant ol : Camp Stewart, Ga. ( : 3330. C ll rt ,

Thursday night will be "Warming Jacksonville were the guests of A. U Sullivan, 415 N E. 87th

VALUE I At the Devil's Fire." Mrs. Vanzanf sister, Mrs. C. R. St.. Miami, Fla.

69.50 The young people gather at 8:4: % Crews last Saturday. Maj. W. W. Lamar, change from +r
I
i p.m. and are doing a wonderful l Mrs. C. R. Crews entertained Starke to 235 Ravine St., Jacksonville NEW LOW COST

Job. We truly are proud of their with a party on November 12 Kla. I

progress and hope there will be honoring her daughter Vera on her Perry J. Kite, 7th Dlv. USS KEYSTONEJEWELERS

more young people to join this enthusiastic I eighth birthday. Those present Coral Sea. C. V. B. 43, NNSV' DUO-THERM

FREE! BUTTONHOLER group We are expecting I were Ferrll! Jean, Randall, Carol Portsmouth, Va.

WITH EACH MACHINE MCHAttO the Youths from the Lake Faye Duerell Bradley. Donnle and Mrs. J. W Kllllan SOlS Boyd

r r ; Butler Christian Church. So every! Ronnie McSwain, Maxlno and Ave., Waynesvllle. 1!. C. % "
EAST Tommy Jones Reese and Patricia mperia/
young person is' urged to be present Parrlsh, Joy Ann Starling and F.. E. Burney, 130 Weat 17th St.. WALMK MUHLIIOFKUKKVHTONK

TERMS ARRANGED this Thursday evening. Tell Odell and June Starling and Jacksonville Fla. : : HEIGHTSXext I FUEL OIL CIRCULATOR

your friends and bring them along Wanda Wall. Mrs. Crews was W. M. Oliver, change;\ from Durant -
t 1 with you. asxlsted In Mrs. Frank 2104 W. Church to Harvey' Drug Store
I I serving by Fla. to St., Exclusive Duo-Therm Dual
Chamber
Burner b
Swindal] Minister. clean-burnmg
Homer ,
) rite '1'aUayl Jones Refreshments consisted of Orlando Fla.Edward. O at any fire netting, low to high, mild or winter weather. Cliit

I soft drinks, cookies and birthday( K. Motley, change from yon mart heat from tnry/ drop of oill

- St. Edward's Catholic cake. Lomlta. Calif to 329 East 228th Prompt Eactusive Due-Th... "
i -Sh-Jow
||
I ? S'yllllll ghee home!
i MAIL COUPON Mr. and Mrs. James Anders of) St.. Wilmington, Calif. Efficient Courteous heater pIcked! with you a
MsT OR S! .ye-appeal well "" performance' t Rich
vA U 9 Rev. Richard Lyons pastor. Palatka spent the weekend herewith Cpi. Billy Dansby brown fin in h with i bran* trim.
ACME
Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. hln parents Mr. and Mrs. O. NG2462833"1 Service Complete with
Bat. A, 23rd AAA Waste Stopper. Automatic Draft Minder.\.
I Jacksonville Fla. I II I Weekly )Mais at 8: a. m. J. Anders. Fort Jackson S. C. Fully Coordinated Controa! -for perfect heating comfort.
103 II III
W. Forsyth St: I II Confessions Saturday 7:30 to The Thanksgiving service at the .
Pfc Elvin D. Geary Co. H. 102
would like a free home demonstration of your fully 8:30: PM. Methodist Wednesday Church evening was. with held Dr.on Reg., 43rd Dlv. APO 112. care PM-. EXPERTVATCH TERMS see f/s today/
Cloacae
I I II Children's Catechism
Machine at $21.50
Guaranteed Brand New Companion I : Wednesday, 4:00: F.M. Walters bringing the Thanksgiving N. Y.N.Y.

at no obligation to me. me a.e. !ors. K. W. Witt, 525 West Park REPAIRS

I :Name I I nirncii OF jr-scs CHRIST The Lawtey Junior High School Ave, ColumbleaOhlo.. C. II. NASWORTHY General Suppli
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--- ----------- OF LATTER DAY SAINTS suspended classes on Wednesday 0.1,1f f ,
I Address _.- Hour Dally (o 6 P.M.
----------------------------------- Masonic Temple Call Street. tor the Thanksgiving Holiday.Mr. 'hone[ 19-t
State------------ Sunday School every Sunday and Mrs. L. H. Futch will be ftlldget Pencil! Hharnener Ideal Wednesday 9 13 Neon Starke Ft'I'
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I fltiFD.-'d.: -,;;;:-1'kaae:----Sent----Specific- Direction------B T 1 morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Services Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and for home ui.7ele e. Only f 1.83.-Bradford -- ----- --- ..- --- -- -,- -- --.

