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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1952
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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STATISTICS Stevenson Is 2-1 I Favorite Over Ike Dowling Case Moves

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I'd.utempt.. 4 _J I 1L sleveiisor; t \ ,> In" '::1 ."'.> tl"" ., )' .,.!" '. ,", To Court
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1'>in' ,in., avg. ? Pre-identuI :Xmi.i H i-< F :' \

n opinion poll!! being '! .*.- declared for St!t'\t" s,,". :. -- -
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h :jo s'mjentof a 9th i F.isenhower and I It I >IKI i '. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FIRE DEPT.

Km i .,. .1!Ii. '. ." > .a,.- it BBS.c made tlu-r Action Follows
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I' 60 '""du, ttii as a class In ,
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addition to the "' : 'm r
'11. .. >: weeks: result : .. .
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'-'- the students a i" ><*
4. c ,1:1 i of Bradford ? Refusal
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COCAPTAIN'SFor selected group i|. -, ,,n, v To
vote'-! ijuestioDed! m favor of "
Lee burff lame in a < 'I' "
erii'i' ': for
enson : ,
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2- (P" i ( nt for' General I Produce
: questioned I n! Records
adultr'I uj.
Delano ThomasThe the Tornadoes getting 7 loose ho\\ ,,:. unl a whopping per cent favo! il .... .' .,....
balls. Bradford played a defensive ;
i-etit --till I I 1 undecided" .
Earl Alvarez per cent Er-enlm \ {fit H (. l ,
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game deep in their own territory The si.ulents interpreted ; j: "
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of 51 I'
per .
Bradford Tornadoes scoreda with Delano Thomas getting oft tll 1 margin for t :fit- n.n', o i,' .
themeh'.s.The
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decisive 18-0 victory last Friday several long kicks on first downs 4 yds and T' ,ton's altempted t( \ealed by their poll in .- h IS t h .i ;
: pollisbein4 < >* In -- .1 t : ,,
night over the visiting Leesburg Leesburg, using a straight T ,, pass to McGee was incomplete. to 3 to 1 edge held by the -- tempt ot ioui'v
: the direction o' 1. !' < 'Hson 1 '.t .! .i,1..,. .lohn A H V. ,'
Yellow Jackets in the season'Eopening formation only once came close: tcscoring The ball went over to Leesburg or:: ocratic nominee in a ,
: the junior high hood'1' !P' u' '"i- his refu ,al! to
game for each. ;, and that occurred wher I their own 22 yd. line. Grigsbylost taken by the Telegraph i :u i I'
social -t'niie- hie
of i. i tor
A wet, rain-soaked field ham Ed Teston fumbled on the 21 2 yds. on a pitchout. Lees weeks ago. as an indication in-pecti in rt'ionU)
Mi Olson and: t !h ,' ." >r s inisiness: siid: to f tit' in t th.. .
line
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pered the play of each team. but yard at the start of the second i burg penalized 5 yds for offsides General Eisenhower is ;p

the Tornadoes scored in the first half. The Jackets carried to Brad Morris gained 3 yds. Allen's punt stiength here ciiutinuing poh' \ ".". o. e I _t "I 'ssioii' of George; W HanI.1 i,, .

quarter after Ocie :McGee blocked ford's 12 before fumbling the ball I blocked by McGee on 15 yd. line During the first week 132 weekh I.A.i i.Tiie k-onville accountant

a Leesburg punt on the 15 yard which was recovered by a Torna first down for BHS. Teston gamed I lontempt order \\ a-. -.4 '

line and Ed Prevatt scored twc do. < I yds.. Prevail fumbled and recovered -! Miss Olive Ray Beloved Teacher :1. h\ Judge Muiphree on St; : I
;ltd gaP..whn ,
I until Vii.isi.1t i
plays later from the 16. J'lay By Play for 5 yd. loss.: On the next .

Some 1.100 hardy fans braved: Leesburg won the toss and elected -, play Prevatt went the final 1C to receive Is Laid To Rest Sunday Afternoon I ijvins untten aiithorizatintIMmielake i iI .
the advene weather to see the defending the north yds. for a score. Jackson attempt.ed

Tornadoes launch their season or goal. Jackson l kicked: off to the] extra point try; was wide; i I I to make: availabYteiords

home ground. The BHS band and 10 yd. line and Allen returned 27 score 6-0. Jackson kicked off ti : Funeral services for Miss Olive I Legion in Stark* hein 11 i: i J02! I'olaroid t Mmm' r" ,. : ut his business mi"In i t.r :
77. who died Fri She served as regiati-ir ut the \\" '!ome tax returnsOn
visiting Leesburg band were like yds. to 37 yd. line. Allen gained Allen on the 15 and returned tc I Elizabeth Ray. I \ ul iitit eer ft ri-Ilica at He>Mop Heights are pictured ul*>\e at t a
19 the anniversary T. Weeks Chapter Uniteil Daughter the Sept. 9 deadline, h\\ ....
wise undaunted and slogged 5 yds. Fumble on next play recovered the 32 yd. line. Grigsby gained ? ; day. September m-t'Mt practict ,.'....ion. Pir-t runt(I III r) : ( and' Dennis. Km IJrouiiint "
of her birth were held Sun > of IhiConfederat for :37 [)owhn 's attorne* T..1 I I*
through mud and water to stage by Jackson on Leesburg'f yds. Moms streaked 17 yds. trBUS's I I ::, (art IVndnck. Chief ( lint Burton, Polhv Chief \\ ,). Kprniodv.S .
their between-halves show a? 42. Ed Teston gained 3 yds, Pre- 45 to end the first quarter day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock ir.1 years. taking applications for 101 mngs: Jr of Green Cove SP'I'| ._: -
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'(inil row: Hill! Beam Kill :Morgan. ( ar on \\ 1Iand. \\ ah.'r King;
scheduled. vatt lost 5 trying the left side of Second Quarter the First Methodist Church. new members during this periodShe ,, petitioned for a writ ,If t tertior i
G. Mitchell.! was a devoted church mem- i \t top on truck: lol :- Sliaiighness and Warrenallis.. 1 to review the orders whereh. .lu i_
I! Pastor, Rev. Thomas ; '
the line. Jackson
Early in the second quarter Prevail gained 1 yd. Morris stopped for no gain by

streaked 62 yards from Thomas punted from Leesburg'f Norman. then made 5 yds.: Off- assisted by Miss Ray's nephew | ber anti during the year of hei C S. Burton was elected Fire Club that undertook the forma Murphree demanded that 1'11\\! !Ii' ,

scrimmage for another score and: 43, out of bounds on 9 yd. lint-. | sides penalty declined by BHS. Rev Laurie G. Ray of Tampa failing health derived much comfort Chief at the organization meeting): tion of the fire department wa produce his records.

the last touchdown came right at t I Allen gained 3 yds. with Peachy j Morris gained 3 yds. but the bal1! I conducted the service. leading her Bible a flyleaf of the new Keystone Heights Volunteer composed of: Walter King, Bil!p This petition. which was )K' ';"il',' '

the close of the game when Vernon getting 7 and a first down. Alien ) went over to Bradford on their Miss Ray was born in Bryan of which contained this notation: I Fire Department. being Beam: Bob Shaughnessy and Car, by Judge Murphiee, will hR\" t t'', .
1875; and moved "August 30. 1951. I began read effect of delaying punisJuut<
Teslon. left end, fell on a fumbled on the next play and war own 38 yd. line. Prevatt went I Texas. Sept. 19. formed as a project of the Keystone son Wieland. any

fumbled Leesburg ball over the I I recovered by Bradford on 27 yd I through center of the line for 62 j to Starke with her parents. the ing the Holy Bible through for Lions Club. The city-owned fire truck haf that would have been meted .> .'
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II Far the 19th time. to Dowling for contempt until t'i">
goal. I line. Prevatt lost 1 yd., Teston war yds. and a touchdown. Jackson' late Richard and Cassandra Other officers elected were: C. been cleaned up and put into condition

Fumbles were numerous with stopped for no gain Prevatt lost (Continued on page eight) row Ray. 58 years ago. She began Miss Ray kept a record of each J. Bastedo Assistant: Chief: Wm and equipped with ade Supreme Court reviews the onie
teaching in the elementary of the 1,700( pupils she had taught of the lower court
I I I I 0I Scales and R. J. Shaughnessy. quate hose.
chool after arrival here and contin- I through the years and often remembered The new appeal must be t .,.-")
Captains; and E T. Martin. W. M The volunteer firemen will meet
for S* them with cards or by Dowling within 20 days I ti r > JI i
Clay County Democratic Executive Committee tied! her teaching career Beam, W :M. King and Frank every Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock i
ofhaving their birthdays and duringthe Sept. 9This .
She had the distinction
!I years. Walrath. Jr.. Lieutenants. at Stewart's Garage. where Ihetur I
j taught 1.700 pupils in the holiday season. They remembeiec' The committee from the Lion. I engine. is kept j wa,. the latest developing '

first or second grades during her her. too. flooding her with card, I in the prolonged litigation: v\liern i ,
Should Back And Start All Over
Up Again I lengthy service and messages at Christmas time visit After His Capture Bad-Eye Florida Bank at Starke se-ks '

In addition to her school work .' and often dropping by to S satisfy an $18,37150 judgenmi" '

:Miss Ray was active in the program their fondly remembered t'-acher rendered last April 22 In '.t\ .>i '

AN. EDITORIAL I of the First Methodist |I Miss Ray is survived ba sistet ,, the bank against Dov'ling

Church with which she united by i Mrs. Noble White of Starke. anc1 Zalutsky Tells All I The bank maintains that I Iiow1.-I IS .

In what has been described as "the most sonville, and has large land holdings in Clay t j transfer of membership on Aug. three nephews OlinV.. White is concealing his assets. ('OOMMM', ,

ill-advised, irresponsible, implusive and inane County. When asked by the Telegraph 1 23. 1894. She taught a Sunday IStaike.; George C. White. Talla- of certain conditional sal-, ,i.,..

0' action ever taken by a supposedly responsible Wednesday night if he voted for Hoover in I I School Class in the children's division hsee. and Rev. Laurie G. Ray of I Leonard (Bad Eye I Zalutsk} lP.r ll after tossing fire bombs at i tracts certain deposits In ban

group in the state of Florida," the 1928!) he replied, "That's been an awfully for 53 years. Ttlro'p the notonous life-termer escape |I II a guard tower. Once outside the I or banks", and certain debts: iwe.t

Clay County Democratic Executive Committee long time ago but I believe I did." It L I Miss Ray was also the oldest Interment was in th* family I artist who gave Slarkites some !! prison yard they dashed to the 'I i Dcwling. which tile bank daui,

has urged the Democrats of Clay Countyto seems that :Mr. Jennings has a well-establish I member in point of service of the plot m Crot-bv Lake Cemetery I sleepless nights a year ago i? : home of Mrs. H. J. Kucera wife should! be applied to its; judgment '

vote for Eisenhower and Nixon and then, ed trend toward bolting. 1 local WCTU and was the first', under the direction of DeWitt C safely behind bars at the State of the prison dentist, taking her .

follcwinj the, General Election of 1952 "to leader of the Loyal Temperance Jones Funeral Home. Prison near here. He was turned car and forcing her to accompany On June 13 Lester Samieis-! I -. ,
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either cooperate with any sincere national The resolution passed last Saturday night -- over to Florida officials after e them as a hostage. A wild chase an affidavit in the case. st-d-, *,

}by :Mr. Jennings' hand-picked committee is hearing before the U. S. Commissioner -I ensued brought to smash climax' .
that
effort to form a new party, or reorganize the a since March 21 he hah. -

Denucratic Party of Florida as a completely not worth the paper it is written on because : I Water Company !BPW% Parade in Pittsburgh. Pa. ; when the escape car was ditched; I employed by the Florida
I Zalutsky and a prison pal. ,lohrMontos. "11 the outskirts "f Starke The assigned\ to the J l',, "
independent party. 1. The Committees I
County
under Florida made -pectat'lIlal hie.ik 4'Su. pUSOIUTs t.-,( .11lf'11) til) :'tilI brain! to asswt in mvetiti'i l i ; : "

J. Irvin Walden, state Democratic campaign resolutions.Statute, }have no authority to pass such Wins% Litigation Set For MondayThe I from the prison on l..ah"i< I Kr] I '"n': .' ,ifil;! p.t; }:'. s i
director has said that the Clay County They may declare by resolution: I

Committee is "no longer in the :slightest only for the "nomination" candidates before 1fi"' "\ I :

representative of the Democratic Party." the primary. There is no authority for : (I'roni Clay (omit) Cresrent) High School Hand will It'ad. ;LILJ ,. j

them to declare for the "election" candi- Circuit Judge Bavard B Shield the Business & Professional \\'ornen -, I

That's1 putting it mildly. For our part, dates after their nomination. i has written what is peihap s Paiade which will take place > :J

\\e don't believe that it's even: representativeof I the final chapter in several!I Monday at 12 .15 pm accordingto They Like .. ( Newcomers

the Democrats: Clay County.It :2. The members of the committee attend- i: vearsof; litigation between the Mrs. Marian Howe. chairmanof ;:; ''

jug the Saturday night meeting did not constitute Town of the parade commIttee.Mrs. Starke And -r' !\ That

:seems to us that it's about time for the a quorum of the Clay County Demo-I the Keystone Keystone Water Heights Works ('om.I and! : Howe staled! that 17 different :tL : Say

Democrats) : Florida to wake up to what is cratic Committee. The committee has 22 women' organizations and Are
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Judge Shield
pam has
entered! Ready
going on and see to it that Democrats are member Ten members and one proxy were I a Decree declaring that an ordinance floats have signed; up for the parade ...J..F. FriendlySpirit

placed in positions of responsibility-both present. The statute requires that a "majority" : Among some of the outstanding ,
passed by the Town in October To Tell .; .
committees and the state must be will be the following -
on county on com present) to constitute:; a of features .. ; i
quorum. 1950) was a rhi t.1 1'\', unreasonable b %:
mittee. In recent years many of these places A majority would be 12. When asked repeatedly and confiscatory: and : Highway Patrol. City Po The World I ;J.fl- Means

have been allowed to go by default to men by the Telegraph Wednesday night if he was unconstitutional and void lice. Band. Mayoi ami Sheriff, with Much

and who have been Uooercrats considered the "Future Mayor." beauty operator r.
women membership present a He ordered the Town Council tc

Dixiecrats: and now are Eisencrats, and who quorum, :Mr. Jennings finally admitted: that assemble within forty-five day' business women's float. BSP. Jun- About It t .' : To Them
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are obviously using their positions to try "there might be some question as to 1 Rnd to enact another ordinance ior Woman's Club Senior Woman's "

and undermine the Democratic party by tIU11111f'. i, which would give: the water com Club. American Legion
: Auxiliary Lions Club, Garden, .
boring from within There was a time i pany a reasonable return on 1 its LMlI'"t ...
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have In order to double check the question of Club. Civil Defense Tuck Red ..' ... .. _
when it might not mattered so much i I investment.

who was selected to serve on the county committee quorum the Telegraph called :11'Y. J. Lese-j The litigation began in Februarv Cross nurses. Navy unit Future If Starke ever neeilc a l bi IP, 1
man of Nurses, First Aid. Big Dad gitl.
Penney Farms
: and the state committee-but that a member of the committee : of 1950 when the Town ob- motor court operators, etc offlt'e of its Chamber oi CUP
who surved as secretary of the meet- mf'f''t''f' 'I lie tILl.11,1. rla1a.lh ''f'; ,ii' ; ,
time friends is: just about gone. : fai ed an injuction again the suggest it be loi ;it.ci! .5 dn; to
jug in the absence of the regular: secretary Mrs. Howe said that the patadi .it46; Grand St UMIMu) ,itli .mi. of tin 'tin. iMnl-. ':: .
water
comparry enjoining the raising I "Uji t r P
Smelling a political rat in the so-called Mr. Leseman admitted that therl'H're ; will form on Ea-* Call St neai I : tla,'.\ rai"of'.1 h"lolo l "11' .. IH-\ ,
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on- of rates which had been ir For 11tht' modest white tianu I I. I/ Ji. ill.l she 1111.'
involution. The ly 11 the new :Ma.' oni( Hall at 12 i:> .....
County
Clay took t Star!
Telegraph present ( including ) and when j ing <>
proxy I effect by virtue of an informa! "Be house at that address resides, Mr I
on time and contact the
the time and trouble to dig in and find out questioned as to whether that city .
constituted .
and Mrs.
a4uorum agreement between the waffi r police and I they will tell wher A. Edward Hai h. a ; : !II'"

just what the :score was on this: most peculiar he replied.VeIl., we talked about it i cnmpanv and frie town since to fall in lip. Mi :*. How.von .saidDistrict I fnendlv pair of new' 'o'i'eishc '. two early busses that mornint.order S, I' ;.. .'. ". ,

document. We did this, not because of any ..mdwren't sure so we just decided to go 1926 but which had never beer i like everything about Starke am! to be on hand to gree II'i ij II 'aiIr ,i.'

hard feeling 01' rancor against any member ahead It had nil been carefully thought out officially enacted into law bv I .)lon't mind saying CII i but we had been delayed ail;;! sin ff,u;,.. ., I.", .

