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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 30, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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&! ornadoes Close Out Season Friday- Single lot !




lith Old Rivals In Lake Butler Copy .



will be written to the BHS the winning touchdown drive came I Official County Publication Established In 1879

Mason tonight& (Friday) when Ocle McGee Intercepted a .

the Tornadoes and their Horton pas on hi. own 45 I VOLUME apw
yard !: yin'v.'rgl1apirn:
Li tana head for Lake Butler line and carried to the Green Cove STABIlE FLORIDA.I FRIDAY NOVEMBER 80. 1M1 NUMBER TWENTY

traditional gridiron 34, with two
their minutes and 57
.t t

.lie flgeratof Union County Cove seconds holding left in a the 13-12 game lead.and Green C Construction Work At Camp Standing WASHINGTON HINTS I Judgment For 32051.98 Is Entered

I Lake Butler leading the From there, the Tornadoes werenot


lcom tone Det Conference loss is a so toss-up far and this, no season suffer-mat-, his from to part.the be denied two Carl yard Johns every line man went with doing over only May Not Get Under Way Until MarchActual 'Critical' Status For This Area I I 1 I Against School Board In Bond SuitEd I


'a you, look at It. one second left to play. A hint that the area around eventualities only. So far it has

.igera' only| loss' by a OM The Tornadoes opened the second Camp Blanding construction win work at sewage, and electric), and extending Camp Bl ndlng may be under consideration not been learned whether the housing Wright St. Petersburg bond and at that time attempted to

I'I. I margin ((14-13)) was to Cross I half by recovering the kickoff and way before next hardly get under -I : the railroad spur from the, 11- for a "critical defense"Status people have any advance information dealer, won his suit against the l locate the bonds held by Wright

They' have beaten all other marched from their own 40 to pay March, the February or menite mine Into the camp area. was contained in a recent from the Defense De Board of Public Instruction of but was unsuccessful In doing
l met Including Bran. dirt, with Telegraph was told This latter Item will be first on syndicated column from Bradford so.
Arley McRa -
lIIey've going the yesterday by the I Washington partment. Indeed they deny having County Monday when The State Department of Education
District
Wllil 'on' Alachua. High last 20 yards for the score Parker's Engineer In Army I the construction list to get underway 1>. C. any. Lumping three counties Judge John A, H. Murphree entered also wrote In
Wright
Jacksonville. 194*
Trenton and St. Augustine kick was blocked and Green Cove It was said, since it will be The article In quoted as follows simultaneously into a common a judgement against the Inquiring about the

B& led 13-8. Design work for the, Initial ,con-I needed,, to bring other construction 'Congressmen Bennett of Jacksonville "- critical defense area is a rarity, Board In Wright's favor for no answer to bonds their but letter.received .,

Parker' 8tructlon.s. materials into the camp: and Herlong of Leesburg however $33,001.98.
_,Tornadoes have no slouch ofLd ensuing kickoff was nearing completion' The Board at length
came to be
. taken by the Blue and should be finished Most of the new buildings will currently .are trying to evaluatea "Both Congressmen are interested
themselves, with six won,, Devils but the by January This amount represented full h lieve that the bonds had been
1, Is be of frame construction but some proposition In the rumor because the three- Ipstor
: ; determined Tornadoes' was said. Bids will then I now pending her
It line held have
and one tied. even payment the amount claimed destroyed but rude
.111.t for downs and forced to be advertised, and other will be of concrete block. It was (Washington) which would declare county area falls In both their dis' by a awaken
II til If they'd be In the runor Knowles to details Wright, covering 112,000 worth of ing came several months
will Clay, Bradford and Putnam tricts. ago
the East Florida ConL punt to McRae, where the Torna. require several weeks before said.At bonds held him when Wright filed
by since the depression suit
( ,
does started workmen present the facilities are be- counties as critical defense area. "The Defense Department has I just before i
Ketterllnua another drive, can move In to takeover tile
until took sparked of statute of
ee title by ing designed to accommodate a for priorities on home construc an appropriation of nearly six: day. the early 1930s; limitations would
- measure 20-6, giving the St. Sidney Jackson McRae, Prevatt, million dollars $3,030 worth of attached bar him from such action.
and Johns. central (housekeeping) compliment for the rehabilitation coupons; ,
lads an unbroken recI Up until now the District En. tion."It and $18,121.98 The Board I
line of In accumulated Interest attempted to
Carl of several hundred Army occurred, to both Congressmen Camp Blandtng on a standby defend
I,( conference wins for thol Johns went the last 20 yards glneers have received only "design personnel, who will the status but steadfastly has re- since date of maturity. Itself by attacking the 1923 Issue
for another keep campon : Instantly that the proposition
]-l t season. buck touchdown and his money. The bulk of the $3OOO- a standby basis awaiting fused to give any member of the I H. P. Morgan. county superintendent claiming that It was made under I
possible
of the line 000-plus might be a forerunner to the
was Inches reactivation -
short appropriation
that Florida authority of
added further to must congressional delegationany I a special
,Tornadoes for full-scale use In the future, If of public Instruction, stated legislative
one point and a tie of the be on hand before actual of Camp Blandtng. It hint statute
prestige Wednesday night of t construction needed.It that the old tenement I yesterday that the Board has that was unconstitutional.
1 Lwk with a 19-13 victory p game. Score, Green Cove 13, Tornadoes can begin has not yet been re was stated that a small was equally obvious tbat the hou- Is dialed for early reactivation asa .I on hand $23,000 Invested now In District Judge Murphree held however. ''I
12. I leased by Washington.Now tug agency might be preparing for troop training center." that the
\Green Cove Springs, winners On the kickoff amount of road repair work will -_ 3 bonds and $3.110 In cash party Issuing the bond,
.. Johns Conference. Jt t after touchdown, on the design boards which must pay the amount of the J
St. with the are be necessary and a small amount can be applied to payingoff bonds
Bradford
I JIB first defeat In an un-; tight line etlll holdIng plan for five 200 x 200 foot ware- of new road, giving access to some I the amount due Wright, This and face value of the Coupons.
Horton
,! ., chain of eight victorieshe down and McGee passed 'an third' houses one large 140 x :COO foot of the new buildings, may ,be Montos Gets Life For Anned Robbery will leave a balance of $::5.941.98thd Unsettled until this week was

rf. Clay High Blue Devils, ing to be the Intercepted, provo cold storage plant, two mess halls I Io built. .. must be borrowed If the the question of the accumulated

":, |'\adnt suffered a loss since' g With turning time point of the tame. accommodate 400 men each, The new warehouses will be located John (Johnny the Greek) Mon- Judge A, Z. Adklna deferred I judgement la to bo paid off In Interest which had spiralled over

" i 26-21 defeat by Palatka in Jimmy Rowe called running his short,, facilities for a new motor pool re, In the old warehouse area of tos, one of the pair of convicts sentence on the first two count., full at this time, the superintend I the years Into an amount actually

p L&&on'. opening game. and with team plays fast habilitation of utilities (water the camp. who escaped from the State PrisonIn and gave' Montos life on the armed I I cnt said. greater than the value of the

. I the Thanksgiving Eve enla Johns smashed his spirit high, Carl a spectaculor Labor Day break robbery charge. Montoa Is already Morgan said that the matter' ; bonds and Coupons.
, with BHS Green Cove way over. Ed wan sentenced to life Imprisonment serving a sentence of 25: will I The Board entered a pleading
Parker come
yearsfor for
passed to Ocle up discussion! at the
, ifd a fine running and passing the extra point and a McGee 19-13 victory for Four Sentenced For Beating Aged Man In Lake Butler Monday when he armed robbery on a previous regular meeting of the Board next off stating that It. willingness to pay
j'gy. The week before they: ; pleaded: guilty to a charge of charge.Leo Monday at which time the matter the bonds, as Indicated by its

o Iwaten J Hastings 32-0 to clinch Green Cove, In the first half armed robbery at the fall term of Zalutsky, Montoa' partner, will be discussed and a decision: attempt to contact the holder
t.t Johns title Four defendants, convicted of Circuit Court in Union County. In the Labor should relieve It of
displayed a powerful running prosecuting the case; or' upon Day prison break has: likely reached as to the method of for responsibility
jdford spotted Green Cove with McCarthy sweeping the game ends aggravated assault In the brutal failure to pay such fine and cost- Montos faced three Informations: not yet been apprehended. paying the judgment.The payment of all or part of tho

touchdowns in the first half and scoring the first touchdown. beating of W. T. Jordan. 71, at sixty days In jail. All four paid. one for escaping prison; ono for Montos was recaptured the same bonds held. by Wright Interest

jwld them scoreless through- Horton, quarterback passed to were the Pelican Club last July 14,, The men were tried and found kidnaping Mrs. II. J. Kucera, wife afternoon he escaped when the part of an Issue that was made are by In a similar case, however, the
I1 second half, while sentenced by Circuit Judge auto In which he and Supreme Court had held
scoring ]Bryan for Zalutsky the that
the second : Board the
In
score. Cars- A. Z. Adklns last guilty at the fall term of Circuit of the prison dentist; and one forarmed 1923. During the depression
weekend.
> touchdowns and one extra 11 I|I extra year 1933
point the Board I
The last touchdown came> i and missed on his second The same sentence was passed Court here Nov. IS. They were: robbery (forcibly takingthe Kucera as hostage was ditched In defaulted hand of the designated paying

j only one second left to play. I The Tornadoes gained try.plentyof on each of the defendants: $100' John Zelrd, E. C. Rice, Earl Kucera automobile), the outskirts of Starke and they became on payment practically of the worth bonds I agent on the date that a bond
fine ;
and
>moment of the second half yardage In the' first half and one-fourth of the cost of Austin, and Sgt. Henry Austin, Jr.: less with many being sold for a mature In order to halt the running

[ lance for Green Cove and i drove to Clay's 18 yard line but TEEN TOWN small fraction of their face value. of Interest, Unfortunately,

ie fans alike i stymied there., No statistics were I Former 'Dixie1 Editor Scientific Talent : Telegraph Wins It Is believed that this is when I the funds Board had never deposited such

running of Carl Johns, I I Iy kept of the game, but Green Cove I TOPICS Wright bought his. with the paying agent,. too
Jackson, Arley McRae and 'didn't manage to make a first Is Visitor Here Sought In Contest I With the improvement of I Hanover Bank of Hew York<

revatt broke the' Blue Devils' down the whole second half. Service Award Teen Town has been renting i n conditions economic It I I. reported that Wright has

aide open. The Tornadoes 1 Harold Knowles, star Blue Devil, Mr and Mrs. O. C. McDavid of Preliminary examinations In hundred-record juke box from Ed financial shape ,to the Board was In I sued several other county school .

I,.i eventual victory by putting was Injured on the fourth play of Tylertown, 'Miss. were visitors at connection with the Eleventh Annual Dahmer. The teen-agers have been maindrir of the 1923: pay Issue off in the re.// board In the state on similar ..

free sustained drives, the first the game and saw only limited the Telegraph office Tuesday Science Talent Search will beheld The, Bradford; County Telegraph enjoying It for the last three sea.1 I Issues.refused.

on marches of 60 yards, and siators after that, a afternoon their return trip from Friday, Dec. 7. at Bradford won third place In the Community Ions. I( has added greatly to the I I

I Lakeland where Mr. McDavld ad- High School under the supervisionof Service Contest sponsored by the program. Board

dressed the fall oon entlon.of Ute Chas, Cowen science Instructor. Florida Press Association for 1950- Due to the game" In Lake Butler Collects For Stadium Damage

Getting Too Frisky Florida Press Association. He 1 Is Students taking 'the 'science 51. The award was !aiade at the this Friday night (year I Tornadoes ------ ,I

president of the Mississippi press! aptitude test will be Florence Association' fall meeting lit Lakeland !) Teen Town will be held The Board of Public Instruction' to make good the loss.

liridai Alligators, partially Kpottlnjf alligator on the public ,Association. Brown. Earl Jilorjnan.' and! Mary,.Jo last weekend. t Saturday night ..t 8 o'clock: with this week finally collected the first After severs )months of II .
wirf; I since 1944 and'f complete"tratocted i- 'hlgJw',1'"ere\ repotted.: "Thereis Mr. McDavld felt hom4In Green. The Telegraph's award was based Ben North in charge.' Installment ott ,$1,828.2,0!) spent 'to Hon; the case wa settled "out lilt''*
right
at of
(
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.Ince March 1930, i no poln, taking the cows off the "I the Telegraph office, since he The .Science Talent Search for on It., campaign In support of the Plans for tho Barn Dance to be repair Memorial Stadium at BHS court" this week and will not

getting: so numerous andy highways and putting the alligators !- spent many hours In this the Westinghouse Science Scholarships establishment of a ''Work clothes held Friday, Dec. 7, are progressing after extreme heat In June 19fH to trial. come
| that the Game & Fresh on," it was declared. establishment Is conducted factory In Starke. nicely. There will be canned the east wall of the struc- M
l back during the annually to discover a planned & Q has agreed to the
I'r Fish has de1 Allen early ture to buckle. pay
Commission the
suggested taking larger
days of World War II when he and foster the education of First place In Community service program that begins at 8 full amount of the repair coat, anda
1 It't all right to start hunting 'gators-eight feet and upinorder was stationed at Camp Blanding boys and girls with skill, talent, went to the Indian River Newsat o'clock and ends at 11, This Includes The Board charged the contractors check for $328,20, representing:

t again. to save the smaller breeding with the 31st Division and edited and creative originality In science Sebastian. square dancing and special M &: O Construction Co. of the first Installment, was 're

ts Commission acted on the animals. He said that hunting the the division's newspaper, "The Winners of the preliminary examInations The Telegraph also took third entertainment rendered by some of Gainesville. with faulty construction ceived by the Board this week.

1'st! of Ross Allen, reptile e,C. l larger ones, of which there are Dixie", which was printed by the will! be given expense place In the Best Editorial contest -I the students. There will be a of the stadium The remainder of the amount will

: and the State Alligator Con many, would drive the smaller Telegraph. free trips to Washington to attend / and received: a certificate of prize for the cutest dressed boy and Instituted be paid In five monthly Installment
ones into wilder areas of the State the and girl.Killed. suit after the bonding
Science Talent
After Institute next merit.E. company of $300 each, i It was stated.
r.e. who pointed that a. serving In the Pacific
out g and keep them In their place. spring and take final examination.
j had Increased in abundance The season will be open for takIng Theatre with the Division dor The winner will receive L. Matthews, publisher of

1944 and were getting so I of 'gators over eight feet In several years Mr. McDavid returned of $2,800, and a scholarship the Telegraph, was re-elected In Action Council Hears Plan First Ripe Berries

llful l from Oct. 1 to Feb. 1 with to Mississippi and now severalother president of the Association at For
they were about to I belt length valuable
publishes scholarships will be sward the closing' Friends, here will to learn Monthly Reports Appear Here
a nuisance. Allen said the the exception of this year, when : papers at Gloater and session of the conven regret Wednesday
|>t a were becoming unafraid the regulations will become effec- Tylertown. Needless to say, it tion Sunday morning. of the death of Pfc Richard J. By AuditorGeorge

-nple and therefore dangerous. tive 30 days after being certifiedby 'was very pleasant for the TeLegraph ed.New BeIng, 20, who was killed In actionIn In spite of the early cold thin

[fquent instances of motorists the Secretary of State. I staff to renew acquaintance Juvenile-Court Fla. Service OfficerTo Korea on Oct. 10. A Second Dandelake, Jacksonville 1 canon that brought freezingtemperature.

i with him.Pallen. Is At Division; Infantryman he enlisted auditor, outlined .
'Topic the
Rotary In the last a plan to prepare I by middle of November
Be Here SoonJohn army April and had
been In Korea monthly financial reports for the a few ripe strawberries
fieriDunked about a month. He
Catching Bait Asked To Serve Judge E. K. Perryman, judgeof city and the began to show their
the Juvenile Court of Bradfort; S. Cook Assistant State was at one time a resident. of light Plant and presented blushing faces
On League CommitteeCity Starke. his ideas around Bradford this
you want to have some fun I, "Don't rear back so far. Just County, discussed the set-up o:I Service Officer, will be In Starkeon at a brief session,I County week.

I flatting with Owen Bryant of wiggle your wrist like this." the new court at the regular r Friday, Dec. 7, from 1 to 4:30: of the City Council Tuesday night. Wednesday morning Tommy
Attorney George L. Patten Canon
of
|J" He has the equipmentthe His advice was a second too late has been asked to serve as a member luncheon meeting of the. Rotary;: p.m. for the purpose of assisting Ilond Quota Exceeded The auditor stated that the three ripeberrles son Ossle to Ca the on Telegraph. brought

"know how". Part of hisIpment At this point a minnow hit tile I of the Committee on Officersfor Club Wednesday. veterans and their dependents with Bradford monthly reports could be preparedat I I office and. stated that there would

consists of a large hook, the Sheriff reared back, and I the ensuing year for the I He pointed out thai the purpose S any claims for benefits to which quota In the County exceeded Its I not much more additional cost 1 be lots more before Christmas
I un-
'd ice chest. k the curved cover of the Jce ches I of the new, law Is handle Defense Bond Drive: than the
: By Inverting tided e Florida League of Municipalities.'I to juvenile they may be entitled because of' sponsored by the U. 8. regular annual audit and I I less some more freezes came along:;
|' | top cover it makes a slipped dumping him backward I i The annual meeting of the League'' delinquents through a different military service. during the Treasury' pointed out that they would be to change .the outlook.
period
,nod seat If the occupant into the water. I procedure than the regular court: While here Sept. 3 to Oct. useful In "keeping tab"
will be held in Orlando Dec. 2-4. Mr. Cook may be I 27. During that on the Wednesday afternoon anotherripe
ll t move Pete a good sport however, which deal with adult criminals. period $1:5: 97 city's
around too lively. was budget. A
reached the tentative
Serving with Mr. Patten on the at office of A. J, worth of bonds budget[ berry from the farm of Henry
|"e other day Owen took P. D.I and laughed at his own predlca- committee will be the mayors of The program was In charge o I Thomas, Jr., county service officer. county. The were sold in this was outlined and presented, but B. HlriHon. Hampton, was brought
iah! Sheriff ment. Of Owen didn't t Dr. W. Q Woodham.Who'll quota here was I final
of Bradford Coun- course several Florida cities. $19.000.: actlqn will not be taken until I I to the Telegraph office to place
|on i a long-promised fishing trip' laugh. That would have been Impolite later. on dlxptay.


|'rtel Sheriff il! cover was of seated the ice on cheat the t, After! shaking, as much water oft Move Into The 'White House When Governor The the first market pint at of Plant berries City arriveifon last

F being' a professional bait catch- as he could, the Sheriff said: "Well, Fuller Warren Moves Out? week and was auctioned off for
-
he
moved his body as though after that we ought to catch our By Russell Kay Supreme Court Justice Alto Adam. some fast travelling to several hundred dollars. So far
hlng a big fiah. Owen said limit." And they did. has been compete Warren claims It needs so badly. no has
With Fuller Warren lease to a I eyeing the mansion for with the big three: McCarty, Another possible 1 p manipulation, and conspiracies: one picked a pint here.
certain mansion i In Tallahassee expiring some time with a view to movlnR'In Adams, and Odham. is Alfred prospective'tenant Involving! the governorship"
"elil Movie Planned Children's Symphony about from when Governor Warren moves Friends of A. McKethan Adams announced Pvt. Davis PromotedPvt
a year now It State Senator Henry Chairman of the State on Nov. 14
out. In fact Road Department
he liked
St. appears that a lot of prospective the looks! of S. Baynard have been trying to who that "flagrant" disregard for moralIty -
Edward's Series Will Begin Intimated
the
at
property so much a James
that he A. Davis
resigned
was recent.
tenants are preparing!! to stampedethe get him to put In a bid for the gathering In his honor and reckless waste of public!
at
first In JacksonvilleAnn landlord (the people of Florida) his place on the Supreme place, but he has just declined with vllle recently that he Brooks- I funds" had moved him to seek ly promoted to Private First Clasit
showing of "The De- Court In order to devote hi* full was willing the a* a member of Battery B of the
for chance to take the thanks governorship.Odham .
)yer'with' a over day evidently deciding that the to enter Into
Edward O. Robln"id Kbsclelny, 15: year old time to convincing the landlord climate In St. negotiations with -the youngest of the 398th AAA AW BN (Smbl!), currently -
( Glenn ___ _____ Petersburg Is much landlord. lot, I CE1'i'
Fora u that he'd
will take place make an Ideal tenant. assigned and stationed at
'1t. Edward's Recreational Hall, pianist, will be presented In the But another prospective occupant 1';'... -- .. .c... -.. The forthcoming campaign will __ u _..._. Camp Edwards Mass. Pfc Davta

r day, Dec. 6, at 8 pm. It l lwil Is first of a series of concerts for beat both of these contender : L be especially Interesting to watch 'Ix resided In Starke up until the time)

!! as an exciting picture of children to be given by the Jack- to the draw In announcing his )! y In that It Is probably the first time of his entrance Into the service)

I 1d! War II In the South Pacific. sonvllle Symphony Orchestra. Sat Intention to succeed Warren a* that next door neighbors have announced last March.

ere will also be free games Dec. 1. the Mansion tenant It seem that r their desire to move Into
urday.
the I
P117CC. while .l. Brailey Odham of San- .munition at the same time.
.
IJm,Mlon: adults :SOc, children Three concerts will be given durIng ford was serving I In the Legislature: McCarty and Adams are both from Korean Fighting
winter season, on Saturdays Fort Pierce. Odham
the tit? used to walk by the place frequently has already
at 2 pjn. in the George and got to hankering to I come out swinging at both and It

Washington auditorium.At *hang up hi* hat there some day.I) rul looks as If there'll be some beautl. Takes 'Time Out'
bloody
noses and
WANTED the second concert In Februr. He claim there are a lot of skeleton -, gorgeous
( black
-
In the closet) that ought to be eyes before the question, I.
ary the Central Riverside School gotten rid of, and bee just Itching | settled :" Although fighting! neeiiiii to" :',

\TRACK MAN will present a dance group. oftering to do a first class job of housej j :, Adams probably figures he has :, have come to a halt, at..leant

several folk dance in costume cleaning. I I the geographical oddson his side I j ,) temporarily, along the Korean

| "an'....: Track man,-rr uh, But ,these three are not all of no matter who else enters the front. It In denied that any efflclul .

J?" tn malt* track Season ticket for children are I I the would-be tenants by any I Is competition. Although his home "...-._ II rt'" ordet.,........
In
"p'd' South Florida, he is a nativeof been
Highway PatrolmanHlUngun $1 for the series; $1.50 tor adults means. Bill Hendrix of Tallahassee given.
i'4 Walton
.t. requested. any. Jacksonville Symphony Association head of the Ku Klux Klan has County, which should I'reNlilentlitl. Secretary Joseph
C., i""'rested. In helping local headquarters are at 1832 Mallory been sore ever since the present i theoretically give him an edge on Short "Mild In Key Went, where
w ."1'. I I that once-solid West Florida vote. President Truman U I
ero train a bloodhound St., phone 8-2161, I mansion occupant called him and vacation
MX"8He contact Cecil S!well, his follower a bunch of "jerks' McCarty Is a native! of Fort log that them can bo no>> cease
"""J .., Pierce, while Odham had the "mis- ---- --- fire In Korea until
sheriff at one*. : He'd like nothing better than to ---- an aroilMtlcnagreement
lo.'a* Dan McCarty fortun to be horn In.. C.an.oia___. ._ .
law .. has been
enforcement of- J. O. McGriff Funeral move himself In and burn a nice Alto Adams -n. Itrailey Odham iilgned.
pp. I All three
1 have long felt the need he'll try again big cross on the mansion lawn. of the leading contenders lie described. a* "not true

,'".. to .help In the recap- .1. O. McGriff, a brother of O. I. Bill refuse to take the> new campaign disrobes to run have come out strong for pesters both ncMpaier| report from Korea

*'aK of e aped convict Now. died Tuesday that Governor Warren moves out. I laws seriously sod list. honeaty In government. averting that order front the
*' have J. McGriff of Starke more agreeable than Tallahassee, Odham announced on Oct. 7 33: Mctarty: 40 highest .
the doC but they still Dan McCarty the personable Superman a* among his campaign Adams 52 sources hail brought
1*. night at his home in High where Governors sometime* find It that he would for Korean
run
to train It. Patrolman young citrus grower of Fort contributor Governor of But the landlord has had a lot ground fighting to a

ll"Qilltirn.' .uid they nee
/".*'" 16 year old. who will held Thursday at 2 pjn. in the Man". tailed to land him 1 in the I desire to hang their hat In the Senate President Wallace Sturgis "throwing the commercialized the Although an official "cpam

"Ie op "III through the wood'. :Methodist Church, High Springs. Governor's Mansion In the last mansion are Dale E. Spencer from j of Ocala Is believed to be seriously gambling racketeers, legal and 11Ugal. past Some dldn t do everything fire" ha been denied the> tact
I Pl" Came survived his I I III I out of our stste and local they promised to do about remain that ground
manner an an e- Mr. McGrtff Is by campaign. back more determined I down Klssimmee way, and a Tam- considering making tile fighting
1jIoo"" n\lrt.. and make somo wife. Mrs. Willie McGriff, three I than ever, and with a new catchphrase pan by the name of Bruce Steven landlord an offer, but be governments.:' keeping the place In ship shape has stopped with both akin
'''"' fur the dog to practice I daughters one IOn. and four sis : "Dan is due la '::52"t'p Being relatively unknown polltlca'ly waiting to see If the Mansion may getsthat McCarty stated on Oct, 21 that order, so It Is not likely that any apparently abiding by a "..eatlea .
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he had been "shocked by recent lease will be signed before the I n.- agreement' not to fire
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ters. : In Talla
reports of deals, combinations, Democratic primaries next spring untaw" upon.