- - -. - 6:30: / p. m. A cordial Invitation Mr. A D. Crosby of Starke. County raph. -

lis extended to all.


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FAflK EIGHT BRADFORD OOUNTT TELKGRAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA FRrny.
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I L. M. Gaines Has The Answer For Men 1 Tornadoes Lose F-I The Unsung Heroines 01 Many Football Games =-="



Who Like To Fish But Never Have Time

: To Kelterlinus

L. M Galnes popular Starkt- L .4

sportsman has solved the prob-1
.
Jem faring most fishermen who Continued from page one

like to fish but never have time ,
I downs E
to go. All you have to do 1 Is havea ,
Byrd failed to Rain over center .
pond dug In your back yard, ,
but Starke was offsides and a Ive ,
stock It up and fifth every evening
while wife Is fixing yard penalty was paced off. Green
your supperGalnos' I
pond Ixn't exactly rightin -1 tried center for four Valentinelost : tr I
one and Green
the back yard. but Its close acampered %!

i enough so that anyone wanting to around left end for 18 yard. and a- I T ?
, first down on the BHS 40. a
_
call him home to supper can reach : ,
"'It'sjust Bussey gained 10 more up center .: *
Mm. A fisherman might say ,
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and another
two good casts down the hill" I I __ first down. Greenpicked ,

Gaines s8ld' he had the pond _____ up one over center, made I 'V' .' ,.., .. .t.s' .5'

dug three years ago, but that the i five over right guard and the first : 'I '

area was already half-way under I I I quarter ended with the ball on the : ( :
brought' BHS 25. t:44 f
water. A bulldozer was
Scoond ,
J la and In 10 hours working time, | QuarterThe ;

Gaines had a private pond In back first play In the second .

I'I cf his house Cost of the pond Including 1 quarter saw Busscy run througha /, :
hole at f' ?i ', ..
?, right tackle and sprint
the fish with whli'h it was $$4-
I the rest of the 25 yards for i't.
stocked and all the other Incidentals a / .
.
amounted to only a little more touchdown. Byrd's kick was good .. ', '1 .
and KetterllnuH took 7-0 *
a lead.Byrd's '- -- 8r
than $300. I; .
kl<'k was taken by Me-
He said' he stocked It with bass Rae on the 10 and returned to There's. no way of knowing how many games these girls may have won or helped win. but there's no doubt but

perch: and some of just about alii I the BHS 23. Johns tried left have been the unsung heros (tin this case heroines) of many a football game. Pictured (left to right) are the what Ihe t hpprl.' '

of Florida's fresh-water game I guard for one Crawford's pass to HUh School this season Shirley Shaw Jackie Tanner Phyllis Strickland Shirley Carpenter Jimmie Moncrief cheerleader! at' 8raI
1 fish but somehow or other the "There's nothing to catching a mess of fish before If Thomas and Luctll. PI'I
supper you was no good. Prevatt ? y'1I'
, cat fish slipped In too. "But.thAy're got The group spends many long hours In practice sessions Just to cheer up the team and the fans when
keep up your own pond" L. M. Gaines says. Galnes Is pictured hereon four at right guard and Thomas Instructor everyone gen d i o\\'nh art aWorm ,
nice sized cats. Guinea I Inlil the guidance of Miss, Nina Bishop physical education at BHS
the eclae of his "back yard" lake doing just that kicked to the Ketterllnus. 44 whereIt
.. .. "with some of them weighing -
was covered.