\, of the committee, hut because we feel an before hand. 'an 'way." t ordinance. Subsequently the': Governor The Haighs moved hen from nn--sed us when we final! got big biis.s s [I't -,I- hoi", *

obligation to the voters) of Bradford County water 1 heie" Howevet th' "h'ir'hs'ie ;:;: .
alleged of
1 company that it PhiladIphia in June and therein I r, lei tr c' -.
who might bo unduly influenced by the Clay) !| had hn; ;! made; ) ar'ang'ments: foi 'u. .
never been 'i '
As said before, we are not printing these granted an onpoi' :Speaks At Rotary I :s a story a very pleasant mi; i hur> ri f H I- ink "
County resolution, whereas they would not findings to embarass trInity to be heard on its petitior to hear stof) at Mrs pc.m' t".of U'e pn.n:;i'' t thing :,r.l. \
lit) if they knew the facts. Indeed. or pick a quarrel with for ; !Jy looked Mr Holling-woi'1 i ,' '
? knowof up
\\e member ; an increase in rates before i;i"' on r ei'11 t '1...
several any of the flaCount. ? Democratic "The Mr Haigh has spent 49 years ir.;: who showed : the plart'V... like: .
us .
intelligent people: here who actually Executive the Town Council. Circuit Judfff Rotary: ; Tot'V was th' I i I' es 1 i,oj' S I'

took the document seriously. Committee. We do know however Ogilvie: thereupon ordered the I topic usd by District Governor the textile industry first in hi-' it: considered the price te-:. ".r, ',. rid I I ./ .. .
that their resolution has been lative England and later in Cana- ; '
given
I town to give the company a hearing I L Price HicVman of Live Oak ir able wd hOIl h' ; 1'n II
.SM| '
After a dozen or more phone calls to wide distribution through the daily and I I la and Philadelphia, Some time 1
members press his address before 1I .
and to enact an ordinancetroviding the local! < lur i V\e r mi; pit ', "| '..- |kal| th. 't. le ,' --' ,
) of the committee and officials of Clay has undoubtedly had its effect on wavering for reasonable rates !' at noon Wednesday t go he and his wife became in'erfstcl S next? ,"',,.
mfJITHr.g1 'J' Han
County these are the facts a* we found 1 Democrats) some of whom have remarked!, The company then filed its amended I I "With fellowship an.l s' rvi. (' t< | in moving to a warmer thatam,' r\i\ .. ,|t. -e| IKX.I; S
I. | pr hld j at i t. I'
them : .!ust look what those ClaCounh". fellows that I others as its keynote Rotarv (I Imiate and turned their thought.:'I .
4We : petition alleging after. provides I' delivered! find JI-I.: i ., our rtrigerator > S '1'\) Iif ..
did Boy they sure told 'em off!" a hearing before the Town Conn- a common ground lot 36ftWO .- to Florida. The saw an advertisement d i 1\ .. '
told the Clerk -r le it\ fi.f lrrK'': j I IS I'
were by of the Court in placed m the PhiladelphiaEnquirer
And .:, cil the Council had simplv enacted ( bubines! ; and professional cecutives \. I tI had cut on the \\t'1,' 11 j *.It'd! .' -
to add insult :MI I Oil "
Clay County that he did to injury, the I
not know Mho the mater- :, I! by F C Holhn sworth. -
ordinance throughout thf .
members of t the l'ommittt't''lre and had no of-ceremonies on the Democrats for Eisen I an callingfOT sub I i A-orld regardless : !local E A Strout agent. and utilities: and: v.:. hn.i /'ned\ oiir'account S OJ' ,t.
stantialIv the same rates!' which,, of differing nat ional1t1eror : at the hlk! .
.
hower television ) i rant .
record of their having pronipth; answered Editor : ;-
qualified with his of- program Wednesday night had been in effect since 1926 'I political or religious behets.' It. I
fice. This wa* later denied by two members: urged :Mr. Jennings;: to tell the audience After volumninous teslimony the District Governor said. note: It pays to you know what 'S commend iso the (':.t\" p.: ]1'':". ', '!es ai-1 '.I H i iig i. :: .i-.
a the bti.sir--
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of the committee who said their "what the folks in CiaCounh' have done." The requested Mr. Holhngs- r"'p!' Ke hi.! 1 J.- i i Irit'-! I I
names were taken Wednesday I
before Judge William D. night a Club Assembly to deal WIt h foi t'-i .'. iinderu' .
(m file in the courthouse. We on1know, We submit that that i is a slap in the face of Barfield. as Special Master including of officers and coniTitter I worth to mail them some iulpIerof ., cooperative and tin ii. 1. .
I > servn.'Mrs
however what the clerk told and the Democrats) of Clay County holding that of chairmen held | The Telegraph because they ]JI"'I' I: h -t.--
us repeatedvhen up rate experts, account -< was with the District -i! Hower i 'i' f i; iber of '
\ called him later a scurrilous document, adopted 11 Governor to I figured a good way to jmlge a th- t t A' .1. 'l'
we as a double-check.} by individuals ants and G E Wiggins review the program (less than a legal quorum of the President of the company Judge of the local club. I, town is by its newspape: Th '\ 'lUrfeOUh rir..i r.-i', M.. : i a'I \
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County Committeemen and Committeewomen liked what Tt-l.-l I I- 'ed h%: "-
they Th
body they saw in -
purport to Shields Three I|
represent) as the consensus fHowingthe finding new members were wel .
are required to qualify with graph there thei .\not ho.r hir, ', .- : 1 '
the of the Democrats of Clay County and recommendations of Judge corned into the club Wednesday: oops goes an<> ipien

Clerk of the Court, just as are candidatesfor Earfield struck down the ordinance I!. C. Ritch. G. W. Darnell andP. I plug sorry i Iand decided u.-- abou'\ S'arni; "i. pn lt: o' r ant "

any other office. If they do not qualify We think that when a !supposedly responsible -: as being unconstitutional : T. Nolin Mack Futch is that Starke would be a nice placeto friendliness that prevails M- \bt'c. 1 f"\. II : .

for election, then they may be appointed. In body lends its name to propaganda that er new member of the anoth.I'I live Among the thing they I!. Haigh ,continues "That first U' .' tf' h
contains (to quote :Mr. Walden noticed was the of : : re"jjj'. 1-
this ca again) "wea recently wa inductedOccupational narre St. armed hf'r".e sat i1rjntne .
>l''e were told, no one qualified in we <
Mrs. Sarah Mott I '. '.,
sel words wild, irresponsible Marks' Episcopal Church def. t.
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charges and
I hPn.h bv the bank to retlittle : ; .
Clay County so11': .
Jennies .
Bryan ,
present downright struck !I aci' hi
untruths" the a responsive cOrd. for St
people ..
are entitled I FeesThe We hadn't been there t .
chairman of the committee, went around the to know the motives behind such action and Funeral services for Mrs Sarah Mark's was the name of the minutes before a man sitting ux'to i war ',' : .rl"'I'
under Elizabeth M"tt. 78, were held church !t I: v "f tr, >,,' lall
and enlisted what they attended in Philadel-
county to later condition* it is
persons serve, taken. That i is: tempo of obtaining city I us spoke and started a con1versation I I''
what Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock ir phia. They began i she says i iNV.= '. ". anJf" :1-
have corresponding
submitting their names to the chairman of we tried to do. state and euuntoccupationa1 A little later we moved | .
the Dekle officials II f..1f'r
i Cemetery near Lake With officials of the church and :
licenses has picked in these on down to the bench in front of
the state committee for appointment.Mr. In view of our findings, we hereby call Butler Mrs. Mott a sister of ColD up through that medium they came \tj kr.\ t f'
!; last few days before the Oct. 1 the Davis Hotel and we hadn'tbeen
upon the Clay County Democratic : E. Knight of Starke. died Sunday to know Mrs n.A'< i iV
Burns who
Edward
Jennings i is the son of one-time Florida Executive:, deadline. but City Clerk Car' there long before a nice lady I

Go'ernor'm. Sherman Committee to meet again for the purpose of:" after a long illness. Beside Johns and Tax Collector J. R Mr. Haigh says happily "has: taker i came up and started talking tc ,.s the 1 H.! ..: ttrk
Jennings, who came ratifying the action it her brother she is survived by asiater us under her I .
took :
at a meeting in I Kelly report that there are still! wing" us It'so different from up North j Sturke l.kf> \\
to this state from Illinois. Mr. Mrs N Cason of Lake .
Jennings the absence of a quorum as defined by Flori- r'ar.\ business housethat have This is the way he tellit : where no one ever speaks or parr wish there were mary 'I.: -

lives at :Middleburg, practices: law in Jack ia statute Crt v r- tI.'mr.e'l'h! !:V law 'We arrived! .n Starkon Ju.fL's :#1\ attt"!.Von: ( t :-trner: Mr 'er ..

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BRADFORD STARKH. FLORID .
TWO COUNTY TELEGRAPH iUDAY.. SE1TEMKKR V fit.
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I' TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT j day. I SunJay. Bill, the girls and I. drove George Finders, in Clearwater F. I? Pinholstei ri,,
BRADFORD E. L.
MATTHEWSi I Mr and MrsVmfred Hazer I I..lien to Dunedin Sll'\\ t j.I-t F" i iat
i is have lunch We sine had lots of fun visiting .i! spent '
and children of Gainesville former .. ,,,
COUNTY EDITOR BROOKER M'h his family: : the Senior Big- the old home town.Allen I-iW L. 'U 1 '-.f
Satur
residents of Brooker, were ',
PUBLISHER day visitors at the home of M;' : ]'lams! \Vhho; d.\. :i-t.tt.', we al cn'lt.i Lents <'f Palmetto spi'n': IIF .1 J 1.\ -
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TELEGRAPH ( i.iie (i. ltiglrunuuu.u.AA.uAAAAAAAAA !M.K I "
and Mrs Doyle Hazen. i t1)'I: : :' : ,1'1.1 1 :emit! 1 ,t ekend! \\.th! hipile'1') :-, Mir 1! o..i': M--
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Mrs Hazen and daughter! p: .nl I tat: : :M'K! :<
Subscription Rates: Established In 1879 Ad\ertiMng KatesOn Frances Ralph the .. .. "'-- --, _._.- _.;
vIsiting -
were --- .
Year $1.50 6 Mo. Application The Brooker Home Demonstra- Man :I j'. --- -- :..ill-;:- -, c< 'i> ---- "
$2.75 .
Jack Hazen in Starke list Sunday .
j'I Club meeting wa- held Thursday '> -- ., .- -.... ... 4
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION __ MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION I Sept. 18, at the Community Cen- > ., \ "" ,....,,,,- '//> 4
i ter. I Ii Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott hit' > ... / 4
i i house their Ir.-.t;. 4
their gUst
The of buck towel designs as ;, '
01 The Nixon AffairUp .1 making neice. Janie Lou Taylor of Worthington :-- : 4
The Significance was the special feature of i >> 4 4
the meeting.The Springs. 4
to now enough has }been written about for Nixon will maintain that "everybody"evades next regular meeting IFi i iI i Mrs. Rita Brown of Dunnellni :\ *> ; 4 4

"The Nixon Affair" to fill a couple of good income taxes-so why not Senator i scheduled for Thursday. Oct. 2 :. was recently visiting her daughter -= 4 4
'sized books and still the controversy rages Vixon? We reject such line of argument. at the Center, with the making )Irs. L. A. Mott and family.Saturday. *K oVET 4

over whether or not the Senator's action in vYe believe that there ARE honest people- :i of ties and scarfs as the demon Mother md! D.td, th* >> 4 4

accepting and using an $18,000 unreported'gift !both Republican and Democrats: -who stration for the evening L L H.iKlee-oi! Kit k>on\i ille!! ..\,'ttMSlUllf +K 4 4

fund" be excused condoned on :nake honest income tax returns. ttt 4
can or The first executive meetiiiK of ll- .111 !I'tll''! ': illg1u 1 4
moral or legal grounds.As Under the law Senator Nixon should have! the 'P. T. A. was held Thurs.iay; ;:. 4

we see it, a moral issue is involvedin '!reported} the donations on his tax return night at the home of the prl'sld'n! >> M 11"I 4 4
which individual will e'en.If they were properly ueluctible Mrs. Howard Wait. > 4
every PAID 4
have to examine for himself as expenses. Under I Tentative plans for the, H.<1U. > CASH : Quantity Rights Reserved I 1'ricfv (1IICld Thru sa 1 rcpt '; 4

decide whether it was COMMENTS the Internal Revenue code, we'en Carnival were made >. 4
and IJY PRO-EISENHOWER After the delicious FOR GOOD; U.KVN: 4
business
meeting
receipts to be Low
according to e are Prices
expense 4
right dictates or wrong of his conscience. NEWSPAPERS listed under income. then sub-: refreshments e M; 'i \ed i E 152 Call Street 4
the Used Cars 4
to the by the hostess; p'
General Eisenhower .racted; under deductions. The group EverydaySpecials 4
Whether Herald Tribune The first regular meeting of the 4
The Xt'w'orl.
Jtli I I then the
thinks it Eisenhower is right or thinks whether it (traditionally Republican) legitimacy! can of the pass deductions.upon P T. A. will be held in the s.'h! i J. Wainwright E Too fare, Florida i 4 4 4

General called upon Senator Nixon: "tc cafeteria Thursday night Sept ,. 4
is wrong is beside the point. make a formal offer of withdrawal Nixon's wrong was that I he 25. and all parents are mgfd tt Motors 1. --p ----.. :::- r'YiJI 4
His opinion, whatever it is, from the ,'k.," ants a I'\lwr-who certainly: I attend. 4 4

should not affect the final decision commented" if government should 1 have known better Mrs. Guy Harrell and drfught! > Templev t.Olar": .', Fla. E MAXWELL HOUSE Vac-Packed 4 4

of every individual i is to. me in a clearer atmosphere apparently! set himself up asbased Regenia and Ramona. are plan t
on his own personal than has characterized the judge to decide for himself ning to join Mr. Harrell in :Max I Lb CanSwift's
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soul-searching. Washington in the last that the gifts were not ton. X C. next SUnday. -

that jear*, it i is essential that men co me. and therefore omitted Mr and Mrs. Earl iite-r! am'
The evasive argument circumstances daughters were Sunday 1,)it n4t 1 : .4
avoid
the in high, places I hem from his tax return.a 4
Senator cannotsalary live on which raise any Kind of The: Government, consenISenatur the home of Mr and M'F! :M SAVE $100 -- 4
and keep himself 4 t
he gets doubt as to the disinterestedness I '. had I Virkery in GainesvilleMr ChunkTUNA
which ) no opportunity E FamousJEKEL Star-Kist Lt. Meat
*he to a tent .
in style of their conduct.. i! and Mrs. G. \" !II"> "> 4
the tax issue
beside upon j 4
is accustomed is 4 $ involved.: I' dinner guests of Mrs lvs parents k.iitp.] LUXE 39-lNCft 4
the point. Although it )Ir. and Mrs. I R .1 I \\ t son 4
The Washington Post, likewise 4
may be socially desirable} I askingivon'. withdrawal \ Columnist: Bertram F enelict ''in Dundee lat; Tuesdav I J'' i.tiMrs : I

there is no law, as far as we commentede: expresseda I points out that it makes Guy Harrell J'""It "'n' a 4 4
Senator difference under the tax former lesident. MitI I wEll.) 4
know, that compels a belief that Ike would !lit the no i i GAS RANGE 4
mansion laws whether or not tax- nards: in Lake City la- '.*. I'dues
maintain $40.000 a
to a dinamie force to rejuvenate I
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a fashionable :section of our politics. We still harbor payer actually receives and-! - Lb Can 2 S

Washington, such as Senator that hope{ hut it ii is h\iou<- handle himself anything of I lCiqJI//I 1\\ 3 S9C 29C II

Nixon told his television audience that his effortsill{ he gra\el value equivalent to'income.. \ e -- '
he owned. It should be his H -- /
Tuesday night handicapped if his running reported on : OOt(i 0 r
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Of course, the Senator invited mate exemplifies the imelhica'( return. mD0 i 4
sympathy by explaining that conduct that h.i.i. ileiioiincing. -
The Jacksonville: I Journalpoints I t Donald Duck 3
he still owed $20,000 on his ."

Washington$3,000 on his home California and another home, The New*" York* Times,* : "The enough"signed, out Senator his I own that Nixon: strangely almost; i iJf ii SA lAD 0 RES SIN G Pint 19C 3

but these obvious appeals to questionliirh the Republican I rant" with his attitude r-- i
the notoriously soft hearts of leaders must no\v face I i- ,
:mother situation dating back
whether Mr. \;ionrecord ir
American people were
the full At that time STANDARD
the this matter has not impairedfatally \ year. )
likewise beside point. I
Nixon demanded that William
his usefulness as a
Equally irrelevant is the f'0raluilatl'! ; for the office of Yicc1'reshlent. M. Boyle and Guy Gabrielson I II 11 DURING OUR : COR NED BEE F 1 l' Oz 39C 4

called do the"argument"same thing-and that others ." resign because as national of their party outside chairmen /' v_ OLD RANGE ROUHHP : I 4E

xvorse-:-so why pick on SenaTh. Miami: Hearld: ".\1. activities. At that time the Trade in your old stove for this

tor Nixon? If :such reasoning though there ii is no evidence of Senator took the i position that itreamlined kitchen beauty today. E Distinctive Flavor and Aroma i

is going to be the basis actual wrong-doing in the use given though neither of theseof Reg. Price 289.50
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our moral structure in of the fund there can he ncquestion men did anything wrong S COFFEE F 79C

these United States-heaven it is an unwise practice morally or legally they could A Policy to Now Priced 239.50 JASTOR
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help us. The worse is.yet to just as it is ill-aihlsei jnly restore public confidencecome.
If every man in the for lawjers In public life to accept in their parties and in governU. LESS YOUR 50 50

S. Senate were doing the prhate employment froir: ment by resigning. fit your OLD RANGE : Aunt Jemima WhiteICORNMEAL 3
interests may
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rltt'nt.110..1"
same thing it still would not .'..." So-was Senator Nixon's: 4
the Imhh( Lbs
make a wrong act right. da..hlth :acceptance: and use of the unreported Personal Needs 189.50 L 5 18C 4 4

But aside from the quesuO.'O. Drunimoml in The ( $18,000 fund right E. Johns I I 4
)r wrong? If we are to judge Charley Central Fla. GasI : 4
tion of whether Senator Nix- Christian! Sc'ie> ('Monitor: : ".\t 4
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on's extra-curricular fund was the \ery least the disclosure of from his "appealing" television Agency 4

wrong or right, the fact reth. manner in which Senator appearance Tuesday Phone IS STARK, FLA s U. S. No. 1 White 3
mains that from now on out thou has been financing hi night his only defense was & Appliance Co. ,
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it will ill behoove the pot to office threats to undercut the that a Senator can't live on ,,,.u ,,,r I POTATOF *! 1 lOLbs 59C 4 4

call the denied kettle black.do We have Republican issue.position It weakens on the General corruption his:hat "regular""everybody income else does andlien'r ; it ;...... ..'...... I: 119 West Call St. 1 I I 0 4.4
nor we condone 4
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the fact that there are l.i....nhower'ability tdme <' why shouldn't I ?" epresen'..ino THE TRAVELERS Hartford I Phone 301() Starke. Ha.RADIO .f -. ..4
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his i .,.. i .
single: central
instances of graft, corruption i..ut'r' will :soon; know whether I iI I h New Jonathan 4
: Calif. 4
home to the American people Crop TokayGRAPES
and 1 influence peddling under : Jie Republican! National Committee I ..4.
u tht' o\erridhig r reason it !" 4
the present Administration.The 1 considers this adequate
neccessary to change I parties
fact that they were there 1 lefense of his actions. If ANDTELEVISION
completely 1' ;in this election, not
also 1: under I past Republicanadministrations just change 1'resitlents." :hey decide to white-wa h t the STARKE SERVICERepair PPLES I
does not Nixon affair it will throw I I s

:nake them right. But the :heir "corruption" theme sonir: I

significance, as we see it, in the Nixon affair definitely off key. It will be recognized for: I ...

is that the Republican have sought to what it is-largely political catch )phrase Service On All Makes Lbs Lbs '

set themselves up on a holier-than-thou plane and the tongue in the cheek of the I Ke-; 5 49C 7 25C ,

and campaign on the basis that the qualityof publican Party when discussing this "is:
honesty i is the exclusive property of the will be all too obvious. 4 4