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BRADFORD COtWTT TELEGRAPH. STARILE. FLORIDAPAOB s FRmAYovr.5j,
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c --- -- ---- Mrs. Lee, who Is a world .situation was in India due to their edge =-
day. ot
half Shorthorn calf His ,
of a
and "running er several
enjoyed hunting traveler, really told us of how the Hindu religion. The other two filled
The Life And Times around" A friend milking Shorthorn heifer that he With
seeing everyone. "ar' g
County TelegraphESTABLISHED communists were treating the were musicians, one a pianist, and water '
and I took him to the Naval Air raised as a "dairy calf" has broughta .1 It was
Of New River FolksBy othercountrl.s. the other played the try
Station Friday evening where he nice big calf. Nan and Bud Christians in China and aaw and musician Is
OWNIH-KOITOH 8
MATTHEWS. )
1B7B E. l Jessie Lee LazenbjrOne was t* enter Airman's school Saturday Moody went to Jacksonville last Too, how pathetic the "rubbed" a lovely tune off the Columbia, Soutlj'NATIONAL f' ei,
Entered an Second weekend and another calf Arne,
fubllahed Every rrioaj and morning, after "pulling galley" bought
of Our Servlre
<< Boys
Clans Matter at the Pont. Office at Starke. Fla. September 23 1949 Earnest duty. He plans to come homo and have put It to the/new mother,I
most every weekend. How happyI which doesn't care, but her baby
Southerland Jr. volunteered for
am! wanted to turn up her nose and '
Member 7 1951 service In the U. S. Army and The Charley Cowens, M. L... Lou refuse her vitamins. This poutingof L BRAND

weeks.trained at After Fort thin Jackson basic, S.C.traininghe eight and Freddie John were dinner course, didn't last too long. WEE E K KAsk
guests of the L. L. Renfroes of Everything Is now running according -
'1JJO For Six MonthsRussia's before
spent 21 days furlough here -
8u-'rlltlon, $2.73: Aniuiiilly Bayless Highway Thanksgiving. to plans and everyone Is
x going to Camp Kilmer, N. J. Ethan and Mable Sapp were recent -, happy. at Store for Big 4-Page Colored Newspaper Size
where he spent two weeks. His Price;
Warfare hosts,to their brnther-m-law Speaking of orphan calves, ours
Economic
t New where next move he arrived was toward January Germany 29, 1050., and slater George and Pearl Bakerof are really growing and eating like Packed with Scores of These "All-American" Food VALUE
the anti-communist Birmingham Ala. "potato bugs"-They'( never get'
of Russia to
main menace After to IHDF'I..I.
The being assigned
filled). The eight rat one bushelof
Truby Hodges enjoyed her
,,' world may be economic, rather than military, in the opinion .. Artillery Battalion he at- brother-in-law and sister Densil ground feed a day and nurse
:;-; Dorothy Thompson, widely read newspaper columnist tended a six weeks' M. P. school !! ,,,,, .. .
of and Ruby ,Thomas, of Floral City four cows. (What cows ) ''''''1'w -- .. "',
" "This Russian threat," she believes, "lies in the possibilitypf at Sonthofen Germany, a small Thanksgiving Day. George and Alvlc Werre and IIIIIIIIII/IIIIII/l
that nation attempting to exploit the real and continuing town at the foot of the Alps Af- Miss Ida Merrltt entertained a, kids of Columbus, Ga. were down

economic dilemmas of all the highly industrialized nations, ter this schooling: he was assigned host of relatives at her home for the weekend. Hardly saw

especially those! of western Europe, and Japan." to Communications Battery and i Thanksgiving/ Day. The Laven- them but they seemed to be en-
nations are in near-desperate served one year at this station. |; ders, of Jacksonville Ted and Lena Joying good health. '
, These industrialized well as the While here and before b'fngtransferred + Cook and children of Jacksonville, We had three Missionaries at 'ET1
, and that goes for England, as another outfit, Jr.
straits today- to
Harold Christian Church Sun-
Their and Janice Shiver and Long Bridge
European countries. They are densely populated. enjoyed skiing In and around those Children of Gainesville, Bud and to/J R
comparison with the non-industrialized nations famous winter Alpine mountain
M peoples, by Nan. Moody, and Ralph were -me -
have had good living standards. They have largely lived reHorts. When he arrived therewere I of the guests.
t have been broughtin two feet of snow which was eTOSaaQuantity'
materials I. The fees
by processing good*-raw Earnle Southerlanda had as
of the world, made into finished quite a sight since he was a their o r
from the,four corners guests over the weekend Sgt. ATTENTIONIf
1 fl! i articles, and sold throughout the world. England's traditional Florida "cracker", and had never David Southerland of Ft. Brnntng / //I.f M" ..,.

economic role, for instance, has been that of a gigantic seen Ft. Jackson snow pnly to Germany.on his way from and wife Virginia and Virginia's You Have Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru !
f Sal
mother, Mrs.
I with markets everywhere. And those markets Llge Douglas of Lake
01 factory
Another
> absorbingly Interesting Butler and son, Jimmy, Lester and PINE OR CYPRESS
4:I have constantly dwindled. feature he enjoyed was the International Mable McCullough and children 152 Call St. Starke Fla.
i v I Miss Thompson makes another unusual and important Ski Jumps In Feburary of Carraway. They were dinner TIMBER TO SELL ,
"i of the United States and which lasted three days. He remembered -
; point: "The enormous production guests Sunday: of Earnest, Jr. before -
relatively high s lC- ufficiency in raw materials i.r a especially the U. %i.? ho flew to New Jersey where Large or Small Tracts
our right here Norway, Austria, Switzerland, MAXWELL HOUSE, VACPACKCOFFEE (WIl
to Europe.; We can and are producing he will embark later for Germany.
liability We All
' France, England: Sweden and Den- Buy
' everything our people can buy or use. They are looking for Eddie and
; practically mark participating. Of course 7 1LB.Can
Del ma of New
, Jersey aoon.
This is where Russia comes in. Russia is building up there were other countries represented Roan and Phyla Turner have just PAY TOP PRICESWrite F
maximum possible rate.
machine at the .
productive
her own returned home from a second O
She also needs raw materials and finished goods of all kinds:: About 63:: miles 'South from Son- honeymoon. They visited In Wildwood -

'\ in vast quantities. "Russia needs western Europe, and thofen, still In the Alps, at another Ft. Myers and other places or Call
'I western Europe and Japan need precisely what the Mos- resort,he enjoyed spectacular Ice South. No chllluns or grandcllluns Donald Duck Swift's
t cow-Peiping trade axis can offer and the United States shows. Thin town was Garamach went along and they thought
.: cannot-markets for their exports. While we are ring (Oarmlsh), renowned summer and they were on that other honeymoon B. T. THOMAS


,,1: ring ing the the world world with with trade military pacts bases and how,a new Russia complex money has the diplomacy.started hot-cold to" winter resort Ice floors are Here enjoyed which famous on at entertainments the revolving -- boys Harold!stopped and In Janice and visited Shiver a and few LUMBER CO. PEANUTBUTTER C 0 R N E

i Here is good example of PHONE 211-J
: a push of a button submerge to be minutes the other night. They ,
i I war has become. The day when war strategy could be quickly covered by an excellent tell me they're moving to Alken, P. O. Box 735

based on military considerations alone has! passed. If Miss dance floor where everyone participates S, C. where Harold la already em- STARKE FLA.

Thompson's theory is correct it explains why Russia has Most everyone speaks ployed In an Atom, plant. BEEF

'' not attacked western Europe at a time when the defenses English there At this place you Ralph Merritt Is the proud own- .
'I' were woefully weak and the Soviet armies could probably get teachers for skiing Ice skating

( march to the channel in a were matter grimly of weeks.concerned lest that or ter,mountain horseback climbing riding,, boating in the win-and u..--' _. I I ,72 Oz.' Glass 12 Oz. Can
military men
The top / 2SC 3 3THE !
!Will water skiing In summer. The
be
: last spring. They now think that next spring
. happen
feature
redeeming of this I
;1 the last time there will be a reasonable possibility of such was that all G. I.'s could stay resort In From where sit ...// Joe Marsh

,I a move on the part of Russia. After that, western Europe three especially assigned modern s.

,; should be militarily formidable and relatively secure. In hotels for fifty cents a night and
event, it can be powerfully argued that the men in the ten cents per meal. The meals
LIMIT
any and SURE MIX SHORTENING ( 1, PLCRISCO
:! Kremlin have decided that, in the present state of the world, contested of steaks, chicken, roasts "Fair Square"We've ,

economics may be a more potent weapon than the sword. etc (not stews or Army chow), Lb. Can
4 Hitler's mountain home Is at I / 3
Garamach and Is now a sort of ; "
!
Just had a political tam"but certainly not with rain
'I Police Know The Value Of Courtesy museum or sightseeing place. Youcarl't
paign with everything from a torchlight From where I nit, you've got to

A short time ago the chief of the Miami police department homo drive so you all have the way to walk up to about his parade to a neck-and-neck: give Slim credit for acting on his.

,i announced an Interesting innovation. Posters and 100 yards. Jr said It wa a ballot box race. / belief that everyone has a right!: to
wins friends for Miami, the Rusty Robinson, with no campaign be heard-]ust as everyone has a
reading "Courtesy breathtaking view The house
placards
I e DONALD DUCK SUPERFRESIIMAYONNAISE LIMIT 1 l.PLH
(
funds planned his Election right to his own opinions and
where memberof covered about half
v Department, and yOU! were placed every an acre. The
them constantly-on the desks, phones, gardens! and surroundings were Eve speech for the Square. Slim tastes. Maybe you like hot coffee, *
would
force see
the evidently over 2 1-2 acres The McCormick, who owns the Palace for instance, when you "take a Quart Jar
'
motorcycles, and patrol cars I S E
, vegetation was mostly evergreen movie house, was finishing up his break. Well my vote goes for a
I I': The material was supplied by the Florida Power and trees and vines. There was Hit campaign In Pioneer Hall. refreshing glass! of beer.After all, .

Light Company which had won widespread notice for the ler's private swimming pool, which Then it began to rain. Rusty's were lucky to be lining in a free

courtesy campaign conducted among its employees during was painted blue and green to political career was fizzling out in country where we. can have our
'. the past year. This campaign brought compliments and make the water more beautiful. the damp when Slim showed up own preferences!

i requests for samples of the material from business! concerns You must have a guide to go Inside to say that Robinson people could HUNT'S CALIFORNIA (LIMIT I 1. PLfi
in foreign countries. the famous building Inside in his theatre Q.A
all over the nation and many meet -for nothing. tJlf
,\ Making courtesy a guiding principle (tn the conduct of carved was a mahogany marvelous!and display other of famous hand "I want to beat Rusty," Slim said Ovr; "A' &''''t\. No. 2 7-2 Can
I
a police department is a fine thing. Nothing brings more ill furniture. PEACHES E

will to a city than the "tough cop" who treats violators of As you approach this your first Copyright,1951,United States Brewers Foundation
'; traffic and other minor regulations as if they were on the impression Is of a medieval castle,

1 FBI's "most wanted" list of criminals only the medlval shield I II?! displaced -

, Miami's move in this direction could well be emulated by the swastika Inxlgna of

l in every community which has ti police organization gold and silver over his door.
This Is about MEAT PRICES REDUCED
2 1.2
feet
,
whether it consists of one constable or thousands of officers. This castle Is square. *
made of
And with the beginning of a new winter tourist season almost and has many large rooms.gray stone THE HIGHEST

upon us, it would be well for filling station attendants, i Junior stayed two years at Son-
,: restaurant and hotel personnel and all others who meet i thofen and was sent to Frankfurt Prices

I and deal with the public to follow this good example the second largest city In Germany type of modern Serving is incorporated New Low

His experiences there were PICNIC I HAMS"SUNNYLAND"
'i I Nature Intended Florida To Be Green quite different from those In the in this'up-to-date finely equipped,
Alps. Here his deviation from BACOflAit. 0 0LR.
economical, and helpful Service.
, J' We are now again approaching the season of "burningoff" ,deer regular, boar Army her routine was hunting BAND 4 TO 6
ch (small deer
and think word of caution
farmland a
woods and we which
Is
classified AVERAGE
; as a real de Vermont
1 is in order. There are undoubtedly times and conditions licacy.) DeWITT C. JONES .
'under which it is advisable to burn off land but there most I After eight months In Frank SMOKED: PICNICS
Phone 7 Starke Fla.
i, certainly are times when it is not only a bad idea, but against furt he enjoyed a leave for 20 days. Sliced LB.

i the law On this leave he visited Purls, London LB
1 The slogan "Keep Florida Green" is a good one but we and places" In Switzerland. C 39C Sugar Cured Pc.Br'k. .
'. think' that the only way we Floridians can truly appreciate He traveled via air which was free. Funeral Director Ambulance Service

,i the beauty of our State is to compare it with less fortunate After 32 months In Germany, he Qar local funeral home enables us to offer Conveniences and Lb.
areas of theCountry. We cannot imagine Florida a barren took 30 days furlough home and services not otherwise available. Bacon
I and desolate region and yet that is what it might well be- re-enlisted for three more years.
its protection of trees. There are other areas His time Is up at this writing and ,.
without
come he Is CHECK THESE RED PORK PRICE
flying to New HOT
1 of the Country-whicK. rainfall about-equivalent of ours, 'to be there November Jersey In order We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and

and yet because the land was denuded of trees the inevitable night. He will sail back 26 at to mid accept ANT- life Insurance policy In force, issued by ANT

'happened and the soil became poor and now maintains only many at a later dais. Ger- company, a* payment In part or In full on a funeral.

I waste vegetation. Every farmer knows what happens to He says the German people are Consultation carries BO obligation. Center Cut I Rib End Pork

land which is allowed to stand unprotected from the sun's really nice and friendly but there '
.corching .rays- The humus is lost from the soil and it be- are a minority of communists who I

comes poorer and poorer, until it will grow only a few scattered give a considerable amount of 3S PORK CHOPS 59CI LOIN ROASTYork

weeds. So the farmer plants cover crops to protect his trouble.. i'H
land. And in a manner of speaking, our trees are the cover .Jon"R..John1llIrrI3": "
for land not used for pasture or row cropping. Lubedla A, Johns and Gran- Two -, ; ,
crop
vllle Jones of '
Gainesville '
Repeated burning off the woods kills the young trees and qultely married In Folkston,were Ga. I j 1.4. -''r 1 Cooking Land Q'Sunshine

this is a fact which some people refuse to acknowledge. They November 21 at 8 p.m. Ton 'l .
burn off to get pasture for their cows, and they, of course' The bride wore a beautiful black l..fl LJ 3lbs.; lb.

have the right to do as they please with their own property. gabardine suit and hat with orchid ':MAKES APPLES 25C BUTTER
But we are talking about indiscriminate' and uncontrolled accessories. The couple had no Chevrolet Trucks ;N0 oS TOThEOCKt

burning, for that is what does the most damage. attendants. .

Keep Florida Green is more than a slogan. It is a trust. We had as Thanksgiving guests
And we can all help to keep our State the way Nature In- Prof, and Mrs. A. L. Toni and 2-Speed Axle -- Long and Short Wheel

tended it to be by burning off only when necessary, and then children of the U. of F. and the Calif. PascalCELEftY Quick Frozen Little Acre
University of Cairo,
Egypt. The
under strict control. Tonls have only been In this Coun- 1949's LONG WHEEL, stalk pkg.
try since late summer. He l I. workIng 19' PEAS
I Men's Clothing on his Doctor of Science De- For 12'or 14-Foot Body 1,095.00

1 II IIII'\\I ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1891 11i \\\ gree and of has Cairo taught for years.at the University ?orr. For 16-Foot Body 1,195.00

Toni! speaks English quit well Short Wheel Base 995.00

i and Mrs. Toni! Is struggling along U. S. No. 1 Sweet JuicyORANGES Duncan Hines Frozen Orange
learning "Amcrlcan"'qulte ,
Every Branch of The children who are In school rapidly are 19W8 {With{ Above Wheel Base $200 Higher
5 6 cans
really learning 'American" fast ". 23C JUICE
INSURANCEH. Mr.\ Toni! says they are continually
Also large selection of new and used Farm Tractorsand
correcting him. He
say he's found
out definitely that there's a great Machinery. Drop us a card or call :Miami 77579 -
--- difference in English and the 7S0152 and our representative will call on you.

American language. In fact, he's '
C. WALL AGENCY having to mater the American
.
language now. The Tonls have WILLIAMSON MOTORS Ice Cream Gal.S
Pts.
PLEASE PHONE 146 an Lubedla apartment Johns In Gainesville .with 3 49c7

-. Constant Service. Over 50 Years Well we enjoyed Joe Lazenby't 5700 N. W. 27th Ave. MIAMI, FLA. ..

two-week furlough at home. H* ,
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,.,,,,mElt 30. 1931 BRADFORD COUNTY TKUCOBAril. RTARKE. FLORIDA -- --

Frank Jones family and the II. E Property Transfers ADDRESSESW.
Mrs. W. O. Strlngfellow. night. 1
I At the Immediate Thanksgivingtime Mrs. W. T. Crosby enjoyed LAWTEY Priest family were all fishing at T. Murrhee. SA4188531: USES
STATE list of
FARMBy Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox hadas visiting relatives In Plant City Cedar Keys on Thanksgiving/: Highlighting the propertytransfers
From reports they all had a good recorded In the Clerk of Antletam (CU-36)) 4th GunneryDlv.
Mrs. their visitors Mr. and Mrs J. M. last weekend.Mr. I- II. Faith
yr4. F J. Bryan Whltfleld.Thanksgiiiig Lowry and Mr, and Mrs. Tom and Mrs Junior Crawford time but the fish Just were not the Circuit Court's office this week .. care FPO, Stan Francisco
with Junior'sparents biting on that particular day. was the sale of the home of Mr. Calit'
Lowry and their little daughter, spent Thanksgiving I
and two SUI'JM'I'Autumn Mr. and Mrs. J. W Edwards and and Mrs Calvin Mann, Lawtey, to
will be
election
Plummer annual
JJ Uf Anne pf Whigate, N. C. and during Mr. and :Mrs. Lonnie The City Pvt. Stanley B. Crosby, HI' & H<'l
Cocoa leaves and daughter. Ruth Ann were weekend Miranda Amount of
of Kittle
Lou yellow chrysanthemums Mrs
pat and the weekend Miss Nell Barkerof Crawford and family. held at the City Hall on Tuesday
a with the D. B. Harley family.Mr. ., Co.. 8th Cav. Rfgt., APO 201,
guests'of 20000.
here were pieced at points the sale waR
Yih ir home Raleigh N. C. and Mrs. C. M.Cappl The farmers are all busy turnIng December 4. Mayor Anders has
Mrs John Cone while of interest throughout the Club of Mt. Gilead. N. C. and cutting their land now and Mrs. Tom Fitzpatrick appointed S. !M. Brown, A. L Beas- Mr. and Mrs L. A Brown recently care PM, San Francisco Calif.

yid'r' stationed !In the House Friday evening November Mrs. A. L. Crews returned Sun- getting ready. for early spring and son of Jacksonville were visit ley and C. R. Shuford as managersof sold four lots In Starke, to
23 when it was the scene of the ing Mrs Effle Miner one day last the election. I Mr. and Mrs. C. U Colson for Singing ConventionThe
!islands' day from Orlando where she visited planting. .
Community buffet In week JB.OOO. Mr.' and Mrs. Colson also
Harrl'll and daughter supper given Mr.xand Mrs. Leslie Crews for two Mr. and Mrs. Fred Halslop and
\rent the weekend in honor of Senator and Mrs Charley weeks. Mrs. Alton Dobbs enjoyed a fishing Miss Vonoile Beasley of Baker 'ta purchased some property belonging Union County Singing Convention

I E. Johns and Rep. Doyle E. Conner Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Walter trip to Orange Lake during the spending two weeks with her to Mrs. Florence Warren recently will meet with Sardls Baptist

,4, Mrs, Max Lewis andacksonville of Starke, Rep. and Mrs Gavin and S. Latta of India holidays. Heard they had real parents, Mr. and Mrs A. L. Boas-. LAKEGENEVA for 2000. Church, Worthington Springs, v
1 of Clarence Roberts of Lake Butler good luck. ley. !Mr.' and Mrs. R. It. Faulkner on Sunday, Dec. 2,, at 2 p.m. Instead
.
DOrothY napolis, Ind. were guests of Dr. By Blanche* Cunningham
,41Y afternoon with, Mr. and Rep. and Mrs. R. B. Burnsed and Mrs. H. J. Kucera. Sure was surprised to hear about Thanksgiving guests at the have aold their 00 acre tract In of 2:30.: This change la due '
of Macclenny. Mr. Conner was Methodist parsonage were Mr. and Bradford County to Mr. and Mra. to the shorter,
j Lewis. accompanied Mr*. C. D. Sellers and her daughters the arrival of a son to the Donald days being so every-
E. Stokes of by Miss Virginia Lapp* Mrs. C. V. Turner, Dr. and Mrs. f. Claude Tapp for 6000. one la asked to cooperate by arriving -
d Mr3. Rudolph Patricia and Emma Lou, Kellygj of Tampa. The young fellow Mr. and Mrs. F 1... Easterly of
were visiting Ma parents of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs spent the Thanksgiving; holidays arrived on Thanksgiving day, P. Wood, all of Jacksonville and Jacksonville spent Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs. J. E Thomas recenTly promply, thus enabling'J

Burnsed by their .daughter. Miss with relatives In Auburndale. They Donald lived here when a small Mrs. W. W Webb of Hernando. with Mrs Blanche Cunninghamand sold two lots in \the Livingston everyone to attend a church worship .1p,

I Irs. T W. M rkey hadiVvinK Joyce Burnsed, and by their son were accompanied on their trip by wee little boy. Congratulationsare Mrs. Jack Brasaell and baby, of sons. Mrs. Easterly Is a Truby and Company's subdivision service of his or her choice

guests, Col. J. M.fsr Robert Burnsed. A traditional Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thornton who extended to J.>fr. and Mrs. Jacksonville were guests of her daughter of Mrs. Cunningham.Little for $000. In the evening.