In around two pounds apl..ce.1 I'|I feet long and about 75 feet wide I Most fishermen after having a Green tried left guard for four, Ranch Navy Chaplain's Life Self-Employed Folks Keystone
' Fertlllratlon of the \ Isn't [
pond
{.! really because of the It haH a day bottom and for this ) streak of particularly poor luck ran right end for one. Valentine Depicted In Film I Report YearlyOn
necessary reason the water never looks like "swear off" fishing until they moved up the middle for three and NominatedFor

#I abundance of thick green vegeta. It's entirely clear Small springsall bring! home a fairly good sized Byrd kicked Into the end zone. To lie Shown Sunday Social Security
lion all the way around the pond ScholarshipWilliam
around the edge supply It with catch. But with dallies, such Is Prevatt made one over right UnderwayContinued
Gaines still throws 100
f. But pounds of commercial fertilizer in enough water to keep It high even never the case. When he needs guard, John. moseyed over right I The Navy film "Naval ChapelsIn If you work for yourself and are C

. the water ever II') often just to In dry weather but due to the his confidence restored he just tackle for three but there was a ( frqm page one) The Pacific", was received In planning to Include your own nameon and Mrs. W. C McCrsry McCrary"

keep the fish fat and content. gentle sloping edges, even rainy' pays his fish pond a visit "It five yard pAnalty against the local Starke this week from Captain the quarterly social securitytax stone Heights, has 0:<

, The pond Is approximately 150 I weather affects It very little. never falls," he anld. lads for being offsides McRae ran period of time. A. O. Martin, District Chaplain of return you file for your employeesdon't. as the nominee, for been a
left end Dl, ,
for tn
and Thomas
one dropoed Mr\ Baker spent a considerable the Sixth Naval Dlstilct. The
! So says Ted C. Van Rotary International
,
back to Dunt. Mis kick was al. 1 amount of time finding the right film was sent to the Rev. Thomas Fellowship. for, ,
Antwerp of
OPS Ceilings Mr. Paul Futch New National Guard most straight up and the wind I' kind of worm for the project. He I G Mitchell a Chaplain In the U. S. social manager security office.the Gainesville goes to Rotary The nomination headquart) ,
caught It so that the ball rolled towards -
tiled the old woods
Used Cars Released the BHS I t regular flat i j I Naval reserve. Mr. Van Antwerp. says that Chicago for further examin:
, Qn Former Resident Regulations goal line when It I' '
hit the ground. Johns grunter, the manure worm, and a The film depicts religious life In many self-employed businessmen I If Mr. M<'Crarv Is then ar,
finally
:;j Effective Dec. 20 Dies In South DakotaFuneral Recent distribution to local caught up with the ball and downd ')number of other varieties obtained the Navy and shows the contributions who were brought under social security he will take the final comp.

, Selective Service Boards, by head- It on his. own 13 yard line. from Texas and Oklahoma. For that the Navy Chaplains are I as self-employed people by examination given to wlecners ,'

Dollara-andCeflts ceiling prices services for Paul F'utch.io. quarters of revised regulationsfor Strickland moved over centerfor 'I one reason or .another they were making to the spiritual development the 1950 amendments are under of the Rotary F'ellll\\|() ,h

on used cars will go into effect December a former resident of Starke the postponement of InductionInto three, Valentine failed to gain all ruled out.Finally of the men in the Navy, The the Impression that they should he i Is. successful in this he .

i 20. according to A. Reid who died Tuesday, Nov. 13, In the armed forces of personnel at right end and Ketterllnus drew he found the type worm film f will be shown at the First report their own Income 'In the sent' to some foreign countyear's -

v Mann. District Director for the Mobrldge, S. D., were held at 3 who are members of active a five. yard penalty for offsides he wanted and purely by accident. Methodist Church of Starke on same way they report the a study under the P,

? Office of Price Stabilization here. o'clock Sunday afternoon In South reserve units has greatly Increased Then. Bussey panned to Tebault'I A customer from North Carolina Sunday evening Nov. 25, at. 7:30: paid to their employees. That wages Ilin'tconect. I International Mr. plan.