I Republican: ( Party The only possible good we can see t to be ""' "" "..:;.....nc.r'. """" ""'JI.4L"4; 4 4
Aside from the moral implications, Sena- derived from the furor over the Nixon > 4
tor Nixon laid himself open to charges of income .if fair is that it should at least compel PHONE t DUNCAN HINES Frozen 4 4

tax evasion, if the JUt; Department the Republican: Party to get its view: on PROMPT ,. Cans 4 4

wanted Republicans to deal have with demanded him the same it deal way with the focus Corruption and stop and trying influence-peddling to sell the American back into RELIABLE 198wW ... 0 RAN G E J U ICE 1 99C 4 4 4

others. Likewise those who gave the expense 4
gifts to Nixon would vulnerable in people a bill of goods' by representing SERVICE 4

ca.-'e they deducted the money from their honesty and integrity as the exclusive prop- I : AGEN Sliced, Sweetened, Frozen 4 4

own income; tax. Here again the apologists rties of the G. 0. P. I 4
:!:!'s E. CALL ST. STVRKL.: : I 11.1. Cans
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TTTYTTYTYTYYTYYTTTTYYYTTGRAHAM and K 1:. Mi Kicney of Starke. Mrs. Ratlitfs mother. MisCrenshatv J F I
:\1 I. and Mrs. Louie Dempsey .
i in Gainesville SUlld.1 i .._ .
:attended the funeral ofIr.. Atwater i I : --- r rnn I
Mrs. Equilla Roberts has .
He' ie ,
\\.is Mrs.in Dempscy's Gainesville cousin.Friday. ; turned home from a visit with i II I I II : Corn Fed, Rib End, Loin :

Ky Mr Bonnie M'hinnt'y&ALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAA. Mr and Mrs Vacial Davis an- friends and relatives in BI.u-kshtMi! : Lb

noiiiu the birth of a daughter or Ga. | We Set Patternfor I P 0 R K ROAST S 43C
Alachua General llos-1 I I .
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Sept. in ,
Mr and Mrs \\' B Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Andrewoj! \ ,! 4
pital j jMrs. Hastings visited Mrs I Iparents : t :
Andieus the Future
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$,1lh'h3nl of Lutz west dinner .. ..
Alice Starling had blood -- -
the Mathew 4
Wasdins. last
uoi;t.- of Mi and MIS. John Me poisoning in her leg last week I weekend.The I .. --- .JI 4

l lInl'U"LjY.. Callingduring but seems better now. >! 44
Ed Parrishes spent Sundaywith : Best Center Cut
the afternoon were the V L. Mi' Emily MeKinne\' spent the weekend E U. S. Grade Good 4
Kinncys of Ga IIlt'ln lIt'. Mis Lallu with lelatives in Gainesville Uutler.the Frank Schofields in Lake Our responsibility extends beyond the t : 4 4

Burns and! children of TV ion. X. C The L. E Rlthf wore MatingVTI t i i generation i i. which'we live. Through our 4

irn.,n..Mns.1rf K II Mrs y. and Kate family Starling, and and daughter son individual%and 'collective thinking and PORK CHOPS CHUCK ROAST 4 4

M&rrom Beatrice Hines and family, enjoyedi" behavior we iaSjaehce- the next and pos- ,

where I sit.. J uoe- Marsh ,son.! all-day Pode,fish and fry family.at Bell with her sibly several generations to come. : 4 4

:Mrs. John Surrencv spent the'Weekend i The Jdad of pcipL we inculcate in : Lb Lb 4

w' in Tampa with her twr tfle youth! oi f.today, who. will be the lead- 59C SSC 4
Two Sidesto
No Longer brothers. I 4
Henry Osteen and Leroy ers.of tomorrow may "have an important 4
who has been 1 : ...
seriously ill.
:impact upon the hisljryof this nation and 4

..1later This- Question I home Mrs after Lela Willis has returnee the world for generations to come. : ,,-...,.,..- WV '-Z=1'7='--- __ ,_ 4 4
visiting in Bartow witl-
her son, Victor and wife. .. ELAND O'SUNSHINE Pure Creamery 4 4
seen tlu e two-fa mil)' she say."And they said let's J pe, ,
houses the) hate in some places- & color we all! like.! So we did. .\ Mrs Thelma Droughton and th- I I D Pound 4
with separate front doors and nice shade of gray for both ,Jes." I H M. Wasdins were shopping ir Only Incentive to Lazines'sExisi ..the Heresy Eli Ij TIER E 19C 3

porches-siJe.by hide? My Mderowns From htre I sit, so often when 1! Starke Saturday morning.j !I That' the Country Owes Youth a Living 4
half oC' and lives in it.near j Lonnie Hines and CatherineI Whether Youth ,
one there's a difference of opinion it's I Is Willing to.Work or Not! >.i
Philadelphia. I Hines were united in holy matri 4
best to sit right! down and work I SUPERBRAND Colored 4
last I Quarters
mony Friday in Georgia. .
Xice little frame noire. Only Sis things out (like when our volunteer 4
painted her half brown and the firemen decided to serge both \\ Mrs. Flake Watson who is em I II i Pound 4 4

other family always painted their? lemonade: and beer at their annual j cloyed at the Farm Colony, spent I i Use Yc.: ; S.;r:*; Chj:;;:.on or. Your: L :b. 3. MAR GAR I N E 19C 4
I three days at home last week. :
green. UuineJ the etfect-but for picnic; last month). Don't let prejudices I 4 4 4
years neither family ever thoughtof "(olor" sour opinion of jour | Mr. and Mrs. Alex Shelp 5,er.' i I 4

suggesting that they both de- neighbor. He'll probably be quiteas I Sunday in Starke with their s.n ii I k I, E SUPERBRAND Ice 4
i i-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs I II II 4
c ie on a common shade. open-minded as you are. : E II I II
'I Lloyd Farber. FLORIDA BANK at STARKEotfr I 4
Now Sis writes that their two- Pts 1/2 Gal 4
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tuned home is no longer. "I men ; I P 69C 4
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01.1 o u..rwJ /
tioned were going to repaint /. 4
we I Adding; Machines anfl I'orUhle I! loriJa liulionat group 4

Typewriters sold} on time.-Brad, l'geEP 4
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
:FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER: 26, 1952 PAGE THRF.P
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'YY TTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYY' Twelve members attended the their parents, Mr. and Mrs :M. L. I in Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. I for a brief leave. He and his wife. :'RD0.. :14.! 1..beginning cf a curve concave to the I Ignated.
I That part <>f the following de- ( Southeast, having a radius of It is further order.d ,
Hicks of will
Watterson Evelyn be in I
led Mrs. Betty May are away. Keystone for a few '
program by :: si rihrd land: 1 H.02:; feet, thence run Northeaster notice be published on.. e '
and Mrs Florabelle Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Horace May and vile was a Sunday guest of :; days before leaving for a new as- StartIIIB from The Northwest corn..r ly along said! curve 132 10 feet 'I for four weeks prior to i> .
HAMPTON Mrs. Minnie Johns '' Mr. and Mrs.: G. C. CosWalter '1 signment. ,.f Section 18, Township 6 !South 'through a central angle t.f 37'25"; :: 195'. in Bradford County T. '!. _
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A covered dish luncheon war were Thursday parents I, Range :22!: East run South 1760 feet to a point en survey line of State a duly qualified ne. !'p.q..
served, with the Rev. Harold Bowe guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson I' Griffin is visiting Approximately 100 persons attended for point of Beginning, thence continue Road ;:3."i.: Section 2S12: designated hshrd in Bradfn'ff ,'---1W \ I'
By Mrs Wm. South 889 feet thence Fast as Station 13- -37.!S5 .
thence
\\. Hammond May at Gainesville.Mr. Ga. run : I n. \ < d i t1!.
I and Harry Welch Evangelist and II | Waycross the regular monthly meet- 132ft: feet, thence North $69 3 feet North S3: 1J: Wf-t-t 50 feet them >":I. k r' I
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ I song leader as honored guests. A and Mrs. Horace May attended \ Mrs. Ena Nazworth was j i ito I Ithenrr West 131n; : feet to Point mn North 33 ::!4'Vst 133.6: feet County, Flo .
Monday by : ing of the Keystone Heights PTAat I..c I Hrginnin ad lying in W4 of thence run North 45 r.9'v.-..1 yr, ifett -.1,1.I ."
Ga.
I I business meeting followed the :I the Annual of Primitive: Folkston. I x".r Section 1*. Township 6 theme run North ?.'. 3"t'.-t I.. 1 I I T" III-. :! lag it.HDEAH -
Demonstration nub luncheon. Baptists meeting at Union Fla. i illness of her mother Mrs. i, the school on Tuesday Sept j South. Range 22 East lying within T-:: I.r t I" 'hr :<'.11111 lin. ..! 81-:'.. of :
Mrs. U. D. Dyal entertainedthe II | 16. The first grade room mother, i ;;01 fret each side of 1'IIn'line of SE', of $Ei ..f Set-ti. I1 Township !. ," \ !
i Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and daughter Sunday. i Henderson. $tair Road S-:: :', Section 2S51. said 6 :o'ltb. ItangrP' K.i: .t. tl.tu- r."
Hampton Home DemonstrationClub Mrs. Williams were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox visited II \\'. A. Saxon, who recently were hostesses for a covered disr- survey line being; described as {..J- North 7T:> "6" \\V.-t : t9: f.t t to .1 -
at their last meeting at her George I supper. The new committee chairmen lowsRrgmnrtg on the South line point dt-Mgiutttil tlniiin a> St.U', '.
home '' in Jacksonville :Monday. I j the O. J. Phillips family at Lawtey to West Palm Beach fell of 8\\1. of SEVt of Section 111, Ii- -(" th. Mid 1..f.ml I d' I L '
I with the president, Mrs. '\ Sunday.William I carpenter work, breaking were introduced. They were: Township c Si.uth, Range !! Fast, {I". cot.ui"15 "s .x I' j; i n i iK
, Wm Hammond, presiding. Aftera I' )IT. and :'1 no. Charles GasWnr doing Hospitality, Mrs. Sipprelle; Library at a joint l2: t..d"e't of Southeast I. s s.
short business Mrs '' and children of Palatka spent the Phillips of Jacksonville, arm and injuring a shoulder. e"I'n..r..rald Section ISithtnoe I &o\ n..1 t.ida .T M.: i r .
meeting Mrs. Fox; Membership Mrs run Xorth .40'2S"! K'r.tI4 .
spent Monday night and Tuesday I Brown, son Emor you, ('Hi .t h |rf \.ll. ,1.1: 111 \
Hammond turned the meetingover weekend with Mrs. Gaskins mother Mrs T. F. Dodd; Recreation, Mr. Powers; 7" !t42: fv..t t.. the beginning of a i onun.'ndI' to al'I'.lf| a "h' '.- I
to Miss Dorothy Ross the Mrs. Ena Nazworth and family with his sister :Mrs.: C. A. Cox. and wife accompanied her '.UI'\ .. ..n..I\ .. to the Southwest, titlnl court. (.n i).,- i i1, d.i\ :
Program Miss Mansfield and .
; having a radius of 1"? 5S feet and ". I
and husband. Gainesville I ( < ti'lm 1 I1'! :, t.> vow| what iij.-
Demonstration Agent who in ,i Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lewis and est son Frank to school education. Mrs. Hayes. A a renirai a'rgle of 5,3a! ; thence nunNnrthi..teriv title. nit. ri ,.t. or 1 I', n n i... .11 \
structed the members to do Huck 1 Mrs. John H. Parker of the ( day, where he entered the alongaid uri \'e ..f you. hate in and 'n .111) i'f it:.
daughter, Wanda of Starke were Farm theweekend' \ committee was appointed for the i ;"')..::3: iwt to the ..lId.of curve, .11.111" devnlnd .,td
Colony spent and is member of .. i I'nnii\| ; i LIVESTOCK
Towel Embroidery which was Sunday dinner guests of Mrs versity a Hallowe'en Carnival. It consists ot 'i'h: 42! lj';i ?, West 23; ?.9a show cau t- why tl I. -...u.h.td: j
greatly enjoyed by all. F. and at her home here. band and played there I fet t.tne beginning of a curve'concave not \oe tak n for Utu 1 anil i>,.' fOR REf aI u rv -)tAD
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I Lewis's brother, R. Dyal Mrs. Powers. Mrs. Stucky. Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and the football I to thNortheast, having a 1 povr-v M t forth .n iht p. I.n (.I. .' tivi-ie A. ,
Refreshments were served to ten family. evening during Fox Mrs Han: Mrs. Walker. Mrs ridm.of 1909 Sfi feet and a central her in.
SOn Edward and wife of Palatka'were angle of !II 44thence (I'n Xorth- Phone haln"">\ iU <<'l"! < "
members three of whom united childrenand Mrs. M. B. Layfield and I Sipprelle. and Mrs. Starnes. 'fKEpTI'r: ; th.if ., I>," lai.f .. T
Mrs. Dan Loper and \\ p"lenlIinne said iure 62444
of Mr. .
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Sunday guest an I of Taking has I.e. i f Io.t in TI.al.oij
With the Club at that time. ter, Mrs. Raleigh Brannen fefi 10 the mil of curve, thence ru"uNorth .
Miss Marie Taylor and little The chairman of the Library M\ltd cws.by i> ihr I'ttit i
Mrs. David Swindell. 23.3I'2h"'est!: 10-! :36 feet to
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her RKNDr.Rr.RS Inc
and FLORIDA
family of Hampton rr. ih acquiring .IUtll\ lit it.. ,
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W.MU: Study Group niece of Theressa were Sunday j Mr. and Mrs. Troy Norman and I I. Committee requested that eacI ].:: ,. the West line of X\V., of said Section proceedings, of the taking) f : .
Gainesville
,
C. Layfield of 18 12196 feet South
Baptist State Missions was the afternoon callers in town. daughter Earlene visited Mrs H. I member donate one book for the !I.-if Northwest at a point corner of said Section ,ilii>\<' described lands fol the ]'i.Mif .' -

topic of the W. M. U. study day at Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Roark and i I[i Norman's mother. Mrs. N. J. Tom called to Tampa Friday \ j(!. library from a list recommended! 15. Containing 14 ..tinmoic, i-r |iaii.se.s.t MZ forth' as in right the I'....f:1)tition', in ilia n.rage --
of
the Church Thursday, Sept. 18. children and Mr. and :Mrs. R. F.I I linson and sister' Mrs. Billy Byrd ,: by the serious illness j: by the teachers. ,: less I Iowned. excluding by: existing I..ruP"II.roadI Jr alit< lies, and! borrow pits I" -
daughter Mrs. J. M. Blount I I a in.rtio-i of State oadl'::::.' and!
D "al were shopping in Starke Sat !'I II "it..1 No :ifi it.-r.il I Iltl. h I.. ft .
> of Lake Butler. T. B. !i I There was a great deal of inter- State goad 1'3.. in Kradfoi.l! ,.".,tFlorida \
is at the Station -- SLID N''. ;C-ti i
a patient
urday. I Mrs Lynn Hall and daughter:'. Blount had est in Mr Sargent's announcement t: jr;9-- :2.4! and that John .\ H. M.nphrte. : Let Us Thoroughly
tarium there. :Mrs.: one of the JHKS tl.) i\;
Mrs. Archie Eiland of Homa- i Mrs. Crawford, were in Palatka Saturday ; that there N. a possibility of z!I I'' That part of: i'uit Court in the Fight .IUdl< .al Wash Your Clothes
t sasa is staying with her sister, i eye operation fourth teacher by Oct. I. :Sa:" of S>\" of XXV'i of Si i tion Ciriint of }Florida will, "'; the I:::
i I while Tuesday on business. H. W. Priester and children >. Township fi South i lUitme 22:! day of Srptenitii: r, A I'. I .'.".2. at '-'
:Mrs Donald McMahon Miss Helen Adkins of Daytona ''ralatka spent Saturday at I K.1-:. i>"i'iK within 10 fet each "i if. ,.M 9 rounds
of the following dos. ibeil dutch Circuit Court Chambers in t'tiuntx
I Beach and Calvin Richard of Ala- : home of his sister Mrs. ;u Mir rircnit Court (If The r.ishttJudicial .' nterline' <',,11111I"11.... i>n the1'et /M'oiirt I House at C.ime.svillr: Floridaconsidi .
0 0 Cirriiit Hrulf..r.l fount;. line of XW, of Section 1 I'. Tow n- r said I>n.htraticn .f Tahapporit
atih Hearing Aids chua spent Sunday with Miss Ad. i Adkins, and family. I'liiriila. 1.:1: :;'' ship Ii !>South Range 22 Kast. it a I ing. | | iippraiscis .ttttniak.\ For 40c !
I kins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mrs. E. L. Birt jIIWI'Inn.XTY.: .a iiolitieaMllnllVIMol I point i 121''t: feet South of Northw"t such orals us the'rout ] (l ittiiMO -
I
Mr. and 'if the Stat "f Fl'U iliaPd.ti..n..r. "orn.r ofaid Section IS. perI FREE Bleach If Desired !
Adkins.Mr. I Holland Payne of Hampton t.- T I..r.h> 1 ll.ill. tt ..ilMinrr. thouruin! South 23:.:ST'v": East I
I Ml |par in s n. tin -\\it\ ni.il\ .ill
AND and Mrs. Everett Williamson of I J.-'Ililants. lit'!" :..! fret to the beBinniiiB of a Temple Ave. Starts
Mrs. Inez Offerd nr HI i.r.MI pail is :Illt..Htll may \I'I..al :vnilI. !
I and of Gainesville were u ry'wave) to the Xoith'.i'thavinjr !Ii..lld ..I tin linn. 11.1) 1'l.i.: tit.-- .
family were dinner guests Sunday '..Ii. uf ln.l'teutl'teut liiimaln Proceed a radius of ISftft! S6 fret anda I II. .a
I BatteriesDiabetic Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs ins:: c enti.il\ angle of 1" 44': thenrun .
II Mrs. George
their mother IX TIn x.unXP: KY: TJIK:; Sonth.asterly along 'awl uurve t.J4 I
Thornton Johns and family. and husband.Mr. AfTHoKlTV < 'F THK STATFOF 44 f.-"-t to the ..n.l..f ors ,'. 1ltii >- :
Foods Miss Gladys Brandy of Starkr FLoRIP.V mn South 42. I I.::;':'*" K.i t :-:,5; f? t WILL PAY CASH We Will
HOW TROUBLES CAN /i Mr, Ben Saxon \\ :M.\Y COXCHUN ,
and TO ALL ,110IT: to a point I on. survey !I'1'' of Set! > ,
I spent Sunday with her pan'nts.I : AXP: i" all persons] andparties I 1 "'. ."" ,
Saxon I:Bad S-:": S.- tion : .1.! d."-.ign.it.v Your
PILE UP/ AND and Mrs. Thornton Johns. Mr. and Mrs. George having, "rlnming an <. ped in Gainesville Monday riKlit. I ill.! -. nitfit.t. .' t.itv., niiirtBag South 47 44'2": West ".0 !<., t to
I I Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. DeGrovc .
SuppliesSurgical visited Ben's son Vivian who *-, or i.tli.-r In n.- to or mi thus l.nl\T: "F nfoXIXXI"f: ,1 I..h AND: rm'woon For 20cIn
Jr. and Mrs. Blount of Jacksonville e. ,rt am it.ii'-1! > "f laud hM'cinafttidiM r centering theme run =South 4" "..4WM -
AN automobile, for example at the Hospital thf> rilini lit ih'1, following New AutonmtlDrlcnf
I Johns patient .11 per 2 \ ,0 fut to th. ,1..1 i ) of ,111. h TIMBER
can be a great source of I visited Mrs. Minnie and report he is doing fine. sans. together with all unknowrnr"ii 1 .eit<., .n. 1 1'iiniaining .i.i'a':: < it.
Ii Sunday. | > laiinine, by, through or 1111d mor..u J.! .".
trouble to its unless he i I, A Post Card Will Me
owner and T known IMMVUI who srd..id.. 01 Bring
Earl Normal who has enteredthe Mrs. T. J. Alderman !" ou owl! by: 1.1'(1P..IL Jr.S' .
who are not known tu be d'-.1(1 01 i '
has adequate insurance Supports < lion :'st2 :- 101 -- StattKo.id:
coverage. Canova To See You.
I University at Gainesville, Billy and Mrs. Mona alive: 2"i: ; I'.r.Klford Countyil..r
Some vitally important forms of Names :1.111 adds.Dornth..y ..
at his home Staike attended the football :N.. l'4 1.11..1.11' jut h Loft
AND spent Friday night : Hall Paytona H.*ai'h, Florida J.-n-
protection for the motorist are ; ; .-.1.: NO 1-4: D. B. 'Dick' Thomas The
here and was accompanied tc in Gainesville Saturday night. fir M. ll. Daytona Itearh. Floridatj ; '. ;.7 N". r.n i ). Washeteria
Bodily injury,Mcdical Payments i: Trusses Gainesville! Saturday by his par j f J. Junior is Drum :Major of -roy pt.1l, Jr. Addn-ss I'nknown 1'h" |1'."" ..f Law lev. Fla.
Property Damage and Personal fI had the Albert Albright, 1J1S1 CrvinfftorStritt 1 .--oi:1;: : :' ..f sE'i "f s. n..n :
and Mrs. Normanand BUS Band which Jivtroit 3. Mii-hiK.ui. lila .1
ents. Mr. Troy ; ,. .
TO
I n-i.ip. I. outh, Range: 20! i: Accident. Collision and fire and of at the game. M-rut. 11 F D. Lake Itutlt-r: Flora I .'.", ,
: We Rent sister Earlena. : playing da. ; within' feet each sid <'!

