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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 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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I ard Asks SRD To Pave Missing I jnk Santa Claus *




[(ween Scout Hole And Road 235 I! Way IOn !: --



I.solutlon passed at Its reg-
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[ '!Ieetlng here Monday, the Bids AdvertisedFor
I. ,{ county Commissioners To Starke

I Road.Depart- ,
I ted th* State
approxImateD Road 229The
1,0, hard surface
of graded road from ., f.
mil" SPECIAL from North Pol"
Bridge eastward to a State Road has '
Department
Hole ,<'
.
(via Rudolph the RedNosedReindeerAt :
|: with State Road S-235. announced that It will receive seal 7id :
.
Uon his. weekly T'''
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highway from Brooker to ed bids from contractors until pr I. _________ ,. .___ d' '- ..-- ,
'/i conference here yesterday, Santa 7
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Road 100.ectiOn 10:30: a.m. on Dec. 21. for the 4&. -_ '. .. 1r ; '
-, Claus\ announced that he had '
.
,
I. was taken In: view hard-surfacing of State Road S-229 .
.
L fact that the State Road In Bradford County from its Junction Itinerary completed and his will pre-ChrinMna arrive In .e '_ \ I

i-tment now has under co,- with State Road 223 north Stark on Friday Dee It. 1 i

Lon a project for hardsurfac- westward to Conner Bridge. \ -. f
about 2:30 P.M. ,
-
IM road leading In a southerly The project provides for the paving lie will be escorted down .,

luon' from Lake'utler In of that part of the "Old Rai- Temple Avenue and Along Call wj % *

t County to the BradfordL ford Road" from Us Junction with .
I Street by representative of the .
line at Scout Hole Bridge. 22B at the Lonzl Norman farm to \ .
cltlo clubs and business men< of
the construction of this the county line. Eventually the be awarded on Friday, Dec 21, erring (noat Woman Club e
e Starke. Santa will lend the The Goose GucwUng contest
!
Qa4 in Union County was for road will be paved eastward on parade, 'which will Include a Sponsored by the (number. of *>t S p.m. In front of the courthoune. Junior Woman's Cnib, BrW .,eOj .. ,

of connecting into Starke. Club Beta Hlgma Phi, GirlSeuut.

,nary purpose number of floats entered bybuHtnnwt clown. December ... f.t''
Commerce, on
JtowM of Lake Butler and On the Union County side the houses and organliationit. Any club or buxloeM wishingto i '". notary American Legion .a 3' 5.

Iker, It was pointed out by the road has already been hardsur- Music will be provided 14 alHo and aU ticket.* received enter a float In the Santa Uima Club! Elk CtuN Ij.4r.. .. ,

that It would be desirable to faced from Conner bridge into Rai- at the C of 'C office during the Claus Parade l. asked to call Fire Department. CocaCola.Big 1
1
by the High( School, Band.
|eta the "missing link" on ford.All The Merchants Division of the following week until Thursday I 190 (Chamber of Commerce' ) a* I Dad Mfg. Co., Farm Home)

rsdford County aide from thee deeds for the necessary Chamber of 'Commerce baA purchased Dec. 20, Mill\ be counted. Prlcen' noon as pOMHible. All InterestedpornoM .A Auto Hupply, and Roy Hcout I"'I '"

to State Road 235. right-of-way between conner for amounting to $750 In inereh&ndIne are Invited to enter the
$110 worth of candy All persona In Starke and surrounding '
resolution stated that "be' Bridge and 225 have been Sant* to pass out to the youngster I will be given away to the parade which will form at the 1.
i
of previous commitment signed with' the exception of three: Mho Mill be on hand to one guessing nearest to how school house at 9 p.m.,'Dee. 14. trade area are Invited '

jBoard of County Com mill- these are F. M. Norman Sr., F. greet him on his ride through many grains of corn the goooe :The following have alreadysignifIed to enjoy $ nta'. annual

in finds Itself financially unflo M. Norman, Jr., and the Joel town. rats In SO day*. The price ,,lllBDFORDCOUNTYTELEGRAP their Intention of en \l.lt here- !

construct "this most ImLt Alvarez estate. It Is expectedthat ,

t segment of approximately the Alvarez estate deed will

miltS" be signed within the next. few days.

|L Road Department. was reJed -

to construct this line "out come his objections. H

|e primary road funds of the However, It was later reportedthat

L of Florida or any other funds Division Engineer Brewer

iible at this time save and exit had said that no changes in the

19 only the secondary road survey could be made at this late

I, of Bradford County" which Official County Publication Established In 1879

[committed to prior construe'' date.A report came to the Board

that John H. Denmark had erected

Iplei of the resolution were cattle guards on the county graded VOLUME SEVENTY-THREE _ STAHKK. FLORIDA. FillOA nCTCMnF.K 7. 1911 NUMBER TWENTY-ONE

I 1 to Hon. Alfred A. McKe- road, commonly known as the -- -


I"ent chairman, Tallahassee State; Road J. Glover De- Chas.Santa Darby Fe Lake Road settlement leading, to which the Fanners To Stage Annual ElectionOf School Board Will Pay JudgmentSoon Widow Gets $16,200 Damages In Suit

ijr Jacksonville, Road Dejnfnt -I were said to be not built accordingto

member from this dia- specifications as provided by the As P ssible To Stop InterestThe I

and J A, Brewen) SRD dlli Commissioners and which are now PMA Committee Members SaturdayAn Against Railroad For Husband's Death

engineer. Lake City. creating: or will create a traffic, School Board at Its regular. At the Monday meeting a request -

|u Norman Sr. met the corn- hazard to the public. meeting here Monday. voted to for! a leave of absence was

toners and stated his objec- After considering. this report, election to select the farmf'r., by a three-farmer nominating take the necessary steps to arrange received from \Mrs Jean S Mrs. Helen S. Benven. whose truck and trailer. I

jio executing the right-of-way the Clerk was Instructed to call committeemen to administer the committee and those names will for the payment of the Thomas. county music teacher, for husband lost hU life In a grade The Heaven truck apparently t

on State Road No. S-229 Mr. Denmark's attention to the 1932 Agricultural Conservation appear on the ballot. If the voter total sum of $32,0111.98. representIDg the period Jan. 1, 1952 to Dec. 81, croaKing accident In Starke Nov. approached the double track Mad- t ,

I to the fact that 'as the road matter and request that the cattle Program will be held Saturday. wishes other men than those nominated a judgement obtained by Ed 11)52. The request was (granted.The 21, 1950( was awarded $18,200 lon Street crossing: and waited

|"iw, surveyed the constructionof guards be constructed accordingto Dec. 8. Two polling places will he may write those namesin. C. Wright St. Petersburg bond Florida Bank at Starke was damage. by a Federal District until a southbound pasnen (er

will damage if not destroy' specifications by Jan. 15 1952. be set-up for the election-one dealer! against the board for the designated as the official county Court jury In Gainesville late train went by and then rolled

> valuable pecan trees on' his Upon failure to comply with this upstairs In the courthouse at Starke The following farmers have been payment of bonds attached. coupon school depository for school funds Wednesday afternoon. slowly onto the double track, unaware .

Mr Norman said the sur- request, it was stated that the' and one at the community centerIn nominated and their name will *, and accrued Interest, for the year 1032.! Mr*, Bnaven, whose home I Is In of the approach of the

J could have been made to avoid cattle guards would be subject to{I' Brooker. appear on the ballot Leon Conner Lex Green attorney for the The board by resolution. requested Enid: Okln, entered suit charging northbound freight,

damage. He was assured removal from the road right-of-!I All farmers who participated. in N. J. Davis L. L. Dyal Ernest board, whose law firm handled proceedings the State Department of with the Seaboard careless and Air, Line Railroad Witnesses for the plaintiff Included '.

I (lie matter would be looked way by the county road maintenance -{ the AgriculturaL Conservation Pro- Edwards. Joe Grtffls E. L. Kelly, in the case, informed the Education to make a final Inspection of Its train negligent Starke operation V. L. Starling and Lacy
through ,
I Sllcox!: of Starke and
Oscar Eller.
I ind an effort made to over- department. i gram this year are urged to go to James Rosier, Frank L. Tomlin- board that final judgement In the at the earliest convenience of effecting the death of her htlsbamt., son, former employee of the j'4
4'
of the son, Rodman Underhill J, P. case had been decreed under date projects completed or nearing completion -
one polling places Smith S. Heaven 61, She asked Starka Coca-Cola Co.

padoes Close Season \With 12-7 Win time between S a.m. and S lIome-1 Wyrick.The : o Nov. 26, and recommended. In the county and constructed $60,000 damages. In Leesburg Ellerson': testified, now living that y ft'.

Saturday and cast their Committee administeringthe the' judgement be paid as soon as with capital outlay fund In her bill of complaint, she the signal light and bell were not

the men. they would like 1051 program consisted of L. possible to prevent the running of This Inspection Is necessary be- charged that ,the train was< being, oper" 'n.K properly to' yr,'n of the

elected. This Is the ..njy way L. Oval, .chalrmani.;. Jve) ,,Ro ler -lirther. interest. '. fore the final ,tea per cent balance *fM>ra>t.d: .ln,riolrittmt.*Jf.jlt/l'ke/' appnih.. '.hm..! "frelgpt, _
Lake. Butler Last
er Friday NightBHS farmers can have 'a say .as L lo the and K.: r... Kelly 'r members and Leon The board voted to pay,the full due the contractors can be paid. ordinance Ifmltlng trains "to a Witnesses for the railroad? con-

administration of the program. Conner and Z. W. Hamilton alter Those projects Include: addition speed. limit of 20 miles per hour slated
I mainly of the train
amount of the judgement and attorneys crewsW
have been selected nates. of six classrooms to Starke I through the town It was alo alIrged .
e BHS Tornadoes closed out- Ten:. farmers fees In the sum of $200 to that them failure the' M. Agin engineer: W. K), Kite, ,
white school plant; conversion of was on
'51 season with a 12-7 Vic- 'B' Squad Green Green& Yawn. auditorium Into part of the railroad to Its brakeman; Alvin Bin me, student
Methodist District existing library operate brakeman J. L.
: Jr.
Summers ,
over Lake Butler Friday night, Carl Johns Wins H. P. Morgan, superintendent of Bradford High School: addition of rroHS'ng signal properly" to warn fireman; T. J. Alderman
Conductor
f the local lads a seven won, AlachuaThe Conference Closes of lIe: approach train. F
Swamps public instruction, and Chas. one classroom and toilets to Hell- ; and J. L. Gentry flagman,
lOst, and one tied record for office assistant will\ be In bronn school The l latter was a disputed point,
Hardy
After Hearing BishopWith elementary ; heating also J, E. Hardy from Peggy- .the
wason Tornado B football squad Football TrophyCarl Tallahassee today (Friday) conferring alterations at Lawtey junior high with witnesses for both the plaintiff passenger train that had panned

cal faus followed the team to swamped Alachua's B team 40-0 a stirring message by with the state departmentas school; and heating alterations at and the defendant giving con- just prior to the accident Robert

Butler' In record numbers, Tuesday night in Alachua-. Bishop Roy H. Short of the Jacksonville to arrangements for paying the Hampton elementary school. flirting testimony. as to whether or H. Lappe was a non-railroad witness

1f the seating facilities of then Ed Teston led the touchdown Area, the Gainesville District Lamar Johns. senior Tor- $32,05198 sum. The board has The board also authorized pay- not the signal wan In operation fit for the defendant
the time Ire
question.
County stadium and were parade with three-all 40-yard Conference of the Methodist nado fullback, was awarded a around $26,000 available to apply I ment of $10 to each of the clerks At the time of the fatal accident, The Icnuhty trial started Tues

Iy the repaid for the trip by see scoring jaunts on trap plays Church came to a close here eaily, handsome trophy Monday night as for this purpose but must arrange and Inspectors holding the district) Beaven was accompanying his I day at noon with Judge Dozier De-

Tornadoes turn In one of straight up the middle. Thursday afternoon the most outstanding player on for the remaining $6,000. trustee election.Taxpayers. brother, James Beaven. to Miami Vane on the bench and was not

r smoothest. performances of Milton Mott added one touchdown Some 200 ministers and laymen the BHS squad during the current with R trailer load of Shetland completed until late Wednesday, ,,

wasonlano Randall Martin one, and from the 89 Methodist ChurchesIn : season. Clerk Discusses ponies which the latter had rented Mrs. Beaven was represented by
-
Thomas scored first for Arnold Smith, end. Intercepted the Gainesville District were. The trophy was presented by Save from a Miami owner for show Lazpnhy Dell Graham& Mills of
Ifnrd( In City's ProgressAt
the Initial when
period Alachua's quarterback's pltchout registered for the conference which the Florida Theatre and was pre- purposes In St.: Louis during the Gainesville while the railroad's

wed' a pass from Ed Prevatt, and carried for another score. got under way Wednesday morn- sented to Johns by Mayor J, R. Rotary ClubA minimer.. Two of the ponies were attorneys were Clayton, Arnow..

yards out. Ed Parker's kick Four extra points were made by WaInwright In a ceremony held in $5,000 DiscountsBradford killed when the northbound Duncan & Johnston, also of
Ing.
extra point was wIde.ke passing and running.a Dr. John BranHpomb, pastor ofthe the theatre.Monday evening. review of the progress made freight train ploughed Into the Gainesville.

Butler lost very little time First Methodist Church Or. The entire Tornado by the City of Starke during the
squad were
'f the second period started In past 20 was given by City County property owners Youth Movement
years
K. Matthews
wide open 15 minutes. TheTornadof's lando and Dr. James guests on this occasion of Ira G. Pecan
'tag their touchdown drive. the Clerk Carl Johns at the regular! saved almost $5,000 by paying ReceiptsHit
were
were able to march between missionary to India Harris, manager or the Florida at Asks CooperationOf
head t Roberts, and Shadd Mission luncheon meeting of the Rotary their taxes In November to bene.
the "
at the of
the two 30-yard lines and principal speakers showing "Saturday's Hero.
'd forces in marching about Wed Club Wednesday. The programwas fit by the four per cent discount All ChurchesA
held
even managed to to the 20, buta Institute which was
go L. H. Gibson,
yards |In four plays to score ary following a supper assistant principal In charge of G. S. Newcomb. allowed Tax Collector J. R. Kelly By Low PricesThe
holding penalty set them 15 nesday evening of BHS served
i Whitehead end as master of Mr. announced yesterday. the local .
going around visiting delegates Johns reviewed the financial meeting of organization
yards and neither team served for the '
seriously
the ceremonies at the presentation, The $110,147.30 In tax with United
touchdown Whitehead building. aspects of the city's progress monies affiliated the
1 ran around right end for the threatened thereafter In the recreation entertained Introducing Coaches James Hobbs from the dark depression days of actually paid In November, plus' Christian Youth Movement will beheld lowest prices In recent yearn

Important extra point and thers Bob Roberts, Tiger quarterback I Many of the visitors were stayIn and Harold Hazelwood who In 1032 when there was a $190,000 the $1,901.13 In discounts allowed, In the Methodist Church Tues. caused pecan growers In this area

took a 7-6 lead. opened up with his passes In the during their overnight turn Introduced members of the Indebtedness, to the present time totals $124.05102, or more than day. Dec. 11, at 7 p.m. to gross only $14,471.51 from the

"e remainder of the second last four minutes. Arley McRae the homes of Methodist people aquad when the city has no advaloremtax 70 per cent of the total 1831 tax The VCYM which Is 'the youth 75,878 pound/i of nuts sold In the

'1saw(\ grabbed In one of his long tosses in Starke. Selection of the most outstand. la entirely debt free. roll of $l86.328.2i. division of the National Council of three auction sale held at the
each team battlingely.
'' but neither could muster with only a short time remainingIn ing player was done by ballot Many city Improvements were Collector Kelly stated that collections Church of Christ In the U. S., is Starke StaLe Farmers Market.
the However, the Tornadoes
game. with the Fire Department Ihls November starting a project: the Call to The final auction held
JKII nower to score again behalf Council Ready tallyingthe Inaugurated during the Camp ran far I was
could not the ball and
keep Youth
United Christian Action
vote. Results of the election Blanding days of World War II ahead of the same month In 1030! Thursday, Nov. 29 with 21,251
time. '
tier Carl Johns punted a long one to To Trade DeedsAt were announced by Fire Chief C. Mr. Johns said when the Federal when around $103.000 had been with the overall purpose of making pounds of nuts going for an
Intermission the Tor- Roberts who Immediately began better and, more useful Christians
W. Plckett. government sent some $200,000, paid at this time.\ He attributesthe average of 20 1-2 cents per pound.
'*5 kicked to' each He of the of the community .
off Union High passing on play. completed young people
matched funds early paying to the The season's average over all was
of fact
held an uneventful meeting the by $ 0,000 In local that and their adult leaders.
them
for downs Robert .three short ones before the
I lfd to McRae and from their final whistle. City Council Tuesday night. City : March 01 Dimes on extending sewer and water he sent tax statements. to all county This organization Is Interdenominational 19 cents.
lines, a model taxpayers about 2,1500 In Last year 73,381 pound of nut*
a
30 the boys from Bradford For the Tornadoes this season Attorney G. L. Patten presented sewage disposal and composed of all
I Council' executionof plant, health center, fire station prior year only a limited number were sold through the market here
'ad rolling again for pay dirt. has been a hard. one but at the deed for the Quota $3,437 churches winding to take part An
of at an
of and other Improvements. statements were sent out. average of 27 1-2 cents to
,
this>l drive All the property on the corner Invitation has been extended to all
the backs thrust same time a rewarding one. I
I with Temple and Lake to the Gulf Refining He said that the town had contlnued Those who pay their taxes In'' churches of Stsrke to become I bring growers an estimated
help from the linesmen seven victories have been earned Bradford County's quota In the December $$20.400,
Co. to grow during the post war will benefit by a three members of this group and support -
insistent first downs. McRaed the hard way, but with the spirit forthcoming March of Dimes driveIs I
Poor
off This Is the property that will period despite predictions that It per cent discount, while the discount It Local churches affiliatedma quality and over supply
30 yards In this drive this squad had plus hard work $3,437.10 I I
according to an announcement
1 trap In a trade between the city would become a ghost town with drops to two per cent In far Include the Pr..byt.rlan.I were described as factors contributing -
play that carried to the for three and half months, the figure
a yesterday by
George to the
,
the Janurary. and Methodist. Each depressed price scale.
Kplsenpal,
closing of
Yard line. At this point It Tornadoes made excellent. and the oil company. The C m.pany'a Camp Blanding.
an I Kopelousos who will again serve
ed> like Temple and Lake Light plant customers now total church I M represented by three
hold.
the would present
Os fourth down Tigers Arthur Wlnk- record. I. Service Station will be moved to as chairman of this annual cam 1,233, the clerk said, and ever.Incrf'alltng Yellow Jacket Slings young people between the ages of Hill Matthews Speaks
the this
Comparing scores year paign. IS and 23 yearn, and one adult
on an end around play. carried fans will recall that Bradford city property just south of Its pres- demand for electric rut At Lions Club Here
itt came, location In order that Center Mrs. JL.. (Sam) Anderson will current has made It necessary. for Dr. Itrownlee leader All other Interested' persons
goal line and Ed Prevail from behind In four to win ent
-d games I Street extend eastward to serve as county chairman for the the city to purchase another unit In Critical are Invited to the meetingsbut
his way over for a 12-7 over Deland St. Leo Green Cove may oil Mothers' March Polio. for Condition have no voting power. A I, D. R. (Billy) Matthews, directorof
The on the
Avenue. municipal power plant. A
Temple
I.I.Psrkers kick was again and Lake Butler. They also came: run Into special Invitation has been extended Student Union at the University
company will deed Its present site The annual drive for funds with slightly used 821! KW unit ha* been Dr. J. W. Brownlee
was reported I t ministers of all : of
from behind to score a 7-7 tie to the Florida was guest speaker at
for this in exchange which to the obtained which will be Installed .
.to'the city purpose wage never ending recovering satIsfactorily
fourth! period proved to be with a strong P. K. Yonge team. yesterday churches the Lions Club Wednesday night
for the city property on fight on Infantile paralysis will and put In good condition at a
In conference play, the locals after having a very "close call" a. Though this project Is a national taking as his subject the duties of'
locate Its station. begin January 2. Further detailsof saving of around $100.000 as compare -' .
have a21 record. Final con- II which to the result of being poisoned from affair the rmphaslj Is on the community a citizen to his community, stats
URNED OUT"iey ference standings and allconference The Council approved the signIng the campaign will be announced yellow
Jacket stings at
of the deed provided that It Is later. cost, Mr. Johns said basis.
/ "- selections of players will be, held In escrow by the City Clerk The clerk also stated that new his camp In the Ocala National The speaker was Introduced by
[ Need Help made Sunday and announced In Ira O. Harris president of the
until such time as a deed Is received white way lights to be Installedon Forest Wednesday
next week's paper. Eight Initiated New Drive-In Theatre Lions.A .
ifrom the Gulf Refining Co. Temple Avenue when the wIdenIng The yellow jackets were nestingIn