out Sanderson. for the touchdown. Byrd's kick l left two cans of worms with him ; McCrary graduated
The new ceilings are spelled Prong Cemetery near the number of requests for Information p.m.Naval Self-employed people report the
In ceiling price regulation 81& Mr. Futch was a native of Baker concerning the was no good and the score was when he went back home and for personnel who served In their own for University of Florida tan
open- earnings social He
was elected ,
to
I':; which applies to all used car sales County and lived In Starke a num- In the units of the Florida 13-0. I the time being they were Just for the Pacific area and families of security purposes member
Ings only once a year, Phi Beta Kappa ,
Jiigh-r
I: by dealers or Individuals. After I I ber of years before moving to National Guard, Adjutant General Johns received Byrd's kirk on I gotten. However Baker said he naval personnel will be especially at the end of the year when : scholastic
fraternity
they
He
BHS I
.ti December 20. all dealers must tag South Dakota. He was a veteranof Mark Lance said today. 48.the 25 and returned It to the turned them out Into his hand one i Interested In this picture states make their own individual Income teaching In the University
oconsln
used cars offered for sale with World War II. day. Just to see what kind hey Mr. Mitchell but a cordial Invitation tax returns. % His
The postponement of Induction Prevatt's to Wlnkler I references avery '
: make and model and ceiling price. Surviving are his wife Mrs pass was were. and noticed that they were Is extended to the general
Self-employment highest ,
and
orders of all men who are members good to the Ketterllnus 31 and for I earnings (except those wh
: Including any extra. special or optional Edith Futch. and three children still very lively. even though they public to attend. In connection checked them have
of the National Guard before attaining a flint down. Johns tapped left earnings from operating a been me:
''i equipment as well as the Loretta, J. P.. and Bobby Futch; for 'j had been In a can for a numberof : with the picture, Mr. Mitchell will farm and from pressed. S
the age of 18 years and guard two and Prevatt ran allover certain professions)
[L; dealer's selling price. The regulation his mother Mrs Bessie Futch, I six months. Is assured under the left tackle for nine yards and'i days. preach on the subject. "the Navy are covered by the law and must

.,' further requires that after Lake City: a sister Mrs Dorothy new regulation. provided the another first down. Prevatt hit He called his customer who referred Chaplain." be reported If they are $400 or HOE: Production U
'1 : Howard. and brother Und him to a fishing somewhere ]
December 20 all dealers selling a ey camp
guardsmen enter for four Johns tried the I I more In a year A form for
'I'' used must furnish Futch. both of Lake City. 'i satisfactorily perform else. The man at the fishing making In Florida This
cars purchasers for Ye
their Guard duties same place two Johns tried ,,!, NEWS ABOUT the annual report and figuring
,\ within seven days after the sale a the left end and found four more I camp gave him the name and address the tax which i la 2 1-4
'I percent will
'r''j: duplicate Invoice giving detailed automatically lowered by 2 percenton "This assurance of being ableto and then came back to tap center I of the worm grower and SERVICE MEN be Included with Individual Incometax Florida farmers will\ p

1'' Information specified In the regulation. that date and at the beginning continue with educational activities for one more and a first down on Baker went to see him. It took a forms. The over a million hogs and pig

I of each subsequent quarter. employment and being the Ketterllnus 10 yard line. I lot of persuasion, but Baker finally Returns Front Korea self-employed special form which year, according to project,

'1 with
their
.l\ are for the models from forbids dealers from requiting purchasers I the support of families: while fulfilling hit It a little harder on the next every week to supply his customersat has returned from Korea aboardthe tax returns Income Agriculture, constituting a'

//1 4 1910 through 191l Models made to make payment over a military service requirements play for three yards. Johns tapped the fishing camp. USS Weiss a high-speed trans used to early In ]1952 will be come of about 23 million d

l I'; before; 1940 models will take the period of time-to finance the pur. appeals. to many young center again for one yard and All the time, however he kept port of the Pacific AmphibiousForce. credit for give them social security Florida: produces about 01
the
men, General Lance said. "Also, Prevatt the right end He has been In the Far first $3,600 of theirselfethployed
:, ceiling price for the earliest make chase through any particular lend- ran for two adding a few to his breeding pita I cent of the nation's total
the fact that no units of the but It wasn't enough for a first with Bast for seven months Income for 1931.
the Idea of participating
'f, and model listed In the regulation.' ing agency-to buy extra or optional raising enough to crop, which la expected' to t tf
Florida National Guard are on an down. Ketterllnus took over on jater supply all his. needs. Now he's In special operations far behind
million head
In case of a model after 1951,, equipment accessories parts or this year. Hop
c alert /status Is an assurance to employers their own five yard line. glad he did since he decided to enemy lines. Keystone Lions ,
3.5 the
go In
when sold used cent of states
I' as a car,. services of other per
any commodity that their employees who, Green tried the center for no In raids Wonsan
Into the wholesale bait business I on Songjln farm Income.
i the will be the ceiling Induct
ceiling price Three
to obtain delivery of a used ear-to are ipembers of the National gain but ran left end on the next altogether. Baker said his worms Ip p and other Communist-held coastal
l' delivered of the car wh..nnew This year's huge hog crop
price L
play l for 23 yards and first downs
for the region where It i Is. sold, trade In a used car-to accept less Guard should bA undisturbed by the first half ended.a j are the Ideal size for baiting hooks, areas the Weiss was credited with, New MembersThree pected to be the nation '
I[
rail
4 Including the price of any item of than a reasonable allowance for a to military"service In the foreseeable Third QuarterParker's | stay fresh longer than others, and I the destruction of gun emplacements largest on record. Probably a