theft coverage is,of course a must. I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Hampton people are real -S2'2'l-O;; ;; Slat Road S- the line- foiling described ditch i-t-ntii-1 -
ridnmenre the Fast line of
And it it also wise to have a I CrutchesVeterinary 1, daughter of Tampa and Dick: WilI that the last two Drum Majors 22, Hradford ('niity.Parcel XJ-'I..f :NE,1: .Sition on: 11. Township -
Comprehensive Personal Liability Xo. :20 Right of Way e! South li.uiKe: 2o K.ist:, at ..1point
I I lams of the University of Florida i i the BUS Band are Hampton | S1M) Xo :20.! .,7ii .' ,I.I South: ..I Noitl'i.i-'

policy along with your automo. were Sunday guests of the J. W I I Earl Norman and T. J. I I That part of the following d'scribed --' .,, ,,. ,i. ..I -.i .1 -'. t .11 l 11.| ;:1 h.> ... .
bile..in.uranee. Are fully | land: run Noi'!i .' 1 1. I I' i-i "V. '. t ',. "..
you I Home family.Mr. 'Jr.I Starting from the Northeast corner -

protected? Let this agency advise Supplies I and Mrs. Leland Bedenbaugh I I M. L. Watterson received of NK-'i of SW of ?>..'.ti"ii i l1- j
Tnw"ishti "> South, Rangy I'.i-i I
you on your insurance problems. Bedenbaugh were that his only brother Arthur \ | -- 1.I 1.- SUPERIOR
and Miss Ruby I run \\Vst 1102 fret for p..iit I ot FRIGIDAIRE
.I
i recent dinner guests of Mr. Bedenbaugh's [, terson. of Greenville, S. C. is [ I ginning. thenoe eontinn.11't.. t 2L'M 1 Ifeet
'i to Northwest corner .fE'
CANOVAPRESCRIPTION aunt Mrs. Carroll of Lake lie and Mrs. Watterson left of S\vii of Section I IV Town-hip) 't, .11\ t-u-ry sense of fine and utirigitmodern }

Mrs. Bedenbaugh'f day morning for that place South. R.inge :22!: East tin.n.... Sontliir THEKE'SJrsTOXE
and visited
H. C. Wail City
Agency I I::;II f.-ft along'rst l'oimd.nInn J, .serving and unusual carefulness -
CENTER I [, brother Ray Newsome, at the of -In- :XE': of STV'i. th.n.li..-t
there. ::'in[ : : I.-, t. the-n-e :'\..rtIi 1 :..'" Ioe t tt" FRIGIDAIREMade \ in guarding against needless) : tI \ .
onstant Service Over (near hospital) hospital t''iint <..f hf innitiK and "ontnninir -
Mrs Mamie Meade receivedCord / .; .' % nit-. and lvni! r in XK': :' ..f(f : General(; ) I It'Ile..
only by
60 Years- Samuel j SW'i: of Sei-tmn: K t. Township 1,
i Gainesville Fla. that her brother, J.I Keystone Heights
I
I I \ & I IBy '
Please Phone 146 I -,1: > I Kuiie 1'L' Ka-I. I 1\ inn' \\ ,Itt'n :Motors Corp. All other
Glendale Hospital ] .
the "
died at .
Woods .U> t lit.. 11 -iilf of -inxiv Inn' "I
1- Denver. Colorado on Sun- !j St.il.' lt..a.l\ S-2J4: : ', S.-1n.i: :l'v',1 -,ti.ljnn Electric( Refrigerators are
:Mr.. Sara McDonald:
: }' line being df-iiiliti] s > follow made by other companies DeWITT I C.
TTTTTTTTTTYrrryTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTVTfTTyTTTTNOTICE day. Mrs. Mead has the heartfelt j I -' IN-Kiinin OH the South: Inn JONESPhone

sympathy of her friends and neighbors "' ... .. of S\V: of SF'of Stilioii t 1 I'. and cannot use the wordFriyidaire. 7 Starke Fla.
TO MOVE? Township Ij South, Ranp.- 22: ri-t,, ,
PLANNING for she expected her brother ;, DNtrirt Governor at a point 1\20 (.'..t \Vit of tin' .

next week to spend the winter Toit, Rotary' Southeast ,..u.n..r..f said Sertn: '. r-"w __r.___ ,
1 th.'n.-e run North 3fi WW \\ 'I
i Let us do the job for you com with her. i The Rotary Club of 147992! feet to the beginning of a Jranl A Genuine \

1 plete. We operate local and long Mrs. Louise Manier entertained curve concave to the ,Soul hw. :-1,, Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur \
R. iuvEx Heights!' will be host today ( ,
I
having a radius of ..;:"> "i\ f.-i-t .un
S'+rnl.ri distance anywhere in U. S. Sunday beT f3ist -inla1Ir5.. day I to L. Price Hickman of 21'I a central angle of :i; :35'; ; Ih.-nt. run FRIGIDAIRE ? 7 local funeral home enables as to offer conveniences and :
\ ,MOVNG Jacksonville and Northwesterly, along said iinri5 \ '
Mae Brannen of :
sonville. Governor of cervices \
F4' District nct otherwise available.
.FtrwrMry; ;/ Phone 311 250-J I I two brothers-in-law Earl and of Rotary International. He thence run North 42 Ki;;'2\" \1'.--t I \
or Tommy Manier of Miami. Together making his annual official :2rifi2.9a feet to the bt-Binnttiir ..f .1 t I _'1 11'_ -- ,." .___ \
curve concave to the Noithia-t. E. H. SMITH' t
they will spend a week in Starke. to the 32 clubs in North Flol having a radius of 190'i.SU! f..-t ami We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and :

*| Excellent Storage Facilities Mr and Mrs. Wylie Williamson He will confer with President a central angle of IS 41' ; thnne ? un, 1\ accept ANT life insurance policy in force, issued by ANY \,
L Mr.1 I Northwesterly alnng said ur\i Tenth and Temple Ave. !
had as their guests Sunday T. Martin Secretary Leslie 624.44 feet to the end of ciirvt.. : company as payment in part or in full on a funeral :
and Mrs. H. C. Smith and daughter !: thence run North 23 :31'2x": A\ cvi109T.fi t
ity and other local officers Starke Fla. : Consultation carries no obligation. I
,
R. B. ALVAREZ : fret to the West Ii', ..t.1I f i :
Shirley of Highland, Mr. and ._
I I Rotary administration and 'I XW' of said:: Section 18 at a point -------------------- ----" --------------- -
Mrs. L. Williamson and twc activities 11M96; feet Smith of Northwest corner .
of said Section IS. rVintainmK
for Delcher Bros.
Agents children of TTheressa and Ollic ,
Next is
Sunday. Sept. 2S. 2 icre. more nr less, excluding existing

Perryman Hldg. S. Court St. Williamson of Stark Day at the Community road.
,
I|I Is owned by: Dorothy Hall an,l ,
Robert Cox was a business caller
I Sunday School. A special Jennie IIall.I'ar..l WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE

has been arranged and new I.! son No No 4"i 45.: Right of Way AT

I I II ficers will be installed in the ; The South CO f. t "of tin, "-.t
103: fret of Kt I I.. !I. t -i": t'
mary department. 1u I
SR'i of !Section :iit. T.tvui.-li.] :
The Senior and ': Smith Range: :22: Ka-t. ..xcept that
I I>.itt in \i-I"L. : I ".td. 'ntaiiiinKn }
young people's group will ..
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I 1'1' \ nl' 'ni' f 1. I' )J.1,1 J.-FI
>R : their Sunday evening meetings /I- ",\ t.'i..,,.. T \11 1.r cl.
I I ,, .
f A\'J\
Sunday Oct. 5. At this first ? 1 11 I :; l -

ing the program for the > ear \\ /

4 APPROVED / bt' outlined. All young people :

the Community Church arc III\ g-. PHONE 218

1 TtflW .- to attend. .
I DrIloll's subject for next COLONIALFLORIST

day will be "Something :, IvewVa/ue

SERVICE s Away".

The Baker family .reunion i,

: held as usual in Keystone I

S 1 \ \ I Sunday at the home of Mr. : $ 69.95

,II.-. Mrs. S. E. Kennedy on Lake \ FI.0\VFflS

va. Because of the rainy >
I FOR ALL OCCASIONS
the group adjourned to the pant!

We Are j Now Licensed ion at the beach for dinner. I J I, ( WITHOUT TANK I

s''
one hundred persons. if wish
tfuyon terms you
( hildren and babies sat down l
@
dinner. All seven of the older :
I Oar Wc-k f ft Cc-r I
t ration five brothers and! t.'. \u >.

ANITON( DRY CLEANERS( ( teas B.ikir were father present.of Mrs.Uncle Kenneth.' \ DISH GARDENS at Cft -


.ft! quite the oldest being on! POTTERY Yi

93 The oldest brother who ('
POTTED PLANTS
from North Carolina for the _

JLhis sign is the symbol of our new and better kind of Dry Clean- union. is 97 FLOWERS; WIRED i :
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Walrath

ing Service which we are proud to offer you."e are now author : home from Highlands N c. .v hi ANYWHERE !

they spent the summer. Nona St Starke :
ized
to ufe SANITONE guaranteeing spotless, odorless cleaning,
)Ir. and Mrs. Frank Uibi.r.! \ I!

finer pressing and the utmost care in the handling of all garmentsour I returned from Cimmatn t ) f

went intending t.- -t.
They
facilities and service have been I up .
equipment, plant approved as only a short time but bt-- ause -- .

meeting the standards of Sanitone Dry Cleaners eie 'where. i a fall and serious injury 'nl!

iI by Mrs. Uible they wen ,,' ahu yon areplalllling


This famous Dry Cleaning Service costs you no more than ordinary I! return Young sooner.Kyle McMurti II'. 42I I F' 1JU01HERM OIL HEATER


dry cleaning so call or come in today and let us show you from fined to the bed.hospital butt ..: II a Veil'home. I A Low-Priced Duo-Therm Circulating Heater with Superb New Styling

WHY we are so proud of Sanitone.
I II Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fundt- I

I I are the proud parents 01 a nt- i Handsome rv JWF.RUI.: }ry [Ito- gives more heat from ercry drop

!I son Michael Cecil, born in or any other type of I Therm with smart "shadow box'1 of oil !

t flNATIONALLY ADVIITISEO I Gainesville hospital on call i panel front. Waste Stopper keeps more heat in
building
on us
1 1I morning Rich brown finish with contrast.r.g your home. Fully Coordinated Con.
WORLD SANITONE DRY CLEANING ;
FAMOUS I Mr. and :Mrs. Bert Chit.- brass trim. trols. Automatic Draft Minder.

l SeiviecPitfcv announce the birth of a McMURTRY Exclusive! Duo-Therm Dual Charr.Come in today-see this brand nee;
\ granddaughter born in the Riv !
I ber Burner burns clean at any setting oil heater value note!
side hospital in Jacksonville
I
w Sunday morning. The parents BUILDERS Complete! line of Duo-Therm Fuel Oil Heaters for 1 to 6 rooms;
I Dr. and Mrs. Donald M. () S
I
i I I fers of Jacksonville.We .

I regret to announce t Keystone Heights, Fla.

the baby son. born to Mr and j

H L Morgan on Saturday did ESTIMATES

survive. The many friends of CHEERFULLY GIVEN; WINIlER{ ELECTRIC SERVICE

and Mrs. Morgan grieve with "

STARKE DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 1' in their sorrow for the loss of I'HOXE

child so lovingly and : :: KEY>TONK: 3381; DAY

planned for. KEYSTONE 2131; NIGHT 222-221 Temple "\"e. U. S. 301 Starkf, Fla. Phone 1G6'r
Lt. Chas. Newman. U S

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FOOl BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA

FRIDAY. !SETTEjmEK 9s, !IT,.!

I I Nancy Ruth Wyllys I'WSCS Members 'Miss Helen AdkinsTo 1''are 1 full of fruit and vegetables to screw lids of canning jars. :i dry and will save for see'green -;; ..

!To Wed Geo. Roberts '''Hear MissionaryTell Wed Mr. Richard !' jams went and jellies. Yesterday Dor.1 CLAY HILL. Letters from '! I will] cc* out in the
: country to ,
1 Daisy Lang and Shirley Mosley carrots and acorn squash
r Of Cuba Work | gas. A farmer's wife sent: me a I School has begun at Clay lIi1l"Shirley
: jar of her fresh i The ,
grape jam. Ij; Mosley goes to Baldwin ilu---! tare t

Dr John Stroud. n i"slOnarv I was so happy. Another farm lady,, Last report only had two teacher: tak.

rrom the Churchwell Clinic 'r gave me fresh -\\e<>t ','eam. These I for Clay Hill school If was nearer The u.rr.M. t.. ,. :, I ; ,

( Cuba was the guest -peakei at offerings of e-te. .', .mi,1 friendship I be so happy to help them out And I 'et. ._' : '
Gladys Mooty i he '''u> h me ., ..
I general meeting of the Won deeld; I awhile anyway. I still love "h i. rv:>

Phone 35 I ii.'s: Society of Christian Serooit M ,' I.I school and children v- > 'er .1..1: : .
f i f' -n t the'. "iI il'1. dear
-.- ___ ,_ the Methodist Church }!lInda\ : The! County here 'ttrt' I 0 'il 11\i .. t : tl ,
Supt i
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.' 1 I 1-' II It s the "... ""t !leave .'
afternoon. By way of illustration i \.1
e .1 -school Be
dune a vacant: ::11 i
Club Hears Methodist Men 1Y? 4 Dr Stroud used a colorful! of A Lw It :;"-! ,
Garden 9Mr flap ". Vl. give.titac- I bit "t "> \ wteks and no teacher ..iu''! :
w Cuba tracing from the beirmnmg ,1 b!V !t.: .' ,i' w.:{ '
Dr. Brooks Discuss Adopt ProjectFor the work of the first mission' h.
f se" :'he sun 1 made, Don a white olko'( :" ,;
ProcessThe Cuban Mission anes in Cuba and climaxing; hw I I' he \\
Planting .
ler 'I 'ttt.11' n. ;>.in He liked! ("I. '
talk with the work at theUnit' _
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:t'J ': ': !lilt \ .' i'M .".i; : t',,
of the The At the conclusion of h:" ilk( Or roII
September meeting Methodist Men's Fellow ; .
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I ;. "I ,:: ive J 'till i! shi'i tt'nj.. ::_ j :Ill| s-i.1.1 :" '
Starke Garden Club met Monday t-hip of the First Methodist Churchof Stroud<1 answered qUt"t.II"< from '
i :\1 iii: i< Ia't! : t it .r-!.
22, in St. Mark's parish house Starke adopted: a Mission the ml'mberof the Stll e< and I I n.\!:
project e .
_::1""(' t,} cups ot" flour. sifted with 2 tea
The meeting was opened with the at their supper meeting Monday !suggested ways in ,.whi. >. tie so.elety '.' I Ii I(i-.p i
< oils ut h.tk'ng tit' 2,3.
Lord's prayer Mrs. Marion Howe evening to help build a Mission S might help. Thi speakerwas I II !' "t! aulk A.i.i) t".pull the siKMtemnt' ur LOC 1 1 n :\1t't'tTlw

presided over the business meet Church near Mayan. Cuba introduced by the program : 'L I -. ; ..: I It! ant ItJ ;
I ,11101 l sag: ; n .tdtl! ) tlDiir! : ar.il n ilk .
ing in the absence of the president Rev. John E. Stroud. Methodisti chairman Mrs E. L. Mar; news. i C i'" .1 pie( c \\ i ,\ n- 'II..
':::III1IIt'1\i !: an.l lx.it l.aul l Fold.!
i i Missionary stationed there, war Preceding the program Mrs I Ire,. ".__...t:..:' . c "' I it i >',

It was voted that the Carder.: the guest speaker and told of the P Shepherd gave the tu>iiH "' "'..J I they will not bother and flour :a deep of MlO' L. Beasley on \\
I square pan
Club would have a float in the work being done there and lifted and Mrs Amos NewelVllys using as her subject "Pro.i.; Miss Helen Adkins daughteV "' To pl"t'nlweat"1: ; .
.ih.i'it 9! mi h )Hak. :tall: ,degree.nu' dtY. ( lot 1 at 330,101"I 't ,s
W. 29 Iup the \ the Good News. "m" 11) 's. .Ik-- rtll>!'. MieUhmy put nf .
B. P. parade September j needs of the Cuban people' ot Hastings announce thengat'ml'lIt \ ; ,
:.Ti ,
d.1,1( J
,. !(" ]1:1: 1'I"! m'lI i ,
!to" i'| )lor :MrRea
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and have a flower booth at theHallowe'en for schools, medical facilities ant4 / oi then daughter, Mr Titus Olson, presidentthe Il.l.t t I i. n. .I i.ut i. ::1a",1) stiti: h It.! .. 'htet'' t'tr'' -
i I : Ut :M'ls !It' I 't'.r
)] Carnival at B. H. S churches. society presided over the! 1 ( 011' .-, !1.-; :.; K. 1\\\ '! -. 'IIIllIld ,, :.M'v I Vr'i.-Hl! ,
I The First Methodist Nancy Ruth to George/ : W. Robert-, ; the r net: k I'.t': j .!! ,'I. "' i. ;i ..' In i', S: ''if! .i't
October 31. Mrs. H. B. Peyton Church of Starke is supporting a'' Jr., -on of Mr. and Mrs George business meeting at which time Mr.\ and Mis Carlisle I chard ut'
.
Mrs G. L. Farber, Alachua in a double rmI', I"- "", ""W ---
chairman of the W. treasurej
was appointed Cuban pastor. Rev. Gerado Martinez : Roberts Sr. of Lawtey. I

float and booth. Assisting! her wil! who is working in the area I The gave the financial report and Mrs mony on Sunday afternoon. Oct
wedding will take Because
place I
be Mrs. C. A. Quattlebaum Mrs where the new church will be Sunday Nov. 16, at the United James Hobbs transacted her duties 19 at 3:30 o'clock in the Fn-t ,--T---: a. buying meat is an important