'n'It'!) family I I..* without a Play By Play !, to its property that the city desires Into 40 And 8, work Is completed have been the ground and got maids Dr.Browulee' Nearing Completion main supper course with was roast beef as the
prepared by Carl
Following Is the play by play
Th., to use. purchased and paid for by the cityat
furnishing, or clothing account of the final with Legion SocietyEight clothing before he Stark drive-In theatre Johns and Billy Jackson.
/ game that recent a cost of $3,700.Councilmen new
Je rntuit of a fire Monday. O. C. Geiger reported
">.. Lake Butler: realized what was happening./ He may be ready to open to the publicthe
l I.w to the city garbage P. L. Bridges, street'
occurred white EutaR"Mnw repairs members! of Post 54 were
.. The Tornadoes won the toss and and had gone Into the woods to Utter part of this month Ira
>n and her husband. truck were not satisfactory Initiated Into Forty And Eight chairman and James A. Lewis, 10.1 Lawtey Stages
?a elected to receive. The kickoff was advised to notify the fire department chairman were ventlgat* the cause of M* O Harris, manager of the Florida
a"ay from home working the Clerk was honorary American Legion Society
M I fumbled by McRae who picked It Co. of also barking. After being he Theatre announced yesterday. Quiet ElectionMayor
their ai U children ranging Florida-Georgia Tractor last Saturday In Ocala. The Initiation present at the meeting. stung
*{* up on the BHS 18 yard line, as he ilftnalled his wife Adverse weather conditions and
from 6 to 18, were Inw4 this condition. team was the "Wrecking by blowing the
The house burned to the started to cut back in to escape Crew" from the Orlando Post. Masons To Elect automobile horn and she rushed delay caused In obtaining certain material O. J. Anders, Marshal
Mi54. the would-be tacklers and slippedand unforeseen delays D. B.
No Legion-Dance Those ""Wrecked were: S. G. him back to Stark upon discovering Thomas and City Clerk L.
Harris
1\.. fell on the 21 yard line whereIt New Officers Dec. 10 stated However, the screen H. Futch. all
without
need complete furnlfth-. first and ten for the Tornadoes. This Saturday NightThe Denmark, Seeber Goodman, Chas. hIs condition. He ran a U completed and the projection opposition,
was
for a home_. klt- A of Bradford were re-elected as Lawteyltes went
bedding, S. Partin. Bill Coram Ray Stone regular meeting very high temperature Wednesday booth and concession stand are also
u en..U... clothing etc. Any and Cliff HazeD.Accompanying. Lodge No. 33. F. & A. M., will beheld finished to the polls Tuesday In their
unable to gain the regular American Legion night and was considered In annual
tlon" After being city election.
may be left at the from Monday Dec. 10. at 7:30: p m.
,T I "o' office la the clinic necessary yardage for a first down, dance will not be held In the armory the Initiates The Master Mason Degree will be a critical condition. Hit pulse It hall been decided to build one CMcSwaln and C. R.
And
7 h.* on Church St. Starke went Into punt formation thla Saturday night. A Stark were Forty A.Eight J. conferred under the direction of wall bare perceptible but after being more additional ramp to accommodate Whitehead, also unopposed were
... the members A. Y. Covlngton more cars than originally elected to
Before play fill
Mae; on fourth down. the two places that
U weU kaowaJUJi under Starke was dance will be held Saturday Dec. Thomas, Jr. Bill Graham, John the degree team. administered adrenaline he ,planned. Harris said. Two-thirds will become

a.town. having been em- could penalized get S yards way for taking too 13: however, with music by Toby Godwin. Charles Hardy, Ben 9us- The annual election of officers rallied and was considered out. of of the ramp grading work U fin- Council next January vacant 1.Seventyone on, the City
a household workerhome will also be held this time. All
huddle. After low, and I. E. Clark. at danger Thursday. ished.
*. much time In the Dowdy. votes were cast In
Master Masons welcome.
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BRADFORD;. OOtTNTT TELEGRAPH/ ',. FLORIDAFAGH --y- = "tn.\>' : ,

TWOBradford -- --- Thursday with To: Ward Thomas I.any, whop I ,
1932 cake Ha! Life can be fun"| StringfelloW spent residence li:: Route 4, Monroe, d 8',t t t I.
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clean and< exciting.' Mr. and Mrs. George Manassa In Carolina.You th.l "II ,
<
yet sltuple are hereby notified that a l1e'a
County Telegraph Must soon mall my Christmas Green Cove Springs. suit for Divorce has peen rile ''hi. I ,.
against you In the above named On'e 'a h
I
rLv cards and wrap my presents. exo'1'IPe Court and cause and you are required weeks In e tAe. I
ESTABLISHED 1878 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWN.*-KOITOH shall be thinking of you all and : TO erP.%nIn to serve a copy of your an.ewer T..1. I},
or pleading to the complaint nand
llradford Conntr '
the < M
,and Entered M Second sing. Be happy. I am singing Circuit o on the Plaintiff Attorney, EvanT. 1911.
Clan'err.thullne
rut>ill> Office at
103 Law Exchange Building, Jacknonvlllo !
ideas Matter at the Pont tat, r' and all of them. Bye now. Ward Thomas Lnncy Aerendnnt.Case Mo, 8798I Florida and file the original By Myrtl.TkDe to"
God bless you all--Love Lura. In the office of the Clerk of the "
Lora Burgess Afolt, I Settee T* Atftmr.
1951 I
Member / POtlCA.NEISR.:==C= < --

herein I welcome In December Any one who does not believe Is STATE FARMBy
.1.AO For Six Months :
SubM-rlptlon' $2.75 Annually anti ivrall with Joy the poet. ;yrar an ungrateful wretch who has a
when daYII draped slowly l until hard time being happy I should Mn. Bryaa Whltfleld Super Savings:99c Sa1'11111.

Enough To Shake Our ConfidenceWe ChrlntiwiH came think. As a teacher of many years.
I tried to tell my children this Bridge (tub meeting
harping about the corruption In Be lde a winding country streamWhere story. Each Christmas It was The twelve members of the State ..
don't mean to keep ''''''''' "/""
once we lay aa in a dream lastweek's +' ''''''
them days, but what in the world can you do the slow, unchanginghours fresh and dear. Farm Bridge Club attended ,
government Among
without another jrxpoae: of dis I made doughnuts this morning.My meeting when Mrs. W. N.
scarcely a day goes by ,
when do like them. Don Is out North was hostess at her home
workers Latest scandal men
the part of governmental There was a hint of what did seem
honesty on and that one may fixing a gas stove. I have my Thursday afternoon. Chrysanthemums
Internal Revenue Bureau The echo of a chlldltih dream
concerns the set and In arrangements of special a
quilt together It Is lovely.
that breaks the camel's back. Of something there that was not the attractiveness
be the "straw I am already planning to start beauty accentuated
No one in his right mind likes to pay taxes. There is our piecing another. I have sent the of the living and dining LVErr:
the dusk I
rebel at Perhaps It waa heavy "
makes us the tables were
where
something about ua! Americans that just The mounded earth or blackened apron pattern to so many people.It rooms -
I the very word "tax," but we all realize that they are a very stream l 18 a waist apron and does not placed. Mrs. North served a des-
to maintain our government and obtain have to have rickrack, end ls sert course before the progres-
necessary evil i if we are Or likely yet a sunken well. added
dollars then we pretty. Those of who still sions. When scores were
,
tax you
from our
.
the many benefits we get A unaltered rope or rotted beam;
received
want the pattern feel free to Mrs. P. D. Fancher high
must pay taxes. The rutted path and grassy pool write me at least a card t will prize and Mrs. J. C. Wallace was I r
in the The evening wind and slow last #//ll'Ilh_
I is dishonesty \
But when it is discovered that there : be only too glad to send It to you winner In bingo.
then it is going to be hours; Oub meeting Reserved Prices Good Thru
Rights
very Bureau that collects our taxes, The rusted iron or muted gleamOf We have had quite a bit of Xtommnnlty Quantity Sat.
the
citizens of com-
fair-minded For the meeting
increasingly difficult for honest and autumn snow thru withered snow but the last few days have
their rightful share. The news about corruption in bowers. not been cold but sunny and love. munity Club Tuesday afternoon of
to pay last week the Club Rooms were -MmJpspnayj
: the Internal Revenue Bureau will sink into the public mind, -Lawrence :Gurney\ ly. The snow Is fast disappearing. adorned with specimen chrysanthpnnums p 152 Call Street
time and some drastic action to Next week I put my I
may up
long *
I and it will take a very In varied hues. The '
confidence to John Q. Public, to remove On reading this poem I thoughtof Christmas decorations. Been look- Starko Florida

erase the feeling it! and that restore he is a "sucker" if he is honest and pays his southern the red Indiana brick schoolhouse In Ing every day for my new quilt sided President over Mrs.the H.business J. Kucera session, pre- ;SSec1asi[ food! ,
near father'shome
off lightly. my frames to arrive. Life Is fun!
share when others by paying graft are getting where I attended school to Clay Hill!: when plans for the organization'sChristmas

'!I I of absolute But this! dishonest is only one among more in public a chain servants.of sickening examples the there eighth my first grade year's and later teaching.taught black I try top to road Imagine looks how past the Clay new At McLendon the program party and Harold were hour Godwin formulated.Spanky ac- Chase & Sanborn Pressure Pack (Limit 1, P PCOFF'EE

officials in our Many happy hours were spent at Hill school I close and
; There are, of course, many conscientious "Beech Grove" and how the last my eyes companied by Frances. Caldwell
unfortunately there are too many rotten can see the holly trees and the "Over the River and
Government. But : time I the pianist sang .
saw place, the house .
t we"re moss laden oaks. The school house I
what "
but
barrel to ever expect anything In ruins, through the Woods. Then a
; apples in the wan the road washed in Inside
the fence
getting now: exposure after exposure, following investiga ruts, for It had been closed. The children scattered enclosure. :My i group of wind Instrument players Lb Can 7.
i are everywhere.
" after investigation. And what a small part of it is being rusted pump standing bravely, In from the Bradford High School
tion Many boys the Navy and '
l which Band two numbers: "Come
work and dishonesty the last muted evidence gave
Think of the crooked of the Marines and Army. Girls married
exported are
', almost necessarily must be there but not yet disclosed. happy place it was for children and one In California Others I All Ye. Faithful" and the Viene.eMelody"
'I i One day. Thus life flows Completing pro-
.. dishonesty in government. bravelyon here and there. I try to keep track talk Lustre Golden BleachedRAISINS DONALD DUCK Fla. Crystal Fad
. We hate to keep harping on and what now Is so dear and of gram was an Interesting on SaladDRESSING
them. We had
' We don't like to, and think that actually it does little good. important to us shall be no doubtIn Christmas times such happy the Oboe by Patsy Kucera. The
But there is ONE thing that can change it all and that is due time fallen into decay or Helpful" Hint together. hostesses Mrs. E. F. Redding and
oj ballot t : Mrs. L. E. Dugger served sand-
heritage of every American-his torn down. Customs and fashions SUGA
''i the priceless change. People pass on. One thing Silverware can be cleaned by wiches and\ cookies with coffee or Sandwich
putting some "Splc and Mrs. McDonell of
Span" Rudy Tampa
that ever remains
I. constant, and
; You'll Never Get Rich At This Kate that Is Christmas and the miracle that Is a powder into water and visitor of Mrs. R. P. McLendon, SPREADPint
of our Lord Jesus' birth. boil them In an aluminum kettleor was the guest of the Club on this
(! "The day definitely is past when an individual can" hope joy to our hearts each It passing brings put a piece of foil In with themIn occasion. 19C Jar 5 lbs 4 446oz.
"I I to grow wealthy from savings out of wages or salary, says year and Our Lord grows dearerto a porcelain kettle. Rinse and Patsy Kucera attended a slumber 15-oz Pkg (Limir-2):: ; ) 19c

:i a feature article in a recent issue of U. S. News & World He1 us as we grow older. There is dry them. Cook book and cardsof ( party at the home of Bobble

';i port. "Old ideas about what constitutes- 'high income are another thing that most people do recipes, coated with shellac, Woodham In Jacksonville Saturday
ideas about the size of not think will not get greasy and soiled. Usea 1 I night. The occasion marked the
" having to be revised along with old of often enough and Cans Del Monte Pineapple Your Choice
\ needed to support a family when a man retires." that Is the fact that Jesus is com- coat hanger of wire to bend Into 1 I re-union of twelve girls who attended -
,:: a fortune ing back again some glad day. He shape and attach holly or evergreens ]| Camp Immokalee last summer .
This is the result of two potent forces which in combina definitely said to His Disciples, to it. Decorate with glass I '
;
,,1 tion, have reduced the purchasing power of the dollar on one/ "I shall return again and receive ornaments and tie with red oil Dr. and Mrs H. J. Kucera and JUICE
hand and have made it impossible for even people with very) you unto myself," He will come cloth for the house decoration.I | Brian Kucera spent the weekendon

'\i I' large gross incomes to save substantial sums on the other. and appear In the heavens with a have my fruit cake made. It a fishing trip at Suwannee.J. .
loud shout and no doubt the singIng Is a dandy. The recipe calls for a M. Bradley spent the week- Fo
Force one is inflation. Today's dollar, going by the government of angels Those here on earth tumbler of rum to be poured over end with relatives in Jacksonville.At No. 2 Cans Del Monte or Dole ,
;!. figures, is worth only a little more than half as will never have to die then but I it when you wrap it In foil and noon Sunday Mr. and Mrs.T. .
, much as the prewar dollar. Force two is taxation, which now will be snatched up with Him and I store It In a cool place to age. A. Yawn, and their sons Terry CRUSHED PINEAPPLE---
I\\k. bitesdeeply into the income bf people of moderate means, taken away. That Is the way I Each year I Ignored that request.I and Jimmy were dinner guests of
'I'r4 I, and takes most of the earnirt-gs- of people in the upper. understand It. The believing will hate liquor so, for It Ws) ruin Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. This No. 303 Cans Stokely
N be taken. so many people and family gathering was In celebra-
brackets. Those that do not love makes little
I,y Jesus would not want to go anyhow children unhappy, It makes pover- tion of the birthday anniversary FRUIT COCKTAILNo. - -.
:" U. S. News reviews some of the tremendous changes thahave I don't suppose. In the end ty and makes crime and bleary- of Mr. -Caldwell.Mr. .
\\r occurred since 1939. Taking into consideration the for the unbelievers they will be eyed folks who talk thick and and :Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow 2 Cans Stokely
r most recent tax increase the man who earned $4,000 a year: destroyed. I think Hell Is the cen- silly We have two package liquor were guests of Dr. and Mrs e
r' then must receive a little letter!( than $9,000 now I if he is ter of the earth. Of course we can stores In town. I always give them J. W. Brownlee and Mr. and Mrs. RED PIE CHERRIES -

' to live an! well-and relatively few people have bettered their only guess but I believe this earth a wide berth when I go down Inman Green in the Big Scrub
' incomes to so great an extent. The man who earned $10,000( will eventually be Heaven. "In town. I hate them. The same old last weekend enjoying the sports 125 Ft. Rolls Cut-Rite

must take in more than $25,000 if he is to take care of taxes: My Father's house are many man saloon to me. I saw the wife of of the section. WAX 9 $
[ and the results of inflation and have the same living standard sions." So If Jesus had not been a man who owns one of them. We Together with relatives from PAPER. - -
,
born there was no religion of were talking of fruit cake. She other near-by points Mr. and Mrs.
': as before. And as you go up the income ladder the situation Love and love thy brother. So we/Says I will get you a little bottle to A. L. Crews were present at a Vita Food 2 lb. Jar
of better than
becomes almost fantastic. It takes an Income thankful Indeed put on your cake. I shall bring it turkey dinner at the home of Mr
are for Christmas
j\,;\ $365.000 a year to maintain living standards that could be I to you. I finally decided to try and Mrs. J. M. Browning In Law- APPLE JELLY-------.
and Jesua who 30
(; bought for $50,000 in 1939. It is obvious that not one mari spent years hereon It Now my cake Is basted in rum, tey Sunday. .
in hundreds of thousands has been able to increase his gross earth and came to teach to Imported from Cuba and the rest Accompanied by Mrs. Inman Donald Duck 12-oz. Glass .
i show us the way and die tor us. Is stored In the attic to douse my Green of Starke Mrs.V.. G.1R4 .
j so greatly. PEANUT BUTTER - Mix 'Em Up

t As matter of fact, raises of salary, even though they

be large, cannot solve the pl'Oblem-Cor the simple
may reason that} the tax collector is' going to take a large part of DODGE newsME 46-oz. Cans Stokely Orange All Brands Tall CanstimiJUICE

' the raise and, at high levels most of it. According to the ,

i U, S. News computation,. if married man with taxable Income
I of $10,000 gets a $1,000-raise, taxes will absorb nearly MIL

a third of it-$290. If a married $100,000 a year man getsa I NQW DODGE DIVES rOil ,
boost of $10,000 government will take more than two /

i thirds of it-$7.700. leaving him 2300. And the single

man, of course, gets hit much harder.As .. J .

the magazine points out, the salaried white-collar y
groups have been hit hardest so far. Wage earners have r ANEWKINDOF 6 99c 8 for 9

\i' fared much better-the article says, "Inflation has' raised

; their pay far more than it has raised their cost of living,,

and taxes are low'where levied at all." The average manufacturing ALSO ALSO -
worker, consequently has had an increase! in real -

I., wages of some 30 per cent since 1939. However, future tax ( FREE No. 2 Cans Comstock J7-o. Glass Musselman'

i increases, if they come, will of necessity this situation cut deeper may and not S DRIVING SLICED PIE APPLES APPLE SAUCE

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1 be permanent. ,. 16-o. MInot No. 303 SiokelT

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BRADFORD OOtTNTT TOUEORArn. STARKE FXQRIDA .
1951iROOKER
DBCTMBBR.T.: APPRAMIn
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VOTICR OP *PPU.-'T.O'll' FOR Ilrlftol. ( onn.You Fllnabeth. Knapp Circuit C..t. *
chicken pilau plate was served 'Worthlngton Springs attended has been real sick with double TAX "KKINOT > ar. hci-fhy notified. that, aHUlt .bone' residence Dorothy and addreaa la: .110( Klorlrint In Cknneery.Luther .
w
; for Dl\orr" haa been fllfilB Derrli ,-.I..PI..lntllf. V8.
I: TX UKUKf-Y OIVKICThat : York
to all by the Refreshment Com (church at NPW Hope Sunday. pneumonia. and \ Fill, tl alll'.1' I M t-11.- tnlns| von In the. abovi> nanieilfourt Irvlna .A,>. cnue hereby, l1..ooklyn.notified New that Kdlth W. Adcr.ck Ixiater.. Uffendant.Caae .
'mittee. Mrs. J. C. Harre'll Mrs. Mr and Mrs. John Freeman, Tiny and Lucille Lovi.ll trunk !Mi,. Iold.i, ', ,,.f Hie fnllowlnn and roune. and you are required .ult You fr ni DUorce" haa bean filed No 1781Xntlee
and Mrs. Harry .. to aervo a copy of youlnnawer To Anpeae,
' R H. Green. Mrs. S. E. Green. Mrs. T S. Mann and Mr. and Mrs. daughter and Mr. City "f.. ."turki- tax .<- .rtlfi<-ate hav or pleadlnir. to the com.plaint avalnat you In the abov named To: Jo.lllhv.: Adcock trf>.t ir,
Mini n d itrtifkaieH for re.quired '
tai *
R and ar
..... y attended church at Lovvll and son spent Thanksgiving nn the IMalntlffe Attorueya, Court and caua* you whoae realdence and addreni la- t/o
Shaw .
.
d t1 to he
Miss Iva Mae: Lewis and Mrs. Harley tunned thereon The ct r.tlflcalv to aerva a copy of your anawer -
J T Rvana, and Nal 1> Kvnnn ijuuth Carolina.
Hivan: Clio
of Lucille'* in Townsend Mm Luthor Leater
'- Roan Plnholater. New Hope Sunday and visited Mr. with relatives I .Nllmb..r. and Yearn of la.ftuanre Jr. 103 Ij>w Kuchanite IfulldlnaJackaonvllle or pleadlna; to th. complaintnn .