r: extra. special or optional equipment trnded-ln rar-or use of a rental or future. kick was taken by Valentine -I their color makes It easy for fish'to I II rail yards. troop concentrations -, new members-C. E. Mit portant factor In the currer
If you are a parent or an distinqulsh them from the mudor I and supply depots. chell. Wallie }\.(. Muhlhofer and
I employer on the Ketterllnus 23 yard In hog production Is (he UM
that is on the car. An leasing contract with an option to
allow't I with a son or employee notyet line and returned to the 38. sand on a lake bottom. The Weiss docked In San Diego, [ John R. Powers--were Inducted antibiotic feed supplement
ance for a used car, traded buy, If the selling price plus rental 18 1-2 Calif. Into the Keystone Lions
k ; years old, you may'want BusJey ran right tackle for two So now this section has a new on Nov. 8. Club at ports from farmers in this Ii''

"j I a new or used car, may exceed the! charges exceeds'! the stated ceiling to learn the benefit this I Green scampered around left end type of farming.worm farming Baker At !MurDIII Held I its regular meeting last week. An er Southern states prove t t

:" ceiling price listed In the regula price. : regulation provides Your young for seven and Green romped over Here's wishing It every success. 1st. Lieut Tracy M. Baker son I appropriate talk on Lion ism was mong herds fed an aunomycamln )'

''II} tlon.i Detailed information about the: man may qualify under the law., center for five and a first down. of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Baker of given by A. E. Anthony Jr., following B12 supplement mom

i,! ; If he does .he can perform his I Byrd sprinted his left end for 19 i:,, Keystone Heights recently re: Installation of the newmembers. decreased growth Is more
OPS said the
celling prices spell regulations be obtained '
may by duty with the local Guard unit,' yards to the BHS 19 for another Guard Unit ported to MacDIll AF Base Tampa The new men are welcome ,and less feed Is consumed

111J1 ed) out In the regulation will apply writing to the District OPS at receive regular Army pay for his first' down. for duty with the 365th Bomb I additions to the club and lie II-off time.Florida's .

until January 1. 1932. and will be Jacksonville. rank receive the finest In military Valentine hit left guard for one, Wing as a pilot. i will be put to work for the betterment 1940 hog crop i

I If"1 training and serve with other local Green tried center for one more.BU8l1ey's 'To Practice'Continued Lt. Baker Is a graduate of Bradford of the community. 3.3 per cent of the statei

; young men. If a young man I pass for Tebault was no High School and before entering Four guests were presented at: farm Income, while the 1 lIP

Is 17 years old. he may enlist with I good and the visitors were penallz- the service, he was a police I thla meeting: Lions H. O. Williamsand brought 2.9 cent of the
f"1 I his parents' consent ed 15 yards for clipping Byrd ( from page one) Investigator In Gainesville. Ed' Gray of Melrose; HaroldH. per

____ ___ The local Guard unit welcomes kick was partially blocked and operating In the .proMom will A veteran of World War II. he Dona of Keystone and HerbertA. SPECIAL 1'1( IIOOI.OFTELEGRAril I l'd I

. I Inquiries from parents employers picked up on the BHS 30 by Johns I bo the Sheriffs. office. Iark.. served In the China-Burma-India; WhItehead of Claverack N. Y. PLA'i'
( who returned It
TRAnrn YOI''' m.i> K-rm'K IN A. R.\DlOS REPAIRED ,and prospective Guardsmen Any. Tornado 38. eight yards to the 1-ollee and' the DeUItt c. Jones' theatre of operations with the 2nd I The turkey shoot staged by the