M. F. Hazen Mrs. Maxie Carter I as secretary. Christian Church of Hampton. consideration these
built. Rev. Stroud stated that the :Methodist Church, Hastings. days .
Mrs Marion Howe Mrs. Claude church could be built with volun-1 I I No invitations are being sent
b. Because
Crowson and Miss Pat Lamb. teer labor for $500. $200. of which ; Woodman Circle I but all friends and relatives ot ev il ;, you can't judge meat value by

Dr J. H. Brooks professor of has already been raised The Men'F Legion Auxiliary I the couple' are invited to attend 'I price alone .

agriculture of the University of Fellowship voted to adopt a pro. Installs Officers Elects OfficersMembers A reception will be held at th' I IL w I

Florida was guest speaker. He ject of raising the remainder of of the Supreme Forest I I 1 City Club Hous. tollowii's: ; >ii Here' Why it's To Your Advantage

spoke on the planting of seeds and the amount needed for the construction I Mrs Paul J. Balasch of Inverness i' i: ceremony. I
Woodmen Circle held their res- ;
the transplanting of seedlings. Dr of the new church. The president of District Four' -
ular meeting in the W. O W.
Brooks demonstrated the correct supper was served by member of the American Legion Auxiliary i Hall Tuesday night with Mrs. Ma Mrs McClane Honored I = To Buy A & P's

way to plant seed in pots. At of Circle one of the W. S. C. S formally installed the newly elec- -- --- -- -- -- -
Green president presiding and al'!
the close of his address he answered Out of town guests were the Rev | ted officers of the Jones-Langford. officers at their station. I|At Shover'londa_\' I--------

questions for the members. and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell of Jacksonville j White Post 56 Auxiliary lat I Y # *
During the business meeting Mrs T. K McCla'iI I twill
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Refreshments were served by | Thursday night at the Legion -
II plans were to accept the invitation leave soon to mai-i ',I'
the hostesses, Mrs. Paul Raymondand I IVMLJ home. Famous
from the W. O. W. for a chicken J t It in Winter Park where MM!. < I Super-Ri 1 t
Mrs. M. F. Hazen \ Observes In her talk before the installa-1]) I I
The dinner at 7 p m. I twill be hn 11< i o! t th i ; .
next meeting will be Oct. tion she
stressed the fact ,
that a I The following officers for the Farm Bureau was hen.j, M
tober 20 at the parish hc.use. Hostesses Mission Prayer WeekThe successful ha\'e'
Auxiliary must
will new year were elected: Mae Green I day night ,at a dHip'itt: t "i! -1 ,
be Miss Della Rosen.
berg Miss Dorothy Ross and Mrs I program and business meeting the fun interest.and plenty of it to keep up' past president; Mae Jaudon, presi I given at the Baptist I lieii-: I / 1 Wide 2 Dependable 3 Everyday Low 4 Money-back

Joe McDonald. of the Baptist W. M. U. wart dent: Clyde Tomlinson ht'ier|( Building at 8 o'clock H<>-\t.-- Variety Quality Prices

held in the educational building II| The following officers were in president.; Heneritta Hunt 2nd!I for this! lovely affair wets; M- guarantee

Tuesday, September 16 at 3 o'clock stalled for the ensuing year; Mrsj i I vice pres.; Maude Andrews treas.;I jT. Frank La dntm. Mrs .1 FIHililebran. : Dressed and Drawn Fla.Grade

PresbyterianVomen with 43 present. It being the secom1 Claude Crowson, president; Mrs Mae Moore, sec.; Ethel Raymond I Mrs. E Lan sun. M1-( : r-n.

Met Tuesday NightThe day of State Mission of Prayer I A. J. Thomas Jr., vice-president; '' attendant; Rose Lee. assistant attendant |IJ. E. Hardy Mrs. I. G Ham-: i itMts. A -- Lb.

Week the W. M. U. program chair.i j i iI Mrs. T. C. Hazen. Secy. and : Thelma Wise, auditor;i :: Robert Bark dalf'. Mi: I KJA. : FRYERS 49C j NUTLEY i

Women of the Church met i man Mrs. M. F. Hazen, had charge I Treas.; Mrs. Mattie Morgan i i Eula Mae Conner chaplain; characters Colson Mrs. One \VIIL;:::" 1

in the Presbyterian Sunday Schoolrooms :i'of the program. Chaplain; Mrs. Clara Clark Historian :j I Jessie Chastain Virgie: I and Mrs. M. H. Shepherd OLEO

Tuesday night at 8 o'clock ; and Mrs. Muriel Gilhooh'. ', Barksdale.! Eunice Wilson and ,
The meeting was opened wit)' Attractive arrangenunt Smoked Tender 4 to Ib.
the Mrs. E. M. Sgt. at Arms. Violet Thomas Maude Andrews average
with president! I' ; 1
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prayer by Mrs. N. O. Maxwell. i early Fall flowers placid .f: Z Lb.
Davis, In the chair. The devotion was given by Mrs I Preceding thfc installation of officers musician. tape points in the large; i I' JftC 19C :
Plans I 5 buffet Plans were also made to have: BOSTON BUTTS 1
were made to attend the G. V. Lee fol1owith prayer | supper was servedA tion room, were used in tI ln

district conference in Archer on by Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Taking red white and blue color scheme'was an open installation of officers ting for this informal p.nt\: 1 1 .-----4\

Tuesday Sept. 30. j p rton the program were MrsT. used throughout the hall. I i on Oct. 28. Refreshments were suet .a '! : "' 1

Mrs. Robert Paterson had charge K. McClane and Mrs. C. J. I Mr" Balasch along with Mrs 'i I The meeting closed with efresh- ..a beautifully appointed tab'-: ,. Smoked Tendered Short Shank : Morton House :

cf the program and used as her Clark, followed with prayer by E. F. Humer, Department President ments. laid with a cutwork linen! i !, 1 ,

subject John Knox. Mrs. Pater- 'I Mrs. A. A. Durden. ]I will return to Staike Novem1j I : and centered with an uiinyi- 4 to 6 Ib. avg., Lb ; SALISBERRYSTEAK

ron also had the Devotional and Mrs. L. G. Powell gave a beau j j ber 20. at which time a social will! Executive Board ;i ments of gladioli, fern ..ml 1 \h-r: PICNICS 45C j i

correlated thy with the program. 'I i be held in the Legion home for :j ing candles.
| tiful musical reading and prayer j Woman's Club
using scriptures loved and read by members and eligible prospective t ,
"Something for Jesus", accompanied j | lire. McClane receid a -'1" \

John Knox i at the piano by Mrs. L. D. members. I i The Executive Board of the er of lovely gifts, tokens: (m !hot Lean Meat Lb. Can !

Mrs. Herbert Green had charger Thomas. Mrs. Dave Paulk sang a ?taik- Wnn.an's. Club will meet '! and esteem from her many n IIIIl'.- SSC

(> refreshments and served cold solo. Decent Brides ne\' Thin MIV| ;a'ti' i nOlln at 330: Abi ut Titl }.lies:' \,tn' !per( t :1\1 SPARE RIBS Western I lb 39C ;

drinks and homemade cookies to o 'ln.-k I'h Mi t H :\as"nrtlpresllll1lg teti. )',\ tin i ver. iij: .. >vi t t'.< 'I."-
the 18 members present. Mis. S. E. Sparks W. )1.T. Shower Honoree _ _ _
business plestdeut! :n''t'j j t'' ; l61f \"it': \tr
president. presided at the

Richard Fowler meeting. Mrs. Eldon Hardy opened I' Mrs l;. C. Holtzendorf. a ietfn! -,---- ." -. -. ,::-- ..,.-':;_--:'----

the meeting with prayer. After bride. was the: honored guest last t ps-1N.- ps.: "( YmtP .SjBLE Pftfcts: i

Has Birthday PartyRichard a short business meeting Mrs. Thursday evening when men net : ,<' _',- "- .__', :: -:. : _Ji- __ :
W.IM. .
H. L. Hough installed: the rev of Circle two of the Women P- Aunt Jemima \

Fowler son of Ensign i' U. officers for the coming year !, the First Presbyterian Church I California

and Mrs. R. R. Fo-.vler celebrated 1 using the candle service which tel ta lwat a beautiful uv-i; I ,/ 'I.'

his fifth birthday anniversary last; was very impressive. The meeting I,I china shower at the home ot r,> 1 I : oZ Iceberg

Wednesday afternoon when his! was closed with prayer by1 I I leader. Mrs. W. T. Jack--. 1 ti kt "

ether; entertained at a delightful' Mrs. S. E. Sparks. Madison Avenue. ,C ura gurgcss t Ao/ir

weiner roast at their home on I Mrs. Jackson's home was d.! '' _opr[ A HEf. LETTUCE
Walnut St.Richard .
Melrose Woman's orated with artistic arrangt'I1I.'piof -
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and his little friends \\ herein I look at old -<.h....' .' r..f .11,1 j..I .in. smiling Lbs. t
carnations
miniature white .1:1"pink :
. played games on the lawn after Club Start Season hibiscus.The Ilid II 1" ".. I dream ot dijs gone li> I.rfftis] tefure n.e auu I am about 1 19C (e

which they toasted weir.ers and, and hid iMnllive t.> summer ii- I to step forth Eaihear my <'la-sbartet ,
i of the members met at 8 o'clock 1 /
I The opening meeting:
had (cookies ice cream cokes in)" garden. mate and schoolmates glow: dear!

and the traditional birthday cake. :Melrose Woman's Club will b'1 I I and were served supper buffet : er Many years have passed ut rr ._. 2lgeheads29C
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Mrs. Fowler was assisted in held Wednesday Oct. 1. in the!jsfjle I from a beautifully appointee' I too was small, wide-eyed and our heads and have brought u, all < : : .___ f
Club House. A buffet luncheon i, table oveilaid with a white cloth all believing "
serving the 30 young people by I I joys anti, Mrrowil That IS lifeAs
will be served at 12:30 and will be It]j Centering the table was an exquisite those now \ell owed pictures
:Mrs. Daisy Perrvman and Mrs. t I Now as I look at the school pn'
: followed by a greeting from the : arrangement of pink hiI proudly show:
tunes of Hill there is sin r
Vernon Silcox. Clay
'president. Mrs. R H. Kelley and ,I i bicus and fern balanced by crystal Before the aftermath past a change in only seven and ter: GRAPES 2 :::) gc

a musical program which will bo candelabra with sparkling earthly grieving years. My son's baby picture i.- Van Camps i

in charge of }'Irs.o'loJ't'nce Janes, prisms holding tall pink tapers. Caught April in an avalanche so sweet, and ones heart has ar: TUNA

D chairman of the music committee 'I The gifts of china anti crystal of snow. ache as if a mighty hand wu : Fresh
EBICTARKE :
I Special guests for this meetingwill side tables.ir. Would L return to such naive
i displayed on
were the heart to mighty
FL-:. be Mrs. S. S. Gibbons, directorof .the I dining room, each table being i beginning, I I, squeezing pulp. A mother's heart. a Oz. Can ;1

District 5. the presidents ofclubs < centered with a floral arrangement I And stand before the yet I 6 13C POLE BEANS 19c
in several neighboring towns I the pink and unbroken trail.Leaning I My Don IS a strong man. Last
repeating
Fri., Sat. Sept. 26, 27 associate members and all former I night I heard him weeping It ,
I white color scheme. my ear to siren voicer
I members. A is sad indeed to see a strong mar
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BIG DOUBLE FEATURE 1 Twenty-eight guests were present singing He had just heard that Jr Red Delicious
Melrose Woman's Club, in con In challenge to ark and weep'
event
with other in the federa- to enjoy this delightful did not pass the army physical' 1 Ann Page lbs
Fixed
BAYONETS junction nightingale. I
with :Mrs Holtzendorf.
tion to stress two I and has a bad heart.Vhat IF KETCHUP : APPLES 2 19c
Klchard Ilavhart, Michael is planning Stay, little girl behind I your I 1
I wil'!
O' hea things this year: Ameticanidm and' span of glass I there one can say only, "Thy
RennerSnyderMarriage be done."? I wept too. I ie
Getting out the vote.Promotion Protected by the golden p ic-I

-ANDPAINTED ToldMr. t frame 'I to member see if the my anxious own dear days son I was spenture a Bottle : .lb
Day Cold are the winds of Aprilas I 19C TOMATOES 19C
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TRAIL and Mrs. Arthur Forrest they pass j 14F. Don is a War I veteran lIt"I
Party For Primaries enlisted. I was also a WAC. sr Firm
Sauls announce the marriage o And autumn in a shroud
with Tom Keene and Kleanure Mrs. Sauls' daughter. Louise Sny- I a flame. caughtin I we feel we are both warriors i ______uuuuuuuu i

Stewart Mrs. Maxie Carter, head of Even tho I anxiouf Golden
spent many
der to Ernest Phillips Renner ; -Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni I
Plus Cartoon Primary B Department of the .1 hours while my son was in the Marco//

Baptist Church entertained with) I son Branch of Mr.of and Norfolk Mis. Va.John on Taylor Sept After I read the above poem. (\ combat zone. I was proud and! NAP KIN S i BANANAS 3 lbs 29c

Sun., Mon.-.Sept. 2S, 29 a Promotion Day peanut party 20 in the Presbyterian Church I got out the old school pictures. I glad he was strong enough to be

Tuesday Sept. 16, from 3 to 6 p Folkston, Ga. The Rev. "'e)'mar: Yes, I was once a little girl, stand-i I in the service of my country \
ON DANGEROUS m. in the educational building mg proudly with the rest of Give me liberty or give me death'
R Cleveland, pastor of the Fir! t my Carton Plus
GROUND I Guests included members of the Methodist church officiating. classmates. What wonderful days, These days here are golden and j 1 PackagesJ2Oz 13C :; Deposit

primary class and their mothers as I recall them in that one-room the wind blows free I have the ocolAS
Mr Renner is Special Agent
with Ida Lupino andHjan Itl.l't'rt 1 Games were played and refreshments State of Florida for IndependentLife brick school in Indiana. Then my : potatoes all dug, and most of! R C I 7C

: served. Mrs. Carter was as Insurance Co. 'i high school picture. I am seated ;, them in the told rooi;: Vi a':.'

sisted by Mrs. Robert BarksdaleMrs.
1'his N'ews and Cartoon The Renners are currently visi
I
Riley Wasdm and Mrs. Wilbur II I
tingMrand firs. Branch in Nor Armours I K.ilh-, 12 (h. ( an

Tues., Sept. :30-ONLY ,' ..-_.Scott... :- '.and__ ,-Mrs.. ., J.-'I'"O.' _.Ga\, ,"'.. .J folk Va. After October 6 they Con I Lunch Meat 43c
-- '-'" will be at home 104 Allen Road
I'LL NEVER Youth Fellowship Hollywood. Fla. TREET 45C lfalh. Breakfast

FORGET YOU Enjoys Hay Ridei SPECIAL NOTICETo I Sausage, can 35c
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I ,Family Gathering Sunnyfield Long Grain Ibth.Iin'd: :2 t.:! Oz. Mav..
With Tyrone 1'imell and Ann i
Starke Methodist Youtr- The Fine People On Earth
m,th.tlo Fellowship enjoyed a hay ride ane" 'At Varnes Home Dried Beef 37c
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tatc'.tcwc: and Cartoon weiner roast Tuesday evening OUK CUSTOMERS. FHIEDS1) RICE I E 2LbiDixie 29C Clue: Label Butt; I..
Jim Vat Wes celebrated his sixty NEIGHBORS;
Sept. 23 The young people rode Karo Syrup 22c
We/i. Thur.-Oct. 1, 2 fifth birthday anniversary or
out to Gold Head State Park Sunday, Sept. 14. with a family" DO) NOT ACCEPT JUST ANY OLE For forking Mazola

1)1(2) DOUBLE FEATURE where they: cooked their supper gathering at his home on Chris HRANI OF DRUGS AND CHEMICALS LilyGRITS

Accompanying the young people tian St. At noon a basket dinnei IN YOUR PRESCRIPTION Lbs Oil, qt. 65c
were Rev and Mrs. T. G. Mitchell
The Great Manhunt
was spread under the shade trees I S 5 51C The Luxury Napkin
Mrs. Del Colley, T. H. Slide and A>k Your Friendly Druggist
on the lawn and was enjoyed b> Modess pkg. 39c
With Dougla* iirbanks and Eston Jordan. -
the 50 guests attending.
Johns ATe ,,
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-AND- BPW NoticeB Present from out of town I Reir. liar Bath Bar I l'rice> in this ad effectithru

Mr. and Mrs Freeman Warren HOWARDS : Woodbury Soap, 3-23 2 23c Saturday September :27ih
Lake Charles La., Mr. and Mrs
Lillie Marlene P.Club members will meetin -
front of the Post Office Sunday Beb Warren and family. PalatkaMr. Your Drug) and Prescription Store Large Package

with Liza Daniel and HughMcIHrmott morning at 10:45: to attend services and Mrs. Hubert Varnes and!! I Breeze, with fact cloth 31c A & P FOOD STORE
> at the First Methodist Churchin family, and Mr. and Mrs. Romie' ) Phone 75)') 21S Temple Ave. Starke Bath Bar

: a group. This marks the beginning I Ij Varnes and family, all of Lakeland The c'reattJantl(' and Pacific Tea Co.

I'lus ;.rial and Caxtooi of the Business & Professional and Mr. and Mrs Oscar Rye I Lux Toilet Soap, 2 for 23c 300 East Call St.

and family and Mrs. Betty Masters I Entire Contents
j Women's Week Keebler Saltines, lb. pkg. 25c Copyrighted, 10-JO

-at -: and children of Middleburg I -- .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA racy: nFI
1952
SEPTEMBER %6.