Mr'. and Mrs. J. M. Thanksgiving supper was served visited relatives there and In Bar- Kelly. parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Waln Charlena Hamm, daughter !Mr.' and !Mrs. S. S. NOf'jtel.Ir.! ---R. Brown President
I. Ga. andlMr from a handsomely appointed table. wrlght on Sunday and Mrs. W. It. Nocgel Mr. and
Of \vaycross, tow and in Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman were of Mr. and Mrs Leonard i U
,. Jack Markey and Covered with a white linen clothIt Dewey Thornton visited Mr. and visiting In Ralford Sunday.HEILBRON. Mrs. A 1C Harley Sr. has re- Hamm had a tonsllectomy Saturday Mrs J. R. Wainwright and Mr. I ;.-- ..;: ""._ -- -.=- ::--.-:.-.:: -_: ::
was centered with an turned from an t'xtendl.'d'IMlt with and Mrs. Titus Olson recently sold
J arrange Mrs.
'!lontB Ga.i Andrew Crews and Mr. and In St Lukes Hospital Jack
1 I Mrs'. Dave Galnfy( and ment *typifying the season. A Mrs. Cecil Brannen in Lake Butler 6" relatives in Jacksonville' and Atlantic sonville. their holdings east of Lawtey' to
Thanked yellow bowl held yellow and white last Beach. Douglas A. and Mrs Hazel Jones.
I,[ palatka spent weekend. E. Starling (Red and Richard I
M. B.
Flitch of Jacksonville
for
pompom chrysanthemums wasa $8,000
Mr and Mrs. N. G. and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland and
,1111 fern Surrounding the central N visitor to Lawtey on Friday of Cunningham were deer hunting in Mr. and Mrs W. L Reynolds
son, Johnnie, of Gainesville Mr.
,
Ljhfrs. Mack McCormick theme were Thanksgiving fruits tend Mrs. Marcus Reddish And their 11 IIV Marian Norman last week. Mr. and Mrs. I.. H. the National Forest last week. sold their 33 acres to' !Mr. and Mrs 4te.ieN
S luck.Among, '
No
and life-lllte Futch were visiting Mr. and Mrs.R. Marion
Brown for $8SOO.
apple turkeys and
of Jack- extending
| sA. Anderson sons Roger, Dennis and Phillip, ofHeilbronn
W. Futch of those attending the !
|, Thanksgiving with from It were sprays of Springs and Mr. and Mlddleburg Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Q. A Filllnglm
pent red and day afternoon Eastern Star Memorial Service In lot In the Pine-
I ..rjy. M. Lawhorn.d yellow berries. After supper Mrs. Junior Lyons of Taylor were The children of Heilbronn school have purchased a
there was dancing to orchestra Mrs. F. R. Carradtne spent Friday Starke Sunday were Mr and Mrs. hurst subdivision from Mr. and
ofLlted
the
T. Crosby enjoyed following
Mrs. B. guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Thanksgiving
friends and.relatives music. Members! of the Wo Davis during the Thanksgiving dinner menu: Chicken Pileau of last week with relatives In T. M. Flnley and daughter, Martha Mra. 'Guy Andrews for $400.MMgrt s
Ocala. Sue, Mrs. Novotny and
man's Fary
Vtlon Thursday and Fri- Club arranged this event holidays. String beans, cake, ice crcprn, J
and guests Included employees and .Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley of Starke Mrs. Ida M. Gentry and! daughter, -
bread
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long and milk and butter.

H. Kelly visited her their wives. their daughter' Martha visited G. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and were Mrs. A.culling H. on his grandmother Lillian. rwncH\ !Sharpener! 1,11..11tor ,

I !Mr. L. D. Polk In Tren- At Thanksgiving time Mr. and D. Long In Fort Pierce during the son and Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggersand Harley Monday. Mrs. R. Forlylhe.frs.! A. Carl home um, Only Vl.B.t.: -Bradford

1 few days last week. Mrs. R. P. McLendnn had as their Thanksgiving holidays.BAYLESS children, of Jacksonville spent Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and son and Mrs. B. Cunningham spent County Telegraph.Let .
Mrs. T. L.
guest Mrs. J. T. Wainwright were their
of
Cogdill Knoxville
-
the relatives in
|d Mri J. W. Groover and holidays visiting Monday In Palatka.
Tennessee lions Jack of Gainesville James
| and David of Miami and Tampa. Ad. Tavares Winter Garden and r
my ditional visitors of Mr. and Mrs of Miami, and Dan of Jacksonville, fAThqIlew
and Thursday Orange City.
It'
1 ud home by their mother, Mrs. Rudy McDonell and their MM. Ft. Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs J. S. Betty and Frankie Wainwright of
O. E.
Ir r;. Groover.d son Rudy, Jr., of Tampa. CrosbyBayless Sapp of Starke and Michael Reddish Jacksonville, and H. Wainwright IrELDIHGM Wash Your Clothes
Thanksgiving Day visitors of Mr. and family of Lawtey.
'
R. C. Howard of' were visiting relatives In this
Mrs. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen were Mr. Highway Church New. and Quite a number of the Glbbs"shipyard 9 rounds.
of the community Sunday were dinner
Isbyj.j were last week.guests | and Mrs. W. L. Nelson, Mr. and Rev. J. E. Ladd of Jacksonville guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. workers from the Lawteyarea .

Ovid Gano and j Mrs. Jack Nelson and Mr. and filled his regular appointment at Sapp. attended the party and carnival For 40c!
Id Mrs I Mrs. Claude Bayless Baptist Church Sunday given for the employees in Itrt
Taylor, all of Jackson M
The Rev. and
Mrs. A, G. Karnes
r of Gainesville spent ville. morning and evening. Jacksonville last week. FREE Bleach: It Desired! HallmarkChristmas
ling with his parents Mr spent( several days with the Cedric .
1 R F. Gano. Ray re- Mrs. P. S, Crews was the supper Don't forget Sunday School Rosters due to the Illness of Mrs. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Temple Ave. Stsuke Cprd

[ivtr with them for the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William F. every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock Rosier. We hope she will soon be Mrs. W. II. Edwards were the Rex
le.wl'ek. Atwood In Jacksonville Wednesday and Training Union every night at up and about Mlxon family and Misses Lou and 0
830.: Everyone Is Invited to attend offer the people of Starke Have lint choice ol/ our new stock
of Plant City spent of last week. Mrs. C. B. Pepper of Miami Ada Edwards all of Jacksonville.
tlazen Mrs. L. all services of our.Church. Mrs. Edwards went home with her We Win ol lam 011' Hallmark Cordssay'Merry
Durden returned Wed
rays here with relatives. came on a three day visit to see her and \ltlnlty one of the most Christmas" to your Irlends.

I'r'G' W Hazen la a nesday from Jacksonville where Mrs. O. >finer Roast I mother, Mrs. Coward and family. daughters In the afternoon and Dry' Your .Clothes with a card that rellects' your u,,'//I
In the Glendale Hospttal. she had spent about two weeks E. Crosby entertained aj Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Register spent the weekend In Jax. modern and flsekt "Iulplled good laile. Select a dillerent card- iJ.

|glad to report he Is 1mH with Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Dreadenand group of young people at Tier' borne': and daughters Sylvia and Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelley and For 20c for everyone on your list, .or
Friday night with a weiner roast welding ..hops>.anywhere. I
their Infant lion David Michael j Jane, of St. Petersburg were over- Mrs; Margaret Kelley were shopping choose your favorite d.dgn43JlIIliLqI8' :

Mrs Ralph WeatherLnd who was born November 3. About 40 young people enjoyed! night guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. in Jacksonville on Friday. All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S In New Automatic Driers I IO
this affair. ,
Before her Mrs. Dreadenwas Refreshments of hot I
baby of Gainesville marriage chocolate Morgan Saturday. The Home Demonstration Club
and hot
dogs were served
I urday with Mr. and Mrs. Lounell Durden. after I Mr. and Mrs. William Sapp of met In the home 'Of Mrs. Paul GARAGEAND .
UIilney. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley hadas an evening of out door] Starke were supper guests of Mr. Dinkins Wednesday of last week
>>
of Jacksonville is their guests Thanksgiving Day games.In caring Mrs.for the Crosby was people assisted by I|! and Mrs. Eldon Sapp Thursdayand Hon. C. B Hayes D. D. O. M of MACHINE SHOP J;
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger and Mr. young were accompanied home Ave' Starke The Washeteria
by
awhile Temple
here with relatives Mrs. Lake Butler made an official visit .
Floyd Crosby and Mrs. Cecil I I .
obi. and Mrs. Jimmie Bradley and their Rudolph who stayed until Satur-
Douglas. I to the Lawtey Lodge F. & A. M.
II. little daughter Gloria of Jack H.
Mrs Raiford Brannen day.Rev. of last week ,:
PerNfinal on Tuesday -- -
sonville and Seable Rucker andCraig Items and Mrs. S. L. Watson ___ :=J
j were
Farm attended Church at The H. C. family, the
Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. Kelly ,;;
pay and visited her moth- Sneed, both stationed at visiting relatives In Jacksonville ------------.--- --- ----- -
and Mrs. C. C. Crosby were Mr.
H P. Naval Air' Station, Jacksonville. Thanksgiving
Gairiry Sunday ,and MYs. Otis Kelly of Johnston,
Last Tuesday and Wednesday Mr. and Mrs Harold Alvarez

art Willis, T B. Pmhol- Mr. and Mrs Charles Vlton of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford and were visiting relatives In Galnen- .
E. T. Stewart Cleveland Ohio were visitors of children and Bide Crosby of Jacksonville vllle Thanksgiving.We .

nation Service attended Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Kucera. and Rev. and Mrs. Wen- are sorry to lose the Purvis '
at liptoe
Ralford holidays dell Witt of Fort White Green from our .
Tiurch Sunday afternoon. During the Thanksgiving family community.We 1"
The 3.: R. Kcllys and Lois New t
d Mrs. W. W. Raborn of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns wish them much success In
He had as their guests their eons mans had dinner together on their new home
spent the Thanksglv-
'ays with Mr. and Mrs. M. Claude, Jr. and Kenneth Johns of Thanksgiving. Miss Shirley Dennison was visiting It SI

I and Mrs. Beulah F. S. U., Tallahassee, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Modlin and Mr and Mrs. Leroy Norman, -
ar-I Mrs. Alfred Thrift and their sons children of Seville were visiting Mr." Sr. Sunday.Mr. .

itrrmmliate O. A.'S of Moniac, Georgia and George and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez and family)' and Mrs. Fred Johnson and aar-lp M, a' ....5. f
osby Kramer of Jacksonville: Thanksgiving day. family of Waldo were guests of

'5 G. entertained A.'S at her the home In- Holiday visitors of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and the Ancel Normans and his Mother t through 4A

evening November' 19.'sent L. Durden were their granddaughters children with had Thanksgiving Dinner I Saturday night. :
her
Jack- brother-in-law and sister
Eva and June Fate of
were Counselor
Mrs. '
sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland SullivanIn i f +
Is and Misses Polly Wait, Theressa Thanksgiving.Miss Realty Sales i
Harrell, Martha Willis During the past week Mrs. -
e Barry. Manassa: and their baby Barbara Mula and Charlei. The K. A. Strout Realty Agency .
An George
interesting ,INSTANT RESPONSE UASHIMS
Hutcheson. Glenn Conner and ; ;
was Christen*, of Green Cove made the following recent trans
given. daughter
sea presided The over business by the Springs were visitors of Mr. and Marlon McRae, students at the I actions: George Clancy and familyof the trafric GETAWAY AT THE TOUCH OF YOUR TOn
University of
Florida enjoyed the Caasville, WIs. bought one acre
Jackie Barry. Plans With Fordomatlc In traffic you are at
Ie for a Week of PrayerS Butler. He gave an Impressivetalk Thanksgiving holidays with Charles and house on the new Standing once matter of the situation Take-off

Missions. on what the schools were do- parents Mr. and Mrs. Clarence highway, 1 1-2 miles from Starke, from taps. are bream-takingly. smooth. .

f'ird'. ) and Ing. Hutcheson. They were accom- from Charles M. Cole of Miami. Driving li amazingly simple.' Once you-
rnlon County were from Lake pamed back to achool by Mr. and J. M. Edwards and Charley Johns let the telector, all you do It t.p e r th.leer. .
Those present
Council Meeting Butler, Hampton, Starke, Lawteyand Mrs. Hutcheson Sunday afternoon j bought the Josephine Edwards accelerator and iteer. fordomallc doee
rat open meeting of the Brooker. Refreshments were J. R. Kelly attended the : Estate consisting; of one lot on the rest oufomor/coM//1/ /

and Union County Coun- after the funeral of her Uncle In Ocala Fri : Madison street. r' r t
served In the lunch room :
'S was held November 20 r
meeting, those assisting were Mrs day.Mr
lock at the Brooker Jr. Willis and Mrs. William Crosby, .,,,.
Mrs. Earl
hool auditorium. Rosa Plnholster, and children spent Thanksgiving'! I IF UA IteAad _
Howard Walt president and her G. A. Girls and Mrs with her father, Mr. Alston In''I' <<.

'arge of the meeting. Rev. Shine Mott. Zephyr-hills. i j
Ills opened the meeting The next meeting Is to be held Mr. and Mrs.! L. L. Conner of IS COUGHING

wotlonal. Dr. Woodham the third Tuesday In Feburary Starke were dinner guests of their
announced by j For cough and bronchitis due to colds
duced by the Educational meeting place to be son-in-law and daughter, Mf. and I you can now get Creomulsion specially,,
Mrs Moody of Lake the Executive Committee later. Mrs Charles Hutcheson Sunday. | prepared for Children in a new pink

Mr. and Mr. R. M Alvarez had I t and blue package and be sure:
as their guests Mr.I ((1) Your child will like it.

\\Are Rolling Back Our Prices and Mrs. Nathan Thanksgiving Modlln of Saville, ] Ingredients.(2) It contains only safe proven "
SMOOTH.QUIET V.a POWER AUTOMATIC
and Mr. and Mrs. Wasdln of Wai-1 I ((3) It contains no narcotic to disturb ;
do. natures processes. MILEAGE MAKER SAVINGS TO IOOT1
RIFLES and SHOTGUNS Hear that Tullle and Loul Norman I 1!I ((4) It will aid nature to soothe and I rrJmmft Orb, vxlbllb .1* V1 .err.
e -
1 heal raw tender Inflamed throat and I. M..I H..en sW. M.e..W. Mar Pert of Fordomatlc' tentational' tucceif
and son, Gerald had a very wa, aayw n ,a.... ,a.,,. s.nw. .. b.
I bronchial membranes, thus relieving can attributed to It. powerful' teammate >
Pre-Korean LeveluAAAAAAAAAAAAAA nice vacation visiting relatives In ,' the cough and promoting rest and I the famous Ford V-8 engine. Its the
South Florida. They returned I! sleep. A,k for Creomulsion for Children tame type engine now powering Amerka's
home late Saturday night. in the pink and blue package.CREOMUCSION. I hlghett-prlced, cars. With, e" Its power

Mr and Mrs. Elmer Hall and''' I and pulie-itlrring p.p, It tab hundr.d.

children of Lake City were visitIng llC DRIVE (.as than moot ilxetl And Ford' Automatic
Use Our E >V"Tac W Mrs Lllllar. Griffith and I I FOR CHILDRENi with.I Mileage' Maker iqueexe the last ounce

daughter Evelyn Sunday.Mr. i "ei CMt*>. nest C..... lot IrtecWtbWANTED of pow.r out of every drop of pas

Lay-Au-ay Plan tLt and Mrs. Herbert Norman I

< and baby have moved to Euatla to
r2mtXi3!
for IllS E make their home. We hope they I 1

I will enjoy living there. I to BUY the newest, finest, most flexible

Xmas GIFT.n..n.r.myyv Little Cherry Crosby In on the ..

sick lint. this week. Richard ClarkJr. PULP WOOD automatic of them all! -
.
was also sick over the weekend I

RIFLES but Is feeling better now. CROSS TIES ..

.22 CALIBRE Mr. and' Mrs. Floyd Crosby and I

R Model 150 Semi-Automatic __________ $19.95 19.50 children Crosby ,and and children Mr. and enjoyed Mrs. O. the E. and Pine Timber "TEST DRIVE" FORDOMATIC IN II ,r rTRAFFICYOU'LL

R: Model 865 Bolt Action Repeater ------ cane grinding at the home of Mr. .

.R Model) 765 Single Shot"Won ______ __ --- 23.93 13.50 and Mrs. Arthur Douglas On the SAY IT'S EASY-ACTING INSTANT STOPPING r

:Model 511 Holt Action Repeater -- 49.93 Keystone Road. If anyone wantsto Will Pay TERRIFICIYou DOUILE-SEAl KING-SIZE RAKES

"Inglonlodel121:: Slide Action Repeater -- buy some really good syrup be
Alit!. brake p.dal pretture go.t a'I Ir j
sure to go see ben Douglas, she Highest Cash Prices way In a '51 Ford became Ford' bi i

SHOTGUNShester has plenty for sale and It Is good FOR ANY SIZE TRACTSEE actually utlllie the car' mam.ntu..lto" I j >
yom! yom! ; and _.. They're daubl>i. ,d

20 Gauges ___ ___ $54.95 Congratulations Mr*. Lucille against water and dirt, too, and .KmySfie .. -
:Model 12--Pump- R3.95 Lovell on being one of the lucky O to take care of any emergency in
Model 620-Pump-12 Gauge -- ---- .57,95 gals to win s turkey In the Turk- can pay more but you cant buy better! the year ahead)
Gauge
ens! Model 530-Double BarreJ-lI0 21.50 ology contest. Sure wish I couldbe I -

R Model 48-Sln. Bar. -110, 20. 16.12 Ga. lucky sometime instead of always

R Model 488-Sin. Bar.-110, 20; 16, 12 Ga. 22.50 unlucky. A. E. McKINNEYAt rJ1.A.r.ANDREWS

''I I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly, Floyd MOTOR CO.

and Marshall Crosby, Mrs O. E., Starke Taxi Stand

(AD FORD HARDWARESStarke \ Crosby Crosby and Wanda.Charles Mary Newman Alyce, Lavon wereamong PHONE 150

those attending the Clay Starke, Fla. I

Florida High-Starke football game in Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA Phone 118N0V301951
Green Cove Springs Wednesday



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PAGE FOUR; BRADFORD COUNTY_ TEIXORAPH. BTARJUBi FLOJRIDA _- MUDAY. ,'EMBER:: sn


,.. r ,. ( Dorothy Maude Judd WMU Has ProgramAnd I :rosby-Callahan Recent Births I Cpl. Dansby Back Jackson Radio Operator, I;
Radio S.
'i i Frlfnd of Mr and Mrs. E. C From Course r
Date SetMr.
Weds. B. Haynes, Jr.Mr Business MeetThe Wedding Mann. Jr of St. Simons Island, During 12

) 1 Ga.. will be interested to learn of Cpl. Billy D. Dansby of the learned to ,
program and business meet National Guard unit, In'
the birth of their daughter Susan local recently +
Ing of the Baptist WMU was held Elizabeth, on November 20. The returned to his home here after temporary coalcommunicatlnn( ( !
'
:)' fp.ud 1' Tuesday, Nov. 20, In the educational r Y Manna are former residents of completing the Intermediate Speed \" :

A 1 building with 31 /membersI Starke where Mr. Mann was In In addition r r ; \1

Gladys l\fClflty present I charge of the surveys departmentof announce the birth of a son, was taught bal

Phone 35 ,I 1 The program was opened by Hercules Powder Co. William Michael, on Sunday at messages ano th

--" 4 singing "All Hall The Power of Mr. and Mrs.-Donald F. McRae the Alachua General Hospital. visual commur.
7rrM I Jesus' Name", followed with prayer
Dinner At St. iVIark's BP\V Club Members by Mrs. H. L* Hough. The| -I
Dora Alderman circle had charge r -
Begins Every Enjoy Surprise Visit [of the program on the topic. "Asia' I JUST A RtMINDER. .}

Member CanvassA From Dist. Director which was presented by the circle
I program chairman, Mrs. D. L..
congregational dinner\ mark- Members of the Starke Businessand Thomas The devotional wan given
'ing the beginning of the every Professional Woman's Club by Mrs a. V. Lee Those taking
member canvass was held Tuesday were agreeably surprised at their part on.' the program were Mrs D. ro L" FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS
evening In /St. Mark's Pariah November meeting Monday house by member. and frlenda of of last week when they were A J. Thomas, Sr., Mrs. G. B.
the Episcopal Church. visited by the District Director, Flynn Mrs. F. B. Beard Mrs. L.I 2l Rho L6 derail
The guests were served at Individual Mrs. Enperanzli LeSocke of Jacksonville a O. Powell, Mrs H. L. Hough and'
tables arranged In the re- Beach ana her Assistant Mrs. H A. Lawson. The closing 1 IP vou've ALREADY MAILED YOU GIFT
centered Director, Mrs. Pattersonof was given by Mrs. W. B. I
Dorothy prayer
and were THANK
YOU
room VERY
.
ceptlon and Mrs. R. R. Crosby of MUCH
,
and Mrs. Russell Judd of
.
of yellow St. Augustine Alexander.The /
with small bouquets Glade Starke announce the engagementand Please mail contributions to: Mrs. J. It. Kite Starke
chrysanthemums and blue candles. President June Brownlee presided Relle and Starke announce bualness meeting was Ind I marriage of their your Fl.i.
approaching
The speaker's table Meld an attractive over a short business session the marriage of their daughter charge of the president, Mrs. S. E. Clifford
to Hugh
,
Dorothy Maude, to C. B. Hayes daughter Frances 9YY Yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy..yyyyyyyyyyyyyy..
arrangement of fruit and plans were formulatedfor Sparks. Reports of committee, \ .yyyyyyy
vegetables and yellow chrysanthemum the group's Christmas party to I Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. were read and accepted. Mrs. I Callahan of Jacksonville. .' r --

flanked by lighted blue be held on the regular: meeting I Hayes of Lake Butler. Hazen reported the "Lottie Moon" The wedding will take place "' ,, For Variety and Value A & p'si
I
Dec. 13, at 7
The Thursday evening
The fireplace and mantel date Dec 17. Desta Dyal wa wedding took place Thurs week of prayer would be observed a
were tapers.banked with yellow chry I chosen News Service Chairman to day. Nov. 22, In Kingston, Oa. The beginning Monday, Dec. 3, at 3 o'clock In the Pine Level Baptist
santhemums and greenery. replace f The main speaker of the even- Miller! who Is working out of town. wine suit with which she wore day Dec. 7. The meeting was No Invitations are being issued i, : !goods! are

ing, Harry Douglas, of Jacksonville Yearbooks were distributed to navy flccessorfFs. closed with prayer by Mrs. W. R. but all 'friends and relatives are
members The Mrs. Riiatioll Judd and D. W. Invited to attend.
present.
Morse.
talked on Diocesan group
work Beach and missions at home and voted to donate $5 toward the Judd attended the wedding. TOPS IN TREATS!

abroad. He also showed picturesof girls purchase In of the a television Florida set Industrial for the W.S.C.S. Notice Mrs. R. A. Thomas Altar SocietyThe

the works of the Episcopal School, Ocala Has Family Dinner Altar Society of St. Ed- yCUSTOMER'S

churches.The Delia Rosenberg was selected by Methodist circles of the WSCS ward's Catholic Church will\ meet Jane Parker's Golden-
Women's Auxiliary was In the group to serve as'chairman ofa will hold their regular monthly The family of Mr, R. A. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock In :

workshop on Health and Safetyto meeting next week. Thomas gathered at her home, the Recreational Hall for the regular : CORNER
charge of the dinner. be given at the next district Circle 1, Mrs. L. A. Davis leader 700 W. Lafayette St.. for a Thanks monthly business meeting and LOAF
:
meeting on Jan. 27 In Macclenny. will meet with Mrs. W E. Mld-' giving celebration, enjoying a fine Christmas party. : You can't make a mistake CAKE
Della also gave the evening pro dleton Tuesday morning.
gram on Parliamentary Procedureand Circle 2. Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde, turkey dinner with all the chil- : on any purchase! at A & P
D IW' a round table discussion was leader, will meet In the educational, dren present but one. U. D. C. To MeetThe :. for these reasons: 'N
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rrsTARKE FLA.- '\ held on the subject building Monday afternoon at 3 I: Those attending were Mr. and regular monthly meeting of : The quality is right 251
Hostesses o'clock.
Mildred Doyle and I Mrs. R. L. Thomas and children of the W. T. Week's chapter, U. D. C. just as advertised or
Desta Dyal served cake and coffeeto Circle 3, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns
Wlldwood Mr and Mrs. J. C. will be held Wednesday afternoonat : the label.
Fri.. Sat. Nov. 30, Dec. 1 those present. December leader, will meet at the home of' 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs.L. printed on JANI PARKERcsnntnion
DOUBLE FEATUREFATHER hostesses will be Pat Lambe, Mrs. C. }r. Quick, Sr., Monday I Hall Dunnellon Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Davis. : The weight is right -
Stella KopeloiiHos, Carolyn Keen, afternoon. K. Year and children Dunnellon,
and Marlon Howe Mrs. C. M. Fowler, Winter Park : 16 ounces to the pound. roils