.\. Meeting Mrs. Lottie and Rauler- and Mrs. Dave Shaw at LaCrossc Ga. the description of the prop Florida and file the. the Plalntlff'a Attorney. T Frank fll. You are hereby notified that a
I r. T. Pearl erty and 'the nanien In which It waiperxrt of. th Clerk ndrunie. Starke, Florida, and
orlirlnal In the office for Divorce. haa brn fU..d.IIAln.t
.. ult
of the .
.. .
I regular meeting son of Okeechohee were weekend Sunday afternoon. are a follow. : of the circuit Court on or before, the the orlirlnnl In the office of the you In th* abovinamed.
1.j rp'"T A, waa held ThuML /guests of their mother, Mrs. H. P. Mr and Mrs. Talmadfte Kelly Certlfl.* Mav..29 te, 1148.N< t. Year* of I .uanr u.th dav of necemtier, Il1St otherivlae Clerk before of the the 84th Circuit day of Court December on or,. ('ollr and cauaa and you .ar. requl..d *
of aatd Complaint of
the alleiratlona your an<*
Snvember 29 In the and children of Jacksonville\ spent n.'f'.n> ..f Property Lot I ofrUle. 1M: othcrwlae rhe allcfrattona. of to a rv a copy
: Galney.Mr. lit b* taken Aa oonfeaaed by pleadlna.; to th* complaint
wer or
HEILBRON'WBy 27 Fx. E TO ft. of OrlKlnalSurvey. ..aid Complaint. will bo taken a* confnaaed Frank
UeUria. and Mrs. T. W and several days with Mr. and Mrs. I ; Town you on the Plaintiff a Attorner: T
Markey of Stark Section 18,. Thla notice ehall be publlahed onceeach I bv you Landrum. "Starke' Florida and fll.Ih. *
I H. H. Mott and other relatives Township, f South' Kana-e IS Raet. Thla notice ahall. b* puhllahedono
chairman
committee : Mrs. Lulu Mae Baxter were In we>ek for fnur conaecuttveweeka : I orla-lnal In th* office of th*
J laW ndmendments I here. Marlon Norniaii Nam In which Aa**..ed: Bill Car- In the Bradford County: Tele. *.ach wook for four ponaecutlv* Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be.fore .
L, propo"ed Gainesville Friday.Mr. antini.iVrtlfi. ."raphHated. weeka In th* Rradford County Tele the 17th day of December, 1AM. ,
accepted by the O. W. Hazen Is still\ confined to ,. at* No.3. Year of I *uance thla tOltt day of November.! graph.Haled. th allegation of ...101f'ompl..lnt
otherwlae *
"
were and and ,
'f Mrs Royace Galney Ma21, UU. Ufll this SOth. day. of Nov"nlb..r.USt.
the Glendale and takn aa con.re."d *
Hospital Palatka will b*
daughter. Elolse of Jacksonville I r>e.., riptlon. of Pronertv Com. at I (OFFICIAT SHAT.' > A. T. Thomaa, .
!uott.T and Church come Mrs. Dave Green Is still In the Mr. and Mrs. Felix- Sapp were N. ('H... ,,f wi, of RH><, of NKi and Clerk of the circuit Court (OFFICIAL 8F1AL) A.I.: Thomaa.Clerk by notice you.Thla hall b* publlahed
A. attended Church services at New Alachua County Hospital, Gaines supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill : run W 175 ft for Pt. of U"IC. thence By :Myrtle T. Deaver, r>"piitv Clerk-. of the Circuit Court once each. week. for four eonaecutlv
and program will be Hope Sunday and visited relatives RunV. 80 Ft S. 105 f t., M. till 1"1. N. 1I/8S 4t 1J/14 ny MyrtI T. Denver, n rj"tC weeka In th* Uradford County Tl*
: ville. We to Mundy Wednesday night. ,. 1314TO
December 21 at are glad report they l 1IIi Kl. I Tt of IVg. of Mlac.: /
liy night here In the afternoon. Underbill and Slarke. in .Section. a* \orirn. TO rrn..'n craph. .
are both Improving and hope they Mrs. Margie Townnhlp ( Dated thla 14th day of November
f"R. v. Earl Willis was Mrs. Ralford Brannen of Ral- South. Kance 2S ,:...1. In rirviilt. Court. llrailfenl rna.y, NO'I'I'B u'Pl1an mi.
visiting .
Cnairman.BlKham will be home soou. grandson Reginald were Nanu In which Aeaenetl. : Q, II Flnrlrtm In ( huneery, InCircuit CiHirt. llradford t'nHiitr, OFFICIAL SHAD; A. :J. Thomaa. ,
an Program ford spent Sunday as guest of her Mr. and Mrs. Brady Harrell of Mrs. Louise! Norman and the Eldon IJttleCertiflmje. Kae Funk Plaintiff, va. O1: FranklinFunk. Vlorlriai In ( haneety.Onorne I ( Clerk of th* Circuit Court.
E. ; was appointed mother Mrs. H. P. Galney. No] .. 4. Tear of Iiauanc Defendant Caae. No, 111'0(! .1. Mevera. PliUntlff. vallaiel MyrtI T. Beaver Deputy' Clerk,
Tty
Mulberry were overnight gueats of Sapp family Tuesday.! .
Bag Com- Ma24, tufr Notice Tt. .*pper.To Sylvia Iyer., DefendantCaa 11/16 41 11/7
,
A. Christmas Mrs. CasRte Larramore and the M. O. Harrells Thursday night.T. Mr. and Mrs. David Plunkett of >e>.crlitlon of Property K. ITS Ftof C Franklin. "'unlwh".... reatrtcnce ,- No 8777o4lce
u irman and a chairman the weekend N 10B rt\ of K>4 of NWi, nf "sl-21' )I.' .17 IQaxt. >Va.hlnalon Street '\ Tn %pnene.To In 4.Irenlt Cnnrt.. llradforil CnuntTtKlnrldnt
Lrch Christmas Bag Cpmnll daughter of St. Petersburg were B. Plnholater. Coy Edwards, Jacksonville spent of NKl,. of :Mine. "8tarke' In Section llaereratown MarvlandYon .. : Ilaxel H>'lvla Moyera. whoaarenldent In Chancery.Kuth .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Rufus Green Miss Lubedla Pin- with her mother Mrs. R. M. Johnson 111I. Tounvhlp, 6 South Haniie S3 are hereby notified that* ... and 1 1 'adilrenn, In* 40 pleaaaut Ann Ilahn Whltall. Plaintiff.

. be appointed. Parker Saturday afternoon.Mrs. holBter, Katherhie! Harrell Yvonne I and brother-in-law and sister, I Cat.Name. .ult for Divorce haa been filed. Uldce, Smith Fort Mitchell V*. Holt HtchardVhltall, Defnd.int.Caae .
school In which Ameaoetl. : U, H naralnat you In the. abov* named Kentucky. No: 37X0
I A. Parker prln- I Mattie Sowell visited relatives Harrell and Mrs. Eva Harrell attended Mr. and Mrs. Anrel Norman.We I I.lltle.Certificate. Coutt: and cauae and. vou ar* required You are hereby notified. that. aault Order Of IViMlcatltin. And NollceTn
!lIed that due to the coin the Singing Convention at heard that the Purvis Green No T. Year of 10.11-1 to aerve a cnpy of your anaueeor for Divorce ha* h..n. flle.1n..aln..t *pirnrl "lole of Kll>llllllul
A. Brooker In Jacksonville over the anoe May 29, JMft. I pleadlnar. to the nomplatnt on the you In th* a.hov named. Ulchard Whltall whov* realdence -
in of the P. T. weekend.Mr. Sardls Baptist Church Worthing family are happy in their new n""I'II'.n of rropertv. 8 T 4 Ft.of Plalntirf .. Aliorneva., I lOvan T Kvana: Court and caua. and you ar* re. liert la* Unknown:
back on the accredited! ton afternoon. home. I..OI tI tot KM 8. 8 Ft of lllockV and N.al' D lOvana, Jr., 101 Law Kxch4in ) quired to nerve a copy of your anwer You are required to appear on D.-
and Mrs. Ovid Gano and Springs/ Sunday nnd Land W. of. aame to Street re Pullilina;, Jai kaonvllln I Flor.Idn or. pleading-. the complaint reinher 17 1951 In the above named
A son, Ra.y of Gainesville were weekend Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and of N J. .lonea, Addition to Tj>wn ofStaike. and file the orlarlnnl In th* of. I i nn the ".llIlIf"I a Attorneva, Ju* 1 1 IIIWllllama I Court and online. wherein plaintiff
was adjourned and! son Bobby of Sunnybrook were In Section is, Townnhlp t flee of the Clerk of the Circuit Court and Mack. S Futch I.akeHut aeeka divorce and restoration ...rmald.n
-feting guests of his parents Mr. and South. Iliinice 23 Rant on or before the 94th day of December i '' lor. Florida and file the orlaMn- name llradford County .
Mrs. R. F. Gano.J. LAWTEY Thursday guests of Mrs. R M. Name In which A..u.. ed: Henry ISM : otherwlaa I the alloira.tlona .- al In the office of the Clerk of the Telegraph ahall publlnh thla Order '
Johnson.Mr. Manaana of aald Complaint will b* ctroult Court on or before the 17thdny next four weekly Ittatiea, '
In
t C. Melvin of Starke spent Jhe Certificate ICo.: e. Year o( I auance taken. a.* ronfeaaed, by you. I of liHoeniliiT, lUll I. otherwld* Wttneaa niy hand and "official
and Sr.
Mrs. Leroy Norman notice .hall. he ptibllahedonce I the allevatlona of aald Complaint No.vnmhfr .
I.'II. I"uh'h May 21. 1l48.! TV" Htarke. Florida, thin
neal at
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil and daughter Linda spent Saturday I>e..crirtlnn of Property: tx>ta 1-' each. week for four conaecntlveweek will he taken aa confeaaud bv you.Thla 14 19RI.
Melvln. of flock 19. of LIvliiKMtonTruhyPo in th* Itratlford County Tel. I II' notice "hull be pilhllahedone OFFICIAL SIOAL) A. J. Tliomaa
In Palatka. I week for fnur conaeou.tlve (
., Suii.itlvlalon Section 2K. Town- rraph.Hated each Aa Clerk of anld Court
C. J. Crews spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miner Rlrtlulny TartyMrs. .hip South. llanire, 22 re...U.- till Hat day. of November weeka In th* llradfiird CountyTeloaraph Pv Mvrtl* T Deputy: Clerk.
his Donald and In and Buff I Nam. in which A..d CarrieTurner t!>MOFFICIAL. Pearl; "II"rl: ConaolldatedIhilldlnir.
family son of Jacksonville J,
son. were Ruby Gaynoe and Mrs. of No" ...I0.. Martin
( flEA> A. .1. Thomaa.Clerk Dated thla 18th dny .. .-konvllle.... Florida. ,
High Springs.Mr. II dinner guests of his mother, Mrs. Martin entertained! with a joint I Ortlfliale No is Year of Ie.uunce of the Circuit Court.. 1 51IOFFICIAT. Atlys' for IMf ll'ia 4t 13/17
'MUCO*TMUTS-UMI MST MUlf and Mrs. D. H. Dukes of Effie Miner, on Sunday. I birthday party Thursday night Mav 2". 10411T'oecrlptl Fly Myrtle T. Peaver. Deputy' Clerk. REAL' A Circuit. J. 'I'homAII.l'1..k CourtIfy r
I "n of Property. T.ot 2 and 11/23 4t 18/14 of th*
H. C. Kelley and mother, Mrs. honoring their sons Grady Varnos R' 2 ft <..f Lot t, of niock U. of MyrtI T. Duavor Deputv Clerk ..
Margaret Kelley are upending and Billy Martin on their sixteenth 1.lvlna..l"n.'ruhy *k ('0. SubDlvlnlon. .I.r.: 1 .t.1 11/16 4t 18/7 -
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In rirrllM llradfnrilflorldal
r
SNOWWHITEPAINTTITANIUM Set ?!), TuwnHhlp 6 South: Let Us Thoroughly
TSIDE this week with relatives in Miami. birthday. About 35 young people Itanare 23 Ea..t. |n t hnncery.riivllln .
Mr. and Mrs. H. C Name in which A..a'd lola ITvman. 1'lu Intlf f, v... Claud; "
Crews of gathered to them celebrate.
: LEAD and OIL t'<(If" help Little.Certlfl.. llyman Jr., DefendantCan. Wash Your Clothes
$4.95 VALUE Clearwater were weekend guests They enjoyed games corn popping ..ale No IS. Year of Ixmance No. *?.$. WELDING
.... of his parens, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. and marshmallow roasting. On Mn, >' 89. 194! *. Netlee Tn Appear.Toi .
.
A Paint you con depend oa $250 nencrlptlon of Property' : l ot 3 of Claud* llvnmn Jr., wlloee rea.lilent 9 round*
net to peel., rub wash off or Crews. the scavenger hunt Jerry Harden- Block IS. :of Il ln; EMon-Truty:; AlCo' la< Haltvllla, Virginia.
turn y.Dow..olcl ea money* :. Mra.,,\V. H. Edwards went to brook and Emma Jo Brown won *. Kuh-nivlnlon Section", 2X, You ara hereby notified. that aault ". For 40c!
ftaS GaL c-: TownHhlp II "'South Ilanica tl RaetName for Annulment haa been filed
back guarantee. amOvor Jacksonville Sunday where she the prize. After the games were In which Asaeaned.: J, >VRohlnnon ayalnat you In the abov named I's
mllOon gallon sold.ExceBont Freight Prepaid ] plans to reside for some time. played the hostesses served birthday Court and cauae. and you ar* r*. FREE Bleach If Desired I
coverage for brick 20 All of laid property belnir In the quired to aerve a ropy of your anawer -
en gate. '
Mrs. L. H.
Futch and and .
wood, concrete and rlndoyblock. accompanied cake punch candy Cltv of Starke and County. uf Hrailford. nr pleadlnir' to the complaint Temple Ave. Steuk
.. Sample can.. SOc. "" by Mrs. A. D. Crosby of Starke mints. Slate. of Florida on the plalntlff'a Attorney*, ftvanT
Kvana and Neal D Kvana: Jr., :
....
.. Unl I..a* auch certificate or certificate .
MOa TH. Special price was shopping in Gainesville last
_-.oL..a. Factory ] Remember Sunday School at 10 ehall b* redeemed accord- 101 Law ftxchamre Tltilldlnir, Jack 9
ftonvllle., Florida. and file iho original -
Saturday.
law the deacrllied In
services 11 Ina; to property
am. Morning
at am.
.
of Starke
euch cvrtlflcat or certlflcatee In th Cleik of the Circuit Courton We offer the people
SNOW WHITE PAINT CO. Miss Linda Crews spent the Training Union at 6:30: p.m. EvenIng will tie aold to the hlcheatbidder 01 before the 84th day of December. WeWIU

Thanksgiving; holidays In Jacksonville services at 7:30 p.m. Prayer at the court hone* on 1M1! : otherulne the allegatlona of the moat
nP aald. ,. Complaint will I lie uml \lclnliy one
Jacksonville Fla. 1"1.01 Mon lny In .the Mnnth of
0. Box 86 with her the <
P. aunt and uncle
Mr.
meeting 7 p.m. Wednesday confeaaed liy Your Clothes
every January. 1IT.2. whlth la. the 7lh day taken na you.Tnla Dry .
and Mrs Carl Vanzant. nlglit, Rveryone Invited. of January. 1152 notice ahatl, ha pulillahailrnre niiMlxrn anil flucatwrldlnx lI1PIIld
Bryant Reddish of Jacksonville Hated Ihls 20th' day of November. each week for four eoneerutlv' 20c
1111 week In th* Iiradford" County 1 el- For
spent Inst week here with his BUY FA"ITF.nflROOK" The OFFICIAL SEAL) A. .T. Thoma... vraphT'ated. ahopn anywhere.
TRANSFER AND parents Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Red Clerk of Circuit Court ofllradford thla 20lh (lay of November, All Work RuarunteedSMITH'S In New Automatic Driers
ALVAREZ & SON fountain I'en \\lth a point for County, Florida 11M
STORAGE CO. dish. f\rry II..... $2 complete. Bradford JI/J1 4t ll/l i. (OFFICIAL SRAL) A.I.: Thninaa Court,, ,
Clerk of th* Circuit
Mr. and Mrs. P. Sykea and I County Telegraph. | ny MyrtI T. Denver Deputy Clerk. GARAGE .
1 .'- family moved to Dlnsmore last IMIIHKTO APPK4H 11/81 It 18/14
I (Irenll t'oeirf. llradford Connlr.Florida .
'- local week where they plan to reside. I, 1SOTICK. TO ATPl'IAIIIn ; i In f himcerr.Alba AND MACHINE SHOP
,t-8.: i.VAAU'& O' We operate We wish them success and happiness t'IrrtMl ...... Hmtlfwril C & long distanceanywhere I Klorl.lni !. < bcnrrrr.liny F. Yandow 1'efendant. 'Circuit Court.. llrndf rd County* Trla'.ll.vp.. Starke
e' ''' '' in their new home. ( .\. Moor.*, I'lnlnlirf vn I.anker. Cane No 8717.itlce VIorMai' In ( hnneery.William .

,...,.MOV'NG. .....-- In U. S. Mr. and Mrs Colrman Phillips\ VI 1. .Mome' I J.f..nt. \. To *i>pear.To Durothy Chrlntophor IMKaheih: Knanp, Knanp.liefendnnt Plaintiff ".
Case No 8793Votlr Albert F Yandowr w hoae reel I va. -, ----
IS and Sargeant Hlnsel of Tampa Tn Apprnr.Tii lene la: U Mornlnvild.* t>rlve. la.t : C'liao No. I(NO - .. '
.
EXCELLENT were visiting Mr. Phillips' part'nb. : ranker M Moor, whoa rent'd -- ,----- ---- -.J "
.*nrA In unknown.011 .
Mr.; and Mrs. O. J. Phillips tho \' nrf> heritbv notlflerl. thnt nmilt. ned
STORAGE flrnt of this week. for Divorce him .!><.<.n filed acnlnnt
you In the nlmve named Court
FACILITIES L. P Refuse and Elma Crews and cau.. and you Are rqutrd. to
!pent the weekend In Ouran North A""V" A copy of your nniiwer or
nls FortClIER nlondlnnr to th. complaint on the
Carolina. FMlllntlfr.. Attorney.. Hop 7arh II.DtniKlHM I
Mrs. O J. Fhllllui Mrs. .T. P. Ron I'Vlirh Ifldtr. Jnrkfonvine -
Florida, anil fll* the original
ROS. See us first! Wvrlck and Miss' Elizabeth Terry In tli< office of the Clerk of the Clr.rnlt .
A were! yl.iit.ors to Jacksonville Fri ,'ourt "n or *ii.f..r.. the Hint duyof
n.......'" ""1''. 1I M. othftrwlpu th.
day. Alletntlonn' of ald Complaint' will
i Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dobbs and be taken .. confonaed- oy you: ,
Thin notice hnll, be published
children, Mlkey and Don Loree. once ench week for four eoniteciitlveweek \
of Ocnln were visiting Mrs. F. R. ) In the Bradford County T.le- .
Ford built a eompUuly P.W cor %vhil. eth r
Carradine on S'unday.W craph.Dated thl 21rd day of November, makers w.r. "m.f.ly changing .yU. Th. r.wlt ,It
IT'S THE MOST P Kemp who recently :Returned 11SI that Ford 010... In tb. law-prlc. flvld off' you

after some time spent in (OFFICIAL Clrk PRAT of,)the A.Circuit 3. Thomae Court, oeh vp>.fodat.. nglnrlng f.atur.t at a from

South Florida Is now operating a Ey Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk with. flv* croti "m.rnb.r., for "frongth. durability
llf Automatic Mil.ao. Mak r, for
11/30 4t K- U long on
fish market In the old Post Office
WONDERFUL g..ngth. |10" ",11. of powr from.your gat .* \
building ,o'ru'.., TO APPR41IIn and do>.nt of omr "Look Ahvad" f.atur' ...
(Irrnlt ......... II rail ford tunnty, '''''''. VIJ.... I. III. imvrtott car *>l ft tv..*
Fl''''d.. In C Imneerv.Avoiy I ."'.....111._...'.... ....ht>.tt.("...mere wlrtrfewverMy
Hurl.on "n...., rialntlff VP .- .....01 w'oI.' of f telet. t<.hem... leel

BUY EVER RA VI. SS HIWAYRV \ laabt'l N Chitav, Ucfundnnt Cane No. 8301 Ford hut mora room' ...h.r. II counfi' than qnycfhir

%04 Ire Tn A| pnr.T low-prlctid carl You g.t more hip room .
Mr*. O. E. Crosby <.>: Iffnhrl N t'hane. who..<. rd .'.> t rnor thouldar room* morn luggog room. And
.*noe and adilrHH I I. tt Fra.eeilfrmt Ie s you'll alto d!.cov.r that Ford alon (n Hi field
Auburn. N>w YorkYou .
ofT." big car rid* and comfort f.atur lik i .
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman for are IHvorce.hereby award notified of that minor anult I Automatic Rlda Control. that. automatically adult|

spent the weekend with their son children to Defendant and olber relief rid*.to th* rood*, end Automatic Potlur Control '''''''. "Cwejrrtry" t ulr. *" .ff.. y."*. MM. !.***!*.) _
ha. been filed aRalnnt you In the that automatically .ltdt th* front >*at forward f.v vMr manoyf H .).... VMI !... m.+* m\...*-9rmhtewvln ....
and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. above named. r'ourt and rauae and and ..*.<. With *.... of .-...* Iftt -*** ..- 4 -
Herbert Norman ln Umatilla. you. are required. to rve a ropy'ofyour to (utt-rlght height angl *> meMi ...wii_. wMi "it.ww.,," ..... .

They say. that their new. grandson annwer on the or pleading t'lalntlff'a. to Altorn.y.T. the complaint ,

Is doing fine. s Frank Ijindriim, Klarke, Florida'
The Thurman Jones family were and fll. the original In th.. office
of the Clerk of the Circuit. Court on ,
visiting Thurman's parents Mr. or before the Slet day of December. ,
and Mr R. J. Jones In Brooker 1961, otherwise allFKatlona, of valdCVmiplalnt
will bo taken ae con.
Sunday.Mr. fenced l by you.
and Mrs. Emery Lewis had Thlfl' notice .h.1I! be published
week for four coneecntlveweek
as their guests Sunday Mr. and once each Telegraph :- --- -
In the Bradford County --- .---:- -
Mrs. Woodrow Thomas and children / : : '
Dated. thin 28th day of November, ) .
of Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. 1981.