. down make pnvmint von R.nn llheiHl n. 'new ullnwiinr0 out*, Wttwill .All .Mckee lit .Models one Interested. Is urged to visit the Johns slammed left tackle fortwo ambulance Hertlce The problem Air Command Group. from Nov. Lions last Saturday afternoon was: A special section of the

. 11'.deJ.' ... Co. ItnWIOnlNO HrUNitnNhl. ..NaraKHNrnnleed. local Armory or phone I will IM officially over when 1944 to Nov. 1015. He is credited I graph devoted to telling the
ll '''. I. .Mill...:r.ntt.: or write and Rowe passed to Thomasn a great success. Thirty-four turkeys ,
!: AND BIRTHDAY CAKES TO.I: W. ( all Ml. "'''1'''. Ph. 118KriiAr : I the local unit and a qualified representative the Ketterlinus 28 for a first, I two star lustem are fired In with 190 combat missions and 285 of the schools of Brailford, C
and 20
'\ -13: up Orders taken At Dahiuer will call to explain Irequirements down. Johns ran his right end for: the \Mnlty\ of the football wartime patrol hours He has been mallard ducks were, will be Issued early In Dec,
lift Hhopp. Phone ((18-J. If : : VHII" > a lAg II\IHH s tel.. ,I field. .awarded the Air awarded successful to
: for three and Medal with participants It planned
mil* I UtnlniMiiilily I prlip' l "lo,.1. entering the unit. the next play was wortha I one was originally
IIINOF.R fll WINO Machine Com Ilas C.. ]I.( touchdown. Johns carried on I Oak Leaf Cluster. I A good crowd of both men and I this special edition io"

pany. ....k. City. Kin Phon 8 0, Mr. DeWitt over for the score while most of And reniemher folkx-Its all Lt. Baker married I earlier but It was found
women
tile
I will repair yinir niarhlno In tiptop ATTTlAt riVK newly done o\' -r fur: KnightIs fiction.er. former: participated during the I I
\ ronilltlon. riannnalil' WUM nlnned. upttrtntvnt' for rent OrH ly the Ketterllnus team was busy try- Miss Martin K. French of afternoon and sarI to expand the original
only K.nulno lIr'' parts.Our Annrtmenix' on I"hlrk PIt..r..t, 110 VictimOf Inl to figure where Rowe hailhidden Edgar: practically all In order to give a compr
j
service ours pltk' tip *i id.lIv..ry per month. A. J. Thomas, Jr. the ball. Parker's kick McRae lost two and and they have two sons, Michael: rounding communities were
Prevatt
.. .. was '
rvlr .. ,
n ii|1'oii r |ii* nt.Nw _* "' 41. lA'l'' Heart Attack aur'l picture of the school syst.r
singer: nmehlnHs ar. available no good. Score 13-6. Fumbled with Ketterllnua recover, 8, and Thomas 5. sented. Many and varied
on rennoniiblA terms. I' ':11':11': consequently more time wed
.Ol'S'\II".I".1; Parker's kick their
was received ins on own 38. Pvt.
rrny by Howard
ninllliMl i I,,,',,. n..,I ahont. one HeWItt Knight city clerk of Valentine T. Kully son of of shotguns were in evdei.r.| : I material
j tot.rt Ii HriiniHil. I HUM I a staple fork Lake Butler and brother on his 18 yard line and Green made two at center but Mr. and Mrs\ B. H. to prepare the
of Col. Kully of
... Starke everyone enjoyed the
TMATTRESSES murk rlnlit ear, an umlorMton brought back to the 38. Hotter Ketterllnus drew shooting
D 13
,left eur, a...1 'a drand' \ I Unit nKomhliK ,.- R. Knight of Starke died al Inus had been clipping on the kickoff a yard penalty has reported to Parks AFB. Plea Immensely.
his for Illegal use of the I ADDRF.SSEOF
OF ALL KINDS a llaht l.iilh Contact P. home Sunday night following, hands
RENOVATEDi.jii H. Kedillftli. Hhvllff,, III. II I '2.1 a heart attack. Mr. Knight 63 yard, however penalty. and received -a 15 Bussey ran his right end for 11.Strlckland's : santon. C'alif. for duty with the The Keystone Lions thank everyone INTEREST