TAKES the AIR Birthday Party Mrs. A. H. Hooper and children St. Mark's AuxiliarySt. .: The price is right ,
Winter Park, Herbert Thomas of
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na'mnndValburn, Walter Theatre Party For Judy Green the State Farm, and Kenneth Mark's Auxiliary of the just aa ,it's marked or: PKO.or .
Catlett For Jimmy Carlisle Thomas, Starke. Episcopal Church will hold Its : the' item and printed on 9 ;
AND :: Mrs. Lloyd Green entertained at monthly meeting Monday afternoon : your cash register re 2S.j
Mrs. AI K. Carlisle entertained j a dinner party Wednesday eveningof at 3 o'clock In the Parish : ceipt. -
Woman's Club
last week at her home Jr.
N.
on Houxe.
The Caribou TrailIN at a birthday theatre party Saturday '
afternoon for her song Walnut street In celebration of the To Meet MondayThe : And, finally,
(CINKCOI: ll Jimmy, who was celebating his sixteenth birthday anniversary of Executive BoardThe : satisfaction is guaranteed
With Randolph Hoott ninth anniversary. her daughter Judy. Junior Woman's Club will : or your money will be
Also Serial and C'arloon The twelve youngsters enjoyed Yellow chrysanthemums were hold Its regular monthly meeting executive board of the cheerfully refunded.
gamca and refreshment In the used to decorate the home for the Monday evening at 8 o'clock In Starke Woman's Club will meet How make mistake
Sun., Mon.. TUCH. yard before attending the matinee occasion. A beautifully decorated the Club House. Thursday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock, can you a Jane
Dec. 2, 3, 4 in a itroup./; They received, favors birthday cake Iced in white with Mrs. W. W. Calnes, Jr., hostess In the club house. by taking advantage Parker's Apple, Cherry, Pumpk'or
of ballons and candy-filled yellow and blue decorations formedthe of that kind of offer at
chairman, will\ be assisted by Mrs.
Lemon
I WAS ANAMERICAN
belle centerpiece for the dining Jack Trawlck, MIMI Louise Stern your A & P7 Maringue
Assisting Mrs. Carlisle waaJimmy' table. A turkey dinner
was served
SPYAnn Miss Annette Simpson, Mlsa Della +y" v
I grandmother, Mrs Minnie buffet style to the 14 young people Mr. and Mrs D. M. Heath of
and Mrs. Eldon CUSTOMER RELATIONS
Dvorak and Gene Van Rosenberg Hardy.
Wombell, of Jacksonville. who shared this event with Judy Fort Lauderdale visited Mrs.
Mrs. AI K. Carlisle Is chairman of
DEPT.
Also Short and Lat..t New
Heath's PIE 49
Mrs. Green was assisted in parents Mr. and Mrs. J.
entertaining the Christmas STORES
program. A&P FOOD
Ways And Means by her S. Sapp over the weekend while
Wed.. Thur. Dec. 5, 6 Juanita Phillips.Friendship. sister, Mrs. Every; member Is reminded to enroute to Charlotte. N. C. 420 Lexington Ave. ,
DOUBLE FEATURE Committee MeetsThe bring a small gift to exchange E New York 17, N. Y.
among the members and also a Mr. and Mrs. Fleet Collins and
Triple CrossWith Ways and Means committee Class small toy for the Christmas charity sons and Mrs. Elsie Hall of
of St. Edward's Church met with I Meets TonightThe basket. Gainesville spent Sunday visiting Lb. Bag Swifts
Jon PalOoka their chairman Mrs Peggy Shal- Mrs. W. H. Hmson and Mrs. Willa I: APPLES S 39C Jewel Oil
ler Monday evening. Mae Denton.
AND Friendship Bible Class of W.M.U. NoticeAll I II Qts. 61c
Plans were mado for the show the Presbyterian -
Church will I
Woman in Prison ing: of the "Destroyer" movie film meet at the V F. Stump homeon the "day" circles of the Blip Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal and
\Vllh Wyn Cahoon and Scott featuring Edward G. Robinson and N. Walnut street this evening Hat W. M U will\ meet next Tuesday sons. Tommy and David, were lb. Bag-150's Swifts
Colton! Glenn Ford at the Parish Hall, (Friday) at 7:30 orlock. afternoon In the Educational sightseeing In St Augustine Sun ORANGES 5 23C Baby Meats

Alto Latent World New. Dec. 6 at 8 o'clock. Free" games An Interesting program has building at 3 o'clock: for their day. 3 1-2 21c
and prizes will be given after' the been arranged and all membersare regular monthly meeting and combined oz. can
film. urged to be present. program and week of prayer Macclenny Choir
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"1 :/ .1 [ IrS To{Invites. Hear Public ProgramSunday DEANS E S Lb. 23C 3 Swiftning Ib. can 99c


"' night Dec. 2, at 8 Castile
o'clock the choir of the Methodist : CALIf' EMPEROR I Kirks Soap
Church Macclenny, under the '
VALVI-IN-HIAD RCCIRCUIATINOBALLCIA direction of M. H. Craft will pre 2 bars 17c
GRAPES -
2'1
, ,A INOINI ITIIRINO sent a musical program of sacred 2SC .
music. This is the Anniversary : Toilet SoapCamay
I Service of the choir and believedto

be one of the best programs of : MAINE WHITEPOTATOES
25c
sacred music It has ever rendered. 2 bath bars
The pastor of the church Rev. I 10l b. bag -
N E. D. Conway announced that the I 49C Laundry SoapOctagon
dedication of the new piano and

l DIAPHRAGM HIAR-AXll the unve'JIng! of the painting
1MMNO CLUTCH INSPECTION HATE "Christ In Gethsemane" by Mrs. : ARMOUR PURE LAUD 7c -
1 Roy T. Houts will be performedat
e.to do more work this service. 1 Lb. Pkg. Lb. Pkg. CleanserBab.O
for Friends from Bradford Countyare 20C 3 60C

l" your money! u invited to enjoy this program. .. 12.

Chevrolet's great ng/neerecf-/n/ / fea Advance-Dcjslgn features keep upkeep 'Saturday's Hero' : ANN PAGE SPARKLEPUDDINGS Peter PanPeanuts

lures keep maintenance costs at rock down. Come In and look over
1 bottom. The famous UNIT DillON IONDIOIRAKI Tells Football Story :! .
105-h.p. Loadthe great line of Chevrolet Advance- Boor UNINOS 3 g20C

I master engine Is built for the hard Design trucks first chance you get.They'll Is..1..3000m.d.IsJ I At: Florida Sunday E! 12 oz. jar 35c-

I and long pulls. Chevrolet's he..... do more work for Walkers
your money Billed as the first picture ever to :
t duty frame; sturdy transmission' because lower maintenance costs are tell the truth about big time col. SULTANA tURE STRAWBERRY Chili

i durable rear axle and other great engineered in. lege football, "Saturday's Hero' 12 oz. Ja 35e
.. will come to the screen! of the f PRESERVES 29C 15 oz. can -

, I, Jr Florida Theatre Sunday and Mon- Floating Soap

::::: ADVANCE-DESIGN TRUCKS day.John Derek, the young star : SULTANA Ivory

plays a high school athlete, who 17c
wishes to climb above his family's 15 Can 2 med. bars -
oz.
Mhs.Ar. station in life, and Jumps at the,i : MACKEREL 1 1C 18C Facial SoapWoodbury

h chance to play college football l i

He quickly discovers that he Is''
only a "Saturday hero", cheered : A & P GOLDEN SWEET WHOLE KERNEL 4 ree. bars 26c-

Mere than OI.any VPO/ortwr.,frvckt moi In./we wildly one afternoon a week but I ;;: CORN 116' oz. Cans Facial] TissueAngel ;

otherwise shunned by fraternitymen. = 33C Soft

I Then too, as a football- =

, playing: commodity, he Isn't expected = 25c _
: WHITE HOUSE *
EVAPORATED
to try too hard for the =

education he so desperately de- Cans Waldorf
MILK 2 77C Tissue
sires.He =
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i i 25c
, also discovers that he Is beIng 3 for -
1 i-J
sponsored aa All-American = -- ,
Soap Powder
I player by a wealthy and over = r..
bearing alumnus who Is fut/ier- DUZ, Ige. pkg. .
= 30e
: .. .. .... STORE
:\ "' "- A j
I r, *,.- : .. Ing his own political ambitions by = Jou: AppleSYRUP & P FOOD
"' < building up Ms alma mater as a
q"o w = JELLY Co.
ire./1/we/1M J a..daeas 2 Ib. Th. Great AUanUc and Paculo Tea .
_i__' .... ", great football college. = 31e ..
dsa .ooI'.II M'.wl.l.l, Entire Contents Copydghre1t. 1950. r.
U. S. Senator Fulbright. former Karo. 21 oz. Bottle ..
president of the University of 300 East Call St. ,:
= whitejar .
RODE CHEVROLET C Arkansas ha. said that "Satur j 23c :

Hero" .la Chef BoY-Ar.Dee Spaghetti thru id
I day a graphic portrayal f Prices In this ad effective

PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT STREETS J of "shocking; practices as I know DINNER, 41c Sat., Dec. 1 PuW"3 3A.

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NOVEMBER 30. 1931 BRADFORD COUNTY TUXKQRAPn. STARKE. FLORIDA j'Mviyj!:
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Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Beck and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land and Plnrlilni. !. Clianrcrr. and rilith t I .. litliiHl. In the .ufflioof i
I I Stacy A M"re.. rinlnllfr. VM IwnkrrM the (M''rk of I ih. cm-alt, "ourt..n. .
children Barbara Donna and I children\ were In Mayo for thweekend : lttt..r.I>*fomluit1. or ln-fi r.. 'the list lay of Dwember
Billy of Atlanta. Ga. spent from visiting; Mr. and Mrs. ( CONSERVATION FARMING I ( nun. Nn. 791Entire 1061. I'thflUlKO' i ,llllKHtll I. I Itt Haiti
Sr. "'.. %|ip'''.. I'l.rfllilumi a iil |h. 'tuki-n an i.un-
Wednesday to Sunday with Mr. Robert Lancaster '1'.. I LunUcr i M, Mnurr., whnxn reel f..i. *il. I h)' ynuTills
and Mrs. J .n. Cottrell. I cli,in... I IH i nknown. notice ,,h.ll b.. "..bUill".<1
Mr*. J. B. Sapp Linda Kay Sale. ,Iy) George Brown, ConservationistPlans \IMI,, in ,. h. .*,iity* niitinf1 t hal, A mill one. each wniik for four cnni.acut.lv
: I r..i, |lit|v..r.C lies line riled HK*ln.tvi weeks In the Ilniciroril County Tel.-
Ae.-:1Is3 THE t4EWS Mrs. F. \\ Varnadoe and M.Y.. B. Mundy and daughter >u In the ittTovw. nHinvil" Court graph.I'utri. .
daughter. Mary Lou 'of Falatka Clair Jean were in Jacksonville nod cause and you are required to thin IMlh din. nf I NiiM-mbtT.
for conservation farmingwere grain drill along with other IMa- serve a co"y..t your answer or 1981.
visited Mrs. Varnadoe's brothl'rs.W. Sunday visiting the Sam Greenfamily.
SrSSt .. ,plnnilloir. to th* Complaint on the tOFF'C'TAr.I'1AI\ .) A 3. Thorns.
[ P. and Kldrtdge Smith last recently developed for the trlct equipment, is stored at the l'liilntlffitoriirv.. lion Xach II.I Clerk of the Circuit Court.

w \v aines, Jr and baby I I Miss Annette Green Mrs. Lillie Friday. farms of Marklee Starling and Farmer's Market. when not In usx. I j'uitli| ,. Bnr L.vm-h HI.la JaikHiinvlllc tly Myrtle T. Dearer Deputy ClTkS

,T p -a Jeanne returned ', Cone and Mrs. W E, pluiumer and Friend.* of ArthurVllliams will John F Freeman These plans Those Interested In tills equipmentmay In hit, Klnrlila orflc of, and the flln Clerk the of the original Clr. .-. H I" 41 12 21

., from the Alachuanl. two children I ., In rin-ult 4-onr. Ih....., ..
"f P nilmii lllil. nthcrulHv I thnllvKntlnlli Connlr.
H< Friday viators of the M. F. I ry. had dinner Saturday evening I home Tuesday from St Vincent's pasture (grasses and legumes C S C :: : !>( said Complaint;: will Kl..rlilnt In C'hnnrerr.I'IHM .

Hazens. C with Mrs. Colley's son-in-law and I Hospita where he has been confined which play a very Important With he tiiken its confessed by you. : lit. ;:I:r.'K.tv.: l-lnlnllff:I t I \ .. Aithlir '-
the of
coming hunting season .I i .,
,
Jim- 1
and Uri-Koiy 1'C'nd.uitI
son
B T; idwln daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. T.: Slew- I for the past two weeks. part in maintaining and Thin notice Khun ha puMlnhudnnc
the I the, Interest of hunters in Home! filch wei-k for four con.ecntlvwockn 'IIMM N" " Farm
Slate spent Sgt. and Mrs. R. \V. Reese and art In Keystone Heights.Mrs. Improving the fertility of our In the Bradford County Tl. >" To Apprnr.T .
| with Mrs. Godwin's children< of Maxwell Field Montgomery Mrs. Emma Creech Mrs. Cecil ,good quail shooting is natural. vrnph.IMileil. ... Arthur. It, Or..it.rv. who... ri..-i-iil
1 4 Shaller while Mrs. farm land m well as providingfeed : Those hunters wishing to Increase;i 1 I It.I.. 23r.l ilny iif Ni"\',',,tb'l l -in'i' )la H (],ii>icnrv AM-IIII, ,>, HIiiKhitinton I s -
jiff Peggy Ala. were guests from George Anderson and Zinkan and Miss Bell Genovor of for livestock the I9AI Now York
quail '
dlll.\\ was hunting.l.Mtt Wednesday to Sunday of the E. M, Davis spent Monday at the St. Augustine visited Miss Thelma C C i winter feed population and by providing (OFFICiAL !I 1'':A f.) A. J. Thomii., Von are. hereby notified (hot a
Adam Greens Robert Greens and St. Luke's hospital with Mr. An- Green Sunday afternoon.Mr. cover for quail Cl"rk of th. Circuit Court Suit for DIvorce. has been filednnnlnot
A. B. Baker Mrs. Don Pa demon who underwent an The District's grain drill was through wildlife plantings areurged Py Myrtle T, Beaver T>*puty ClerkI yoU In the show nitini>d
operation
gen. I I-.III: 41 12/ 'ITO I Court ansi and
I cause
and Mrs. Charles) dt'l1vl'r.rl'cently.. This drill will to contact me before November you lira rn.quired -
Biggs that day. and Mrs. Richard Ray and to oerv. a cop v of your An-
Jtt\led the funeral Sal- provide district! cooperators with 30 for the purpose of request \0 I'ICIt ."' '. Sit wer or pleading. to the complnlnton
( Mr. Jacksonville
and! Jesse to
Mrs. Newgomu family are moving .
.... -... .
In 'Ir. th I'lHlntirfn
of seeding ing planting material from < .r. Hrnilforlt Cnnntn Atiin-ni'V. ?a.'h It.1'i.iiKluH. .
Mr! Baker' brother, and family'had as Sunday guests Mrs. T. H. Hutchlngs visited her I today where Mr. Ray has been an Improved method the Klorlilnt. In < hnnrrrr.AMrv Kl()& l.ynrh Iliiiminit JnrkHMiivlllc. -

I,Baker In Jacksonville.\ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sanders. of Valdosta son-in-law and (daughter Mr. and promoted to manager of the Or- small grains such as (oats rye, : Slate Game and Fresh Water 1 Fish Iliirtim, ..h".... IMnlntirf vilHiibl :,: I:I Kloildn.: nnd. riK t ha 'orlirlnAl -
Commission. !N ('us.", I'" r.,1 nl. In the offl of the 1'lrk.
This : of tho
Mrs. R. G. Dodson In Trenton over and legumes such as luplno. I
Gulf Oil station.
Ga. and Mrs. Harvey New- ', tega filling Cane: No. 8801Mollr circuit Court on or li,r<- the Slut I
'oann Dinkins of U. of F. some and Miss Joyce Newsome of the weekend. ,. To "PP."., slay of T'h.... 1'iftl., otherwise
I Tli, I cii I t.i I N ChllHK, wh...,. i'.i the allegatIons of rnld ('.. .
I J, for the Thanksgiving Gainesville.Mr. I' Mrs. Daisy Ferrymnh Is makingan Mr. and Mrs. James Deaver Mrs. Kdward: Hoihberger hadas tie...,.< ii",1 Hiliiri'HN I IM 1)) KiHzi'tiNt will l h.. ,taken AH ....nr'sotl l "hv'pl."nt you.
I s with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hal P. Gillen and daughters Indefinite visit with her visited Mr and Mrs J. O. Denver weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. .tt Auburn, NVw ..rk. Thin notice IIhlh.. publIshed

Dinkins. Diane and Paula of Fernan. Mrs. A. M. Moore In Wednesday Vim. ii ri- hereby intlfli-it that otic* each week for four connecutlv.
F and! Mrs. W. H. Nollman daughter. In Urunxvtlck, Ga. from George Gerlach of;! Newark, N. J. .
Mrs.I null I fur I IMvnr -. ward" nf minor "week In the Ilradford County Tl.
visited Mm. Miriam Klckhter and dma were visiting Mr. and Blackiihear Ga., who returned to Sunday.Mr. "'hl'_ln-n I ti< l 1..r"n"1 unit nlhi-r' r"- 'rnph.lialid.

[ \\v F Godwin was hostess Miss Dorothy Klckliter In Green W. H. Yawn and other friends home fromthe, hospital last week. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. McNeil! and llif hue I bi'nn fllcil niiHlnNt yuu. In thunlxivi I this 2IM h iliiy: of Novnmher.

Club Tuesday Cove Springs Sunday afternoon. here over the weekend. Patrolman Mrs. Ferryman was driven up to and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy Mrs. $. :M. imiiifil Court. Riul. IHIIH. a rid IflRI ,
Canasta I Mitchell were supper. yon ..r.' rMiili'iil, I to n fi,'V.- n i opv., : oCymir (OFFICIAL !RF.AM' A.I. ThnmA. I.
Mrs. W H. Nollman will Gillen and, his family who were 'I Blackshear by her other daughter. spent Thanksgiving. with Mr. and guests Sunday evening of Mr. and ii it nv.'I or pIpRilinir I to Ihn complnlnt Clerk or the circuit Court.
.i recent residents of Starke are Mrs. Del Colley and daughters who Brunswick .in Hi" '".lnllfr'. Alturnoy, Hy Mvrtl T. De vr, Deputy Clerk.
Inn the club next TuesdayL Alph A. Hazen of Orlando is where Mr. Mrs. J. O. Prayer in Mrs. Lester Crews In High Spring: 'r l Ir, nnk 1 jinilnim. Hturki', Klorlila, II, 3D 4t I. 21 l
spending a few days thin week moving to-Mayo soon remained at the Moorts for Ca.

; I with his brothers V. V. Hazen and Gillen is being transferred.Pat Thanksgiving.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller and

Walnwrlght of M. F. Hazen and families. Mr. and Mrs.. J. N. Vlckers hadas Hon.. Phillip. of Daytona Itrarh I
ulse from the U. of F. Just
McGrlff arrived
Lnod pent the Thanksgiving Jewett Fogg1 and Mrs. guests Monday and Tuesday were guests last Friday of tho W. .. .

1 with her mother. Mrs. A.Lit. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hallowell spent the Thanksgiving hOIllaywith Florence Lyons are spending the Mr. and Mrs. A. G Gowen of W. Calnes Jr.
1'1 his Mr. and Mrs. G.
,I She was accompanied of FederaNburg, Md. were overnight parents month of December visiting Mrs. Folkston, Ga. Large Selection of
J. McGrlff, Sr. !a TIUI > >
Fogg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tl 't l I'||
J | Mrs. Raymond Secrest and ; guests last Friday of Mr. '" ('IW"DU ('...."* w..d'or.1 I (Conn.,
v Secrest of Mallandaleluted and Mr W. E. Dowling and (fami Fitch in Rush City. Minn. Mrs. Z. R. Jones and son David "'l..rltmt In < .Iua..eu'rg.
f-lflen{ Guests at the home of Col. and I : """, "Wl'-M-,. .
ly. of Donnldsonvllle, Ga. vIsited Mrs. {!? y. Pliilnllff$ WADSWORTH WATCHESJeweled
Mm. Spcrt st's parents %'ard l Thnii ,, i.v.
theThanksjt'lvlnlt ,
Mrs. Willie\ Reddish. Mrs. I) E. Knight during Mr. and Mrs. }oJ. K.! Ferryman Jones' son and family Mr. and I.anvy, Jiprrnitunf CHUB Noollr 81UB
holidays were
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Meyer and Jr. and daughter. Jan left Thurs Mrs. T. A. Yawn from Thursdayto < To ApiK-.r.
Charles Knight of the U. of F. and day for their home In Bethlehem Saturday The Yawns also had Tov: "nl Tlmiiui* Tjiney, whose ,Movements
mil' Mrs. W. H. Nollman daughter Sally, of Indianapolis Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Bird of Pa. after spending ten days with r..I.I."I' "' "titi"I* *' 1I1."r..Norlh'
last .
Friday 1'.rulln8.Yo"
Ind. are guests of the W. H. Noll- as overnight guest

Lined at two tables of ca- mans at Colonial Inn this week. Jacksonville.Ovid the senior Perrymans. Mrs. W T Moncrlef of the State slut rnr are' hereby notlfl.d. That ..* Subsidiary of The Elgin; Watch Co.
Thanksgiving night honor- v1 lvo1P1'.kh""K '""" rll. '
sa..lnot .
Farm. .
> named
Plr sunn-In-laws and daugh- Bennett returned home Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott and ('.."rt anti cause and
Charles Dcvrlck and yu' are reoJulre"
,
\Mr and Mrs. Crosby H. Daw- daughtt'r.Orpha. the past week after spending house guests Mrs. Harold Babcock to 1*"!" copy of your an- For Teen Age or Adults ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Waadln and
of Charleston W. Va. Riley
are Korean ower 0. pleading> to the complaint
William the
iui I Mr. and Mrs. several months in
spending the winter with Mr. Tlevrick's and daughter. Betty of Slur- daughter Linda were In Jacksonville on the Plaintiff's Attorney. Evan!:
son and family Mr. and! theatre of war. geon Falls, Ontario Canada spent last Friday. T.tea Evans!: Bn.l Neal l 1r.II.levan. Jr. f
;
I 19.75
Tuesday of last week In In. ; vjrnn** llntr. Jack PRICED to 33.75
"onvlll. "I"11'
Mrs. Denver Devrlck and also with and' file! Inn orlnln.
awl.) Mrs. Don Pat Ay' of Mrs. Quentin Filllngim enteredthe Augustine. The Babcocks are visiting Miami "I In the ."Ice. of the ri..rk of the
relatives
in Tampa. J. B. SJlcox!? o( spent '
i
,vllle upent Thanksgiving Alachua General Hospital in the Southern part of the Thanksgiving. with Mr. and Mrs. I I IriMilt.of (T1"''"rl"'"on' ."or 1 mi i.for' ; nlhorwlf the Dint SKK THEM IN OUR WINDOW

|Mra. Patray's parents Mr. Mr. and Mm. John F Thorntonand Monday for observation. and treat state this week and will return to James Lewis and, family will the ?h.Lll.Jr taken. 'lnn".h."# said'.,1 ('..mnlnln, : i
plr. L. O. Hazen.J. ment. visit the Scotia enruute home. as ennfemM.il hv von
Thin .
.
Miss Elizabeth Phillips of mules hal"| b. published

Gainesville were Thanksgivingguests Mr. And Mrs. J. N. Vlckers and Onre es-h} week for four con...." ,uv. GEM JEWELRYStark
weeks
Hollis V. Knight Mrs. D. E. Mr. and Mm. Homer Lewis and In the Vra'Hord County-
E. Hildebran and chil- of Miss Hazel Phillipx. children spent Thanksgiving with Tel..ei.t'h. I IOnly
Gary and Linda were in Knight and H. V. Knight Jr. visit- sons of South Jacksonville and l Mr. Vlckers' mother Mrs. Docla 11.1, I lila 2Alh ,lay of Nvemiipr, Fin.
last ed Mr. and Mrs. William, S. Colson Michael Pickering of the Jacksonville 1951.
jinvllle/ Friday shopping Mr. and Mrs. Willis Smith and afternoon.Mrs. Vickers in Fitzgerald Ga. (OrFI.'TAI: In>:AI.) A. J. Tliom..
(ii'itiiig friends. in Orange Park Sunday Naval Base were Sundayguests ("I..rk ,'f the r"eult Court Authorized Diat. for Wadsworth Watches !
children of San Angelo Texas
ny lIryrtle ....
of the L. N. Pickerings.Mrs. T. n vor, Deputy Clork11ac

mil Mrs. K. M. Davis and were and F visiting F, Flumes the last R. A week., Colflons Jack Brlggs of Jackson daughters Mr and Cynthia Mrs. Ralph and Cox Priscilla and, 4t U/il Seaboard Railway Watch Inspector

ville spent \the weekend with her Ben Rowland and daughter Oak I No'r.t.1' TO "PRAII i!
!,nil Mrs. John Mixon and of Live were Thanksgiving .
brother-in-law and sister Judge Kay. spent the weekend In I. rirmlt CKT, llmU'..rd (-oun<,. ,
frier. Dorothy Jean spenty Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith and guests. of Mrs.! I). L. Silcox and --
and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Mr. and! Mrs.
Apalachicola visiting
In Archer visiting Miss .sons. Butch and Bob spent the Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox.
(Dwlght Marshall. Little Sandy f
If Anderson and Mrs. Pauline weekend in St. Augustine with Col. ,
Mrs. Martha Eckenroth of Marshall returned home with her i
and Mrs. H. C. Wall and family. Mrs. Fouler Shi Smith and children -
Orange, N. J. is the house guest grandmother for several weeks'visit
were In Branford Thanksgiving -
for two weeks of Mrs. Janie Avery. BUYatKOCfISandp
Smiths
veiling Mrs. mother,
Mrs. Avery also had. ai Thanks
Mrs. J. J. Lipwey.Mr. .
giving guests Mr. and Mrs. George Col. and Mrs. James A. Griffin

Hill of Orlando Ed Carswell of spent the Thanksgiving weekendIn
and Mrs. W. J. SludHtlll' and
Tampa Mrs. Pauline Torode of Lakeland with relatives.

Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy t daughter; with Cheryl Mr. and spent Mrs.Thanks J. F.Sturlntlll :'
giving
Dedicated To'Community Service -- Harper and Miss Annette Harperof Mrs. G. F. Sewell of Marianna
Mr.
In Lakeland Ga. I
"MovIe. Are Better Than Ever" Jacksonville. I spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. A Y LESS
Studxtlll returned!' the next day
Cecil Sewell and the Sewells, also
while his family remained for the
at.. Dec. 1 ONLY I Sun., Mon. Dec. 2,3 Mrs. W. G. Halle returned Sat- I I had! as weekend guests Don Pitt- rest of the week.

I urday after two weeks' Visit with I man and Miss Johnny Bennett. !' of

)IOUISLE FEATURE -! /::; \ Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle Jr. and .' Marianna.
Mrs. F. A. Scott visited her sister -
I" 1\" and Jack Halle in Miami i
I family

r:-' \' t\\9.\ '!I \\/, and also, visited her; sister Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Davis Gassrtt drove land, Mrs.and Walter Mr. and Glalzau Mrs. Robert In De- SHOP AT HOME AND SAVE MONEY It

r 1\1,6t L.4 -" J. S. Adair in W. Palm Beach. Mrs. Fate Gassett to Sklpperville
R....-tIdi. Xiilj :; .__ Glatzau in Orlando from Thursdayto
'I i. ."',''...1u Ala. lant week where Mrs. Pate
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1 Sunday.Ben
.
MICHAEL CHAPIN __ is Miles and Carol Jean Moody of Gassett will visit her mother. Mrs.J. .

."101'ElLENE _ _ Flagler; Beach sptnt the weekend I). Payne over the Christmas Rowland and Sam Andersonwere OUR FINE I TOYS
JANSSNI ( with the J. R. Kites and R. P. holidays. The GasKetts remainedin
hunting In the Big Scrub

',." ,",.,' Stubbins.Mrs. ,; Sklpperville holiday. over the Thanksgiving last week. ARE SOLD AT A DISCOUNT I S


Moyne I. Toomey and Mrs. Shirley!' Collet and children
:J APNA'j Mnow Fleaia" hluirt Pius Latent nephew, Emerson Ken, spent Mrs. Alfred Walker and children. \ -
and Ray Rodda were In Palatka
Thanksgiving Day with her son-in- Ella May and Fred of Lake
NEWS Wednesday and Thursday of last Compare These Prices with
j law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. City were Thanksgiving guests of week vlHlting Mr. Rodiln'a. parents 7 Jacksonville Prices! !!

Tiu's. Wed. Dec. 4, 5 James O. Toppins In JackHOSvIlle. the Adolph Gays. _
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Rodda MB_ _B _B BB Bn_ _


"CURE Seaman Ovid D. Bennett, TJSN Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Edwardsand Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly and 4..44444 4 4 4 44 l '

arrived home Saturday to spendhis daughter Pam. of Palatka

leave with his wife and rela' and Mrs. Jack Bell of Gainesville family spent Thanksgiving with: $19.95 TRACTOR : f $8.95 LAMPSony
Mrs. W. H. Tenly and family In
jJciirI lives. Mr..and .Mrs.jBeBnett will were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. Gainesville.

AND return Tuesday" .to San. Xllego and Mr W. M. Edwards.Mr. I
where he Is stationed-* only14.9SU/
Miss Montle Hutchlngs of 3.29
and Mrs. R. C. Howard and
Gainesville visited her parents M.
IIAYDUI Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crowson daughter. Dianne and Mr. and .
and Mrs. R. R. Hutchlngs duringthe '
r# accompanied Mrs E, L. Matthew. Mrs. J. T. Kinchen and daughtersof .
Thanksgiving: holidays.Mr.
$25.00 CARS
to Lakeland last Saturday where Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. : f $14.95 LAMPS

--ustsdoss MITCHILL J they attended the fall meeting of Rny Howard and son of Gainesville antI Mrs. Tommy Crawfordand $ $ $ $ $
a I W
the Florida Tress Association. Mr. Thanksgiving guests of Mr.
were
19.95J
Mr. and Mrs. Oilom Crawford only
Tuilily, IJuilily liuddy" Cartoon Matthews president of FPA:, wentto and Mm. Merrill Edwards. only 5.95
and children of Jacksonville Mr. ON THESE: SPECIALS;
and LATESTVOKLI NEWS Lakeland on Friday. I and' Mrs. Lonnie Crawford and

'Mrs. J. H.\ DuPre and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Crawford of

Robert Johns spent his recent Nancy. and Rev. J. E. DuPra of
Thur. Fri. Dec. 6 7 Starke were guests Sunday of Mr. $60 BICYCLE
A vacation visiting In Douglas and Live Oak spent Thanksgiving with and Mrs. Clayton Crawford an4 DOLLS $7.95 BABY

VIdalla Ga. relatives In Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Otlbooly.Mrx.J. .
ComeTill
t only 49.95: I
Mrs. Vesta Hicks and childrenof Mrs. J. M. Edwards and Mrs. :" B. Sapp and, Carl Sapp 59c to 9.95 Carriage 4.95

p7 Fort Smith. Ark. are visitingher Maurice Edwards Jr. were I IGainenville In visited Mrs. F. A. Moore and Mrs a

.... *f tne mother-in-law Mrs. V. S. last Friday.Mr. T. A. Steel In Gainesville Tuesday v'vvv vyyvyyvvTyyyy.vy. -

'..- ---..-.- Hicks. I
.
-C i..UIDMI.kM*in MM'Mao and Mrs. J. D. Doyle visited $3.25 Lust o-Ware CANESTER
and Mr. and :Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Jr.. SETS, 3 pc. asst. colors $1.98
Inky" Oartoon and "I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of friends in Green Cove Springs
Wednesday and ThanksgivIng -
pent
I* Monster" weekend guests of': Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.
were
Serial. Also "flrizily Golfer" Cartoon Tampa In Ga. with friends
Fitzgerald
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. I I IKincald. 4 $6.95 MUSICAL CATHEDRAL With Lights I $4 98

I I I Mrs. Inez Kelly is spending two .. a
I Al H. Harley. Jr. enlisted In the ii in
I weeks with her son and daughter
--- -- - :) \ in-law Mr. and Mrs. Donald KellyIn Marines and left Monday' for Par West Ben ELECTRIC PERCULATORS $11.95

rls Island. S. C. t
.
Tampa.Mr. .


WELL WHATDAYAKNOW I : and Mrs. J. M. Edwards and Thanksgiving:Mr. and! :Mrs.! guests Ray of Stone Mr.were antI! ,! PLASTIC TREES With ORNAMENTS $2.39 j


REMINGTON SLASHES PRICE ? :" sonville daughters Sunday.visited friend In Jack- Mrs. Mike Gtlhooly. .' XMAS nOXEU CAlms t ,10 SI'ALS; T.US; CAlms 5e

: J Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutching 16 for 7ge I (or 9c

The Ewell Lawson family. M. L. 'ire visiting this week Mrs. Hutch- t X\IAS: THfa: J.lGIIT SfTS: 9Se

Lawson family H. A. Lawson fam- Ing.' Mr. and Mrs. O. H.
ON : j parents XMAS nOXfU; CAlmS
"SSSES10; i ADDING, MACHINE j I Illy and Miss Pat Sler...: all of Stark. rlorrlHon In Savannah, Ga. XMitS THEF: STNnS _
i i and Miss Eleanor Hall of Tallaha.- I ILeligioue, Subjects 50. _. 9Se


FROM $127 TO $120 PLUS : I| see dedication attended of the the homecoming First Baptist and frs.Thanksgiving Corlcy Johns visitors were of Mr.their and BILLFOLDS ._ 9Sc up to $1293; Tree Light nulh 7c Tree Ball" ScRONSON !

TAXESWorld's
and visited
i i Church In Auburndale daughter, Mrs. Marvin Rogers ofachoochee. .

relatives there over the weekend. and Mr. and Mrs. Bud :' LllalTEnS .___ $6.9; 72 Ft. XMAS IUnBO'lr:' tOe

I I Goddard and con. Rawlelgh Joe. a

iL ,I I Mrs F. H. Long spent the latter of Linden.Dr. MEN'S JUmslI SETS __ _.__ 5ge up XMAS WHAI'I'ING 1\PEn ___ JOe 4
part of last week In Jacksonville -

I I with Dr. and :Mrs. Bryant S. and Mrs. W. f;. Mlddleton,
BOYS' OUTDOOR KNIVES _____ 9ic I"I\STIC CAnS 5c
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I |Carroll. Miss :Madg Mlddleton and Mrs. .
Fastest KeyboardTERMS E. L. Matthew. attended funeralervlces

', j J. E. Mundorf of St. Petersburg In Jacksonville W dne.- c FLASH UGlI'fS --, -- --- 7ge CMo (mN 33:>end Up 1!
j spent the weekend with the R. E. :fay morning for :Mrs. Susie An-

IF DESIRED Mundorf family.Mr. : erson Mlddleton who died Monday -
at hop home in Jacksonville FOOT HALLS .. 9Sc PLENTY; OF IMlVi AND! CAPS

and Mrs. William Morris had after a brief nines Funeral i

r/ DELAY SEE TODAY as Thanksgiving\ < guests their services\ were held In tile Seashole 3
WHY '
daughter, Mrs. Augusta HlUman Chapel with. Rev. John B. Dixon Slop Xmas Iluying Shop Early and Use Our LA }'-.t'-W4't Y Plan

I Patriciaand offlclatln \
and Jan their Dodd grandchildren of Ocala. -4iss the Rush We are Open Daily From 8 A. M. to 10 P. M.KOCH'S .

-Il 71 Bradford Co. Telegraph I'I'I Mr. anti Mr.. Charlie Decker of

-7. Mrs. Mae Hawkins of Waldo and Ulysses, Pa. are spending the winer V 1

I Mrs. Albert Hartmann of Stark In Starke and are staying at NEVER UNDER SOLDOne
I I
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.. I were Thanksgiving\ dinner guests the Dixie :Motor Court for the

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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY" .........RAPD. STARKE. FLORIDA ...,..... -- I
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....yyyyyyy TyyyyyyyyyryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyFARMER'S enjoy the visit tractor and 1 S 30, I
especially seeing that seemed like the !NOTICB nf Appi.iriTio FOR gr..ph. mr.1 Ant
I Toby and Comfort. last strav.: T\\; I>KFIVOTII > Pitted thlc JOth flay of November,. (OFFICIAL SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas Kentucky.Ridge, ,, 1', UII;
: 'n is HKHKPTT oivnjr: 19G1. Clerk of the circuit' Court' I
id: S S S S S Th.it' r' A. F'h" and J. :M. Hl.. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.,. By Myrtle T Deaver Deputy Clerk I cult You for are h'roby; I',
: Bought wiring materials and Got beet 11 I ,unk, th.$ holder, nf 'the followlna) Clerk of the Circuit Court.. 11/9 4t 11/30 Dlv"r". >'-tin 't
I some seeds to I aatn.t .
I germinate .. .. you \"
.It in
ij' y r $ ark tax certlflfatc" have. By Myrtle T. Beaver, Deputy Clerk Court o b'nulred ''J
DIARY :: now plan to re-wire our home to but the beet seedlings are filed "Old' rertlfli-ate. fur n tax 11/23 4t 12'14 and cane ,nd> '"

t allow for the added use of electrical very slow growIng. In fact they d.,.d ,to It* IH.II..II thereon The. certlflonlx -: !>TICE TO API-ISA ewe., or to )spry,. ?, ''PI"yo",",f"j, H,:. ,!
r : Numbers and Yearn of h-, OTICB TO APPRAR In Clrr.lt (earl. Bradford nn the pI"Adln"" t t.., 1" .. ""I
equIpment. When the wiring look pretty poor. Can t ailance.. the dacrlptlon' County 9 rl..lnllff', ";,
.p By Sam McCarvey .. Imagine of the prop In rirrejlt tonrt. Bradford TonntyiFlorldat Flwrldai tn ( huncvry.sheMon WillIams, .
' M .... walt done originally there was no what the trouble Is, unless It Is -my and .the n..,.,.. In which It waiHfdnrrl .I In ( .........,.. Miller. Maher. Plaintiff, .... Butler Florida COd 11110,, h < ,. 1", ,, ;',

E The author will bo glad to provision made for outlets and no because the soil has become '.. are a* folloiva: nors-e C. Carter plaintiff vs. Iva I Joaeph A. Maher, Defendant. al In the offir"circuit .1//", Lt, 'I" .. ,
i- receive : pack/ ( rtlfl"'* No i, \>ar. of I BII- II. Carter. Defend.nt. Ca.. of 0\1". ,. .
.J p. Item of Int .. switches at all. So ed from the anre :May 25. I 94S. No. S773 Court "I, I. \ ,
' rent conrernIng a. we pre goingto latest rains and the Cms No. 3772toflr Notice To> Appear.To rt'ty' of Di-reinC,. t I, ,",.
,
.. i!.. A. the activities of bring the to n."rlpl.'n nf property Lot 2 of >e To Appear.To : Joaepli A. MaIler who I he. 1"" 1"\\
farmers In : wiring date, young plants are ** realdene alliratloii. 'I"
up not THk' '
27. Kx
getting K 70 r ,
.: ft. nt Original Iva M.. Carter, whoa residenceI. I and addr.>. l I. Unknown: will be '" 'I atI
j Bradford County. Suggestions may. S and incidentally make it safer. enough; air. Hurvoy, Town or Htark Section 18 !Is: Unknown.You You are hereby notified: This taken "" ''n. .." I ", \\1,,..

liI t be left at the Telegraph office er S5 Shave "nwnnhlp 0 Mouth, KanirA", 22 FJ"..,. are hereby. notified that a tilt for Divorce ha. been that filed a once each notice week"hall i.., P"" ',' ..,
; 4 N'nmiIn, which AitHemiKl. : Mill Car- Suit for Dlvorc has been. filedagalnat I tive for t.. ,.
against you In the Weeks I.
p... mailed to !Sam! MrOa.rvey Lawley, 4 And that reminds us of the had a lot of trouble get- a n it*nnYrtlfhat you In the above named. I Court and cause and above named Telegraph, In the 2"4for4'''r",,
I you are
.. Florida. fact that fire In ( ,*. No.3. Year of b.II- Court and caus and you are required required ",
.
a haz. to DAted
greater ting serve a of thl.
! cabbage plants started eSpy your ansWer 12tb, ,
in the anre May 29. 194 th9
to serve a copy of your an- 19BI. r \ .
4 or pleading to
the complainton ,
I & 44 4 flflAAAAS ard living out In the country on a i field, so finally we planted some .Hcrlptlon of Propertv Pom at nwer or pleading to the complainton : the Plaintiff. Attorney. T. (OFFICIAL ,1,
.
---------------------- I N f.ir. of w ,i of Plaintiff's Zach. II. Frank1andrum SEAL) A.
farm because we have no fire in a seedbed SBH of NK'i and on Attorney, Stark J.
,
in Florida
Clerk Thr'm
: Alice's pop I is In a hospital again latest d. Yankees of the our greenhouse. run W 175 '1. for 1',. of J.... thance DouKlnn, COS Lynch Building, Jack. the original In the and file E'y Myrtle ot the CIr, cit "'' ,;
office of T. ,
family whc protection at all. So we have a The plants I nun, W. CO the I Deaver 0'
Ft a .
north anil were too tall and 108 f t B SO Ft N. aonvllle, Florida and file the original Clerk of the Circuit DOPllty< '
Alice
\ jp < no la i leaving have come to Florida and garden hose 106 Ft. to Pt. nf 11.. In the office of Clerk Court on or before ::"
they hooked up all the spindly at first but of Mlar the ot the the 10th day of __ II/IG ft
,
this week to do what she now they Btnrkt', In Hertlon Circuit Court before the 10th December 1;1'
ZH on or .
I' can. like living down here Townahfp 6 L 1951* otherwise'
much time and it will ; the allegation
show
very reach of NOTICE
part signs of !
any leafing out Himth Range 22 Kaxt. day tit December, 1051 otherwise 'ro
and ;
doIng .
la In the Paul said Complaint' Sc APPEAIL
I iit fie Kimball Hospital On a Thanksgiving| Day program I of our home and If used quickly well. Guess that 1 is Nan* In which" .A....*..": O. H. the allegations of ald Complaintwill ,. ; .,.*ed by you. will b* taken a. eonfe Fiorid. ('I.rult. C..rt. hradfo'd ,
I Lake wood N. J. tile] IIttle.r.rtlfkate/ Sc Ce.5'
R and of heard how the way b* taken a confeaaed by you. Chnncepp
original settlers enough;: it This notice anal] t '.lIlh..r
I might put out a fire well have >* published nerrlck, ,
to get cabbage No. 4. Tear of Thla notice shall b* publlHhedone L. 'I, .
I lacean.'a r .
: plants
all :
nurse
we -
are once ,
each week
wishing: Pop a for four Edith 'V. "
at Plymouth flock hnd to before It 21) cnn-ecuMn Adcock I
prepare got going too far. Ofcourse started. May 1944 each week for four conciitlvaweeka weeka In Le.r' D. ", .
the
I peedy and cdmplete recovery. land for planting by hand(I we have fire Insurance Description' of Property 1':. 175 Ft, In the Bradford County Tele-. craph.Dated. Bradford County Telo- Notice To 4...... b "''I,
iy! S. of V 106 ,Kt of K$4 of NW> craph. Appear. .:
We still that of
I hope will be able < 81:14 .
Pop this To
and had to catch fish to use for but that can of NR' nf Hated 7th day of November, : Kdltl \V. ,
I never cover every. After the Mine rifarko. In riertlon this 8th day of November, 1951. Al : ., ..
o make the trip down here and rains saw lots of whose residence e r. ,
: fertilizer. Guess we people today thing and almost any kind of fire 2H. TowiiNhlp 8 Mouth, Jt.n 11'e 22 1051 (OFFICIAL fIliAL' ) A. J. Thomas Mra. Luther anti "doll ,
1 njoy our mild climate from I animal tracks near the icE,at. (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomas, Letter .::' '. .,
away t
, do not have such a tough life IN bound to result In a financial patch and berry Name. In which Assessed: O. IICertificate Clerk of the circuit Court. Clerk of the circuit Court. rollna. J,
after By Myrtl T. Deaver You
ce and snow. Denutv Cli-rk are
. t after all, and have a lot to be loss. comparing them 1.1111.. By Myrtle T. Leaver Deputy Clerk. Mull hereby notified
i far that
with
some we found ; I No.7. Year of 11/9 4t 11/30 11/9 4t 11/30 Divrc. hA.
I
printed b.-n
thankful for. in un.M. against ',' ,
.. YoU In the '
a May 29, 1144IH" dl. ,
magazine we I Court I. ..
.
i t Taking }Henrietta' eight plgsxtofarmer's I Were glad to have a visit from had decided that we ...IIIIon of property B 7'4 Ft. VOTICP! TO APPRR! ftOTICR TO APPEAR qulr..d. to and rssIs" And y"u, Ir. ,'.
Produce and Livestock Of lotI'. and a 'possum on our place. Not of t.ot 0 A Lrfit S Kx, H. 8 Ft. of ttlock In Circuit Conrt. nradford County,,. In Circuit Court, llradforrl County.,, .10'.1'. or aerve a copy ot y'' or
al
.; course, while we were Mrs. Jack Eaves and long It And T.ftnd' W. of Florida In Pleading the
f, larket at Gainesville away after this Sam saw acme to Ptrvet Florida In ( ..a. ..,. Cnnnrery. on the Plaintiff's' e"IIp'a'r! '
this week, from our farm THINGS HAPPENED (theIr son, Ronnie. These folks are 'possum brother of, N J. .loni'a. Ailillllon to Town nf Marion \Vhreler Mcnlade Plaintiff, Lena Summerford. Wagetefi' Plain. LAndrum Starke Atlorllev T Pr.,'
nd when we do ve will be prac- gliding through some Rtarkff, In Kpctlon 28, Townithlp R vs. John E. McOlade Defendant tiff v*. James Wavataff, Defend. the original; 1"iorlla. and I,
originally from .
(as they usually do). The the eastern shoreof underbrush_ Routh Kanir. 22 Kant.Namn ant. In. the offict
I cally out of the hog business. We at least Sam thinks Case No. 8768 Clerk of the Circuit Li It
hogs broke Into the p.en wherewe Maryland and we had a nice It was In which Afutftpfted: Henry Notice1 To Appear. Caee No..774 I tore th* 17th i
a day .mi"
.
p 111 have then only the sow lIen- time 'possum as it had some )fnnallft1f'ertlfIcot! To: John K McOlade, who** real- IVotlc To Apprnr. otherwise the of De ,. ". ,
j etta and the gilt who creep feed the pigs and ate talking about things up patches of white on It, and I.. No. 9. Tear of IHHU- dene I I.,: Unknown To: James L. \Vairtaff, who**I Complaint' allegation of ?
Blondie Is will
. a .
.t all the oorn, and Flnnegan. the north. But we still like Bradford rat-like tail.Getting long Anne MaY 21, 1048. You .ra hereby notified. that a realdenca and addre !I., 2105 llicb-, fe>aed by you. b* taken ., con
((111 keeping secret about whether County better nmrrlptlon of Property: T.oln 1-2 iMlIf' for divorce has been land Street' Charlotte, North Caro This notice.
water than
jhe pump got himself full of any other S 0 of I-"Io'k It, of filed lina. shell b.
? Is bred or not Our Ishat 5 DvlnffMtun-Truhy & A"Aln..t you In the abova named one each week for publlrt,
guess air and almost burned up. Shows place. I ('o'.. Kuli'fllvlKton. Section 28, Town- Cour and cause and you are reon You are. haraby. > notified. that a In the four connut"weeka ,,
she Is not, and so will quite a kick out of the .1011' 6 Houth, I suit for Divorce Bradford County
we what S. ] ItnnKe" 22 KnRt.: red ta serve a copy of your an and restoration' of cm ph. Ttl,, '
I\ hitcher her. Will have Henrietta happens when you leave a Goose Guessing Contest run' by I Name". In which AKHPHIIUII, Carrie swer or pleading: to the complaint maiden. name baa been filed airalnat .l)'at"<1 this 14th
farm, even for a nhort time. The flooding rains and cold did the Chamber of Turner on the Plaintiff. Attorneys, Evan you In the above named Court and 1961 dny of :Novi. b,r
ped, and then we. think that our Commerce. ofStark. ('...rll"'al.:0.: H. Year of to..u- T. Evans and Neal D Evans: Jr., cans and you are required. to erve. (OFFICIAL SEAL
log worries will be over for the S. not damage our rye and as the .. Idea is that you have to an.... May 21. 1448. 103 Law Kxchnnne: Building Jack"aonvllle a. copy of your anawer or pleading; Clerk of the) A. J. Than,,
winter emTlptlon of Property. T.ot 2 and Florida and file the to *h.. complaint the By Circuit Coin,
I The heavy rains and cold set progresses we are more guess the number original on Plaintiff Myrtle T.
[me being. of Dearer
1 'and grains of PI! 2 ft nf Ixit 3. of Hlock HR, of In the office of the Clerk of the Altofney! T. Frank Landrum. Htarke, Deputy, 'pu'. ,\
._ _. ._ our berries back quite a bit. and more happy that we have corn'the goose will eat In so d..u. Mvlnintton-Truhy, & ('n. loCuh.nlvl. Circuit Court on or before the 10th Florida and file the original In the U/U ft .