Paul Faulkner of Baldwin. (OFPirtAT. KAf.: > A. :J. Thomaa. ,
Circuit Court.By .
("I..k of the
Among those who attended the :Myrtle T Deaver, T>eniitv Clerk .'
Sing at Sardls Sunday afternoon 11/30 4t lai

were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby

and daughters, Wanda' and Mary Safer Cough Relief

Alyce and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus

Conner and children. When Dew drugs or old fail to stop

Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and your cough or chest cold don't delay.

children were visiting Bernlce's Creomulttion contains only safe helpful :

brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and proven ingredients and no narcotics olon*. In the low-prl<* fleU, ton
to disturb nature's process.. It you th* imoothn**!,sovlngiy*nd
last
Mrs. Mack Woods in Georgia goes right to the seat of th. weekend. aid nature soothe and heal Taw !tender offer you a choice of V-t or SU You can pay more but

Heard Gwen McRae's party was inflamed bronchial membranes. ingest And Ford's th* Only tew

lovely affair Thursday night. Guaranteed to please you or druggist car rhot gv! *> you your plA af you can't buy better
Creomulston ba stood driven New Fordo-
could not attend but had refunds money. great
I
,
Sorry University of the test of many millions of users. ,* Overdrive,* and Coaventloaal
to trek down to dear

Florida to try to learn a little CREOMULSIONCevcks .

FREE! more about art. I. ..11_ Ckeer. Colik' Acet* freacaitli ,

Sherman and Beverly Jo Crosby >,

BUTTONHOLEI attended the surprise "birthday ....,.
the*wMieef e d.*H h yer keit leevertlWe
WITH EACH party for Sidney Jackson at the FeF, Ilk* ell Fe>*. erler* 4* "leek Akee*" field
MACHINEPURCHASED home ofhls aunt Mrs. Earl Cook I Mxem ta tee*._.*.And tee el.nter wlndwI in Hs

I of Starke Thursday night.; WANTED to BUY rtea
'
Mrs. Frank Norman and children
WOOD
PULP
Mrs. W T. Crosby and C. D.Wadsworth .

of W\ldwood. spent i CROSS TIES

Saturday afternoon In Jacksonville.

Quite a few attended the Starke- and Pine Timber

Lake Butler football game In Lake ..Ir. ..". '
..... y.f **ir.M
Butler Friday night. ............ _100 _
Mlssei Mary Lou Alvarez and *i.t/.J/ Ie taeee.!*

Marlene Reddish of Jacksonville Will Pay "" ...- ,

were visiting their parents Mr. See it today at your

and Mri. Rodman Reddish and Highest Cash Prices XJlJL.lt, \

- Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Alvarez Mon Ford Dealer's

OUPON I day. FOR ANY SIZE- TRACT

STORES Mr. and Urs. Harry Lovell and ..

ME VACUUM I son, Johnny, and nephew, David .

Fla.P Adams, of Rockfleld. HI. visited
V. Forsyth Stt -Jacksonville. I Mr. and Mrs. Tiny Level/during -SEE-

like a free home demonstration of your folly the holiday*. E7McKINNEYAt ANDREWS MOTOR CO.

h f'teed rebuilt Singer Machine at $26.50. at no obI!- I i George a month'Lovell* visit.has with returned relatives afIter A.


ome. and friends in Winchester and Starke Taxi Stand

--.--- I Rockfleld, 111. He enjoyed the
... -------- PHONE 150
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-- snow but likes the Florida sunshine Madison & Adam Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA Phone 118"tr f
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________________....__.State---------- Glad'to see Richard Clark Jr. '. .. A.

D..1.1....,.. !>* ", Sl'IId Specific-Direction.- mJ L.J back In school Tuesday. Richard .'

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DEC 7-1951 1. 1 FRIDU' ]


BRADFORD COUNT TELEO........ 8TARKB. FLORIDA !'__E1 fR''
PAGE FOUR ,
certificate halO' filed S3 Bant.

Miss Bowers Weds Louise Stern PupilsIn Miss McRae To Wed Candlelight Choir 10.the t said Imiueil following certificates. thereon.for a Th tax. certificate: D..., to Gross I1nl.Name. In "

Cecil P. PrichardIn Recital Dec. 1 13 I V. E. ThorntonMr. Martha Smith's kindergarten Numbers and of Year the properly of Iauuaneethedescription and the MflcateH, ? "h.1I1 i Mil h i

pupils will be heard In a Candle- names. In which It wan assessed are ''rllf to law. r in"
.
1 In suchwill ,
Branford Church of Miss Choir Friday night, Dec. 14, : i "
\ students
The piano light "WrtnrToBte No. B9 Year of I..uNKM he ?''hl, ;
Louise Stern will be presented In a at 8 o'clock In the USO. The AnCC JIIay 11. A n. 1941. at*''the f'''''1'1 [11 j ,
'
'ndny' In
Christmas piano recital Thursday public Is cordially Invited. n..rrlpllnnnf Propprfyl .f laae, tli
NK, ,(.f N'\,',. portion *+. Township which I. ,
evening, Dec. 13, at 7:30: o'clockIn 5 Poi th. fiance. Z3 F..t.. 111 Acre uary, ,.
the USO building.All TITKKEY SITPEKThe Name In which aK..d. : C. C. 1M hated!. ihin,,

Gladys; Mooty friends and relatives, as wellas ladies! of the First Christian ""v'rYiflonte No. 73 Year..t T .u"ffsiWon (OFFICIALi ifit \ .
"1 1
Phone 35 the general public, are cordially A P. 1941. ,
I Church will give a Turkey Supperat Township cuth D""If I

1- ____ I _r r '1_" Invited. the American Legion Hall Fri- 8WBeet"" Inn 14. .. .
naZS. RiiHt. 40 Arrew.Nnme "
r rna '' .. Students taking part will be day night/ Dec. 7, beginning at 7 |l In' which assessed. : John h. 'i'he f.I.'t'
Miss Browning Junior Club Plans Barbara Ann Blankenship, Fran: p.m. Everybody l Is Invited. The Johnson.CertlflRte. ; I..h.h Jne..1..10.1 1'ourt 1lrcoh" or PII"h,
No. &1. Yenr of laiu- Roe t.
Weds C. H. Martin New Year's Dance !lln Starling, Mary Ann Long, Kay price is $1,25: with the assuranceof ""KsrVfrlonAoP: .Property Martha Ilrndf H. rd nh: ,I,on it, it. ).. nse... .
: .f ,
4 Hart Linda Hlldebran, Anne Matthews all you can eat. JameN Mnrl M II
4 PR"' of NWV, TCx: 2-A In BW Cor n"'OIIf",
Elects OfficersThe J:
Heightsin Mary Lou Edwards, Linda I
Keystone V 1-A of I KMi: { of SHVi of NWV. I 'F1
Hpckett Betty Ann Simmons, (),\UU OF TILVNKS ,section. 1. Township 8 South, Hanee Toll Jn n;, Jeer'Tn.\PI'F.\n
candlelight ceremony Junior Woman's Club held Carolyn Vickers, Gary Hildebran, 22 East 11 Acres. 'In "h'Vn'.liv, ,'d, ,
a lovely .
Name ,In which an c n performed Saturday afternoon, their regular monthly meeting o Linda Kay Sale, Jimmy Lawson, We wish to thank our many I'1..11. of \',, .inn i 1I.<, '
Dec. I, at !5 o'clock In the Key- Monday evening at 8 o'clock In the Barbara Sue Biggs, Frances Lan- 4 friends for the beautiful flowers Certificate No. 84 1941)YeAr). of Jisii' entitled ('nil" ', :
T
A plaint rued ,, .
. tone Height- Community CrchMiss club house drum. Bill Alderman Eddie Jlart- rIII and other expressions of sympathy I PesrrlpHnn of Property: Com 420 entitled, i ""M."iifith',>,
Julia Genevieve Browning, During the bunlness meeting mann Ann Bunch, David Canova :.. ft SE' ('lOr of HW". of SWIa. / seek a dlvmBradford r
in the death of our father and rnn'w II* ft N Dn ft K 115 ft S
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. plans! were discussed for the New Mary Katherine Wainwright, Bob nn ft tn pt of heir.. Section 21, bv .......lIrnal..I.r<.uut"\, I I I
Browning of Keystone Airpark, Year's Eve dance to be held at Smith, Mary Agnes Matthews, Bill 1 brother.-The family of K. L. ; Township 8 South Runa-v. 22 East which thin Drillonri ,, ",

became the bride of Clyde H ender the USO Monday, Dec 31, from Green, Shi Anne Smith, George Griffis. 'Name .In which assessed: JosephineEnersnn. \VO""N.OFFIf"'r.. A. week fin. I

lion Martin, son of Mrs. WC. 10 till 2 o'clock. The following] Patten, Betty Jo Starling, Jean Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae of 'ertlflcata. No 40 Year of IKBU- < At. RI'1.\.) A

Alderson of Berkeley Calif. Th committee chairmen were appointed Mundy, Lu Green, Carol Ann Starke announce the engagementand NOTHK OP APPl.K'tllOV. I,nn"e p..O'rl".llo"June 1, A of n. Property H41.! : Lot 8 (KlnrfrlaBy'brkClreuitCr ;

ceremony was performed by Dr : decorations, Mrs. S. M. Williams Rev, Elbert Bowers announcesthe Pickett, Beverly Jo Crosby, T. J. approaching marriage of their NOTICH Fall) I:* TAX 1IKRKBY" : :1) otVF.-l: W Tllk !, Oaha..ran> !''Siib-nivlMon Myrtle T. X>esvi> D. > (
O. E. Farrar. ; tttblc arrangements, Mrs marriage of his sister, MissLettle Alderman Jr., Martha Landrum, daughter, Gwendolyn Ruth, to that T. J. Alderman the holder or "Portion' Jl.Townwhlp 8 South, Tinnne/ |iiyr 4t ,

.. The; bride, who was given in Billy Dowling; refreshments, Mrs May Bowers, daughter of Sandra Johns Lex Green, Jr., Vernle Eugene Thornton, son of TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYY YYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT-----
marriage by her father, wore a. A. B, Baker; tickets Mrs Henry' the late John D. and Ida Pannell Nancy DuPre, rind Florence Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thornton also .

of. imported lace with tulle Godwin; orchestra, Mrs. Wm. Bowers of Starke to Cecil P. Pri Brown. of Starke.

The gown bouffant skirt was ballerina veil couple Svruggs.and Admission table reservations will be $3 may a chard, QMC, USN, son of Mrs.I The marriage will be solemnizedon A & P HAS EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO

Her ehouider-length Margaret Beach Prichard and the St. Mark's
length. be made with Mrs. Guy Sale at Auxiliary I Dec. 23 at 4 o'clock in the afternoon
was attached to a cap edged with' the Smart Shop late K. F. Prichard of Welch, W in the Pine Level Baptist

seed pearls and she carried a bouquet The Christmas program was pre- Va.The The St, Mark's Woman's Aux- Church. No Invitations are beings

of white shadowed carnationsand sented by Mrs Al K. Carlisle with marriage vows were readIn iliary held Its regular monthly I nt, but all friends and relativesof GET A HEAD START ON YOUR

orchids. the local Girl Scouts taking part. the Magnolia Baptist Church In meeting Monday. afternoon at the the couple are Invited to attend.

Mrs. William Lucas of Jacksonville The Scouts sang several Christmas Branford with Rev Bowers per- residence of Mrs. A. K. Carlisle. A reception will be held at the

matron of honoc, wore gold carols and read "The Littlest forming the ceremony before a The meeting was opened with de- home of the bride's parents fol-

satin with sweetheart neckline Angel" and "The Night Before group of clOHe friends, on December votional by the Directress, Mrs. the
lowing ceremony.
Her accessories were gold and she Chrl tmaa". 3rd at 12:30: noon. Mettle Gahagan. HOLIDAY MARKETING
I carried bouquet of gold chrysanthemums I The bride attractive
a Gifts were exchanged from a was In a During the business meeting .
tied with yellow satin gaily lighted Christmas tree with i Navy silk dressmaker suit trimmed Mrs. O. L. Beaiiley, chairman of Beta Sigma Phi t

ribbon.' the star of the East shining over- with brilliant buttons, complimented the nominating committee, presented Plans Xmas PartyThe
Mr. Martin had as his best man head. Toys were also brought by with white gloves and white names of the' new officers

William Lucas of Jacksonville. the members and will be given to felt hat trimmed with brilliants. for the coming year. Those elected annual Christmas party will

Ushers were Edward Van Stuckey, the needy at Christmas. She wore a shoulder corsage of I were: Directress, Mrs. Mattle be held by members of the Beta YORK

Jr. and Benjamin 11. Rose of Key- Delicious refreshments were white carnations Gahagan;; Vice Pres., Mrs. Della Sigma Phi sorority at their next '

atone Heights. served and a holly corsage presented Mr. and Mrs. Prichard are en- Hoover; Secretary, Mrs Stanley regular meeting Monday eveningat Lb. Bag (
Prof. Delbert Sterrett played the to each member and to the joying a week's wedding trip In Noegel; Treas, Mrs. H. C. Brown; 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. APPLES .5 39C

nuptial music, and preceding the visitor, Mrs Charlie Cowen, by the Southwest Florida. and Mrs. Cora Quattlebaum Norma Currie. '

ceremony Mrs. Sterrett sang "Be- hostesses. Mr. Prichard, who will return to chairman of Christian Education. The doll, complete with hand

cause" and "O Promise Me." Hostesses for the evening were his base In San Diego, Calif, after Assistant on Christian Education, made wardrobe, to be given away

For her daughter's wedding. Mrs.Browning Mrs. W. E. Dowling, Mrs. J. E. 30 days' leave, returned to the Mlsa Clara Leaman. by the sorority a few days before FRESH EMPERORGRAPES

selected a gown of hunt- Hardy, Mrs Jack Trawlck, Miss States last week after serving In Mrs. Lemuel Colson'presented an Christmas Is on display in Barks-
er's green Chantilly lace over gold Delia Rosenberg and Miss Louise : the Korean theatre of war Mrs. Interesting dale's window. '
program "The
cloth. She wore a gold hat with Stern. Prichard will continue her work Galilee to Amsterdam."on Those Lbs.
hoes, and mittens dyed to match The with the Starke S 2 25C
Junior Woman's club executive Telephone Co. un- taking
part In the To
program were: Dad Super Right Ready
r her gewn. Her corsage was a board met Nov. 28 at the til Mr, Prichard Is discharged from Miss Clara Leaman, Mrs. Mattie Big EmployeesTo

lavender orchid. home of Mrs. Henry Godwin. service Gahagan and Mrs Gene Be GuestsA
Noegel. Serve Cooked
Fully
Mr and Mrs. Browning enter- I
tained Immediately after the ceremony 'Home During the social hour the for
Christmas Dinner em-
WSCS Circles Demonstration hostess, Mrs. FRESH GREEN
Carlisle, served
with at refreshments To Eat
a reception Keystone ployees of the Big Dad Manufacturing Ready
; Inn. Greeting guests at the Met This Week Council Meeting Co. will be held In the

door,was Mrs. Benjamin H. Rose W.O.W. NoticeThe Methodist recreation building Friday Lb.
Mrs. Edward Van Stuckey, Jr. Members of the Methodist W. S, i Dittmar-Green Dec 21, at 12:30: ( o'clock. PICNIC HAMS BEANSPOTATOES S 19C
and Mrs. William J. WhlteHldc's C. 8. circles held their monthly executive\
meeting of the Wedding Date Set
\ presided at the punch bowl The meetings the first of this week.(\
County Council of Home Demonstration .
bride's book Mrs. Mrs. W. E. Middleton was hostess
was kept by
Work was! held Thursday Mr and Mrs. Floyd Green
'William B. Neel, Jr. Mrs H. L., to Circle 1 Tuesday morning in are I&CSTARKE
In the courthouse. The president, announcing the approaching F! u
served the bride's her home on N. Walnut street. mar';
:Morgan, Jr. i E 10 lb.
cake. Mrs. L. A. Davis leader, conductedthe Mrs W. E. Blgham Jr. of Brookcr, rlage of their daughter, Anlce to, FL-\ bag
i met with the council officers, club Harris Dittmar, son of Mr. and 49C
The bride's table was covered business meeting. This being
'
presidents and council delegates In Mrs R. Hood Dlttmar which will
i with heirloom cloth and Its Mrs DavU birthday, the members I
an
{ the morning session to plan for take place In the First Baptist/ Fri., Sat Dec. 7. 8
enhanced with clusters sang happy birthday to her and
beauty was
the next council meeting. :hurch, Friday, Dec. 21, at :5 o'clockIn DOUHLEFEATUREPagan -
of gladioli and white chrysanthemums. she was presented a ]little gift from '
January 22 was\ the date set the afternoon with Ruso Sliced
I the, hostess. Mrs W. G. Halle ( Rev. L. D. 12 Oz. Pkg.
and the Brooker Home Demonstration dines officiating.
After the reception Mr. !apil Mrs. /gave the devotional from Psalms Love
Martin left for the West Indies I 23, iittlng as her subject "Meek Club Invited the councilto Mrs. N. D. Rosier, sister of the Song t

The bride traveled In an ice blue' ness". Mrs T. H. Slade readfwveral meet In their community. Members brtde-to-be, will be her only at- ; STRAWBERRIES 25c
and Interested IV TKC'IINICOLOKKM :
ones are invited tendnnt. Rayburn Dittmar
suit with which she wore a pink, poems on Christmas Mrs of Tallahassee '
to attend this all : Williams Howard Keel
day meet will '
his
hat and gloves. Her corsage was Middleton, assisted by Mrs E. L I"- nerve brother as '
of lavender orrhlds. I Matthews, served a sandwich best man. -AND-
attended Casement course to the 13: members Council chairmen appointedwere
Mrs Martin present.
Junior College, while Mr. Martin' Circle 2 met In the Educational terior:, Mrs Home Thomas Improvement Brown Hampton Ex- PTA Meeting Set Texas Road Agent E :9..L':5: : ) Hersheya Pure Cane Granulated

educated at Helbelburg. Germany -' building Monday morning with ;
: was ; Food and Nutrition, Mrs. Tul- For Tuesday NightThe Leo Corlllo, Dkk l Foran _
Mrs H. M. RU-harde and Mr,. E. Ib.
Upon their return they will re-. I K, Perryman as hostesses Mrs. lle Norman, Hellbronn; Clothing, Also Serial and Cartoon SUGAR 5 bag 4SC
side at Crystal Lake. Rlcharde, circle leader conducted Mrs. T. W. Markey, Brooker; and regular meeting of the 4 to 6 Ib. average
the Publicity. Mrs. B. M, McRae. Starke PTA will be held In the Sun., :Mon.. Tues,
business Mrs J.
/ H. Ritch
Out of town guests attending, ..
Sunnybrook BUS cafeteria Tuesday. Dec. 11, Dec 9-tl
I
the devotional. Those
the wedding were Miss 'Stella gave taking
: Stocker Tallahassee; William I part on a very Interesting program Those present were: Mrs. H. C. at 7:30: p.m.Following. ''

Ainsworth, Jr., Gainesville; Lt. from The Methodist Woman were Wainwright, Mrs. E. M. Blount, a program of Christ- APACHE'DRUMSIS LB 39m Prices tn this ad effective ,thru Saturday, December

,,i\I Roger Dowst, Furlong Pa.; and Miss Kate Strut, Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs T. J. Alderman, Mrs. Floyd mas music, presented by students, 8th.
: Mr. and Mrs J. V. Morres, DeLeon Mrs. F. C. Holllngsworth, Mrs. Crosby, Mrs. W. C. Clemens. Jr., discussion groups will be formed TECHNICOLORStephen

, Springs. ,AJ.. Eul"Vhlgham and Mrs Bertha Mrs. E. L. Cox, Mrs. Howard Walt on the primary elementary, and McN'ally, Colleen Gray
reared A tea and sandwich Mrs. W E, Blgtiam and Mlsa Dorothy high school levels lor the purpose

I course was served to the 11 members Rosa, Home Demonstration of talking over what parents expect Wed.. Thur.- Dec. 12. 13 .
I: Friendship Class present Agent Mrs. Elizabeth Starbird, I of the schools and what teachers DOUBLE FEATURERHYTHM BACON ALLCOOD Lb.