Mrs. Leo Champion and her Mrs. Xettie Morgan spent' : Mrs Annie Lewis who has beer. \ntlr. Tpprar.. namr ..f P'I!, M..t.,r ,",'lIr', r! d.; I Iwhirh I. -
I T. 'li\ci i':I igrii: > Hun! \\ hotr I am .TRvip,il in Ims.nt' .
guests Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sheet several days in Tallahassee where : spending some time here with her "-i!
and Miss Katherine Sheets of : she' enrolled her daughter. Betty son and daughter-in-law.. and ti ,'. r. .XI..intl'! \ i !!.tL New 1'h i I Knhrrt:. XX and Kim.i :H.1: a.
You are hrirliy. liotifltd: that rf'''v.l.\ own.- 7"-71": : :Nuith; T-I ".
Tulsa Okla. visited Don Championin I Jane in the UnixersitShe war Mrs. Ovid Lewis returned Monday suit for .\\.. StarkKla y
home in l 'i\.i .t ti-t.nU and. .ntrol ,.! I'.,to.d ll.i4'h .
Ocala Tuesday. accompanied home by Mrs R. H to her KeystonE ii\ .f S< |>t"i r
I 11.111'I'! l 'l,Il- \ "'"..' ,i- sr'k. 1 I.i.ul!
I Among those attending the Hart of Atlanta. Ga. who spentseveral Heights ins 10.. -i! fiU.l, aciin-' \<.n ''n the i ', unn K'! : d.1 .
Mr and Mr Luther Addison of j tI. n. 11.1111".1 i"."Mt and .ui-c .nut.
Florida-Stetson football ir day with her.
C IN THE NEWSMr. game i .> nii .u I iP.U'.red| t<- nerve a i.>j>> of
I Gainesville Saturday night were: Mr and Mrs. C. W. Colson and Gainesville were week-end guest? '!, \ ."ur! aii-n'<.r "r |.|t-ading to the Deli:. I'll1'1'1' tit Q, IWe'll

Mr. and Mr-- Harold daughter. Karen of Atlanta Ga. of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Beam. .iiuiliint!, un '>if Plaintiffs. IH t'irraft'wart.<< llrnlt.ir.l i ..ii.il.
: Mr .
I Bishop .\1t..1! 1. \ KaSt ld. n. S..Id.l n 1 l-'lwrMn: In t li..".-.
and Mrs. \V. C. Powell Miss Nina spent last week with friends and Mr and Mrs. Dave Paulk were I!'!iihliiif.! I P.yt.-nt: ''. i i I' ,' .r'
and Mrs. Olin W. White Radar Seaman John P. Casey I j relatives.Mr. I business visitors in Orlando Tues- :< and file the I'.g.n.11, ih rl e "/f' .. 'I \ .,' .
Comer
Bishop Ferryman Mr. Clerk .. .
the
Mrs of Norfolk. Vapent the weekend t : : i' : \lI.1 < 'ut! .t:
had weekend
as guests last and Mrs. Seeber D. and Mrs. J. Ernest Jones of .r i If,.\ .. II., .. '
Goodman \nlii -
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G. W. Savage and daughters. here with his wife and parentsMr. I II' day.Mr.. :7.1.\. ,,: ,|,, .' 1pp..tr: 285
I E L. Matthews \
: and Mrs \
Miss Shirley Colley. Jerry Orlando are spending the week I ,
Colley
i 'Iu.ta'h. .
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Jacksonville and Mrs. T. L. Casey. > i .It''I1"f' -:\,1: ,. '
Yvonne and Anne, of ; I' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mvers, Mr with their brother-in-law and sis- were dinner guests of Dean and I i ''''ii,,\plaint a.;: 1,. '.ik<.n' .t' unit, -> \ \ I'1, ,
:Mr. and Mrs. G. C. White of Tallahassee Mr. and Mre. Edward U. Char- td by.al i ,
ter. Mr Mrs. Mrs. Rae Weimer in Gainesville :.1' "! \
and Junius SmithMiss
and Junius
Mrs. Smith. Mr. and Till ,. .
G. :bonneau have returned to their 11''' sh.t1 1 !! !1.e pulili-hed
Rev. and Mrs. Laurie i I \
; Mrs. W. H. Graham Mrs. Hogan Joyce Xexvsome of Gaines- j Saturday night. Following dinner once fit: 'hM .1 k! f,1', ( nir e" :i"., u' !'
Ray of Tampa, and Mrs. L. G. home in St. Petersburg, where attended the FlaStetsongame :' u,-ek- in the I:: .idford I','uuty Ttle- be glad to tell you
I will her Smith Mrs J. L. Anderson. Mr I ville was the weekend guest of II | they ,
Charbonneau resume
Mrs. ,
Ray, of Jacksonville. Miss Mr. Weimer is dean ot 'graph'h'" ,I 1 1' 01.., 1. /l- '. how to
and Mfg.: Bob Turner Mr and Evelynn Xexvsome.Mr .. ;'.' .! save money on
vocal teaching. ':
:Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green and ;I Mrs. J. R. Chasteen. Mr. am'Mrs. I and Mrs. Dave Wescott an admitted tc .vr4'ICI.VL fire
SEAL insurcnce
Fred C. Orr was ) A. J Th.-mas. costs
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your
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afterspending
family returned Saturday Jacksonville Charles Parker. Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Paul Farnall. all of' Mr and Mrs Harry Mooty anddaught'r. Clt-rk of tin rir.-uit rouit ., .M- ',
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'St. Luks's Hospital in -
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their T') M i I. ,1\ |I' ,' v :1-( ,
the summer at Mrs. Don Neal Mr. and Mrs 'I Tampa and Senator O'Nell'Cogrlls Gerry will return Sat I, 'I' I j' ,01' ''''
last Monday where he has undergone .-'. ii 1 1 itJin I r .
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home on Kingsley Lake. I Brad Locke, Judge and Mrs. E. of Sarasota were weekend urda> from a week's trip throughthe I ,' I" ':. .Jt.I! :
III.
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Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal am1 i Mr.surgery.and Mrs Donald Bennett of l:. Perryman, Mrs. Elmer Johns I guests of Senator and Mrs. C. E. southern part of the state. Florida(irruil: In t''mart t'haucrry.Bradford ("oua11,' ,'I I..-' ". I., -t 1 CONNER & GAY

I Leonard Mrs. L. A. Ca- Johns. On Saturday Senator and ; and visiting friends and relative I!tir ill .1(. .in, xn.it' .. ..ti "'1.1111\1'1\ t' : d.\ 11.,1"I I '
sons spent Sunday in St Augus Jacksonville were weekend visi- Noegel ''J.'lin, T.11,1",1' '. ,1.!I", H '-. tl, .011.!! ,. ,' ...i! '.. d\
tine. I i tors of Van Patel and family. nova, Mrs. T. J. Aldt'rman, Mr I Mrs. Johns and their guests attended in Miami and Lake Worth. i I 1> <'.nilau-'H' X". 'I::I'':''', i'i .1'1.i ,' : wall ... ,.,\. a- INSl t It: \ 't i iKV: ( : 'i

and Mrs. Jim Ritch and son j the U of F-Stetson game. The Reand Mrs.V.. J ,OrJrr (I' Publlrnllwii lad \atlrr Tnar. '. I. 'Thi> ,d >' \nii ..
noel -I. : >
r Churchxvell of Jacksonville spent "| |'.- Mair Of Klnria To: '. .i. l'III.1! i N. (ourt St. Staike. !I''
Franklin. Dr. and Mrs H. H I Friends of William N. Davis wil1! |.l."hn T .Xn.lt r''.n. wh.is,. ,.-nl, ntand .ni "a'h x. k ii ,11- to n!_( i
; be interested to learn that he has Monday here attending the W. S addr.- (', I.ut'iK- 'ii tht !I'l.ultonl t'lni'i-x! : 'I t'i .
Adams, Mr. and Mrs. L F. Din !I. tI"\I" nj ''ifi.il'h

i \$1.oo! I kins, Seantor and Mrs. C. E. Johns I I been discharged after serving four C. S. in the afternoon and theIen's j Oi Y.MI toh.r:at:27?.' I"1"11111..1':.|.', ,!in I th I.. ..il.m.,,;j.p..11! 11.111..1 or!'I'i, '.-I'.tlnl, till1' J4 il.n >'JI'!> '. 1
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\ Mr and Mr<. Mac 1 McGriff Misr I i years in the army the last year Fellowship supper meetingat Coiiit-eckdm and < au-t. uli'i.-ui |>1.until!' \11"11.\1: | SKXI: 1. X I I. TiM .,' NORTHWESTERN
and being in the Korean night Dr. John Stroud of theChurch i. i iitodand tontro.of : ,* "
\ I Sara Williams. Mr. Mrs. Ray spent war. minor .lnldi. ..., '. l rl\ "I I ii. ( ir. i' .
IlaI"I,1 i unix Mil' (III '''0.0''
1 Saunders. :Mr.: and Mrs. Henry At present Mr. Davis is at home Clinic in Cuba was the ,Ttlejtaph -hall |""il!i.I"h" th!- mdii, !:%' ..Xlai! .in I. t'f.I i I'. 1.11'1AAAAA111ALLAIILLA .i

I WILL{ LAYAWAYijour \ Godwin. Mrs Dorothy Ford. Buddy 1 with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. guest speaker at both meetingsDr. III n. M I..i" W to 1\: l I--IH! vI "' Jt -- -_.
I i I \\11110" ',.l h"i .1) un! ,.II.i| ;, -, :
\ Oscar L. Davis. Stroud returned to Jackson aI .' i. .1
I Faxon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I ". I' Lt 1111-| sI., 1. ", I.. I AAAA A AI.AAAAA AAA A AAAAAaaaaasaaa
1 Louden. Jr., John Godwin Mr Mrs T. H. Slade is spending thiEwE.'k ville with Mr. and Mrs. Church : 1 I' :
'""'Ml'l' I. -I' \1.> \.J. Tli.,,.11'.)-
I and :Mrs.: Kirk Malone Mr. and in Baconton Ga on a com well \ ':. 'k ..f -.1 I'""I.M 1

t :Mrs: J C. Hobbs and family thf bined business and pleasure trip Dr. and Mrs. W. E. MiddleorJ ,I \ xi." 'i. \ It, piiix 1'1. I.

( ReLewis Haines and son. Lewis ': While there she is the guest of J, visited their granddaughter Mrs. Hinlil I :nt! : .I"I i II K-. ,:\_,.Jl.,1 '.::111.1\,I'r : I '.

Phone_-Starke, Fla.-l HE EAT E R :Mr: and Mrs. J. R. Kite, Dr. and i, her brother and sister-in-law Mr. I I J. A. Budd. Jr. and great granddaughter Attu- f., -f! n :' .'

and Airs Walter Jackson. I little Patty BUilt! ir
:Mrs: R P. Stubbins, Mr.: and Mrs 'UTIC i: 'II' I\Ii\'Ilo: \ n>

Herb Thomas. Mr. and Mrs E. L Captain Ed Silvernail who ha Jacksonville Tuesday atteinonpMrs 111:1.1..11:11\ :, I : I 1'11'111101"| \ \ Ml

4. I J W Kincaid ac,'omp,tn:' .. 0
been "
Olt ;Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Steve stationed in Trieste the last ., \-
I II !,: Simmons Mr. and :Mrs.: Robert: two years was the guest this i her sister. Mrs C. C Hoppe .i-;:'! AI'- r .1

; I Rarksdale Mrs. Denver Devrick week of Mr. and Mr- H. C. Brown Jimmy Hoppe to Atlanta,! < ;.t an1' (Clerk, "r o r- n'! ., .".. .I',
'
: : Sewannee, Tennthi- weok Jim f..r"I..F| i \. "': '',.11 "
t ; BLANKETAi and Miss Joyce Ward. Miss Joan Dinkins and EugenE'York. i :

Mr. and Mrs Guy Andrews will students at the Universityin my111 resume his studies a> .1. ;
I ,
!It
: ott
member of the siphon
attend con- Gainesville Sun
leave Sunday to a were guests .
I
vt-ntion of the Superior Motor day of Miss Dinkins' parents. Mr ;..at Sexxanee T'mveisity --.w';
-:>. ::",1
Courts Association in Asheville. and Mrs L. F. Dinkins. Mrs P.1:: Barefoot

r \ ,, this weekend in St Pelet-t\ I
Mrs
N. Mural Gardner spent last .
REDUCED C.Mr and Mrs. Elmer Sheets and I week vacationing in Tampa. ''with her sister. Mrs Fiaim- Pi1" ATTENTION -.

Miss Katherine Sheets of Tulsa Mrs. Frances Johnson and son I ker. and Mrs. Kamm'alll'n -

r' Okla. visited last week with Mr Jim, of Atlanta Ga. were guest. Friends of little Jim Lewis!" and\ If lou Have

$ ; PRICES and Mis Leo Champion and Mrs the past ten days of Mr and Mrs : Vicki Struth will be interested t. PINE Oil
'
Leola Gaibett and children. While R F. Demorest. I learn that they had their tonsil: CYPRESS

her., they visited Silver Springs, Dr. M. B. Herlong returnee1 removed Tuesday morning at Riverside TIMBER TO SELl. 11I:4.: .;. "

Jacksonville Beach and St. Augus.tme home Monday from JacksonvilleMr. I Hospital in JacksonvilleMr. ,

The visitors returned tc and Mrs L. D. Green spent I and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee Large or Small Tracts 2. .QoOB un
Don't {Wait{ Until Cold in Lakelam' ,
then home by way of Moultrie. last weekend in Tallahassee with are spending today $39.95 .;

Ga to visit their grandson in the their son-in-law and daughter| with Mrs Brownlee's sister' T I {We{ lUll/ All ,
tit h'r Models ,
Weather N. Limbaugh and Mrs. J. .E I F
Air Force Mr and Mrs. Willard Pass.
-I\
Itl1; Ii,, will be accompaniedj PAY TOP PRICES I rom f "w
Mrs J. C. Futch. They i
The P..t'and Mrs. Lewis H i Harrell of Miami if

Dolt Hainc.- and family spent last week ,, spending two weeks with Mrs j by Mrs. Futch, who spent e $24,95 rS

at 'he H L. Brownlee cottage at Heneritta Hunt.L. I the summer in Lakeland. .t& 1a

St Augustine Beach.Mr A. Peacock and daughter i I Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Nolin anc''son. {Write{ or Call
wE.'l'kt'n(1I
'WeiIrs.. Fred Leonhan Louise of Miami were overnight Douglas. sp\-nt the I
I friend?
NOW of :: j Lake Wales visiting 1 I 1
left Sunday for a three weeks guests Mr. and Mrs L. D. Greer I and i I I
Monday r1 latives.I B. THOMAS I
tnp to points in Iowa and Illinois I Moreland of ..latksonI ,
Mrs. J. O.
Mrs. R. A. of
Dade
wherEIht'y will visit relatives Pope City I
was Friday nights guest of Mrs. I ville pending some time hei i LUMBER CO.
!\II tnd Mi>. M. C. Ford, Sr. of Mrs. G. W Vu ,
-- i with her mother,
."t" -t.: .fai: 'ksclf\'Ille were guests Saturdav Heneritta Hunt. Monday nights is ill. PHONE: 211 J I II:
guest was her son SV. Hunt i I drews who I SLADE GAS COMPANYStarke
of! Mis.I M. C. Ford to help j Mr and Mrs. W. J. HelmUK,! P. 0. Box 735STAKKE ;
of Savannah Ga. Mrs. W. R. Mc- I I
THEATRE Irbirttf' the second birthday an- wet t' aue-t: FLA. I
; children of Marianna ,
Xatt of Dade II
City was an over I II I
I II I of their little granddaughter -
mvei-rtiv Monday night of Mis Hei : I
STARKE night guest last week. ( Florida
Frances and sister Mi I' ai'>
brother-in-law
Mrs E. D. Tenly and Sonny ....n.TT.n..mm.mn.n.T.nTT..T.TT..
!Mi and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. I TT
Dedicated To Service and Miss Annie DarIn spent Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Nolin. T TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTyy,
I Community \ T hitch and Mrs. J. C. Bennett! mI !1 *
lo'If' Are Better Than Ex or" Jacksonville Mrs Roy Tenly. Mr. and Mrs Mr.
+ spent Wednesday weekend guestof -
I S. C. Tenly and }Ir. and Mrs. Bob I Fernandma were
.
I as guests of Dr. and Mrs.C L. D. Vinmg
and Mrs [ Fort
I Sat., Sept. 27-ONLY Tues., Wed.-Sept. :30 Oct. 1 C. Mendoza and Dr. and Mrs Allen in Gainesville Mr Mrs II. L. Broxxnle KOCH'S4Look
I Mr. and I
Mr and Mrs D. L. Shaw of La
DOUBLE FEATURE T G Ritch. i I this week at
few days
Crosse. Mr and Mrs. Wm. F. Atwood spent a t
I ,?y N MiW: F. Godwin entertainedai of Jac'ksonville.Ir.. and their beach cottage at St. Anpi- ::::: : :
tll!. table of canasta Wcdnesia .
tECHN --- ---------- ---- -- -- ---
II Mrs JV. Woodward and Mr tine 4
I afternoon at her home on tht duinhtei: .. .
WMOW VHIlHiO'BRIEN and Mis Wm. Spencer Crews and Little Gloria Gibson

I : HAYDES' :.. It't\ Blandihg and Mrs Highway.Mi William. Harper son were Sunday dinner guests oMr. f of Mr. and Mrs. Larry birthday Gibson an 1 PROMOTION EACH WEEK

k. a MM* Wednesday and Mrs. P. S. Crews. celebrated her second .. .
of ElI-t IS were guests with m'lghholhood ..
JAGGER-EOJOr Mrs S. E Sparks Mrs. JamesThoma ; niversary :Monday a ..
1 H.and Mrs Lewis Haines.
oi 'the I'
1 I I Mrs .1. B. Sapp left Thursdayon !" Mrs W. L. Andrews party. FINnl.YOU\\ l'I.) /I .\'(; :

week Mrs J. R. Kelly and Mrs. H. A. I :
Panama City to spend a nl1n
TO )ITI'
I with Mr and Mrs. Neal Goss. Lawson will attend the three day: I 1:1: \IF.tlti'. t'ol's'n .. 4 4
.
.
!: 1: ::!
:
'I't. "
;MrW B. Mundy spentVe"l. State W. M U. meeting at Day- I N4 1ii. : IS I 111-:1:II-I: : :V 4

the tona Beach Tuesday thru Thursday \jplll ..lit '.. ,... ," '.
rAN I- iH-sdav in Gainesville as I\1"! .,t. t 44
I'::! I. .u .1 I Prices
of next week. r Factory
Friday they ,
and
Steele \
.
tin\ st ?.I'11'9. T. A. know i- Ih. \1 j' 1I..WI. \ ; 4
will the New Ild, I',
:. ;Mis F, A. Moore. return for River Associational (l'i.mitx.!IIIK. oI..d iI I .. "01 I.. < 4 4
10 o'clock
MiW.. T. Jackson and sons meetingat >a,1! in:"' I x I II tI f