\ they need a lot of attention.: The planted something for the yearl We Imagine a good i:; don Hcf, 28, Townnhip 8' Mouth, day of December.. IflKf. nfh'.i-wi.. office of the. Clerk of the Circuit ,. -
Enjoyed a fine ThanksgivIngay ings to It way to puzzle Hand 22 Hunt the alienation of en. .-.i' Complaint, Court on or before the 10th day of a Circuit. Conrl, Ilrailfnril ......,
dinner at Sam's sister Marlon beds washed down considerably graze. To be sure, we out will be to find out approximately Nnin"' In which ,Anitenffeil. : lola will ba taken aa confessed by you. I December. 1961 ; otherwise th. alloatlons *. "'lorlilni In rhnncrrr. ,.
and the sand In the middles was should not let the animals grazeIt how many Little This notice shall o* published of aald Complaint. will t>* Kuth Ann Halm Whlt.II.I" if
pounds .
nd of
brother-in-law Lew home corn Cortlfloato No. 11. Tear of Imiiiance one each. week for four taken aa confessed' by you. v. Bert Richard \\hltnll lt'l< ,
; gether with the rest of the packed BO solid It was almost yet, but you try to keep Toby a goose will eat on an average in Mar 2D! 194*. ", ..k. In th.* Bradford I Thin. notice shall be published. Ca'Lo. i I.'

like walking on concrete. Got Ka- (our long-legged half Brahman a mont/i./ and then find I>f>*.rrlntlon of property, Lot 2 of graph. con.pClll1v"j one. each week. for four consecutive Oriler Of Publication. Anil Soil.i. '
mlly Marion and Lew are the trlnka heifer) from out how Block 12. of Uvlnipiton-Triiby' ", & Dated this 3rd /day of i., weeks. In the Bradford County Telegraph. I Tn Appear "I"'. of Kl.Illlllll Ti.
the tractor out and bust- jumping! a fence andyou'll many grains in 111 Bert
a pound. Last f'o'f Huh-Plvliilon% Section 214, 1. Hlchard "'hila II. nh .. .
ed open the middles and rebuilt see why we have not tried year Pop counted out the Townnhfp 8 Mouth, flange. 22 TCilHt (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thoma', Dated this 7th day of November, "! Unknown: '01d..n..I' ;
to number Name" In which) AaHvNHeil J.V.. A* Clerk of aald Court. 1951. You are reoulreil to a .
,
the of keep them out of grains of : pi M I n;,1'1>
edges the Anyway It Is
beds and then Dixie 18 In a quart ohlnHon By Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk. (OFFICIAl. SKAL) A. J. Thomas. cember 17. 1961, In the abut. .\
CY using some of the Planet Jr., tools planted In long rows, and they er of a pound and If we can All of laid property. being In the 11/9 4t 3130NOTICE Clerk of the Circuit Court. CoutA. anil cause, wherein pi! [Ilff
PO L1 we scratched the mIddies and can't possibly cover the entire I correctly, It remember City of Htarkp and County( worked out ford State of Florida.' ) name. Flradfoid
TO cnF.mrom 11/9 4t ]/30 C '
edges of the beda lightly no that field too quIckly. to 2.500 grains In Union I certi (1913 Probate Telegraph halt puhllxli mtr
a pound. Any Whbcer; : ;: ednrac Act. fees. liD, 120) this urittr
In
ficate* ,, I next four .
I the beds on.t.dry out. Now we .S. way well buy our merchandise Inir to law the In The Court of the. County Judge, JVn'r.C..l "'0 APPR.AIl Witness mv wreklv hand IHHUI
deacrlhed I
property Inauch rlrariforrt and
'f' il l
have to go over the patch witha Alice's pullets are doing well and then make our guess to win be certificate. or certificateswill In I'robnt onnty.. Florida Florida In Circuit. In Court.(........Bradford.r,.. County. v.mh..r seal. l At Starke, Florida thl-.! \!|.

hoe to do some weeding out, and growing like weeds. We did ''a prize. hlildor' At sold the' to court the hr>iia hlghent on In reard r.*.: F>. tate of J. H. Redffrava, D*. I neorK J. Meyer, Plaintiff, va. I (OFFIClAIj/ 14 1951.REAL> A. J

:::: =. but to not -'.- Flr.1 J\onIAv ....... Haiel Sylvia Meyer, Defendant. i RIhC 'ui,
mostly uncover the'crowns.At keep up wIth our system of s In .10. .10" ft'' To All Creditor' and Per_..* IlnvInar A* Clerk of it
January. ., 1ht2.! : which I is the; Caaa No. $177otice Hy Myrtle T. Deaver. ,
lilt .
day / Deputy
weighing them Set out Clnlmn or Demand N To .... Orlc
regularly, but we a row of broccoli and it of January,1912Puled. KutateiYou : Asralnat"alii A"" I Martin. J, Pearl. 31. ConNnlidai
At last after lean pretty well tell looks as we'U thl 20th /day of To: Staid .Sylvia Meyer, whoseresidence I Kulldlntr, Jacksonville
a long period of by the feed though have to reset III IIIOFFICIAL November'I and each of you are hereby. and addresa' la: 40 Pleaa- A tty.. for I'lt. Flnrldn
non-production consumption that they It, for we do notified and required to prent. any 11/164112/1)/ )
we. again have a are doingall not have a good ( SKAT) A, J. Thoman claim and demand. which I
limited amount of produce for right. Had one get sick, but stand) Fortunately we have a clerk of Circuit Court of either of you. may have avalnat you,the or I

sale on the Roadatand. Turnips, Alice doctored It, and after it few hundred more broccoli plants Hradford Counlv Florida estate nf J H licdttrave. deceased.. OUTSIDE SNOW WHITE PAINT
11/23 4t 12/J4 late of acid,
County, to the County
got better left
mustard and onion, now, but she put It back with and so we can re-set It. Judge", of Bradford County, Florida. TITANIUM LEAD -
I and
lots more to come In a short the flock. Want to get them out While hoeing the fine row at hi. offlc In the. court house of OIL ..

while. Theoretically you should be on range now, so that they can English peas la the kitchen gar of In Circuit OTirK('..u.t.. TO llradforil APPK *ll(......ty. tail within County eight calendar at Htarke.' montha Florida.from, $4.95 VALUE. ..

able to keep a Road tand stocked get some greens to eat 'and get den we noticed how much r'lorhlrtt. fit ( hnnpery. the time of the,, first publication of A Paint you can dopand oa $250
Hc the Alba. C Yandow. Plaintiff thl lOurl/J.. not to
much the more exercise barnyard v* Albert notlca. Each: claim or demand paol tub wash off CM li
pretty year around manure we put in the 1'. Yandow, Defendant shall h* In writIng and "hall, atata turn yvllow ....... oa mon,y. GAl.l
but things such as freezes middle Improved Can No. (787 the place of residence, and
the soil. Elsowfcere ]Vtttl.<*e .. .. Apprnr. post back guarantco. .. "* 5 0aU C
droughts and heavy rains makeit Noticed a few quail on our farm the soil Is crusted, and To: Albert I-'. Yandow' who.* re..l.nc l. Shall office be nddrea sworn or to the by claimant the. .claimant and 0"., million gallons .olel. FrnlgM PnpaU

In quite difficult However, we arc no Alice bought a hunting license, covered with green, but where ... !I., 81 Mornlnsrald Drive Kant: agent, or attorney and any auch ExcoDont covarago for brick. oa 20 gala,
( .
HrlHtol 'oil
learning what will and will and there was i n. claim, or demand not ao flied shall ... wood, concroto and dadsi'block. .
not cow .. .
: case ofccijent. on opening day she tried her manure the soil You are hereby notified that .a be void. 'IIa ;..... ; Sampl. can... 'Dc. ". or .
Is stilt
grow. luck lining1 her over-and-under light. Job: to get enough ma- agalnat for Divorce ha. *' been filed' Carolyn' II. Redgrave, Sa". Money On YhUSpoclal
S5 .410 nure and a yoU In the abov named As administratrix of the Estate of -tw, Factory PsIc4
Your I atiotgun. She had a tnt nf practical way of get. Court and cnune. and you are requlr. J. H. Redgrave, dacAased. -- -- -

Joy 1 Is giving more milk now fun banging away atthe'blrd; ting It out on the land. ed to carve a copy of your Fli.*t publication November. Oth, SNOW
anawor or pleading' to WHITE PAINT
k on the better quality dairy feed but did not get any to eat Funny S plaint on the Plaintiff lb Attorneys com,: 11151. CO.P. .

&' "t friend an we are giving her, and she also thing when you live In the When we first came here and Jr.Kvatt, 103 T T&vana I..itw Rxchanfra and Neal 11. Kvana,: 11/9 4t 11/30 O. Box 86 Jacksonville Fla.

gets the corn hunks left over from city you hunt mostly for the sport started farming we spent I Jackaonvllle, Florida and Ritlldlnic.file the, OTICJ! TO .4PPF. ,," .
money
|fk.ccident feeding the hogs. She loves them, of It, but when you live on a farm like a couple of drunken sailors of original the In the office. of the Clerk In Florldai Circuit In Conrt.Chancery llrndford' County, .

Policy and while they may not contain L you hunt to eat. And make believe although we did not know we i i 24th day Circuit of December Court' on or 1 D before 5I. other-the Paul J.. RemllnKer:. ;, Plaintiff' va. I

much in the of that quail Is not were being wise, the Allegations of Maxine Elliott Cope Remllng-er Da'endant. .
Charley E. Johns way nourishmentthey good eating. extravagant. We had acid Complaint TRANSFER AND
not learned will b. taken a* "onf..d by R.B.ALVAREZ&SON
are roughage as yet that a farmer yon Cue No. 8789fttlc0 STORAGE CO.

Agency S Some days bring nothing but must watch his: pennies. For ex each. Thl week notice for thai) four J>e,. ,ptibllnhed,nrlc.4 \ To' Maxine To Appear.Klllott Cope Rem-

bone IS STARKB FLA.Una Were pleasantly surprised by a vexing troubles. Started out one ample we did not take good care weeka In the. Ttradford' County conaecntlv Tel-.4 I Inner, whose realdenco. Is: Un
known.
Visit by Don and Mabel Dotson day by discovering a flat tire of printed feed sacks and as o graph.ThatpI this. 2flth day of You are hereby notified that. a ? :

i who are the owners of a fine cattle on the station wagon. Fussed result some of them became dam 1BBIOPFICIAT. November cult for Divorce; : been filed # We operate local!

ranch. We were timid about around for hours with a beaten. aged nnd practically worthless. ( PRAT' : ,> A. J. Thoma", Court atralnat and you In t.'ea.o.. .. named i 9 a' at liVK distant

I. .i showing them our hogs chickens I up jack and finally got It i to Now feed sacks are carefully put By Myrtl Clerk T Heaver of. tha, Denuty circuit Clerk Court I quired. to serve cause. a and coDy you of your are an-rei i C. MOViNG /1 anywhere In C. 9.

and the few cattle we have. be. work, and then had the tire fixed away and sold or used. And there It/21 4t 12/1 on ever the or pleadings to the complaint. ? '
Plaintiff
,\ Attorney, Evan
.." TUB ;VELERS. Hartford cause we are operating on such a Later In the day while working are lots of other ways In which T. Evans and Neal D Fvana: Jr., ::! 14 EXCELLENT

I p small scale, but they seemed to, the berries, had a flat tire on the you can save or waste money on NOTIfHTO nnvllle 101( law, KxchanR Florida Ilulldlnfr Jack.
a farm. 41'PRtft and file the
tn Circuit Court llradford County. orlKlnal In the office of the Clerk Sc1ta STOR1GBFACILITIES
Klorl.lni I.. ('hener7. of the Circuit Court on or before
j--- !tae. Punk Plaintiff. vn r. Franklin the Hith day. of. December. 1951
ji ADIES Read about the latest way to Funk, rtrfentlant Cane No. 8700 otherwise the allegations of said' ;
HEARD
HAVE YOU ?
.. raise pigs by the Incubator Afflc. To .4pp''''. I Complaint will ba taken a* confess Agents For
i meth- To' C Franklin Funk whoa realdnrr ed by you. I.
od. using a recording of a sow > In .17 Fact Waphlnvton Street- This notice shall b* published. DELCHERBROS. -
grunting to call the IlAaremtown Maryland one each. week. for four conectitlva

1 LITTLE OR NO MONEY DOWN time. Sounds like a pigs pretty to good meal suit You for am Divorce hereby baa.notified been. that.filed a rnph.week. In the Bradford County Tel'.- See us first

Idea. And now If some smart Court avalnat,, and you e..,...In. and the you above named; Dated: thl 3rd dAY of November.
are
aleck could only learn enough hog. ed to aerv. n copy of your aniwrr requir

II 4 I-RADE IN YOUR OLD RANGE l language the equivalent so that he could record or Pldlntlff'fi pleading-Attorney to the complaint, Even' T on I3vnna the

of: "Don's break and Xeal J D Kvann, Jr., 103 Law TCx, 1'f
through the fence change Building' Jncknonvllle.
)
or Flor.
REGARDLESS OF MAKE OR they'll take Ida and file the original I In t l
A CONDITION; you to the butcher," we would all flee of the Clerk of the. Circuit thrnf Court

appreciate it on or before the 24th dAY rot D*. _____
.. f' spjI .' cemher, I'tBI : otherwise the allefta .
tlona of .
aald
Complaint
SAN
taken a. confenned. by you.. will be TA"SCOMING

Thla notice shall be publlahed. .
GRAHAM once each week for four eon eriitlva.
weeka In; th* Bradford County
I ? during our Telattraph. -

liy !Mrs., John MrKlnnyMr 1951.Hated thin Iltot day of November.

(OFFICIAL SUAt.' ) A.I. Thomas.
.
lVtet Mrs. Duffle Abernathy Clerk of the Circuit Court __
and children of By Myrtle T. Deaver Denutv Clerk

OLD B NGm Thanksgiving. with Bradenton his parents spent Mr. 11/2) 4t 12/1

and Mrs. R. T. Abernathy. '

Mr. and Mrs. NOTICE TO .4PPF.\R
John McKinney In Clrenft f........ llradforil
were visiting In Hampton Thurs Inrltlat lit Chancery County,.

BOUNmeV 1 day night and Phylll: Tlvman. Plaintiff .
afternoon., in Waldo' Saturday Hyman. Jr. Defendant., v* Claude


Mrs. ..flew T. .4......... Can No. 8788
Bunie Broughton and To: (Claml. Mvmrtn .7r.. who to
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..... ... daughter. Chlsper and Mrs. Bud (dent I ie, $,.ltvlll. Virginia
4 > 1W' Jr:' (.iUlf: die Stokes You ar. hereby notified
that
a
nfl""ltr : spent

:; : \ It; \g :. \0 ; ..:: J :t _; Gainesville. Saturday In Court c auft....In.t for and you Annulment In, the baa abov been. named filed

can *
,;r...< '" '4 :: Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Surrency quired tn aerv**a copy and you of are re. fl GAINESVILLESEE

_Q of Tampa Hient[! Thanksgiving awer or oleacMna1 to the complaint your, an*

2 Mr. and Mrs. with on the Plaintiff Attorney.. Evan .. .
Leon T
-m-l Wynn. Kvan and Neal T> Kvan' Jr,
04 :
Chef raaf Is tpedally ('kQ Leulas 1 T nwr 'P'icnana. Building*, :Jack
__ This beautiful Matte fat ''J! Starling of Gainesville aonvllle. Florida and file the
______ Old Rallel Rotmd-Up. It spent the weekend i In the orlrlnal -
;;- priced durlsf our : with his moth Clerk of the Circuit Court
!y
oe e brings you top performance plot lonf-UttinJ 2: er Mrs. Kate Starling. cember on or' before lintotherwl the 24th. dar' of De HIM AT GAINESVILLE'S BIG
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dependability.has so many.exclusive features, r ); Leonard McKInney of Sanford tlon* of; aald; Complaint a the will lleita-b* ,

mck as tit* Rtd Wheel Gua heal regulator S I {i:! ,I was by to see his parents Mr and taken This.*notice confeaed-hall by h.you.puhll-hed I CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL

volt -Ure folly 1 Mm. John once
-th oae-plec top borntr McKInney Friday night each week for four conaei.utlv* I

.Insulated even-' Swlnf BroUer-p11l1 many on his way to Georgia. Sunday irranhDated week. In the Bradford County le!.._ '

othtr Ste toll and atblr' .4Iq' CW night guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. Ihla 10th day of November TOBEHELDALLDAYSaturday .
I tintOFFICMt.
today. U. B. Alterman of Nichols, and L ( .
_ specials 8F1AT. A.I.: Thnma.

_ -' !.. 1 Aultlm Youngblood of Waldo. By Myrtle Clerk T. D of. the Circuit Court. December
Miss *vr, Denntir Clerk 1 1s st
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!- ..., J' S : ville spent Magline Thanksgiving Moody of with Jackson her .'.. 11/23 41 11/14 ,


parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Moody., -

Don't forget Prayer meeting at In ClreaU XOTICB Court! TO. APPBAR FREE PICTURE

the Baptist Church every Wednes. Fr..I"., !. Cli*..e.nrad ry* *r* C...'r. SHOW PRIZES ALL DAY

___ William I Chrl" topher' for th
day night at 7:30.: tiff Knapp, Plain klddlca.
v* Dorothy Kllaabeth Knnpix;
Florida Look for License Plate
Theatre your
Pefendant.
EXPENSIVE fII7 INSTALLATION Ca .
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flU| TANKS TO I3UY [JO |ff COST Adding Machine and Portable I ..."To"..,. realdence Dorothy aa Rltxabeth,l addreaa Kn.la* 210"... Saturday, 9.12. am. number, In star windows

Typewriters. sold on time.-Brad, Irvine' Avenue.. Brooklyn New York. .
STREET
You are h.r.by PARADE '
notified
ford County Telegraph.To cult for Divorce that s
tiaa been filed CHRISTMAS GIFTS
CENTRAL FLORIDA against you In the a..,. natnadquired led by Santa Clau ,-
Court and .
to. serve.eats.a copy and you of your a,. an.r.. Fret candy See the greatest election of

sweloh.' pleadlnir, to the Starts at Christmas merchandise ever
complaint 1:00: pm. :
on the Plain .
GAS Alistry tAndrum, ftark II' .Attornev.Florida. T and Frank file featured In CalncsvlUe store
&
APPLIANCE CO. bOS Clerk the original of the In Circuit the office Court of the
on nr
befora the 24th day. of December. SPONSORED BT
It51 ; otherwlao th
alles-atlona
149 W. CALL, ST. c.: aid, Complain will b. taken aa of
f.....<1 by you. con. MERCHANTS
.
Tht DIVISION
nolle shall t>* pnbllnhed.
one ....
lW.M tMUT.MM NUT MlMf each lc for four eoaeecutlv.
wek In the Bradford Cou>nty T.l.- CHAMBER OF COMJtERCBf !

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Ifil r; A }{ymn 3sO nrn -_HAMPTON Kevstone HeightsThe who great mediately have deal been and easier carrying will for make the wood wome life an a1< ;


i8 t building fires in the old wood
BY CUNTJLlLONMERSKall
By Mrs. M. O. Swermey
l l'I ;:::0 Community Church Women burning furnace. Some of the me;

D 6uesna will hold their regular meeting on have just realized what a char;
Thanksgiving> ; that was and decided
to do
-- -' Mr. and Mrs. T If. Gilmartln Tuesday, Dec. 4 at 7:30.: Reportswill tom
thing about It.
The

Baptist ChurchA At The TabernacleThe We QatKer 1 at the RiverThe : of and had Adel Mrs.as their Ga.Ashley holiday Weeks guests and family, Mr. organization be heard meeting at that time of the on cir the grateful$1.00 and to!SOc them.for children.Ticket Club I la will Suppe very be'', ,


cles.The will be served from
8:30
rdlal Invitation Is extended Tabernacle's famous oit Mrs. April Weatherby of Bran- Keystone Heights Woman' : on.

I to worship at the First; Bap- painting, "The Feast of Belshaz- /Hymn that was born in an epidemic ford enjoyed last Thursday with her Club will sptmaor an entertainmentby The Catholic Club will hold thel! '
tell
:;; t rhurch Starke. Rev Halnes zar", was viewed by a large groupof People were dying all ,over New York. Aa have not heard his "Where Is My Wand il Boy slater, Mrs, T. J. Alderman. On the Florida flayers' a group of next meeting on Wed. Dec. !5th at

a new series! of messages people during the epidemic was sweeping the city and wbea the Tonight" that be wrote for a temperance. movement Sunday, the Aldermana had all young people from the Universityof the home of Dr. and Mrs. Childon
Win"!> morning on the "The past week. Rev. Robert Lowry wasn't visiting\ sick member. In 1877. or his music to "We're Marching to their guest Mr. Alderman's" mother Florida, on Wednesday, Dec. 12 Crystal Lake. It will be a' :
MS Sunday Many expressions of wonder and of his Hanson Place Baptist Church he was Zion" or "I Ned Tbee Every Hour" or his words Christmas '
Mrs a. \V. Alderman of Starke. at 8 in tho club house party with at! '
With the eleven 1 p.m They supper :
:Ave of God" admiration are heard from thos burying others wha had crossed over Jordan. and music to "What Can Wash Away My Sins.
Lock message being "God's Love seeing It for the first time and it That's why the 38-year-old clergyman was near Exhausted as he was, Dr. Lowry' mood must Mrs. M. C. Sweeney had among will give two one-act plays. Further 3:50.: )

The Choir will bring Is not unusual exhaustion when he flopped down on the couch of have been working overtime that sultry afternoon her Thanksgiving dinner guests details of this will be given Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hughs from ,
rtaUon' to
l= see persons com his Brooklyn home one hot day in July, 1864. But lie reached for a scrap of paper and wrote four her niece and nephew, Florence later Westfleld N ,
,pet ,al music and Mrs. Mona Ca.m's ing back again T.- another viewof be didn't stay there long. He began thinking verses went over to his organ and before he layabout and Jimmy Gnann of Theresa J. have moved Intor< :
will be at the organ. Sun- this masterpiece. all the people who were dying. Then he back down on his couch he had completed a hymn Keystone Heights/ will lose two the Timmins \bouse., !;4
e'Nning Rev. Haines will bring Everyone Is fell to thinking about the great reunion at the that has,outlived: every sermon he ever preached. Mlxfl Martha Home enjoyed the of its officials of long standing at 11 I 4I
1IY welcome to see this river of life and pretty soon be was up and writing. holiday at the home of her friend. the coming election the 4th' ofDecembet St. Mark's
on
"These be ,,.., Episcopal
Sin/l
langellstlc message I descriptive wt talbtr tl itt ,
study of the 5th: Miss. i
Chapter Robert said that Posting William in Ever- '
Lowry He
was a preacher. Wh. t>. O. Stewart who has !
:
The Youth Choir will r bright nglt (tit bay. tni,
hy Gods' of Daniel, which Is also applicable was all he wa a preacher. After hla hymns [ladns. '
With tilt tryilnl tUi 10....., been town clerk for fourteen Church( School 0:43: : a.m. Morning*
and piano-organ duo will lead to the made film famous and he became referred to asa yearsIs
,.r.g present day. f,..10'G..J. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Mat<4tett and 11 I'I'rray..r
a.m.
ngregatlonal singing during composer he said he "felt a sort of meanness. not running for re-election and
4e A simple family, Mr and Mr. CeorA'eVa-
Thanksgiving program ; Presetting. was his business. Hymn writing was a Litany and Intersesjlon everyKi
Hour 7:30.: tin ... some one elite will be filling his
)l< Happy at win be presented at the Tabernacle side line He would rather preach a gospel sermon O* ,1. f ttt HvtrVitS llama and son. Mrs. Ida Williams Friday evening at 7'30. '
.. place. Mrs. Stewart who has been
\
Sandal) school meets at 0:45: Friday evening and a suit to an attentive audience, he said, than to write *p ill tttttr Ifr >.. and Russell Williams were dinner [
a hymn any day. When asked what method he W. will walked woriblp ...,. of Mr. and on tho town coined for more than
guests Thanksgiving
,11 I I Dr \V J. :Woodham Jr. and a able message delivered.. used In writing both words and music for many' Ml 'b. bappy/( ial.1. rf'jr.Cr tfrs.: Frank. Williams Dunndlon.Mr. seven year has resigned and her

aff of teachers for all ages. Visitors are always welcome to of his songs he said he had no method. Music place will have to be filled at this ;
uln!| .. .. .
I just ran through his. head all tile' time and, when > r f h for thlmlmg/ rlitr, and Mrs. Archie\ Kllnnd of
mining Unions gather at 6:13jlth : : any service. he was In the mood, the words came by Inspiration. toy .i*. avery "...tI..
Mr J. T. Lawson director Unlike Fanny Crosby, who "made" her a". fur tfinlt will ttllvtr parents' Mr. and Mrs. L. D. EUlnnd: rmmcllmcn Instead of two will be I .
i BUY FSTFJtBROOK TheFountain moods Lowry waited for his. and wrote wherever A.II ,... tI. a roh. ..f( craw. and Mr and Mrs. M. I Wattorson elected. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart I
unions for all age groups.Wdweek he was, often on the edges of or the *
? 1'enltli a point for newspapers .. through the holidays. have served the town well in their : .i
service backs of envelopeJudging !\, S.. .. 11 .. lit lkilt. river, \ .it
weekly at 7:30IvIJi : J 1'\rry liar. $2 complete.. Bradford from h...' voluminous hymns Preacher So*. our pttgrlmagt" wilt+ r*..*, Recent. guests. of Mr. and! Mm.It. respective offices and they will be

message by the pastor County ;Telegraph. Lowry must have had lots of moods before he died gone ear tofpjt, baste will q..lvrVTtf B. Wiggins were!' Mrs. Wiggins'' missed. t

at Plainfield, N. J.. in 189U. Few there are who ttl ....,."" .( )..*<.. sisters, Mrs. Mattie Thompson and Tommy Hearst has left for San I'' WALLIK 711UIIL110FERr r j

Krft, Eva Rung of Jacksonville.Mrs. 1 Antonio Texas where he Is stationed I KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS I.