: Has Buffet DinnerThe Circle 3. with Mrs. C. H. Quick Home Demonstration! Agent In expect of'parents.ZimmermanSmith. I :gAND 49C

I and Mrs. James Hobbs, hostesses, Putnam County was a guest I. INN

, Friendship Bible Class of met Monday morning at the home e .
:.t the Presbyterian Church met at the of Mrs. Quick on Washingtonstreet WCTU Members Jane Froze, KIrby Grant .
I
" F F. Stump/ home last Friday Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, circle Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith an- ANDTEXAS-
Meet
evening for their regular monthlymeeting. leader,_presided and the meetingwas At Tabernacle nounce the marriage of their \ FRYERS E S Grade: A, D&D Fla. Lb. 49
II I
i opened with prayer by Mrs "Ten Things We daughter Bertie Mae, to James
,I A' delicious buffet dinner A. Wood. Mrs. Are Thankful
S turkey C. E. Hernwall For" was the Edward Zimmerman, son of Mr.
subject of the devo-
was served preceding the business gave an Interesting devotional
on and Mrs. A J. Zimmerman of
tional
led by Mrs. Darden, at the "'m. Holclen, Claire Trevor
I' meeting from an attractively appointed Meekness from Psalms 25. Cake WTCU Langernere, pa. The wedding
,; dining table which held a and coffee were served to the 1.0 last meeting In the Tabernacle took place on Dec. 1 In Folkston, And! Latentv' Dressed and Drawn Grade
Friday afternoon.Mrs. f I.
Christmas centerpiece of reindeer, members HENS
'i; present Ga. S "A" g"
Quick "
;" holly and Christmas bells Burn- Jennie Thornquest vice Frozen Fowl 59

ing white tapers In silver holders Birthday Party president announced that the Prohibition P- (4 to 6 Lb. Average)

flanked the centerpiece. At other Party will be allowed'to

points of Interest in the Stump For Anne Matthews have a candidate for President in 'sOlun Ls

home were lovely arrangements of the forthcoming General Election, NU3UA\3N SIHI13: aziuo-HBd! no.< uaqu :aMVXSIW OM

yellow chrysanthemums The E. L. Matthews home was under certain conditions. She allow! no.\ 'a1rsl'U! ou K.jeq U.MOP aplsdn "I pe sl4L1DJJ1JWW03 SWEET PEAS 10\A 16 oz. cans
T. H. McNeill president of the attractively decorated in the stated that this news should be 2. 13C

Class, presided over the business Christmas motif including a very encouraging to all WCTUmembers 8)OJfJOf} O fllJlllPP.JAt
meeting at which time yearly reports small Christmas tree In the dining throughout the country.An .

were given. Plans were also room when Mrs: Matthews entertained enjpyable feature of the -

made for the Christmas party at .a birthday party Mon- meeting was a saw, and violin duet &01 HNOIM3MUVXS

which will be held at Avery Inn, day afternoon for her daughter, by Leonard Noegel andV.. B. 3DLUO SOd OX XX3N muv::>o'l T U N A Eatwell Light MeatGrated 6 ox. can
Dec. 28. Mrs. James Bunch was Anne who was celebrating her McKinney 23CMarcal
eighth anniversary '
appointed chairman of the nomi- ,
BOJJI
ja.vooji !
1HA\ (IJawao3SJJljdDJ6ooyd
nating committee. The dining room table was overlaid Ida Darby Circle
with a Christmas table cloth ? UutaojjOlOniS 11/,1
-
Woman's Club Plans centered with art arrangement of Has Tuesday Meeting Toilet Tissue 12c
red roses flanked by red burning TIDE 2 I 50c
NH38M3N T SIHHD Ige. pkgs. -
Christmas Tea tapers. At one end of the table The.Ida Darby WMU Circle held Marcal
was the whit. birthday cake embossed Its social meeting in the TEL ; Tissue Hankies 9c Or Giant Pkg. 69c

VTh tffarhe Woman's Club will In green and red and at the Class Room of the Baptist Church
eI J'.ft N 1/ 3 (I Olt' 311.1 With Your lOc Proctor &
II
hold Ita.,regular monthly meeting8ti Tuesday afternoon with ?
other end was a punch bowl of 14 members Marcal
Christmas' .tea Wednesday lime sherbet and ginger ale, topped I present The circle leader, .883'1 J03LSf3tI 3JJJ. [ Napkins 12c Gamble Coupon _

artenllx) at 3:30: o'clock Ira the with red cherries. Mrll.V.. L. Andrews presidedover '
club house. Games Ute meeting. jLSxid sn a as Marcal 3 lb. 89c
16cCRISCO
were played during the j Tea Napkins can -
,Mrs. L. A Canova music chairman afternoon and Collection was $23.70: $12.70was -
prizes were won by I ; -. With Your lOc Proctor &
S3WVHJS3WOD
will be In charge of the
\ Jeanne Pollet, Pat Harper, Ann given for the Louie Moon
. varied Christmas program of Mills Chi Istmas offering. and $7 for the 3MVW 3MS6'Z Cut-Rite Waxed Paper rl. 2Sc Gamble Coupon _
readings and appropriate music. ,
A miniature cardboard train WMU pledge. Get well cards were ,
Hostesses for the afternoon will to be sent to Mrs. W. B. Alexanderand JOY Bottle 15c
drawn by Santa Claus held favors -
be Mrs. J. H. Dupre; Mrs. E. M. Mrs Hazel Paulk. : Gerbers
of Christmas l balls filled with bubble $ IOIJX With Your 15c Proctor &
Davis Mrs. P. L. Bridges Mrs. C.
Mrs. C. A. Knight suggested''' Strained Baby Food .
) J. Frazier Mrs. E. L. McKnlght gum. Christmas;: parties for WMU mem- FI' SltUlaod! 8 lOc Gamble Coupon --

Mr.. F. J. Pellum Mr.. T. H.McNeill. Helping Anne to celebrate the bers who are shut-In. The circle 39c
and Mrs. Ed. Simpson was greatly in favor of this I Ballards Staleys Syrup,
occasion were a few of her third suggestion ilVIOHdS SVWJLSIUHOfssauisng Flour, 5 Ib. bag 55c
and the following committee
grade school chums and neighbor. Old Dutch Cleanser 1
Woodman Circle was appointed to carry It r _
hood friends and her maternal ..
: out: Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs Kretschmer or Bottle -
All members of the Woodman grandparents Dr. and Mrs. W. E James Lewis, and Mrs. Eunice E

Circle are invited to a Christmas Middleton and her paternal grandparents Wilson / asp SJ"1J." Wheat Germ 31c

party In the WOW .hall Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mat- The members met In the dining A & P FOOD STORE

evening: Dec. 11 at 7:30: o'clock. thews. room for a Christmas program and B"Suni3id] : Snowdrift 3 lb. can 99C The Great Atlantic and Paclfle Tea Co.

Bring a gift not to exceed over hOc Assisting Mrs. Matthews In car refreshments served by the com- :

and fruit for refreshments ing for the little guests was Miss mittee, ]Mrs. A. E. McKinney and : Entire Contents CopyTight.1950Wesson

This will be a closed meeting.: Madge Middleton, Anne's aunt. Mrs L. O. Hazen. -=- -- .-- '- Oil, qts. 65c 300 East Call St.

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I, 7. 1981 BRADFORD COUNTY" TELEGRAMl. STARK. FLORIDA .- -- PAGE FIVE
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n. .1 Mr and Mrs. R. E. Mundorf Miss. Louise Stern and Mrs. Joe Ming June Caldwell formerly :sscc cs ; spent Saturday afternoon shopping I Hill Williams of Lake Butler are State Farm and who I.! now making g
in Jacksonville. attending the Music Teachers her home with her brother tn-

.1i Mr. and Mrs. Holcomb Kerns meeting In Sarasota for three law and M 1 ter Mr and Mr. A I

moved last week to ir mat ilia to \V. Anderson l Jr. in Ventura, SPECIAL'S
days.Mr.
stay with Mr. Kern's grandmother. and Mrs. Eric Moore of Calif. la now working In the Naval i

IN THE NEWS/ i Mrs. ff. R. Holcomb until Mr. Douglas, Ga. spent the weekend and Seabee Base at Hueneme (near
Kerns goes Into service Ilec 13. with their son-in-law and daughter Ventura). Calif.

---- Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Ira O. Harris. Pvt. Julian Green of Fort' Sill |

Sr.t j I son, Allen flf Sanderson visited Sunday they visited Silver Springs. Okla. !is spending his l -dllY furlough LADIES.I ,
!.II'S. I* Peek Dr. and Mrs. T. Arthur Men-ley Mrs. Ada Alexander and Miss Wilma Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shallrr with his mother. Mrs M. J.
,. MIS.. S. L. Peek Jr..I I of Delray Beach arrived Thursday Alexander Sunday morning. lion Ray Tilley and Mrs. Jessie Green and with his brotherinlawand '

". ,'ked were Mr. and i iII I to spend the weekend with their Mr. and Mri John M. Wiggins )! Smith were in Jacksonville shopping staler Mr. and Mrs. Harold have heard about J
luttlc! Jr. and daugh-I son-in-law and daughter. Rev. and of Jacksonville were Sunday guests. ,, Saturday evening. Gray you --- I i i
,.t\, "of Cincinnati Mrs Thomas O. Mitchell. The of Dr. and Mrs.' M. B. Herlong. Mrs. Millard F. Jones of Rocky Mr. and, Mrs. Gene Camel I of K

Mrs.! Roy M. Ward and Mitchells also had as overnight The Herlongs also have visiting Mount N. C. spent a few days this Daytona Beach were dinner guests THIS NI K W p sop-1
,nd Darby Peek of Lake I guests Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. them this week, Dr. Herlong's sis week with Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Sunday of Gene's uncle and aunt 9
'O. C. Scrivener of Lake Como and ter. Mrs. S. J. Edwards of Jack Adkins. Mr. and Mrs.V.. A. Scott and AUTOMATICg \)
amen Moore and baby I: Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Rutland of sonville. Mrs. Merrill Edwards and daughter grandfather F. A. Scott !

Sally Ann returned i Gainesville. Mrs. d. W. Grogan and Miss Mary Lou visited Mrs. Ed- Friend l of Miss Marian McRtte

I B st Vincent'a hospitalIY I Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Irwin of Doris Elliott of Griffin Ga. are wards' sister Mrs. James Kln- will reuret:, to learn that she is ill\ i

IY, I Alachua were overnight guests visiting Mrs. Grogun's son-in-law chen, In Jacksonville Saturday ,with flu In the Alachua General MAGIC CHEF
>1r$. J. R. Hill of Wednesday of Mr and Mrs. O. S. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Hospital.C. I
1 were guests Wednes- I Newcomb. Shepherd this week were called to St Simon's Island R. Moore and family of f
Thursday of Mr. and :Mrs I Mrs. Guy Andrews of the Starke Mrs J. F. Rogers of Jackson- Ga. Sunday\ \ evening!\ by the sudden Archer visited his mother Mrs. D.

Motor Court and Mrs. C. L. Schollof ville spent the weekend with her death of Mrs. Nollman's W. Moon over the weekend. Sun- i
I Jgranscomb of Orlando the El Rancho Motel attendedthe 'daughter. Mrs. T. Frank Landrum brother-in-law W. T. Oliver Sr. day afternoon they visited the RANGE E i I
lames Mathews were District meeting of the Motor and family. Mr. and Mrs Ed Ensor of Jacksonville Lands at Theressa and Mrs. T F.
guests Wednesday of Court Association in St Augustine Mr. and Mrs. James Culbreathof were Sunday guests of Brown and sons in Hampton MODKL. 26Af

)yrs", L A. Davie Wednesday. Orlando were guests Wednesday Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Mrs. Harold llatirock Is the '
evening of last week of Mr. Mrs. Alma Hancock and grandson /guest of Mr. and Mn.V.. A. i

and Mrs. Maxie Carter. O. J. Cannon of Miami and Scott after visiting relatives in COMPLETELY i iI
MADAM RITA Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Dowllng Sr. MI'!'. O. C. ''McCrary of Sylvester Deland and Orlando and will .
visited Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Britt Ga. were guests the early part of leave Jacksonville Thursday to return
INDIAN PALMIST In Ocala Sunday. the week of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. to her home in North Bay. ( INSTALLED

She will tell Maxie Carter Jr. and Pr. O. L. McCrary and Mr. and Mrs J. A. Canada. Mrs. Babcock Is a sister- 5
your past, prexent' future andanxuer 0g
Haynes were hunting In the big Christmas.Mr. in-law of Mrs. Scott.
all quemlon. :She ulll tell yon, If scrub ove the weekend. and Mrs. J. B. Dnnsby of Mrs. D. L. Sllcox Mr and Mrs. 6 ONLY i

r t you are married or Hlnglt. If In trouble Mrs. Lois Howling of Daytona Perry were overnight\ guests: Sat Vernon Silcox and non Davis, t i

she will till you how to make a happy Beach was the weekend guest of urday of Mr. and Mrs R. O. Dana- visited Mr. and Mrs Ralph Cox in r.o'

home. Don't fall to .we lier. Reading rnnfldentlal. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews. by. Both families visited the B. Live Oak Sunday.D. This beautiful' Magic Chef t1
S. Dansbys. In Orlando Sunday. L. Thomas B. T. Thomas gas
9 A.M. to 11 1>.1'1. S
Friends of Paul Knight who Is is: specially! priced during our Holiday
Miss Sara Barefoot, of Panama and Lavcrne Outlaw are pending
Radio Director in Germany
LOCATED AT THE NITE OWL I a will be Interested Munich to know City spent the weekend with her this week hunting at their camp Special. It brings you top performnnce f!
t
Just North of City Limits U.S. 301 that he attended the North Treaty parents Mr. and \frl. P. M. Bare at Salt Springs. plus longIlastlng'dependabili.- n I
Pact conference for Radio Free Mr. and Mrs T. A. Yawn Jr. ty. It has: so many exclusive: features Small }) fI
foot.Mr. and children OH'{N I AlI BNT
moved Thursday
Europe In Rome Italy which con and Mrs L, \tO. Jordon of 41 such as the Red Wheel oven heat \)
Manseto
from the Presbyterian
vened there on Nov. 23. Mr. Ovleda were Sunday guests of Mr. regulator-the one-piece top burner
Hal. IN 78 {H'EEJKS{
the Mrs. Bertha Pearce
and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. JI
Knight wrote his parents. Col. and K units-large fully insulated' oven-
Mrs. D.oJ.. Knight: "Just finished Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hazen of house on South street recently!' occupied Swing Out Broiler \
II a broadcast to- Munich which Center Hill were visiting; Mr. and by the AI K. Carlisle F plus many P
featured a speech of General Mrs., L. O. Hazen Sunday. Col. H. C. Wan has been attend- others. See this and 'other :MAIC!

Elsenhower's. Will be here! for Bradford Locke of Green Cove ing to business. In Washington, D. CHEF specials today. n

Dedicated To Community Service several days and then fly back to Springs was the guest Sunday of C. l II" week and In Puerto Rico ,
"Movie Are Better Than Ever" Munich. Have not had time to do Miss Sharon Hall. this w..k.Mr. .

any sightseeing but have seen Mr. and Mrs. H:. P. Miles visited and Mrs. A. E. McKinney
Dec. 8 ONLY Sun.. Mon. Dec. 9, 10 enough to know that I like It very their nephew Alva Dennard., at had as. Sunday guests Mrs. Me-

l BLE FEATURE o" ...................... ...........t? much here." the Naval Air Station Sunday Kinney's brother and alHter-in-law i \ :
.. Mr and ]Mrs I. H. Hazen and son
; Mr. and Mrs. L S. Hutto and CENTRAL FLORIDA f {
I s J'llilmrt..i
( / family had as their guests over Hugh of Jacksonville and her
: the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Albert other brother, H. S. Hazen of Cen-

a'MIIANDiTIERNf'cur 1 .WAITIf I Williams and children of Oxford ter Hill.
and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lewis and Mr. arid, Mrs. E. D. Tenly were

.__ family of Jacksonville. In JackHonvllle .Sunday visitingMrs. I r
*e.MHTtR if MMtA I K wu.WIU1AM,-w m*.KEIGHLEY--x.- y.m lone n rim.. home ..r I'lK, Mrs Ned Yency was shopping Tenly's parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. GAS & APPLIANCE
CO. ,
.., .
I
I' u. "(ur of Tomorrow" Cartoon Ilnn'1 itrnli a *jh' el and tsrtdir In Gainesville Saturday Walters.. :
.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Seymour and
and Latent World NEWS Call Florida Kendcrers Mrs. F. F. Flume Mrs. G. B.
1 I sons were In Jackxonvllle Thurs
Colson and Mm R. A. ColHOn and
t Free HeiHiviil of .......
Prompt day afternoon of l last week. .
Tues., Wed. Dec. 11, 12 4 rlpuleil or WorthleiM I.lienlvfk daughter Margaret spent Mon b 119& W. CALL ST. STAIIKE. FLA. ;
day In Jacksonville. shopping.Mr. Mrs. Ralph Begue and Mrs. Peggy ?
\ STEWART DIETRICH Ph. Gainesville 3.r)0: Collect and Mrs. Harold, Gray and Shatter attended the stork |SM 'to.O'. & .
b ... Mrs. M. J. Green and Eugene Lee shower of Mrs. Regue's sister Mrs. 4 4 +bW w4s ;,
Starke132 were visiting relatives in Miami W. D. Mobley In Jajksonvllle'
1 c r c c Ptc J t over the weekend. Thursday evening of last week

Miss Dnrnlhv' .Tnhnm nrwlT1ue. ;J
'wTMtcAOOtn ud aIM DUtaAlee.la : f i
M Birt wars PnnfticM S COiMKtti 1 *y Hi dlat ;; drove 1 't Brooksvllle TTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTT ONE 'STOP f
ti IBB f SUDS COLUMBIA PICIUKM.M "f1 Sunday to /get the latter's sister

-AND :': Miss F'syVatson., who nerved as :u
----- JlI'fHE 1tauwe i SANTAp f fSous model for Hilda when she. took her I SHOPPING
:
: ild
.I Senior State Board Beautician examination I ( h KOCt G
scums_ t" In Tallahassee Monday
'S s'hlssilt. ;\'It tatty Ca..on, l: n Miss. Hilda Watson In an operator .t

SAfU6v"li "Football WinningVay" !Short; PRE-CIIR1STMAS iu Ruby Johns Beauty Shop. > .r. ; CENTER : ,
,1 Vt
\ Feature and Nvun / Mrs. Charles Darby and Mrs. J.
D"D" CAI OII"1I/TtIIII1 t RUG .. ...
R. .
a./n c Wainwright spent Monday and f "" "' ,
uAMANDA Thur., Fri.Dec.. 13, 14 SALE Tuesday in Jacksonville spendingthe : ) I
Duaaalauae.Ir5rnwwrtplg night with their slater Mrs Gifts For The
I CUMMINGS ROBERT ..F. >Urr rA tc J A. I, Spencer.n aj 1. STORE I" I''

PLUS G ><> <'t: '1'" o'a n \IIOIKIIlife .
t of the ....... H..UI llriinrtiiiriilTallHhiifHi Entire ,
COURT Family
isible Monster" -. Kli rlilaJ
AIND'G
JEROME
I"GEM | .{.
J I/.c ,
.. 'iitiilM' j nfil I 9 "
JEWELRY tIS.'a'III."a |0> .'.U..II'
SERIAL ,,..:.. J $.uIt'd bide will In rv'-ulvvil, MlTallahuHaee .

And I1 a until Florida Id',..III Lam A.M.QiiallfliidConuattora tlibT); ).
on th21 Ht day. of Lie inlmr., lUCil J. J i.: f f

EORGIE ande 1 | SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY 1, Inn for unite:.projm'ta the Project.'onMu'uctl"n: Jobo.'. of the. :UNAI-Ill follow : SHOP HERE

DRAGON" "Quality has No Suslilule"l State load No. H.22II: .hradfun
l 1J ,County' from State Kuail No tl& ti
1-bus "Ilo L Ion. Please" t New Mlver. Work connlntn' of pas-
CARTOON Ing I and l Incidental. livmx A o-iti 1
fled, check 'In the amount" of j
UIIIIO.OU will b. is
reuulmd aMONEY I
For each. ..
proposal a c rtlfl dcheck. :
.
In the .amount atatud. above SAVE
.
made payable. to the chairman of )J
the the Slate lluad. Department with __
nvcenHitry Staler liumimentary "
Stamps. attained must accompanyeach 6 Men's' Fully Guaranteed. Shock Proof
bid. All certified. ch.,'ka shell I
date l.." certified for receiving within II"hid.claya Caahlvra'chrcka of t the WRIST, WATCHES 13.95 TOYS TOYS TOYS I

will not be accepted.All .

ll 1 1F work flans to, tie Hpeclfk-atlona done. tn accordancewith and Elec. Phonograph 9.95 ft !\.
N .Hpnclal I'rnvlalona of the State RoadDepartment Q Men's and Ladies'
"tipeclal attention la
called to Hperlal 1'rovlnlona which p 17JKWKLWATCHES DOLLS 95c to 14.95
will be furnlnhed with such pro-

pu..al.I'lan. .and/or pn.pciHuU will befurnMhed B B GUNS 5.501
to Quallfl l Contractnra
upon appllrallnn to this office for. (Plenty of im'n on Hand)
the corn of sul.no, which will b. refunded
If a> reyuhir bid'* ul"nl"I. 52.50 {I
No propoeala will tio limund unl.nNreiiurnta
.
are received. at l least 94 g Assorted GamesFor II ,
hour prior .
to opening bliln.
All hid.. must show totals for each. the ChildrenAutos'
Item and fatal. .amount of bid In- .I'AKKEK .
c 4I ,
served .n the cover of the proposal 72.50
The rlirht' .la ...rrved. I., reject any FLAMENAIUfSrnur; ,
..
.
= or alt hh. Bicycles
$TATe TInA I. KPAHT.MBNT .;
e OF riXlHIIJA t Ronson Lighters 6.50 ,
Alfred A. McKethan. Chairman up Tricycles All Size Wagons
Han I'. Turnbull. 8tat Highway
Engineer. O ,
11/7 2t 1J/M Large Selection ,
Cowboy Suits Guns
and Seta
.. ttrrmlt ('..n. "....,..* Cnealr.Klerl4ai g BILL FOLDS 1 to 12.50 -
I.. I'arver, Plaintiff "a. Eugene
1>. Carver IJefendant. Table & Chairs
.
S
< .... No. 1101 ,
Order nf PvbtleattoB *.. Retire. To
A r>le.p| mete 4>f I.rada T.lHiKene other GIFT IDEAS J
never traveled further. I. '.:. Unknown ll. Carver., whose residence. Doll Carriages G''

penny .
You are required to appear on
January' 7. UU.. In the ahnve namedCourt G Parker 21 & 51 pen & Sets i $5.95Roller
and ...u.... wherein plaintiff <<
eeeka. divorce, support money, et1.Ftradfopd Shaeffer Pens & Sets
A penny's worth gasoline will take you a mile or more in County Telegraph nhallpublleh .

the smart,new Fashion Academy Award winning Henry JIh I* weekly. I laauea.Vltne thla order. In next four t Electric Razors (Schick & Skates ,

That's a fact-because the Henry J's lively Supersonic \ ,'.. my. hand ,and official. Remington) Mix Masters r
seal at Ktarke Florida thla liecem- g =
than h Engine is engineered to deliver up to 30 miles to the gallon! her 1, 1961.IOFFICIAI.. $3.95 G
in I the I HRAt.) A. 3 Thomas, Toast Masters Warren
.
Beat of all, you can own a trim precision-built, new I A. Clerk of old Court.n t B
Myrtle T. Deavtr. Deputy Clerk.Chaa. .
Henry J for a* little as $3-$ a month if your trade-in car I K. Heaa, 2D4-0 Ouaranty, MffHl.lir. Blenders Electric Percu- Xmas Light Bulbs 7c ea. G I

t is a post-war model in good condition I Atlya.., .lark.nnvllle.for.flf., Fla.12/7 4ttit* G lators Large Assortment Tree Balls 5c up .