I'hiN "Cat ('ar..u" Ridt l >s again" -x| >nt the weekend in Willistor Mr and Mrs Owen Vaughar I ,.,-! iiul,.I >I.. i-h\, ..'. -."? SAVE MONEY AND BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS 4 4
1 right .f I ih. T.i .I
Cartoon and latest News brother-in have returned from a visit in Ra 4
with Mrs. Jackson's lull ln.'i| i't. i ni \I' uul GIFTS EACH WEEK I
leigh. N. C. as the guests of then" >, I, th' ,
and Mrs and all "
law and sister Mr. any .., ,
WIba5.ld ; ]I" "" I. I
I FER1 ant 5 h.'Kiiinini .t ,
daughter and son-in-law Mr. ,,, .
'
Frank Wea\er. the :!h irt da\ .I! \ \ 'II. i 1 '
MRS. S. L. i 4
PEEK
rN.'IpyiIln I Mrs. A. W. Anderson left Wednesday Mrs W. V. Jones Jr.Mr. Mllf 'if I1HII1". !'|1'.1.' l ,c. r t ,: .. '' .. YOU CAN USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN 4

Pa. to visit :: and Mrs. Garl Mathew; rind right ot a i'i. .,i 4
for Pittsburgh wIll lie r.I'\j i :in i \ 1 ,
and daughter MrI i had as guests during the weekend through \s tin'h i In i I' iv .. ,
Thur. Fri. Oct. 2 3 her son-in-law
-
'
#& BRASSELLE friend I State Road .\" 't., .ill lt"d.
for their son. Bruce and a .
I and Mrs. Edward Schaxxb .n.-half l ..f all |>fti ,,Vun\ n I
f'IFORRESTBARRYMORESTONEI- ; of his. Ray La Port. of the Univer t-I.oI. ...
four \\eeks. fourths of nth. ",''J SECOND WEEK SPECIALS n

Dr1 B. Herlong and his MS- city: in Gainesville and Miss Jun r's.r\.d All f'.nahU
r..t'r\.d.
okSTnR is
Tlus "Spinai \u-Mng IVijH'jr' 1s1uKIIotif1 ; "-r. :Mi'. Carrie Adams of Jacksonville I Williams of Wesconnect. Bruce an t 1 I lfM-riil( s-... |'up Ittf. \..nxSV 1 ,
\ 1 of M-:' ,
,
his the Fla-Stet
friends attended
'
(irtuon and Serial spent the weekend at I 1 of v|E'I:. ,,\ : TTTTYVT'VT TYTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYY1'TTTTTTTT + ,
of Mr son game in Gainesville Saturda'.1 I I s .: i i'I
guests :\;\\

MRS. U. A. COLSONSun. 7I and Lake Mrs.Delaney Claude as Robinson. Friends night. I'"!I"''''\. .. ',. I ,',..I..f Int. ,ir 1 III.i!.- 1 1 uI nI I.I I. :\ Doll Stroller : Extra : I.OKI.VI.I: : .I. : 3
& \
will be interestedto Mrs J. R Kite i attending th I I-' 01 I Iii : .
., Mon.-. l'pt. 2S, 29) I 'Y"::: of Dr. HE.'llong .V .1 Th.in.i- 1c:. '. s COMPACTSc
Adams will! TB Seal Sale Institute in Greer 1 E : :
\learn that Mrs. 'I'i ut. I I I-' .Id, | ( COLORFt I + :

4 I1.. VAN JOHNSON Iii -.' make her home here with him. Cove Springs at the Qui-Si-SaiH.. I:' .I-.IMIIH .. i ,, .' :\. .. +': METAL i C198 I S I 4

(dTlN U* I t'laYoyrr Dr and Mrs W. E. Middletorhad Hotel today EACH: : i :Square :

\ r- WAWS'Jumping- 4I PATRICIA N N1AI >Pi C 'ad as guests Monday Mr. anc friends ('"J I' K: Knight \.I!: I: in \ 1'1'1'11 .. i \ !+ and Hound ,' :
+trn r0r In I ir.'tilt < tinrt. ltri lttiril ( o"ntt.1'lor \ \ 4
,< t6 tr'n... Mrs. John Hodge of Palatka an< bl' glad ti' lta"i that h. ipioxing .- .m;J | .da: III I huit-r \ 'LADIES"t U\LY \ 4

LOUIS C !HRN[ trim Mis Mae Jones of Jacksonville' t tuili.A: "'._ !11."; :.l.t--: .I'I : M: PIECE : \ : 4.4

I |i Miss' Emilene KIly' of Gainesville his h >liit heft : I'TOHTH)()( E : : 4

o mwoMi. retix* J cItS & DNft BlACKMR[ f ::el.1I.4) daJ J J1. I was Saturday guest of her 1 (,HT IJOXEI 4 4

AMJ "I>og Trouble Cartoon and mother, Mrs Enoch Kelly. HORSE KIT I NYLON \ 4
4
Reddish and MEN'S :
R L. TIES
Lat t t N t'\U "F vd the Kitt)" Cartoom 1 }I r. and Mrs. NEW I I 4
andLoretta
4
Keith. Mrs. Anne Kelly

IF n>.U FIND \orirx.vMK CONCEALED: i.v Tim NLANDINCIDK1VE son Kelly and Hutley Clark 1 ( ; .4d
Ma- ) t-ath; xdrhfl : .
: IN OK FLORIDA TIIEATKK ADS CUT: AD Ol"Txn PRE visited St. Augustine Beach $1.98 HAIR BRUSH 4

SEVT IT TO BOX OFFICE FOR FREE TICKETS tine Studio and Manneland. Sun HULDV ELGIN & SWISS : \ .. 1 '\I lO\il I I 9C .

day. .... I"- \I 4 1I
F.ffie John had as Sunday .
Mrs 1 --
\
BLANDING DRIVEIN 1' putsther1 two brothers and H I I : 11.111 \ HI.KANIMALS : : FJEC.: ; I.I! :; ;: :

p Carter of Maxville. M. D. Car .1 ONLY

tt'1',1' Lake Worth and her sister WATCti 1: I f : \ Kiddie's Purse : 4 4

Dedicated<< To : \ It'.. \re Mrs Carrie Smith of Bushnell .. I ,

Community THEATRE111 Butter Mi and Mrs Colson Smith of I, : : \\ JlII.E: 7 ;\ \ \D IlfLL FOLDS : ..4

Service A MARTIN THEATRE Than Ker: Jaiksonville. and Mrs. Henry Carter \LSO \ ( 'OTTO' : : 4 4
IHK:
-One Mile East of Starke on New Iflanding llighxxay of MaxvilleMr i STl FFEI) 98C ;: : : 4

I and Mrs. Maxie Carter and GOOD USED WATCHES : : L\( 'H : I 11 1 i only 98c \ 4

BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:351'.11.: SHOW STARTS 7:15; P.M. Mate Jr. were dinner puest'f H ,, \ :

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OPEN EVERY NIGHT KAiX OR SHINE :Mi, ,. Carter's brother Capt C .. \ 4
Jack- i i FIESTATEA I ) 4
and family m 1 BLAUE
Starling ,
B *
4
.. ) _nnvrllt: Thursday of last week. WITH THE SAME Gl'AKA\TEE ASEW ,p. \ : Firm Grip \ BOY SCO I 'TKNIFE 4

FRIDAY ANDSATURDAY ColuQ3lHututs ;Mr and Mrs. C. D. McKay oft WATCHES 1 SET *
-t
"!1:' i' ivere weekend guests of j Long Handle I j

t. -.a Mrs J F. Jaudon. -
Richard Ray and SO'1f" o sz tszzssSEE .I : e Stiff Nylon + :
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Sept.t 26 27 1\\$) .. :t'K.And\. ,'f Tuesday Jacksonville with her spent parent Mon- US FOR A BARGAIN IN THESE '/ ''( $1.98 : Bristles : Ollly J 98'; :.4j

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ALSO \1.[ .1-.t Mrs. J. S. Sapp. USED WATCHESWILLIAMS AAAAAAAAAAALLUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLAAAAALLAAAAAALLALLAA AAALLAAAAA oil

EnS MiDelbert Crews is spending; !

CAR OF RAN .! .- u ok with relatives in Alaba =-:::-;saszsz.::=:::.::--::. \It '

it SUPS i Mind Mr.<. V W StncklaV. I J A C K SON V III E A L AY's'


TOMORROWCartoon CtpR nt Saturday night with her IocN4UT
-; ': : JEWELRY >.

: 'c'ts Dr. and Mrs. Calvin
LiL1Aa6SMALL PtX, n .LALLAIIAAALLIAAAALLAAAIAAAAiU11LL1ALLAAALLAAAAILLAAIAAAAAll
H 'I:': )Ir. Strickland was recent RATE7 E
sI"ICEORCE MC TCOMR' Calf STORti1
's : harged! from the Army anti .____ m.

i i h.:'t'\ A.ill make their home at Da lal1.; C' \LLT.:\ STMIKE

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H rAGE SIX 1 1Fnm.

BRADFORD rinTTVTVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYyYYYYYYYYTYTYYYYYYYYYYi : \' TELEGRAPH, STARK" FLORIDA .


.', Finally had it fixed: trouble wa!'I! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj, r fdencr and address is: Ellerscn VJr- Dated .\Y. SEPTEMBER: 26, 1952OTtCE : 1

Clogged fuel line between fue1'I l pinia.. this 13 day cf September
I OTICE
FARMER'S pump and carburetor. j You are hereby notified ( .\ .. In CircuIt Court TO, Bradford.rrr.n I In > TO APPEAR
SEAL CountT Clrru-t
HEILBRONN1By suit for Divorce has been' ) A J. Thomas. Florida; In Cknnrrrr. Court. Ilradford Cou.tyJ'
S S against you In the above Clerk of the Circuit Court, Gwendolyn Florida; In Cfcanrery.
ed I.l: 1.ln L Ciusby, Deputy Osbourne Shuman. I Oeorge 11. Paur. Plaintiff. _
I Court and cause and i't.rkS Plaintiff \ M!
The short ,
D I ARY row of cukes we haw: quir -d to serve a copy of you' li! 4t 10 lrtOIICK fendant. vs. Loradic Shuman De- garet Agnes Saur, Defendant.,
)
is coming along fine. We think: :Marian XormaniTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTT swer or pleading to the | Casey. ,)
i I Plaint > TO APPI\H Case !I :\"fOtlf'1! To Appear.
No.
on
that the answer is the the Plaintiffs I Circuit ('..urt. >: ...lce To Appear. 9359 i T.Margarl't .,
manure ,
Ilradford S.i
By Sam j LI..yd Pass, :3C2: Clark CountT. J Agnes i- \\
McGarrey "
T. !
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. I original in the office of the I Fischer, Plaintiff vs and address is: Alabama Street, Uiucola: Long U..r < =.N "
The author will be glad to re'f'1"e ing. Eggers and Court Fischer, Defendant. Hoarding House. 6th Street I York.
on or before Augusta
the 20 I -
family of Jacksonville visiting I Case Xo.: 9.i5 Ga | You) are hereby notif !
( Items of Interest concerning were October, 1952; otherwise the tiee To : : .i
j suit
111'4'nr. for
: the activities of farmers In 4 I We had a fine row of greer relatives in this community takt gations>!) as of confessed said Complaint To: Clara Fischer, whose! resi- suit You for are Divorce hereby and notified that a I I Du..rce,
over the weekend. by you. j I and address is: c'nknown. maiden restoration of has Let n filed against ".
: Bradford j I
This name >
I has
County. Suggestions may beans ( I notice snail be been filed
and also shorter ; are against abn\t
rows of hereby notified you in ti.ii".td( c't and ,
once each week that a the above Ll '" !
be left at the Telegraph office or4 wax beans and one of bush Kentucky :Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Adkins and I 1 i five weeks in the for Bradford four for divor.-e has been filed cause and you are named required Court and you a-e r. 11 in nd t'l st-r\ <> .L. : :
: mailed to Sara family T-Iplrrlph !' you in the above a copy of to serve your an-\\ r..r! pleading '
named
i
McGaney were weekend your
Lawtey
I guests of Mr answer or
Wonders and pleading .
.
) but due to the : Dated this IS day of I cause and you are requir- to the complaint i-i>/1 '\ Il I n the I I' l. '
I wet weather the stems of and :Mrs. Arthur Adkins in Lake 1952.; j j: to 1'1'1'a copy of your answer Attorney! T. Frank on the Plaintiffs .\'tll"\, i T Frank !L. I .
the I pleadincr to the complaint Starke. Landrun, St.uK. F: " YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY'fYYYYYY fTTYTTYTTYTTYTTTTTTTTTTTT plants were attacked by a fuzzy I City. |I I OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. i Plaintiffs Attorney, Zach 0"H. al In the Florida office, and file the origi-i- !land fill' tin ..: .c i' .1 l in Iii ,
P. T. j Clerk of the Circuit ( i iI I 505;; Lynch Building Jack- ('Ircuit of the Clerk of the | th.- '1' I k f the Circuit t', .
Because the weevils were eating insects (both numbers and vaiie- white growth and many of the A.ll'l'ting: j I Py :Marian L t.r"t.r.. I'eputv ( I ', Florida, and file the day of r"ur' '.n ,.r l.efre the 13: or b. f..r" tlI '.'

the little field corn we had managed ., ties) in our lives before. We han I plants died. From what we read I The Heilbronn P. T. A. met I j i 19 4t ., in the office of the Clerk a egati.Ortoher..,",.> ..f ,.tl 195,1 l :;c.-mpliiint otherwise! the ,I! 6 day of O, tober. If-! ; ,
,
'
Thursday I Circuit Court on or be taken will .rh'I\\I'i tin .!> gati"'.- '
to raise we decided to it done a great deal more dusting I:j there was nothing we could dc night in the school audi- t !?\OTICF 111 1'1'r.\R ''' 13 day of October, 1952; :!: h..tort'f' a" o.-nfossed by you. C'linpl.tint: i \\ ::1 i i :taken aed "
get This
about it. torium. Mrs. Ancel Norman 'In Circuit Court llradrorii .. I the allegations n"Ii'a shall be bv ,'11.
j of >
j
than j said
Com- published
j .
we ever did in the nil.- ,
out of the past and I I Plnrlda: In Chnnrrry. I will be ? h H.k flir Th' .' ",..!!
field and into taken f"ur I"" bi- 1'1\
a shed president as confessed 'OflMe
I I still the insects seem to thrive S SHave I pre.-ided over the meet i!j James!: Cary Ilott. Plaintiff vs. by IVit i TrK 1 < .i" th"t |rldford on. .' ..d. '\ k 1 for four ,','n-< -i\iwe \ .
11-//
where we could treat it and stop I But Alice has managed to j a poor stand of both carr' I ing. Due to bad weather there lUele-i Mot!. Defendant I j notice shall be published I: < ks m the Bradford Coun'\ '!l" -
con I '
Case
some of the loss. With the help of' trol the insects on the field pea iota and spinach and guess we'll I I were only a few members present j I i, Votlce To Appear.To. No. ;,I ach In the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tel.. 1"-J'""' : : v -11 .IL' >' ,.r 3"Ptember//' era Dated ph. this 3 day cf Sepfm! -r,

Truby Griffis I Plans for Mary Helen Hott, whose us;.
we broke three transplant what the Hallowe'en (
Carnival
rows -: OFFICIALin
we have
I and we now have a small croy and then I jdence and address is: Ellerson I this 9 day of ,, A, J. Thomas i j (OFFICIAL !'>F.ALA .1 T'IClerk .
at a time in the following I replant. Think were turned over to the ginia. September. !i. i I" 't t the Circuit .
manner: which is almost entirely free from that we were a lit comj : f'r :JI"I Court I of the Ch.-irt, "'

Sam rode the tractor (pulling a i worms. i i tie early on planting spinach asi j I 1 mittee, who will meet at a later I You are r.eret.y notified I .\ !SEAL.' ) A. J. Thorn//i I. M V Deputy 9,1:4tl' :: >'l.-k) j I I :} ,.U I. 'rll.by, \\I..9,4!i' ,' ,
suit for Divorce has been' \" Clerk fa i I.
cart) next to an unbroken row and I i we did get a good -land but date. I i aatnst : L .. I.I
.
lost I Ii yoU in the nKnv- *- .._ f Crosby, Deputy Clerk ... - .- .. .
broke the ears as he rode along, Our Irish ;lit. j At the close of the business !I Court and cause and you are 9,12 4t1"1' .. -. --.. .- --- 1'F'--=- --- -,.'-,,-)
potatoes have been ; qulrfd to serve a copy of -
your
and truby broke the next twc meeting refreshments were served swer I tOTICK TO
very slow in coming and this I I or pleading to the API'i\U I
up .
rows. Slow work (and not The in the school Jon I the Plaintiffs Attorney, I Court, llrndfonl ( ..iantr
a double cafeteria.
very row of okra
has which ..
necessitated a lot of extra j jr.a.=.-, H02 Clark P.uildinp .- ; In t'l-imcrr"
feasible plan' if we had had a work. When we hoed them about I I I we transplanted looks good (except 1 I Granny Carmichael has gone tc ville, Florida and file the :Mahr., Plaintiff vs. AViil---,] WE\ INVITE YOU

good stand of corn) but we did for insects I | in the office of the Clerk of Defendant. Case X II ':411 i I I
I
trouble
) and Tampa to spend .
j I 110 days ago there were more skip I we : sometime with her E'irt nit Court on or before To Appenr.
,"
get over the 7-acre field in about than plants and hoeing I are getting a few blooms. If all son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and I Ii day of 01'1 0 I..r. 1952; otherwise i I : \\ IllIam R. Maher. \xl.. "r' I

10 hours. Noticed in breaking then I slow as the 'weeds hid was the very tiny I' goes wellve! should be cutting" I,i I Mrs. Freeman Crosbv. j;|t! allegations taken. iis i-fnfesst-d of aid Complaint by you. \\' ".- Srd" and Avenue address at is 161st: cy.Stre.. :M t. / TO PATRONIZE

>rn that the Dixie 18 had best okra from it l in t New York OR OUR
a
I sprouts coming up. So..e pulled i! short time now '** This notice shall be : 470 East
I Birthday PartyStephen :: Street, Dronxew
protection against weevils the i I once each week<< for four York.
I, the weeds by hand and hoed th i[ Wayne Cowart was the weeks In the Bradford County i I' are hereby notified that a
Golden Dent next best, and the;'plants [ Although cultivated i graph. i fori
which were Now our row honored guest of j ) '
a birthday
up. \
we' party I .i ( custody of minor ch.ld MODERMA77MAT
N. C. 27 least. Got about 65 of and Dated l this H day of S(> I ,
have just completed doing the lot j greens early often grass I given by his mother, Mrs. Johnnie 1952.: PPit, alimony and ot h. i i -

bushels from the field, which i ia is again and this time we have a got going in and it was neccessary Cowart in celebration of his :l OFFICIAL !PEAL' ) A. J. ,I I,I, been filed against you in 'I! I I

low yield, but we had sold some fairly good stand. Dusted the !}i to pull it by hand. That is a job i ii fourth birthday. Thirteen guests.I TVM.u: a-i Clerk, L of('r. the-i.x ,Circuit iMmtv (Cl'Ii, i I i'' named Court and cau.' .. 1:11

as roasting ears and had been i that I required to serve a '.r ,
takes |I'>
plants with DDT but it rained J really time. 1 were present to help Stephen cele1j !? 19 4t ( ) answer or' pleading to ; ',.. MEAT CURING
feeding our stock for Eeveral i ,
within a few brate. Games | on the Plaintiff's!
hours
so we'll have I were enjoyed and .
moiths. j We I > fin: 10 IPPIMH I Neal D. Evar.. .1 ,
-y to dust again. But the plants have dug another mes of sweet ; refreshments were served. Many : In Clrrnil Court, llnulforil C(> : Law Exchange Build.:ig,

t S the deepest green color we have I potatoes to eat and were verydisappointed I' lovely I gifts were presented tc j I Plnrlilni In Chnn.-rrr. I Florida, : and
Anyhow, we got the corn out of to j William 1 t. Hope, Plaintiff. I file the original in the r ff c. .
'I ever seen and it looks as if IOC ; find some weevil? Stephen. I Katherine R. Hope. Defendant.' | Clerk of the Circuit l"I'<' I : :
,the field and into the brooder I in them. Not many but it looks Case Xo. before the
lbs. of fertilizer 570 i a?