Mamie Mead left SundRY In the Air Force. This' l 6
Next to Harvey's Drug Store
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke for a two weeks. visit with her comes as a surprise to some of .

laughter, Mrs. Enos Skinner of his friends who thought Tommy ',

f u i ipulrbvtld Cocoa. headed for the Navy.
'J Li, Q. Johns. of Jacksonville was Prompt
Pator Muj. Anderson arrived last week
Rev. Lewis D. Haines
visiting relatives\ in Hampton Sun-
from Korea. He will bo here for EfficientCourteous
Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town day. Friends wilt Interested to
about
a month and then he and
br 1IIu.\r'\e4 rDII.'''''' a'l1dIG.\e, alnaakaam. alt hear of their new. son, Kenneth I
PHONES: Office 234- Pastorium 130 Service
his family will leave for, his new
Methodist ChurchThe Leslie who was born In a Jacks'on.vllle assignment.

:limning Services "(;oo's Love in Creation" Hospital last week. The Uedfearns went to Miami '

Evening Services "These He Thy God First Methodist Church of Mrs. Raleigh Brannen with her for the football
[L mother, Mrs. M. B. Lay field, visited big game last EXPERT WATCH
nenr F F ". ,, Starke cordially invites you to attend her slater, Mrs. Elate Blunt, In week

SUNDAY SERMONS iVtoo: A.M., 7:30: 1".1\1. the following services of wor- a Tampa Hospital on\ Sunday Invitations are out for the mar- REPAIRS

Sunday School 9:45: A.M.-Training Unions 6:15: P.M. 'ship on Sunday, Dec. 2. Church The Roger Sparks family enjoyed riage of Miss. Betty Strretman and

:MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. School begins at 9:43: a.m. The an all day visit with relatives Mr. Key Miller Sargent which will .

Sunday morning church service Is In Gainesville Sunday take place on Saturday, pea 8, at
(Hour
0
Lura Dally A.M. to aWednesday P.M.
7/1
held at 11 o'clock. Rev. Thomas
Baptist W. M. U. mis-
ONCASNEBaRl quarterly 4 o'clock! In the Trinity Episcopal .
0 12 Neon
THE CHURCH WITH O. Mitchell will on the subJect -
VISIT THE VISITING PASTOR preach sionary study will be Frld.iy Church In Melrose, Fla.
;- "When. the High Heart We December 7, at Hampton Baptist
Magnify". The Lord' Suppei; will Wherein I welcome In Dccepnber.Thanksgiving the outside envelope. I anus the Church at 10:30: a.m. Members The PTA held their regular

be served at the morning service dinner U. .."pr. The picture from the paper and when are to bring a covered dish for meeting lust Tuesday, Mr. Graham -

and will be served also to the ClirlHtmax. tree lights are repaired. the pattern comer. I paste It on lunch. Mrs Harriett Conway will of Melrose spoke on the recreational -

SUNDAY NIGHT AT 7:30: I .M.IIEAH THE shut-Ins" during the afternoon. the outside. lead the program. program. Mrs. Slprelle PHONE 218
December how love
Cold we you the convention
reported on In Jacksonville
Answer To This "The' Triumphant Adequacy of CLAY HILL: Had.a nice letter SCHOOL NKWS: It.t.
Question: Glad we hall on our way. which she attended.
you The
third and .
Christ" will be the subject of the from Elgin Lang. She has returned fourth grades for COLO NIAFLORIST
ermon to be preached by Mr. Mitchell For to us you bring the pleasure from her trip to Californiaand the past two weeks have shared Mr. and Mrs.. C. O. Clark of ,

? at the Sunday Evening serv- Of the Happy Christmas Day had such a nice visit The with the other grades, In school a Newcastle, Pa. stopped over Monday
soli 2:, people 1 unit on the Industries of Florida.On I to visit Mr. and Mrs.
: o ;o Ice at 7:30: p.m. During the Gospel The above la the chorus of aong church was dedicated Sunday and Bike .
a long table In the halt
Song service each Sunday evens I have sung each year after all are so proud pf the new they The Rotary Club will hold a fish }
placed most
ing, the congregation Is Invited to the Thanksgiving dinner Is cleared church. I wish I might drop in to have of the products which fry ori Dec. 7 In the Woman's Club.

.A-'V 7e3tt3'FIRST ? elect. its favorite hymns to sing. away and dishes dune. Whoopee!, play the piano as I used to and of the helped foremost In making In Florida the one The proceeds of the dinner will go FL'OWF.RS

Y f rom Special music will be furnished by There 13 something final about have a talk with everyone. Daisy The activities statef in thla southeast to pay for a new automatic oil w' ,

the Youth Choir. having done the dishes. You know I la going to send the; some more ect Included the collection proj furnace for the club house. The FOR ALL OCCASIONS

BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton The Story Hour for Children is. then you can plan for Christmasn holly She said .the berries were I printing the names of of products the- furnace I la to be Installed im A

conducted every Wednesday afternoon i the without still at her last leU"" Uoar
right manner green
products
BOB GRAY Pastor and
at 3:15: bjr Mrs. J. R. Wain- disturbed for old Florida and Hill I labeling them, read- t
by plans belng\ Clay seemso
\ Ing at several I
levels
Bible School 10,.A.M.: Don Hill, Supt. wright for all children between. the big dinner. Well, the turkey far away, but I have become' the study to of gather Information Inord..1' BOASTIlnlhllnK ()

B. T. U. 6:30 P.M. Otto Hicks, Sr., Director ages of 6 and 12. maps
< elf| nice and brown. I stuffed it quite at home out here and enjoymy to locate the arena where I Icel.taln _
on Wednesday as imual. I made home, the snow and all the product are. found, and
"Join the Crowds Coming to Our Services"I1JJ Church of Christ two pumpkin and one mince pie.I pleasant things of winter In the reports on the uses of the dlf I Florida I Is, Our IloaxtVlillo DISH GARDENS

- -- 1\ -,' Comer 10th and McMahon fixed the cranberries and the I west land. ferent products. This. unit was \ Starving Buzzard From POTTERY

cold juice to serve for the first Time to make the fruit cake.I the outgrowth of the study of' Coast to Count.FKKK .
Bible School 10 A. M.
Preaching- A M. and 7:30: course. I sang as I worked. I gave I plan to do that next week. I Florida teacher history and the pupils and 'I : 1 Prompt Removal of dead POTTED PLANTS
are to be
the dining room a good going have a package ol mixed fruit congratulated on .
('lit II. horses
P.M. ,
I Mules and .
their comprehensive; ) HogsPhone FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE ''t
a over before started. I the and understanding
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study put am going,to go by the recipeon of the ; I "
area studied. FLORIDA
each leaf In the table and covered It the package. I shall sing 1 KKNDKKEIlgSTARKK ,
7:30
Wednesday : P. M. merry Miss
/ Everyone welcome. with a lace cloth. I put a bowl of Christmas, the Merry time of f Swnnhom and a group of, 132 or Nona 8t Starke
pupils I ,
fruit In the center. Ah, life la Christmas. I have the spirit In are planning a hip to collect -I OAINKSVILLK) 3330, Collect

godd. But I was so tired by even- my' heart, the Christmas Spirit specimens for their aquarium.
Church of God8th The peventh and 1 eighth T,.
t Ing I all but gradeare .
Even
wept. though no small children ,
are also .. ,
crowing
enthusiastic
"
: & St. Clair Sta. Our company from Codrldge with me now, I shall get a big the aquarium and are planning over to .
Sunday School 10 a.m. came and we had !' visit.I I I Christmas tree and
1 1"w a pleasant say prayer set up one In their homeroom
Sunday Morning Wofahlp 11 a.m It snowed hard early in the day,lot I thanks for the birthday of our We are sorry to !lose Whit children The Missionari/'Mlhded) 'Church

e Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p tn.1 but 'about noon cleared up and I}f Saviour Jesus Born less than who have moved to Augusta,
Y. P. E. Service 7:30
Tuesday : p.m was very pleasant Monday afternoon -j 2,000 years ago.j Georgia In plain Kngllsh!: the

Prayer Meeting Thursday :7:30 p.m the doctor In town called !j I Soon bo time for Don and Jr. 'Wlnts have went." LONG BRIDGE

Presbyterian Church and told us ai\ old lady at the I j I to come. home. I still have plentyof Our custodian, Mr. Bedonbaugh

edge of town was very low and turkey and dressing for sup has moved In a house near the

Sunday School at 0:43.Frlendxhlp : expected to pass away In the I per. I do not have to cook a lot: school. We are glad to have him SERVICES.; ; EVERY; SUNDAY _

Class 10. a nrv night. He also said that at 11 We men are fond of cold turkey. and his wife for our school( neigh 11:00: A. M.Sunday

11 a.m. Morning service con- o'clock the electricity would be Let ui all make'merry and bors.Our

ducted by Rev. L. A. Shepherd. turned off for repair of a station ready for Christmas.I get school had fifteen visitors "The, Changeless Christ for a Changing World"

Youth Fellowship Sunday. evening connection somewhere. That !If from College of Education, Unl
will
,.. at 7 p,m. she did die we would have to be thinking of you all. versify! of Florida, last Monday. 7:30 I", M. Sunday
God bless
everyone. All of
take care of her by kerosene these student-teachers were
St. Edward's CatholicRev. lights In the oldfashloned manner.I Love, Lura. thoughtful and efficient In their "Wliere Is Christ?"

called Don at the store, then observation of our school program 7:30: 1'. M. Monday
Richard Lyons, pastor. and we hope
they and other
went about getting the lamp filled group
Sunday Mass at 9:13: : a. m. will feel 1 free to visit our school at "Heirs Of
and cleaned up nice. Got out LONG BRANCHBy'Mrs. Salvation"The
Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. several candles any time they care to do no, They
--the large kind,
Confessions Saturday 7:30 to especially commented
:
on
the
and had them handy. We went to J. L. Strickland I
8:30: PM.Children's. bed about 9:30:: and we were both I II I, friendly manners of attitude our and the good Church Where Every: Child of God Is At Home
Catechism Classes, student body. Before -
Wednesday, 4OO: P.M.PENTECOSTAL sleeping, when the telephone rangat Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Hlckey' leaving one!! of the girls remarked -

1030.: Sure enough the dear pent Thanksgiving with Mother "This Is the kind of school

HOIJNE.S3 old lady had panned away. We and Dad Strickland Terrell Is entering In which I have always wantedto ------ ---- -- --- -- --
-- ---
CHURCH hastened out to get her, and were the Navy again In a few teach." They were greatly Interested --- -

Sunday School 10 a.m. back by a few minutes to eleven. days. He was In the Navy four In the school-community;

Morning Service 11 a.m. I lighted the kerosene lamp and years In World War II,, relationships and were surprise!

Evening Service 7:30: p.m. sure enough, after the clock Jack Wilkinson and Jimmie; at the degree to which the P. T A I PICTURES.

Prayer Meetings Wednesday struck eleven&!' the lights went has contributed to the comfort ot :
spent a pleasant afternoon J.1
I Full. CASH PRICE night 7:43: p.m. Saturday night out. However, Donhas many L. Strickland Sunday. with the. children and the success of .

7:43: pjn. times worked at the homes under Although the school: program.
.
Jack la one of the "That's Our
closest
1 1 -H. Gorslra, PastoBEl'LAH t such conditions a long time ago, neighbors There were sixty-nine of our Business"CHRISTMAS
we seldom see him but enjoy pupils. In a religious service
so to me it was aii adventure and Sun-
CHURCH talking to him Jimmy Is attend _

2450FREE C'EIETRVRKISK: altogether new I ing college In Gainesville, was on i r"

There will be a cemetary work Digger and I have been havinga his way to the bus line, they came day.PINE

Ing at Beulah Church on Saturday, vacation from cooking. I madethree by here on their way. I I SPECIAL !

EASYSPRAYER Dec. 1. All Interested' persons are lovely aprons for Christmas When we started Junior TrainIng -: LEVEL

TERMS ARRANGED urged to come early and bring presents. I tried out the Christmas Vnlon: Sunday evening our' fly Mr. II. M. McRa 8 X 10 Portraits /
tree
lights. Have $2.95WE
two seta of
tools and lunch for an all-day get- lights failed to burn, we had to go I -
together to put the cemetery Into bubble lights and a small stringI back to our old kerosene lamplIand
,., M.lh-fr.. i"9. P.lnlin Intend to hang In the window,,
Many o+b., U<.. good condition. but I cannot get them to work. even !If one wan an Alladlnlamp Rev. W. E. Hall filled his rfg
It wa very dim light We ular appointment at Pine Level
PLUS F I Sickly Men Women I will try again. Want to get up were just about learn
I to what I II Baptist Church Sunday morning MAKE
Okperebl.l.ga N.....-N.Mutt the decorations the first of Decem COPIES
means to let your light shine and with 164 In Sunday school.
Jwif Thr.... dhow. Away And Children! ber, and get the cards
Christmas
feel the need of a light shining The Young People and others. of FRAMES...
on the I have them all"ad
way. Pins Level
when the current wa turned church attended the
Do feel bad weak, sickly on
so
you dressed and Theri
part stamped. again and we had light. Well Youth Stat. Fellowship at Berea SEE US FIRST .
and down hardly
can stay
run you .
get my packages In the mall that
have Baptist Church In Jacksonville
learned
we to
I I t on your feet? Do and restless miserable nights the have to go a distance. I do love I electric light appreciate our Friday night. THE REST FOR LESS ..
I leave you mean Christmas.. We were glad to have Doyle
next morning? Do you force yourself Richard Lang mule died Saturday Conner TILE "MODERN WAY
Hints I of Gainesville with as at
Helpful : have painted
Write To-Day! to eat, then feel rnlserablafterwards night, now the boy can not Church
Sunday. Also Mrs.
rI some small gourds red, blue and haul little loads for the Doris
INNER- neighbor
-
? If so give
;\t'\Ii: COUPONACME I'I I TONE a chance to ielp you. Children yellow. Want to put some pine and I am sure the boy will miss Ol, Yeagler and son, of of Palatka.
Sunday guest Mr. and Mrs.
red ribbon with them and makean CHRIS
1 VACUUM STORES also fall prey to rundown con- ornament for the house. PutIt Kate Robert Myrick were Mr*. H. L J. NEWBERN STUDIO
) ditlon and become anemic, they The work on our new road 1 Is, Hayes and children of Gainesville
beside the Add
door. large
lose Interest In school work and a progressing nicely, we understand and Mrs. J. W. RtcRue and cons.t "The Roving
I 408,, W. Forsyth St.- Jacksonville Fla. jI I II don't eat or play like well children can of evaporated milk to. the hard surface will soon be put t I I Mr. and Mr. H. M. McRae spent Photographers"Formerly
of butter and of
pound a pinch
I demonstration of your fully should. You owe it to them to try on, then we will have more wreck: Sunday night with Mr. and Mr. With Hoover Bros.
home
I would like a free salt. Blend well. Makes about two
I INNER-TONE with Its blood build and more stock killed on the roads Eldon Sapp and enjoyed the hog
I guaranteed Brand New G.; E. Cleaned at. $21.50. at no | ing iron, vital vitamins and pounds of butter. I have done that killing there Monday.Mr. LOCATED NEXT TO POST OFFICE STARKE

I obligation to me. t' Nature's own herbs. INNER- with oleo too and makes a good CIIL'RCII: OF JESUS: 1I1tIST I and Mrs. Robert Starling PHONE 103
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I BRADFORD COUNTY TELKGRAPH.: 8TABKE FLORIDA FlUO.\\:'. Mnt.Mt..
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I No Rest For The Weary FarmerSeveral I I 1.1t East.Name II... In which Assasniyl v' d. H. p'aintVff'V'A! ,, .. ,- "

and N..I | ,
I Dear Mr. Santa Claus I Certificate No. T. Tear of Iiauance chang_ B"i ,i ,
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I May 39, 194* Ida and I
fu.
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i ing aroma of boiling syrup but linncrlptlnn. of Prnpflrtjr. 8 ?H Ft fin. of Ih. "?. '
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months of snowbound :.T-y-.y: : "rr4 .", ,i it's a different story now. and one of loOt 6 A Lot fl I Ex. 8. 8 Ft. of RIocK or bf't.i. ,Lon ,I.,I n
B. and Land W. of lame to Streetof : tCI
cember '< .
Little Jerome Kelley of Brooker I will save you some coffee and weather may give Northern farmers I has to know just where and when N. J. Jones Addition to Town offltarke. tlona of, 111,1 vaifi' t,;; ..., ., Ih,
a big piece .f cake for I know you I In Section 28, Township 0 taken ,. ," ''I'hl
that this delightful ai ,
time to to find process :
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heard somebody say one a good excuse to knock off and go South flange SI Eaut.Nam ? t,
and cold when This t '
will be hungry 'Q"ne.
very notice
bird catches the worm. on.Conditiona Sb
the early take klnda during the going In which Assessed: Henry each ,
houne things easy wr'% t..r'b. I
heat you get to my the Manassa.Certificate. .
That gave Jerome an Idea no among syrup- Weeks.in t th.
right down and dictated the Thank you. Santa for all the winter, but a Florida farmer has makers here are about the same May 29. 194 No. .. Tear of Issuance 1' Elra"" : ;'

following: letter to Santa Claus (fond thing' you have brought me no such handy alibi. If he's a aa they are in Western Florida Description of Property: T.ota I.' 1S51.Dated this -*i. do; ,t II

-the first of the current Reason: In the pant, and tell Mrs. Santa mind to, he can go on working where It is reported that It takes of 1'ln'k 14, of. LIvlnitBton-Truby &. (OFFICIU. SEAL
Section A
Co' Sun-division 28. Township
1
Brooker. Fla.J. hello for me. from sun to sun almost 313 days cut Clerk nr r'...
four people two days to top S South, Hang S3 Blast. By Myrtle T D. .Il
1 Nov. 27 1951 My playmate William Harrell out of the year (time out for 52 and pile up an acre of sugar cane. Name In which Assessed: Carrie n.;.,

J. Claim has been good and wants a gun Sundays, of course). L4 that thr Turner. 1111fTI.1
Dear Santa : That means on e acres
one"lIo Certificate :No. 13. Tear of Issuance T()
. I am a little boy 5 yean old and too to please bring him we Take right now for Instance > you can expect 24 man-dags of May 29, 1148. L" Cie5it C..I II APIt I!,
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I have been a very good boy.- can play together. you might think there'd be a little labor for this operation. At 93 per Description of Property. Lot S and Phyllis.I..rld..IIymall.I. C....":.. .UI. ,
R I ft. of Lot 8, nf Illock 35. of
Plaint1
j honest I have. You can aak my Thanks again Santa and I breathing spell around a Bradford day (the present going wage for LIvlna-xton-Truhy A C". Sub-Dlvl- hlyman Jr.. n"'n4an,': .'

Mommle and see but then aba aays love you. County farm-but such Is certainly / farm labor), this amounts to $120.A Blon.ire82't East 38, Township t fHouth, N...... T. Appe. .. ('is.

; you know all things, ao I guess --Jerome Kelley I not the case. Most of our sons week of work Is needed to Nome In which Assessed. : lola To: Cl511i'. ItVnl,," J,

; you know already. of the soil are busier than the __ make juice from three acres of Little.Certificate. Id.nt I.: S..I1YIII", \'i'tr l:1:

I cant ask for much because And now that Jerome has broken proverbial bee In a tar bucket > .1. cane Into finished syrup.man" No. 15. Tear of I suanre suit You for are Aflnulm.t her.ly hnllfl'd

'the Ice tho Telegraph will be glad gathering and selling pecans ; has be the formerly May 29, 1948. Lot I of .lIaln.t you In h.. b,
you have to see all the good boys I to running press Description of Propertyt Ih. ..h.,.
to' receive letters from other little and making $ Block 12 of Llvlnirston-Truby & Court and ".u., "
and girls, so will you please bringme grinding sugar cane turned by a patient endlessly Section 28 qulr d to serve a .n y,,

a gun and holster a harp and friends throughout Bradford Coun- syrup killing hogs and stuffinglaIlsage circling mule-but in this modern Township CO'B. Sul.-Dlvl..lon.t South Ra/iir 22 East.Name ., ..wer or .Ip."III" ropy to ih.t

some clothes. My little deter, ty and forward them on to Santa getting land In shapefor age sometimes turned by circlingauto lit which Assessed: J. W.Rnlilnson. T.nn Fvan.the: Plaintiff-and : AStor:;

Bottle Sue, wants a doll and clothes. Claw I spring planting and nursing i; or truck: Three men are need- All of said. property'bein. In the onvilie 101 l.aw. 1'"hll': :01".1'"'' Rllfld I I) F.,

those strawberry plant alongduring ed to keep the fire going under the City!\ nf Starke and County of Bradford I 151 In the, FI..rl"I'lprk ".,"lid tu.
f :
of Florida.Unless th"
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mate
the critical growing per. __ ____.,/1 kettle, or evaporator. This Is a such certificate, or certificates I on "I' h.'nr.. the. Ulh CI.'

I 200 To Attend Methodist Meet HereThe I lod. -,-. : total of 23 more man-days total- Ins to law shall the be property redeemed described accord In I .mb.r.tlon. of USI Hul.1: nthrrwi CnmMalnt.day lb.

If you don't believe they're busy Ing $140. such certificate, or certificate taken a* confessed by ,L.

just strike up a conversationwith Then comes another minimum of will be sold to the hlchesthldder This notice shall, K.