S This is the Ideal time to switch to a brand new Henry J- ''I.. ftrrmlt r...... HraiUerd ......tr. p Men's Gift Sets Large Assortment Tree Trim Outdoor Lights +
the thriftiest heet-built car in the low-price field] ] rh.rde1c f toeaeery' '
smartest orralne x...hnabel.. Plaintiff va Ladies Gift Sets Xmas p d
Kenneth J. rkrhnabel. r5.f.ndant. \}} Ribbons & Wrappirr ,
Before spending another dollar on your present car let C... No. iHrtl 0 .

"Sere l..# -.L'.,.. r your Kauer-Frazer dealer give you the fact,on the Henry. J t I' Order Or.P.................. And !W.".. TrCCpes.1 g Children's Cosmetics Paper Wonderful Assort- (1 '
! e
fit rie rMa Tel
1ad >
B Cimbe. .of 9 r... Kenneth J. Mchnabel... whneareeldenre u Boxed Chocolates, 1 lb. 89c up ment of Xmas Cards '1 I
tUonN.X-My See KalterFrazer dealer and addreea l I. MIOIFiOII.nih ,
,(I IDae new your nearest T. C. Maine pVd' | .. MAPI Kanttnl ff _,.....n..nmns._,_,_,_,___ y an t
car you can reafly count on for Area Mempated. L I.. New TTTTTTTTTTTTTTffTTTTTTTTfTfVTTTT Q |

trouble-free performance. The biggest $ IQ O t.-."v FUJ_,...".,.".ral teas York You are required to appear onJanuary ff Use Our Lay-Away Plan 5
money Mver 1'.. ever dri.eal. / Me'eee'leMlMefteerJeWeMM /_ 7. 152 In the above named '=
Court and wherein. plaintiffeeeka 1) !
.. eauae.
r..n.tu uw .._un.......... .....,..,''' rri> .dJ.cJM-. ekANt.ed- divorce euMmlr. of minorchild A444444 A4444A44 .4.4 4A 444.4.44 4 .
and other relief TTadford
County Telegraph aball publish thla A'I i
.
Order 'In next four. weekly laaneaWltneia i

IBBY SALES & SERVICE seal. at rel.r.my...hand Florida and, Ihta official November KOCH DRUG
in( 1961OFFICIAL STORE
( A a BRAt Clerk) of A pall:J Thomas Court. | Ie

B. Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk
'pIe Stark Fla. Phone 32 Alan c. winter Jr. 41 Smith Buildln -
Ave. and Pratt St. JarkannTlll. Florida, cciec cKciC cKae.
Ally, for Flf./ ll/l 41 11/21 .
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SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARVE, FLORIDA FRID.n'- nF.CT.=--.:: 1 JltR ,
PACK I =-.:'
i I used recently- by J. M Edwards, month of NO ,be. ,
II I YYYYYYYYYYYTYTYTYYYYYTTYYYYYT.YTYYYTTYYYYYYYYYYYr thing. They have to be fed. Jr. and D. E. Knight to plant oats I- ly appre lat, d t

Sam started.e.to hoc the 10,000 CONSERVATION FARMING I and rye for winter grazing. cul-Mr Adding :3laohint5' ;';
r FARMER'S Knight also used the district's and
Po
berry patch by himself (and Alice Typewriter sold l
I tipacker to seed Hubam clover on ford en tlme_
,
helped too) but between the two lly George Brown, ConservationistPlans his freshly-seeded rye to provide Counts Tl'J'gra, / .
DIARYBy of them they did not get much Rosier
James
i additional grazing
done and all the patch needs hoe-

I Sam McCarvey: I ing, Sam went out and hired some for conservation farmingwere to the .dl trlct by the Mate have of Lawtey has on been his using farm.the pasture -
Paul
chopper Mr. and Mrs. Meng
l hands to get in and do the work of .
" completed on the farm of J. made possible the purchases A
will be to -
The author glad receive
birth of
.. nounce the a daughter
In a situation like ours, there Is 1 1a W. of Brooker of farm machinery
Kelly recently several pieces scientist with
; Items of toter.t concerning William HaBIt, soil Alachua General
Dec 1 In the
the activities of farmer In 3 tendency to try to do everything; These plans Include a land-use which are available to cooperatorson SCS. has been preparing land POLICY

i! Bradford County. HiiftK<**. U n* maybe yourselves and we have Jim map, which gives the cooperator a a rental basis to assist them In capability maps In this district pital.
about found out that that is a blue print of the farm he wll conservation practices.
left at the Telegraph office or applying recently. Projects worked on In- -
{ mailed to Stun McGarvry, Lan tey, serious mistake You Just can'tget have In the future when Improved, Recently the district signed a clude John Denmark's Santa Fe :Mr. and :Mrs. Harvey M.
1
done to make it ,
enough pay
protected and maintained the conservation memorandum of understandingwith
Florida Stock Farm, and the farms of
.l ; or at leapt so It seems to us. Then, I way. These plans also the State Game & Fresh llama announce the birth of a
Frank L. Tom-
... B. Hlnson,
Henry
& & Luther Benjamin, on Nov. 24
u.au..u.uuu.u....uunfuuaau.u.sin -- again, when are hoeing your
you the district with which
provide an Insight Water Commission agree
llnson E. L. Kelly, C. E. Andrjws
the Alachua General Hospital.
: Took Alice up to Jacksonville Bradford County told us that own berries, for example, if you Into how each cooperator plans to to provide wildlife planting ma- Paul H. Faulkner, and J. R. Wainwright -- mtutkIk1

1 during the week to get the SIN Blondie was not bred, the gilt I la do the work yourself, you fuss Improve and protect his land thus terials In limited quantities to co- I Mr. and Mrs. James T.

: ver Meteor so that she could stay Knowing up now with pigs andIt too much with each plant, with enabling the district to assist the operators for planting on their :Mr. Haas plans to be in the of a
are happy parents
. Have looks If are to : the result that you never get cooperator by any means available. farms. If adequate care and at-
ci with Pop during his illness. as we going get district again the week of Dec. 10 Sally Ann, born Dec. 1 in St.
I had no word ae yet an to hie con another batch of pigs after all done. Funds recently made available tention Is given to these plantings If you should be fortunate enoughto cent's Hospital t

a ditlon and so can only hope that But, a. they say around here, you Going to depart from breeding and then we stop grumbling. ButIt they will provide winter feed and meet him in the field he will be I the'I

y he Is comfortable and Improving. have, a hard time telling about a to a registered Duroc male, and still la a tiresome job. cover for quail, thus enablingmore glad to demonstrate the art of
TEEN TOWN
j Also took Mom who also had to gilt. Anyway, we are still not out least breed lien- to survive the winter and mapping land capability to you.
for this once at ,
visit because of serious sickness of the hog business, as we had( restock the fields In the spring TOPICS
I rietta to Harold Eunice's registered After trying to locate a dog I
1 on the other side of the family. I planned to bn, and In fact if Spotted Poland China male that would help catch the 'possum 'Close To My Heart'To ..- ,. -*. .
So with both hie wife and his Blondie has a good litter we guess The Bradford DISTRICT Boardof
Teen Town Barn Dance
that is chickens
i. We really believe that it Is nota raiding our we
11 mother in the frozen we'll change our plans and met Nov. 20 To I
j away up keep Supervisors on Coming
good Idea because It seems gave up on that and decided thata at 8 o'clock Friday night
! '-- North, Sam is on tils own. But her as a brood sow. We'll be satisfied very and at this meeting the rental for LiCe'
that red pigs sell the best, and steel trap would do the job. So 'Florida TheatreRay in the USO building. There
I it will be worth It If Alice's being with from six to eight good that the more uniform the litter set the trap beneath the carcass use of the grain drill! ,was, set. up be planned programs for the en lu=w
up there gives comfort and help to pigs from the gilt. At least now at 7nc per acre, WIth fa minimum I
of the half-eaten hen and
: will
I Is, the better they sell. But Harold hopeto Mllland and Gene Tierneyare evening. Square dancing
. her Pop during this time. our problem is solved about whatto charge of $J. Rental on the pasture A
, has sold us on the fact that SPC 'get the varmint that way. co-starred in "Close to My called by Mr H. B Crosby Family'sBest :
S feed her as we know now that chopper was set at 60c per
pigs put on weight faster, and Heart", a compelling drama of A musical program, given-
.; the will have pigs.S with a minimum charge of
Sold Henrietta's eight acre,
S he may be right. Anyhow, we'll It has taken Sam almost three romance showing at the Florida several students will
' which weighed 215 Ibs. ( plge// try to find out. We wormed Hen years to learn to open feed sacks $5. Theatre Sunday and Monday.They the square! dances. There will Friend
| lb. average) at nine weeks at |>ld six cockerels from the correctly. Doesn't make him The purchase of a rotary type
I we'll breed her and Brad
rietta and Just play Midge a prize for the cutest dressed !
hatch of 200 New I
Farmer's Produce and Livestock Hampshire pullets sound bright, but it's the truth. mower was discussed, but action Charley E. John
as soon as we can.Hoed Sheridan a couple happily married and girl. The snack bar will
)
Market at Gainesville and did: we bought and are raising e was postponed until the next meet- until
realize the void in their
they
with refreshments.
wonderfully\ well with them. They I (they guarantee 95 per rent pul- According to "Pop" Moore and Ing scheduled for Dec. 28 at 6:30: open Agency
1 I lets) and at the of a few the 250 broccoli plants we the of the life. It Is when they decide to do The price of the barn dance
age
.; brought 34 cents a ]b., which popped have out in the field and they George Roberts of Lawtey there p.m., preceding meeting Phone IS
I .1 the market, and we were really, days less than nine weeks old Have fairly was a mule hanging around the Cattleman's Association. The something about It that a series lOc for couples and 15c for STARRED
look pretty good. a
J pleased. Without bragging, we can I Ii the six of them weighed 17 Iha, good stand but as we have some Lawtey Market Platform the supervisors wlBh It to be under- of dramatic events follows, bring. This dance la open for -

i i record that we have topped or almost) a 3 lb. average. We are more' plants, believe that we'll reset other day. They said he was waiting stood that these are open meetings, ing a dramatic climax when Mil-. from the eighth grade
,\t market three out of the last four! very pleased with the way these until school hours were over, and anyone interested in conservation I ..'IS-.
where we have little plants, land finds himself face to face 19 years of age only. -
1 I i I times we took pigs to market (and i chicks have grown and attribute fn that results so he could go by the school zone farming or district actlv- I ... .....
and more
way get with condemned killer at San Teen Town wishes
I their rapid growth to 1)) Alice's attend. a to
the other time we got 30 cent ,i the amount of labor. without being arrested by the tles Is invited to I PUprauntlna THE TRAVELERS
from ,
./ j 'which was very good too) and we i good care of them, 2) the aureo- I same Town Marshall for speeding. The dlHtrlct's grain drill was) Quentln's death house. Rotary for chaperoning for Hilt!
little
Aa soon as they get a bigger .
j I4think i that Is pretty good for a myecln which we added to their I

' 'couple of beaten-up Yankees. Incidentally .I feed, 3)) the milk we have been we're"soda."going to give them some ,.ranre a ,
r
1 \ while waiting to unload 1 able to give them. We of course e
'" )the pigs, a very big hearted fel do not think that this Is by any
''I !now offered us 20 cent a Ib. for means a record, but we are sure The pullets are putting weighton

. ,them and after seeing what they that for us It Is doggone good. so fast that they are Just about v
aides of the brooder +
I busting the
|brought by auction, we wonder If
,this fellow wasn't the biggest hog Might know that as soon 'as house, so as a temporary measure, ,
the market that Alice left we built a little 12x17 "sun porch"for r
, [at Jay things (bad) would Yl
I aa.w
f. e start to happen. Sam heard a them outside so that they can

i Well, after practically everyone noiRe down at the hen house one get some sun, and we'll have a '

'. ,' night, popped out of bed, and place to throw them some greens

: '(Afraid To Eat threw a beam of light down there, Later on, guess we'll have to let
, them roam over the pasture
and as they seemed to be quiet, v
Always Troubled S e
O
( he decided It was the fool hen who

'j 'With Upset Stomach was again trying to end It aU Got just a taste of English peas

And as he had a heavy cold and from a row we planted a while

felt miserable he said the heck back. and they were so good we
I "Everything I ate seemed to upset with It and went back to bed. can't wait until the next row
; : my stomach until I was afraid Next day he discovered comes Into production. In the .
ito, eat. I was tired, weak and run a partially -
,
.
eaten meantime, we have to plant more.
hen the
on roost and decided
[down from slowly starving myselfbut S eAt
\
, > I knew it was useless to ever that tho varmint was the Presenting the Great 7
It (try to eat a good full meal until 1 possum he saw in the fields In last getting to work and
back of our place. building up the Roadstand Goingto _
about and tried INNER-
,
, {Bread .
.
, try to build It KO that It really
(TONE. That was the day thing
Forming is I looks like something, and also so
want a very good life
't {changed for me-I eat what I
1 when things are going all right that we will be able to work better -
j and my meals are a pleasure
, I praise{ INNER-TONE to the sky.- (and still Is when a lot of things In It. Building blinds to keep Mw./952

,-This Is an actual testimonial go wrong) but we think It's a the sun off our produce, as the

ti {,INNER-TONE Is (,he new mixture pretty tough time when you geta sun will wilt the best vegetablesand
.
S *
with blood building IRON and out In the morning and milk and

''nerve strengthening VITAMINS feed and hoe, and go get feed, and Have been advised that we
I :B-1 B-2 and B6. It has relieved could do well raising egg plant,
, (many people who had never beer do the million and one things that and we think perhaps there may

ireally helped before by any medl- must be done Up North, when be something to It.Ve had onlya "with -

" :''clne. Taken shortly before meal you got cold, you phoned the row of it In the Kitchen Gardena, Speetae..lar NewDualRang

''it mixes with your food and aide office and stayed In bed until you I and the plants have kept on pro-
" I [digestion "thus eliminating gal ducing well, even after a poor
better But
got << you can't tell the -
sand bloat". So don't go on suffer- start. Don't know about Itmaybe -
'. ,ling! Get INNER-TONE today cow, dug, chickens hogs, cats, etc., well try a patch of 1t 'next

I j ;Sold by KOCH drug store (Adv.) that you don't fuel like doing any- year Keep on trying. that's our

, .motto. *

I Going to take Tobyour half PerforinanecII : !

Brahman, half Jersey heifertothe

i Farmer's Produce and Live-
stock Market at Gainesville] next

: I THE HIGHEST I week and sell her. She Is a beautiful '

I animal and we hate like the I

dickens to. sell her, but the haveto ..
' i type of modern Serving is incorporated sell something, so It looks like 4 .

. Toby Is It. We have to keep Comfort ..
: f in this up-to-date finely equipped ".. ( ,
as she Is bred, and Butch .'4 '

re raising to eat and we don't (
economical, and helpful Service.
want to sell him. Best guess about
..
d 1 Toby Is that she weighs about "
'
550 and she Is fat as a tick. 1''d '-. ...

J DeWITT C. .JONES "" .'

Phone 71 I Starke, Fla. Had Sunday dinner with our
::1
i neighbors, Harold, Gertla, and !
" t their fine bunch of young ones!

\\1 (especially the little girl Connie)
r ,12iL
jI Funeral Director Ambulance'Senlce : 'O
and really) enjoyed a fine country :

\ : Our local funeral home enable us to offer convenience and meal of chicken, rice gravy, biscuits -

, services not otherwise available. corn bread mustard greens,
f peach pie, and lot* more. Sam

, J .. wasn't so sure he enjoyed It so .

i ] We furnish the highest type service at lowest price, and much, so he'll have to go back a --:=-.

I J accept ANY- life insurance policy in force, issued. by ANTcompany lot of times to make. sure'

( as payment in part or In full on a funeral. S5 2 t
r Consultation carries BO obligation.Chevrolet While at the Eunice's we got 1
to talking about raising turkeys, \
to and Harold told us to set an even

number of turkey eggs, never an .
v 35 odd number and that If they were

t'f/ set just before sundown the re. THE POWEH YOU WAXT'
WHS
suit would be all gobblers, and YOU WA2VT IT WHERE YOU WANT IT
= after sundown, all hens. We think

: Two ;:; = f-( that he is. full of soup, but then A "

again he might be right.
; .
Ton
_...ff .J ...-- It Weighed his pigs and althbugh ;% O IiiC.II-COJIPRFSSiON: EXGKVE! Here is your Invitation to test drive eager surge of power you ever frill'

: they are less than eight weeks NEW Dtr\I..n.'XGF. HYMHA.MATIC: the automotive engineering triumph Then flick into Economy Range and

J: Trucks ,;TSSRMAKESc : old they already average about 30 -. of the yer-thc great 1952 Pontiac relax-a ride so smooth so effortiew

II bs. Some time we're going to 2VEW KCOXOMY: : : AXLK with Dual-Ranse performance t tNo you almost et you have an engine-

.
/ 2-Spee'd# Axle --- Long and Short Wheel1949's well make him weigh ours 'J v"-+ description can give you a comThat kind of power and economy !IJ

Mrs!!. S. } la..ff. understanding the spectacular built into Pontiac to stay!' _0/-, .h+
When we built New Silver. Streak Styling BnSSanbUllt Into< this
our so-called new I
man.
varl..d 'hog hotel" one of our neighbors C..I('. .1 De !..,. Upholstery |. Harmonise lac. y )ourfown hands at the It's a great story a great car, and

' read In.. LONG WHEEL sald that because we had not had with Hotly Color wheel on accel-' great value-come in and see!

Ho.tFor 12 or 14-Foot Body 1,095.00'bDe the posts treated the way he sug Complete New Color Knsvmbl, Inside sad Oat fator can tell this great "tobeen -
gested n-GUre: ; Glare AU A......* never before
( that he would come back likerhl; driving IDollar j fox> Dollar
MlrsFor 16-Foot Body 1,195.00 11\ two years and pull the place Ck.Iee.f 6 ... 8 Cylinder *:.,1.! .. ]

3. Fraa Short Wheel Base 995.00 down with his hands. Well a year L.w.et.Prieed Car with Hydra-aiatle Drive Just set the you cant:)Beat A
and a half have Tm.n-Dn, D.IIt-Ile Ventilating. 8 ..... new Hydra-
Mrs. FMcxetl19,0's ____________________________ gone by and Vatic: In the Traffic Range
: now he admits that he WU wrong. { 1i..telar4 Record for Long, Tronhl.>.Fre Lit. Pon '. and feel

JK///I' Above Wheel Base $200 Higher We used pine posts skinned and .0,11...r EW4 Cttt. whisk high-compression engine P'UW..c: : .
In
you out front ;
\ Woo dried, and then sprayed with Cel- .. with the most :
cure twice. Probably not the belt ..
Also selection of and used Farm Tractors
large new way to do it, but all right.
All "ind :Machinery.: Drop us a card or ('alllIaml: 77579 .

party 7goi52 and our representative will call on you. One of the daily chores of farming -

J is milking, and sometimes It's McGRIFF MOTORSTemple
[ evtnlni not so bad (In fact, sometimes It .