I.'T1tI1.nu\ IttAFIt5" Fine.- wall born at Lak he was air good, Byrd hit renter for two and Leo Singleton I11
Iy""wrlt..r eraser ever nint ,. employee of Towers assignment Mrs.
It and Byrd found was Lackland a
success. A
,I..a,'. In I ..."nn... with l.'yirli, .''a Hardware Co. In Jacksonville 10 on hU right punted to Rowe on the BHB 18 slmillar shoot la be St. Fort Myers Fli
n..fllI. Onlv I .h'' (I nit cii n terl ...,._ was end. Green moved over center for where It handed AFB San Antonio Texas ing considered man I
postmaster of Lake was off to Pre as an annual attraction Rt.<
Butler Parhi.
.v.r" W
111',1'1'.1 from Mrs. K.
frkTY t'o"it I y' T"I"'fI''I'h. four and Phillip! galloped to the
tt 1922 to 192H and served tax vatt and returned to the' 27. I Flu.
FUltNI1.'UItEftf'upholItf',1 .............- .. .... UL._ __._. as_ 40 where he fumbled and the hall Rowe to 1101 Lake Worth,
"- ? wiiufji ..utuiLy from rolled to the 49 before pitched Prevatt on the ,r -
being recovered - -
ni.ORRn IIEr.p-Man and 1928 to 1940.Survivors -- -
and wnman right end for five Johns tappedthe -
for mntntnnm work New by Deas for K"tterJjnulI.
Reflnlshed Klnvsloy'll"h. tf besides hi* wife. the Green. tried center for three and center for four and hit the

former Eyder :McDonald.( Includetwo Phillips sprinted his left same place a little harder on the III WELL WHAT
cad for DAY
IIASTISOSI.TTRESS: CO. A
rulalka FIe. hElP rilllMI-St ': \o'I.ta". 'I'N4: F1t1l.l.2 III-II: : daughters. Miss Sydenn 13 more and a first down Busscy next play for 12 yards. KNOW !

B 01' 2SO IVrnminvl nmnuirrr' of I IIIIKP, fhm I ; Knight Lake Butler and Mrs.' G then went up the middle for 13 Prevatt made two but the Tornadoes Q ;
.... n..el..1 rornior, t.'h..i. I... fill Oclell Turner I
ponl- Tallahassee; two yards and another first were penalized 15 anls for :
> REMINGTON
linn down
n* .I".II..n..1| ...."I 1..1.1 0 t .In laon. on i
FOR Tin: rlt'PO ICr-M\ II)11): llrlilu Htnrke and ..h.r Klortiln nrrni<: Burnett Knight with the Air the Tornado 22. The next play Illegal use" of the hands Prevatttapp..d SLASHES PRICE

-100 Kmrruveit VVvtlilliiK. Invitations muni have At lend. tliri'o yHttnthlnw .. Force overseas and J, DeVVlt saw Byrd run wide around his left center for two on the next
.. ...
ftntt ..
on
raa--rontpnt exierl
nnly II I 18.U. Itruilrurcl County I. Ii.! relutlonx uork ni .e seine or other rollriro%i I.ub.% Knight, Jr.. Lake Butler, one end and cross the double stripe fora two plays. Rowe lost nine and c'ON NON'SU TRACTING'

lcs-raph tfFOtl villlt-allon.' nnr e it {I.? 5il: lii.nltluii. I brother. Col) D. ii:. Knight Starke; touchdown. Byrd's kick was Prevatt kicked The ball hit a I ( MODEL 7171.5 ADDING MACHINE

ItFY'r-YrtiIsItvd apiinmvnt, U worth150 1'pll'a..1 l : |Per"Cilinnllonnl: 'month f..i light. and two alders Mrs. F II. Cason good. Score 20-6 and the scoring Ketterllnus man on the heel and : ,
X l b."on. renter ..t KvyntniioMflKhtn .. nulm Lake City and :Mrs. Effle Mott was ended Ode McGee recovered .
rvlpf (live' full Inr,,, ", ..tI..n. for the night. on the Tornado '
.
Wilier end .1..lr..IIYtur"I.I.1 former rninlua-H, I and Lake Butler. 43.McRae. FROM PLUS
I''n. mini Byrd'S kick
"- was taken $127
Apply ;Murray's' l rnr. lion 411-4 by Johnson TO $120
<1rli f'lionv 2 tIll 1, K...". jtoKOFI Funeral services were held In the 22 and run back to"the 41 lost one and Howe's TAXESWorld's