Gainesville District Con Church In Bombay and later all a one of them. Frank Norman $40 for firewood, and the grower the First at Monday the court In the house!Month on of once weeks each In the week HraafuVj J ron p!

ference of the Methodist Church District Superintendent In the for instance built himself a nice j will already have spent $60 tor January 19H2. which |la the Tth day graph. 1'isa

will be held In the First Methodist Bombay Conference until he volun. new furnace 14*- Jut summer, but fertilizer cultivation etc. This of fluted January thla 19fl3 20th day of November. lisi1"1 this'' !0lh day ot II,

Church of Starke Wednesday teered for military service. In hasn't even had a chance yet to gives the average producer of 11(11( (OFFICIAL SF: U.) A ,

Dec. 5 and Thursday Dec. 6, it was 1940 Dr. Matthews was united In try It out on syrup he's been ao three acres a total cost of $460. (OFFICIAL Clerk fC1I.A of f.> Circuit A. .T. Court Thomas.of By ;Myrtle Clerk T. Beaver of the VX'

announced this week by the Rev. marriage to Miss Eunice Jones the busy keeping his berry plants "dug This high cost' of production has Bradford County, Florida liilSOTteF.'J'oapps1 1

Thomas O. Mitchell pastor of the daughter of the well-known missionary out" of the soil after those beatln'- discouraged many grower and a 11/23 4t 1244OTICK __

local Methodist Church.Approximately author and lecturer. Dr. down rains we've had lately. sugar cane acreage has dwindled \ '1'0 APPEAR t. Circuit f"art. "'''*'",*

200 minister. and E. Stanley Jones. Dr. Matthews But Frank expects to get __ from year to year. In Circuit 11 four Chancery.Alba .' Bradford. Cou.
laymen from the 89 Methodist has made an extensive study of around to grinding cane and making I Bradford farmers got an early C. Yandow }Plaintiff V.. Albert tiff v... Dorothy 1\llah"h\ !, '

Churches In the Gainesville Districtare the conditions existing In India syrup before very much longer start pn hog kflllng and sausage F. Tandow Defendant.Case No. 8787 Nolle Defendant T, Appear. Ca.. '

expected to attend! the twodayconfer.nce. and will be heard' with a great now. making this fall because of the unusually Notice To Appear.To To: Durothv KlInahcMh,

The Gainesville\ District deal of Interest by all. Special Incidentally, It looks like mightyslim early arrival of Cool weath. : Albert I". Yandow whose. rest whose residence and aildrtt. .
dence .Is: *1 Mornlncslde. Drive, Eastllrlstol ; Irving Avenue Tlrooklyn Mi
extends from Lawtey south music will be furnished by the pickings for cane juice lovers er. The first cold snap arrived on Cmtn. Yon are hereby' IntlfW
and November notified that a suit fnr Divorce h.. ,
to Wlldwood and Inverness local Methodist choir. this fall. Due to the unusually cold --- 8 when the mercury You are hereby has been filed you In the lwagainst
ult for Divorce ahoy
from Flagler Beach on the EastCoast Speakers to be heard Thursday weather last winter most grow RKV.: .11H STRICKLAND of 'lay Hill typical of hundreds. of hard dropped to the near freezing mark. against you In the above named. Court and cause, and you
to Cedar Key on the West Fender- lost their seed cane and 'the With this early start on butch Court and cause and you are required quired to serve a copy nf y..wer ."
morning Include Dr. E. J. ers from hU. farm or plnndlnv,
of In
working farmer In thin hog an' hominy section, pauses to serve a copy your the ion
ering farmers will
most
Coaat Methodist acreage In the county la. about the have fin 'answer or pleadIng en the complaint the Plaintiffs Attorn.?. T
grass, pastor of the First chore to enjoy a refreshing drink of water from bill ancient bricklineal ished Starke
will at 2:30: slimmest record. So serious Is this annual chore and will on the Plaintiffs Attorneys.Kvan Tdindrum Florida .
The Conference open Church of Tampa who Is the Secretary on well. -Staff photo by "'. II. Kcris.to have a smokehouse full 0? meat : T. Evans, and Neal F>. Evans, the original' In the, attire.
Wednesday with Rev. R. E. the situation that some folks may Jr. 103 Law Exchange Biilldlno;, Clerk of the circuit Poiiri
p.m. of Gainesville Superintendent of the Conference Board of even be forced to eat store-bought before the Christmas holidays roll ,Jacksonville Florida and file the before the Slth day of r*..
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Rutland Evangelism. Bishop Roy H. Short around. original In the office of the Clerk lUll: otherwise the nlln.t
of the Gainesville District syrup on their pancakes and hot make their own syrup because Time was when the cane-juice of the Circuit Court on or before the RAid Complaint will be tahffensed .

The Missionary Institute resident bishop of the Jacksonville biscuits this winter and that's a of the .scarcity and high price of and sklmmln's lover could drive a Yes fall Is a busy' time for 24th day of December, tilKl otherwise by you.
presiding. of the Methodist Church the .allegations of said. ('..m. This notice' shall b, \i'
will be held Wednesday even-, Area sad state of affairs, Indeed. wood and the similar scarcity and couple of miles on almost any road Bradford County farmers. So Is plaint will be taken as confessed. byyou once each week for four cnn
R. B. Ridley will preach at the close of the session and catch' the mouth-water- spring, summer and winter! weeks In the Bradford Cougraph. .,
Ing at 7:3: with Rev. Thursday at 12 o'clock noon. Lots of farmers have quit trying high price of labor. soon ," .. : This' notice shall t<8 published onesotch .

of Crescent city. presiding. Speak. will be week for fan. consecutive. Dated this 'Oth day of So'
will be Dr. I Many of the delegates weeks In the Bradford County Tele 1951
service Town
era for this entertained overnight In the homesof other crops usually have equipment I fjurwy TownshIp) e Month of St.irke Section IS, frrnph.Duled. (OFFICIAL SCAT. A S T
of the Knn.e JJ Bust.
pastor Clerk of the cirtoltBy
Branscomb of Nov..mh..r.US ,
John Church of Orlando the Methodist people of Starke. needed, for preparing land plantIng I Name In which ,Assessed: Bill Car.Certificate I this 20th day Myrtle T. Beaver D nntrI

I First Methodist The ladles of the local church will and cultivating tung trees. I Keystone Election December 4 antaa. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. .T. Thomas, / I:
and Dr James K Matthews and I No. 3. Year of laauance Clerk I of the Circuit Court
meal Wednesday The cash outlay for planting
the evening
to India and aSlluclatt nerve May 29, 1S4. By Myrtle T. Beaver Denuty Clerk.
missionary of Missions and the noon meal Thursday In producing tung .Is comparatively I>e.crlptlon of Properly. ('on,. at ll/S 4t 12/14 w. C.T.U
: secretary of the Board th8' Method I'ecreallolhall... low but trees do not begin bearIng Three vacancies on the Town who has tendered her resignation. N. tojf.W'4 of SKK of NE'4: and
Church Extension of the run 175 ft. for Pt nf Hegthence NOTICE TO APPFMHIn
and the Mr. Mitchell states 'that all of until three or four years of age. Council will be filled when re.Aillo to be elected will be a suc- HunY'. 60 Ft S. 10S ft., K. 641 rt.. N. Circuit Court. Bradford Coast?. WHILE TilE Gl tNT TH

Methodist Church.Dr. the Conference will The crop requires fertilization ident of Keystone Heights go to cessor to D. O. Stewart town IOS Pt I. I't. Of ""*.. >118"' Florida In Chancery.Ra TilE CIIL'IUII. !SLEEPS,
In India as the sessions of Funk. Plaintiff, vs C. Franklin
served Sturke In 8..110" 2* *
Matthew and cultivation but the In their annual city election clerk for the past 14 years, who Township S ;
English-speaking be open to the general.public. periodically polls South flange 23 Ku..t. Funk. Defendant Case No. 8790 LILLIPUTIANS! OF THE LI

: pastor of an moat of the hand labor la In harvesting Tuesday Dec. 4. Is resigning because of 111 health. Name In which Assessed: O. IT Notice('To. Franklin Appear.Tot .Funk whose residence TRAFFIC AUK DOING T

As the harvest I.l In the Candidates for the three council Candidates for this $50: per month Little.t'ertifleato. Is: 87 East Washington !Street BEST TO RENDER:' IT I

\ Tung May Prove southward as the Galncivllln area fall however this work does not seats are: William Lee. H. L. Morgan post are Eddie Bleha and C. H. May 30. No.194*.4. Year. of lnimance llnveretown, Maryland TENT AND DOING \ PK

," Dr. Lagasae said. Interfere with other crop work In C, L. Slpe F. E. Stitchberry Haberstroh. Description; of Property. f.:. ITS Ft. [ suit Tou for are Divorce hereby has ndtlfled been' that filed a GOOD JOB l.V MANY ARE

Good Side Crop, Florida has 35,000 acres of tung, North Florida. and Dewey Willis. Retiring from No one qualified for the post of of of N NRH.. 106' Ft.of 1110.of R4 Stark' of NWy In, of 8RI4 najalnst vou In the above .named (NATIONAL >'OH'
: Hortlon
,.. ,requlr-
' which will produce a crop of As oil U the council will be Al Watson and Frank Scott. III, Township 6 South Kane.* 23.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAkj Court. and eat and you: are '
: Dr. Lagasse Says tung needed In paints mayor. now filled by Bd to serve a copy of your answer

,\ l .OOO ton of nuts. valued at $1- and for many other Industrialuses I Kyle McMurtry, whose terms are E. L. Fraher is a candidate for ,-. .-. .A.AA..A..A.- SASAA L A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A iiiii,

-4 Many North Florida farmers who 750.000: : thin year but more acre and the U. S. Is producingonly out and who did not seek reelection

have suitable sites. and soils for age could be planted profitably In a small percentage of Its and Mrs. Camille Stewart city tax collector. .

., find plantings of the state Dr. Lagasse said. Many need (most' of the oil have been \
trees may
tung
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addition to farmers have small surplus acre- Imported from China), the demand' Rotarians '
this crop a profitable Keystone I
according ages that can be used he pointed for the crop Is expected to continue Keystone Outgrows s
their farming programs .
:7 to Dr. Felix S. LagaHse, U. S. out. good. To Give Fish Fry Switchboard AndP.

Department of Agriculture horticulturist 'Information on the suitabilityof The tung nut crushing plant at At Woman's ClubThe "

In charge of the tung land for tung may be obtained Brooker will begin operations for O. Facilities C .

, investigations laboratory In Guinea- from county agents or from the the current season early In De Rotary Club of Keystone >
\ Additional evidence of the rapid
-, vllle. tung laboratory In Gainesville. cember. Heights Is sponsoring a fish fry at growth of Keystone Heights came I V e..o .

"i 'Tung may be grown a. tar Farmers who are producing the Woman's Club there on Fri .
to light this week with the neccescity .
.' Lake City Man day Dec. 7. beginning 6 p.m.
switch
" I of larger
Installing a "
Tickets are priced at :SOc and $1 \ "

-- I Bids For Congress with proceeds to go for purchase board at the Keystone telephone .

'j ;ffi i.. 1it{ p )..$ ': r "UfIiillt ))*' : I From New DistrictAlton of Club, an building.oil burner for the Woman's new exchange boxes and at the the addition Keystone of post 100 .


! _' ",\ :: i._. _. Witt, Lake City aviation Since' the Woman's Club Is used office. new phone services The 1
Eighty-one
''Y FOR nENT-I..t. mnd..1 lIoi.Trailer. .. FOR RENT-Rnomy apartment one and airport operator announced for various purposes by different dur- .
,\ F..lly equipped. Incl....- iir two bfdrmiinH, newly .ilttcorated.Mr last week his candidacy for Con- groups; and organizations, this Is were connected In Keystone
r'. H. 4U.I: N. Walnut the bringing the '
} Inlf sac, rImcIricIt3r water sn'lr l.untf ing past year
considered a community project.
o"ly.flO Nt lip greiis from the new Eighth Dis
iio r.frhr.r.r. ( .uph.' total to around 200 services han
. oar week. 1.on 1'"lm TriI.'r Frank Walrath Jr.. chairman of
Farmer's. lIIark..t.I I.OHT-.adl. hrown blllfolil Friday trict.Mr. dled through that exchange.
t Vuut ppoelte Itpj p .... Kinder. notify III r... Roark Witt Is a life long residentof the Rotary' Clubs Community
I at Florida, Theatre after I p n.. or Columbia County and has beenconnected Service Committee Is heading up With the Installation of the new
j FUlt 8AI.M('ypr..... lawn ilmlra U "1".1. his C'... Itewiird Mrs. It. It
and |9.CO. MIchigan n""",,. Rt.i V. Dyat I '. n... I 55. Hamilton, Up" with the school systemIn arrangements for the event. switchboard was necessary to

DO). HP Columbia Taylor and Dade Friends from Starke and other revamp the entire system there Telegr'aplfor
FOR 8\f.F: hy own..r-4-rnol11 house
FOR RENT-To couple nr twit 1 ladle with t acre 'land. U.isno Located counties as teacher, principal and surrounding towns are cordially and every phone number In Key.
*;, large nicely furnished bedroom .- ton arrmled. nmd. h..1 w."") Joe's athletic coach. invited stone was changed effective at
: conveniently located.. In* drill ,,",.1 rullrou.l. Herbert Harris. ,
quire at Koch' liruir Hlor Itp ii.,. ....1.\ Htark.. 4tl 13/21 i He joined the Navy in World At their noon luncheon today noon Wednesday. A new directory

War II and remained In that branch (Friday) Keystone Heights Rotarians for the community has been Issued
TRAnS TOUR OLD STOVE IN a* RADIOS REPAIRED of the service until Dec. 19 the Southern Bell
down payment:. on a new one. We 1945. will hear Henry Wolfs, an by Telephone Co.

wilt Sleds make las Co.you a liberal allowance I toWKD1 nea*.Alt>atile Mahea rhMrare- All_ :1..1..1.*Eurat.... He then worked briefly for theVel..ranll oil company executive of Jacksonville Tou are hereby notified that a

C'" '''. C'. HIIKPIIRIUI Administration and went steak on the need of blood Cult for divorce has been

I >INO AND BIRTHDAY CAKES' Ton W. <'all Mt. Ht.rk Ph.SEVEIX.L 1.\11 Into the aviation business whenhe donations for plasma going' to U. filed ao-nlnst you In the above named

1 -S3 up. Order Phone taken III-J.at Ushmer'soirt tf : l'IIF.O OAS' RANOEH: fo opened Witt Airport at Lake S. soldiers In Korea. Guests. of Court to and serve cause a copy and of you your are an-required -

\ Shopp ....I... Rensunubly. priced * (la. Ci>. It. on the Plaintiff Attorney. Evan
SfNOER 8EWINO Machine ,Company grew to five airports located at several wounded veterans who owe T. Evans end Neal n Evans. Jr.,
Lake City, FI... Phon MO. ATTRACTIVE newly don over furnished Lake City. Jasper Tallahassee and 10* t.aw F.chn5'. BuildingJack.
t machine In1 tip their lives to blood plasma.
will rpalr your for (ImdvApartments
apartment rent sonville, Florida, and file the origin
> top condition. reasonable. We. I.., Clark Xtr.et. |50per Cross City and hla flight training A group of Keystone Rotarians! al In the office, of th* Clerk of the
use only aenuln* Slnarer parts.Or month. A J. Thomas. Jr.. school Circuit Court
and grew to be one of th.nallon' on or before the loth
service car*will pick up SMfl. 4'.. t0l4lrtnnflI.St4 attended the meeting of the Green day of December lUll: otherwise
rietlrerv. service upon request.JJw largest privately owned
lbs allegation
of laid
: IIin..... machine are. available KRASEUH Finest schools.Mr. Cove Springs Rotary Club Monday;: will he taken a. cnnfemieil Complaint by von
on rassonable term typewriter eraser ever nmtl.. Re.loud This notice shall published Christm
In 15 seconds with\ PyhratnsaRefill. /. Witt attended high school'at night at which time the guest once .a..h week for four oe eOnuerltlvevs.

yyywyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyI .. Bradford Only A0i>.County tliinrRntecd., T..I.gniiph'nT.tItlJ "Forever" Fort White and graduated from speaker was Senator Spensard L. .;k. 'In the Bradford County Tele.

MATTRESSESOF I tt : the University of Florida In 1938 Holland. Those attending this .reph."d this 3rd day of November,

ALL KINDS with a BAli degree. He took his meeting were Frank Walrath Jr., U;'.
: ) ""::1.1'-Man' and woman (OFFICIAL !SEAM' A. J.
Thomas
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K E NOV AT ED for maintenance' work. N.wKln..I..y graduate work at the University of Mr. and Mrs.. Don Pangborn. Ed A* Clerk of aald. Court.

IVnch. tfSERVET. Miami.He Wiggins and Miss, Ann Wiggins By .Uyrtl.'T. Dearer, Deputy Clerk

CMS REFHrHKIIATORFor Is a member of Bethlehem S. E. McKay and Mel Sargent. Jl/9 4t 11/30

HHle. I ft RVHIIV a TnraalnSee : Lutheran Church past master of I' 'NOTICM Tni'ItIr.nITonsiH1
Mrs Crnwson at Talevrnphoffice his Masonic Lodge and .o i ( Probat ,*et. Seo. lid m)
ftaT7 phone 21. a Shriner. I lu TK. tearS. of te r......,. ........
He co-authored a text book Midget Pencil\ Sharpener, Ideal 11..*..'..r4 ( .....I r. Florid*.
FURNITUREReupholstetod .
volt S.\T.N-A: rare oppi, >rtnnlty, to "Source Material' for I I.. .......*.'. \
the Secondary for horn nae. Only $1.83_Brad
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and .. ,,1'. antltiue Mantle Clocks In In re: .tal. of J. H. Redgrave. D..
runnlna order at a bara-aln prlc* School I ford County Telegraph. ceed
Keflnlshed Also mlscellnneou, leniH. from The Eighth District Is comprised To All Creditor1. awl< Pereon' llrr : .:':' ,
stock nt qriUI.KY": A: 1> '"Ic. I '. Clulias .. leatnd. *..I..t
HASTINGS M.\TTUESS CO. Stc II 7 of Hamilton. Suwannee !NOTKK TO APPRIHI ...:., '.,., ": '.
PalAtka Fla.A Madison. Taylor Dixie. Gilchrlst Clrult C'i.urt. nmilfar4 l-.I'.I You_ and each of you are hereby ." ,,1 .
Box Z30 PIXVO FOR \r.H. $10. Applv ('. Florida In I.haneerr.Oeorse notified and require I to present any ..',jo.ol,!" ,&".,,
,Kuhn NIts Owl <'nf' ftl" IJ/14 Levy Aluchua. Union Baker. .. .., .\ -
A A AA AA AAAA AAAAAAAAFOR C Carter. Plaintiff vs. Iva claim and demand whleh you or ". J ,
Bradford and Columbia Counties II. Carter. Defendant either of you may hare atMnut the "
TifF HVDORT-MINDED: Brld. FOR f.F.-ln acre, not fenced R. Case. No. 7TNerlce estate of J H. nedRrave, deceaned,
-too ":u.rav..d.d.lln... Inrltatlons \ room house, deep well\ and elertrlctlv Guy Andrews end Lex Green T. %......r. I' lute of ald (County to th. Counlr .
on fine raic-content paper W ,\. Tyler. Rt I. Ho* 59.140.rke. have both announced themselves as ToIva: II. (farter whose residence Ju4*, of Bradford County Florida.
.."I.. 119$. Urad ford CounlyT.I".raph. itp UV7 !.: Unknown. at his office In the court hoime of
candidates for the .
tf new Congressional You are hereby notified that a aid' County at Surke, Florldn. ,
\V.\ST"ll"-lII..n..r f..i uld post. D. R. (Billy) Matthews cult fnr Divorce ha. been filed within client' calendar month from

8ERVKL HAS priced REFrtrrjERATORSRecularly at SUt! 85. I'rlc-.- eat'Starke.1.1 i'.h..I Collm'tlna. turn;I I and u'"* ..Htni..lIIn.,'' .*.In- of the> University of Florida Court against and you ca,,In.. the.ml above you are named re.qulred. -,. th this* time notice of the Rach flrnt claim publication or demand of The Year 'Round GiftS

.d t... sll at SITS. 95. You ea'th..p perlenc net, ossnry Applv In prt"- Is
Hi ft\ expected to announce at a later to serve a copy of your an- hall he In wrltlnaand shall slate .
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this one son at 81'V Forsyth $1 Jinksonvllle. date ewe, or pleading's. \ to the "complainton 'I the pluc af residence' and pout
furnished Fin Itc the Plaintiff Attorney: Zaeh H office' address or the claimant and
FOR RENTbedroom .. toulas. MIS Lynch Building, Jack.onviiie. halt, be sworn to hy the claimant.aarent *
hn.... In KlnsIey Lake VIII"" WORKNTKI> bv colored woman
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Florida and lie the
orlln.I : or attorney, and
Modernlr furnished. |KO .month. Kxc*'".nl coi>k: and .ennrul hnsrwork. Elks To Observe In the office of the Clerk of the claim or demand not filed any: urh
Key at Mr R L. Smith's. Writ Julia Ma Lowe. (leu.., Del Circuit Court on or before the Idih be void eo hall

n J. Johns. Mich, 1460 Rlvona.2"K."oH..hnr. I' "" Stark. lip Memorial DayThe day of Uwember 116 ; otherwlee Carolyn It. n "...a"..
the allegation of said Complaintwill A. administratrix of the Ratal nf only
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FOFl b. taken a. ebnfeseed by J. fl.
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Elks lodge will observe notice shall be '
between Orahsm. and ..ble at one. Apply any published Fiat publication November tth .
once each week '
for four
Pastur. Owner may aaln, pussession morning El Rancho Votvl. Ito Memorial Day on Sunday Dec. 2. week In the Bradford consecutive. 1531. .
Musty Tele.araph.
bv Identlfylna) and paylnarcost lt/ 4t liIcIOTICPI .
The program will begin at 3 In _
of ad. C 8. Kelly, Or.h,"". FOR SAI.K:-Five room hnll"". lot p.m.
the .ru Ftc, It" lt'1 loS X oSH. Reasonable terms can Elks home on Temple Ave. IHalOFFICIAL FOR. $ .
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b* arranired. J. It .rk... Hampton Rev L. D Halnes, pastor of the ; PKAL: 'JUltJoPY' .
FOR RENT: ,4-room ....tla"". furn !tp 11/7 ( ) .A.I.: Thomas, NOTICK !" OIVEV: ,, '. ',
ished. In..ln..t. Kinesis ('oort.Kln..I. First Baptist Church. will be guest Clerk of the circuit Court. That C A, Futch and J. :M SI.. -, .
.,. I..k.. Rt. I, llox 454 lip FOR HALE-Six AKC rentsteredCocker speaker on this occasion. By Myrtle T. Davr Deputy. Clerk trunk the holder of the following .. ,
punplest X mule. S fmate 11/1 4t I11S0IOTU' City of Htark tax certificate have 2.75.
"OH HAI.K-New un Irt mm Projector Blondea. Mrs. Ellla Thornt..n. All members of the order as filed .ald certificate for tax
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)% : TO "PI'I\R deed to ... leeued thereon 'I'h.
for IDS. Koch's Drug Store 3tl 11/10 well as the certificate
Itfl public are cordially I. ( ''.." i'.S. Bradfor; Cea.tr, Number and Tear of Ti.suance .
,"ORL'IO.r.. farm 4roomhouso Invited to attend this observance. florid I In (5..eet.I4nion the description of th* prop '
Wheeler McOlad. Plaintiff erty. and the name In which It ,
we.assessed
JOCfT-Tan billfold at l'u. Station Deep rock well .Tnst off '' ..
; ;; John B. McQtade, Defendant are a* follow'
Friday, cnntalnln papers and old'" Ith."dlneRoa.I near >rornsbyplac Adding Machine and Portable
about 118 Finder plea*. mall .. Rt I. Box 80*. H. R. !Martin Co. No un Certificate No. I. Year of Ia.ucare -
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Typrwrlten sold on time.-Bradford Appear.To May t*. If.,
papers'' to, Box 1111. Starke, Fla.I *OT Frnest St. Jai-kfnnvlll. I ,
: jtp John K: M.-ntad. whoa reel. Description of Property fjit S of
Itp Ph. Jax 75350. |1X7 County Telegraph. den. I I. known. Blk 17 K.. K TO ft. of Orl.lnal _

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