Bring, WILLIAMSON MOTORS II sort of restful) but lots of

and ft time. it gets you down. But when

we feel that way, we remember Ave and Pratt St. Phone 203
f, Thi5700 N. W. 27th Ave. MIAMI, FLA. that Joy just about feeds every a Starke, Fla'

thing on the place, Including! us.
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DEC7-.951] I Iaptist

_...n DECEMBER 7, 1051

BRADFORD COtTNTT, TTr1'nfam.. 8TARKK FLORIDA
oats U__,. arvwvt'l _._. ___

ouri .. \ f t "). ("' "" j Mr. and Mrs. Johnston of Mead- Keystone.Mr. -

/A Th:3mn35 : "vlllo pa., who lived here some 20 NEWS ABOUT
nr1lt and l>{r.. Lee Eiland of Homosassa -
'. years ago, came back for old
j] tlme'si SERVICE MENPvt.
,
[ were guests last weekof
) BY CLINT & BONNCR j sake and decided to
spend the
::::0 '. Mr. and Mrs. L, D. Eiland.
r winter. They are staying In the James W Gaskins, son
) aftftSS1 Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Leland Beden- -
J. Lake
cottage on Geneva baugh enjoyed a weekend visit J. W Gaskins of Route 2, Stark


Church Methodist ChurchDr. On Christ, the Solid Rock I Stand PINE LEVEL and with family.their aon.In Deland.Olen Bedenbaugh completing D and A Pvt.Judd Shirley their also AF F.of Judd basic Starke, alrme son ar O,

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Knabb, of indoctrination
ot God In Disobe- course at Lacklan
'The Love Macclenny and Mr. and Mrs. L. ,
ence' will be sermon subject Sun- T. Arthur Mosley Minister r A cabinet maker takes up writing By Mrs. It. ftf. McRae Wiggins and daughter, Merle A.of AFB, San Antonio, Texas Thelil

morning at the First Baptist of the Cason Memorial Methodist "On Christ the solid Jacksonville, basic training will prepare thensil
|3y rock. I stand; all other Mote were guests Sunday,
{lurch Starke. According Rev. Church In Delray Beach will preach 'round Is .lnkl.g sand. That line ran over and Baptist mialstry gave up and his at cabinet 51:I built business a church, entered at'his the Rev. W. E, Hall filled his appointment ''ot the H. B. Wiggins family. for entrance Into Air Force techHI:
over In the mind own
thin la the second at the 11 o'clock church of a 14-year-old London cabinet Pine
Level
pastor service in expense. When his at Baptist
fines maker as he walked toward congregation offered to deed Mr and Mrs E, D. Allen enter- nlcal training .
"The Love of God" the First Methodist hi* woodworking sbop. the property to him he Church f
the series Church of said, "I only want the Sunday morning He and tained 1
Edward on Sunday Mrs. _
Mot. Allen'sbrother
,d Is a pro-Christmas message.ie Starke on Sunday. Dec. 9, At the trade had ws happy H. had )learned Ills pulpit. At IT. in 1874. he looked up al friends at Mrs. Hall left after services for
11 o'clock ; worked at It for wages sod now be ran his bedside and said "The truths I have preached Cecil Allen and family Pvt, Samuel D. Williams oC
will sing under the direc- service Dr. Hilliard to attend
choir Mosley will a woodworking business of his own. Always busy 'will do to die upon. And so pasted the funeral of from Tampa.
,n of Mrs. Mona Canova who baptize Barbara Jeanne Mitchell, Mote spent his spare hours'WrlUII, article for had been reared in a Godless home, a learned man who ){r, Ned Hlcinbottom at Macclen- The Brooker, now serving with th*
jl be at the organ. I the Infant daughter of Rev. and London periodicals. And now and then when a honorable trade and gave It up for the ministry an ny Rev. and Mrs. Hall spent Hampton post Office has 25th Infantry Division In Korea!
Mrs. Thomas Glenn Mitchell. key line would' bit him be tried his band at writing but whose memory will\ live for generations be Sunday night with their son-in-law received a fine new coat of |slot, has i
evening the Happy Hour vene. But been awarded the Combat In*
Sunday most of all Edward Mote was happy cause he took time off from his work both Inside and outside, with fresh
vice begins at seven-thirty with Sunday evening at 7:30 Mr. because his once confused mind was settled on his to write one.day and daughter, Rev and Mrs J.; K bright letter heads and fantryman Badge, a symbol of
belief in signs, making -
service directed by the Mitchell will preach on the Universal God. He bad been brought up in a home an.Uy Murrhee at Hilliard returning home ,'
;e song where the Bible was not 6.t. It tuttt a. ..e1.g tin i "Uncle Same Hangout" aa close-quarter fighting with the j
permitted [
Bible and his play Monday Brother Alton
with the plano-organ-duo Sunday theme "The r,... .,...' morning.
iitor ground bad been the streets of London. But after ] Un4*ml H iding(\ the singing of congrega- Bible-The Way out of the Dark." be became a man he attended Trottenham Court I Jrt set trait Ms ."'..".., 'r..*, Dobbs preached Sunday night toa enemy. |,
lOll hymns. 'The Youth Choir Special music for this service will Hoad-Chapel where sermons of therttwoed John ash wMly I.. .. /.,.>. MT4 large congregation.
during the f hour and thestoics Include music by the Youth choir Hyatt set his mind at cue. Mr. and Mrs. A F. Hall, and ;
,
ill sing f
I and Edward Mote's cabinet \ .. J..II.... Html t. M0 children of' Jacksonville
evangelistic will a vocal duet by Mrs. shop ran Itself that day Hit feet spent Saturday :
message Charley
I Parker and Miss la 1834. He bad a them for a poem and he I rest .e Hit ._*_(/.( *.., night with the H. M. Me-
? "God Can" Sunday School Sharon Hall who wanted to get it on Closeted !. .wry 6'1' mnti f
paper. in his little sasses tall
eel at 8:45: under supervision I! will sing an old favorite hymn, office he wrote the caption "Gracious Experience M.y ...M' Inlit ttttU tie vtf. Race and attended. church here 1Vt JJ-oxEs- i
; Dr. W, J. Woodham Jr. withpartmt'nts "My Mother's Bible". The members of a Christian" and as h. put It, "In the day I had Sunday.
and classes for all of the evening congregation four verses complet. and wrote them off. The Hh ..f 6. Hit .......,. Hit 6'(.*/, ** We were glad to have dear old I and
are invited to select Sunday following Mote went to the home of a a.q.re -. M **- .1.'., tltfJf Sister Drlggera with us at church:
'.a. Training Unions gather at I favorite hymns minister friend whose wife was near death. Grop WIa. all ruml my lttl ah'.'
,., 8.13: evening hour directed by during the gospel song service each log for words the cabinet maker thought of bis H. ,*.. It .all -> hate *"*J nty.Vi ease. Sunday after being 111 for several : a ;
,.. ... ;.... ,_.Aw.nn.n___. Sunday evening. Vera... He sang them for the dying woman and weeks' BASKETS 4-
All children at the conclusion of each verse, add d the line .. Hf ...."....*tvltt ,....-too. mmJ, Mrs. T. E. Gordon and daughter
(Wednesday evening Prayer and 6 between the ages of "On Christ, the solid rock I stand; all other O*, way I ,... ,. Him t. '.*.*t and Mrs. II. M. McRae visited
|Me Hour begins at 7:30 under I and 12 are cordially invited to Mote(round Is sinking .and." It was only then that DrtttfJ tn Htt rlftttmitinttt .(...*. Mrs E. C. Lewis of Rising Section fy Fresh ... Tree Ripened & .l lc
c leadership of the Pastor and Is attend the "Children's' Hour" realized he had written a hymn. He had a tnitlllt too "..ol iota tit It..,.
:
thousand .
i[,cordial"Sweetest invitation Hour of is extended the Week"to. 3:15.every: Wednesday afternoon at ever picked sine it up.copies and "The printed Solid for Rock"friends has; been a hymnal sung O. e',.,. lit tillj rttt, I .'..01, Wednesday.Mrs.. B. M. McRae. and children, I c Oranges Grapefruit -Tangerines If

;! Ml .,.., grtumJ h ".4'., t.*J. Mrs. J. W. McRae arid son Mr
'i who need a church home or a The mid-week
iice to worship. prayer meeting and Mrs A J. Fender, Owen J c SELECTED; SIZES
and Bible b
Study la held on Wed- Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs Tony .

hurch of God8th nesday evenings at 7:30: p.m. lak4uuswg Gonzales and others attended the P Shipped Daily -- Guaranteed
Sing at Worthington Springs Sunday -

&; St. Clair Sts. Presbyterian Church afternoon. RKEirY !
junday School 10( a.m. 1 I lfH-Hlnitroii. ShowerA I r MARTIN'S' CURB I i
linday Morning Worship 11 a.m Sunday School at 9:43.: miscellaneous shower was 21"
Imday Service 7:30 Friendship Class 10. a.m. t Nte ,
Evening I
p.m.
,ar Iauatnlt.4 .. given for Miss Gwendolyn MtRae Phone 1 1m.rvvYvvn..n 101-J
11 '
,
] p. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m. a.m. _Morning service conducted tL.'D'lIc.loI.' Blrlll"III"h" _at.. on Thursday night of last week at ,
oy r vv. L* A. Shepherd.
7:30 ,
ayer Meeting Thursday p.mflllRCII Christian ChurchThe the home of her grandparents, Mr.
Youth Fellowship lands
Sunday eve- last weed
/ OF JESUS CHRIST ning at 7 pm. Mrs. Timmins entertained and Mrs. If.. M. McRae. The
friendly church ede'lldswelcome Keystone Heights honoree, whose marriage to Vernle v.nYYYYvv..n..v..nn.vvva
LATTER DAY 'SAINTS a !! Thursday Nov. 29. with three tables .
K Thornton
Masonic Temple Call Street. St. Mark's to all to worship at all of bridge at Keystone Inn will be an event of
Episcopal
Dec, 23
School services. received many lovely gifts.HAMPTON .
Sunday every Sunday Don't forget to go to the Mr. and Mrs Zlka, who have
'ming 10 a. m. Sacrament Servo Church School 9:45: a.m. Morning Bible school begins at 10 a.m. Club fish fry Friday night Rotary been \living for some time In the a y''
"j6:30:: p. m. A corMial invitation 11 with C.V.. Colson as superin even Nelson .
Prayer am. If you do not like fish. The cottage on Lake Geneva, !:: '
extended to all. Litany and Intercessions every tendent. Every family should be will go toward buying proceeds an have returned to New York. ;:: ..

Friday evening at 7:30.PHONE : In Bible School. Send your chil- automatic oil furnace for the Mrs. Anna James left this week ..' .

dren that they may get the proper Woman's Club. It will be held : for a visit in St. Petersburg, Tampa Ily :Rim. :M. C. S\\rx-ney .cI\ I
: In
-.' .:. .. : ,, training while they are young. the club house and Bartow,
and
Morning worship begins at 11 I tickets are COc Mr. and Mrs. J. M, WATCH ;
and 1. McDonaldhave
ATTENTIONIf 218 a.m., with Lord's Supper servedat Mr. and Mrs T. J. Perry had as !
returned
The Woman's Club from a visit to Reform weekend
held
Its visitors, Mr.
11:1: This Is a vital service A Perry'sbrother .
COLONIALFLORIST for every ChH! an. So plan to regular meeting Tuesday Nov. 27, the Whllo there they attended and sister-in-law, Mr. and

You Have be present. The morning mes- with Mrs. Watson and Mrs. Det- ball Alabama-Auburn foot Mrs D. A, Perry, and his cousin,
weller as hostesses. After the game. Bunny Prevatt, all of FOR
sage will be at 11:30.: Bladenbnro REOPENING M
PINE OR CYPUESS On Friday Nov. 30
Christian Endeavor at 6:30: p.m, business meeting, Ute program Included of the the day circle N. C.

TIMBER TO SELL Evangelistic services at 7:30: p.m. Bastedo two and songs a talk by Miss by Torres Bobby Women met at Community the home of Church Mrs Little Diane Hardy returned E
Prayer meeting Wednesday at Al Watson. lost week from a transport truck
Large or Small Tracts FLOWERSFOR 7:30: studying the 5Hi Chapter of Anderson, who had on exhibition organization They completed their trip to 'Alabama with her father = a OF :
some of his paintings. Mr. Anderson except for the election J 'r(
I Corinthians.A Douglas Hardy ..
{ ALL OCCASIONS makes painting of a circle leader which will =
1 We Buy All his hobby and
turkey supper will, be served practiced it from the arctic to the be taken up later, Mrs. Gentry Mr. and Mrs. R, C. Gray, Jr. 1
I Friday night In the Legion Hall will be Devotional leader with their baby daughter, Valerie
PAY TOP PRICES tropics. He had some Interesting and Mrs
at 7:30.: The public Is Invited to very and Mr.
Watson and Mrs.
will be Ira Lester BROWNDERBY
and treas spent
tales secretary
to tell
about
AllWrite (j) I! attend. Plates will be $1.23. This in the far north among his the travels Lapps urer. They decided to meet on the Thanksgiving"! holidays with ;
money will be applied on the the 3rd Thursday of relatives In Tampa.
and In far south In Jamaica and each monthat I .
building fund Alice Kite Chair 11
Call
or points In between. The 7:30: and the next meeting will Carleton Chastaln spent several

DISH GARDENS man. his paintings go to a proceedsof Swedish I be Jan. 21 at tha _hom_ u.._ nr__ .M...*._. "?...,.,? i.a vvcin.. ill a_ JBCKSOnVtlle.

Church Home In his home town of Huntley Rcdfearn. There will be hospital.G. .
B.
THOMAS POTTERY At The Tabernacle Osalnlng N. Y. He has been stayIng no meeting In December. W. Saxon recently returned fft

POTTED PLANTS l In Keystone Heights_for sometime The night circle met with Mrs. from a ten day visit with relatives .. .
LUMBER CO. The oft-quoted remark that and has many beautiful paint Reynolds but a report on that is in Pompano. He Accompanied\ ... -
.
PHONE 211-J FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE "anything can happen at the Tabernacle" i ings of local scenes. not available and will be made home by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest f

P. O. Box 735 was borne out last Fri. On Dec. 12 the Club will sponsor later.Mr Hunter and family, who remainedfor '
day plght In the decorations and and Mrs.
STARKE, FLA. an entertainment by the Florida Albert Nelson a brief visit. While here, they CAFEuaA1A11AtAWAaVA11tAA1A1aAaWr
Nona St Stark program for the annual Thanksgiving i have as their guests thin week,
!I I Players from the University were entertained at supper by Mr.
observance. Pumpkins Mrs. Nelson's sister Mrs. .
of Florida. Tickets are 23c and Joe and Mrs. Eugene Blrt who also' .
graced the marble columns and an 50c. Wright, and her aunt, Mrs. D. had among their guests, Mr and

.. -... prominent antique spinning spot. wheel The occupied program a Club The Concert sponsored by the I, Sherwood- both of Greenboro, N C- Mrs. Holland Payne and family of AA on Nov. 29 I
was one which
In
participated by 14 characters,
carried out the 1620 theme. will long be remembered by music

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke "The Story of the Pilgrims", lovers la Keystone. Mr Danberg
and
Mr. Preodor
written by Corbin Cornell when are both artists
r-ff*,''jar j j-ar fmffffrr*r-rf r r r---f-fff rf 6 i, he was In the fourth' grade was of first rank, well known not only '

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor read by Mrs. J. F. Stewart, and a in this vicinity but throughout the -R__

Jefferson & Court Streets- In The Heart Of Town Thanksgiving poem, written by state and, both gave excellent per 1
Donald McRae when In the formances. Due to a football game :
eighth
PHONES: Office 231- Pastorum( 130 and other
r grade, was also featured. activities the audience J

;Morning Services "The Love of Cod: in Disobedience" Communion was observed Sunday was ciative.not large We but was very appre its f f11IT" fj
morning, while the hope to have terse
evening
Evening Services *- "GOO CAN"
artists back with
service was given over to teed us again.
f* m fff-j j j j-j j F-f rffffj-- fff- --fffffff-* Tho
monies. Visitors from Grand ball game between- Melrose
SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M.\ 7:30: P.M. Mich added spiritual Rapids enthusiasm High School and &ummerfleld:\ ,..

Sunday School 9:15 A.M.: --Training Unions 6:15: P.M. to the meeting. drew quite a number of fans from

Mll)-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. Keystone Heights on Nov. 29.

Church of Christ The game was played at Anthony CheVfoIetS

VISIT TilE CHURCH WITIJ' TilE VISITING PASTpR I Corner 10th and McMahon ,I and championship was play-off of the to"Little decide Ten"the j people buy it
More
Bible School.10 A. M. conference. Melrose won with a
Preaching A. M. and 7:30: score .32-20.; The championship
'
P.M. trophy was presented after the
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study I game. than other !
each Wednesday 7:30: P, M. any car
SUNDAY, 7:30 P.M. FROM I THE BIBLE: Miss Madeline Kennedy, who has

Everyone welcome. been In training at the hospital In ..W .. .
.
"the Chattahoochie was home last -- r. ...
Sheep WhoWouldn't St. Edward's CatholicRev. week. She will go for five weeks

Richard Lyons pastor to Jacksonville and from there to

Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. Indianapolis Ind. for further train

Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. Ing.

Keep Still7'Hear Confessions Saturday 7:30 to Mrs. Frank Walrath, Jr., who n
8:30: P.M. has been quite 111 with flu, It re

Children's Catechism Classes, covering.Mr .

This Message by Pastor Rob Gray Wednesday 4:0': P.M.PENTECOSTAL ) and Mrs. Fred Mathers of

Atlanta, Ga visited the Suther-

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton : C1 ItRClIgunday HOLINESS /

Bible School 10 A.M. D.T.U. 6:30::: PM: School 10 a.m.
Morning Service 11 a.m. -I I cJ'e-1' s Y ff" 'id't

Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:45: P.I.0. Evening Service 7:30: p.m. KEYSTONEI

Prayer Meetings Wednesday _
.. .. ___
.. night 7:15: p.m. Saturday night

... ::45 p.m. JEWELERS
'
,, _,- 0. '.' :' : ., .." :. -II. Gorslra pastor gy9
TIIKKESSACIIKISTIVN: :! yxY' 3WFtt
The Missionary-Minded Church MHKCII WALLIE MUIILHOFERKKYSTONK

; HEIGHTS

Set aside Thursday evening for Next to Ilarvry's StorePrompt
Drug
LONG BRIDGE the regular preaching services at
put It lo youl There be .
up must
plenty tized Knee-Action. 4
the Theresas Church. The young e Bigger brakes-biggest in the Chevrolet's
people meet at 6:43: p.m. and good reasons wby more people buy fielJ-for safer, surer stops. Finest no-shift and time-proved:

10 Miles! West of Starke on Route 100 preaching begins at 7:3f. Every Chevrolet than any other car. standard driving at lowest cost with Power /! .J

11:00 A. 11. Sunday one Is Invited to attend these Efficient Courteous Here are some things to think about.There's glide or Synchro-Mesh transmission. POWER

"Give More' Earnest Ieed"Hebrews services.The ChrUitmas program will be Service th. way Chevrolet/ look. Nice clean There's the way Chevrolet save*. Chevrolet I
curved lines-like cars in the high-price field I IChevrolet's is automatic
2.1 given on Thursday night. Dec. 20. the lowest-priced line in the field and the transmission J I I

A real program has been planned, O Body by Fisher sets the pace savings go on and on with low operating costs. Finest po-ihift driving at lowest '

7:30 P. M. Sunday so make plans now to attend. among low-priced cars. Ther ore plenty/ men reasons why Chev- Combination/ of PowergliJo Automation cost..

-, "The Great Salvation"f The Lord's Supper Is served at EXPERT WATCH There's the way Ch.vrorlele./ s and handles. rolet is America's favorite. Come ia and 1-tj j on Tranffiiiwtoii Oe Luke and 105-h.p. Engine optional| I

Hebrews 2:1.3 3 p.m.this each service.Sunday. Be presentfor REPAIRS The smoothness and big-car/ comfort of UI!. us show them to you. models-" +at+-a extra coat._


7:30 P. M. Monday --Homer Swlndall. Minister .

_ Missionary NightWE Hour Daily.- 9 A." .to 8 !.M. TORODE
Midget. Pencil Sharpener Ideal Wednesdays 9 13 ffeon CHEVROLET CO.
PREACH CHRIST CRUCIFIED for home '
one. Only $1.83. -Bradford .
. .. PHONE 111
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BRADFORD CODjtTT TELEGBAFII STARKE, FLORIDA FBIDV. pr,F
PAGE ElfiHTTornadoes rA ;
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play and gave the necessary yardag. out to the 20 yard line. Before the Scott Re-elected I Funeral Sunday I BHS Season Red Cross Plans caslon w_IB th. Ic.a I".