HflnhtH 3., \.lIn'l .l..rry M\tK plant-Hc
fr.nvr.i.: OASIteiriilarlr .:"' "% ( : \"' inn to orlfflK I.oop turn left l.. of which he was a member. Tuesday over center for 11 yards and! a first pass for Daniel was
priced a' ulq: m.: I'ro. mil. nox u.r.: ,.. down., Prevatt lout no good his I
turn rl M Irr three. Rowe as was next but .
.
one. 'I! I/
.cl to mil at IIT) l P5. You can't. hou.f> on left.I. at 1:30: p.m. Interment was ... .
*,_!"* tM, on. HI 1..nt* On. .*o read HnrpirJtp 1121O.FII. moved back to pass and 'itt nine. his third. to Tebault. was good for I I ..'" '''-
-
Is the -
Swift Creek Cemetery with Johns moved into punt formation U; yards. L""

FOR house R.NT-3:In Klmr"ly IxMt' .room I.nklllnw fturnlsh..I / : n14 HRKIlUIKIlTOI1 the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof but ran Instead picking up four Bussey's
Fur Hale 1 ft ll.Kllv a huriiln' pass to Daniels was no :
Modornlv rurnlKhrd I HI month Hrv Mrs I'row.on Starke in yards but on the fourth down his
.. at T. 'lsriiphntrlff charge of arrange. good pass to Deas was no Keyboar
.
K y at MTM' It. I. Bmlth'n WrltfII vhnn 31 kicked to the Fastest
tterltnu...
J. menU 10 yard good hU toss to
Johns. I 1440 IlIv""" KervHurhnr <> Byrd was no
Mlih' tin 1 11"0 Kill! ItKVT-Iiown-tnli". _'" "", ,",. I line as the third quarter ended good and neither was his fourth
fnrnlnhoil, apartment, with 1'ilviil.nnth ', .' Fourth Quarter one to Tebsult !
1.nHT Oil .TOr.S-\\.I..rn: Flyer' DESIRE
Mrparatf rntranir .
)tl..*volr, tlisepp..arPiI. from foorlmllfl cold. wale .' A Hrutt, ph-in n..t.. ',*.. W.C.T.U. Valentine Green tried center for five, Rowe's pass! for MrRae waa no I TERMS IF
lil Mutiinlur nla-ht. Kwarrt t..r AO5 T.mpl" Ave. itpKoft I made one more at right good. Rowe went back

1 tnfornmtlnn_ V, .....II h. l led.1n. to rrroverr lipiflcYt'i.lc It...:-HI'* AKC wUtvrod. \\ K: T.IUULF. AROI'ND U ITII I tackle and Green crashed overcenlpr but ran his right end for to seven pass!

Corkrr puppln. :9 ",,,I... 1 Vernal' THE TWIGS OP TIIF. TURK OK, I for 13 more ant a first yards Rowe's pass was no good : WHY DELAY SEE TODAY

pastura FOUND between In Iraham f. H Kelly'amiIlrooknr. lllondex' )Jr.. Kill Thornt..n.III, I Til': I.HJIOIl TIt.F"ICnES [ down. Byrd fumbled on tile next and hU last on. was Interceptedby ii-

Ownii may gaIn p..e..Ioa ...- II to \\F. rOl'LJl Jl'ST AS WELL UAV, play and the ball wu recovered Buasey on the Ketterllnus 32
by Idrmlfylnr' and pavlnnifint Foil B.\LP-.10-i ,"r" farm 4-ninm, TIIK AXE TO ITS bythe line.Buasey. i,
tit ad. C M K lly (trahnmTla b..".>.. l>....p '.,,'k well runt ..ff ItOnTo.u: 1 locals on the Ketterllnus 30 I yard Bradford Co. Telegraph
nET KID I A4e4e1
Up U'T Old Itlandln"* II,..." near florniliv' I OF IT. yard lineRowe'a. lost 10 as he dropped I r 71

FOR RRNT: 3 bedroom unf iirnlwhed Plur tin, <
noun*. 190 month l'honJ. Iti Ph, Jim 7r.'u:; : 'ti|1' i.:: I pass Colejr wa. no bault failed to connect a* the !game I H_
i I, good. Prevatt failed to !gain at unI -, ended. i _

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