house where we promptly treate! I, answer ,3 per i4JJ| ft. is the i iI | if we'll have lots more. Going tc I Recent Birth Volter To: Katherine Topnenr.R. Hope, i I I 3 day" the of October allegations, 1952(:..faid! I COLD STORAGE
E EPLANT
it with Pyrenone a seea protec. j I I S i learn how to try to control them. : I I j residence and address is: J \ \\ ill be taken a-- <. <
11'I'I
J Tnesllee.! ; by you
tant which I ig supposed to decrease I ., .
We plan to plant both oats and 't.o Mr. and .Mrs. W. F. Bell of You are hereby. notified that I notice shall ne puiiii) -hxi I
the Damage tram weevils. Cost t; The sweet:; p Ulfl( vines which ] I suit for each week for four consccit'c '.
I rye this Fall for winter grazing Maxville am.ou.u-e. ::ie birth of ason. Divorcehas in the Bradford County T i. -
of treatment was only $2 and it we set to make plants for next been filed against you in I 'I
I
wouldn't take weevils long to eat for our few cows so wo tut Under year are alive. but that is about FianklinVayne Bell, or I j I above named Court and, cause !i I his 11 day of Septf 111. I. I
Sept. 20 in Doctor's Clinic Hospi- you are required to serve a
that much. As we have beer. the sedge grass' nod: lightly ar I i all. Think we'll have to weed them I! tal. I your answer or pleading to copy j SEAL) A. J. Thomas. I

gathering a little corn at a time the and dust with DDT. Guess it'f' i complaint on the I'laintWf'sAttorney !, j I Clerk of the Circuit Court
first step. It ,
was .
I.. < ,
overgrown I Stephen P. Smith, ,i mrosby, Deputy "-,1 1
for feeding it is much easier now with quite tall weeds and I just as Charlie Shuford says: "You ; AOTIFK: OF S \J.EJ I 1110 Graham Building, 9/12 41 1" To Serve
it harj I Xotice is Ready You
hereby given that underan yule Florida I
to get it out of the brooder house. I need one man to plant and anoth J
been our experience that i : is better execution issued April :29! 1932: and file the original in the NOTICIJ. TO U'I''n ,
it er to follow him up and dust". out of the Circuit Court of rtrad- of the Clerk of the Circuit I ( unrt, Kradford Count?, '

to cut tall weeds down and 'S. County Florida in favor of Florida on or before the ', : In Chniicerj. October 1 1st
All ready now to set out our I J'.ank at Starke a banking corporation 20 day of October, 1952!; F.. Thompson, Plaintiff. -
let them die before attempting tc Our first of broccoli and W. otherwise the :Mane Thompson. Defendant
berry plants, and hoping that we planting against K. Bowling allegations of !' I'I "
cut land individually lI Complaint will be Case No :-:.!<
the ;
thoroughly. Anyhow i a' trading as Powling taKen as -
will get a break from the weather, I was a failure. so we planted again Auto Sales. Iian' levied upon and fessed by you. : To .\ "".ar.

so that the plants will live. Be I we will cut the field again very !land, this time we have a good will sell at public outcry to the 'I This notice shall 'e !! J : Hose! Marie Thompson, \\ hi', SUGAR CURE & SMOKE HOUSE
and highest and best bidder for once each week fur four and address" is: iv.2:
shortly, then cut it again and ca (
fore we bedded up we put out 500 I ; stand. Have to baby these seed :I at the South front door of h'l weeks in the Bradford County 49th Avenue, Omaha, X. lii .i'-

Jbs. of 4J715! fertilizer (containing make wide beds. !: lings along as we want to set them County Courthouse in Starke \(. graph FACILITIES AVAILABLE

We have the best stand of beet j i da, on October. 6th 195!, during the Dat d this J& day (.f are Hereby notified that a
Chlordane) in the rows where we | out in the field as soon as possible I legal hours of sale the following 1952. i 1

were going to bed up. Then we that we have ever had, and it I S S '' described motor vemcle' to-wit: I OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. I I \ and custody and ('.n-

looks to us as if the reason is that i ,'I One 1!.:51 >, -tn'nrd PU-kup Clerk of the Circuit I .. of minor child to d>-f. ,,,il-
boarded off the beds and Likewise second of
were our planting Truck, Motor Number FIK-1NR. I By Marian L Crosby, Deputy (' .

ready to set plants. We are going we put some hydrated lime on the I squash is coming along fine. Instead 153:; 4::. I 9/19 4t 10 ,.. filed against you in the/ -

to watch three beds closely for in bed and raked it in before plant. i of messing with the p D. nnnnisir.Sheriff | named Court and cause and]
I poor ..( Bradford MITICK IIF APPMCATION I required to serve a copy' ..f
County,
these three beds we put chicken ing. Hope we can keep them stand we had from old seed, we Florida. j TIF.i: : ) answer or pleading to the),
I
growing fast. i !9 I':5; :3t House 11111 '0. 1Sli2:: on the Plaintiff's H. A. LAWSON
manure and we are anxious to see got some fresh seed, replanted and j 10/31| Notice is ht'rt'L'I., that John J. Crews" Jr.
S S In The In''jo. liar I n.JI, the holder of the Florida
what effect it will have. We plan now we have a good stand. Can'ttell Count.luilce'v Court,
: .\tiit Fur lowing ertificates has filed the original in the off .
Butch the red steer which I I Ilrnilforil Count i
to cricket bait after we -maybe we're ) .
put out right learning some certificates
1.'I..rid li. In rrolinte. for a tax deed to be I Clerk of the Circuit Couu n

we set our plants so that the have raised to eat, is being fed thing after all. IX ):lThe: Kstate of trover C. I sued thereon. The certificate the

daily now, and to do it i IMumer, also known as J. C hers and years of issuance, the I day of October f 1952: ; MARKET .t S/J
I we plan S .
will be controlled. .
"puppy dogs" I 1.'lun1f'r. deceased. I I scription of, the property, and / ... Ih. :allegations, "f > '
S for the next 60 days' or so. We I Latest project which we are trying I liIII: UF 1'noiivii: I names in wnicn is was assessea will be tak ii'- -

I feed him about 4 lbs. of whole TO All Person!' Interested In The I as follows: by you.
The small cabbage bed that we to get started is to get some [ Kstate: of Said erendent: |, Certificate Xo. 1. Year of notice shall be publi V, >l

have raised has many skips, so we I, corn, two qts. of citrus pulp (on ; You are hereby notified that a 1948. I ,' week for four conu COLD STORAGE
1 pine trees cut for fence posts. We written instrument Description of Property: All ,,, in the Bradford Countv
the of Morrison's "Feeds purporting to
set some to fill the blank spots say-so & be the last will and testament of portion of NE><, of KB"" N or E I j i .

and hope to Ijfive some early cab- Feeding." which told of trials ir. 'have quite a schedule lined up said decedent has been admitted to acres.River in 81'('. 15, T 1 S n. 19 K.,1's d this 11 day "f"I't.' nl.. r, \Vashinf-ton St. Near Railroad Starke. Fla.There's .

bage. Although we have cultivated Texas where beef cattle were fattened :I I I for we want the fence posts ready i -rel.y probate commanded in this court. You are '| Name in which assessed: I' !SEAL, ) A.1 .1"1.... '
within sis calendar
and dusted this bed of cabbage using citrus pulp as 20 per II in time to fence the sedgegrasffield months from the date of the- j known. 'I j Clerk of th- I ci! "u t JIr -rF
I ( If more than 1... Cio tn !I.
first! publication" of one certificate. I !t' -
cent of the this notice ;
seedlings often it is in ration) and a handful to ,|, low above ,
poor order for .
where each
: we're going to plant; appear in this court and show, addlt. J I Ii
shape now, due to insect damage. of cottonseed meal. We hope I, cause if any you can, why the I i certificate.)
al'-I
by feeding Butch to add some fat some winter grazing. Going to get tion of this court In admitting !' I' County All (.f of said property being in ''I -
Bradford, Statt of
II will to probate should not stand Floflc1a.
We have to his flesh as we want it marbled the posts cut let them dry and' revok d. un- .
so
never seen many | ,
Unless
with fat. Makes us hungryto then treat them ourselves with 1C. K. Ferryman, County Judge. |' ficates shall such be certificate redeemed or ( "
i 9. 12 itotliiiii
i 4t 10/3
think of steak. |j Penta-Chlorophenol. If we can to law the property described
; such certificate"
S S S i ;.NOTICI3 or certificates !
TUXEDO once get the program started, we.I Notice To Whom It May Concern: be" sold to the highest bidder at
Little Knothead the runt pig. i is i I This is to certify that all whom court house door on the first Monday

gaining weight rapidly, showing:I plan to make it a continuing pro- may have claims against: the estate in month of November )95 I
FEED STORE of Mrs. Mamie Griffis, or Sirs. which if, the 3 day of \ I like giving folks
the effects of eating more reg- cess, as fence posts are something Enoch Griffis. deceased, of Lawtey, 1952. !
( i
Keystone Heights i ularly. As a typical runt she used! I Ito "we ajn' got". i iI I ith Florida.- County are to Judge file their of claims Uradfenl with 1952.Dated<< this; 17 day of Septembei j

eat about two mouthsful and I I S 'ounty, Florida under .oath within OFFICIAL SEAL) A .T Thomas. I ,

FEED then quit but now she dives in Very eager to plant EngliJhpt'3S eight calendar months from the Clerk of Circuit Court ..f ,. '
first County, Florida. ? 19 4t
publication of this notice, / what
FERTILIZERSEED like a regular hog. eat More she good'eatrnow ;' in right field this Fall. Last; the limitations.claim will be barred by statutesof or In Circuit Court-, liriii'.fnril (. i they want

the sooner we some Spring we planted a ofi :i riorl.lji
.. PLANTS couple I This Sept. 12th, 1952. In ( hnncrrT.
sausage. rows of them and as an experiment Signed: Mr--. Jessie M. \Vuot' n. Mary (I Fiigatt. Plaintiff.; \ .- 1.1'11I'1 .
H : -
'i K. A. Fugate. I 'ef' ridani
we put a bag of fertilizer tc' Griffis I IIVail i Case Xo '. :
I (;. Heii
H. V. JOHNSON Our station wagon was drivingus the row. and although we planted i as Administrators., j (Inter Appear of Publication nnd .Notice, $

PROPRIETOR crazy as the only way it would them very late we got a pretty 9/12 4t 10.3oritr 'I State of Florida tr I K.iin.. .1 j H

with the choke out upate, wncse result n. ,'
go at all was good yield. Under more favorable : To Al'PHAH "'
.4 I dress; isr.. o n.FII".I :' I" .
circumstances we think that we In Circuit (Court IIrn ll..r I Kloriilfti In Chopper. I .
Yon ,
au riord t.
i can do even better. We Lorraine j 11"
are more Ford. Plaintiff, vs.! Wil Octf-ner 20, t'. n th." .
liam
and more convinced as we farm Fold, Defendant Court and .ii.-> w of.
Case No .9349! :! I seeks!' divo .. -
< i mincontrol
daily. that you need a lot or fertilizer Noilre Toi>"en*. .,
To < f I' i ( hl1"i I
NOTICE to make a good crop. d. : William Ford whose resi-1 i I'olintv T/! \ : ,h'I ; I '
-nce and addres.s
I'liknown.. .
S SNow Orl101 l IN I. v' f. .r wWitti.
suit You for are hereby notified that a ,. -p. .. '. 'oil .0..1 '

that we have our corn out Divorce ''at S'-ir: ) 1 1":1.1.: i 1.IT. -
:. HO! ?
of right field we plan to cut it up has above been filed against you in the H'H.IFFI'.1.! '> !r.) S :

as soon as possible. We will cut named Court and cause and :\- < -rk iHv '
Our Meat you are required to serve a copy of I :M..: tn I I. tr' .r.i .
Curing Room \Vill Be Open under every bit of corn stover your answer. or pleading to the'complaint 'Cha'- P. lit .-" :f'\ '

trash grass weeds etc., and let i on the Plaintiff's i I 11|I Hnildmjr. .lac'K.-.iiv .
Attoiney. T. Frank Landrum Att .- for 1'lf
To Take Care Of Your Meat In The them decay for a while. Then wc and Starke file Florida. > ,

I i will !bed the field up and plant it..,. the clerk! the of original the Circuit in the Court office of I In rirrnir:>OTU'PTO tl'IMll
,
Same Efficient Manner By The Same in bitter blue lupine, so as to build i'kibcfnre, the on : In Tonrt.('ban.'er Itrntlfiint.. i iiirlorI.sa '
6 day of October, 1952:! i
the soil for a better crop of field I otherwise the ; 'i jTheliiia Rol.l"n H.,-
allegations (,f said' tiff. \"c Il-.l.. rt Afison. .
Men corn next year. Hope to got the .mplaint will be takn as confess- I Defendant.
Competent As For The Past "d by: you.This I .
l lupine planted as early as possible notice shall
n* p'lMlshcd .N'' so that it gets a chance tcget once each week for tour consecutive / ToRobert Albert -
Five Years On weks In the Bradford .
County .
growing before we get some gT'ph. Tel- wh." residence an.l !d.! .
South McQueen Strcft F
frost and freezes. Dated this 3 day of September
!Synth ('jrlin4.'soil .
US%. t1
i are he' .! n. '
I latei| thi.K day of August 1!'52::?. i 'uit for Dv; t.-
I : There are a (OFFiCIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas .
I great many head- against yc i ,ie .1
OCTOBER Clerk of the Circuit Court. :
1ST
i aches and troubles encountered ,II P.y :Mai-i.m; 1... 'Crosby, iiennty Clerk: quired court ant t" .. cr.pSl ar-'l' \ x" I1j;

'. .
9.5 4t 9/26 IIWI',; c. t'. '
I m tarming and even more for a: 1..nth.I! \t. .

il couple like us who tackled the i In Circuit.MMICi i : TO API'IMK Doug' hi I : -' t
Court, H .
rail ford ..,.
SUGAR CURE j l life fresh and ignorant from the '' Klnrfilili In Ch.tnerrv {"Dh'f. ''' IKr: I '!d! t I IiI i-
'
Beatri.-e ; in th. f' tti.
[ j{ i r\ ,;}. Plaintiff Hori i
I city) and in fact it sometime vs. Cir. uit I or i I. /a"
ace Ralph Kt-r\n; Defendant. i .
'seems that day .f Octo1 j I evenhour. of everyday Cafe Xo. 9375 of d. .. .

Ii brings new troubles and con \otlre To: Horace To \ppear. ,I be: taken as!' con f-d! i i
Ralph K.-r\in.
And SALT CURE erns. But one great satisfaction 'residence' a-id address ,,.: t'nknown.whose !: This notice shall I < ) If __ --i"\
You (once each week for fr'"r; '
to us is to eat our meals out on suit for are hereby notified that a','weeks In the Bradford '.' '
,
: our kitchen porch and watch our Divorce, custody and control of', 1'1 j graph. \
i minor child Dated this IT day > J
: animals grazing. There is con i: i itentment has been filed against J1952.OFFICIAL! : /
you in the
and quiet pleasure in above named Court and I ( SEAL> A T ': -
J cause and ..:. I
Clerk nf th. < I : '
.
you I I I if
3c l looking at the scene. The green of : ]your Ire answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of i! P'!)' Marian L Crosby I I"'.. I", I ;: ..... '

the grfl-'s the colors 'complaint
Per Lb. deep of the I on the Plaintiff' ,I!
-
woods, the slow movements of the Attorney. Zach H Douglas, 503: i I
Lynch Building, Jacksonville, J NOTICE TO i-rrtn '
cows, the sounds of evening. al! Florida, In Circuit Court. Ilr.idford ( onnM.rinrittni /
and file the original '. '... .. f
act as a balm after in the office! of i ( .n..r,
a day uf hard 1 .
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 'William E Turner Pla-1"] ,.. "' .,
work. ,, or before theO : Mary (' Turner, Defendant: .'" -( ,

I day of October, 1952! : CaX.. '.". '. .- .... .
Your Business Appreciated otherwise the allegation of said I \<,'lre Tn \npenr.To i i'M' -

Chlnplaint111 > e taken as confessd -- Mary C. Turner whose rt"dence -.- -
WANTED TO BUY ,1 I by you. and address I is: 65 Central '

This notice shall t.j published 11 I Park Avenue, Yonkers, New York. ft
once_ each week for four consecutive i You are hereby notified that a Coke by the face
weeks In th'e Bradford County Telei I I suit for Divorce has been filed
PULPWOODTIMBER i gnph 9&Inst you In the above named

Dated thi 17 day of September, Court and cause and you are assures plenty on hand
1952.lUFFIClAt! .
i I quired to serve a copy o? your re-I
?" EAL) A. J Thomas. i!Iswer or nipa/iine to the
Clerk c.f the Circuit Court "n the Plaintiff'B Attorney, Zach II. !
Starke
Ice Co. Py :Marian L <><,>st>y. Deputy Clerk Douglas 505 Lynch Building. JacksonvilW $ 00 makes hospitality; to ca-y.: .

CONTACT I 919 4t 1010OTICE () Fla. and file the original Bottle I Case !--
in the office of the Clerk of the
:> TO APPK4R 1 Circuit .
Court on or before the :26
Plus Deposit Al '
In Circuit o.r cIr
(Court llradford
a Coantjr day of October 1952; otherwise the
PHONE:! STARKE, FLA. C. R. Klnrldni In (Ch..n..r. ,
WhiteheadI allegations of said Complaint will
I Laura T. Kelley Plaintiff >i. TVesly be taken as confessed by you. OTTIID UNDER AUTHOIITV Of THE COCA.COLA COMPANY IT

A. Kellty, Defendant. I' This notice shall be
published
,UWUbWWWUW I Lawtey, Fla. I % .. Case No. 93SO Intlc J once each week for four coniecn- STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

I. I To: Wesley Tnp"r"r.A, Kelley, 'whotc real- I tire Telegraph.r-eis in the Bradford County 1 I: "* o ,. .,.,.* trad.-". \ 1952. THE COCVCOU"l" CO A'Nl't


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