Close .- for a first down on the 30 yd. ball could be put Into play tho first Griffis Cage antler of stark J ,
For K. L.
line From here the Tornadoes quarter ended Starke then used Keystone Mayor Blood Donor AidMrs. Ahlers of Gn ,

marched for the first score of the up three downs through the line I Rev L D
knownto
Kendred L. Grlffls 70 Ham
With 127Vin\ game. ''and 32 a first line down The was Tornadoes made pn wars the Frank Scott was re-elected Mayor his many friends and relatives Opens Tuesday Ed Hall, Mrs. L. O. Hazen mortal address get,
for yard
went off left tackle
Jackson of "Uncle Kin", died Saturday and Mrs. Ruth S. Morse attendeda
Keystone Heights by popular as
down for the tenable to gain the necessary yard '
first
and
Continued from page one 12 yards a the Starke 42 yard age so Thomas lined up In punt write-In vote in Tuellday'selection. morning at the home of his son I BHS cage teams will awing: into meeting of 24 North Floridaand

Tornadoes on Now servIng his fourth Luther Grlffls. after a lengthy action next Tuesday night when South
then went over formation but ran the ball around Georgia chapters of the
recovering a bad pass from center line. Carl Johns for 18 yards and his left end and failed to make a term Mayor Scott will begin his Illness. He was born in Baker : they meet the Union County High American Red Cross Nov. 28 in

Thomaa was unable to get off the right tackle first down on the Tigers' first down. Lake Butler took over new tenure of office Janurary 1 If County but had lived most of his :, quintets in Lake Butler. i the Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville i

and had to with the ball.) another he accepts the "draft" of his fellow life In Bradford County wherehe
punt run 40 yard line, Prevatt gained ten on the Tornado 41 yard line. Other games scheduled before to receive Instruction in preparation .
He
Thomas tried to pick up the necessary and a flint down for Starke. After gaining only one yard the townsmen.No was engaged In farming. Christmas holidays are as follows: for the visit of the Armed

yardage for a first down but yards Rowe then unlimbered his pass. Tigers fumbled and Starke recovered one had qualified as a candidate -' was a member of the Baptist Dec. 14-Ft. McCoy here; Forces Blood Donor Mobile unit \*

minced It by about one yard Ing arm and threw to Thomas on on their own 38 yard line. for mayor and no names were Church. Dec. 18-P. K. Yonge, GaInesville in Bradford County. Bradford *The I

Lake Butler took over first and the 10 yard line and Thomas scored Prevatt then carried for a gain of printed on the election ticket in Surviving are five sons: Arnold, ; County' quota for the coming tobacco

ten on the BHS 30 yard line The standing up and the score was 7 yards but the ball was called this division, Scott stating that he Roy, Luther, and Leo Griff, all Dec. 21--Callahan here year is 325 pints of blood. barn pacW

Tigers, unable to gain but 4 yards still 6-0 after Parker missed the back and a penalty of 13 yards preferred not to serve again. How of Starke, and Orvllle J. Grlffls, ; The Bradford County ARC ex- brings A

through the line on two plays extra called against Starke for holding. ever, his name was written In 35 Leesburg; two daughters Mrs After the Christmas holidays ecutive board will hold you

then an end sweep around : I It was the Tornadoes' ball with 23 times with 14 write-ins Myrtle Priest and Mrs. Eva .Sullivan the schedule will be resumed oi> a meeting "tghqualirylniah.yieldingB
endsand rat klckoff was taken on EeBStltcht this afternoon (Friday) at 3
"
left moved the ball to the yard to go for a tint down. The Kyle McMurtry and F. both of Starke; two sisters Jan. 8 with Gainesville here.
'I behind
the Tl 25: yard line and l o'clock in the chapter office to
BHS 9 yard line where it was necessary yardage was not gained berry. Mrs Mamie Geiger and Mrs. Minnie tobacco
back to the work for
first and goal for Lake Butler. 1 43 good yard blocking line. brought After a gain of 6 and Thomas went back in punt High man In the council race Nauman, both of Starke; 12great George White ElectedTo ing out out the preparations Blood Donor plan carry-in 4: seed

After making only.4 yds. throughthe 1 yards through the line Robertsran formation for BHS on their own was H. L. Morgan, Jr. with 81votes. grandchildren and nine Head LeagueOf this county II I

line Ule Tigers fumbled In the I his own left end to the Starke 35 yard line and punted to the Second place went to C. grandchildren.

backfield and the Tornadoes recovered 43 yard line, where he was finally Tigers' 23 yard line where Roberts L Sipe with 68, and third man Funeral services were held' Sun Municipalities'George i Col. Long To Show Cr.el7McNAI

on their own 12 yard line knocked out of bounds. took the ball but was tackled for : was Dewey Willis with 62. The day afternoon at 3 o'clock In the

for first and ten. The Tornado forward wall then no gain. On the third play Lake : three new councilmen will take office Boatdraln Baptist Church with C. White city auditor of European Slides !

Starke was unable to make the Butler moved the ball to the BHS at the first meeting In Janu Rev. L. O. Hemingway officiating Tallahassee and a former residentof
necessary yardage so Thomas took hold and held the Tigers and 34 yard fine on an end run and a assisted by Rev. Curtis Harris. At Legion MeetingCol. :
Starke, was elected president of
' punted to the Lake Butler 40 Lake Butler had to kick. Whlte-!I first down for the Tigers On ary.C, H. Haberstroh was elected Interment was in Kingsley Lake the Florida League of Municipalities T. who SEED'COMPJUWINJWt
T. Long recently
However, a penalty of 15 yards hand punted Into the Starke end another end run the Tigers movedthe town clerk: and treasurer with a Cemetery. at the organization's

for ruffing the kicker nullified the zone where the ball was brought I ball to the Starke 8 yard line total of 54 votes to 36 for Edward Active pall bearers were Ira nual convention: in Orlando returned Germany from will occupational show color slides dutyIn ( f
for first down. A plunge throughthe an-I
a line netted the Tigers 3 yards, Bleha.E. I Wilson Russell Hornsby Clyde day and Monday. He is the of scenes In Germany and other N.Ck

bringing them to S arke'. 5. L. Fraher, unopposed for the Brown Willie Green, Harvey Mrs. J. W. White of Starke. European countries at the regular

ball position of city tax collector received Galney, and Ned Coleman. G. L. Patten city attorney of meeting of American Legion Post P1
carried the
Pete Whitehead
a total of 86 votes Starke was named on the League'snew 66, Tuesday night Dec. 11, at
for Lake Butler, tying the
-.er over William (Bill) Lee received 11 Scout TroopIs board of directors 7:30: o'clock.
score at 66. Whitehead then car- Boy
write-In votes for town marshall.I ,
ried the ball over right tackle for 'Starke was represented at the All Legionnaires and veterans
and Irving Tyre collected eight Mr. Patten and whether members of the Post
the extra point putting the Tigers I I Re-registered meeting by City or

1 SEE( 1(1''MIeATorC r ahead 7.6. McRae returned the sessor.D.write-In. tallies for city tax as Clerk Carl Johns.Children's not are invited. to attend this

i \ kickoff 5 yards to Starke'a 27 Re-registration of Troop 70 meeting. vG.B.Colson&

. yard line for first .and ten. O. Stewart, Incumbent clerk Boy Scouts of America, was effected Committee; .

was not a candidate for reelection this week according to an Elks Memorial '
A five yards off aides penalty
announcing his retirement after To iJleei./Jlonday
the
moved the ball back to the Starke announcement yesterday by
Service Is Held
14 years of service, becau.e'ot ill organization the Starke Mt1MR'S
22 yard line. McRae gained 3 sponsoring
WITH health. Club. The Bradford County Children's Slit) tlln3
TELEVISION and Prevatt Rotary
yards through center
rr Committee will hold its monthly A Memorial Service, honoring i08A(0
carried the ball to the Tornado The new Troop Committee Is
I Candidate Adams luncheon meeting at the Fine members of the lodge who have
Piclwrc Power first' follows Jim Chas- SEED
48 yard line where It was a comprised as :
Forest Restaurant (Thomas Truck died during the year was held at
down for Starke. In three line {Will Meet Friends teen chairman T. K. McClane, Jr.,
Terminal) on Monday, Dec. 10, at the Elks Lodge lastSunday, afternoon
1 plunges the Tornadoes moved the A. L. Crosby, Jr, A Y. Coving
3 o'clock. Those whose
Here noon. All members are urged to at
ball to the Lake Butler 33 for a SaturdayAlto ton. L. H. Gibson! and C. L Sewell,
honored this ,
I attend. The chairman S. E. memory was on oc-
first down. The Tigers held and Dr. W. G. Woodham was namedas
Adams, former justice of Sparks will preside over ,the meet I
Starke lout the ball on downs. new Institutional representative

lgealAwilt4ta I Lake Butler was penalized 15 the Florida Supreme Court who 1 C. L Sewell remains as Scout ing. W. C. T. U. I

Q yd*. for clipping on the first play resigned to become a candidate master, with E. T. Shull assistant TUB MODERN WORLD IS E.YPOSFD .1

Enfaywetchinglbnbeetpictlues and! the ball was moved back to for Governor, sent the following' Scoutmaster D. R. Tllley -wil Recent BirthsMr. TO TIIREE GREAT

.I pouikla in your TV area. their IS yard line where the half telegram to the Telegraph Wednesday serve as Explorer Advisor. IH'oi! (.ERS: ATHEISTIC COMMUNISM '
( Throa\on"\ ended. : and Mrs. Paul Shields announce -
Enjoy "Colilrn It was announced that the reg- ; ATOMIC WARFAREA Brooker FlaPRIEST'S
1 Staullytlyledc.binrthum.a. .h- The score at the end of the half "Please announce that I' am ulir time for Troop Committee the birth of a son, Aaron HF.VEKAGE ALCOHOL.UNION ,

? In3rnnwdrtuh..a..l.blau.Glhtsera stood Tigers 7, Tornadoes 6. meeting Interested citizens at the meeting will be the last Wednesday Andre', on November 26 in St. ( SIGNAL)
eoet.. S..i RCA V iclof i 1 tl 153. courthouse in Starke Luke's Hospital Jacksonville.
on Saturday ,
Ni-eond Half
the
in each month at regular
'
....
A.k shoot RCA VIo' F..s..I.
I 1 t I v ( On..... onvwlnl espert lal.. .... In. The Tigers returned the kickoff Dec. 15, at 11 a.m. to discuss informally Rotary meeting In the Legion hall.

4 el.ltilioa a Maintenance.. : to their own 37 yard line and a my raca for Governor Scouts will come up for advancement 'to\: era;;

p. Only $I ...,"._..su.......... first down. The Tornadoes took Mrs Adams will accompany me at that time.IINt'SirAL.

1 trig $295 eujffe'eel J.r hold and forced them to kick to and everyone is Invited-the. )adteaespecially
t' II.' '", ." f TOYTOWN IS OPE
MeM I7FI5J : McRae who was tackled as Boon EGO

.f. Thin "SuiM-r Sir>t" Easily as he got the ball on the 39 yard
\dopt..1
a line plunge and was finally Plans Is exhibiting and unusual egg for & The Christmas selections this year are truly the greatest of our tnnrtr
Turkey ShootThe laid White Rock hen.
brought down after gaining; 43 mation by a Our dolls lovable is little Princtfj
The "double feature" egg consisted years experience.: are every one a /
yards. After a line plunge failedto
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD net yardage Arthur Winkler Keystone Heights Lions of one hard shell egg to which Is Our toys are sturdy and well constructed, our decorations are bed
Club announced attached another in soft
that
yesterday egg a
i carried the ball on an end around
another turkey shoot wilt be held shell. ful like something from FAIRY LAND.
and hla field
reversing waa brought I

I 307 W. Call St. Starke Fla. (Phone 23.!) down on the 3 yard line of theTIKera' also prior! planning to ChrIstmas.Christmas' The Club partyIn Id Refinance i Your Debts I % You will be AMAZED and you will be THRILLED withPRIEST'S

half of the field. On the
the near future. With a 20-loar-3% Interest
third line plunge Prevail carried I

the ball over from the one yard Arthur Fogarty, International Federal Land Bank THIS CHRISTMAS

ev a 1"' aat line for the final score of the ball traveling representative of the

.1 1i genre.Parker's. Lions organization was a recent Farm LoanSEE
31) TRICYCLES CHOO CHMickey
) wy .. kick was partly blocked speaker at the Keystone Club. S

and the score was Tornadoes 12 One new member, Harold Dona R.V.. KUYAN

Lake Butler 7. an Inspector for the Hartford 02.1 N. Main Street << tw,4i

APARTMENTS & HOUSES S LOST AND FOUND The Tigers took the ball on Steam Boller Co., was Inducted at Gainesville Florida

\ Full KENT 1.OHT- pair of Ifl"....., rose pluw their 23: yard line and moved it up the last meeting. <<
tin frnnieH. Lh.ll..v..1 lout diirlna. ;
to the 31 before being brought Se ._
MethiifllHt luaiitii. If found notify --- ---------- -----
, t FOR tlKNT IN TOWN- loom Mra T 1', holm, ,llox7BO orphone down. On the first play' Lake
house, IlKhta, oolidlllon.water, tll.xl tteonanable. lialh.. 1259. II.1.II..r Butler ran around right end for a ,
In excellent
Phone 18. Itcha" --:o./.y./ 101". potketlmiik Hntlinlny. first down on their 49 yard line.

,I Nov pupern., 24 HmHU LViHHlnn. rewaulMm. linIMtititnt .. A run, off right tackle took the I/lila/Den/ / ProudlyPresents <<
KOH HUNT Furnlahodroom hall to the BUS 43:
line.
I wnntalra apartment. with pilvat' Kthel Turf, C'oliinlul Inn Apt. yard t,.r a
I hath and eepiirale. entrain F. III' Another end run moved the ball to P S't UDY TRICYCLES 1.IAICI
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I A. ',"Scott IIIG Temple Ave Phone"P JrlfYCr.n! For.S'H In r. 8. Kelly'a the Tornadoes' 31. The Tigers I' U 10" Front Wheel d,

: 54 pnittnrn between Irabnm andHinoker. fumble) the ball on the 39 yard Mouse Choo(
owner may gRin po- $6.95
" TO RRNT Cahln. 3 rooms and .rH lnn bv Identifying and paying line and Prevatt was lu fast to recover The 4I 89c
) bain. All Improvement". Tel runt of alC.- .R. Kelly, nrahanbFl. for Starke. Other Sizes on up
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, IT-lt-l-l. Plnehurat Tourlxl Court alp "'1 Pit
''I l Keystone Highway U> I /MAPAnTMRNT Carl Johns picked up 4 yards Nationally Advertised 'Feature Lock' Line tc PAINT HOOKS Plenty of Action.

! MISCELLANEOUSTorn over left guard and Delano Thomason TRACTORSLarge lOc and 15c of Color and Thrills :
FOR UKNT-S-rooma" ,
j i I arreened porch. Krlnldulre" gas Torn OLD UTOVK: IN n. an end around carried the ball STORY nOOKS SETS
.I. love, completely, furnished $15 down payment, on a new oneN. to the Tigers' 32 yard line as the TEA
1, mo. located 431 W. Mud limn Inquire I I I will make von a liberal allowance third lOc and 15c
ended. _
nt Chamber' nt I'onimen. tfAPAIiTMKNr Blade Inn Co. Ito quarter
r 11 I Fourth Quarter KK<< +

: Felt ICI'.N: 'I1, pnrtlilllv WEOOlNO AND BIRTHDAY C'AKF19! McRae snagged one of Jimmy FOOT BALLS v
+ behind Orders taken at 1'ehater'sdirt
furnlnhed. Krai** house -II up.
14" let l"nptl t'himh. 125 mo. A. J. I, fhnppe. Phone (As-J. tfBKWINO Roww's passes on Lake Butler's i KG
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4! Thomas, .Jr? AdmlnlHtr, tf 23 yard line. However, a penalty
I Machine Com. a)
INnl 1t for ( )
Poll HUNT: -:,1-hedrnom. modernhoniMi pony, I.aka City, Fla. T'Itnnee0, clipping was called against the
I u it:: I on Klniii.).r Lake. Alan for will repair condition.your. reaaonelle mnihlne .In Weline tip Tigers and the Tornadoes, had the The Rings that lead a Double Life i
In Rood cfinilltlon lop!
,, sale wnoil rnnar ball on the 19 yard line.
Mm. J. M Mltihrll nt lot only "uln. Singer part.
Ill Our. aervlne cam will pick up and The Tornadoes were
, W Madison delivery. ...n..... upon requ.4Naw | penalized on They're Single While You're Single. f '7ei
j Sinner. imti-hlnea.. are ,avail. the next play and had to go 25 r.rra

: REAL ESTATE ahle on reuMiimblo tei me. yards for a first down. Starke 371 s ""
They're Married 1 When You're Married y rt.
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. FOIl HALE was unable to make the necessaryyardage
..m.Fyyt.m..mvvvv3MATTRESSES
I, and the Tigers took over RUBBER TRACTORS OFFICIAL SIZE HALL Pretty Aluminum

FOR SAI.F.-Twn bedroom horn'. on their own 11 yard line. The 69cIt $$1.1
with bnth Wlrnd for cooking or ALL KI1'iDSRENOVATED' $2.29 17 Piece
Venetian. hli nil... t>.*P well pump, Tigers then took the ball to their rwrw 3"!'
trnf. It is just like the Real Thing. Sets from
7 .acres of Unit three acre own 48. on a run around left end Others Starting at 89c Other
.<1 for rtilllvntlon. See owner furtuner 13 Plenty of FUN I Ig
and
Information One mil South a first down. On the next I

I of m.rke nn Orlffln' Loop rimd.K. ". ',;' ni play a 3 yard penalty against Lake OUR BABIES
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TaylorFOR DeLUXE DOLLS
C. hl! Butler put the ball on the 50 yard

AI.TSTwo bedroom home, : ;s\; I line. The Tigers failed to make
lot 78 105. 4.BOO. C..h FURNITUREReuph first down <<
corner and the
.. .., 151111 down Nl.ht Tornadoes took 4 4
phone 7-mi. Jitck. .ooirlll.. lip <>lfttfrr and over on their own 44. Four plays .

KrflnHhcd Inter Lake Butler took over on the K }
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FOR BALK 10-acre furrn.room 5O yard line. After two line .
hn...... Hoop rook well Just. off HASTINGS' \TT11ESS CO. ,.;.
Old ninndlnw Road near llornahjrplace plunges moved the ball to the K v 4
Palatka Fl*.
It War- l\o\ 230 -
m 1. fox SO* H. BHS 44. McRae Intercepted

tin., .In.HOT Rrnent 15150. St, .JacksonvillePh. StP! U/1. u..un................. Roberts' pace on the 20 and re- '

FOR THE tUTIOKT-MINDKO Bride turned it to the 30 where it was 'K

tort 8AI.R by. owner-4-rn0n1 housewith -100 lUnirraved: WeildlnaInvlta- first and ten for Starke. McRae i-
tlona' fine ,
on ray-content paper
Locatedon
land fl.uon .
traded I r. road between. Jns'aIrlll only. '. .l. >4. llra
( and railroad Herbert Harris. If 49 yard line and a first down. 6 Diamonds $75 6 Diamonds
ion I'el. rHarKe. 4ln It/It $100
rJERVEI. QARerularly nPFRIOF.RATOR1O Two straight penalltlea of 5 yards
priced at n3 > Dr. frlc. each for 8 Diamonds $150 8 Diamonds ,
FOR HAM5- .acres not fenoed. 5-. ed to eell $12490. Yon can't too much time moved the $175Other 1
room houee, deep well and ele< trlrlty bear thU n..t Klnde nnw f'o! ball back to the BHS 39 yard line. r1) /r4a
lit. 1.
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V. A Tyler I "
Ltpx12,1 I First and 20 for the Tornadoes. I II I
Htarke. FOR HALF:--Puo Therm +pni" iiater
(I...'wboy) Ilk.* now fr" > taih With fourth down and 6 yards to gg
FOR HAM1!-Fl"e room house, lotS Aleo Itearborn aa.. htut't, 1 |? :,oChurlea go, Johns punted to the Rings Priced AS LOW AS $50 g
jc B3H lleaeonahle terms can Imrh,, Phone 77 Itp Tiger 20 Hi ElVa La Ha l L LHaa L H L L Le L L L L L i la i L HlHla B'laVBBHaejWayjeeeeeeeMaeeWe -'-
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be arranged, j, }|. I'arker. TisHl-ftp where the ball rolled deadRoberts' EASY CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED DOLLS the FINPST In the did not leave out anybody we have dolly at e
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ton.FOR FOnI.It.t pulletH T I. rer
Rt $. Iln'e Sl-ll Htark Up pass was good for a land. PRIEST has them all. price from 5c to $1O.00Just look at the abtne
CALE-A rare. opportunity. t" first down on their own 32 yard DeLuxe
r J J J J JrjJ a ra> tftTra.)M-f- -fffrffffff0ff f j0fffff DOLLS Starting at beauties little Mother.
..'>0.. antique Mantle Clock In RADIOS ItEP.VIHFI line. 1ft just waiting for a

.running tuck mlnci-UwneoiiB at order..,rltu.I'Y'' at a*bnreraln. items PAVTA.priceAlno from .\,' "'."rhers.... _.til- :tlnleleR..hl. .........,.." After the second pass was In- FEATURE LOCK RINGS LOCK OR UNLOCK AT Will!!' $3.95 Priced at 39c, 49c, 69c and $LOO

It. 111'1 (1114.' ('. mit:rut:n II complete there was *uet time for I'JaclicAeroplane:
Tnl W. ('all "l. .t..... r... *:MOA one more and _
play Roberts threw Plastic I '

HELP WANTED IVERAL!: CIIFJD RAVOE!'I forHuaaunably another pass that moved to the "'"'"" Trucks .j \
+ MALE & Ffr'.M: \U.WtfJ. ilii Co, prlo'd fitlarle Tornado 23 yard line as the game if We have about 23; N Mitchell nomlw
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KEEP Children In my home .\fTlvn newly don over furnlehed ended. different kinds10c&upto59c r' DC-1 1 I'-- v.h njer'

dave Inniilre. Mrs McOee'e. lAth apartment for rent Brady I Lightning
and Brand Ht HPOIRI. Apartment on Clark. Street. 130 WOW\ \ To Elect Officers .. each
39c
per month. A J. Thomas Jr, _
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1 .. WANTKP! lo help In reatau- Agent, 4ta .I 10119! ... .. -/
rant Meet. live In. Oood waarea. Woodmen of the World. Local R _I _

Room and hoard Horn Til. SlarkeWORKIVO r,typewriter..nnl..'''''' .FRASEIt...... ever", made- Klnent' R.. Camp 138 will hold a meeting at A pie w (..._ e U It L.."., an Ita e |i.
t MOTTIRH 01..1... room load In IS ....on... with Fybrerlaaa 7:30: p.m., Friday, Dee 7, for the a..1 l Wlaeji. lock. I. eeuliee 'N laSs tie e* rlf lit ,.m.r ,ia pane VAN H. PRIEST "SB?
with kitchen prlvlleicea and care' ever"r Refill Only BOc purpose of electing officers for $ w. "ewe -' ... eagle tide .. .... p. ;ia.a... I CO. INC.
for child ace 3% or will ..hilI'. 1952. All members ........" ........eeStke w.at.A.fIwi(1M
apartment with repectahle. party.Telephone .. tt are urged to
'Sf.U' after 0 pm lip I b.. present. Ale


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